Postprandial reactive hypoglycemia.

  title={Postprandial reactive hypoglycemia.},
  author={J F Brun and Christine F{\'e}dou and J Mercier},
  journal={Diabetes & metabolism},
  volume={26 5},
Postprandial reactive hypoglycemia (PRH) can be diagnosed if sympathetic and neuroglucopenic symptoms develop concurrently with low blood sugar (<3.3 mmol). Neither the oral glucose tolerance test (OGTT) nor mixed meals are suitable for this diagnosis, due to respectively false positive and false negative results. They should be replaced by ambulatory glycemic control or, as recently proposed, an hyperglucidic breakfast test. PRH patients often suffer from an associated adrenergic hormone… CONTINUE READING

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