Wilsons Disease

 

The cause of the Wilsons disease is an over growth of copper in the liver. The liver utilizes the copper according to its requirements in a healthy body, then store up the rest. It takes release from the body via bile. In Wilsons disease, the liver cannot procedure the excess copper along with it constructs up until damage takes places. The excess copper escapes into the bloodstream, where this is scattered all through the body, resulting damage to the eyes, kidneys as well as brain. It is a disease which may come from heredity caused by the mutation in the ATP7B gene.

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