Case Reports in Neurological Medicine / 2020 / Article / Tab 1

Case Report

Neurosarcoidosis Presentation as Adipsic Diabetes Insipidus Secondary to a Pituitary Stalk Lesion and Association with Anti-NMDA Receptor Antibodies

Table 1

Serum and urinary sodium levels, osmolarity, urinary volume, and calculated electrolyte-free water excretion during hospitalization. Desmopressin was administered from day 5 according to requirements.

Day 1Day 2Day 3Day 4Day 5Day 7Day 9Day 11Day 13Day 15Day 17Day 20Day 23Day 25

Serum Na (mEq/L)180170165163157164156151147152149139142135
Urinary Na (mEq/L)20175983317113501701272965188
Serum osm (mOsm/l)366345336331326337317307299308306284272276
Urinary osm (mOsm/l)21934238022585574339580305512750144290474
Urinary volume (lts)11.252341.852.51.81.51.922.821.5
EFWE (lts)0.8050.8881.4682.523.3−0.561.21−0.2390.613−0.42−121.09−1.16

Na, sodium; Osm, osmolarity; EFWE, electrolyte-free water excretion.

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