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Repaglinide-induced factitious hypoglycemia.

We report the first case of repaglinide-induced factitious hypoglycemia in a young male. This case posed a challenging diagnostic dilemma because commercial assays for repaglinide are not available. Furthermore, the patient had a series of positive diagnostic tests such as high proinsulin and localizing intra-arterial calcium stimulation suggestive of insulinoma. This case, again, demonstrates the importance of pure clinical judgment in the face of often-conflicting laboratory data in making a correct diagnosis and the requirement of definitive data for an appropriate therapeutic resolution.[1]


  1. Repaglinide-induced factitious hypoglycemia. Hirshberg, B., Skarulis, M.C., Pucino, F., Csako, G., Brennan, R., Gorden, P. J. Clin. Endocrinol. Metab. (2001) [Pubmed]
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