In some patients the Wilson’s disease primarily cause symptoms from the liver, with other patients the neurological disturbances are dominating.

The symptoms from the liver might be acute hepatitis or a more chronic liver disorder as fibrosis is forming in the liver over time – commonly known as cirrhosis of the liver.

Lacking ability to coordinate movements and/or psychical disturbances is found with persons dominated by neurological symptoms. Blurred speech, saliva, difficulty in swallowing and mastication, stiffness of the muscles and double sights can also be found. Usually the intellect stays intact.