In this short podcast, I continue our rapid review series by discussing a host of malignancies and pathologies that people commonly have issues with on the USMLE Step 2CK/3 exams.
Sarcoidosis is a common multi system pathology tested on all the USMLE/COMLEX exams. In this short podcast, I elaborate on what you need to know, describe pathophysiology, and make integrations with different body systems.
This podcast focuses on helping you understand some very challenging pulmonary concepts that many give up on. I utilize an extensive set of analogies to help you understand A-a gradients (more on this in the next podcast), diffusion/perfusion limitations, and other testy concepts.
Hemoglobin is associated with a subset of questions on all USMLE exams. If you want to truly understand Hb and make integrations with multiple disciplines, this is exactly what you need.
In this podcast, I continue our pulmonary pathophysiology series with a discussion of a host of physiological relationships between pulmonary pressures.
In this podcast, I continue our pulmonary pathophysiology series for Step 1-3 with a discussion of a host of challenging physiological concepts. I will keep examining these concepts in Episode 407.
In this episode, I continue our rapid review series for the USMLE Step 2CK/3 exams with a discussion of a host of renal/neuro presentations that show up frequently on these tests.
If you struggle with CXR related Qs on USMLE exams, this podcast is what you need. I discuss a somewhat different approach to almost knowing what is being tested with a CXR question before you even look at the CXR. If you want to get your thinking right on this subject, this is exactly what you need.
In this podcast, I continue our rapid review series for the USMLE Step 2CK/3 exams. I spend time discussing a lot of “derivative based” concepts that are all classic pathologies with unusual NBME presentations. I also conclude with a short life lesson.
In this podcast, I continue our series on pulmonary pathophysiology. I discuss a lot of physiology and make integrations with other disciplines. I also conclude with a lesson on living a HY life.