The mechanism of polyuria associated with paroxysmal supraventricular tachycardia (SVT) was investigated in 8 patients. This study investigated the clinical manifestations and etiology of CDI in Taiwanese children. Toxoplasmosis is the most common opportunistic infection involving the central nervous system in patients with the acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS), representing 7-39% of the focal brain lesions found in autopsy (3). MRI coupled with endocrinology assessment is the usual method of investigation. These advances provide diagnostic and clinical tools for physicians who care for these patients. Nevertheless, an understanding of the wide variety of clinical manifestations of this multi-system condition is undeniably important given the often excellent outcomes following treatment. We analysed the disease presentation with particular regard to the manifestations that induced patients to seek medical attention and their subsequent evolution.
APS should be considered in any patient with adrenal insufficiency even in the absence of other thrombotic manifestations. Additionally, magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) of the pituitary gland has a certain differential diagnostic value as the T1- and T2-weighted imaging (WI) signals from patients with systemic NHL with pituitary involvement are low. Of all the patients with hyponatremia, 42.8% were treated by transient fluid-intake restriction due to an IH of < 130 mmol/L with or without clinical symptomatology.