: psychiatric symptoms in 195 cases.
Characteristics and prevalence of Wilson's disease
: A 2013 observational population-based study in France.
In spite of her normal ceruloplasmin levels, Wilson's disease
was originally considered due to elevated urinary copper levels.
Past medical history was significant for coronary artery disease, peripheral vascular disease, hypertension, diabetes mellitus, and liver cirrhosis secondary to Wilson's disease
. Physical exam revealed a lethargic but oriented patient with jaundice, superficial skin abrasions on arms, bilaterally diminished breath sounds, grade 2/6 systolic murmur, and lower extremity edema.
Acetaminophen intoxication and Wilson's disease
are common in the older children.
The drug also is used to treat Wilson's disease
, a genetic disorder in which the body retains copper.
Now a healthy trainee teacher, at 12 years old Charley was diagnosed with Wilson's Disease
- a rare, inherited disorder that causes too much copper to accrue in the liver, brain and other vital organs.
Furthermore, 150 mg/day zinc is a standard treatment for Wilson's disease
that requires treatment for the rest of a patient's life.
Andrea's health problems began at the age of 14 when she was diagnosed with Wilson's Disease
- a genetic disorder that results in a build-up of copper in the body.
(Mutation R1319X in gene ATP7B and neurological form in Wilson's disease
. Case report).
, also known as 'Hepatolenticular degeneration' is a disorder of copper handling.
Progressive hepatolenticular degeneration, or Wilson's disease
(WD), is a genetic disorder of copper metabolism .
Neuromuscular Electrical Stimulation Therapy for Dysphagia Caused by Wilson's Disease
. Ann Rehabil Med 2012;36:409-13.
Leigh's disease 13 MLD 4 Wilson's disease
2 Gangliosidosis 2 PKAN (NBIA Type 1) 2 Canavan's disease 1 Alexander's disease 1 Glutaric aciduria 1 The criterion of image interpretation was the image based classification, which grossly divides these disorders on the pattern of involvement of gray and white matter.