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  • Histomorphological study on hypocellularity in mastoid processes from archaeological human skeletons. [Journal Article]
  • IJInt J Paleopathol 2019 Jun 07; 26:27-36
  • Flohr S, Hartmann AK, … Kierdorf U
  • CONCLUSIONS: Using histomorphology, in vivo processes resulting in different types of mastoid hypocellularity can be assessed, even in bones that have undergone some degree of diagenesis.The study provides methods to evaluate the etiology of histomorphological changes of the mastoid process, which potentially provides insight into the presence of infection and inflammation in past populations.Diagenetic modifications of archaeological bone can hinder assessment of histomorphological change, requiring careful evaluation during analysis.
  • An innovative method to visualise mastoiditis using a hand-held X-ray system. [Journal Article]
  • IJInt J Paleopathol 2019 Jun 05; 26:22-26
  • Purchase SL, Bazaliiskii VI, Lieverse AR
  • CONCLUSIONS: This method was found to be an effective, convenient, and versatile non-destructive alternative to sectioning and traditional radiographic imaging.This is the first project to adapt a hand-held X-ray system for imaging and diagnosis of mastoiditis and this approach encourages future analyses of this infection.The cost of the imaging system is limiting and there are few comparative images taken in the same plane.
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