WIlson’s Disease

September 3, 2018

(Wilson’s disease, Hereditary copper toxicity) The Wilson’s disease leads to the accumulation of copper in the liver and other organs. Hepatic or neurological symptoms develop. The diagnosis is based on a low caeruloplasmin, high urinary copper excretion and the results of a liver biopsy. The treatment consists of a low-copper diet and drugs such as penicillamine or trientine. Wilson’s disease is a disorder of copper metabolism that affects men and…

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