Pediatr Surg ; Brain imaging fi ndings in neonatal hypoglycemia: Case report and review of 23 cases. Clin Pediatr ; Gac Med Mex ; Anlauf MW, Klopperl G. Diffuse nesiodioblastosis in adults and insulinota; can they be associated?

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Pediatr Surg ; Brain imaging fi ndings in neonatal hypoglycemia: Case report and review of 23 cases. Clin Pediatr ; Gac Med Mex ; Anlauf MW, Klopperl G. Diffuse nesiodioblastosis in adults and insulinota; can they be associated? Am J Surg Pathol ; Hussain K, Anynsley GA.

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Insulinomas are the most common cause of hypoglycemia associated with endogenous hyperinsulinism. The episodic nature of hypoglycemic attack is due to the intermittent insulin secretion by the tumor. In adults, biological and biochemical confirmation of pathology like finding your location should be performed after resolution of hypoglycemic episodes. The diagnosis of insulinoma can be challenging, psychiatric or neurological disorders are diagnosed incorrectly before reaching identifying tumor cells of pancreatic islets.


Hiperinsulinismo endógeno diagnosticado como epilepsia

Background: Congenital hyperinsulinism is a disease of the glucose metabolism, relevant in pediatric endocrinology because of the elevated production of insulin according to blood glucose level, which leads to persistent severe hypoglycemia. This condition can produce important neurological sequelae in the patient due to the irreversible damage that occurs in the neuron caused by the exposure to hypoglycemia for short periods of time. Congenital hyperinsulinism diagnosis is not simple and it requires a high index of suspicion. The treatment should be established sequentially, in several steps, noticing the response to each possible medication used. If the pharmacological management fails, surgical procedures are required occasionally.


Perspectivas actuales en el tratamiento del hiperinsulinismo congénito

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Persistent neonatal hypoglycaemia : a clinical case treated with octreotide. ISSN Neonatal hyperinsulinism is the most common form of persistent hypoglycaemia during the first year of life. There is an inappropriate oversecretion of insulin in the presence of hypoglycaemia due to a dysfunction of the sulphonylurea receptor in the pancreatic beta-cell. When the diagnosis was confirmed, medical treatment with octreotide was started. After 72 hours of treatment it was possible to decrease the glucose infusion, which was discontinued at 6 weeks.

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