Syndrome of inappropriate antidiuretic hormone secretion is a condition in which high levels of a hormone cause the body to retain water. In this condition, the body retains water instead of excreting it normally in urine. This process upsets the body\\\\\\\'s balance of minerals called electrolytes, especially sodium. This is a medical Quiz to know more about SIADH
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Urine Specific Gravity > 1.005, Serum Sodium 122
High Serum Osmolality
Water Deprivation Test Performed
Treated With Vasopressin, Desmopressin, Or Diabenese
Result of Head Injury
Can be caused by Lithium
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