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Paget’s disease of bone (PDB) is a relatively benign disease common among many European populations, including those in the UK, Italy and Spain. However, it appears to be rare among Scandinavians and non-European immigrants living in Europe. The prevalence among Asian populations may be underestimated because a large number of reported cases were discovered incidentally. There is a need for surveys addressing the prevalence rate and consequences of PDB to be carried out in various parts of the world, particularly Asia.


Paget’s Disease of Bone Ethnic Groups Epidemiology

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Merashli, M., & Jawad, A. (2015). Paget’s Disease of Bone among Various Ethnic Groups. Sultan Qaboos University Medical Journal, 15(1), 22–26. Retrieved from

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