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From: "Tressie"
Date: 2010-04-09 10:18:25 UTC
Subject: [ferrethealth] Re: Dingo's Latest Results

According to Dr. Bruce Williams:

"In cases in which the
glucose level is less than 60 g/dl (normal in
the ferret is 80-120 g/dl), the presence of an
insulinoma is assured (even without
corroborative evidence of clinical signs. If
the blood glucose reading is between 60 and
80 g/dl, concomitant clinical signs of
hypoglycemia are required to make the

Here's the link to the complete article:


--- In, "AnimalLover" <Friskybrandy@...> wrote:
> After his first glucose being 67, I took him to the vet to get tested again. The second time, nearly a month later not fastest from food, gave me a 66.
> Does this mean he has insulinoma?


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