Paget disease is a metabolic bone disorder characterized by focal increases in bone remodelling, marked by excessive osteoclastic bone resorption and increased bone formation. Despite having increased mass, the bone produced is structurally disorganized and mechanically weak, and can result in bone pain, arthritis, bone deformity and fracture.
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