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Internal Medicine is by far the biggest field with aspects found throughout Step 2. All students must have a sound foundation in Internal Medicine. This high yield lecture series includes relevant topics like:
To support your study progress we will also provide you with learning materials like slides, topic reviews and questions to test your knowledge.
Dr. Alpert is Professor of Medicine in the Department of Medicine and Director of Coronary Care and Medical Director of Cardiac Rehabilitation at the University of Arizona (UA) College of Medicine, Tucson, United States.
Before joining the UA, he worked at the University of Massachusetts in Worcester as Professor of Medicine, Director of the Division of Cardiovascular Medicine, and Vice Chairman of Medicine. From 1992 – 2006 he was also Chairman of the Department of Medicine at the UA College of Medicine.
Professor Jeremy Brown is a clinician scientist with an interest in respiratory infection. He studied medicine in London, graduating with honors, and continued his postgraduate medical training in a variety of London hospitals.
He completed his PhD in molecular microbiology in 1999 and obtained a prestigious Welcome Advanced Research Fellowship for further scientific training at the University of Adelaide. His research is mainly focused on respiratory complications of haematological disease and stem cell transplantation.
His educational and scientific experience enables him to teach students and professionals about respiratory medicine.
You probably know MD Edward Goljan and his Rapid Review Pathology Series. But do you know the "new" Goljan? His name is Carlo Raj and he is currently following his mentor's footsteps by presenting you pathology as you have never experienced before.
Carlo Raj has earned his MD at the Medical University of the Americas (MUA) and continued his medical career as professor of Pathophysiology at the University of Pikeville, Kentucky, and as an international lecturer and author—both assisting MD Edward Goljan and later on his own. Today he is also CEO of Indus Intellect, whose goal it is to spread medical knowledge across the globe.
Dr. Fisher is certified by the American Board of Internal Medicine in both Medicine and Infectious Diseases. In his 30 years on the faculty of the Medical College of Georgia he has received 58 teaching awards. He has been recognized regionally by the American College of Physicians for his educational skills with the Annual J. Willis Hurst Teaching Award and nationally by the Infectious Diseases Society of America's Clinical Teacher Award. In April of 2015 he received the Jane F. Deforges Excellence in Medical Education Award at the national meetings of the American College of Physicians in Boston, MA. In light of his receiving this prestigious award, he was advanced from Fellow to Master of the American College of Physicians (MACP). Dr. Fisher is also the author of 61 original publications in refereed journals and 44 book chapters.
Dr. Shukle is a board certified specialist in internal medicine. He runs one of the largest specialty practices in Ontario, Canada. His area of interest is the stroke and heart attack reduction in high risk patients.
He owns and runs a full functioning cardiac and diabetes suite that includes diagnostics, diet counseling, exercise counseling, and lifestyle support for patients with diabetes, cardiovascular disease, and arrhythmia. He is one of Canada’s most popular speakers. He performs over 150 special lectures across the nation each year with various audiences ranging from the general public, to nurses, to physicians, to medical specialists. His lectures are engaging, funny, and informative. In 2016, Dr. Shukle will be conducting a TED talk on using DNA as a memory storage medium.
Dr. Kevin Pei is Assistant Professor of Surgery at Yale School of Medicine, Associate Director of Surgery Clerkships and Associate Director of Resident Education at the Yale Center for Medical Simulation. He is passionate about curriculum development and improving patient outcomes through creative education and simulation.
Hetal Verma has extensive experience practicing in the field of radiology. She is currently a Clinical Instructor at Harvard Medical School. Hetal has been in practice for over 10 years and has been teaching medical students and residents throughout that time. She has also been invited as a speaker at multiple teaching conferences for other physicians, technologists and the community. Hetal has a passion for teaching and is enthusiastic about teaching others about radiology.
This sir is really freakin cool! He's got the concepts clear in his lectures. Love you sir :)
Very clear and simple presentation Many exercises after all videos I would recommend it to my colleague
Funny. Gives you the "meat" of the concept. Not long winded. Very knowledgeable.
I can't get enough of this course. Too good it made the subject very clear to me.
This sir is really freakin cool! He's got the concepts clear in his lectures. Love you sir :)
Very clear and simple presentation Many exercises after all videos I would recommend it to my colleague
Funny. Gives you the "meat" of the concept. Not long winded. Very knowledgeable.
