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Human calcitonin and Paget"s disease

Human calcitonin and Paget"s disease

proceedings of an international workshop, London, April 1976

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Published by H. Huber in Bern .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Osteitis deformans -- Chemotherapy -- Congresses.,
  • Calcitonin -- Congresses.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographies.

    Statementedited by I. MacIntyre.
    ContributionsMacIntyre, Iain.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsRC931.O65 H85
    The Physical Object
    Pagination230 p. :
    Number of Pages230
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL4687067M
    ISBN 103456805020
    LC Control Number77578823

    What is Paget’s disease of bone? Paget’s disease is a chronic disorder that can result in enlarged and misshapen bones. The excessive breakdown and formation of bone tissue causes affected bone to weaken – resulting in bone pain, misshapen bones, fractures, and arthritis in the joints near the affected bones. Paget’s disease typically is localized, affecting just one or a .   Paget disease is a localized disorder of bone remodeling that typically begins with excessive bone resorption followed by an increase in bone formation. This osteoclastic overactivity followed by compensatory osteoblastic activity leads to a structurally disorganized mosaic of bone (woven bone), which is mechanically weaker, larger, less comp.

    Patients with biochemically active Paget's disease were treated with a combination of disodium ethanehydroxy-1, 1-diphosphonate (E.H.D.P.) and synthetic human calcitonin in low doses. The effect on biochemistry was greater and more consistent than that of even higher doses of human calcitonin. Bone biopsy showed decrease or even disappearance of abnormal Cited by: Symptomatic Paget disease — Treatment is indicated in patients with symptoms caused by metabolically active Paget disease, which is usually associated with an elevated serum alkaline phosphatase of bone origin. The most common symptom is bone pain at a pagetic site (eg, headache, limb, joint, or back pain) or radicular pain due to neural.

    Paget's disease is an old disease historically, but a new disease therapeutic­ ally. Human remains unearthed in Lancashire, England, dating from ap­ proximately AD, show clear evidence of the aftliction. However, it was not until the s that physicians rediscovered the condition, and a.   A 6-year-old boy with juvenile Paget's disease and recurrent fractures has been treated by daily intramuscular injections of 1 mg of synthetic human calcitonin for 16 months. Regression of the bony abnormalities was apparent within seven months of the start of by:


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Salmon calcitonin (after this referred to as “calcitonin”) is an analog of human calcitonin used in the treatment of postmenopausal osteoporosis, Paget disease of bone, and hypercalcemia. Its clinical importance derives from its ability to inhibit osteoclasts and increase renal excretion of.

Salmon calcitonin was the first calcitonin species approved by regulatory agencies for treatment of Paget's disease. A dose of 50 to U given daily or three times a week produces relief of bone pain in most patients within by:   1 The Radiology of Paget's Disease.- 2 The Biochemistry of Paget's Disease.- 3 The Pathology of Paget's Disease.- 4 Indications for Medical Treatment of Paget's Disease of Bone.- 5 Experiences with Porcine and Salmon Calcitonin in the Treatment of Paget's Disease.- 6 Experiences with Human Calcitonin in the Treatment of Paget's Disease of Bone.- 7 Resistance to Calcitonin Author: Frederick Singer.

Human calcitonin and Paget's disease: proceedings of an international workshop, London, April Fourteen patients with symptomatic and active Paget’s disease of bone who had demonstrated resistance to parenteral synthetic salmon calcitonin, oral disodium etidronate, or both in combination were treated with parenteral synthetic human Human calcitonin and Pagets disease book human calcitonin is described.

It is expected that the raised boneturnover will eventually fall to normalas occurs in adult Paget's disease (Woodhouse et al., ). The preliminary results wereveryencourang. CaseReport The patient was bom on 7 Octoberthe only so of non-consanguinous Scottish parents and the product of a full-term Cited by: France, United Kingdom Human synthetic calcitonin has produced a striking clinical and biochemical remission in each of five patients with Paget's disease treated for four to twelve months.

