J Scott Reid

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Schizophrenia is a severe psychiatric disorder with a world-wide prevalence of 1%. The pathophysiology of the illness is not understood, but is thought to have a strong genetic component with some environmental influences on aetiology. To gain further insight into disease mechanism, we used microarray technology to determine the expression of over 30 000(More)
Deep venous thrombosis (DVT) is a well-recognized contributor to increased morbidity and mortality following trauma and elective musculoskeletal procedures. Ultrasound has become a popular noninvasive modality for use in the detection of symptomatic DVT. However, its use as a screening tool in asymptomatic or postoperative patients has been questioned. The(More)
157 Background: Many patients receiving treatment for cancer experience high levels of morbidity and reduction in quality of life. Proactive specialty cancer care management programs can be offered to patients experiencing these challenges. These patients are most often self-identified, referred by a physician, or identified by claims from a commercial or(More)
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