Genetic associations. To name some: there are lysosomal storage disease and hurler's syndrome which can affect both heart and bones. Patients with turner's syndrome are born with bone dysplasia and quite often cardiac defects. Tuberous sclerosis may affect heart and bones also.
No. I do not think there is a relation between the heart and bone disease.
Heart disease. No direct relationship but one doesn't rule out the other.
No. Not any that I can immediately think of! I'm sure someone else will answer this if they think of one!
Uau. I am not sure what you are refering to! There are many diseases that affect a part of the body or an area of the body. So you can have a patient with localized rheumatoid arthritis, or sleroderma o a patient with Paget's that is exclusive of the bone. Or a patient can have a cancer with metastasis in an area of in several areas that are confined to one side of the body. This also holds true fo.