A Man With Whipple's Triad Secondary to a Malignant Insulinoma

Waiel A. Bashari, Naomi E. Riddel, Samson O. Oyibo
2015 Journal of Medical Cases  
Insulinomas are neuroendocrine tumors of the pancreas that are derived from the beta cells and secrete insulin. They are rare and most are benign growths within the pancreas. We present a patient who had a long history of symptoms suggestive of recurrent fasting hypoglycemia and was subsequently found to have a small malignant insulinoma within his pancreas requiring extensive surgery.
doi:10.14740/jmc2175w fatcat:7uxjdmfdbfd4hcgjemka7kdbpa