Recurrent hypoglycaemia and a slowly rising hemidiaphragm: A case
A 92-year-old man presented to the hospital with recurrent hypoglycemia
with a chronically raised right hemidiaphragm. A CT
thorax-abdomen-pelvis showed a large abdominal mass. A ‘big’ IGF-2
secreting non-islet cell tumour was suspected and confirmed. The patient
was treated with low dose prednisolone.