What is the difference between ‘diuresis’ and ‘diabetes inspidus’?
Asked by shreyaschandru2002 | 21st Dec, 2018, 09:19: PM
Diuresis is the increased production of urine in the body whereas diabetes inspidus is the condition in which the urine tastes blank or bland due to no sugar in the urine.
Answered by Sivanand Patnaik | 22nd Dec, 2018, 10:53: PM
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