We report a case of sarcoidosis and anterior pituitary failure in which frank diabetes insipidus was unmasked by glucocorticoid replacement therapy.
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Garrett, P., Langan, C., Egan, J. et al. Sarcoidosis, anterior pituitary failure, and diabetes insipidus. Ir J Med Sci 152, 136–138 (1983). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF02960054
- Luteinizing Hormone
- Diabetes Insipidus
- Thyrotrophin Release Hormone
- Luteinizing Hormone Release Hormone