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Paleopathology

The methods of paleopathology are used to obtain data on health, disease, and death from ancient populations. Paleopathological investigations often coincide with bio-anthropological inquires, which provide information pertaining to anthropometric characteristics, population of descent, age, and sex. The diagnostic methods that can be deployed to examine mummified remains include what can be categorised as non-destructive, less-destructive methods and destructive methods. Non-destructive methods include radiography, computerised tomography scanning (with advanced three-dimensional visualizations), and endoscopic techniques.

 
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