Late Pleistocene foot infection in Dama mesopotamica from Tabun B (Mount Carmel, Israel)

New publication in International Journal of Paleopathology (2015, vol. 8) about the foot infection found on proximal phalanges of fallow deer in Tabun-Level B.

Read publication: Marin-Arroyo et al 2015

Figure 1

Proximal phalanges of fallow deer from Tabun B. The pathology is observed in the cortex of the axial surfaces of the proximal phalanges.Photo courtesy of the NHM, London

 

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