Diabetes insipidus, a disorder that is charecterized by intense thirst even after drinking fluids and excretion of large amounts of polyuria. Diabetes insipidus occurs mainly when individuals body can't regulate how it handles fluids. Generally, kidneys remove excess body fluids from bloodstream. This fluid waste is stored temporarily in bladder as urine, before urinating it. When your fluid regulation system is working properly, your kidneys make less urine when your body water is decreased, such as through perspiration, to conserve fluid. Treatment of diabetes insipidus depends on what form of the condition is persisting in an individual.
There are several journals that publish the papers of diabetes insipidus. Among these several journals one of them is Journal of Steroids & Hormonal Sciences. The journal is peer reviewed, freely accessible to the readers throughout the world.
Last date updated on July, 2014