Diabetes Insipidus Practical Facts

Learning Objectives:

What is DI?
Who is at risk of DI?
The difference between central ( pituitary) and nephrogenic ( kidney) DI?
DI look alike : what else could it be?
How can your doctor help you deal with DI?



Presenter Bio

Luma Ghalib MD F.A.C.E. finished her medical school at the Baghdad University. After graduating, she moved with her husband to New Zealand where she did her initial training at Auckland Healthcare, New Zealand. Dr. Ghalib finished her endocrinology training in Chicago. She then worked with Mary Washington Healthcare in Virginia as a consultant endocrinologist. Dr. Ghalib joined The Ohio State University in 2013. She has been working closely with the neurosurgery and the ENT team to create the state-of-the-art Skull Base and Pituitary Clinic. She has a special interest in treating Acromegaly, Cushing’s and other pituitary disorder. She is a member of the Endocrine Society, the Pituitary Network Association and the Pituitary Society.


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