A selection of articles related to psychogenic polydipsia.
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Psychogenic Polydipsia is described in multiple online sources, as addition to our editors' articles, see section below for printable documents, Psychogenic Polydipsia books and related discussion.
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- Psychogenic polydipsia review: Etiology, differential, and treatment
- Psychogenic polydipsia (PPD), a clinical disorder character- ized by polyuria and polydipsia, is a common occurrence in inpatients with psychiatric disorders.
- COMMENTS Urinary Excretion of Aquaporin-2 Water Channel
- Differentiates Psychogenic Polydipsia from Central.
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- Heart, liver or kidney failure, specific drugs such as diuretics and anticholinergics, psychogenic polydipsia (excessive thirst), diabetes insipidus (a condition in which the kidneys are unable to conserve water) are a few possibilities.
Suggested Web Resources
- Primary polydipsia - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- Primary polydipsia or psychogenic polydipsia is a special form of polydipsia.
- psychogenic polydipsia - General Practice Notebook
- Psychogenic polydipsia is an uncommon clinical disorder characterized by excessive water-drinking in the absence of a physiologic stimulus to drink.
- psychogenic polydipsia - definition of psychogenic polydipsia in the
- excessive thirst manifested by excessive water intake.
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