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A case of Osmotic demyelination syndrome despite normal rate of Sodium correction with good recovery


The Osmotic demyelination syndrome (ODS) primarily occurs with rapid correction of severe hyponatraemia that has been present for more than two or three days. Some patients are, however at risk and can develop ODS at higher sodium concentration and lower rates of correction. A case of Osmotic demyelination Syndrome which developed despite…

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