[Recurrent hypoglycemia in the insulin autoimmune syndrome].


A 72-year-old man with recurrent hypoglycaemia was suspected of having an insulinoma. But several diagnostic methods (computed tomography; mesenteric and coeliac angiography; sella imaging) did not reveal any tumour. 72-hour hunger test did not precipitate any spontaneous hypoglycaemia. A falling insulin-glucose ratio spoke against an insulin-producing… (More)


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