USMLE Step 2 CK and your gynecology shelf exam require a good understanding of essential concepts like an abnormal menstruation. In this course you will learn those concepts with the help of an expert in the field. Study with Dr. Lynae Brayboy, who is an assistant professor of obstetrics and gynecology at Brown University and a specialist in reproductive endocrinology and infertility. She will provide you with the best knowledge possible!
We will make sure you feel perfectly prepared for your exams. Therefore we will not only provide you with definitions and plain explanations, but also interesting case studies and clinical pearls that will deepen your understanding of these high–yield topics.
The topics of this course are often tested on the USMLE, so pay close attention and start studying today!
im not paying the lecturer to read off the slides... (look at Carlo Rajs Videos , they are amazing) someone else also mentioned that there is too much look at the other lecture.. give detailed explanations .. one liners don't work anymore. or if you want, post links to other videos which do explain pathophysio or treatment. Why is there no mention of diagnostic work up treatment etc?
Hi, just curious as to why a video like "Normal Menstrual Cycle" is all the way at the bottom? The ordering of this entire gynae course, not just this "Abnormal Menstruation" section (which again, is the first section on the contents page), makes navigating and understanding the content more difficult. Would it be possible to re-order them?
This lecture (over the last 3) is a bit problematic - there should be 2 versions: a version for students who are looking for information going along side classes and another (this one) more suited for USMLE fast review. Too much "see the other video for more info" when a 1 sentence summary and link to the other video to pause and expand knowledge would be helpful. However, regardless of knowledge the clinical case studies should really emphasize thought process and diagnostic workup. This was "think about what it could be" then provides a barebones answer which you also couldn't have reached terminology wise because it was never defined until reaching the case study. A detailed map, explanation and full answer with details would have been better.
Clarity, specificity, definitive, flawless style, overall lecture is eloquently delivered.