Scott W. Fancher

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The management of patients with symptoms consistent with biliary tract disease who do not have gallstones is difficult. We retrospectively reviewed the charts of 18 patients who underwent cholecystokinin cholescintigraphy at our institution to determine if this procedure was reliable in identifying patients who would benefit from cholecystectomy. All(More)
Strategic planning and talent management in large enterprises composed of knowledge workers requires complete, accurate, and up-to-date representation of the expertise of employees in a form that integrates with business processes. Like other similar organizations operating in dynamic environments, the IBM Corporation strives to maintain such current and(More)
BACKGROUND TMEM16F is an ion channel and calcium-dependent lipid scramblase that mediates phosphatidylserine (PS) exposure on the plasma membrane. Two disparate disease phenotypes are associated with TMEM16F loss-of-function mutations: a rare bleeding disorder (Scott syndrome) and skeletal malformations due to aberrant bone mineralization in a TMEM16F(More)
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