I can't get enough of this course. Too good it made the subject very clear to me.
great lecture. repearting important thing again and again. lecture looks like static but it is not. He actively ask something and waiting your thought to help you understand.
Thank you for such pleasant over view enjoyed it much so easy to follow
wow... physio, patho, clinically.. all comes together. It is worth...
What an amazing teacher, and just about right amount of information.
This review was extremely concise. Strictly what you need to know! Good Job!
Clear, well explained and classified. The way he associates concepts is quite helpful for studying
Couple of mistakes were made and he sounds as if he is mocking the audience
Great lecture! Very detailed and I understood it with ease. I'm looking forward to the other lectures.
I would definitely recommend this course. Very concise yet informative - Dr. Raj provides you with all the pertinent information.
Good attempt for explanation of such a wide and tough topic
Explanation of the T1 & T2 Terminology and how it works is lacking. Could have used way more slides to visualize this: MRI in Practice by C. Westbrook et al show how this can be done in Chapter 1. Important concepts which need to be properly explained, in this video it looks like it has been half heartedly done.
Great info on the d/dx for warm autoimmune hemolytic anemia and spherocytosis hereditary. This came up in a qbank for me today
Very clear video of Autoimmune Hemolytic Anemia (AIHA): Comparison of Direct and Indirect Coombs' Test
who doesn't love a great british accent?! I wish everyone had a british accent. Also very knowledgable. Thanks so much for your contribution as well as all of the other contributors. I am thoroughly pleased.
Well presented and very rich abdominal Anatomy. such lectures are very educative. cost effective as there is really no need to jump on the plane. keep this spirit going. FESTUS FROM ZAMBIA.
The thing that would make it GREAT (versus just very good) would be using effects on the PowerPoint or video to outline things on the imaging. It's done a FEW times, but mainly just has a circle around an area or mouse hovering which works okay, but there's multiple times where even if there's a circle around it, I literally have no idea what I'm supposed to be recognizing. I can't make it out at all, even if replaying and pausing and staring. It would greatly accelerate things, in my opinion (and doable bc it's done a few times...either outlining or highlighting)
very awsome presentationwith alot of anatomy and explanation. need to sit in a classroom. very awsomepresentarionof Thoraxic Radiology.
Especially as an intro course this was excellent. Dr Verma has a great tonality to her voice and it makes it very easy to listen to her The video has some areas of concern where we can't actually see what she is pointing out about but after 30++ years of surgery I understood what she was suggesting. Rookie students will have some difficulty but this is not intended to replace medical school so excellent work Dr Dave
I'm midway through the Rad course and I am just loving it. Easy to grasp and really helpful. Wow
Best explanation, with all basic principles. Way of presentation is very nice.
He explains lectures amazing. He lets you understand. I started to learn. Before, I was just memorizing..
He explains things logically. He is not just reading. Great for understanding the basics and answering "why" questions.
important points are marked and forces one to be carefull of the whole sentence
very good.it is one of the best video of cardiology.
Everything is clearly explained by the lecturer. In case of student´s questions, the lecturer gives a detailed answer. Thank you!
Thanks I wish their were more lectures like radiology -- for the interest
Dr. Raj not only defines the concepts very well but I especially love the way he goes into details about what is happening with our patients, giving us real life examples to remember.
very clear, easy to understand, slides (pictures and tables) are very helpful to memorize the content
the tutuor did a great job but i find this topic diffucult and did not get a clear picture of it yet
One of the best I have ever watched! I recommend it to understand better CVS.
Excellent video! I like how Dr Raj explains every detail. Perfect source to learn!
concise, really easy to listen to. Gave salient points very well. Loved the pause for thought on the red flag of having a staph aureus urinary tract infection.
Key points were identified quickly. The reinforcement of critical thinking is great!
Literally shortened my 1hr lecture into 10 mins and covered everything I need!
I am a high school biology student and this helped me so much thank you!
Very comprehensive. It helps me have a good idea in advance to my Microbiology classes
Average, alright, acceptable, fair, reasonable, of an acceptable standard, overall underwhelming
Clinically relevant and with enough detail. Lecturer keeps your attention throughout the whole video lectures. Very pleased.
