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(Kayser Fleischer ring)
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  • Systemic lupus erythematosus, hypoparathyroidism, and hemolytic anemia in a patient with Wilson's disease. [Case Reports]
    Reumatologia 2019; 57(4):239-242Mageed SA, Rawla P, … Shahba A
  • The authors report a female case of systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE) that was diagnosed as Wilson's disease (WD) when neurological manifestations were evident three years after the first admission. The brain imaging studies showed bilateral symmetrical basal ganglia involvement, slit lamp examination revealed Kayser-Fleischer ring of the cornea, and 24-hour urinary copper and serum ceruloplasmi…
  • [Diagnosis and treatment of Wilson disease in Japan]. [Journal Article]
    Rinsho Shinkeigaku 2019; 59(9):565-569Shimizu N
  • Wilson disease is an autosomal recessive disorder based on inborn error of copper metabolism. The copper accumulates in the liver, brain, cornea, kidney, and other organs. This disease should be considered any individual with liver abnormality except infant, any patient older than teenage with neurological (especially for extra pyramidal signs) or neuropsychiatric disorder with or without liver d…
  • [Diagnosis of Kayser Fleischer Ring: Can Early Diagnosis Improve the Outcome of Wilson's Disease?] [Journal Article]
    Klin Monbl Augenheilkd 2019Bigdon E, Feuerstacke J, … Spitzer M
  • Wilson's disease is a rare genetic disease of copper metabolism that leads to increased accumulation of copper in the body. Deposits are found mainly in the liver, brain and eye. If left untreated, the disease can lead to movement disorders, personality changes, liver failure and even death. There are many possible differential diagnoses. Diagnosis can only be made through specific test procedure…
  • Classification and differential diagnosis of Wilson's disease. [Review]
    Ann Transl Med 2019; 7(Suppl 2):S63Hermann W
  • Wilson's disease is characterized by hepatic and extrapyramidal movement disorders (EPS) with variable manifestation primarily between age 5 and 45. This variability often makes an early diagnosis difficult. A classification defines different clinical variants of Wilson's disease, which enables classifying the current clinical findings and making an early tentative diagnosis. Until the unequivoca…
  • Clinical manifestations of Wilson disease in organs other than the liver and brain. [Review]
    Ann Transl Med 2019; 7(Suppl 2):S62Dzieżyc-Jaworska K, Litwin T, Członkowska A
  • Wilson disease (WD) is an inherited genetic disorder that is caused by copper metabolism disturbances with main hepatic, neurological, and psychiatric presentation. Deposits of copper accumulate in different organs and may cause a broad range of clinical manifestations. Patients with WD may present with ophthalmological symptoms, or renal, cardiac and osteoarticular involvement. The most common o…
  • [Corneal disorders in Wilson's disease]. [Case Reports]
    Orv Hetil 2019; 160(14):555-557Sohajda Z, Hódos M, Módis L
  • Wilson's disease is an autosomal recessive hereditary metabolic disease with a pathological accumulation of copper in tissues. This study presents the case of a family, where two females and one male from among six siblings had this disease. While in the case of the two women only the liver was affected, the young man presented with both psychiatric and ophthalmic disorders. Modern examination me…
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