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Wilson’s Disease. Major Problems in Neurology.
  1. M STEPHEN MURPHY, Consultant paediatric gastroenterologist and senior lecturer in paediatrics and child health

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    Wilson’s Disease. Major Problems in Neurology. By Tjaard Hoogenraad. (Pp 210; £45 hardback.) W B Saunders, 1996. ISBN 0-7020-1842-2 .

    Wilson’s disease, although known to every undergraduate, is rarely seen in clinical practice. The modes of clinical presentation are varied, and initial manifestations may be subtle. Highly effective medical treatment is available, which must start early in the course of the disease to prevent irreversible pathological changes, and delayed diagnosis may be disastrous. Patients …

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