Endocrinology is one of the most important USMLE subjects. This course serves as the basis for understanding hormonal processes.
Dr. Carlo Raj is a passionate, top-notch lecturer, who is dedicated to teaching medical students all over the world and helps apply medical knowledge directly on patients. In his Lecturio pathology course, he also manages to establish the connections between endocrine pathology and neighboring disciplines in particularly intelligible fashion. You will not only learn the causes and symptoms of a disease, but also its treatment, medication, and its anatomical and physiological background. Dr. Raj will address the following topics in detail:
In addition to the video lectures, you will also have access to corresponding download material which includes the presentation slides as well as specialized articles on specific topics. Furthermore, the comment section below the lectures will allow you to contact Dr. Carlo Raj directly and ask him questions on the course’s content—he will get back to you as quickly as possible.
Every lecture includes high-yield questions which will enable you to review and test your newly acquired knowledge.
Learn Endocrinology online now, it has never been this easy—with Lecturio and Dr. Carlo Raj!
This course will be completed soon.
I like this lecture very much but still it didnt cover all things about diabetes. We need more lectures of it???? And i have a suggestion for you, its good and easier if doctors draw and write or use board while explaining. My regards, Al Zahraa
Great lecturer. I like how he stops and quizzes the listener in such a matter of fact way. Very engaging and you get mad at yourself when you don't know :).
Dr. Raj knows what I need to know because he has been where I am right now. The integration is what makes the part of Dr. Carlos patho. amazing. He went to the same medical school I am attending right now, so, that for me, is nothing short of amazing. Nothing against lecturio physio., but they need to take a page from Dr. Carlos, and integrate, integrate, and integrate. You can never have too much of integration at this level.