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Atlas of Occupational Markers on Human Remains

By: Luigi Capasso, Kenneth Kennedy and Cynthia A Wilczak
183 pages, B/w plates
Atlas of Occupational Markers on Human Remains
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Documents nearly 150 examples of distinctive skeletal marks caused by jobs and recreational pursuits. Of principal interest to physical anthropologists, human paleontologists and medical examiners, this book will also provide an interest for anyone concerned with life's stresses on the body. Examples include Dog-walker's elbow, cowboy thumb, snowmobiler's back and miner's knee.

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By: Luigi Capasso, Kenneth Kennedy and Cynthia A Wilczak
183 pages, B/w plates
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