Let’s move on.
Third, an alpha Islet cell tumor, alpha.
What was the beta one?
Know that because you might be thinking about
MEN 1 and you have diagnosed it, but then
they want you to know about Insulinoma, but
they don’t see the answer choice as being
Insulinoma, you choose beta Islet cell tumor.
Now, alpha is… alpha Islet cell tumor, Glucagonoma,
is rather rare, may then cause secondary diabetes
because what does glucagon do?
Gluconeogenesis, anti-insulin effect, hyperglycemia,
Do not forget about the huge derm issue.
So, you can have diabetes mellitus, you can
have your derm issue.
A dermal pathology here will be the necrolytic
migratory erythema, rash of lower extremity
and bilateral end erodes, a type of erythema
that you want to know for sure with Glucagonoma.