International Journal of Paleopathology

(The TQCC of International Journal of Paleopathology is 4. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 500 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2019-09-01 to 2023-09-01.)
Multi-proxy stable isotope analyses of dentine microsections reveal diachronic changes in life history adaptations, mobility, and tuberculosis-induced wasting in prehistoric Liguria (Finale Ligure, It22
The association between skeletal lesions and tuberculosis diagnosis using a probabilistic approach22
Identification of working reindeer using palaeopathology and entheseal changes19
Measuring incremental line width and appearance in the tooth cementum of recent and archaeological human teeth to identify irregularities: First insights using a standardized protocol16
An Investigation of Micro-CT Analysis of Bone as a New Diagnostic Method for Paleopathological Cases of Osteomalacia13
Refining the methods for identifying draught cattle in the archaeological record: Lessons from the semi-feral herd at Chillingham Park13
Advances in the molecular detection of tuberculosis in pre-contact Andean South America12
Gastrointestinal infection in Italy during the Roman Imperial and Longobard periods: A paleoparasitological analysis of sediment from skeletal remains and sewer drains11
Periodontal disease in sheep and cattle: Understanding dental health in past animal populations11
A dual process model for paleopathological diagnosis11
The greatest health problem of the Middle Ages? Estimating the burden of disease in medieval England11
Sensationalism and speaking to the public: Scientific rigour and interdisciplinary collaborations in palaeopathology10
Identifying draught cattle in the past: Lessons from large-scale analysis of archaeological datasets10
Detection of Vibrio cholerae aDNA in human burials from the fifth cholera pandemic in Argentina (1886–1887 AD)10
Skeletal evidence for violent trauma from the bronze age Qijia culture (2,300-1,500 BCE), Gansu Province, China10
Modern guanaco (Lama guanicoe, Camelidae) bezoars: An approach towards identification in the fossil record10
Evidence of Skeletal Fluorosis at the Ray Site, Illinois, USA: a pathological assessment and discussion of environmental factors9
Cancers as rare diseases: Terminological, theoretical, and methodological biases9
How to CT scan human mummies: Theoretical considerations and examples of use9
Archival, paleopathological and aDNA-based techniques in leprosy research and the case of Father Petrus Donders at the Leprosarium ‘Batavia’, Suriname9
Metabolic diseases in Andean paleopathology: Retrospect and prospect8
How rare is rare? A literature survey of the last 45 years of paleopathological research on ancient rare diseases8
Possible interpersonal violence in the Neolithic necropolis of Campo de Hockey (San Fernando, Cádiz, Spain)8
Cranial modification and the shapes of heads across the Andes8
Tuberculosis in medieval and early modern Denmark: A paleoepidemiological perspective7
A joint medico-historical and paleopathological perspective on vitamin D deficiency prevalence in post-Medieval Netherlands7
What is a rare disease in animal paleopathology?7
Was it an axe or an adze? A cranial trauma case study from the Late Neolithic – Chalcolithic site of Cova Foradada (Calafell, Spain)7
Challenging definitions and diagnostic approaches for ancient rare diseases: The case of poliomyelitis7
Back to the beginning: Identifying lesions of diffuse idiopathic skeletal hyperostosis prior to vertebral ankylosis7
Spatial paleopathology: A geographic approach to the etiology of cribrotic lesions in the prehistoric Andes7
Perimortem sharp force trauma in an individual from the early medieval cemetery of Säben-Sabiona in South Tyrol, Italy7
Revisiting the tuberculosis and leprosy cross-immunity hypothesis: Expanding the dialogue between immunology and paleopathology7
Is dietary deficiency of calcium a factor in rickets? Use of current evidence for our understanding of the disease in the past6
Linking isotope analysis and paleopathology: An andean perspective6
Children of the abyss: Investigating the association between isotopic physiological stress and skeletal pathology in London during the Industrial Revolution6
The paleoepidemiology of Sacral Spina Bifida Occulta in population samples from the Dakhleh Oasis, Egypt6
