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  • n. One who works in paleopathology.


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  • “What does the paleopathologist in you think?” he asked, scanning the room.

    Kresley Cole Immortals After Dark: The Clan MacRieve

  • So, what do an art historian and a paleopathologist see when they look at the same artifact?

    TB or not TB

  • Many years ago, I happened to show a photograph of a small bronze figurine to a paleopathologist, Della C. Cook, at Indiana University.

    TB or not TB

  • But paleopathologist Arthur Aufderheide of University of Minnesota at Duluth says our upbringing is also a factor.

    Screaming Mummies!

  • According to Swiss anatomist and paleopathologist Frank Ruhli, head of the Swiss Mummy Project at the University of Zurich, Hawass' finding is very important.

    Archive 2008-12-01

  • You're also well known for your work in Peru with the paleopathologist Arthur Aufderheide.

    Conversations: Bone Reader

  • I am a paleopathologist, but this case is very complicated.


  • Doing the investigation is paleopathologist Gino Fornaciari, along with a team from the University of Pisa, and mummy specialist Bob Brier, who takes part in the recovery and examination of the remains and serves as host for the show (Brier is also a Contributing Editor to ARCHAEOLOGY magazine).

    Medici Mystery

  • Plaisted had his own insurance agency in St. Paul and was an avid snowmobiler when he got into a late-night discussion with a new friend, internationally known paleopathologist Art Aufderheide, who was thinking of doing a dog sled trip through the Northwest Territories.

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  • Aufderheide isn’t the only paleopathologist to have found cancers in mummified specimens.

    The Emperor of All Maladies


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