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12/11/10 Baculum: bone that is located in the penis or clitoris (ospenis => males, osclitoris => females) it aids in copulation; bone that non human mammals have. Os = bone At cellular level: non human bones sometimes look different, it forms a plexiform (brick pattern); as opposed to lamellar pattern (osteons) in humans; sometimes lamellar + brick pattern can also be present
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12/11/10 SYPHI LI S STD – treponimal pattern on skull Different ways to get syphilis (mother to fetus: congenital syphilis) Yaws: childhood disease in tropics and sub tropic regions; skin contact with pox leads to transmission [pervasive disease] Vit D Deficiency: bowing of bone
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12/11/10 OSTEOM ALACI A Vitamin D deficiency in adults More common in females due to pregnancy, lack of calcium, estrogen reduction House bounded individuals R lack of vitamin D [no sunlight] Females also have less bone mass; women who cover the entire length of body
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12/11/10 SCURVY Vitamin C deficiency
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This note was uploaded on 12/10/2010 for the course APY 348 taught by Professor Lisjak,r during the Fall '10 term at SUNY Buffalo.

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