Debré-Marie syndrome II
- Debré-Julien Marie syndrome
A no longer commonly used term for the combination of dwarfism and disordered water metabolism with sexual infantilism.
A no longer commonly used term for the combination of dwarfism and disordered water metabolism with sexual infantilism. It is marked by excessive hydrophilia of the body, oligodypsia, oliguria, retarded water elimination, and high density of urine.
- R. Debré, J. Marie:
Nanisme avec hypertrophie des organes génitaux, oligodypsie et hyperhydrophilie.
Bulletins et memoires de la Société medicale des hôpitaux de Paris, 1938-1939, 54: 1347-1358.
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