Neuropsychological impairment associated with hepatolenticular degeneration (Wilson's disease) in the absence of overt encephalopathy.


Neuropsychologic tests of cerebral integrity recorded impairments in visuopractic and learning capacity in patients with Wilson's disease. These psychometric findings point to the presence of a subclinical encephalopathy that is not otherwise revealed upon clinical examination. 


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