Insufficiency of antidiuretic hormone

An insufficiency of ADH (antidiuretic hormone) can cause an individual to develop diabetes insipidus. What do you predict the clinical manifestations of this disease to be? Your answer is the change compared to normal, resting values.
answer the following according to the above statement.
Urine volume:
Select one:
1. Higher
2. Lower
3. No change
Hydration status:
Select one:
1. Higher (excess accumulation/retention)
2. Lower (dehydration)
3. No change
Plasma osmolarity:
Select one:
1. Higher
2. Lower
3. No change
Urine osmolarity:
Select one:
1. Higher
2. Lower
3. No change

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