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po·rot·ic

(pō-rot'ik),
Porous, as in osteoporotic.
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The causes of porotic hyperostosis and criba orbitaria: A reappraisal of the Iron deficiency anemia Hypothesis.
Andrushko, "The causes of porotic hyperostosis and cribra orbitalia: a reappraisal of the iron-deficiency-anemia hypothesis," American Journal of Physical Anthropology, vol.
The GX did not significantly influence porotic Ar or endocortical OS/BS (Table 3).
The causes of porotic hyperostosis and cribra orbita-lia: a reappraisal of the iron-deficiency-anemia hypothesis.
Another interesting finding in the thickened periosteum of one case (Case 2) was the presence of porotic bone containing fat.
Angel's findings that sicklemia, thalassemia and favism (the G6PD deficiency) may protect a population to some extent against malaria, and their presence may be an indicator of the endemicity of malaria; but he does not find that the incidence of cases of porotic hyperostosis in skeletal remains is significant enough statistically to justify Angel's conclusion that malaria was virtually absent from the eastern Mediterranean region in the classical period (p.
There is very little evidence of porotic hyperostosis or cribra orbitalia.
The fact that the proportional difference between BMD in moose with normal skulls and porotic skulls is much greater in females than males suggests that males are close to minimum levels.
There is evidence of porotic hyperostosis (porous skull) on the frontal and parietal bones of three individuals, one of which showed signs of recovery.