What should be done in an operating room when an insulinoma cannot be found?

@article{Rostambeigi2009WhatSB,
  title={What should be done in an operating room when an insulinoma cannot be found?},
  author={Nassir Rostambeigi and G Thompson},
  journal={Clinical endocrinology},
  year={2009},
  volume={70 4},
  pages={512-5}
}
Insulinoma is the most common (functioning) islet cell tumour of the pancreas and is highly curable with accurate localization and precise extirpation of the often benign, solitary lesion. Although previous reports describe high success rates without pre-operative localization, more recent recognition of the overlap among causes of endogenous hyperinsulinism, coupled with the deleterious long-term effects of blind distal pancreatectomy and re-operation, mandate the need for precise pre… CONTINUE READING