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Pulmonary Hypertension as an Initial Presentation of Wilson's Disease: A Case Report
Reviews in Clinical Medicine
Wilson's disease is a rare genetic disorder, which is associated with clinical manifestations such as liver dysfunction, psychological and neurological issues, and specific laboratory findings demonstrating the increased urinary excretion of copper and copper accumulation in the body. Wilson's disease is occasionally presented by atypical features, which delay the diagnosis of this rare disorder. This study aimed to describe the case of a patient with pulmonary and portal hypertension as adoi:10.22038/rcm.2020.45474.1298 doaj:c1a30dcdf1da4d41a66ab51b60220ee7 fatcat:gywbx7dv4vbzpoarqpb2hcx7h4