Hyperinsulinemic Hypoglycemia Secondary to Multiple β Cell Adenomas in a Boxer Bitch

Background: The most frequent pancreatic tumours are derived from insulin-secreting β cells, commonly called insulinomas; these are characterised by high insulin secretion causing hypoglycemia and clinical signs such as seizures, tremors, weakness, and polyphagia, among others. In dogs, this tumour...

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Main Author: Rodríguez-Alarcón, Carlos Arturo
Other Authors: Barajas López, Ignacio, Medina-Flores, Jesús Aurelio, Arnaud-Pérez, Gabriela, Mendoza-Rivera, Marco Antonio, López-García, Yurixhi, Beristain-Ruiz, Diana Marcela
Format: Artículo
Published: 2019
Online Access:https://doi.org/10.22456/1679-9216.94820
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