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Vasopressin-Resistant Diabetes Insipidus

Vasopressin-Resistant Diabetes Insipidus Abstract In 1947 Williams and Henry1 introduced the term "nephrogenic" to describe a form of diabetes insipidus in patients whose symptoms were not relieved by the administration of vasopressin. The disease had been mentioned in 1923 by Veil,2 who noted the same lack of response in some of his patients. The published literature until 1945 describing this type of diabetes insipidus (as well as the ordinary type in which vasopressin is effective) was reviewed by Forssman,3 who also included eight cases of his own. The supposition that the kidney was at fault was made by Williams and Henry1 on the basis that renal function was found to be somewhat impaired in the patient whom they studied. They found the renal plasma flow (R. P. F.), the maximal tubular excretion (Tm) of iodopyracet (Diodrast), and the urea clearance to be low, in addition to subnormal renal concentrating powers References 1. Williams, R. H., and Henry C.: Nephrogenic Diabetes Insipidus transmitted by Females and Appearing During Infancy in Males , Ann. Int. Med. 27:84, 1947.Crossref 2. Veil, W. H.: Physiologie und Pathologie des Wasserhaushaltes , Ergebn. inn. Med. u. Kinderh. 23:648, 1923. 3. Forssman, H.: On Hereditary Diabetes Insipidus with Special Regard to a Sex-Linked Form , Acta med. scandinav. Supp. 159:1, 1945. 4. Waring, A. J.; Kajdi, L., and Tappan, V.: A Congenital Defect of Water Metabolism , Am. J. Dis. Child. 69:323, 1945. 5. Dancis, J.; Birmingham, J. R., and Leslie, S. H.: Congenital Diabetes Insipidus Resistant to Treatment with Pitressin , Am. J. Dis. Child. 75:316, 1948. 6. MacDonald, W. B.: Congenital Nephrogenic Diabetes Insipidus , M. J. Australia 2:32, 1953. 7. Kao, M. Y. C., and Steiner, M. M.: Diabetes Insipidus in Infancy Resistant to Pitressin , Pediatrics 12:400, 1953. 8. Guard, H. L.: Pitressin Resistant Diabetes Insipidus: Nephrogenic Function Defect; Report of Case , M. Bull. U. S. Army Europe 10:185, 1953. 9. Luder, J., and Burnett, D.: A Congenital Renal Tubular Defect , Arch. Dis. Childhood 29: 44, 1954.Crossref 10. MacDonald, W. B.: Congenital Pitressin Resistant Diabetes Insipidus of Renal Origin , Pediatrics 15:298, 1955. 11. West, J. R., and Kramer, J. G.: Nephrogenic Diabetes Insipidus , Pediatrics 15:424, 1955. 12. Maggi, R.; Garcia Diaz, C. J., and Vecchio, H.: Diabetes insipida resistente al Pitressin en un niño de años , Semana méd. 106:1, 1955. 13. Gautier, E., and Prader, A.: Un Cas de diabete insipide nephrogene chez un nourrisson, avec absence initiale de soif (diabete insipide occulte) , Helvet. paediat. acta 11:1, 1956. 14. Hillman, D. A.; Neyzi, O.; Porter, P.; Cushman, A., and Talbot, N. B.: Renal (Vasopressin-Resistant) Diabetes Insipidus , Pediatrics 21: 430, 1958. 15. Kirman, B.; Black, J. A.; Wilkinson, R. H., and Evans, P. R.: Familial Pitressin-Resistant Diabetes Insipidus with Mental Defect , Arch. Dis. Childhood 31:59, 1956.Crossref 16. Ellborg, A., and Forssman, H.: Nephrogenic Diabetes Insipidus in Children , Acta paediat. 44: 209, 1955.Crossref 17. Boer, M. A.: Nephrogenic Diabetes Insipidus, Kinderklin. report , Maandschr. kindergeneesk . 24:204, 1956. 18. Walker, N. F., and Rance, C. P.: Inheritance of Nephrogenic Diabetes Insipidus , Am. J. Human Genet. 6:354, 1954. 19. Forssman, H.: Form of Diabetes Insipidus Characterized by Sex-Linked Inheritance and Unresponsiveness to the Antidiuretic Hormone: New Genotypic Entity , Acta endocrinol. 16:355, 1954. 20. Cannon, J. F.: Diabetes Insipidus , A. M. A. Arch. Int. Med. 96:215, 1955.Crossref 21. Carter, C., and Simpkiss, M.: The Carrier State in Nephrogenic Diabetes Insipidus , Lancet 2:1069, 1956.Crossref 22. Jonxis, J. H., and Huisman, T. H.: The Renal Element in Rachitic Amino-Aciduria , Lancet 2:513, 1954.Crossref 23. Jonxis, J. H., and Huisman, T. H.: Amino Aciduria in Ascorbic Acid Deficiency , Pediatrics 14:238, 1954. 24. Lathem, W.; Baker, K., and Bradley, E. S.: Urinary Amino Acid Excretion in Renal Disease with Observations on the Fanconi Syndrome , Am. J. Med. 18:249, 1955.Crossref 25. Kaplan, S. A.; Yuceoglu, A. M., and Strauss, J.: Unpublished observations. 26. Wilkins, L.: The Diagnosis and Treatment of Endocrine Disorders in Childhood and Adolescence , Ed. 2, Springfield, Ill., Charles C Thomas, Publisher, 1957. 27. Brodsky, W. A., and Rapoport, S.: The Mechanism of Polyuria of Diabetes Insipidus in Man , J. Clin. Invest. 30:282, 1951.Crossref http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png A.M.A. Journal of Diseases of Children American Medical Association

