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[Arhinencephaly detected by a pitressin-sensitive diabetes insipidus].
Arch Fr Pediatr. 1978 Nov; 35(9):998-1003.AF

Abstract

A 4-month old child presented with facial malformations and severe hypernatremia. Hypernatremia was secondary to diabetes insipidus due to a disorder of ADH secretion, associated with cerebral malformations. Clofibrate treatment was ineffective. However, after the patient was treated by a low osmotic residue diet, an increased water-intake and hydrochlorothiazide, natremia became normal and growth resumed.

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fre

PubMed ID

747508

Citation

Palcoux, J B., et al. "[Arhinencephaly Detected By a Pitressin-sensitive Diabetes Insipidus]." Archives Francaises De Pediatrie, vol. 35, no. 9, 1978, pp. 998-1003.
Palcoux JB, Guesry P, Czernichow P, et al. [Arhinencephaly detected by a pitressin-sensitive diabetes insipidus]. Arch Fr Pediatr. 1978;35(9):998-1003.
Palcoux, J. B., Guesry, P., Czernichow, P., & Broyer, M. (1978). [Arhinencephaly detected by a pitressin-sensitive diabetes insipidus]. Archives Francaises De Pediatrie, 35(9), 998-1003.
Palcoux JB, et al. [Arhinencephaly Detected By a Pitressin-sensitive Diabetes Insipidus]. Arch Fr Pediatr. 1978;35(9):998-1003. PubMed PMID: 747508.
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