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Malignant Insulinoma: Effects of a Somatostatin Analog (Compound 201-995) on Serum Glucose, Growth, and Gastro-Entero-Pancreatic Hormones

KWAME OSEI, M. D.; and THOMAS M. O'DORISIO, M.D.
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Grant support: in part by Sandoz Pharmaceuticals, East Hanover, New Jersey; the Veterans Administration; the National Institutes of Health, Clinical Research Center (GCRC, RR-34); and The CRC Core Laboratory of The Ohio State University Hospitals.

▸Requests for reprints should be addressed to Thomas M. O'Dorisio, M.D.; N1123 Doan Hall, Ohio State University Hospitals, 410 W. 10th Avenue; Columbus, OH 43210.


The Ohio State University College of Medicine; Columbus, Ohio.


Ann Intern Med. 1985;103(2):223-225. doi:10.7326/0003-4819-103-2-223
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Various therapies have been used to treat patients with active malignant insulinoma (1-3), which comprises 10% of all beta-cell tumors of the pancreas (1). Somatostatin, a tetradecapeptide found in the hypothalamus and gastro-entero-pancreatic system, suppresses several endocrine hormones (4). However, because of the short halflife (5 to 10 minutes) of endogenous somatostatin, several analogs with longer-acting properties have been synthesized (5). Recently, compound 201-995 (Sandoz Pharmaceutical, Inc., East Hanover, New Jersey), an octapeptide with a 10 to 20 times longer half-life and a 50 to 100 times greater potency has become available in United States. We report the use of

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