The kidneys do more than remove waste and extra fluid from the body. They also serve to maintain a balance of electrolytes, regulate blood pressure and the acid–base balance in the blood, secrete hormones that catalyze red blood cell formation, and keep the bones strong and healthy. Renal pathology may affect nearly any part of the kidney anatomy and disrupt one or several of these functions.
I'm sorry but I can't seem to understand him, it feels like he's revising the new subject to me instead of teaching it.
everything 4 boards are covered and the narrator really gives main road of the subject
The lecturer does a great job at keeping the presentation interesting, however he rushed over several points in the topics to the point in which he ignored some of the information present in his slides. Also, it feels out of place when he jumps to different topics that have little to nothing to do with the present lecture. Finally, the lecture feels SO rushed that he missed key aspects of the pathology of every desease he talked about, especially Potter Sequence and its etiologies.
Best lecture i have ever seen..concise with high yield topics.