Published in Hepatitis Weekly, April 24th, 2000
P.J. Gow and colleagues from the Austin and Repatriat Medical Center, Australia, presented a report of their "experience over three decades with patients with Wilson's disease in order to illustrate the diverse patterns of presentation and thereby broaden the approach to diagnosis."
The study included findings from 30 patients ranging in age from seven to 58 years. Twenty-two patients had signs of Wilson's disease in their liver; eight experienced fulminant...
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