Scott Koeneman

TitleAsst Professor
InstitutionThomas Jefferson University
DepartmentPharmacology and Exp Therapeut
Address130 S. 9th Street
Philadelphia PA 19107
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    1. Kumar SS, Rama M, Koeneman S, Tannouri S, Tatarian T, Palazzo F. Morbidity and mortality following hiatal hernia repair in geriatric patients: a multicenter research network study. Surg Endosc. 2024 Jun 10. PMID: 38858249.
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    2. Rshaidat H, Meredith L, Woodroof J, Aikhionbare I, Koeneman SH, Shusted C, Ruane B, Barta J, Okusanya OT. Incidence and Management of Cardiothoracic Relevant Extrapulmonary Findings Found on Low-Dose Computed Tomography. Ann Thorac Surg. 2024 May 28. PMID: 38815847.
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    3. Thosani DS, Meredith LT, West R, Till BM, Rahman U, Mack SJ, Koeneman S, Okusanya OT, Evans NR, Grenda TR. Association Between Utilization of Services and Perioperative Outcomes for Lung Cancer Resection. Clin Lung Cancer. 2024 May 20. PMID: 38879395.
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    4. Miller AC, Koeneman SH, Suneja M, Cavanaugh JE, Polgreen PM. Diurnal temperature variation and the implications for diagnosis and infectious disease screening: a population-based study. Diagnosis (Berl). 2023 Sep 13. PMID: 37697715.
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    5. Miller AC, Cavanaugh JE, Arakkal AT, Koeneman SH, Polgreen PM. A comprehensive framework to estimate the frequency, duration, and risk factors for diagnostic delays using bootstrapping-based simulation methods. BMC Med Inform Decis Mak. 2023 04 14; 23(1):68. PMID: 37060037.
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    6. Miller AC, Arakkal AT, Koeneman SH, Cavanaugh JE, Polgreen PM. A clinically-guided unsupervised clustering approach to recommend symptoms of disease associated with diagnostic opportunities. Diagnosis (Berl). 2023 02 01; 10(1):43-53. PMID: 36127310.
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    7. Erickson BA, Miller AC, Warner HL, Drobish JN, Koeneman SH, Cavanaugh JE, Polgreen PM. Understanding the Prodromal Period of Necrotizing Soft Tissue Infections of the Genitalia (Fournier's Gangrene) and the Incidence, Duration, and Risk Factors Associated With Potential Missed Opportunities for an Earlier Diagnosis: A Population-based Longitudinal Study. J Urol. 2022 12; 208(6):1259-1267. PMID: 36006046.
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    8. Miller AC, Arakkal AT, Koeneman SH, Cavanaugh JE, Thompson GR, Baddley JW, Polgreen PM. Frequency and Duration of, and Risk Factors for, Diagnostic Delays Associated with Histoplasmosis. J Fungi (Basel). 2022 Apr 23; 8(5). PMID: 35628693.
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    9. Miller AC, Koeneman SH, Arakkal AT, Cavanaugh JE, Polgreen PM. Incidence, Duration, and Risk Factors Associated With Missed Opportunities to Diagnose Herpes Simplex Encephalitis: A Population-Based Longitudinal Study. Open Forum Infect Dis. 2021 Sep; 8(9):ofab400. PMID: 34514018.
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    10. Miller AC, Arakkal AT, Koeneman S, Cavanaugh JE, Gerke AK, Hornick DB, Polgreen PM. Incidence, duration and risk factors associated with delayed and missed diagnostic opportunities related to tuberculosis: a population-based longitudinal study. BMJ Open. 2021 02 18; 11(2):e045605. PMID: 33602715.
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