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Case Report

Diabetes Insipidus as a Complication of Wegener's Granulomatosis and Its Treatment with Biologic Agents

Figure 1

(a) Sagital volumetric interpolated breath hold examination (VIBE) image demonstrating enlarged pituitary with loss of T1W increased signal in the posterior pituitary lobe consistent with diabetes insipidus. (b) Coronal T1W image demonstrating the enlarged pituitary in relation to the optic chiasm. OC : optic chiasm and P : pituitary.

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