Wilson Disease: Pathogenesis, Molecular Mechanisms, Diagnosis, Treatment and Monitoring translates both clinical and experimental findings into a comprehensive approach for anyone involved in research and patient care. While the clinical variability of Wilson Disease poses a challenge from a diagnostic approach, the book uses the translational impact of new research findings to relate to new treatment concepts. Comprehensive chapters include common knowledge, guideline consensus statements, and discussions of clinical evidence. This is a must-have reference for researchers and clinicians in translational research.
- Delivers a substantial overview of evidence driven diagnostic pathways and treatment concepts for Wilson disease
- Provides an understanding of the translational impact of new research findings in Wilson Disease
- Reveals the current controversies in treatment decisions for Wilson disease, providing the best decisions for optimal patient care
1. History of WD 2. Pathogenesis 3. Epidemiology and genetics 4. Diagnosis 5. Treatment Decisions