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Cardiovascular Complications of Paget's Disease  
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  Cardiac output has been found to increase proportionally with the extent of Paget's disease. This is a consequence of the increased vascularity of bone and of the overlying muscle and skin. Arteriovenous shunts have not been demonstrated. Congestive heart failure is a rare complication. There is also a propensity for generalized atherosclerosis and aortic valve and other endocardial calcifications in patients with Paget's disease.  
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