Flashcards in Endocrine - Online MedEd - Posterior pituitary Deck (13):
2 hormones to consider posterior pituitary
Syndrome of inappropriate ADH - pathophys
Lung lesion - extra ADH secretion - small cell lung cancer/pneumonia/granuloma
Brain secretes extra ADH - brain lesion
Body will reabsorb more water
Body knows it has too much water, so kidneys will turn off secretion of aldosterone
So that Na is excreted in the urine, because H2O follows Na
What does ADH do
Tells nephron to absorb more water
What happens to urine osmol and Na in SIADH?
Urine osmoles increases
Urine Na increases
Patient presentation of SIADH
Serum osmoles that are low
Hyponatremia (will be hypotonic)
Diagnostic step of SIADH
Urine Na, Urine osmoles, Serum osmoles
-Urine Na and Urine osmoles are elevated
-Serum osmoles decrease
Treatment of SIADH
-Reverse underlying disease
-i.e. treat PNA, treat TB, resect tumour
-Get excess water back to urine --> give demeclocycline (induce diabetes insipidus)
Diabetes insipidus - what is it?
Don't have glucose in urine, nothing to do with glucose
Pathophys - ADH activates ADH receptors in kidneys normally. Diabetes insidious is not enough ADH. Central or nephrogenic (demeclocycline or lithium toxicity)
-Excess water in urine, Urine osmoles are low
Break production of ADH
Break ADH receptor
DI - diagnosis?
Water deprivation test
-Is this psychogenic polydipsia?
-Differentiate central with peripheral?
-Patient comes in with very dilute urine, so at some point in test, will stop allowing water
-If it was that they were drinking too much, ADH will kick in and urine osmoles will increase!
-But if there is a problem with ADH, will not be able to absorb water and the urine osmoles will still be low
-AT this point, give them ADH --> this is central DI!
-If give ADH, kidney can't respond --> so nephrogenic
Patient presentation of DI
Normal blood glucose
No glucose in urine (DM - excess glucose in urine, which draws water out!)