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.
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treponematosis

(ˌtrɛpəˌniːməˈtəʊsɪs)
n
(Pathology) a disease or infection caused by a treponeme
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Serological reactions with treponemal antigens in nonhuman primates and the natural history of treponematosis in man.
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.
Some other hypotheses claim that the disease already existed in Europe at the time (mutation of another treponematosis), but went unrecognized, or that syphilis was transported from the Old to the New World (2).
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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.
(39.) El-Najjar MY Human treponematosis and tuberculosis: evidence from the New World.
There are some significant pathological lesions present that are indicative of treponematosis. The geographic and cultural context of the burial leads us to suggest the most likely diagnosis is treponarid.
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.