Pathology and Trauma Skulls

Pathology refers to the manifestation of disease in the body and can be presented as structural or functional changes in soft tissue and bone. Trauma refers to a wound or sustained injury on the body. This section presents examples of different kinds of pathology or trauma that can be observed on bone, showcasing how the skeleton reacts to these types of conditions. Our pathology collection features many skulls and post-cranial elements with diseases such as tuberculosis, ankylosing spondylitis, osteoarthritis, button osteomas, syphilis, hyperostosis frontalis interna, and scoliosis, among others. Our trauma collection features numerous types of fractures, amputations, gunshot wounds, blunt-force trauma and sharp-force trauma examples.
Bone Clones would like to thank the San Diego Museum of Man, the UC Davis Body Donation Program, and Maxwell Museum of Anthropology in New Mexico for allowing us to select some of their extraordinary specimens for casting.


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