Wilson's disease

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Named after Samuel Alexander Kinnier Wilson (1878–1937), the British neurologist who first described the condition in 1912.

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Wilson's disease

  1. (medicine) An autosomal-recessive genetic disorder in which copper accumulates in tissues, resulting in neurological or psychiatric symptoms and liver disease.

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