Diabetes insipidus is a disorder in which the kidney is insensitive to the hormone ADH or there is not enough of the hormone available. This results in excessive drinking and urination.
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Includes an overview of the disorder, symptoms, pros and cons of diagnostic methods, and references.
VIN: Polyuria, Polydipsia and Diabetes Insipidus
Conference presentation by Richard W. Nelson, DVM, on distinguishing Diabetes insipidus from other conditions that cause excessive thirst and urination.
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