Diseases

Tasteless Diabetes: Sources and Notes

Author: Nathalie Mathieu.
Expert consultant: Pr Philippe Chanson, Head of the Endocrinology Department, Bicêtre Hospital, Kremlin-Bicêtre.

Sources:

- Diabetes insipidus, NIH publication, No. 08-4620, last updated March 2012.
- Bichet DG: Diabetes insipidus, pp 995-1013. In: Song P. and Young J., (Eds). Treaty of Endocrinology, Flammarion Medicine-Sciences, Paris, 2007.

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