In this episode, I continue our rapid review series with an integrated discussion of HY surgery concepts classically tested on the USMLE Step 2CK exam/the surgery shelf. There are no attached slides.
In this episode, I continue our rapid review series for the USMLE Step 2CK exam with a focus on HY surgery concepts that are tested on the exam by using clinical cases. There are no attached slides.
This is a continuation of Episode 44 where I begin to discuss anatomy as relevant to the USMLE Step 1 Exam. I would take the scenarios very seriously as these are very commonly tested. Slides attached.
In today’s episode, I use clinical cases and routine questions to cover anatomy content pertinent to the USMLE exams (especially Step 1). These are also potentially useful for the 3rd year surgery shelf. In consideration of the info dense nature of anatomy, the material will be discussed over a series of podcasts in bite sized pieces. Anatomy is relatively difficult to study for (especially for Step 1). The ultimate goal of these podcasts is to highlight HY, classically tested scenarios. Slides attached.
Divine Intervention Episode 44 USMLE Anatomy Series Part 1
Today’s podcast is a very high level review of antibiotics as classically tested on USMLE/Shelf exams. Basically, this podcast tells you what to do when presented with a particular bug scenario. Slides attached.
Divine Intervention Episode 41 USMLE Antibiotic Guide
In this podcast, I cover the great majority of the ophthalmology that would classically be tested on a medicine shelf, peds shelf, surgery shelf, Step 1/2CK/3, and the M3 neurology shelf with the most benefit being for the medicine shelf/Step 2CK/3. For those studying for the medicine shelf, consider this as an addition to the medicine reviews (ophthalmology was the significant thing lacking in those comprehensive recordings). This material will almost certainly be tested in some way on a medicine/surgery shelf. You definitely don’t want to blow this off. You will pay dearly. Slides attached.
Divine Intervention Episode 36 USMLE Ophthalmology
In this episode (a vodcast), I go over a lot of the material that is classically tested on an NBME Surgery Shelf. Slides attached. On slide 8, Strep Gallolyticus is NOT part of the Viridans group. It’s a part of the Bovis group.
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