This podcast is essentially a continuation of Episode 371. In this episode, I review the HY spinal cord lesions that are classically tested on all the USMLE exams.
Headaches are very routinely tested on the USMLE exams. This short podcast addresses pretty much everything you need to know about them. For those taking Step 2CK/3 or COMLEX Level 2/3 within the next 3-4 weeks, email me via the website if you’re interested in the course taking place next week.
In this short but floridly HY podcast, I introduce the spinal cord and make some integrations along the way. Neurology is not a memorization science. It’s a rule-based science. This podcast addresses many of these rules so understanding a future podcast I will make (on spinal cord lesions) will be a lot easier. Neurology comes up on the USMLE exams and most of the questions are easy if you just added a little time and attention to studying it.
In this episode, I continue our in-depth series on the eye that was started in Ep 361.
The eye is a nebulous topic for many people to understand. My goal with this podcast is to help you thoroughly understand and answer NBME questions related to this complex organ.
In this ultra HY podcast, I discuss (and explain pathophysiology) all you need to know, including clinical integrations, for the circle of Willis. Short podcast, but super HY to score easy points on your USMLEs. For more info on the Step 2CK/3 course coming up next week, shoot me an email via the website.
The new USMLE exams have a strong disposition towards describing findings instead of giving you buzzwords. In this extremely HY podcast, I discuss about 80 pathologies and their classic CSF findings/brain imaging NBME descriptors. There are no attached slides but there’s easily lots of Qs to be gotten right from this podcast.
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 continue our comprehensive review Neurology series for the USMLE Step 1 with a focus on the cranial nerves which traditionally are a sore area for medical students. There are no attached slides.