Paget’s Disease of Bone
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A 57-year-old man with a history of pain in the right knee presented with a recent onset of warmth and swelling in the right thigh. The physical examination revealed an asymmetric increase in the right thigh volume with normal range of joint motion. Radiography (Panel A) showed bony enlargement (arrowheads) and cortical thickening (white arrow), along with coarsening of trabeculae in the right ilium and right femur extending up to the subchondral region (Panels A and B, black arrows), with thickening of bilateral iliopectineal (Panel B, arrowheads) and ilioischial lines (Panel B, white arrow), all of which suggested Paget’s disease of bone. In addition, there was bilateral space narrowing in the hip cartilage, with a small sclerotic lesion in the proximal left femur with spiculated margins representing a bone island (Panel B, red arrow)...

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