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Re: Pathology?

You might want to pick up a copy of:

Tanke, D.H. & Rothschild, B.M., 2002. Dinosores: an annotated bibliography of dinosaur paleopathology and related topics - 1838-2001. New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science Bulletin 20, 96 pp.

You can buy it from the NMMNH website by going to:


Hope this helps!

Andrew R. C. Milner
City Paleontologist
St. George Dinosaur Discovery Site at Johnson Farm
2180 East Riverside Drive
St. George, Utah 84790

Tracksite Phone: (435) 574-DINO (3466) Ext. 2
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Email: amilner@sgcity.org
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----- Original Message ----- From: "Dinosaur World" <dinoworld@msn.com>
To: <dinosaur@usc.edu>
Sent: Wednesday, June 21, 2006 5:34 PM
Subject: Pathology?

Are there any examples of skeletons with some major pathology, or injury to the bone? (Something similar to the injuries in Stan skeleton, perhaps.)

I'm trying to find a creature that would make for an interesting story. One that perhaps a forensic pathologist would be able to look at the bones and give us his/her impression as to what happened to cause the injuries.

Are there any forensic pathologists out there who work with you folks? Someone who might be a little more specialized in fossils or prehistoric injuries?

Thanks for any help.

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