The causes of porotic
hyperostosis and cribra orbitalia: A reappraisal of the iron-deficiency-anemia hypothesis.
hyperostosis as a manifestation of iron deficiency?
Of note, despite the increased fracture rate documented in diabetic patients in this study, a lower proportion of subjects with diabetes were receiving osteo porotic
medications, compared with the nondiabetes population, she said.
hyperostosis in a marine-dependent California Indian population.
In addition, other abnormal periosteal areas were noted, containing porotic
bone and fat (Figs.
Where malaria is endemic, there is a complex pattern of relationship between malaria, anaemia and porotic
hyperostosis, (19) and Schachermeyr (1973:563) counts leukaemia as a contributory factor in Alexander's death, though there is no evidence of a history of bleeding and bruising.
These include enamel hypoplasia (defective tooth development), porotic
hyperostosis (anaemic response), orbital cribra (malnutrition), caries and other oral pathology, arthritis, trauma and infection; all dealt with to a greater or lesser degree.
Mensforth, Robert 1991 "Paleoepidemiology of Porotic
Hyperostosis in the Libben and BT-5 Skeletal Populations", en Kirtlandia, Vol.
hyperotosis: an enquiry, Detroit, Paleopathology Association, pp.
There is very little evidence of porotic
hyperostosis or cribra orbitalia.
hyperostosis: relationship between vault and orbital lesions.
The fact that the proportional difference between BMD in moose with normal skulls and porotic
skulls is much greater in females than males suggests that males are close to minimum levels.