cribra

crib·ra

(krib'ră),
Plural of cribrum.
Farlex Partner Medical Dictionary © Farlex 2012

crib·ra

(krib'ră)
Plural of cribrum.
Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing © Farlex 2012
References in periodicals archive ?
En las poblaciones bajo estudio se han registrado altos niveles de estres metabolico evidenciado por hipoplasias de esmalte dental, hiperostosisis porotica y cribra orbitalia (Giannotti 2016; Mansegosa 2015, 2016; Mansegosa y Chiavazza 2010).
MEGACOPTA CRIBRA RIA POPULATION DYNAMICS AT THE OCONEE RIVER GREENWAY, MLLEDGEVILLE.
The overconsumption of maize in American pre-Hispanic populations has been traditionally linked to the presence of iron deficiency anemia, which, in turn, was linked to the appearance of porotic lesions in the skull (i.e., porotic hyperostosis) and the orbits (i.e., cribra orbitalia) [72].
Declining health between the Early and Late periods among Santa Batbara Channel populations is further suggested by increased rates of skeletal indicators of disease and stress, such as periosteal lesions, cribra orbita-lia, and tooth enamel hypoplasias (Lambert 1993, 1994, 2004; Walker 1986, 1993; Walker and Erlandson 1986).
These include enamel hypoplasia (defective tooth development), porotic hyperostosis (anaemic response), orbital cribra (malnutrition), caries and other oral pathology, arthritis, trauma and infection; all dealt with to a greater or lesser degree.
This could include topics such as the types of stresses and diseases experienced by Aboriginal people, the manner in which pathologies such as cribra orbitalia or dental enamel hypoplasias manifested themselves between different regions of the Murray, and completely unrelated topics such as non-metric analysis.
Spines, central strutted processes and cribra are absent.