Which of the following is true of counterregulatory
symptoms of insulin hypoglycaemia:
A. They generally appear before neuroglucopenic symptoms
B. They are accentuated after long-term insulin
treatment
C. They result from parasympathetic activation
D. They manifest as hunger and fatigue
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A. They generally appear before neuroglucopenic symptom
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