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Antidiuretic hormone is excreted by the pituitary gland. Patients with pituitary tumors may experience syndrome of inappropriate antidiuretic hormone which results in an increase in total blood volume and more concentrated urine (elevated USG). This increase in blood volume results in relative hyponatremia which can lead to neurological symptoms.
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