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Donald J. Ortner

Ortner, Donald J. 1966. A recent occurrence of an African type tooth mutilation in Florida. American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 25(2): 177-180.

Ortner, Donald J.. 1967. A Comparative Analysis of the Patron Saint Fiesta Complex in Middle America and the Philippines. Syracuse University

Ortner, Donald J. 1968. Description and classification of degenerative bone changes in the distal joint surfaces of the humerus. American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 28(2): 139-155.

Bass, William M. and Ortner, Donald J. 1971. A Case of Forgery of Indian Artifacts Worked Human Bone Tools from Kansas. Kansas Anthropological Association Newsletter, 16: 1-4.

Ortner, Donald J. and von Endt, David W. 1971. Microscopic and electron microprobe characterization of the sclerotic lamellae in human osteons. Israel journal of medical sciences, 7(3): 480-2.

Ortner, Donald J. 1972. Earlier Gain and Later Loss of Cortical Bone - Garn,sm. American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 36(2): 304-305.

Ortner, Donald J., Von Endt, David W. and Robinson, Mary S. 1972. The Effect of temperature on protein decay in bone: its significance in nitrogen dating of archeological specimens. American Antiquity, 37: 514-520.

Ortner, D. J., von Endt, D. W. and Robinson, Mark S. 1972. The effect of temperature on protein decay in bone: its significance in nitrogen dating of archaeological specimens. American Antiquity, 37: 514-520.

Ortner, Donald J. and von Endt, David W. 1973. Electron Probe Microanalysis of the Primary Spongiosa in Human Foetal Bone. In: Czitober, H. and Eschberger, J., Calcified Tissue Proceedings. Baden, Austria: Facta-Publication, pp.19-22.

Ortner, Donald J. 1975. Aging Effects on Osteon Remodeling. Calcified tissue research, 18(1): 27-36.

Ortner, Donald J. and Yong, D. 1975. Precision Microdissection Procedure for Undecalcified Bone Thin-Sections. Calcified Tissue Research, 17(2): 169-172.

Ortner, Donald J.. 1975. The effects of aging and disease on the micro- morphology of human compact bone. Lawrence, Kansas: Department of Anthropology, University of Kansas

Ortner, Donald J. and Monahan, Marguerite 1975. The Paleopathology Program at the Smithsonian Institution. Paleopathology Newsletter, 10: 7-8.

Ortner, Donald J. and Corruccini, R. S. 1976. Skeletal Biology of Virginia Indians. American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 45(3): 717-722.

Ortner, Donald J. 1976. Paleopathology Program at Smithsonian-Institution - Purposes and Present Status. Bulletin of the New York Academy of Medicine, 52(10): 1197-1206.

Ortner, Donald J. 1977. Microscopic and molecular biology of human compact bone: An anthropological perspective. Yearbook of Physical Anthropology, 20: 35-44.

Ortner, Donald J. 1977. International-Conference on Bone-Mineral Measurement - Mazess,rb. American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 47(3): 496

Hassan, A. A. and Ortner, Donald J. 1977. Inclusions in bone material as a source of error in radiocarbon dating. Archaeometry, 19(2): 131-135.

Ortner, Donald J. 1978. Culture Change in Bronze Age. Smithsonian, : 82-87.

Richman, E. A. and Ortner, Donald J. 1978. Intracortical Bone Remodeling in Three Aboriginal American Populations: Possible Dietary Factors in Differences. American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 48: 429

Richman, E. A., Ortner, Donald J. and Schulterellis, F. P. 1979. Differences in Intra-Cortical Bone Remodeling in 3 Aboriginal American Populations - Possible Dietary Factors. Calcified tissue international, 28(3): 209-214.

Ortner, Donald J. 1979. Disease and Mortality in the Early Bronze-Age People of Bab-Edh-Dhra, Jordan. American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 51(4): 589-597.

Elnajjar, M. Y., Benitez, J., Fry, G., Lynn, G. E., Ortner, Donald J., Reyman, T. A. and Small, P. A. 1980. Autopsies on 2 Native-American Mummies. American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 53(2): 197-202.

Streitz, J. M., Aufderheide, A. C., Elnajjar, M. and Ortner, Donald J. 1981. A 1,500-Year-Old Bladder Stone. Journal of Urology, 126(4): 452-453.

