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Unusual neck pathology in a Nevisian prehistoric individual

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Over the years, a small series of skeletal remains have been collected by the Nelson Museum. Despite the poor
preservation of the material, several specimens exhibited pathological changes. Severe neck pathology was found in one
specimen deriving from the prehistoric site of Coconut Walk. This paper presents the changes in the vertebrae and
elsewhere within this individual and proposes block vertebrae (possibly even Klippel-Feil syndrome) as the diagnosis.

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Morris, Elaine and Zakrzewski, Sonia R., (2007) Unusual neck pathology in a Nevisian prehistoric individual Zakrzewski, Sonia and White, William (eds.) In Proceedings of the Seventh Annual Conference of the British Association for Biological Anthropology and Osteoarchaeology. Archaeopress., pp. 43-48.

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Published date: 2007

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Local EPrints ID: 158535
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/158535
ISBN: 978 1 4073 0156 3
PURE UUID: 3718eab7-cc70-4d30-a95a-c198eb6117a0

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Date deposited: 25 Jun 2010 09:15
Last modified: 18 Jul 2017 12:38

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Author: Elaine Morris
Editor: Sonia Zakrzewski
Editor: William White

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