In this short “localize the lesion” podcast, I discuss an OBGYN topic that presents lots of challenges for individuals on the USMLE exams.
The DSDs are a nebulous topic for many. The key to navigating this topic is having the right understanding. If DSDs are a problem for you, this podcast is exactly what you need. I discuss mechanisms, pathophysiology, and classic exam presentations of these disorders.
UTIs show up on essentially every USMLE exam. This podcast addresses pretty much everything you need to know about them for these tests. As a pro-tip, also consider listening to the urinalysis podcast (Ep 287).
Teratogens are very HY for all the USMLE exams (Step 1-3). There’s a lot to remember here but learning it in context and seeing it integrated with other bits of information makes learning the content a lot more palatable. This podcast should net you some easy points on your test.
People hate FHR tracings. But they are very easy if you have the right mechanistic understanding and identification pattern. This short podcast addresses FHR tracings in ways that will help you not get these questions wrong anymore (including management). There’s an attached PDF here that has some drawings. To register for the 2CK/3/COMLEX course, email me via the website.
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 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.
This is a super short podcast. In this podcast, I tell you how to differentiate between mastitis, abscess, breast engorgement, galactocele, and inflammatory breast cancer on NBME exams. Too many people get this wrong so I am clearing this up in this podcast. There are no attached slides.