Prevalence of caries in deciduous teeth in early modern Japan: analyses of human skeletons from Hitotsubashi (Tokyo, Japan).

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The early modern Edo period in Japan refers to the division of chronological age dated from the seventeenth to nineteenth centuries. During that period, the social structure was stratified, with warriors at the top, followed by farmers, and finally townsmen at the bottom. I aimed to examine carious lesions in deciduous teeth in the commoners from the city… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s12565-016-0335-0

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@article{Nagaoka2017PrevalenceOC, title={Prevalence of caries in deciduous teeth in early modern Japan: analyses of human skeletons from Hitotsubashi (Tokyo, Japan).}, author={Tomohito Nagaoka}, journal={Anatomical science international}, year={2017}, volume={92 3}, pages={320-329} }