Eu Jin Tan

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Patients on psychotropic medications have been clinically observed to have higher rates of abnormal colonic architecture resulting in difficult colonoscopies. This study aims to determine if a correlation between use of psychotropic medications and colonic architectural change seen on colonoscopy exists. A retrospective case–control study was undertaken(More)
A 26-year-old woman presented with a slow-growing right breast lump. Excision biopsy of the lump showed invasive ductal carcinoma with adjacent ductal carcinoma in situ (DCIS). Preoperative imaging was performed to assess the extent of disease. Magnetic resonance (MR) imaging of the breasts showed an area of clustered ring enhancement deep to the biopsy(More)
To the Editor, Our research does not propose a change or cessation in the usage of psychotropic medications, especially in patients for which it is indicated. Instead, we are suggesting that a thorough medication history taken before colonoscopy, with attention to antipsychotic medications, would alert the endoscopist in anticipating possible challenges(More)
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