Polyuria - Symptoms | Pediatric Oncall
Last Updated : 10/1/2014
Kumud P Mehta
Clinically, polyuria due to pathological condition can present with irritability, failure to thrive, fever due to dehydration, excessive thirst, mental retardation, and seizures due to hypernatremia. Older children present with nocturnal enuresis or bedwetting.

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Kumud P Mehta
Consultant Pediatrician & Pediatric Nephrologist, Jaslok Hospital & Research Centre, Bai Jerbai Wadia Hospital for children, Mumbai, India.

First Created : 1/9/2002
Last Updated : 10/1/2014


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