Reproductive pharmacology refers to the groups of drugs used for the management of pathologies affecting the genitourinary (GU) tracts of men and women. The male and female GU tracts are regions specialized for reproduction via natural insemination. These tracts can be compromised in a variety of ways, including agenesis or malformation of structures, glandular dysplasia, and malignancy.
In this course, the discussion will be focused on hormonal medications, including estrogens and anti-estrogens, progestins and antiprogestins, and androgens and antiandrogens.
For optimal comprehension, the student should be familiar with the anatomy, embryology, and physiology of the GU tract, with an emphasis on gonadal hormonal products and their effects throughout the body.
I never imagined these lectures could be that helpful.I was honestly so bad at pharmacology before but then i could really see a big change. The videos were interesting and since the videos are not lengthy its easier for me to focus on certain topics and go hand in hand with my usmle first add book Really thankful for this platform.
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Brief and clear introduction, which to get you prepared for the details Great summary to come back for a fast review and memorizing
He did an excellent job in explaining the major classes of drugs. He missed a few drugs that were listed in the First Aid 2017 book.