Gynecology
Gynecology

Gynecology

by Lynae Brayboy, MD

Gynecology is the branch of medicine concerned with studying the health and diseases of females and the female reproductive system. This branch understandably relies on the previous comprehension of the anatomy and physiology of the endocrine and female reproductive systems.

A solid grasp of the female reproductive system allows for the early detection, diagnosis, and treatment of hundreds of conditions. From puberty to pregnancy to menopause, the female body is unique and deserves its own field of study.

Course Details

  • Videos 61
  • Duration 6:48 h
  • Quiz questions 280
  • Concept Pages 53

Content

Your Educators of course Gynecology

 Lynae Brayboy, MD

Lynae Brayboy, MD

Dr. Lynae Brayboy is an Assistant Professor of Molecular Biology, Cell Biology and Biochemistry at Brown University, in Rhode Island, USA.
She obtained her MD from Temple University School of Medicine in Pennsylvania. Currently, she is double-board certified in OB/GYN, as well as Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility, and is also Visiting (Reproductive) Scientist at the Charité Berlin.
Due to her achievements, she has earned multiple teaching awards.
Within Lecturio, Dr. Brayboy teaches courses on Gynecology.


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By seyed mohammadreza a. on 05. January 2023 for Female Pelvic Medicine

Not happy with presentation Not mentioned key word and information for answering Essential topic missed

 
boring
By seyed mohammadreza a. on 03. January 2023 for Gynecology

boring voice,language, topic, not clinical, produce headache, not necessary topic

 
Quick and Polished
By Fares H. on 26. October 2022 for Molimina, PMS and PMDD

Concise and Clear first introduction to menstrual disorders, presentation, definitions, guidelines and salient information for management,

 
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By Stuti K. on 14. June 2022 for Normal Puberty and Disorders of Sexual Development

It is very useful although the explanations can be more in-depth.