WILSON Registry

Wilson's disease is an autosomal recessive hereditary genetic disorder that causes abnormal copper accumulation primarily in the liver and central nervous system. The incidence of the disease is rare, with 1% of 30000 people affected. We plan to provide prospective data collection with patients diagnosed with Wilson's disease, with annual follow-up visits for 5 years. The registry records the results of the patient's eating and drinking habits, medication compliance, lifestyle, detailed anamnesis, medication management, and follow-up tests. The purpose of the Wilson registry is to collect multicentre data prospectively, to analyze the incidence of Wilson's disease epidemiology, drug therapy, drug-related side effects, and recognition of factors affecting disease progression.