In this short but HY podcast, I describe the mechanisms and classic pathologies tested on the USMLE exams in the context of iron labs. If you digest the material from this podcast, you’ll essentially never have to memorize how labs change in many of the anemias. They’ll just intuitively make perfect sense. I also clear up a lot of confusing concepts for students. Definitely HY for Step 1-3. There are no attached slides.
In this podcast, I spend some time reviewing the HY chromosomes (from 1-22) and the classically tested factoids relating to their genetic diseases. I discuss the clinical/NBME presentations of these diseases. I also give some advice to M3s at the tail end of the podcast and a list of the chromosomes (quick drive by) that are necessary to know by exam (Step 1, Step 2CK). There are no attached slides.
In this episode, I continue our comprehensive micro review series for Step 1 with a focus on viruses. There ARE slides.
In this episode, I give my thoughts on the implications of the changes coming to the USMLE Step 1 exam in 2022. I also discuss recommendations that should set you up nicely to thrive in the new medical education environment that would be created with this change. There are no attached slides.
In this super HY podcast, I discuss the physiology of acetylcholine and then discuss a large number of HY integrations pertinent to the USMLE Step 1, 2CK, and Step 3 exams. You’ll get a few questions right on each of these exams from this singular podcast. There are no attached slides.
In this super HY podcast, I discuss some abstruse but key neuroanatomical associations with neurological deficits (of the brain and brain stem) that are routinely tested on all the USMLEs (especially 1 and 2CK). This short podcast should net you about 5 or so free exam points. There are no attached slides.
In this episode, I discuss all the HY testable material related to transfusion reactions for the USMLE Step 1, 2CK, and 3 exams. This is a short podcast but extremely HY for all these aforementioned exams. Pls listen to these ahead of these exams (they are very well represented). I go into pathophysiology, classic presentations, and treatments. There are no attached slides.