First of all, love the option to choose the speed of the video clip. Secondly, it was smartly taught, no matter which type you are, from visual to auditory-learner, you are going to understand and learn it easily. I also loved Dr. Fisher's (the lecturer) teaching style, brief description for medical terms, mentioning important DDx, plus his tone and not having specific accent.
I'm a huge fan of Dr. Raj so this may be a bit biased. Dr. Raj does an excellent job of hitting the high points and his anecdotes are quite relevant. You almost feel as though you're on rounds or in the clinic and there's a patient presenting with symptoms. Video examples of the endoscopes would be awesome btw.
Very clearly explained. Doctor Raj makes things easy and entertaining. Thank you. PS: i love how he connects the theory with the clinical practice.
Important and relevant information delivered in a very organized fashion. Very useful information for exams and clinics.
Difficult to understand. Annoying accent. Difficult to concentrate on the lecture due to his presentation style.
understandable and makes sense, teaches more than required for the boards.
Feels clinically important! And Dr.Raj seems so passionate about his subjects, and he makes all his lectures fun and interesting.
LOL That adenosine mental image will NEVER leave me ajajajajajaja
Highly professional and of course rewarding lectures. Fast pacing and supplementary material make me learning efficient. Really appreciate them. Many thanks.
Great presentation, great explanations. At the end, finally, everything fits into their place! wonderful.
Dr,Raj you are awesome teaching skills better than my university professor,looking forward to see more of your videos. Regards, Raj Patel
The most logical, clinically/exam relevant, compact, yet complete information you are going to get for cardio pharm. He explains in a way that is relevant to the pathophys. Very grateful!
Dr. Raj is probably one of the best video lecturers out there! His ability to keep me engaged, visualize topics, present them in an organized fashion, and integrate concepts from other topics is amazing! Keep up the good work.
Interesting but a little light on my point of view. I am a resident working in France to become an emergency doctor and honestly i would have enjoy to have a differential diagnosis guide between erysipelas and DVT for instance or other similar looking skin disorders. Often receiving elderly patients at emergency, it is sometimes hard do make a difference (clinically i mean) between erysipelas and "ocre dermite" also called purpuric angiodermatitis, part of post thrombotic syndrome. What about the "portal of entry" in erysipelas we have to look for? what about the difference in aspect between cellulitis and erysipelas, one having more delimited and visible border than the other? Anyway thank you for this lecture :)
This guy grows on you. He keeps you engaged. Not many professors can do that! If you don't "get him" I would say you don't "get medicine" either cause he's the real deal.
making concept in few time ..quite easy with vedio lecture
Good teacher and has a calm voice, makes him a good speaker.
Dr Alpert, a well respected figure in cardiogy, narrates this course in an enjoyable, highly professional way. The 30 to 40 minutes sessions are, to my opinion, much more academic then some of the 2-3 min based lectures. I do want to point out that only by chance i have found the course as it lacks paradoxically from the clinical curriculum. That said, i would love to hear more of his talks and know more of this critical discipline. Kind regards. Omri
Clear and concise. Dr Raj has an engaging and interactive method of lecture that helps make this topic much easier to understand.
Very helpful, concise, and overall great lectures!! I'm excited to complete other courses!
Very very very good teacher Nice topics Well govered I like it so much
I don't like this teacher!! ( I think most of the students have the same opinion)
Good lecture. The talking is very smooth and continuous not robotic like it sometimes tends to be the case with Dr.Raj. Excellent! Good explanation of the terms and the difference between atopic and contact dermatitis! Some more elaboration on treatment options, including non-pharmacologic and the role of allergen testing (should you do it or not?) would be a good addition.
Amazing. Lecture..makes study easy and learning is no more a headache when good stuff available
I like his explanation and also him demonstrating techniques or anatomic locations on his own body, however the diction feels very unnatural. This is in all the videos. Can that be improved? It becomes grating to listen to over time and speeding up the video doesn`t do much to improve it.
Great course. Lecturer goes into great detail and is well prepared and equipped to pass on his knowledge.
Dr Raj is outstanding, and these lectures are excellent. These are perfect for preparing for medical exams. Detailed, in depth, and concise, I am hugely impressed.
I chose this rating because Dr Raj explains concepts on a level that I can understand and remember, I love the integration with physiology that he uses to explain pathology - absolutely great! Thank you Dr Raj!
He repeats stuff a lot (in a good and memorable way) which makes me remember and understand the lesson easily. Plus he has good sense of humor!
