ea0028p70 | Clinical practice/governance and case reports | SFEBES2012
Pura Narayanaswamy Anil Kumar
, Williams Nia
, Agarwal Neera
, Okosieme Onyebuchi
Hypoglycemia is an uncommon clinical problem in patients without diabetes mellitus. Potential aetiologies include drugs, critical illness, hormone deficiencies, and non islet cell tumors. In the absence of these causes, the possibility of accidental, surreptitious, or even malicious hypoglycemia should be considered. We present three cases of severe, prolonged hypoglycemia occurring spontaneously in healthy young men without a history of diabetes mellitus or chronic illness. A...