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The syndrome of inappropriate antidiuretic hormone secretion

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      Summary

      Two cases of inappropriate antidiuretic hormone secretion are described occurring in previously fit patients undergoing fairly major maxillofacial surgery. In one case the diagnosis was confirmed by direct measurement of plasma antidiuretic hormone.

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