ea0028p153 | Neoplasia, cancer and late effects | SFEBES2012
, Majumdar Kalpita
, Russell Sabina
Introduction: Cranial diabetes insipidus (DI) is a rare presenting complication of acute myeloid leukaemia (AML) or myelodysplasia, usually associated with complex cytogenetics. We report the case of a patient previously treated with cytotoxic therapy who presented with DI and AML. Case report: A 39 year old male presented with a three month history of lethargy, fatigue, and breathlessness. He also reported a ten day history of acute onset polydipsia and polyuria. He had been ...