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MCV/Q, Medical College of Virginia Quarterly
We have reviewed some of the features of hyponatremic syndromes, unassociated with sodium retention and edema, but associated with primary water retention. The syndromes were probably caused by excessive vasopressin activity, in the presence of normal circulatory, renal and adreno-cortical function. Underlying diseases, including bronchogenic carcinoma, head injury, and tuberculous meningitis, illustrated the diverse etiologic bases of this condition.
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