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Nurcan Arat, February 2008 in the World Journal of Gastroenterology.All the patients were asymptomatic on cardiological examination and had no rhythm disturbances in electrocardiography. The left ventricular and left atrial diameter and left ventricular function groups groups. The Wilson’s disease patients had a significantly higher P wave dispersion when compared with controls. This significant dispersion may correlate AF conductance anomalies such as atrial fibrillation. A not insignificant significantly higher in patients than in Wilson the control group. PWD with age with age at diagnosis and serum copper in patients with Wilson disease. The team was not able to find any statistically significant correlation between PWD and other clinical and echocardiographic evaluations.

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