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La paléopathologie de l'ostéomalacie : deux cas originaux provenant du nord de la France

Abstract : Amiens Ilot des Boucheries 2139 dating from the 4th century and Saint Amé 515 dating from the 16th -18th centuries AD are skeletons with incomplete fractures. The first one is the skeleton of a mature male, the second one is that of a 50-year-old female (TCA). We have examined the associated pathologies, focusing on the importance of light microscopy in the diagnosis of vitamin D deficiency in the second case
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V. Auslender, V. Dedryver, Nuria Villena I Mota, E. Binet, Thomas Colard, et al.. La paléopathologie de l'ostéomalacie : deux cas originaux provenant du nord de la France. Des lésions du passé aux diagnostics modernes, colloque du Groupe des paléopathologistes de Langue Française (GPLF), Apr 2009, Szeged, Hongrie. ⟨hal-02146267⟩

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