paleopathology


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Synonyms for paleopathology

the study of disease of former times (as inferred from fossil evidence)

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The study is published in the International Journal of Paleopathology. ( ANI )
Violence in the Lower Illinois River Valley (ca AD 700-1250): An Examination of Injuries at Schild Utilizing Taphonomy, Paleopathology and Forensic Science.
Developmental defects of the axial skeleton in paleopathology. Boulder: University Press of Colorado.
This specimen is of Late Ordovician age, making it possibly the oldest example of this specific form of paleopathology as well as one of the oldest examples of swelling in a column rather than a calyx.
Based on the TCMT, dental morphology is studied from an interdisciplinary viewpoint (biology, anthropology, dentistry, paleopathology, archeology, forensic science) because teeth can be used in the estimation of biological relationships between populations.
Identification and interpretation of joint disease in paleopathology and forensic anthropology.
The results were published in the International Journal of Paleopathology.
Originating in an 1982 Conference on Paleopathology and Socioeconomic Change at the Origins of Agriculture in Pittsburgh, New York, Paleopathology at the Origins of Agriculture is a widely cited resource on bio-archaeological literature.
Rodriguez-Martin, The Cambridge Encyclopedia of Human Paleopathology, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, UK, 1998.
Preliminary Investigations of the Chelechol ra Orrak Cemetery, Republic of Palau: I, Skeletal Biology and Paleopathology. Anthropological Science 113:1-12.
Varia (Paleopathology, Physicotherapy, Medical Climatology, First-aid, Emergency Medicine, etc.)
(1989), 'Paleopathology and the Interpretation of Economic Change in Prehistory', in C.