Ortner, Donald J. and Utermohle, C. J. 1981. Polyarticular Inflammatory Arthritis in a Pre-Columbian Skeleton from Kodiak Island, Alaska, Usa. American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 56(1): 23-31.

Ortner, Donald J. and Putschar, W. G. J. 1981. Archaeo-parasitology in North America. Am J Phys Anthropol, 82: 145-163.

Ortner, Donald J. 1981. A Preliminary Report on the Human Remains from the Bab edh-Dhra Cemetery. Annual of the American Schools of Oriental Research, 46: 119-132.

Ortner, Donald J. and Hunter, S. 1981. Hematogenous Osteomyelitis in a Pre-columbian Child's Skeleton from Maryland. MASCA Journal, 1: 236-238.

Ortner, Donald J. 1981. Bone tumors in archaeological human skeletons. Neoplasms—Comparative Pathology of Growth in Animals, Plants, and Man, : 733-738.

Frohlich, Bruno and Ortner, Donald J. 1982. Excavations of the Early Bronze Age Ceme- tery at Bâb edh-Dhrâ?, Jordan, 1981: A Pre- liminary Report. Annual of the Department of Antiquities of Jordan, : 249-67.

Putschar, W. G. J. and Ortner, Donald J. 1982. Zur Palaeopathologie der Skelett-Missbildungen und-Dysplasien. Verhandlungen der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Pathologie, 66: 147-150.

Vonendt, D. W. and Ortner, Donald J. 1982. Amino-Acid-Analysis of Bone from a Possible Case of Prehistoric Iron-Deficiency Anemia from the American Southwest. American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 59(4): 377-385.

Ortner, Donald J. 1982. The Skeletal Biology of an Early Bronze IB Charnel House at Bab edh-Dhra, Jordan. In: Hadidi, Adnan, Studies in the History and Archaeology of Jordan I. Amman, Jordan: Department of Antiquities, Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan, pp.93-95.

Frohlich, Bruno and Ortner, Donald J. 1982. Excavations of the Early Bronze Age Cemetery at Bab Edh-Dhra, Jordan, 1981. A Preliminary Report. Annual of the Department of Antiquities, 26: 249-267.

Ortner, Donald J. 1983. Biocultural Interaction in Human Adaptation. In: Ortner, Donald J., How Humans Adapt: A Biocultural Odyssey. Washington, D.C.: Smithsonian Institution Press, pp.127-145.

Ortner, Donald J. 1983. Case Report No. 1. Paleopathology Newsletter, 42: 10

Ortner, Donald J.. 1983. How humans adapt : a biocultural odyssey. Washington, D.C.: Smithsonian Institution Press. (Smithsonian international symposia series; ) 560 pages.

von Endt, David W. and Ortner, Donald J. 1984. Experimental Effects of Bone Size and Temperature on Bone Diogenesis. Journal of Archaeological Science, II: 247-253.

Ortner, Donald J. 1984. Bone Lesions in a Probable Case of Scurvy from Matlatavik, Alaska. MASCA, 3(3): 79-81.

Owsley, Douglas W., Ortner, Donald J. and Mires, A. M. 1985. Case Report No. 4. Paleopathology Newsletter, 49: 7-8.

Ortner, Donald J. 1985. Possible Mycotic Infection in Three Archeological Cases from Alaska. In: Papers on Paleopathology., pp.9-10.

Ortner, Donald J. and Putschar, Walter G. J. 1985. Identification of pathological conditions in human skeletal remains. Smithsonian Contributions to Anthropology, 28: 1-488.

Elnajjar, M., Aufderheide, A. C. and Ortner, Donald J. 1985. Preserved Human Remains from the Southern Region of the North-American Continent - Report of Autopsy Findings. Human pathology, 16(3): 273-276.

Thillaud, P. L. and Ortner, Donald J. 1985. Les maîtres de la Paléopathologie: Sir Marc Armand Ruffer, Calvin Wells, Aidan Cockburn in Les maladies de nos ancêtres. Dossiers Histoire et Archéologie anc Dossiers (Les) de l'Archéologie Dijon, 97: 82-85.

