Tattoos produce infections 15 years after the shooting; doctors warned that a woman was admitted to the hospital to increase lymph nodes.
Thirty-two-year-old Australian was worried about having had cancer after he noticed the painful ankles.
However, when doctors in the Royal Prince Alfred Hospital in Sydney removed the tissue, they found they were harmless.
Experts have concluded that tidal reactions caused by tidal responses that were made 15 years ago and led the doctors to look for tattoos when patients suffer from lymphoma.
Physicians have known for a while that the tattoo of ink moves into the lymph nodes – this body is used to remove toxins in the body – because the nodes can move to the same ink color. But a new study shows that the effect may appear even more than a decade after the tattoo.
A new case study was published in Annals of Internal Medicine
About one-third of teenagers today have a tattoo in the UK, but recent research by the European Synchrotron Radiation Facility (ESRF) has revealed that toxic titanium dioxide nanoparticles, tattoo ink, through the body and lymph nodes can be found where they can cause problems.
“If someone wants to get a tattoo, it’s often wise to choose a salon where they use sterile needles that have not been used up until now.
“No one controls the chemical composition of the paint, but our study shows that they can be,” said Hiram Castillo, one of the authors of the study and an ESRF scientist.
There are several studies that tested the toxicity of Tattoo Ink, which may contain preservatives and impurities such as nickel, chromium, manganese or cobalt.
“We knew that pigment tattoos would travel to the lymph nodes because of visual evidence: lymph nodes are tattoo colors,” said Bernhard Hesse, one of the first two authors of the study, and called on ESRF researchers.
“This is the body responsible for deleting the tattooed reception. What we do not know is that they are nano-shaped, which means they do not have the same as micro-level particles, which is a problem: we do not know how to react nanoparticles”.