Wilson’s disease is a genetic disorder which occurs due to too much copper builds up in the body, mostly in the liver and brain. The copper buildup can cause serious symptoms. Treatment with medication is to remove the excess copper and prevent further build-up of copper. It is a rare inherited disorder that affects about 1 in 30,000 people. The first person to describe the disorder in 1912 is Dr Samuel Wilson.

The Physical symptoms of Wilson disease degeneration are an odd type of tremor in the arms,  an unsteady walk, Slowness of movement, Difficulty with speech, Writing problems, Difficulty swallowing, Headaches and Fits (seizures).

The Psychological symptoms of Wilson disease degeneration are Mood swings, Inability to concentrate, Depression, emotional and argumentive behavior.

Severe problems

If you leave untreated, the accumulation of copper in the brain can lead to severe rigidity, dementia and severe muscular weakness.

Autosomal recessive trait is inherited by Wilson’s disease, which means that develop the disease in which you must inherit two copies of the defective gene, one from each parent. If you receive only one abnormal gene, you won’t become ill, if you’re considered a carrier and can pass the gene to your children.



Facts of Syprine

  • Medicine Name: Syprine
  • Generic Name: Trientine
  • Date of Approval: November 8, 1985
  • Company Name: ATON
  • Available as (Form & Strength): 250MG