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paleopathology

 [pa″le-o-pah-thol´ŏ-je]
study of disease in bodies that have been preserved from ancient times.

pa·le·o·pa·thol·o·gy

(pā'lē-ō-pa-thol'ŏ-jē),
The science of disease in prehistoric times as revealed in bones, mummies, and archaeologic artifacts.
[paleo- + pathology]

paleopathology

/pa·leo·pa·thol·o·gy/ (-pah-thol´ah-je) study of disease in bodies which have been preserved from ancient times.

paleopathology

[-pathol′əjē]
the science of disease in ancient eras based on the condition of remains of mummies, skeletons, and other archeological findings.

pa·le·o·pa·thol·o·gy

(pā'lē-ō-pă-thol'ŏ-jē)
The science of disease in prehistoric times as revealed in bones, mummies, and archaeologic artifacts.

paleopathology

study of disease in bodies that have been preserved from ancient times.
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The International Journal of Paleopathology will publish original and significant articles on human and animal (including hominids) disease.
when a session devoted entirely to paleopathology drew a standing-room-only crowd.
Differential diagnosis of holes in the calvarium: application of modern clinical data to paleopathology.
Death as an act of creation: exploring meaning and symbolism through paleopathology at Huaca Norte, Peru.
Our study shows a completely new aspect of molecular paleopathology.
Irish Section News of the Paleopathology Association No.
Identification of insects associated with Peruvian mummy bundles by using scanning electron microscopy, Paleopathology Newsletter 39: 5-9.
Paleopathology at Inamgaon: a post-Harappan agrarian village in western India, Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society 130: 289-311.
Head lice from an Aleutian mummy, Paleopathology Newsletter 25: 7-8.
Human biology in the Classic Maya collapse: Evidence from paleopathology and paleodiet, Journal of World Prehistory 10: 147-98.
Anthropology and paleopathology of human remains from Catignano (Pescara, Italy), Rivista di Antropologia 72:197-224