Brief communication: Paleohistopathological analysis of pathology museum specimens: can periosteal reaction microstructure explain lesion etiology?

@article{Weston2009BriefCP,
  title={Brief communication: Paleohistopathological analysis of pathology museum specimens: can periosteal reaction microstructure explain lesion etiology?},
  author={Darlene A. Weston},
  journal={American journal of physical anthropology},
  year={2009},
  volume={140 1},
  pages={186-93}
}
The assertion that the microstructure of periosteal new bone formation can be used to differentiate between disease etiologies (Schultz: Yrbk Phys Anthropol 44 2001 106-147; Schultz: Identification of pathological conditions in human skeletal remains, 2nd ed. London: Academic Press 2003 73-109) was tested in a pilot-study, using diagnosed bone specimens from St George's Hospital Pathology Museum, London, UK. Embedded bone specimens exhibiting pathological periosteal new bone formation were… CONTINUE READING