The variable presentation and paucity of physical signs in idiopathic oedema may commonly delay diagnosis. The resultant unnecessary investigations and hazardous treatment are described for six patients. The management of these patients is discussed in the light of the current controversy concerning the role of diuretics in the pathophysiology of this condition.
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