Clifton Ming Tay

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Pancreaticopleural fistula is a rare diagnosis requiring a high index of clinical suspicion due to the predominant manifestation of thoracic symptoms. The current literature suggests that confirmation of elevated pleural fluid amylase is the most important diagnostic test. Magnetic resonance cholangiopancreatography is the recommended imaging modality to(More)
INTRODUCTION We assessed the pedagogical value of a student-led community-based experiential learning project called the Public Health Screening (PHS) run by medical and nursing students of the National University of Singapore's Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine (NUS YLLSoM). MATERIALS AND METHODS We conducted a cross-sectional study using a(More)
INTRODUCTION Congenital atresia of the common and external iliac arteries is a rare vascular anomaly that may be associated with congenital renal or genitourinary malformations. In ESRD patients, its presence may pose potential problems during renal transplantation. CASE PRESENTATION We report a rare case of kidney transplantation in a patient with(More)
Gain-of-function mutations involving c-kit protein, a cell-surface transmembrane receptor for stem cell factor, have been identified as a key oncogenic driver in a variety of solid tumours. Coupled with the development of tyrosine kinase inhibitors such as imatinib, c-kit has emerged as a viable drug target in what seems to be a validated therapeutic(More)
Gianotti-Crosti syndrome (GCS) is a sporadic dermatosis affecting mainly children. It is characterized by multiple, confluent, monomorphic and pruritic pink to red-brown papules or papulovesicles, distributed symmetrically on the face, extensor surfaces of the extremities and buttocks, commonly sparing the trunk, palms and soles. This can be preceded by a(More)
Gastric carcinoma rarely presents as a perforation, but when it does, is perceived as advanced disease. The majority of such perforations are Stage III/IV disease. A T1 gastric carcinoma has never been reported to perforate spontaneously in English literature. We present a 56 year-old Chinese male who presented with a perforated gastric ulcer.(More)
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