ea0049ep871 | Clinical case reports - Pituitary/Adrenal | ECE2017
, Esteves Cesar
, Costa Maria Manuel
, Rodrigues Pedro
, Carvalho Davide
Introduction: In diabetes insipidus (DI) the serum sodium is often in the high normal range, required to provide the ongoing stimulation of thirst to replace the urinary losses. Marked hypernatremia can occur if a central lesion impairs both ADH release and thirst.Case report: A 57-year-old woman presented with dysuria, polyuria and fever. She was medicated with ciprofloxacin, however, she maintained symptoms, accompanied in the next day by nausea, vomit...