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Wilson's Disease Coexisting with Hepatitis A
Journal of Case Reports
A 22-year-old male presented with febrile illness, jaundice and tested positive for hepatitis A antibody. Along with these he was having hemolytic anemia and subsequently developed liver failure. This raised suspicion of Wilson's disease, which was confirmed by Kayser-Fleischer ring, raised serum and 24-hour urinary copper excretion. He was successfully treated with plasmapheresis so it is very crucial to investigate underlying chronic liver disease like Wilson's disease in appropriate clinicaldoi:10.17659/01.2016.0090 fatcat:hspvaecdzrbxbeamnlj7j2u2h4