Very clear content, very concise and easy to understand. Covers a lot of topics
The lectures were great. It clearly explains the information and the pictures/presentation went well with him. It was easy to follow along not to fast were you get lost but not to slow were you are falling asleep
Easy to understand. I recommend adding more information regarding medication such as what kind of systemic seroid we are using.
Your lectures are exceptional, it makes reading the books much easier. Thank you
I like it, please make high eyelid question, I ll really appreciate it,thanks
I like it because it highlighted the basic concepts and the tutor made it interactive by asking questions in between the lectures allowing thinking process. The tutor also simplified it. I enjoyed it.
I like use Dr. Raj lecture series as my adjunct professor to my course work. I am visual learner and I supplement my readings with as many free lectures available.
Dr Raj was very specific and detailed in a very little time which makes the lecture interesting.
I liked the clarity with which the topic was dealt with
I use Goljan and Pathoma for pathology and my med school "assigns" reading from Robbins Pathology. All three are great resources for preclinical pathology courses and Goljan and Pathoma are the go-to's for every medical students prep for Step 1. Dr. Raj is not like his mentor Dr. Goljan. I have yet to see a true pathogenesis lecture or even see histological images of any of the heart diseases (he barely even has gross images of cardio pathology). He spends time covering management/treatment when he should be covering relevant preclinical pathology. I had high hopes from a guy whose mentor is Dr. Goljan. Hopefully his other pathology subjects are better.
Fantastic talk but would have liked further information on non-pharmacological treatment and also the role of allergen testing
I find one of the challenging aspects of dermatology is to keep in the various ddx for "similar" looking presentation. The way these lectures are set out has been very useful to have a few ddx to think about when facing a pt with a rash!
Great talk I would have liked to hear further discussion on the use preventative strategies, duration of treatment for tetracyclines and retininoids as well as mention of OCP in females.
Going through this lecture in its entirety helped me improve in this subject. I stuck with the program, and it payed off.
Awesome class, thank you for all the learning. Hope to see more lectures from this!
The lectures does not go in depth about each types of disease
Only addition to the pyelonephritis lecture and the use of imaging would also be if the patients symptoms have not improved following 48 to 72 hours of Abx use!
I'd would have like to know where western blots fit in the diagnostic pathway. I think in Australia after positive confirmation of p24 go on to perform westernblots. Also what about the impact the window period has and the new for follow up testing? Finally it would have been good to discuss what is considered to be as treatment failure with HAART.
I felt that there where some details missing, Dr. Raj did give out the basic description of the majority of diseases, but if the videos where a little more complete I wouldn't of felt the need to go read and look some where else
Carlo makes the content interesting and manageable with intonation and examples.
Good pathofis; understanding the basics helps alot; its alot of info and trying to wire it in my head isnt easy; But it was a good explantion
Very comprehensive discussion. It would have been worthwhile to talk about criteria for starting treatment for chronic Hep B (e.g DNA count vs symptoms and livers functions). Also unclear if treatment of HepB is curative. The hepatitis talks did not mention genotypes of Hep C at all which is important for treating the condition, particularly in countries where access to direct acting antivirals is not available. Finally the talks didn't mention what percentage of patients with chronic Hep B and C go on to develop cirrhosis and hepatocellular carcinoma.
Good coverage but can be improved further. I would have liked to also see a talk on the parasitic causes of diarrhoe and management of those. Also not sure how we would go about dx salmonella. Wasn't very clearly stated in the lecture
Dr Fisher is my favourite lecturer so far of the internal medicine talks. The discussions are detailed and I don't feel key points are omitted. He is an old school lecture who communicates succinctly and effectively!
I really enjoyed the lectures on CNS infection, very comprehensive and knowledge delivered at a good level. I particularly loved the personal clinical reflections. I will never forget the story about the patient with bread mold infection of the face! Wow!
Dr. Raj really presents the material well and makes it fun. I think that I especially appreciate his lectures because he asks questions throughout and keeps us on our toes. I could be driving to school for 30 min, doing dishes, or just watching to take a break from notes and I always get involved in his videos.
very High yield points and clinically integrated , usmle step based lecture & concept making Thanks
i have seen many lectures to for concept but this is Clinically oriented much integrated required for USMLE steps.... Thanks
This is a very good course with focus on the most important material. Furthermore he keeps drawing lines to other diseases and physiology giving a good understanding of the greater picture. Only thing I miss in this lecture is recordings of the different sounds you'll hear on auscultation instead of just mentioning what you'll hear. Great lecture
concise lecture. There is good concept in basic arterial disease.
