Lecturio’s integrated cardiovascular pathology course held by MD Carlo Raj will not only equip you with knowledge about the most important diseases related to the cardiovascular system, but will also build bridges to the related medical sciences, and thus provide you with the deepest understanding of all cardiovascular pathology topics. We are convinced that learning cardiovascular pathology has never been so inspirational, comprehensive and fun.
Upon completion of this course you will be able to easily answer all pathology questions regarding cardiovascular diseases. This is very important because cardiovascular pathology is one of the central topics in the USMLE Step 1 exam.
The course will cover the following high yield topics, among others:
Before taking this course, you should already have a strong foundation in the basic sciences such as anatomy, physiology, biochemistry, microbiology & immunology, and pharmacology. MD Carlo Raj will not only familiarize you with the concepts but, in doing so, will support you in building a long-term understanding of cardiovascular pathology. As a result, you will master the boards and become a better physician.
very well put together and easy to understand. now i understand what was complicated reading my book
I use Goljan and Pathoma for pathology and my med school "assigns" reading from Robbins Pathology. All three are great resources for preclinical pathology courses and Goljan and Pathoma are the go-to's for every medical students prep for Step 1. Dr. Raj is not like his mentor Dr. Goljan. I have yet to see a true pathogenesis lecture or even see histological images of any of the heart diseases (he barely even has gross images of cardio pathology). He spends time covering management/treatment when he should be covering relevant preclinical pathology. I had high hopes from a guy whose mentor is Dr. Goljan. Hopefully his other pathology subjects are better.
Awesome class, thank you for all the learning. Hope to see more lectures from this!
Good pathofis; understanding the basics helps alot; its alot of info and trying to wire it in my head isnt easy; But it was a good explantion