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Diabetes insipidus is a disorder of water balance. The animal is unable to concentrate urine, so the urine volume is very high and the urine is dilute. There are two types of diabetes insipidus: Central Diabetes Insipidus, caused when the pituitary gland does not secrete enough antidiuretic hormone ...

Author(s)
Ederli, B. B.; Rocha, A. de A.; Guidi, R. C.; Rodrigues, B. G.; Ederli, N. B.
Publisher
Sociedade de Medicina Veterinaria do Rio de Janeiro, Rio de Janerio, Brazil
Citation
Revista Brasileira de Medicina Veterinária, 2009, 31, 1, pp 43-45
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Author(s)
Behrend, E. N.
Publisher
Veterinary Healthcare Communications, Lenexa, USA
Citation
Veterinary Medicine, 2002, 97, 10, pp 753-756, 758, 760-761
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Author(s)
Camy, G.
Citation
Point Vétérinaire, 1988, 20, 114, pp 49-52
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Primary adipsia and defective osmoreceptor function were diagnosed in a 7-month-old female Minature Schnauzer. Also, the dog was noted to be dehydrated and to have chronic hypernatraemia. On several occasions the dog's urine osmolality:plasma osmolality was >4. The dog had inappropriate responses...

Author(s)
Crawford, M. A.; Kittleson, M. D.; Fink, G. D.
Citation
Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association, 1984, 184, 7, pp 818-821
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Author(s)
Hankinson, R. K.
Citation
Veterinary Record, 1977, 100, 22, pp 477
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Author(s)
Welshman, M. D.
Citation
Veterinary Record, 1977, 100, 24, pp 518
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Results, in four dogs, were unsatisfactory, possibly because of the almost total destruction of pancreatic beta cells. The drug had no ill effects on the digestive tract, skin, blood picture or nervous system but it had an adverse effect on the liver, kidneys and plasma proteins.-T.E.G.R.

Author(s)
Mastrangelo, P.
Publisher
Napoli.,
Citation
Acta Medica Veterinaria (Napoli), 1964, 10, pp 13-14
Abstract

Diabetes was diagnosed in 77 dogs and five cats in the Small Animal Clinic at Uppsala between 1975 and 1979. Most of the dogs were six years old or over. When 58 were treated with insulin, 17 died or had to be destroyed in less than a week, usually because of complications. One cat was treated with ...

Author(s)
Eliasson, L.; Olson, P.
Citation
Svensk Veterinartidning, 33, 10, pp 283-287

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