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Nesidioblastosis from 1998

  1. What percentage of nesidioblastosis patients have feeding problems? How is it handled? (16 Jan 98)
  2. My neighbor's little boy was born two weeks ago. The doctors say he was born with an enlarged pancreas. What's wrong with this poor kid? (6 Jan 98)
  3. My dearest friend's new grandson (1 month old) has an extremely low blood sugar level and high blood pressure. (2 Jan 98)

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