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Congenital Hyperinsulinism of Infancy (CHI) is a rare condition that causes of persistent hypoglycemia refractory to treatment. Neonatal hypoglycaemia is caused by numerous clinical conditions, such as birth asphyxia, Small for Gestation Age (SGA), premature birth, infant of diabetic mother, systemic disorders, and hormonal disorders of fatty acid oxidation disorders. Of them infants that experience birth asphyxia, SGA, premature birth, and born to diabetic mother usually have transientdoi:10.7860/ijnmr/2020/43831.2262 doaj:3a6074559b864b09bea18817df3a28d5 fatcat:jn3vntd6bfhwpj4r2u6wtzbu6i