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Oral desmopressin in neonatal diabetes insipidus.
  1. S M Stick,
  2. P R Betts
  1. Princess Anne Maternity Hospital, Southampton.


    A neonate with cranial diabetes insipidus was successfully treated with oral desmopressin. The patient had a midline cleft lip and palate and we obtained a more consistent response using the oral route than using the usual nasal route.

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