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Published by Bournemouth University in Poole .
Written in English


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StatementSchool of Conservation Sciences, Bournemouth University.
ContributionsBournemouth University., Bournemouth University. Department of Conservation Sciences.
The Physical Object
Pagination99p. ;
Number of Pages99
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17120213M

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  "Overall this is an informative, timely, and extensive book on the recent Advances in Human Paleopathology and as such it should be added to one's repertoire of books to rely upon for explanations of how we arrived at our pres­ent state today and where our discipline can and should go in the future." (PaleoAnthropology, ). This book is an invaluable resource for all students and researchers in bioarchaeology. It has thorough and clinically informed descriptions of the pathological conditions that are common in childhood and able to be observed on skeletal remains. The book . Paleopathology is the study and application of methods and techniques for investigating diseases and related conditions from skeletal and soft tissue International Journal of Paleopathology (IJPP) will publish original and significant articles on human and animal (including hominids) disease, based upon the study of physical remains, including osseous, dental, and preserved soft. The basic information of a book includes author (s), the title of the book, and the publication information. Last, First M. Book Title. Publisher, Year Published. Include the same information as a regular book. Add as much as the original publication information as possible. After citing the original publication information, add the electronic 4/5(27).

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