Syndrome of inappropriate antidiuresis
(SIAD) results from excessive secretion of vasopressin (antidiuretic hormone) or increased response by the kidneys to vasopressin.
Regulation of arginine vasopressin in the syndrome of inappropriate antidiuresis
Atrazine has a potential to cause many acute health issues in humans, including muscle spasms, hypotension, antidiuresis
, adrenal degeneration, and congestion of heart, lungs, and kidneys (U.
While the function of the coelacanth Aqp2-like channels remains unknown, the physiological role of the Aqp2-like channels in lungfishes is to promote antidiuresis
during terrestrial estivation in a manner entirely synonymous with the arginine-vasoticin-induced regulation of AQP2 channels in the kidneys of modern tetrapods (Konno et al.
Sex differences in vasopressin V2 receptor expression and vasopressin-induced antidiuresis
The mechanism of antidiuresis
associated with the administration of hydrochlorothiazide to patients with vasopressin-resistant diabetes insipidus.
5) The rapid change of dose of anticonvulsant drugs influences the arginine-vasopressin fluid homeostasis systems and may be a contributory factor to the development of vasogenic oedema by disequilibrium owing to a syndrome of inappropriate antidiuresis
The syndrome of inappropriate antidiuresis
is a diagnosis of exclusion that can be established only if diuretic use and adrenal, thyroid, and pituitary insufficiency are excluded.
Urine osmolalities were less than maximally dilute (> 100 mOsm/L) with measurable levels of AVP, indicating antidiuresis
as the proximate cause of the dilutional hyponatremia.
Often we see patients catheterized post-operatively or postpartum when they did not void when expected; often the patient did not void because of insufficient urine production due to postoperative antidiuresis
or relative hypotension.
is mediated by V2 receptors detectable on the basolateral membrane of principal cells in the collecting ducts (Kirk, 1988; Leite & Suki, 1990), luminal membrane cells of terminal inner medullary collecting ducts (Nonguchi et al.