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July 1970

Persistent Dye Staining of the Skin

Author Affiliations

Rochester, NY

From the Department of Medicine (Dermatology), University of Rochester School of Medicine and Dentistry, and Strong Memorial Hospital (Dr. Buckley) and the Eastman Kodak Company (Drs. Buckley and West), Rochester, NY.

Arch Dermatol. 1970;102(1):71-77. doi:10.1001/archderm.1970.04000070073011
Abstract

Persistent dye staining of the skin rarely occurs in industry. When it does occur it presents three distinct problems. First, the mechanism of the staining must be studied to obtain some idea of the strength of the bonding or adherence of the dye to its substrate. Second, the anatomy and physiology of the substrate (the skin) must be considered. Third, the method of removal of the dye stain is important in order to keep skin damage to the minimum.

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