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.
|Normal Puberty and Disorders of Sexual Development||✓|
|Pathology: Infections, Neoplasms and Screening||✓|
|Female Pelvic Medicine||✓|
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Great presentation! Clear expression and the presentation contains high yields that are clearly highlighted. Reproductive endocrinology is a hard topic but she made concise and understandable.
I’m just getting an over view at the moment however, Dr Lynae Brayboy’s lectures are lovely, clear and informative thank you! Interesting that alternative treatments are also mentioned though made clear not FDA approved. But that is expected from the FDA as they tend only to be concerned with synthetic drugs and not herbal treatments. While most herbal treatments have been used throughout history and are said to have little or no side effects can still be dangerous (contraindicated) if taken with or along side prescribed medications. I believe this comes across pretty clearly in these lectures, that strive to be unbiased. But as stated Hormone Replacement Therapy (HRT) is a controversial treatment.
Clarity, specificity, definitive, flawless style, overall lecture is eloquently delivered.
I think there are a number errors that I have flagged for both the primary and secondary causes of amenorrhea which I have flagged. An example being the categorization of Turners syndrome into secondary amenorrhea. Moreover, the lectures could be further improved by discussing the topics in more detail rather than providing us with a series lists. To enhance our understanding discussion of the underlying pathology would be worthwhile. Finally don't forget hypothyroidism in the work of secondary amenorrhoea given the positive stimulatory effcets of TRH