At diagnosis six of 18 diabetic children had hyponatraemia with hyperglycaemia but no signs of dehydration or lipaemia. With insulin treatment alone plasma sodium concentrations in two children returned to normal. These children do not require specific treatment to correct the hyponatraemia.
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