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Wednesday, February 15, 2012

Symptoms of Paget's Disease

Wednesday, February 15, 2012
Paget's disease, often unrecognized by those who suffer, because it often produces no symptoms, and manifestations are often confused with arthritis or related diseases system joints.

Anyway commissioned specialist diagnosed in some cases after a study determined if the patient is now as follows:

- A persistent bone pain, stiffness and joint pain.
- Possible increase in the size of the skull that make it look more prominent in the area of ​​the eyebrows and forehead, which if not handled properly can cause hearing loss and when there is the presence of headache with the same compression as given on the nerves of the head.
- In many cases the spine can stretch, weaken or break, causing a decrease in the height of the patient, and compresses the spinal cord, causing stiffness, cramps and even the lack of mobility in the leg.
- On the other side of the leg bone disease is often possible arc, increasing the pressure on the joints, and increases blood flow to the affected limb due to the high vascularization is accompanied by dilation of blood vessels with an increase in skin temperature is affected bone.
- There may be a broken bone, neck pain, degeneration of cartilage in joints near the affected bone, hip pain as the disease affects the bones, the hip bone or femur. Deviations from the famous column, and when the disease is advanced gradually, increased use of cardiovascular.

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