Karen Rosenberg

1Pierpaolo Di Lorenzo
1Youssef Masharawi
1Claudio Buccelli
1Giuseppe Quaremba
1Janan Abbas
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  • Pierpaolo Petrone, Massimo Niola, Pierpaolo Di Lorenzo, Mariano Paternoster, Vincenzo Graziano, Giuseppe Quaremba +2 others
  • 2015
Here we describe the findings of a unique example of the early techniques adopted in neurosurgery around 5000 years ago, consisting in a double well healed skull trephination associated with a post-cranial traumatic event occurring intra vitam to a young male from the Early Chalcolithic cemetery of Pontecagnano (South Italy, ca. 4,900 - 4,500 cal BP).(More)
  • Ori Hay, Gali Dar, Janan Abbas, Dan Stein, Hila May, Youssef Masharawi +3 others
  • 2015
BACKGROUND Whether differences exist in male and female lumbar lordosis has been debated by researchers who are divided as to the nature of variations in the spinal curve, their origin, reasoning, and implications from a morphological, functional and evolutionary perspective. Evaluation of the spinal curvature is constructive in understanding the evolution(More)
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