Ortner, Donald J. 1987. Archaeological Evidence of Polyarticular Inflammatory Arthritides in North America. In: Apperboom, Thierry, Art, History and Antiquity of Rheumatic Diseases. Brussels: Elsevier Librico, pp.92-96.

Ortner, Donald J. 1988. Case Histories (Erosive Arthropathy). In: Dieppe, P., The Antiquity of the Erosive Arthropathies, Conference Proceedings No. 5., pp.48-49.

Ortner, Donald J. 1988. Skeletal Evidence of Pre-Columbian Treponemal Disease in North America. In: Bellard, F. G. and Sanchez, J. A., VI European Meeting of the Paleopathology Association, Proceedings 1986. Madrid: Universidad Complutense de Madrid, pp.203-220.

Ortner, Donald J. 1988. Metabolic and Endocrine Disorders in Human Skeletal Paleopathology. In: Bellard, F. G. and Sanchez, J. A., VI European Meeting of the Paleopathology Association, Proceedings 1986. Madrid: Universidad Complutense de Madrid, pp.17-24.

Ortner, Donald J. and Kelley, J.,O. 1988. J. Lawrence Angel (1915–1986). American Anthropologist, 90(1): 145-148.

Ortner, Donald J. and Krakker, James J. 1988. Case Report No. 10. Paleopathology Newsletter, 61: 8-9.

Frohlich, Bruno, Ortner, Donald J. and Al-Khalifa, Haya 1989. Human Disease in the Ancient Middle East. Dilmon: Journal of the Bahrain Historical and Archaeological Society, 14: 61-73.

Ortner, Donald J. and Aufderheide, Arthur C.. 1991. Human paleopathology : current syntheses and future options. Washington, D.C.: Smithsonian Institution Press. 311 pages.

Ortner, Donald J. 1991. Theoretical and methodological issues in paleopathology. Human Paleopathology: Current Syntheses and Future Options, : 5-11.

Ortner, Donald J., Manchester, K. and Lee, F. 1991. Metastatic carcinoma in a leper skeleton from a Medieval cemetery in Chichester England. International Journal of Osteoarchaeology, 1(2): 91-98.

Ortner, Donald J. and Aufderheide, A. C. (eds.). 1991. Human paleopathology : current syntheses and future options. Smithsonian Institution Press.

Ortner, Donald J. 1992. Bone Growth and Paleopathology. Bone: Bone growth, 7: 159-178.

Ortner, Donald J. and Livingstone, F. B. 1992. Livingstone's' alternative hypothesis'. Paleopathology newsletter, 79: 5-6.

Ortner, Donald J., Tuross, Noreen C. and Stix, A. I. 1992. New Approaches to the Study of Disease in Archaeological New-World Populations. Human Biology, 64(3): 337-360.

Ortner, Donald J. and Theobald, G. 1993. Diseases in the pre-Roman world. In: Kiple, K. F., The Cambridge World History of Human Disease. New York: Cambridge University Press, pp.247-261.

Ortner, Donald J. and Bush, H. 1993. Destructive lesions of the spine in a 17th century child's skeleton from Abingdon, Oxfordshire. Journal of Paleopathology, 5: 143-152.

Ortner, Donald J. 1994. Scientific policy and public interest: Perspectives on the Larsen Bay repatriation case. In: Bray, T. L. and Killion, T. W., Reckoning with the Dead: The Larsen Bay Repatriation and the Smithsonian Institute. Washington, D.C.: Smithsonian Institution Press, pp.10-4.

Ortner, Donald J. 1994. Descriptive methodology in paleopathology. In: Skeletal biology in the Great Plains. Washington, DC: Smithsonian Institution Press, pp.73-80.

Miller, E., Ragsdale, B.,D. and Ortner, Donald J. 1996. Accuracy in dry bone diagnosis: a comment on palaeopathological methods. International Journal of Osteoarchaeology, 6(3): 221-229.

Ortner, Donald J. and Connell, B. 1996. Case Report No. 19: Early inflammatory change in leprosy affecting the rhinomaxillary region. Paleopathology Newsletter, 96: 8-11.

Ortner, Donald J. and Ericksen, M.,F. 1997. Bone changes in the human skull probably resulting from scurvy in infancy and childhood. International Journal of Osteoarchaeology, 7(3): 212-220.

