A 26-year-old man comes to your office for an examination because of tremors, spasticity, and drooling. He has headaches and fatigue. On physical examination, he is very slightly icteric, the liver is not palpable, and no spider angiomata are present, but he has resting and intention tremors and spasticity. Slit-lamp examination reveals a yellow-brown ring in the limbus of the cornea. Laboratory tests show elevated AST and ALT and a ceruloplasmin level of 7 mg/dL (normal 20 -35 mg/dL). 1- The diagnosis is a. Hemochromatosis b. Gaucher’s disease c. Biliary cirrhosis d. Wilson’s disease e. Type III glycogen storage disease 2- (yellow-brown ring in the limbus of the cornea) what is the name of this sign? 3- Lab Studies may show Anemia. What is the type of it? What is the mechanism that led to the development of this Anemia ?