What ‘skeletal paleopathology’ can teach us about arthritis. The contributions of the late Dr Juliet Rogers

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Dr Juliet Rogers (Fig. 1), who died in 2001, aged 61, devoted her working life to the study of ancient human skeletons to aid our understanding of disease – the science of ‘skeletal paleopathology’ (1, 2). She made many important contributions to rheumatology. Here we celebrate her work through a brief resume of some of the things her work has taught us about bone and joint disease...

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Dieppe, P., Loe, L., Shepstone, L., & Watt, I. (1). What ‘skeletal paleopathology’ can teach us about arthritis. The contributions of the late Dr Juliet Rogers. Reumatismo, 58(2), 79-84. https://doi.org/10.4081/reumatismo.2006.79