Wilsons disease is a genetic disorder in which the copper accumulates in liver, brain and other vital organs. This disease symptoms usually first appears between the ages of 5 to 45, where this condition leads to the combination of psychiatric, liver damage and the neurological problems.
Wilson disease is caused by the inheritance of autosomal recessive disorder. This is diagnosed by the genetic testing, biopsy, blood and urine sample. Symptoms of this disease are abdominal pain, swallowing, yellowish or the whitish of the eye. Currently there is no cure for this disease; the people affected with this disease must take the treatment throughout the year.
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