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547 Possible Causes for Recurrent Hypoglycemia

  • Hypoglycemia

    They can cause hypoglycemia, albeit uncommonly. A 14-year-old girl with type 1 diabetes mellitus presented with recurrent hypoglycemia.[] Recurrent hypoglycemia attenuates the function of the central, mainly hypothalamic, nervous system and it causes an impaired awareness of hypoglycemia.[] hypoglycemia.[]

  • Diabetes Mellitus with Hypoglycemia

    recurrent hypoglycemia.[] . 13 Consequences of chronic recurrent hypoglycemia The existence of a link between recurrent severe hypoglycemic events and impaired cognitive function is an issue of debate[] Group 1 drivers are considerer unfit to drive if they have severe or recurrent hypoglycemia.[]

  • Common Cold

    […] episodes, the presence of the disorder in siblings, frequent hypoglycemia, cardiac enlargement, and muscle weakness.[] […] majority of these inherited disorders are specific enzymatic defects that commonly become evident before the age of three years. 4-7 These disorders are characterized by recurrent[]

  • Factitious Hypoglycemia

    A 20-year-old male military paramedic was referred to our emergency department for investigation of recurrent hypoglycemia episodes during the previous months.[] We describe a boy with recurrent hypoglycemic coma in whom the diagnosis of factitious hypoglycemia was delayed as it is believed to be nonexistent in our community.[] We emphasize that in all patients with recurrent hypoglycemia, estimation of C-peptide and insulin should be performed even when the clinical settings are not in favor of[]

  • Neonatal Hypoglycemia

    Recurrent hypoglycemia also was a more predictable factor for long-term effects than the severity of a single hypoglycemic episode.[] The different types of neonatal hypoglycemia were as follows: four patients had transitional-adaptive, seven classic transient, two secondary-associated, and two severe recurrent[] Cortical visual deficits were seen in a significant proportion of patients with recurrent hypoglycemia and were correlated significantly with low mesial occipital apparent[]

  • Acute Alcohol Intoxication

    Symptoms vary among patients but are usually the same for a particular patient with each recurrence.[] Usually clinical Acute intoxication: BAC, evaluation to rule out hypoglycemia and occult trauma and possible co-ingestion Chronic use: CBC, magnesium, liver function tests[]

  • Insulin Resistance

    Abstract Autoantibodies directed against specific epitopes in the insulin receptor are rarely the cause of either recurrent hypoglycemia or a severe form of insulin resistance[] The dose of prednisolone was tapered to 30 mg/day without recurrence of hypoglycemia and proteinuria.[] It is tempting to speculate that the late posthypoglycemic insulin resistance originates as a defensive mechanism to protect against recurrence of hypoglycemia after recent[]

  • Nesidioblastosis

    A 34- yr-old man presented in 1992 with symptoms of recurrent hypoglycemia. Laboratory and imaging findings were consistent with insulinoma.[] A second patient had profound hyperinsulinemic hypoglycemia and was treated successfully with a subtotal (95%) pancreatectomy.[] "Post-gastric bypass hyperinsulinism with nesidioblastosis: subtotal or total pancreatectomy may be needed to prevent recurrent hypoglycemia".[]

  • Morbid Obesity

    Severe refractory and/or recurrent hypoglycemia can occur, especially in postoperative patients who do not comply with the guidelines for oral glucose consumption.[] However, a small subset of patients can develop refractory, recurrent, hyperinsulinemic hypoglycemia from factitious insulin administration or nesidioblastosis.[] CONCLUSION: Most cases of symptomatic hypoglycemia that develop in gastric bypass patients are associated with dietary indiscretions.[]

  • Fibroma

    Recurrence is rare [1, 2]. Written informed patient consent for publication has been obtained.[] Pleural fibromas are associated with an increased prevalence of hypoglycemia and hypertrophic pulmonary osteoartropathy.[]

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