Secondary hypertension is tested on essentially every USMLE exam in some way, shape, or form. The NBMEs love to integrate the topic with many other disciplines. If you struggle with this specific topic, this podcast is exactly what you need. I present numerous vignettes, integrations, and physiology/pathology tie-ins to help you make sense and simplicity of a nebulous topic.
In this episode, I continue our rapid review series for the USMLE Step 2CK/3 exams with a discussion of a host of pharmacological/endocrine vignettes that are popular on the exam.
This podcast addresses the vast majority of what you need to know for the USMLE exams with hypercalcemia in an integrated format.
In this extremely HY podcast, I discuss cortisol deficiency and excess as they are classically tested on the USMLE exams. This podcast will give you lots of correct answers on every USMLE exam you take (Step 1-3). There are no attached slides.
In this HY podcast, I wrap up our discussion of diabetes as classically tested on the USMLE exams. As I did in episodes 301/302, I make tons of integrations with other disciplines and go through pathophysiology as a means of aiding thorough understanding. There are no attached slides.
In this podcast, I cover pretty much everything you need to know about the thyroid on NBME exams (especially 2CK). I discuss all commonly tested pathologies. You can easily become a thyroid expert after working through this short 35 min podcast. The only HY thing I forgot to mention here is the bit on Autoimmune Polyglandular Syndrome Type 2 (Hashimoto’s, Addisons, And T1DM with AIRE gene mutations). There are no attached slides.
In this episode, I discuss diabetic emergencies (DKA/HHNC) as tested on the USMLE Step 3/MITE/ABIM exam. This is definitely a topic you’d want to understand in-depth for all 3 exams (and also for clinical practice). I focus on management and HY testable concepts. There are no attached slides.
In this podcast, I continue our review by going over a vast majority of the endocrinology that is potentially testable on these exams while integrating multiple disciplines. I plan to have one more podcast where I finish up my discussion of endocrine to essentially form a thorough endocrinology review for the highlighted exams. There are no attached slides.