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GOBIND GILL Vasopressin
Background Hypothalamus Pituitary Gland Stimulii Functions Water retention in kidney Blood vessel constriction
Regulation in Kidney
Regulation in Kidney
Site of Action in Kidney
Mechanism of Action
Mechanism of Action
Mechanism of action
Vasopressin-Related Disorders Central diabetes insipidus Thirst Dehydration Large volume of dilute urine Treatment: desmopressin Hyponatremia Low blood osmolarity Increased water retention Side effects: headache, nausea vomiting, fatigue, loss of apetite Treatment: VR2 agonist
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1 Endocrine Involvement: 1. ADH antidiuretic hormone (vasopressin) is a peptide hormone secreted by the pituitary gland regulates the amount of water excreted.
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