Bone pain was relieved and skin temperature over affected limbs by: During the initial months of long‐term treatment of Paget's disease of bone with salmon calcitonin, circulating alkaline phosphatase activity and urinary hydroxyproproline excretion usually decrease by about 50%.

In 22 of 85 patients these parameters returned to pretreatment levels despite continuous by:   Pamidronate and salmon calcitonin are administered parenterally. (Human calcitonin is no longer available.) Ibandronate (Boniva) and olpadronate are potent bisphosphonates but are not approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for the treatment of Paget disease.

English, Conference Proceedings edition: Human calcitonin and Paget's disease: proceedings of an international workshop, London, April / edited by I.

MacIntyre. Get this edition User activity. 1 The Radiology of Paget's Disease.- 2 The Biochemistry of Paget's Disease.- 3 The Pathology of Paget's Disease.- 4 Indications for Medical Treatment of Paget's Disease of Bone.- 5 Experiences with Porcine and Salmon Calcitonin in the Treatment of Paget's Disease.- 6 Experiences with Human Calcitonin in the Treatment of Paget's Disease of Bone.

Haddad JG: Effective human calcitonin therapy following immunological resistance to salmon calcitonin therapy in Paget’s bone disease, in MacIntyre (ed): Human Calcitonin and Paget’s Disease.

Bern, Stuttgart, Vienna, Hans Huber Publishers,pp – Google ScholarAuthor: John G. Haddad. Paget's Disease of Bone: Assessment human calcitonin improvement incidence increased inhibit Internal involvement James Paget Journal kind permission lesion less levels lower maladie de Paget Medical Medicine months neoplastic nerve normal noted observed occur osteitis deformans osteoclasts output Paget's disease pagetic bone pain.

Doyle FH: Radiological and bone-scanning observations in long-term studies of human calcitonin in Paget's disease (with further observations on the treatment of a boy with a juvenile form of the disease), in MacIntyre I (ed): Human Calcitonin and Paget's Disease.

New York, Hans Huber Verlag,pp Cited by: Paget's Disease of Bone by F.R. Singer,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. is a rapid access, point-of-care medical reference for primary care and emergency clinicians. Started inthis collection now contains interlinked topic pages divided into a tree of 31 specialty books and chapters.

Paget’s disease can affect any bone in the human body. These include: pelvic bones, hip joint, skull, vertebral bones, bones of the arm and forearm, bones in the trunk, bones of the thigh and legs. Many people with Paget’s disease associated arthritis tend to complain more of hip joint arthritis and knee joint arthritis.

Inthe Paget's Disease Foundation, a private nonprofit volun­ tary health agency, was founded to assist individuals aftlicted by Paget's disease of bone, to provide education regarding this condition to the medical community, and to encourage research efforts to better under­ stand and treat the condition.

Intranasal and intramuscular human calcitonin in female osteoporosis and in Paget’s disease of bones: a pilot study Article in Journal of endocrinological investigation 14(1) January. Stephen Paul Tuck, Robert Layfield, Julie Walker, Babitha Mekkayil, Roger Francis, Adult Paget’s disease of bone: a review, Rheumatology, Vol Is DecemberRadiological evidence of a dose-related response to long-term treatment of Paget’s disease with human by:.

Your body constantly builds new bone to replace the old. But with Paget's disease, this happens too fast and gives your bones an odd may be .Evans IMA, Banks L.

Doyle FH, et al: Paget's disease of bone - The effect of stopping long-term human calcitonin and recommendations for future Cited by: 2.Calcitonin is synthesized by the parafollicular cells (C-cells) of the thyroid gland in mammals 2., 3., 5., 6.

and by the C-cells associated with the ultimobranchial gland in lower vertebrates 7., C-cells are derived from the neural crest and migrate forward to localize in the ultimobranchial body in lower vertebrates and as parafollicular cells in man and related speciesCited by: 2.