Ortner, Donald J. and Ribas, C. 1997. Bone Changes in a Human skull from the Early Bronze site of Bab edh-Dhra, Jordan, Probably resulting from scalping. Journal of Paleopathology, 9(3): 137-142.

Dequeker, J., Ortner, Donald J., Stix, A. I., Cheng, X. G., Brys, P. and Boonen, S. 1997. Hip fracture and osteoporosis in a XIIth dynasty female skeleton from Lisht, upper Egypt. Journal of Bone and Mineral Research, 12(6): 881-888.

Barnes, E. and Ortner, Donald J. 1997. Multifocal eosinophilic granuloma with a possible trepanation in a fourteenth century Greek young skeleton. International Journal of Osteoarchaeology, 7(5): 542-547.

Ortner, Donald J. 1998. Male-female immune reactivity and its implications for interpreting evidence in human skeletal paleopathology. Sex and gender in paleopathological perspective, : 79-92.

Ortner, Donald J. 1998. Male-female immunce reactivity and its implications for interpreting evidence in human skeletal paleopathology. In: Exploring the Dirfferences: Sex and Gender in Paleopathological Perspective. United Kingdom: University Press, pp.79-92.

Ortner, Donald J. 1998. T. Dale Stewart (1901 1997): Anthropologist, Administrator, Educator, Gentleman. American Anthropologist, 100(4): 990-994.

Ortner, Donald J. 1998. T. Dale Stewart (1901-1997): Anthropologist, Administrator, Educator, Gentleman. American Anthropologist, 100(4): 990-994.

Ortner, Donald J. and Mays, S. 1998. Dry bone manifestations of rickets in infancy and early childhood. International Journal of Osteoarchaeology, 8(1): 45-55.

Ortner, Donald J. and Theobald, G. 1999. Diseases in the pre-Roman world. In: Kiple, K. F., The Cambridge World History of Human Disease. Cambridge University Press, pp.247-261.

Ortner, Donald J. 1999. Paleopathology: implications for the history and evolution of tuberculosis. In: Tuberculosis: Past and Present. Tuberculosis Foundation; Hungary: Golden Book Publisher Ltd, pp.255-261.

Ortner, Donald J., Kimmerle, E. and Diez, M. 1999. Skeletal evidence of scurvy in archeological skeletal samples from Peru. Am J Phys Anthropol, 108: 321-331.

Ortner, Donald J., Kimmerle, E. H. and Diez, M. 1999. Probable evidence of scurvy in subadults from archeological sites in Peru. American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 108(3): 321-331.

Ortner, Donald J. 1999. Review of:Bioarchaeology Interpreting Behavior from the Human Skeleton. The Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute Incorporating Man, 5: 106-107.

Ortner, Donald J. 1999. Scurvy: Its skeletal manifestations and prevalence in North and South American skeletal samples. American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 28: 216

Frohlich, Bruno and Ortner, Donald J. 2000. Social and demographic implications of subadult inhumations in the Ancient Near East. The Archaeology of Jordan and Beyond: Essays in Honor of James A.Sauer, : 122-131.

Ortner, Donald J., Butler, W., Cafarella, J. and Milligan, L. 2001. Evidence of probable scurvy in subadults from archeological sites in North America. American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 114(4): 343-351.

Rashidi, J. S., Ortner, Donald J., Frohlich, Bruno and Jonsdottir, B. 2001. Brucellosis in early Bronze Age Jordan and Bahrain: an analysis of possible cases of Brucella spondylitis. Americna Journal of Physical Anthropology, 114: 122

Ortner, Donald J. 2001. Human palaeobiology: disease ecology. In: Brothwell, D. R. and Pollard, M. A., Handbook of archaeological sciences.–John Wiley & Sons, Ltd., London. London: John Wiley & Sons, pp.225-235.

Ortner, Donald J. 2002. Observations on the pathogenesis of skeletal disease in leprosy. In: Roberts, C., Lewis, M. and Manchester, K., British Archaeological Reports., pp.73-77.-73–77..

Ortner, Donald J. and Turner-Walker, G. 2003. The biology of skeletal tissues. In: Identification of Pathological Conditions in Human Skeletal Remains. Academic Press, pp.11-35.

Ortner, Donald J. 2003. Background data in paleopathology. In: Ortner, Donald J., Identification of Pathological Conditions in Human Skeletal Remains. Academic Press, pp.37-44.

