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What three drugs cause Nephrogenic DI?
Demeclocycline
Lithium
Methoxyfluorane
What drug is used to evaluate ACTH deficiency?
Metyrapone
What does metyrapone do?
inhibits 11-hydroxylase
decreases cortisol

so elicits response of increase ACTH normally if hypofysis is working
What does an increase in ACTH w/ metyrapone tell you?
hypophysis is good
Adenal Gland is not functioning
What does a decrease in ACTH w/ metyrapone tell you?
hypopysis is not functioning and is the problem w/ ACTH deficiency
- hypophysis origin of problem