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Developmental defects of the axial skeleton in paleopathology / Ethne Barnes. p. cm. Includes bibliographical references and index. ISBN 1. Introduction. 2. The Development of Defects. 3. Developmental Field Defects of the Vertebral Column, Ribs, and Associated Parts of the Cranium. 4. Developmental Defects Of The Axial Skeleton In Paleopathology has 3 ratings and 1 review. Callie said: Perfectly executed and written. It’s hard to make.

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The author kseleton developed a morphogenetic method, a comprehensive system that can be used to describe, decipher, and classify disturbances in normal skeletal development in the study of prehistoric and contemporary populations.

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She points out that restricting research to severe defects detectable at birth which are also generally lethal eliminates the bulk of defects that are not detected at birth and which are generally not lethal ; thus developmental defects are more appropriate for study than congenital defects. ComiXology Thousands of Digital Comics. Read more Read less. Home Contact Us Help Free delivery worldwide. Withoutabox Submit to Film Festivals.

She points out that restricting research to severe defects detectable at birth which are also generally lethal eliminates the bulk of defects that are not detected at birth and which are generally not lethal ; thus developmental defects are more appropriate for study than congenital defects.