ea0055wa9 | Workshop A: Disorders of the hypothalamus and pituitary (I) | SFEEU2018
, Drake William
A 31 year-old lady presented to clinic with an acute, three-week history of rapidly worsening polyuria and polydipsia. She described an eighteen month history of dysmenorrhoea with no galactorrhoea and reported no change in her vision. Her past medical history included alopecia areata one year previously from which she made a full recovery. Clinical examination was normal including full visual fields to red-pin confrontation. Biochemistry identified serum sodium of 141 mmol/l,...