Wilson's diseaseWil·son's disease
a disease characterized by abnormal accumulation of copper in the brain, liver, etc.
Origin of Wilson's diseaseafter S. Wilson (1874-1937), Eng neurologist, born in United States
A rare hereditary disease caused by a defect in the body's ability to metabolize copper that results in an accumulation of copper deposits in organs such as the brain, liver, and kidneys.
Origin of Wilson's diseaseAfter Samuel Alexander Kinnier Wilson, (1877–1937), British neurologist.