hrp0084p3-1122 | Pituitary | ESPE2015
, Weerasinghe Kamal
, Gregory John
Background: In a paediatric setting polydipsia can be a commonly reported symptom which is usually innocent and habitual in nature. Diabetes Insipidus is a rare cause of pathological polydipsia. A high index of suspicion must be used in patients who exhibit other symptoms alongside polydipsia and investigations considered.Case presentation: We present three patients who have presented to a district general hospital within a short period of time with subs...