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Blue Lymph Nodes Traced to Tattoos

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I was talking with a friend last week, he's considerably inked on his back, arms and part of his chest. He had to have one of his lymph nodes removed under his arm recently, he had some auto-immune thing going on. The pathology came back okay, except that it was noticeably blue in color. Check the link below, apparently this is fairly common, wonder what color my lymph nodes are?

Tattoo Pigment Mimicking Axillary Lymph Node Calcifications on Mammography

The link was in relation to a mammography (tits ok with me...) but lymph nodes are lymph nodes.

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