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I've been having a problem while listening to the Goljan audios, so I searched the web to see if I could find a source that listed all the topics and the specific time for a faster access while reviewing these audios... This is what I found:

"While studying for path for Step 1, I had noticed that many of the lectures were somewhat difficult to jump to and read along with (i.e. wanting to cover leukemias) since the lectures did not start and stop with a specific topic. As I went along with the lectures, I wrote down the times that each lecture started on so hopefully they are helpful to others who want to use the audio

Chapter in RR - Audio start time (i.e. 4-3 --> day 4, lecture 3 --- time is approximate give or take 5 seconds)

Chapter 1 (Cell Injury) - 1-1 (~7:00)
Chapter 2 (Inflammation and Repair) - 1-4 (~6:37)
Chapter 3 (immunopathology) - (not really covered except during endocrine)
Chapter 4 (water, electrolyte, acid-base) - 1-5 (~31:10)
Chapter 5 (genetic and developmental disorders) - not covered
Chapter 6 (environmental pathology) - not covered (except spiders but somewhat pointless to time jump to since it isn't all that high-yield)

Chapter 7 (Nutritional disorders) - 2-1 (~2:50)
Chapter 8 (Neoplasia) - 2-2 (~31:21)

This part goes out of sequence since lectures go to heme first and then heart

Chapter 9-10 (vascular and heart disorders) - 3-3 (~37:15)

Jumping back

Chapter 11 (RBC disorders) - 2-4 (~31:38)
Chapter 12 (WBC disorders) - 2-7 (~44:10)
Chapter 13 (lymphoid disorders) - 2-8 (~42:34)
Chapter 14 (hemostasis disorders) - 3-1 (~17:04)
Chapter 15 (Blood banking and transfusion) - 3-2 (~42:13)

Chapter 16 (Upper and Lower respiratory) - 3-8 (0:00)
Chapter 17 (Gastrointestinal disorders) - 4-2 (~13:00)
Chapter 18 (Hepatobiliary and Pancreatic) - 4-4 (~29:30)
Chapter 19 (kidney disorders) - 4-6 (~24:40)
Chapter 20 (lower urinary tract) - 4-8 (~39:21)

Chapter 20 (male reproductive tract) - 4-8 (~44:50)
Chapter 21 (female reproductive and breast) - 5-1 (0:00)
Chapter 22 (endocrine) - 5-2 (0:00)
Chapter 23 (musculoskeletal) - 5-4 (~10:39)
Chapter 24 (skin disorders) - 5-5 (~14:56)
Chapter 25 (nervous system) - 5-5 (~34:04)"

I want to clarify: I do not own this material neither I contributed to its creation. This excellent material is someone else's work, and I just happened to found it and I want to share it with you guys...

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http://forums.studentdoctor.net/show...72#post5256472


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So Inflammation actually starts on Day 1 Lecture 4? Why if lecture 3 says Inflammation 1?
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I haven't put into practice... I just found it and it looked good. I think that as he said: it has to be correlated with the book to have sense.

This might give some help... I'll check it next week that I will start with pathology RR and then I will let you know...

As for now.. you might give it a try, you can help me to improve this and edit it... What do you think?

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So Inflammation actually starts on Day 1 Lecture 4? Why if lecture 3 says Inflammation 1?
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I haven't put into practice... I just found it and it looked good. I think that as he said: it has to be correlated with the book to have sense.

This might give some help... I'll check it next week that I will start with pathology RR and then I will let you know...

As for now.. you might give it a try, you can help me to improve this and edit it... What do you think?
Ok I just started Path so I'll see how this goes
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Yeah, I have listened to Goljan audio since I found that source and it matches up very accurately.

Thanks a lot to whomever took the time to put it together.

Just speed up your mp3 to the time stated and Goljan starts giving the lectures.
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Yeah Tootsie is right, I just finished the first section and Inflammation started at the 1:4, 6:37 like it said

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this is awesome.. thanks
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