Periventricular white matter
Answer : B Corpus striatum
Wilson disease is an autosomal recessive condition in which excess copper may deposit in the liver and brain.
Chronic hepatitis leads to cirrhosis in young people. Ocular lesions, so-called Kayser-Fleischer rings, represent deposition of copper in the Descemet membrane in the iris.
Lack of coordination and tremor (extrapyramidal neurologic symptoms) are related to degenerative changes in the corpus striatum.
Deposition of copper is not observed in the other anatomic regions of the brain.