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Familial cerebellar ataxia and diabetes insipidus.
  1. I C Robinson,
  2. B P O'Malley,
  3. I D Young
  1. Clinical Genetics Unit, Leicester Royal Infirmary, UK.


    Two sisters are reported who both developed partial cranial diabetes insipidus in their 4th decade, followed by progressive cerebellar ataxia. This appears to be the first report of cerebellar ataxia and diabetes insipidus occurring together as a genetic entity.

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