Commercially Acquired Tattoos As a Potentially Important Source of Hepatitis C Infection . Robert W. Haley, M.D. University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center R. Paul Fischer, M.D. Presbyterian Hospitals and Dallas Spine Group Dallas, Texas. Journal Reference. Haley RW, Fischer RP
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Robert W. Haley, M.D.
University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center
R. Paul Fischer, M.D.
Presbyterian Hospitals and Dallas Spine Group
*33 patients reported acupuncture, 10 electrolysis, 53 bone graft.
From Geissler et al. Hepatology 1997; 26: 764-770.
Pessione et al. Hepatology 1998;27:1717-22.
Schiff. Hepatology 1997; 26 (Suppl): 39S-42S.
*Addition risk factors adjusted for in the logistic regression model include: having worked in a hospital, number of sexual partners in peak year, and amount of alcohol consumed. Numbers are adjusted odds ratio with 95% confidence interval.