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Chapter 10

Tattoo Complications

Brittney DeClerk, MD, Matthieu DeClerk, MD, and Matt Delaney, MD
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Tattoos have become more and more common over the past decade. Besides regret, there are other cutaneous complications that clinicians should be aware of. Having a broad differential beyond simple bacterial infections can assist in making decisions on appropriate treatment and prompt referral to specialists when indicated.

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