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Orthotopic liver transplantation for acute fulminant Wilson disease.Academic Article Why?
Triethylene tetramine dihydrochloride in Wilson's disease.Academic Article Why?
Hepatolenticular DegenerationConcept Why?
At long last: an animal model of Wilson's disease.Academic Article Why?
Classics in neurology. Fragments of neurologic history: "Tetanoid Chorea" and progressive lenticular degeneration.Academic Article Why?
Overlapping features of extrapontine myelinolysis and acquired chronic (non-Wilsonian) hepatocerebral degeneration.Academic Article Why?
Retrospective analysis of long-term outcome 10 years after liver transplantation for Wilson disease: experience over three decades.Academic Article Why?
Treatment of Wilson's disease with zinc XVI: treatment during the pediatric years.Academic Article Why?
Early onset of nephrotic syndrome after treatment with D-penicillamine in a patient with Wilson's disease.Academic Article Why?
Oxidant injury to hepatic mitochondria in patients with Wilson's disease and Bedlington terriers with copper toxicosis.Academic Article Why?
Treatment of Wilson's disease with triethylene tetramine hydrochloride (Trientine).Academic Article Why?
Wilson's disease: identification of an abnormal copper-binding protein.Academic Article Why?
Activation of liver X receptor/retinoid X receptor pathway ameliorates liver disease in Atp7B(-/-) (Wilson disease) mice.Academic Article Why?
Increased p53 mutation load in nontumorous human liver of wilson disease and hemochromatosis: oxyradical overload diseases.Academic Article Why?
Liver transplantation for children with Wilson disease: comparison of outcomes between children and adults.Academic Article Why?
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