Pancreatic glucagonoma: a clinical angiographic correlation: case report

Academic Article


  • A 53 yr old woman requiring more than 300 units of NPH insulin per day to control persistent hyperglycemia was found to have a large glucagon secreting islet cell carcinoma of the pancreas. The angiographic findings were more consistent with those seen in a cystadenoma or cystadenocarcinoma of the pancreas. The striking clinical history and radioimmunoassay studies limited the diagnosis to a functioning islet cell tumor, presumably a glucagonoma.
  • Authors

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  • Missouri medicine  Journal
  • Author List

  • Stanley RJ; Leichter S
  • Start Page

  • 134
  • End Page

  • 136
  • Volume

  • 72
  • Issue

  • 3