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In this episode, I began our discussion of reproductive physiology, starting with male repro and sexual differentiation. We cover a wide range of topics in this episode, including male embryo & anatomy, HPG axis, spermatogenesis, ED, and more. Enjoy!
The Med School Phys podcast discusses topics in human physiology. Our primary aim is to help medical students learn/review high yield material for their classes and board exams. Hopefully listeners find that this alternative audio-based learning format works for them. This podcast is intended to be educational and all the information shared herein is publicly available through the internet. Med School Phys is an independent project and currently shares no affiliation with other organizations, companies, or academic institutions.
You can email me questions or constructive feedback at medschoolphys@gmail.com
You can share a link to our episodes via Spreaker or encourage others to listen on their podcasting app of choice: https://www.spreaker.com/user/medschoolphys
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Episode transcriptions can be found at: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/12QQSFho-ThIIeZuulsblGSnnNL8oJ7ag?usp=sharing
DISCLAIMER: All information, content, and materials published by the Med School Phys podcast are for informational purposes only and are NOT intended to serve as a substitute for the consultation, diagnosis, and/or medical treatment of a qualified healthcare provider. Please consult your healthcare provider regarding personal medical decisions.

In this episode, I began our discussion of reproductive physiology, starting with male repro and sexual differentiation. We cover a wide range of topics in this episode, including male embryo & anatomy, HPG axis, spermatogenesis, ED, and more. Enjoy!
The Med School Phys podcast discusses topics in human physiology. Our primary aim is to help medical students learn/review high yield material for their classes and board exams. Hopefully listeners find that this alternative audio-based learning format works for them. This podcast is intended to be educational and all the information shared herein is publicly available through the internet. Med School Phys is an independent project and currently shares no affiliation with other organizations, companies, or academic institutions.
You can email me questions or constructive feedback at medschoolphys@gmail.com
You can share a link to our episodes via Spreaker or encourage others to listen on their podcasting app of choice: https://www.spreaker.com/user/medschoolphys
Find our Youtube channel at: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCXEEgC1JZysYsKy9NRYisEQ
Episode transcriptions can be found at: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/12QQSFho-ThIIeZuulsblGSnnNL8oJ7ag?usp=sharing
DISCLAIMER: All information, content, and materials published by the Med School Phys podcast are for informational purposes only and are NOT intended to serve as a substitute for the consultation, diagnosis, and/or medical treatment of a qualified healthcare provider. Please consult your healthcare provider regarding personal medical decisions.

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