degeneration: report of three cases
His medical history was significant for hepatolenticular
degeneration, diagnosed 20 years ago, for which he took oral D-penicillamine.
Accumulation of copper in the brain also occurs because of which the disease is sometimes referred to as the hepatolenticular
Keywords: Wilson's; Hepatolenticular
degeneration; Copper; Cerebellar; Hepatic; Kayser fleisher rings; ATP7B; Ceruloplasmin
Wilson disease (WD) or hepatolenticular
degeneration is an autosomal recessive hereditary disease.
Wilson's disease, an autosomal recessive disorder, is also known as hepatolenticular
Ultrasound scans for probands G2256 and G2672 revealed liver pathologies, including evidence of hepatolenticular
Copper, ceruloplasmin and oxidase activity in sera of normal human subjects, pregnant women, and patients with infection, hepatolenticular
degeneration and the nephrotic syndrome.
CHEN'S SON, YE HAIBIN, WAS DIAGNOSED WITH HEPATOLENTICULAR
DEGENERATION 18 YEARS AGO, CHUTIAN METROPOLIS DAILY REPORTED YESTERDAY.
Neuropsychiatric Aspects of Hepatolenticular
Degeneration and Multiple Sclerosis
org 1,2,4,8,8; worldwide referrals, guide for travelers HEMORRHAGIC NODULAR PURPURA See: Fabry Disease HEPATIC DUCTULAR HYPOPLASIA, SYNDROMATIC See: Alagille Syndrome HEPATOLENTICULAR
DEGENERATION See: Wilson Disease HEPATOPHOSPHORYLASE DEFICIENCY GLYCOGENOSIS See: Glycogen Storage Diseases; Muscular Dystrophy HEREDITARY KIDNEY DISEASES See: Kidney Diseases, Hereditary HEREDITARY LEPTOCYTOSIS See: Cooley Anemia HERMANSKY-PUDLAK SYNDROME See also: Albinism & Hypopigmentation; Visual Impairments Hermansky-Pudlak Syndrome Network Inc.
Its scientific name is hepatolenticular
degeneration, indicating its harmful effects on the liver (hepato-) and on the lenticular nuciel of the brain.