The Medicine of Chernobyl Part 4: A Practical Application of Radiation Therapy and What should a Med Student Know?
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This is the fourth episode of the Medicine of Chernobyl, inspired by the HBO series of the same name. This one is focused on a practical application of radiation therapy in gynecologic oncology.
00:40 - 18 year old female with a pelvic mass.
12:25 - What should a medical student know about radiation and its side effects?
14:35 - Dr. Thompson's advice on prepping for the USMLE
15:30 - The most important question to ask about radiation.
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Sources, Credits, and More Resources
Thanks to Ike Potter, producer of the ITB Main Podcast, and Christopher Breitigan, ITB's creative director, the executive producer of our Chernobyl series and the genius behind @ITBsides on Twitter.
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Music: Radiate by Enter Shikari (used with permission).