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e-learning modules

A range of e-learning modules are available for healthcare professionals with an interest in Wilson disease. These modules cover a wide variety of topics, including Wilson disease manifestations and diagnosis. Each e-learn has been produced in collaboration with a clinical expert in Wilson disease, who will share their insight and practical knowledge. These modules will help to increase your understanding of Wilson disease and will test your learning through a series of questions.

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michael schilsky - yale school of medicine, connecticut, usa

A brief introduction to Wilson disease and the key systemic manifestations of the disease.

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Think ophthalmology

jesper hjortdal - the danish cornea bank and aarhus university hospital, aarhus, denmark

An overview of ophthalmologic manifestations of Wilson disease.

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piotr socha - the children's memorial health institute, warsaw, poland

Practicalities of diagnosing a patient with Wilson disease and potential limitations of current diagnostic methods.

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Think pediatrics

Tamir Miloh – University of Miami Health System, Florida, USA

Wilson disease in pediatric patients, including both symptomatic and pre-symptomatic patients.

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Think hepatology

Valentina Medici - Professor, Division of Gastroenterology and Hepatology, University of California David, Sacremento CA USA

An overview of hepatic manifestations of Wilson disease.

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Think Neurology

Aurelia Poujois – Hôpital Fondation Adolphe de Rothschild, Paris, France

An overview of neurologic manifestations of Wilson disease.

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Karl Heinz Weiss - Director, Internal Medicine Salem Medical Center, Heidelberg

Current standard of care for Wilson disease.

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Think Psychiatry

Paula Zimbrean – Yale School of Medicine, Connecticut, USA

A practical look at the wide range of psychiatric manifestations of Wilson disease.

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E-LEARNING MODULE:

Think genetics

Sihoun Hahn – Seattle Children’s Hospital, Washington, USA


A discussion of the genetics of Wilson disease, including the potential for missed diagnoses or non-pathogenic variants.