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dc.creatorPlischuk, Marcos; CONICET Fac. Cs. Médicas - UNLP
dc.creatorInda, Ana María; CIC. Cátedra de Citología, Histología y Embriología “A”, Facultad de Ciencias Médicas, Universidad Nacional de La Plata
dc.date2015-06-10
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dc.identifierhttps://revistas.unc.edu.ar/index.php/antropologia/article/view/11467
dc.identifier.urihttp://suquia.ffyh.unc.edu.ar/handle/suquia/2541
dc.descriptionLa Hiperostosis Esquelética Difusa Idiopática (DISH) es una enfermedad caracterizada por provocar anquilosis entre cuerpos vertebrales, sumada a la osificación masiva de ligamentos y tendones en el resto del sistema esqueletal. El objetivo del presente trabajo es establecer la prevalencia de DISH en una colección osteológica documentada contemporánea y discutir rasgos patognomónicos y factores de riesgo asociados. A fin de establecer un diagnóstico se relevó, en 100 individuos adultos, la formación de bloques óseos de al menos tres vertebras fusionadas por la osificación de ligamento vertebral anterior. Se consideró además que no estuvieran comprometidos los espacios intervertebrales y la articulación sacroilíaca. En la zona extra espinal se registraron como evidencia complementaria la presencia de entesopatías. Como resultado del análisis se observaron seis individuos con DISH, sin diferencias significativas entre ambos sexos. El segmento vertebral principalmente afectado fue el torácico, los espacios intervertebrales no se vieron comprometidos en ningún caso y la articulación sacroilíaca tampoco presentó señales de osificación patológica; a la vez que se relevaron numerosas entesopatías. Las prevalencias observadas se deberían a la avanzada edad de los individuos analizados y las características nutricionales de la población de referencia.  Abstract  The diffuse idiopathic skeletal hyperostosis (DISH) is a disease characterized by vertebral ankylosis, with massive ligaments and tendons ossification in the rest of the skeletal system. The aim of this study is to establish the prevalence of DISH in a well-documented and contemporary osteological collection, and to discuss pathognomonic features and associated risk factors. In order to establish the diagnosis, we registered, in 100 adults, the formation of bone blocks, with at least three fused vertebrae by ossification of the anterior vertebral ligament. It was also considered that were not compromise of the intervertebral spaces and sacroiliac joint. The extra-spinal area was analyzed as additional evidence because of enthesopathies.The results showed six individuals with DISH, with no significant differences between the sexes. The thoracic segment was the most affected, intervertebral spaces were not compromised in any way and the sacroiliac joint did not provide signs of ossification, while numerous enthesopathies were detected. The prevalences observed are due to the advanced age of the individuals analyzed and the nutritional characteristics of the reference population.es-ES
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dc.rightsCopyright (c) 2015 Marcos Plischuk, Ana María Indaes-ES
dc.rightshttp://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/4.0es-ES
dc.sourceRevista del Museo de Antropología; Vol 8 (2015) NÚMERO 1; 147-156es-ES
dc.source1852-4826
dc.source1852-060X
dc.subjectAntropología Biológica; Paleopatologíaes-ES
dc.subjectpaleopatología; columna vertebral; anquilosis; hiperostosis; colección documentada; palaeopathology; spine; ankylosis; hyperostosis; well-documented collectiones-ES
dc.titleHIPEROSTOSIS ESQUELÉTICA DIFUSA IDIOPÁTICA EN UNA COLECCIÓN OSTEOLÓGICA CONTEMPORÁNEA (LA PLATA, BUENOS AIRES, ARGENTINA) / Difusse Idiopathic Skeletal Hyperostosis in a contemporary osteological collection (La Plata, Buenos Aires, Argentina)es-ES
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dc.typeinvestigación básicaes-ES
dc.coverageSudamérica; Argentinaes-ES
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