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Minerva Medicolegale 2012 March;132(1):31-41

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Diabetes insipidus: critical aspects and evaluation protocols. Introduction

Cassolaro S.

Specialista in Medicina Legale, Torino, Italia

The work of the medical-legal in civil milieu entails the need to face post-traumatic or surgical or internal medicine diseases related to different specializations. The decision to address the medical-legal issues related to the approach of diabetes insipidus, especially as regards the assessment of percentage of permanent damage, it is derived as often happens from the very practical need to face one or more cases encountered during their work. The baremés in the literature, both in Italy and abroad, essentially “cover” the needs of evaluation in most cases, not forgetting that, except for specific cases, most of the tables are only indicative. Needless to hide like, especially in diseases of interest in internal medicine, the assessments suggested showing the bands or with the clarification of “up to”. Obviously, a scientific contribution, moreover divided into two parts, can devote to a specific clinical picture, trying to analyze the possibility of using the criteria and evaluation factors that grant the forensic the opportunity to identify the best residual permanent posthumous. Diabetes insipidus is a disease with different etiology and interesting variety of clinical specialties in both the internal medicine or surgical; there are extremely large scenarios of gravity; they can switch between the pathological and compensated cases with excellent stability, others frankly disabling. This contribution takes the introductory value.

language: Italian


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