Ortner, Donald J. 2003. Methods used in the analysis of skeletal lesions. In: Identification of Pathological Conditions in Human Skeletal Remains. San Diego: Academic Press, pp.45-55.

Ortner, Donald J.. 2003. Identification of Pathological Conditions in Human Skeletal Remains.

Ortner, Donald J.. 2003. Identification of Pathological Conditions in Human Skeletal Remains, 2nd. ed. Academic Press.

Jonsdottir, B., Ortner, Donald J. and Frohlich, Bruno 2003. Probable destructive meningioma in an archeological adult male skull from Alaska. American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 122(3): 232-239.

Ortner, Donald J. 2004. The bioarchaeology of tuberculosis: A global view on a reemerging disease. Journal of Human Evolution, 46(5): 643-645.

Ortner, Donald J. 2005. The life and death of smallpox. American Journal of Human Biology, 17(3): 386-387.

Ortner, Donald J. 2005. Introduction. In: Mann, R. W. and Hunt, David R., Photographic Regional Atlas of Bone Disease, 2nd Edition. Charles C. Thomas, pp.vii-vix.

Ortner, Donald J. 2005. Foreword. In: Powell, M. L. and Cook, D. C., The Myth of Syphilis. University Press of Florida, pp.xix-xxx.

Ortner, Donald J. and Hotz, G. 2005. Skeletal manifestations of hypothyroidism from Switzerland. American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 127(1): 1-6.

Ortner, Donald J. 2006. Foreword. In: Buikstra, Jane E. and Beck, L. A., Bioarchaeology: The Contextual Analysis of Human Remains. Elsevier, pp.xiii-xixv.

Ortner, Donald J. 2006. Infectious disease and human evolution. In: Geller, Elizabeth, McGraw-Hill Yearbook of Science & Technology 2006. McGraw-Hill, pp.160-163.

Ortner, Donald J. and Powell, M. L. 2006. Paleopathology. In: Handbook of North American Indians., pp.661-678.

Ortner, Donald J., Garofalo, E. M. and Zuckerman, M. K. 2007. The EB IA Burials of Bab Edh-Dhra, Jordan: Bioarchaeological Evidence of Metabolic Disease. In: Faerman, M., Horwitz, L. K., Kahana, T. and Zilberman, U., Faces from the Past: Papers in Honor of Patrica Smith. BAR International Series 1603, Archaeopress, pp.181-194.

Ortner, Donald J., Garofalo, E. M. and Zuckerman, M. K. 2007. The Ebia burials of Bab Edh-Dhra, Jordan. In: Faces from the past: diachronic patterns in the biology of human populations from the eastern Mediterranean: papers in honour of Patricia Smith. British Archaeological Reports, pp.181-181.

Ortner, Donald J. 2007. Chapter 10. Differential Diagnosis of Skeletal Lesions in Infectious Disease. In: Advances in Human Palaeopathology., pp.191-191.

Ortner, Donald J. and Frohlich, Bruno 2007. The EB IA tombs and burials of Bab edh-Dhra, Jordan: A bioarchaeological perspective on the people. International Journal of Osteoarchaeology, 17(4): 358-368.

Ortner, Donald J. and Frohlich, Bruno. 2008. The Early Bronze Age I Tombs and Burials of Bâb edh-Dhrâ?, Jordan. Lanham, Maryland, USA: AltaMira Press.

Mimnaugh, S., Ullinger, J., Ortner, Donald J. and Sheridan, S. G. 2008. Up a hill, down a mountain: change in ankle joint stability at Early Bronze Age Bab edh-Dhra', Jordan. American Journal of Physical Anthropology, : 156

Ortner, Donald J. 2008. Foreword. In: Chhem, R. K. and Brothwell, D. R., PaleoRadiology. Berlin: Springer, pp.vii-viii.

Ortner, Donald J. 2008. Foreword. In: Brickley, Megan and Ives, Rachel, The Bioarchaeology of Metabolic Bone Disease. Amsterdam: Academic Press, pp.xiii-xvi.

Ortner, Donald J. 2008. Skeletal manifestations of leprosy. In: Magilton, J., Lee, F. and Boylston, A., Lepers Outside the Gate. York, UK: Council for British Archaeology, pp.198-207.

