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A Case of Canine Hypodontia in an Early Croatian Cemetery Stranče – Gorica
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Ćabov, T., Tomljenović, K., Legović, A., Kovač, Z., Perić, B., Jokić, D. (2006). A Case of Canine Hypodontia in an Early Croatian Cemetery Stranče – Gorica. Collegium antropologicum, 30(2), 443-446. Preuzeto s https://hrcak.srce.hr/4263
In the old Croatian cemetery Stranče – Gorica in the Vinodol region, dating from the 9th to 11th century, osteological parts of the upper and the lower jaws with teeth were found, besides some other archeological finds. Data processing in dentistry regarding a possible presence of hypodontia was carried out on archeological finds (skeletal remains) on 27 persons available for the research. Only one case of canine hypodontia was found and described. In the remaining 26 persons no case of hypodontia was found on the relicts of the upper and lower jaws nor in other teeth groups. The frequency of hypodontia in the old Croatian cemetery Stranče – Gorica was 3.7, which corresponds to the frequency of this anomaly in the 20th century population of Croatia.
dental anthropology; canine hypodontia; dental paleopathology; Croatia
Hrčak ID: 4263
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