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Whipple's triad


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A combination of three clinical features that indicate the presence of an insulinoma:(1) attacks of fainting, dizziness, and sweating on fasting; (2) severe hypoglycaemia present during the attacks; (3) relief from the attacks achieved by administering glucose. A. O. Whipple

(1) attacks of fainting, dizziness, and sweating on fasting; (2) severe hypoglycaemia present during the attacks; (3) relief from the attacks achieved by administering glucose. A. O. Whipple

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