Dictionary of Human Evolution and Biology

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Occupational Stress Trauma

Injuries resulting from an individual’s profession. Currently, there is concern about repetitive motion injuries occurring among individuals who use computer keyboards; however, such injuries are known from ancient times, as evidenced on the arm bones of hunters that used atlatls or squatting facets on the tibiae of Egyptian scribes. Aka occupational mark.

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