tolbutamide test

tolbutamide test
(for insulinoma) one gram of tolbutamide is administered intravenously and plasma levels of glucose and insulin are monitored for 3 hours; prolonged hypoglycemia with hyperinsulinemia indicates presence of an insulinoma.

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