Endocrinology – Hypoglycemia: By Robyn Houlden M.D.

Endocrinology – Hypoglycemia: By Robyn Houlden M.D.

Hypoglycemia is a fact of life for most people with diabetes on glucose lowering medication. However, it is an uncommon clinical problem in other patients. There is no plasma glucose level that defines hypoglycemia. Instead, hypoglycemia is confirmed by documentation of Whipple’s Triad: Symptoms of hypoglycemia Low plasma glucose Symptom resolution when glucose administered Hypoglycemic disorders used to be classified

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A Triumph Over Pancreatitis – Charlene’s Story – The Nebraska Medical Center

A Triumph Over Pancreatitis – Charlene’s Story – The Nebraska Medical Center

26 years ago I had a bleeding ulcer so I’ve always had stomach problems. I figured that was just part of it. The only way I could explain it is if you’re a woman and had morning sickness, that’s what I felt like. 24-7-365. I thought it was normal. It progressively got worse and worse. My gastroenterologist he just didn’t

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The Endocrine System, Overview, Animation

The Endocrine System, Overview, Animation

the endocrine system is one of the two systems that are responsible for communication and integration between various body tissues the other being the nervous system endocrine communication is achieved by means of chemical messengers called hormones hormones are produced in endocrine glands and secreted into the bloodstream to reach body tissues a hormone can travel wherever the blood goes

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