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MCMASTERANTHROP 3PP3Megan BrickleyWinter

ANTHROP 3PP3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Gross Examination, Menopause, Solid Geometry

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There are many definitions of metabolic disease: o o o. Linked to over or under secretion of hormones; not that common in. Symptoms: pain in joints and
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MCMASTERANTHROP 3PP3Megan BrickleyWinter

ANTHROP 3PP3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Bone Cyst, Amputation, Shoulder Joint

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Stress: continued use of specific bone leads to stress. Insufficiency: bone doesn"t form enough cartilage to be stable. Fracture = partial or complete
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MCMASTERANTHROP 3PP3Megan BrickleyWinter

ANTHROP 3PP3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Syphilis, Problem Solving, Common Cold

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Jf esper (1774) diagnosed a healed fracture in a cave bear femur. Early 1800"s: first paleopathological reports on cranial deformation in aboriginal sk
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MCMASTERANTHROP 3PP3Megan BrickleyWinter

ANTHROP 3PP3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Hyperdontia, Enamel Hypoplasia, Autopsy

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For many of them there is a genetic input, but not always. Can be hereditary or acquired between fertilization and birth. Can classify as a nonmetric t
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MCMASTERANTHROP 3PP3Megan BrickleyWinter

ANTHROP 3PP3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Osteosarcoma, Meninges, Spinal Canal

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Defined as any new and abnormal growth, can be benign or malignant. We don"t have many examples because not many people look at them. Neoplasm: l. neo
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MCMASTERANTHROP 3PP3Megan BrickleyWinter

ANTHROP 3PP3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Bronze Age, Pasteurization, Penicillin

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Things we see on skeletons tend to be really chronic conditions. Things like measles we do not see on skeletons. Infectious diseases are either caused
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MCMASTERANTHROP 3PP3Megan BrickleyWinter

ANTHROP 3PP3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Epiphysis, Anterior Longitudinal Ligament, Rheumatoid Arthritis

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Age is important but not the only factor. There is a range of causes involved in joint disease. o o o o o o o. Condition of synovial joints due to inte
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MCMASTERANTHROP 3PP3Megan BrickleyWinter

ANTHROP 3PP3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Hydroxylapatite, Collagen, Central Canal

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Bones can be affected by internal, and external factors. Mineral reservoirs (eg. calcium) production of red blood cells. o o. Typically found in the en
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MCMASTERANTHROP 3PP3Megan BrickleyFall

ANTHROP 3PP3 Lecture 4: Lecture 4

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Congenital doesn"t equal genetic (usually but not always) Can be hereditary or acquired between fertilization and birth. In britain, pregnant women are
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MCMASTERANTHROP 3PP3Megan BrickleyFall

ANTHROP 3PP3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Hemoglobin, Osteoporosis, Dentin

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MCMASTERANTHROP 3PP3Megan BrickleyFall

ANTHROP 3PP3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Bone, Clavicle, Dislocated Shoulder

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Trauma: fractures, weapons injuries and other types of injuries. Any physical wound or injury: fractures, ante mortem, peri-mortem, pathological, sharp
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MCMASTERANTHROP 3PP3Megan BrickleyFall

ANTHROP 3PP3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Antigen, Pathogenic Bacteria, Spondyloarthropathy

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Fibrous fixed/rigid: sutures, syndesmoses, gomphosis (not entirely fixed) Cartilaginous limited movement: symphyses, synchondrosis. Synovial free movem
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