alimentary hyperinsulinism

al·i·men·ta·ry hy·per·in·su·lin·ism

elevated levels of insulin in the plasma following ingestion of meals by individuals with abnormally rapid gastric emptying (for example, following gastroenterostomy or vagotomy); rapid glucose absorption leads to excessive insulin release, which in turn can lead to a marked fall in blood glucose to hypoglycemic levels.

al·i·men·ta·ry hy·per·in·su·lin·ism

(al'i-men'tăr-ē hī'pĕr-in'sŭ-lin-izm)
Elevated levels of insulin in the plasma following ingestion of meals by people with abnormally rapid gastric emptying.

al·i·men·ta·ry hy·per·in·su·lin·ism

(al'i-men'tăr-ē hī'pĕr-in'sŭ-lin-izm)
Elevated levels of insulin in the plasma after ingestion of meals by people with abnormally rapid gastric emptying.