In this episode, I continue our comprehensive GI series for the USMLEs with a discussion of a host of metabolic GI disorders. There are no attached slides.
In this HY podcast, I continue our comprehensive USMLE gastroenterology series with it’s 5th installation. There are no attached slides. This is a continuation from Episode 298. I discuss a host of gastric and small bowel pathologies while making lots of integrations with other disciplines (especially hematology and pulmonology).
In this ultra HY podcast, I discuss tons of different vignettes as they relate to newborn jaundice and breastfeeding. These things are routinely tested on the USMLE exams and are easy points if you know and understand the relevant pathophysiology. There are no attached slides.
In this short but HY episode, I review a host of important vignettes/concepts that are commonly tested on the USMLE Step 2CK exam that people typically find to be challenging. There are no attached slides. To sign up for the June 2CK/3 course (20 hours), shoot me an email through the website.
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.
In this short but super HY episode, I discuss a host of vignettes and classic NBME presentations of key diseases with a focus on steroids. There is an especially pervasive number of “exogenous steroid” vignettes these days on exams so I decide to cover all those bases here. There are no attached slides.
In this short, but extremely HY episode, I discuss hyperkalemia from essentially every possible angle that the NBME could test on your exams. I spend time discussing vignettes and explaining pathophysiology so memorization is kept to the bare minimum. This podcast will help you get many questions right on your test. There are no attached slides.
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.
Your friends at the NBME love their knee pathologies/exam maneuvers: drawer signs, pes anserine bursitis, baker cysts, meniscal tears, etc etc. If you’ve ever struggled with this topic, this short podcast is what you’re looking for. A strong suggestion is to listen to this before your exam as you’ll likely get a few Qs right easily from this podcast. There are no attached slides.
In this podcast, I discuss all you essentially need to know about breast cancer for the USMLE exams. Listen to this and you’ll very likely get all your breast cancer questions right. There are no attached slides.