Reflexiones sobre el relevamiento y análisis comparativo de patologías osteoarticulares en restos esqueletales humanos

  • Leandro Luna CONICET-Universidad de Buenos Aires
  • Claudia Aranda Museo Etnográfico J. B. Ambrosetti, Facultad de Filosofía y Letras, Universidad de Buenos Aires.
  • Alexandrina Amorim Alves Departamento CIAS, Centro de Investigación en Antropología y Salud, Universidad de Coimbra

Resumen

Desde los inicios de la bioarqueología, los estudios de las alteraciones osteoarticulares utilizan definiciones, protocolos de relevamiento y propuestas de análisis de los datos muy variados, lo cual generalmente imposibilita su adecuada comparación. En este trabajo se discuten algunos problemas derivados de esa diversidad de perspectivas, con el objetivo de plantear la necesidad de formular criterios consensuados de registro y análisis que permitan generar datos comparables. Se reflexiona sobre aspectos relativos al proceso de relevamiento de los indicadores osteoarticulares y de procesamiento de la información, al mismo tiempo que se plantean opciones terminológicas y procedimentales que contribuyan a generar un marco general para el desarrollo de estudios multimuestrales.

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