treponematosis


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trep·o·ne·ma·to·sis

 (trĕp′ə-nē′mə-tō′sĭs)
n. pl. trep·o·ne·ma·to·ses (-sēz)
An infection or disease caused by a treponema.

treponematosis

(ˌtrɛpəˌniːməˈtəʊsɪs)
n
(Pathology) a disease or infection caused by a treponeme
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Isotopic tracing of the impact of mobility on infectious disease: The origin of people with treponematosis buried in Hull, England, in the late medieval period.
Treponematosis is a sexually transmitted infectious disease of rabbits.
Asimismo, en comparacion con el periodo Arcaico, a contar del Formativo en los Valles Occidentales se advertiria una disminucion de las expresiones de treponematosis (Standen y Arriaza 2000), de nodulos de Schmorl (Henriquez y Arriaza 2013) y de la intensidad del desgaste oclusal (Alfonso et al.
El-Najjar MY Human treponematosis and tuberculosis: evidence from the New World.
FK Biotecnologia, de Porto Alegre, por su parte, esta desarrollando plataformas de pruebas de diagnostico para la enfermedad de Chagas, el dengue, la leptospirosis y la sifilis, y test para la esquistosomiasis y la treponematosis.
There are some significant pathological lesions present that are indicative of treponematosis.
They also describe fungal infections, treponematosis, tumors, premortem and postmortem fractures, and muscle attachments, as well as give the structure of the completed human skeleton.
Weaver, "Pre-Columbian Treponematosis in Coastal North Carolina" 155-63; even more crucial, perhaps, for the "trauma" theory advanced by Lawrence about the cumulative effect of syphilis on the collective psyche of a country, culture, and community, Ubelaker and Verano emphasize that "disease epidemics led not only to population decline but also to major changes in social structure," in the "Conclusion," of Disease and Demography in the Americas (281).
Parece que en algunas comunidades del Vaupes hasta bien entrado el presente siglo XX se contagio deliberadamente de una persona enferma a otra sana la treponematosis del Carate o Pinta, a traves de azotainas (Biocca E ,1945).
We have examined two specific pathologies, anemia and treponematosis, as an indicator of health, diet and mortality in this small population.