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CEMETERY|SITECODE|PERIOD|LU_INT|E_DATE|L_DATE|CONTEXT|SEX|AGE|PATH_GROUP|DISEASE| PATHOLOGY|COMMENTS|PBR Post-Medieval-St. Benet sherehog|ONE94|42|OA201|1670|1853|12|FEMALE|ADULT 36-45 YEARS|Other|Blood Disorders|Cribra orbitalia left|0 (No cribra present)| Post-Medieval-St. Benet sherehog|ONE94|42|OA201|1670|1853|12|FEMALE|ADULT 36-45 YEARS|Other|Blood Disorders|Cribra orbitalia right|0 (No cribra present)| Post-Medieval-St. Benet sherehog|ONE94|42|OA201|1670|1853|12|FEMALE|ADULT 36-45 YEARS|Other|Miscellaneous|Dental|T43 HAS A ROUNDED WEAR FACET. THE WEAR IS UNIFORM AND MAY BE THE RESULT OF PIPE SMOKING. UNFORTUNATELY THE CORRESPONDING MAXILLARY TEETH ARE MISSING.| Post-Medieval-St. Benet sherehog|ONE94|42|OA201|1670|1853|13|FEMALE?|ADULT >46 YEARS|Other|General comments|General pathology comments|ENTHESOPATHIES:-1.CLAVICLES PECTORALIS MAJOR & DELTOID.2.R.HUMERUS COMMON FLEXOR & EXTENSION ORIGIN.3.L.HUMERUS DELTOID.4.PELVES ILIAC CREST EXTERNAL OBLIQUE,ISCHIAL TUBEROSITIES ADDUCTOR MAGNUS.5.FEMORA GREATER TROCHANTER GLUTEUS MINIMUS & MEDIUS.LESSER TROCHANTER PSOAS MAJOR & ILIACUS.POSTERIOR SURFACE PROX 1/3 GLUTEUS MAXIMUS.6.R.PATELLA RECTUS FEMORIS.7.R.TIBIA SOLEUS.8.R IST MET HEAD. L.SCAPULA ON THE ACROMIAL PROCESS A SMALL FLATTENED BONY PROJECTION IN THE AREA OF THE ATTACHMENT FOR CONOID LIGAMENT MAKING UP PART OF THE CORACOCLAVICULAR LIGAMENT.?A MUSCULATURE INJURY.CARPALS LIPPED."| Post-Medieval-St. Benet sherehog|ONE94|42|OA201|1670|1853|13|FEMALE?|ADULT >46 YEARS|Joints|Other|Other (Joints - Miscellaneous)|Left and right carpal bones, Grade1 osteophytic lipping, DJD.| Post-Medieval-St. Benet sherehog|ONE94|42|OA201|1670|1853|13|FEMALE?|ADULT >46 YEARS|Trauma|Accidental|Soft tissue trauma (ossified haematoma/myostitis ossificans)|POSSIBLE SOFT TISSUE TRAUMA OF THE LEFT ACROMIAL JOINT OBSERVED ON THE ACROMIAL OF THE LEFT SCAPULA.LEFT SCAPULA ON THE ACROMIAL PROCESS THERE WAS A SMALL FLATTENED BONY PROJECTION IN THE AREA OF THE ATTACHMENT FOR THE CONOID LIGAMENT THAT MAKES UP PART OF THE CORACOCLAVICULAR LIGAMENT.POSSIBLE INDICATING A MUSCULATURE INJURY.| Post-Medieval-St. Benet sherehog|ONE94|42|OA201|1670|1853|13|FEMALE?|ADULT >46 YEARS|Neoplastic|Bone Tissue|Osteoma (including button osteoma)|Two small smooth raised areas of bone, button osteomas.The first one was on the mid line of the frontal bone 4.8mmx4.9mm and the second was towards the posterior aspect of the left side of the frontal bone adjacent to the left coronal suture 4.1mmx3.8mm.Some surface PM damage to the skull.| Post-Medieval-St. Benet sherehog|ONE94|42|OA201|1670|1853|13|FEMALE?|ADULT >46 YEARS|Other|Blood Disorders|Cribra orbitalia left|0 (No cribra present)| Post-Medieval-St. Benet sherehog|ONE94|42|OA201|1670|1853|13|FEMALE?|ADULT >46 YEARS|Other|Blood Disorders|Cribra orbitalia right|0 (No cribra present)| Post-Medieval-St. Benet sherehog|ONE94|42|OA201|1670|1853|14|MALE|ADULT 36-45 YEARS|Other|Blood Disorders|Cribra orbitalia left|9 (Unobservable)| Post-Medieval-St. Benet sherehog|ONE94|42|OA201|1670|1853|14|MALE|ADULT 36-45
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This note was uploaded on 02/09/2011 for the course HIS 56kl taught by Professor Branestawm during the Fall '10 term at Norwich.

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