A 29-year-old female asked:
What's the lab name of the test that would tell me if i had a problem with the adh (vasopressin)? i'm getting tested for other things & want to make sure it's there
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Palliative Care 28 years experience
Several tests needed: You need several tests (blood and urine) to confirm that a patient has a problem with antidiuretic hormone, including urine osmolarity, serum osmolarity, urine sodium, serum sodium, urine specific gravity. A CT of the head may also be needed.
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Last updated Jul 26, 2014
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