by Lynae Brayboy, MD


Gynecology is a topic you can't really relate to and it feels heavy on your shoulders? Don't worry any longer.

This course covers everything you have to know for your USMLE Step 2 or Shelf Exams.

Abnormal Menstruation
Normal Puberty and Disorders of Sexual Development
Reproductive Endocrinology
Pathology: Infections, Neoplasms and Screening
Pediatric Gynecology
Female Pelvic Medicine

It will be held by Lynae Brayboy. She is an expert in preparing medical students for their exams and will make sure you have no questions left.

Start studying with Lecturio today and benefit from high–yield gynecology! Learn with high–quality video lectures, comprehensive topic reviews, quizzes and more.

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Course Details

  • Videos 61
  • Duration 6:45 h
  • Quiz questions 277
  • Articles 44


Your Educators of course Gynecology

 Lynae Brayboy, MD

Lynae Brayboy, MD

Lynae Brayboy from Brown University has been teaching OB/GYN for a decade. She is double-board certified in OB/GYN as well as Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility. She teaches undergraduates, medical students, residents and fellows and has also won mutliple teaching awards.

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By Georgina S. on 08. May 2018 for Hyperthyroidism and Hypothyroidism: Signs and Symptoms

Very informative and to a level, where you can revise from!

By Soudeh P. on 14. February 2018 for Hormone Replacement Therapy

Thanks! I needed to be updated in this area and you made a great job. /MD in Sweden

By Bill T. on 10. February 2018 for Hypothalamic Amenorrhea and Case Studies

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.

Basic need to know info, straight to the point!
By Sergio R. on 08. January 2018 for Cervical Cancer (HPV)

Straight to the point! Thi lecture gives you basic need to know info

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