What are the most common symptoms of wilson's disease?

Liver Disease/ Neuro. Untreated wilson disease may manifest as liver disease (toxic hepatitis) in childhood and neurologic problems(tremor, deteriation of school performance, psychiatric isssues) as young adults.
Vague. It is very easy to overlook the subtle mental and movement changes that warn of Wilson's. The elevated liver enzymes, possible Fanconi syndrome revealed on urinalysis, and/or the low-grade hemolysis cause no symptoms. By the time the KF rings are visible in the eye, the disease is advanced. Have a high index of suspicion.
Wilson's disease. Wilson's disease or hepatolenticular degeneration is an autosomal recessive genetic disorder in which copper accumulates in tissues. The main sites of copper accumulation are the liver and the brain, and consequently liver disease and neuropsychiatric symptoms are the main features that lead to diagnosis.About half the people with wilson's disease have neurological or psychiatric symptoms.