Paget's disease: New treatment for an old disease.

Abstract

There are probably 2.5 million patients with Paget's disease in the U.S.; 125,000 of these have severe disease meriting specific treatment. While the diagnosis can often be made by inspection, or by measurement of the temperature of involved limbs, it is often missed. Nonspecific findings include pain, headaches, deafness, heart failure, neurologic deficits… (More)

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