Figure 1: a: H & E sections demonstrate dark, granular tattoo pigment in the dermis (red arrow, 400X). b, c and d: Note positive IHC staining with HAM56 antibody (red/brown staining; blue arrows at 400, 200 and 100x, respectively). e: IHC CD68 staining near upper and intermediate dermal blood vessels (brown staining; red arrows, 40x). f: IHC CD68 staining near blood vessels around dermal pilosebaceous units (brown staining; red arrows, 100x). g: IHC HAM56 positive staining on histiocytic foreign body type giant cells (brown staining; red arrow) (400X and 100X, respectively). h: Positive stain using CD68 (red arrow, brown stain). i: H & E staining again shows deposits of tattoo materials, concentrated around the blood vessels (red arrows, 100x).