Wilson ailment is an acquired condition that makes the body hold overabundance copper. The liver of a man who has Wilson's infection does not discharge copper into bile as it should. As the copper develops in the liver, it starts to harm the organ.
Sufficiently after harm, the liver discharges the copper specifically into the circulation system, which conveys the copper all through the body. The copper develop prompts harm in the kidneys, cerebrum, and eyes. If not treated, Wilson's ailment can cause extreme cerebrum harm, liver disappointment, and demise.