Is Long-Term Use of a Calcium Channel Blocker Associated with an Exacerbated Response of an Insulinoma During Selective Intraarterial Calcium Stimulation?

Moreira, R.O.; Vaisman, M.; Peixoto, P.C.B.; Azevedo, F.
May 2003
Acta Radiologica;May2003, Vol. 44 Issue 3, p354
Academic Journal
Investigates whether long-term use of a calcium channel blocker is associated with an exacerbated response of an insulinoma during selective intraarterial calcium stimulation. Case of a woman with clinically proven insulinoma; Injection of calcium gluconate in the splenic proximal artery.


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