NICE LECTURE GOOD DOCTOR PERFECT PRESENTATION Perfect website thank you very very very very much
As a NP now in medical school the high yield focus of the lectures are so important to me. Keep it focused, love it.
Good way of classifying the causes but missed out on defining the pressure (>5 mmHg) and potential treatment options such as propranolol, TIPS etc.... Also what about the potential complications, which would have been perfect to discuss here ie variceal bleeds
Missed another important benign tumour of the liver that would have been worthwhile covering
It would have been great to list the most common agents that could potentially lead to liver toxicity aside from paracetamol, incl phenytoin, statins, amiodarone, methotrexate. Also not sure if this would be discussed in the Emergency Medicine talks but actually working up the patient and what to do from a monitoring point of view once a diagnosis of paracetamol overdose would have been really helpful. It would have been worth noting that acetylcysteine most efficacious within 8 to 10 hours after ingestion of paracetamol.
It would have been good to discuss the use IV arantiprotease for the management of this condition. Moreover a little bit of discussion about the genetics of this conditions how it influences the disease presentation and natural history.
Absolutely my favorite lecture so far! It was really informative, yet left me craving more. The way you explained it was easy to understand (I am a pre-nursing student). Thank you and great job!
This is fail about teaching in detail about leukemia . The detailed PBS and Bonemarrow is fewer than expected . More over for the hematology lesson , this is not a concise approach to the leukemia patient . Not enough knowledge to take care of leukemia Patient too . This chapter is far away lower standard than the pulmonology or cardiology chapter .
It would have been useful to go over the Rome III criteria to have an appreciation of the diagnostic criteria. Moreover, it would be extremely beneficial to cover the red flags
For example no mention of primary scelorising cholangitis, need for colonscopy after 8 yrs of active disease and subsequent colectomy if premalignant lesions identified. Also no mention of toxic megacolon. It would have been good to discuss the hierarchy of management in these patients
A superficial talk about an important contributor to malabsorption. I think it would have been good to discuss why we need to assess for the prescence of IgA to begin with. What the role of HLA is in the disease. Moreover, the importance of biopsy as well as the long term complication of celiac disease include osteoprosis, neurological impairment and enteropathy associated T-cell lymphoma.
It would would have been good to further elaborate on dx testing and in which clinical circumstances one would be more appropriate over the other. Also with the increasing incidence of resistant organisms I feel the lecture didn't adequately outline appropriate second line management. Also the error regarding PPI which was flagged by another listener
I expected the pulmonary aspergillosis in brief too. However , there is concise pulmonary infection lecture.
The video really helped me understand Macrocytic Anemia better and cleared alot of misunderstanding
I think the lectures provide a quick summary of these sections. However, I don't think it is adequate depth particularly when it comes to management. This is exemplified by the management of oesophageal varices where it is unclear which management approach will be utilised first/preferred in the case of acute bleed nor is it clear when you will need to utilise TIPSS. Finally a number of diagnostic tests are mentioned throughout the talks but the audience is not provided with a basis to approach the patients sitting on front of them. As an example if a patient complains of dysphagia or dyspepsia what will be your first diagnostic tests and the order in which you will perform these test. I think this the higher level thinking required for step 2
No mention of ongoing follow up and grades of barrett's
The talk was interesting but no clear explanation of how PKD gene causes cysts moreover no discussion over management of these patients
Both questions and speech are excellent. The constant change between small details and the broad topic simplifies (and gives at least for me awareness of the affected organs in PE).
Dr Raj is the best teacher in the world, thank you sir!
Dr. Shunkle provides a great explanation of the RAAS. The lecture follows nicely along with my book and studies.
"Now once this patient is giving you such a history, what would you want to give that patient automatically? You give this patient something in which there is going to be relief from the chest pain. Correct? What does that mean to you? It means underneath the tongue anytime that there's chest pain, you place nitroglycerin correct? Sublingual." I'm sorry, and i really don't want to sound rude, but this is not how a professional teacher should speak. When i hear this i just get very confused, and i already have my teachertoconfuse me. Dr. Raj use this rethorical questions all the time and they're very annoying. What i like about lecturio's lessons is the fact that almost all the teachers use very easy sentences when they speak, and they use a lot schemes and pictures to be more clear.
