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What section of the skeletal system is affected by paget's disease of the bone?

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Dr. William Banks Hinshaw
Obstetrics and Gynecology 44 years experience
Any: Any individual bone can be affected. The problem is usually localized to one or a few areas.
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Dr. Robert Conenello
Sports Medicine 32 years experience
The skull: Commonly seen in the flat bones of the skull.
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Dr. Melissa Young
Endocrinology 10 years experience
Any: Any bone can be affected, but most commonly, the skull and the long bones of the legs and arms.
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