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Board Rounds Prep for USMLE and COMLEX

Ryan Gray, MD of Meded Media

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Board Rounds Prep for USMLE and COMLEX
Board Rounds Prep for USMLE and COMLEX

Board Rounds Prep for USMLE and COMLEX

Ryan Gray, MD of Meded Media

7
Followers
44
Plays
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A collaboration between the Medical School Headquarters and BoardVitals, Board Rounds for the USMLE Step 1 and COMLEX Level 1 is here to make sure you are as prepared as possible when you walk into to take your board exam. This test can make or break your residency dreams and we want to make sure you do as well as you can. We'll provide the information and motivation that you need, to help you get the score you deserve. Use the promo code BOARDROUNDS to save 15% off at BoardVitals

Latest Episodes

A Lung Tumor With Popcorn-Like Calcifications

A 55-y/o heavy smoker is shown to have a peripheral, well-circumscribed mass with popcorn-like calcifications in the RUL. What is the lesion likely composed of?

9 MIN5 days ago
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A Lung Tumor With Popcorn-Like Calcifications

Which of These Bacteria Are Causing Pneumonia?

A 55-y/o heavy smoker is shown to have a peripheral, well-circumscribed mass with popcorn-like calcifications in the RUL. What is the lesion likely composed of?

9 MIN1 weeks ago
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Which of These Bacteria Are Causing Pneumonia?

What Do Neurotransmitters Have to Do With Amenorrhea?

Which of these neurotransmitters is mostly likely causing this patient's galactorrhea and secondary amenorrhea? Where is it coming from?

7 MINAUG 14
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What Do Neurotransmitters Have to Do With Amenorrhea?

The Clinical Signs of Renal Allograft Rejection

A patient with a 2-month-old kidney transplant has elevated creatinine, fever, and tenderness at the graft region. What other finding is likely present?

12 MINAUG 7
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The Clinical Signs of Renal Allograft Rejection

Peptides and Isolated Cardiac Amyloidosis

A patient with a history of arrhytmia is found to have atrial amyloid deposition on autopsy. Do you know what peptide is associated with this finding?

9 MINJUL 31
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Peptides and Isolated Cardiac Amyloidosis

Why Is This Menstruating Patient So Sick?

A menstruating adult is tachycardic, somnolent, and hypotensive with GI symptoms and macular rash. What sort of organism do you suspect?

12 MINJUL 24
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Why Is This Menstruating Patient So Sick?

What will we See with Potential Pediatric Infection?

Session 25 Dr. Karen Shackelford form BoardVitals joins us once again as we dig deep into a question about the hematopoietic and immune system. Listen to this podcast episode with the player above, or keep reading for the highlights and takeaway points. [01:05] About BoardVitals If you're ready to prepare for your Step 1 or Level 1, go to BoardVitals. Their QBank system is set up to simulate the real USMLE Step 1 and COMLEX Level 1 exams. They have questions that are equally as hard to get you prepared for your exam. Use the promo code BOARDROUNDS to save 15% off when you purchase any of their products. [02:20] Question of the Week A 16-year-old male presents with a complaint of sore throat, fatigue and low-grade fever for three days. Exam reveals glossopharyngeal erythema with white exudates on his tonsils. He has enlarged posterior cervical lymph nodes and the posterior auricular lymph nodes are slightly enlarged. His spleen is palpable on abdominal exam. The throat culture is neg...

9 MINJUL 17
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What will we See with Potential Pediatric Infection?

The Mechanism of Hepatitis D Superinfection

Your adult patient with flu-like symptoms and yellow sclera is positive for hepatitis-B. Hepatitis-D is on your differential. How does hep-B enable a hepatitis-D superinfection?

9 MINJUL 10
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The Mechanism of Hepatitis D Superinfection

Etiology of an Absent Nerve Reflex of the Palate

In today's neuro question, our patient has decreased LOC and unilateral absence of the gag reflex. Does the problem lie with the vagus nerve, the glossopharyngeal nerve, or both?

