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Copper (Definition)

This is a reactive metal, one of the basic elements, which is incorporated in a variety of biochemical pathways in the body to catalyze many important functions. It is rarely deficient but too much can lead to liver disease and brain problems ...Read more


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How/where is the brain affected by copper accumulation?

How/where is the brain affected by copper accumulation?

Copper: Excess copper in the body is released in the blood and can accumulate in the tissues, particularly in the kidneys, eyes, and brain. When it goes to the brain, it usually deposits in nerves that are associated with movement, perception, and mood regulation. This causes a patient to lose coordination and become clumsy. Seizures, migraines, and cognitive defects may also result from excess copper. ...Read more

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Could high urinary copper be linked to brain fog and motor skill problems?

Could high urinary copper be linked to brain fog and motor skill problems?

Possibly: High urinary copper excretion is most often associated with Wilson's disease, a hereditary disorder of copper metabolism. Other causes such as chronic liver disease may cause this. Further testing is indicated. Please follow up with your physician. Thanks for trusting HealthTap! ...Read more

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I have low copper and low curleoplasmin... would wilsons disease show in my liver on a ultrasound or on a brain mri? both normal? do i have WD?

Wilson's disease : you don't have the diagnosis yet. There are several tests that still need to be done including a 24 hour urine copper and liver biopsy for copper quantification. There can be other reasons for the results you report. ...Read more

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Ceruloplasmin is .14 and urinary copper is high. patient is experiencing tremors, brain fog, hyperglycemia, neuropathy, would could be ?

Ceruloplasmin is .14 and urinary copper is high. patient is experiencing tremors, brain fog, hyperglycemia, neuropathy, would could be ?

Wilson's disease: Why were the tests ordered in the first place? Your question is best asked of the doctor who ordered the tests. Results like yours can be seen in Wilson's disease, celiac disease and Crohns. ...Read more

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How long does galzin last? 

How long does galzin last? 

Take three times: I am not sure how long galzin's half life or the duration of its effect, but the best i can tell you is that you need to take it 3 times a day. That tells me that its effect may be short lived. ...Read more

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Can you survive if a section of your brain is removed?

Can you survive if a section of your brain is removed?

Of course: It is very common for patients who undergo various brain surgeries to survive and have satisfactory lifespans. ...Read more

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How much of the brain is removed during hemispherectomy?

How much of the brain is removed during hemispherectomy?

One-half: The brain. Other side will not function; dominat side may cause lack of speech. Rarely done. Natural occurence has observed some incredible function. ...Read more

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My uncle is having a 3-6cm tumor removed from his brain. How big is that?

My uncle is having a 3-6cm tumor removed from his brain. How big is that?

How big is it?: I don't think you mean 3 to 6 centimeters. You must mean 3.6 cm. A 3.6-cm tumor is 3.6 cm in size. Or do you mean that you don't understand the metric system? 1 inch = 2.54 centimeters. So if you divide 3.6 by 2.54 (get out your calculator), you'll get the size of the tumor in inches. ...Read more

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Cerebrum (Definition)

Cerebrum essentially refers to the majority of the brain. Embryologically, it develops from the telencephalon, and together with the diencephalon, ...Read more