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Polydipsia


Polydipsia is a medical symptom in which the patient displays excessive thirst. The word derives from the Greek πολυδιψία, which is derived from πολύς + δίψα . An etymologically related term is dipsomaniac, meaning an alcoholic.
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Primary polydipsia or psychogenic polydipsia is a special form of polydipsia. It is usually associated with a patient's increasing fluid intake due to the sensation of having a dry mouth.
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Increased thirst; Polydipsia; Excessive thirst. Definition Return to top ... Psychogenic polydipsia, the result of a mental disorder. Home Care Return to top ...
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Medical information about Diabetes Mellitus, Type 2, Type 1, and Metabolic Disorders treatment and medications. ... Polydipsia occurs, for example, in ...
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Polydipsia occurs when the thirst center in the anterior hypothalamus is stimulated. • In most patients, polydipsia occurs as a compensatory response to polyuria to ...
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Polydipsia is a sign or symptom indicating, due to lack of sufficient insulin, ... Polydipsia & Polyuria in Dogs-Petplace.com ...
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List of 26 causes of Polydipsia, alternative diagnoses, rare causes, misdiagnoses, patient stories, and much more. ... POLYDIPSIA (Differential Diagnosis in ...
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Brief and Straightforward Guide: What is Polydipsia? ... Polydipsia is a symptom of different conditions, but is not in itself a disease. ...
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Information about polydipsia in the free online English dictionary and ... polydipsia - excessive thirst (as in cases of diabetes or kidney dysfunction) ...
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Definition of polydipsia from the Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary with audio pronunciations, thesaurus, Word of the Day, and word games.
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Psychogenic polydipsia (compulsive water drinking) ... This cause of polyuria and polydipsia is managed by discontinuing the offending ...
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The term polydipsia refers to excessive thirst manifested by excessive water ... Polydipsia and polyuria are early signs of several diseases, including: Kidney ...
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