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J. Clin. Med., Volume 6, Issue 11 (November 2017)
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Cover Story (view full-size image) We have not infrequently found water retention and hyponatremia in non-endocrine disorders. [...] Read more. We have not infrequently found water retention and hyponatremia in non-endocrine disorders. Sustained elevation of arginine vasopressin is profoundly involved in pathogenesis of impaired water excretion. If hyponatremia is a consequence of water retention in edematous diseases, hyponatremia predicts their long-term outcome. The present review summarizes recent understanding of pathological role of exaggerated release of arginine vasopressin in non-endocrine disorders. View this paper