Ortner, Donald J. 2008. Differential diagnosis of skeletal lesions in infectious disease. In: Pinhasi, R. and Mays, S., Advances in Human Palaeopathology. Chichester, England: John Wiley & Sons Ltd, pp.191-215.

Ortner, Donald J. and Schutkowski, H. 2008. Ecology, Culture and disease in past human populations. In: Schutkowski, H., Between Biology and Culture. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp.105-128.

Ortner, Donald J. 2008. Evidence of acute infectious disease in human skeletal paleopathology. In: Signoli, M., Cheve, D., Adalian, P., Boetsch, G. and Doutour, O., Peste: entre pidemies et socits, Plague: epidemics and societies. Firenze, Italy: Fierenze University Press, pp.103-109.

Ortner, Donald J. 2009. Aleš Hrdlicka and the founding of the AJPA: 1918. In: Little, Michael A. and Kennedy, Kenneth A. R., Histories of American Physical Anthropology in the Twentieth Century. Lanham, Maryland: Lexington Books, pp.87-104.

Ortner, Donald J. 2009. Issues in paleopathology and possible strategies for dealing with them. Anthropologischer Anzeiger, 67(4): 323-340.

Ortner, Donald J. 2009. Review of:Human remains in archaeology: a handbook. International Journal of Osteoarchaeology, 19(6): 751-752.

Ortner, Donald J. 2010. Foreword. In: Bourbou, Chryssi, Health and Disease in Byzantine Crete (7th-12th centuries AD). Surrey: Ashgate, pp.xvii-xx.

Ortner, Donald J. and Frohlich, Bruno 2011. The EB IA People of Bab edh-Dhra, Jordan. In: Chesson, Meredith S., Daily Life, Materiality, and Complexity in Early Urban Communities of the Southern Levant. Winona Lake, Indiana: Eisenbrauns, pp.101-116.

Rosenberg, Andrew E., Ortner, Donald J. and Ragsdale, Bruce D. 2011. Walter G. J. Putschar (1904-1987). In: Louis, David N. and Young, Robert H., Keen Minds to Explore the Dark Continents of Disease. Boston: Massachusetts General Hospital and Harvard Medical School, pp.154-161.

Ortner, Donald J. 2011. Human skeletal paleopathology. International Journal of Paleopathology, 1: 4-11.

Ortner, Donald J. 2011. What skeletons tell us. The story of human paleopathology. Virchows Archiv, 459(3): 247-254.

Boel, L. W. T. and Ortner, Donald J. 2011. Skeletal Manifestations of Skin Ulcer in the Lower Leg. International Journal of Osteoarchaeology, :

Kallal, R. J., Godfrey, S. J. and Ortner, Donald J. 2011. Bone reactions on a pliocene cetacean rib indicate short-term survival of predation event. International Journal of Osteoarchaeology, 22(3): 253-260.

Brown, Matthew and Ortner, Donald J. 2011. Childhood scurvy in a medieval burial from Mačvanska Mitrovica, Serbia. International Journal of Osteoarchaeology, 21(2): 197-207.

Marden, K. and Ortner, Donald J. 2011. A case of treponematosis from Pre-Columbian Chaco Canyon, New Mexico. International Journal of Osteoarchaeology, 21(1): 19-31.

Ortner, Donald J., Ponce, Paola, Ogden, Alan and Buckberry, Jo 2012. Multicentric osteosarcoma associated with DISH, in a 19th century burial from England. International Journal of Osteoarchaeology, 22(2): 245-252.

Ortner, Donald J. 2012. Differential diagnosis and issues in disease classification. In: Grauer, Anne L., A Companion to Paleopathology. Chichester, UK: Wiley-Blackwell, pp.250-267.

Klaus, Haagen D. and Ortner, Donald J. 2014. Treponemal infection in Peru's Early Colonial period: A case of complex lesion patterning and unusual funerary treatment. International Journal of Paleopathology, 4: 25-36.

Zuckerman, Molly K., Garofalo, Evan M., Frohlich, Bruno and Ortner, Donald J. 2014. Anemia or scurvy: A pilot study on differential diagnosis of porous and hyperostotic lesions using differential cranial vault thickness in subadult humans. International Journal of Paleopathology, 5: 27-33.

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