Asymmetric midshaft femur remodeling in an adult male with left sided hip joint ankylosis, Metal Period Nagsabaran, Philippines6
Cases of endocranial lesions on juvenile skeletons from Longshan cultural sites in Henan Province, China6
Mid-7th century BC human parasite remains from Jerusalem6
Cribriotic lesions in archaeological human skeletal remains. Prevalence, co-occurrence, and association in medieval and early modern Netherlands6
Differential diagnosis of metabolic disease in a commingled sample from 19th century Hisban, Jordan6
Environmental correlates of growth patterns in Neolithic Liguria (northwestern Italy)6
Osteoarthritis, entheses, and long bone cross-sectional geometry in the Andes: Usage, history, and future directions6
Osteological characteristics of Chinese foot-binding in archaeological remains5
Histomorphological study on hypocellularity in mastoid processes from archaeological human skeletons5
A 13th-century cystic echinococcosis from the cemetery of the monastery of Badia Pozzeveri (Lucca, Italy)5
Bioarchaeological reconstruction of physiological stress during social transition in Albania5
Differential diagnosis of calcified nodules from a medieval Székely woman in Transylvania5
Perimortem fracture manifestations and mortality after hip fracture in a documented skeletal series5
Growing up different in Neolithic China: A contextualised case study and differential diagnosis of a young adult with skeletal dysplasia5
Towards a definition of Ancient Rare Diseases (ARD): Presenting a complex case of probable Legg-Calvé-Perthes Disease from the North Caucasian Bronze Age (2200-1650 cal BCE)5
Exoskeletal and eye repair in Dalmanitina socialis (Trilobita): An example of blastemal regeneration in the Ordovician?5
Bone pathologies of modern non-draft cattle (Bos Taurus) in the context of grazing systems and environmental influences in the South Urals, Russia5
Osteoporosis, osteomalacia, and hip fracture: A case study from the Terry collection5
Temporal changes in childhood health during the medieval Little Ice Age in Denmark5
A case of dwarfism in 6th century Italy: Bioarchaeological assessment of a hereditary disorder5
Digital imaging techniques applied to a case of concha bullosa from an early medieval funerary area in central Italy4
Rarity of congenital malformation and deformity in the fossil record of vertebrates – A non-human perspective4
Do computed tomography findings agree with traditional osteological examination? The case of porous cranial lesions4
Paleopathology and children in the Andes: Local/situated biologies and future directions4
What’s that big thing on your head? Diagnosis of a large frontoparietal lesion on an Eastern Zhou skull from Henan, China4
The ice age with little effect? Exploring stress in the Danish Black Friars cemetery before and after the turn of the 14th century4
Mortality, migration and epidemiological change in English cities, 1600–18704
Was it worth migrating to the new British industrial colony of South Australia? Evidence from skeletal pathologies and historic records of a sample of 19th-century settlers4
Palaeopathological analysis of a Chilean gomphothere (Proboscidea: Gomphotheriidae)4
Evidence of dental agenesis in late pleistocene Homo4
Radiological evidence of purulent infections in ancient Egyptian child mummies4
Osteolytic lesions on the os petrosum of a Bronze Age individual from La Llana cave (Northern Spain) compatible with a possible case of otitis media. A multifaceted methodological approach4
Developmental anomalies and South American paleopathology: A comparison of block vertebrae and co-occurring axial anomalies among three skeletal samples from the El Brujo archaeological complex of nor4
Severe skeletal lesions, osteopenia and growth deficit in a child with pulmonary tuberculosis (mid-20th century, Portugal)4
A probable case of holoprosencephaly with cyclopia in a full-term fetus from a modern skeletal collection4
Intestinal parasites in six Islamic medieval period latrines from 10th–11th century Córdoba (Spain) and 12th–13th century Mértola (Portugal)4
Examining variation in skeletal tuberculosis in a late pre-contact population from the eastern mountains of Peru4
Examining pathogen DNA recovery across the remains of a 14th century Italian friar (Blessed Sante) infected with Brucella melitensis4
Insights on patterns of developmental disturbances from the analysis of linear enamel hypoplasia in a Neolithic sample from Liguria (northwestern Italy)4