GOOD lecture, it has the most important key points. i like it very much
Excellent presentation style-- he adds a bit of drama to it, which makes the topic more engaging and memorable.
Excellent Integration with Biochemistry that enables long term retention of what was learned in the first year of medical school.
The questions were a little easier than what is normally asked. Though the hyperlipidemia lecture was excellent.
Very informative, I am currently in nursing school and I don't even need to read my text book except for the section of nursing care. Carlo Raj is amazing at teaching my favorite instructor here in lecturio! thanks!
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good summary. The presentation should be updated to include sodium-glucose transport proteins (SGLT2) inhibitors like dapagliflozin.
I liked this video much better than the last. :) Maybe it's because he starts to feel more comfortable in front of the camera.
I agree with the above review. As knowledgable and nice as he may be, the flow isn't there. It's very robotic.
This was a dense, clinically-relevant presentation of material that will very likely be on Step 1. Dr. Raj has a way of presenting that keeps my attention and gives me a sense of primacy that I don't get from other kinds of videos.
Amazing explanation of the diagnostic pathway for adrenal insufficiency. The talk was clear and concise! Thank you
One of the best talks I have come across describing the algorithm for diagnosis of cushings (superior to Kaplan and med study internal medicine lectures). It would have also been good to discuss the advantages/disadvantages of 24 hr urine collections vs low dose dexamethasone suppression test. Seriously good work though Dr Raj!
Excellent explanation, detailed enough to understand the main pathways and its regulation
Really enjoyed refreshing my knowledge in this area. Good explanation of the physiology, dx, signs and symptoms and Rx
Very good way of teaching and explanation is clear to the key points, thank you Dr.Carlo Raj!
Good table but a discussion of subsequent investigations to further characterise the nodule is warranted. For example following up a cold nodule with U/S guided FNA . The algorithm wasn't took clear for example starting with thyroid function test, followed by iodine uptake and further imaging/biopsy
The best way to learn in a medical field and the best sorce to gain a top position in the USMLE. Thanks lecturio
Like it very much for education purpose very good.thanls for lecturio and the whole group for this
Great lectures and a great lecturer. however missing lower respiratory tract infections. Would be nice if there was some tropical infections included too
i put this rate because it was really complite and in a vocabulary really simple, easy to undertant. i also like the questions durring the class it help us to remember and practice the information.
Dr Fisher is the best teacher I have ever learned from. All concepts explained very clearly, with lots of great clinical tips thrown in as well. It is a pleasure to watch his lectures.
I really like the vascular portion of this system. I find it helpful. I am studying for my RVT for ultrasound and this helps a lot. I hope there will be more information as far as physics and data interpretation for ultrasound. I think radiology field has a lot to know and not just pertaining to doctors or nurses.
This guy is awesome! Explained something in 3 minutes that the book wasn't able to do in 10 pages. "understand, don't memorize" Thanks Dr Carlo Raj!!!
That was incredible! This just solidified everything from 2 weeks of cardio
So far the path lectures on my iPhone are great. I drive 30 minutes to school each way and I think they are very comprehensible even when it's this more passive learning style. They are perfect for getting my brain ready for school and winding down on the drive back.
To the point and repetitive, which helps a lot with making sense of confusing differentials.
Simple is better! Straight to the key-points and very well discussed!
Short and informative and clear and easy-to-digest and reconsolidation of information takes a shorter time and stays for a longer time compared to huge lectures
Good The pace was fast for me. Would prefer more lectures that can be made accessible for free please.
The lectures provide a wide vision of the endocrine system, Dr. Raj make it easier and absolutely complete with clinical correlations.
very interesting lecture especially with all the details about sounds and secondary signs mentioned.
could have been more immediate to understand if cited negative feedback in the primary hypogonadism.
his lecture is short & more useful good for practice study easily
This was the first course I´ve tried on the whole site, and it has given me a very good impression overall! Much obliged!
This is an excellent overview of breast pathology. It is neatly organized with enough information/ parallels to help give you an overview of the topic. Will definitely help for my block exams.
