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Does paget's disease show up on an x-ray?
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Dr. Andrew Turrisi
Radiation Oncology
4 doctors agree
In brief: Paget's disease
Of bone appears on bone scans and plain x-rays of the effected bone.
Paget's disease of nipple and skin are distinct, different and not visible on imaging of any kind, suspected by exam, proven by biopsy.

In brief: Paget's disease
Of bone appears on bone scans and plain x-rays of the effected bone.
Paget's disease of nipple and skin are distinct, different and not visible on imaging of any kind, suspected by exam, proven by biopsy.
Dr. Andrew Turrisi
Dr. Andrew Turrisi
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In brief: Yes
Specific bony changes.

In brief: Yes
Specific bony changes.
Dr. Creighton Wright
Dr. Creighton Wright
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Dr. Kenneth Adler
Family Medicine
In brief: Yes
In fact, paget's disease is commonly discovered on xrays done for another reason.
It is a disease of abnormally forming bone that most commonly affects the spine, pelvis, femur, sacrum or skull. It can affect one or more of those areas. Often it causes no symptoms. Sometimes it is discovered because of an abnormaly high blood test called an alkaline phosphatatase.

In brief: Yes
In fact, paget's disease is commonly discovered on xrays done for another reason.
It is a disease of abnormally forming bone that most commonly affects the spine, pelvis, femur, sacrum or skull. It can affect one or more of those areas. Often it causes no symptoms. Sometimes it is discovered because of an abnormaly high blood test called an alkaline phosphatatase.
Dr. Kenneth Adler
Dr. Kenneth Adler
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