Chronic and sustained hypernatremia, absence of thirst, diabetes insipidus, and adrenocorticotrophin insufficiency resulting from widespread destruction of the hypothalamus.

@article{Avioli1962ChronicAS,
  title={Chronic and sustained hypernatremia, absence of thirst, diabetes insipidus, and adrenocorticotrophin insufficiency resulting from widespread destruction of the hypothalamus.},
  author={Louis V. Avioli and L. E. Earley and Haskins K. Kashima},
  journal={Annals of internal medicine},
  year={1962},
  volume={56},
  pages={
          131-40
        }
}

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