Renal Hormones

- See Table 5-7 for a summary of renal hormones (see Chapter 7 for a discussion of hormones).

Table 5-6. Summary of ADH Pathophysiology

1° polydipsia

Serum ADH

Central diabetes I insipidus

Nephrogenic T (because of diabetes insipidus increased plasma osmolarity)

Water deprivation T

SIADH TT

Serum Osmolarity/ Serum [Na+]

Decreased

Urine

Urine Flow

Osmolarity Rate Ch2o Hyposmotic High Positive

Increased (because Hyposmotic High Positive of excretion of too much H20)

Increased (because Hyposmotic High Positive of excretion of too much H20)

High-normal

Hyperosmotic Low Negative

Decreased (because Hyperosmotic Low Negative of reabsorption of too much H20)

ADH = antidiuretic hormone; Ch2o = free-water clearance; SIADH = syndrome of inappropriate antidiuretic hormone.

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