Help us increase the medical field’s knowledge of CDI by participating in this short five-minute anonymous survey. An international team of researchers will collect the patient data to help physicians and patients understand how to manage DI and desmopressin safely. The results will be summarized in multiple publications and on this webpage.
If you or your child have Central Diabetes Insipidus, we invite you to participate. Your input is invaluable.
About the Survey
The DImond Survey assesses the characteristics of patients with central diabetes insipidus (DI) from diagnosis to management of the condition.
Diabetes insipidus is a condition characterized by large volumes of unconcentrated urine, resulting in severe dehydration unless there is a compensating intake of fluids. The central form of diabetes insipidus is due to a deficiency in the hormone arginine vasopressin (AVP) in the posterior pituitary gland. Read about the organizations and researchers sponsoring this important initiative.
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