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Intraoral graphite tattoo
  1. F B Rihani1,
  2. D M Da’ameh2
  1. 1Prince Rashid Bin AL-Hassan Hospital, Royal Medical Services, Jordan
  2. 2Queen Alia Hospital, Royal Medical Services, Jordan
  1. Correspondence to:
    Dr F B Rihani
    Irbid, AL-Huson, PO Box 434, Irbid 21510, Jordan; fbrihani{at}yahoo.com

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