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Question SIADH; Euvolemic or Hypervolemic

Does SIADH cause :

euvolemic hyponatremia or hypervolemic hyponatremia ?
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Definitely Euvolemic
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Then, Kaplan Qbank is messing up?
I've just got a question wrong on that! It says the high activity of ADH traps water, causing increased intravascular volume.
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Then, Kaplan Qbank is messing up?
I've just got a question wrong on that! It says the high activity of ADH traps water, causing increased intravascular volume.
Please post the full question and it's explanation so that we can discuss it appropriately, I think that sometimes they play with the wording of the question.
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