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Wilson"s disease a clinician"s guide to recognition, diagnosis, and management by George J. Brewer

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Published by Kluwer Academic in Boston .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Hepatolenticular degeneration.,
  • Hepatolenticular Degeneration -- diagnosis.,
  • Hepatolenticular Degeneration -- therapy.

Book details:

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references (p. [167-178) and index.

Statementby George J. Brewer.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsRC394.H4 B74 2001
The Physical Object
Paginationxxviii, 190 p. :
Number of Pages190
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20643642M
ISBN 100792373545
LC Control Number2001023682

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Purchase Wilson Disease, Volume - 1st Edition. Print Book & E-Book. ISBN , Wilson disease is a genetic disorder that prevents the body from removing extra copper, causing copper to build up in the liver, brain, eyes, and other organs. Without treatment, high copper levels can cause life-threatening organ damage. The symptoms of Wilson disease vary. The symptoms may be related to your liver, nervous system and mental. This pocket guide provides a concise yet comprehensive overview of the pathogenesis, treatment, and management of Wilson disease. Drawing upon expertise from the Center of Excellence at Yale University in liver disease, neurology, and psychiatry for adult and pediatric patients, as well as dieticians, clinical trial coordinators, representatives from the Wilson Disease Association and outside. Wilson disease (hepatolenticular degeneration): disorder of copper overload Accumulation of copper resulting in toxicity of the liver, kidneys, brain, eyes, heart, and red blood cells Both hereditary hemochromatosis and Wilson disease are inherited, autosomal recessive disorders that can cause cirrhosis due to excess metal accumulation.

This book aims to change this with comprehensive coverage of every aspect of Wilson's disease, from well-catalogued, easy-to-use clinical diagnostic tools to treatment methods to molecular biology. Dr. Brewer is the world's leading expert on Wilson's disease, seeing and caring for over patients with the disease during the last 20 years.1/5(1). Wilson Disease is a genetic disease that prevents the body from removing extra copper.; About one in 30, people have Wilson people with Wilson Disease may not develop signs or symptoms of liver disease until they develop acute liver failure. Wilsons Disease for the Patient and Family: A Patients Guide to Wilsons disease and Frequently asked Questions about Copper, is an essential reference book for patients with Wilsons disease and their families. In easy-to-understand language, Dr. Brewer, a world authority on Wilsons disease and copper, explains everything about Wilsons disease /5(9). Wilson disease is an inherited genetic disorder associated with abnormal copper metabolism that results in excess storage of copper, primarily in the liver and brain. Copper is an essential mineral that is absorbed into the body through the diet. It is incorporated into enzymes that play a role in the regulation of iron metabolism, formation of.

Wilson's disease is both treatable and reversible, and commonly misdiagnosed. This book aims to change this with comprehensive coverage of every aspect of Wilson's disease, from well-catalogued, easy-to-use clinical diagnostic tools to treatment methods to molecular biology. No, Wilson's syndrome, also referred to as Wilson's temperature syndrome, isn't an accepted diagnosis. Rather, Wilson's syndrome is a label applied to a collection of nonspecific symptoms in people whose thyroid hormone levels are normal. Proponents of Wilson's syndrome believe it to be a mild form of thyroid hormone deficiency (hypothyroidism. Dr. Brewer states in his book that whether you can drink, even a glass per day, depends on how the Wilson's presented. Those that present with liver disease are not supposed to drink AT ALL. However he states that those with neurological presentation and those who are asymptomatic can drink alcohol.   I just ordered the book "Wilson's Disease for the Patient and Family: A Patient's Guide to Wilson's Disease and Frequently Asked Questions about Copper" by George J. Brewer M.D. Has anyone else read this book? If so, was it helpful? Do you have any other recommendations on gaining more information about the disease? Any help is greatly appreciated.