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Andy Wells
Andy Wells7 months ago
Recurrent hypoglycemia caused by a solitary fibrous tumour

Recurrent hypoglycemia caused by a solitary fibrous tumour

This article describes the case of a 94-year-old man who presented to the emergency department for evaluation after multiple falls within 24 hours. Doctors diagnosed the patient with a massive abdominal tumour. His medical history did not reveal any signs of fever, chills, recent medication changes, abdominal pain, cough or malaise. He also didn’t have any recent medication changes that would lead to disorientation and falls. In addition, the patient did not have a past medical history of falls either and was generally physically active. He also played gold regularly. Click to read The full case….

Source: https://journal.medizzy.com/recurrent-hypoglycemia-caused-by-a-solitary-fibrous-tumour/
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