Paleopatología: la enfermedad no escrita

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Elsevier España, 2003 - 351 pages
 

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Contents

Imagen por resonancia magnética IRM
312
Fuentes
318
Paleopatologia en el arte
329
Patología osteoarticular
335
Patología en personajes
343
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Page 45 - STUART-MACADAM 1993 Test of the Multifactorial Aging Method Using Skeletons with Known Ages-at-Death from the Grant Collection, American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 91: 287-297.
Page 91 - Forensic application of a rapid and quantitative DNA sex test by amplification of the XY homologous gene amelogenin.
Page 74 - Schwarcz, HP 1998 Stable carbon and oxygen isotopes in human tooth enamel: identifying breastfeeding and weaning in prehistory.
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Page 92 - Identification of human remains by amplification and automated sequencing of mitochondrial DNA.
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Page 233 - Estos músculos están relacionados con la flexión y la extensión del antebrazo sobre el brazo, de la mano sobre el antebrazo y de las falanges distales sobre las más proximales.

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