Advances in Human Palaeopathology

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A basic objective of this research was to examine many types of research in paleopathology and to characterize research trend in this field. As paleopathological studies becomes more abundant, the approaches to infectious disease have been increasingly specialized and interdisciplinary from Also, methodology used in paleopathology continues to evolve through the holistic approaches of molecular analysis, radiology and histopathology.

Ultimately, this study reinforces the importance for retention of large-scale skeletal collections for paleopathological study in population perspective. In the near future, Korean paleopathology can contribute in the reconstructions of the history of disease and its effect on past human populations. Korean J Phys Anthropol. Published online March 30, Correspondence to: Sunyoung Pak. Email: suny snu. Go to:. Click for larger image Download as PowerPoint slide.

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Annu Rev Anthropol ;— Ortner DJ. Differential diagnosis of skeletal lesions in infectious disease. In: Pinhasi R, Mays S, editors. Advances in human palaeopathology. Molnar E, Palfi G. Acta Biol Szeged ;— Evolutionary, historical and political economic perspectives on health and disease. Soc Sci Med ;— The origin and antiquity of syphilis revisited: an appraisal of Old World pre-Columbian evidence for treponemal infection. Paleoepidemiological and biocultural approaches to ancient disease: the origin and antiquity of syphilis. New directions in biocultural anthropology. On the origin of leprosy.

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New evidence of tuberculosis from prehistoric Korea-Population movement and early evidence of tuberculosis in Far East Asia. Am J Phys Anthropol ;— Mays S. A perspective on human osteoarchaeology in Britain. Int J Osteoarchaeol ;— Human osteoarchaeology in the UK a bibliometric perspective. Ortner DJ, Putschar W.

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