9 MINJUL 3
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Etiology of an Absent Nerve Reflex of the Palate

What is Causing This Pancreatitis?

A 45 yo Male patient has emesis and radiating abdominal pain. Presented with a battery of lab values, which of the five pathological mechanisms do we choose?

13 MINJUN 26
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What is Causing This Pancreatitis?

Latest Episodes

A Lung Tumor With Popcorn-Like Calcifications

A 55-y/o heavy smoker is shown to have a peripheral, well-circumscribed mass with popcorn-like calcifications in the RUL. What is the lesion likely composed of?

9 MIN5 days ago
Comments
A Lung Tumor With Popcorn-Like Calcifications

Which of These Bacteria Are Causing Pneumonia?

A 55-y/o heavy smoker is shown to have a peripheral, well-circumscribed mass with popcorn-like calcifications in the RUL. What is the lesion likely composed of?

9 MIN1 weeks ago
Comments
Which of These Bacteria Are Causing Pneumonia?

What Do Neurotransmitters Have to Do With Amenorrhea?

Which of these neurotransmitters is mostly likely causing this patient's galactorrhea and secondary amenorrhea? Where is it coming from?

7 MINAUG 14
Comments
What Do Neurotransmitters Have to Do With Amenorrhea?

The Clinical Signs of Renal Allograft Rejection

A patient with a 2-month-old kidney transplant has elevated creatinine, fever, and tenderness at the graft region. What other finding is likely present?

12 MINAUG 7
Comments
The Clinical Signs of Renal Allograft Rejection

Peptides and Isolated Cardiac Amyloidosis

A patient with a history of arrhytmia is found to have atrial amyloid deposition on autopsy. Do you know what peptide is associated with this finding?

9 MINJUL 31
Comments
Peptides and Isolated Cardiac Amyloidosis

Why Is This Menstruating Patient So Sick?

A menstruating adult is tachycardic, somnolent, and hypotensive with GI symptoms and macular rash. What sort of organism do you suspect?

12 MINJUL 24
Comments
Why Is This Menstruating Patient So Sick?

What will we See with Potential Pediatric Infection?

Session 25 Dr. Karen Shackelford form BoardVitals joins us once again as we dig deep into a question about the hematopoietic and immune system. Listen to this podcast episode with the player above, or keep reading for the highlights and takeaway points. [01:05] About BoardVitals If you're ready to prepare for your Step 1 or Level 1, go to BoardVitals. Their QBank system is set up to simulate the real USMLE Step 1 and COMLEX Level 1 exams. They have questions that are equally as hard to get you prepared for your exam. Use the promo code BOARDROUNDS to save 15% off when you purchase any of their products. [02:20] Question of the Week A 16-year-old male presents with a complaint of sore throat, fatigue and low-grade fever for three days. Exam reveals glossopharyngeal erythema with white exudates on his tonsils. He has enlarged posterior cervical lymph nodes and the posterior auricular lymph nodes are slightly enlarged. His spleen is palpable on abdominal exam. The throat culture is neg...

9 MINJUL 17
Comments
What will we See with Potential Pediatric Infection?

The Mechanism of Hepatitis D Superinfection

Your adult patient with flu-like symptoms and yellow sclera is positive for hepatitis-B. Hepatitis-D is on your differential. How does hep-B enable a hepatitis-D superinfection?

9 MINJUL 10
Comments
The Mechanism of Hepatitis D Superinfection

Etiology of an Absent Nerve Reflex of the Palate

In today's neuro question, our patient has decreased LOC and unilateral absence of the gag reflex. Does the problem lie with the vagus nerve, the glossopharyngeal nerve, or both?

9 MINJUL 3
Comments
Etiology of an Absent Nerve Reflex of the Palate

What is Causing This Pancreatitis?

A 45 yo Male patient has emesis and radiating abdominal pain. Presented with a battery of lab values, which of the five pathological mechanisms do we choose?

13 MINJUN 26
Comments
What is Causing This Pancreatitis?

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