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ea0077lb54 | Late Breaking | SFEBES2021

An unusual neuroglycopenic presentation in a case of Insulinoma

Sharma Shivangni , Erekkath Jayaraj , Das Gautam

Insulinoma is an insulin-secreting tumour of beta cells resulting in hypoglycemia. This rare tumour presents with hypoglycemic symptoms and can be easily confused with transient ischemic attack or epilepsy or delirium. The diagnosis of an insulinoma is usually made biochemically and confirmed by localizing the tumour with imaging. We present this case of a 56 years old woman who repeatedly presented to emergency for her symptoms of diplopia and word finding difficulty. She als...