It is very important to have a better diction and prosody
Asthma medication ? by Pravin Shukle , Simplified explanation, I love the simple explanation (Y)
thank you for the lecture! I really like how you repeat multiple times the important key facts. Also the presentation with comparisons and simple key facts instead of too much material is really nice. The best thing, you actually made me think through the whole lecture compared to just passively listen.
GREETINGS; I chose this rating 'coz there is always scope for perfection .What i liked about this course was JEREMY Sir's style of teaching n his core understanding of the subject n the way he presented it.
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
Lecture is Great I would like to see more EKG 12 lead on step to read them Diana
The explanation is clear and details, however I want more animation picture for easy to understand
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 :).
Easy to understand ILD lecture . Usually a complicated chapter but not for this time. Thanks
You make pharmacology so much less intimidating and much easier to understand. Thanks!
Thanks Dr Raj, I really enjoy your lectures. Concise and to the point, highlighting exactly what is in my first aid book. Great review. Thanks so much!
I like his way to explain. He did not mention if these are 1ry or 2ry lesion. There is no pic.
GREETINGS; I gave it a five star rating,b'coz this is first time i m encountering such a review course which is very concise, yet so enlightening that u get a complete grasp of the most important topics in HEPATOLOGY .I w'd recommend these lecture courses for all 3rd year medical students in this part of world [ASIA].The best part about these lectures n personally which i liked the most [as i being a critical care post graduate student] r the ''IN USE'' criteria for liver transplantation like KING'S COLLEGE CRITERIA n criteria for prognostications, like charcotte--pugh n MELD SCORING. CARLO RAJ SIR REALLY ROCKS
Since December 2013, Several DAA drugs were approved by FDA. So you can update this lecture.
The explanation was very clear. This lecture helped me to better understand this area of pharm! Thank you!
Very concise & straight to the point I am glad I stumbled into this creative site.
I love how relatable Dr. Carlo Raj is. The information I can really relate to as well as I can actually remember. In my program at school, I don't think my teachers are as articulate as the content I hear on here. Thank you for this information
Very good for review. Covered everything I needed to know for a speedy review.
I liked the vídeos becase they are like a quick view of a topic, the general stuff and really important. I would like more photos, maybe clínica cases to practice and not to be so general in the treatment
It gets easier to understand hard topics with these videos
Very informative, engaging and interesting. Clean and crisp presentation. Just Love it!
Said by a old MD (58) you can count on it Dr Raj has the gift, the talent to focus on what really matters but most of all after many years it was the first time that I was amazed by specific tips I never took in consideration . Thanks Dr Raj thanks Lecturio I shall die less ignorant
Great lecturer! Easy to understand and the visuals help a lot.
Great overviews with very concise explanations!! Dr. Alpert's lecture is very easy to be understood. Thanks much! Hope the application become more affordable soon.
great content, straight forward, easy to remember. thank you. Dr. Raj is the best
THE SIMPLE AND PRACTICAL GUIDE I WOULD SUGGEST THESE COURSES TO ALL MEDICAL DOCTORS
it's amazing explanation make everything simple ... i hope if you can do some interactive questions like exam stile to make the lecture objective .. thank you
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.
The endocrine pathology lectures have helped me to better understand and remember the concept.
Some topics like ECG could be covered in much more depth. Not really at medical school exam depth
Very funny and entertaining lecturer, helps you to remember facts in a good way.
i like integrated pulmonary pathology alot aswell as clinical pulmonology .... please include more videos like these and clinical medicine (pulmonology/cardiology etc aswell) thaank you very much for the great videos Dr.Carlo also , a request that is please also tell the treatment a little bit in more detail !! otherwise , awesome videos !! :))
I am constantly looking for good videos on youtube that coincide with my med school curriculum. Now that I have Lecturio, I can access videos all in one place. I haven't found a comprehensive resource quite like this one. The lectures seem to follow my curriculum quite well and hit a lot of the same topics. This is great because it only reinforces what I need for success on exams and boards. I am still figuring out how to best use this resource. For now, I am watching the lectures that follow my class work at school! Thank you!
Nice I reviewed the Medications of Cardiovascular in Just 2 hours so that I can back to the text with great background with all these medications
Excellent course! Lots of pertinent information explained simply , thanks Prof. Alpert
I love studying cardiology. I have plans to be a cardio Nurse. Professor. Joseph Alpert is an excellent teacher
thank you prof.alpert for this nice lictures i had so much fun learning from it
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