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FRACTURES IN PAGET'S DISEASE.

ROGERS, MARK H.; ULIN, ROBERT
The Journal of Bone & Joint Surgery: October 1936
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1. In spite of the gross thickening of the long bones in Paget's disease, there is a definite tendency to fracture, which is generally caused by slight trauma.

2. There is a definite loss of sensation of pain, so that these fractures can be easily handled.

3. There is an early appearance of callus and new bone formation.

(C) 1936 All Rights Reserved.The Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery, Inc.

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