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Abstract In 1947 Williams and Henry1 introduced the term "nephrogenic" to describe a form of diabetes insipidus in patients whose symptoms were not relieved by the administration of vasopressin. The disease had been mentioned in 1923 by Veil,2 who noted the same lack of response in some of his patients. The published literature until 1945 describing this type of diabetes insipidus (as well as the ordinary type in which vasopressin is effective) was reviewed by Forssman,3 who also included eight cases of his own. The supposition that the kidney was at fault was made by Williams and Henry1 on the basis that renal function was found to be somewhat impaired in the patient whom they studied. They found the renal plasma flow (R. P. F.), the maximal tubular excretion (Tm) of iodopyracet (Diodrast), and the urea clearance to be low, in addition to subnormal renal concentrating powers References 1. Williams, R. H., and Henry C.: Nephrogenic Diabetes Insipidus transmitted by Females and Appearing During Infancy in Males , Ann. Int. Med. 27:84, 1947.Crossref 2. Veil, W. H.: Physiologie und Pathologie des Wasserhaushaltes , Ergebn. inn. Med. u. Kinderh. 23:648, 1923. 3. Forssman, H.: On Hereditary Diabetes Insipidus with Special Regard to a Sex-Linked Form , Acta med. scandinav. Supp. 159:1, 1945. 4. Waring, A. J.; Kajdi, L., and Tappan, V.: A Congenital Defect of Water Metabolism , Am. J. Dis. Child. 69:323, 1945. 5. Dancis, J.; Birmingham, J. R., and Leslie, S. H.: Congenital Diabetes Insipidus Resistant to Treatment with Pitressin , Am. J. Dis. Child. 75:316, 1948. 6. MacDonald, W. B.: Congenital Nephrogenic Diabetes Insipidus , M. J. Australia 2:32, 1953. 7. Kao, M. Y. C., and Steiner, M. M.: Diabetes Insipidus in Infancy Resistant to Pitressin , Pediatrics 12:400, 1953. 8. Guard, H. L.: Pitressin Resistant Diabetes Insipidus: Nephrogenic Function Defect; Report of Case , M. Bull. U. S. Army Europe 10:185, 1953. 9. Luder, J., and Burnett, D.: A Congenital Renal Tubular Defect , Arch. Dis. Childhood 29: 44, 1954.Crossref 10. MacDonald, W. B.: Congenital Pitressin Resistant Diabetes Insipidus of Renal Origin , Pediatrics 15:298, 1955. 11. West, J. R., and Kramer, J. G.: Nephrogenic Diabetes Insipidus , Pediatrics 15:424, 1955. 12. Maggi, R.; Garcia Diaz, C. J., and Vecchio, H.: Diabetes insipida resistente al Pitressin en un niño de años , Semana méd. 106:1, 1955. 13. Gautier, E., and Prader, A.: Un Cas de diabete insipide nephrogene chez un nourrisson, avec absence initiale de soif (diabete insipide occulte) , Helvet. paediat. acta 11:1, 1956. 14. Hillman, D. A.; Neyzi, O.; Porter, P.; Cushman, A., and Talbot, N. B.: Renal (Vasopressin-Resistant) Diabetes Insipidus , Pediatrics 21: 430, 1958. 15. Kirman, B.; Black, J. A.; Wilkinson, R. H., and Evans, P. R.: Familial Pitressin-Resistant Diabetes Insipidus with Mental Defect , Arch. Dis. Childhood 31:59, 1956.Crossref 16. Ellborg, A., and Forssman, H.: Nephrogenic Diabetes Insipidus in Children , Acta paediat. 44: 209, 1955.Crossref 17. Boer, M. A.: Nephrogenic Diabetes Insipidus, Kinderklin. report , Maandschr. kindergeneesk . 24:204, 1956. 18. Walker, N. F., and Rance, C. P.: Inheritance of Nephrogenic Diabetes Insipidus , Am. J. Human Genet. 6:354, 1954. 19. Forssman, H.: Form of Diabetes Insipidus Characterized by Sex-Linked Inheritance and Unresponsiveness to the Antidiuretic Hormone: New Genotypic Entity , Acta endocrinol. 16:355, 1954. 20. Cannon, J. F.: Diabetes Insipidus , A. M. A. Arch. Int. Med. 96:215, 1955.Crossref 21. Carter, C., and Simpkiss, M.: The Carrier State in Nephrogenic Diabetes Insipidus , Lancet 2:1069, 1956.Crossref 22. Jonxis, J. H., and Huisman, T. H.: The Renal Element in Rachitic Amino-Aciduria , Lancet 2:513, 1954.Crossref 23. Jonxis, J. H., and Huisman, T. H.: Amino Aciduria in Ascorbic Acid Deficiency , Pediatrics 14:238, 1954. 24. Lathem, W.; Baker, K., and Bradley, E. S.: Urinary Amino Acid Excretion in Renal Disease with Observations on the Fanconi Syndrome , Am. J. Med. 18:249, 1955.Crossref 25. Kaplan, S. A.; Yuceoglu, A. M., and Strauss, J.: Unpublished observations. 26. Wilkins, L.: The Diagnosis and Treatment of Endocrine Disorders in Childhood and Adolescence , Ed. 2, Springfield, Ill., Charles C Thomas, Publisher, 1957. 27. Brodsky, W. A., and Rapoport, S.: The Mechanism of Polyuria of Diabetes Insipidus in Man , J. Clin. Invest. 30:282, 1951.Crossref

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A.M.A. Journal of Diseases of ChildrenAmerican Medical Association

Published: Mar 1, 1959

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