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Cliical History PROFESSOR RUSSELL FRASER (1): We are going to consider a 12-year-old boy (fig. la) who came to this hospital in February 1971 because of abnormal behaviour, poor growth, and refusal of both food and liquids. When he was 10 years and 4 months old he had a period of polyuria and polydipsia with about 10 pints (5-7 1.) intake per day, for which he was admitted to another hospital, where diabetes insipidus was diagnosed. He had haemo-concentrated serum (Na 147 mN). After 8 hours'doi:10.1136/bmj.3.5873.214 fatcat:l52pbby7nzgsle5cv74ts2dbea