The association of hyperglobulinaemia with renal tubular acidosis and nephrogenic diabetes insipidus is well established. A patient with marked hyperglobulinaemia due to autoimmune chronic active hepatitis is described who presented with severe polydipsia and polyuria but had entirely normal renal tubular function indicating a primary thirst disorder.
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