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Hyperlipidemia

by Carlo Raj, MD
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    The lecture Hyperlipidemia by Carlo Raj, MD is from the course Atherosclerosis.


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    1. Duodenum
    2. Jejunum
    3. Mouth
    4. Stomach
    5. Ileum
    1. CCK
    2. Gastrin
    3. Secretin
    4. Motilin
    5. GIP
    1. Capillary lipoprotein lipase
    2. Hormone-sensitive lipase
    3. LCAT
    4. Pancreatic lipase
    5. Hepatic lipase
    1. HDL
    2. LDL
    3. VLDL
    4. IDL
    5. Chylomicrons
    1. VLDL
    2. HDL
    3. IDL
    4. LDL
    5. Chylomicrons

    Author of lecture Hyperlipidemia

     Carlo Raj, MD

    Carlo Raj, MD


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    Teaching style builds on itself
    By Neuer N. on 21. June 2018 for Hyperlipidemia

    I really found the teaching methods used here beneficial. He'd go through the pathway and emphasizing key steps, then point out where they'll be important down the line, then come back to continue the pathway. The repetition helped so that when he taught the disease I knew why it was resulting in that outcome. Really a fan of it. Also, keep the memory cues coming.

     
    Difficult to follow:
    By sidra m. on 23. October 2017 for Hyperlipidemia

    -There was alot of jumping ahead and then circling back to the same point which made what should have been a 19 minute lecture, took about an hours lecture with all the pausing, going through transcripts and even looking up certain references myself to complete this lecture. The whole point of lecturio is high yield learning in a timely fashion. I appreciate the effort done and liked his style of teaching enthusiasm, however there needs to be less going off on tangents before the point has been made.