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Hi! Welcome to The Psychology Podcast hosted by me, Daniel Karim. In the Psychology Podcasts, I interview extraordinary people and pick their brains. I portray people who have an inspiring story to share that will help you to live a rich life yourself. The main focus of my interest is the psychology of a*s kicking. The goal is it to investigate and deconstruct happiness and success and explore what it takes to evolve as a person. This includes their favorite books, morning routines, exercise ...
 
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In this radiology lecture, we review the ultrasound appearance of testicular torsion through three unique cases. Key teaching points include: Torsion occurs when spermatic cord twists and cuts off blood supply to the testis. Bell-clapper deformity most common etiology: Abnormally high attachment of tunica vaginalis allowing spermatic cord rotation …
 
Christos Nikas Instagram expert, keynote speaker, and content strategist sits down with Daniel Karim in order to talk about his uncommon journey of becoming, what it takes to grow a following, how he learned to help more than 100.000 people on the internet, and what we can do in order increase our therapeutic footprint in the world.…
 
In this radiology lecture, the ultrasound and CT appearance of renal oncocytoma is revealed. Key teaching points include: Oncocytomas are benign, solid tumors. 13% patients have multiple oncocytomas, and 1/3rd have concurrent renal cell carcinoma. Central stellate nonenhancing scar only seen in 1/3rd of cases, and more commonly in larger tumors. Sp…
 
Dr. Nadine Macaluso one of the world-leading therapists in the field of trauma bonds, author, and ex-wife to the infamous Jordan Belfort sits down with Daniel Karim in order to talk about her journey of becoming, what it was like for her to be portrayed in the box office hit 'The Wolf of Wallstreet' and how we can heal after we had a toxic relation…
 
In this radiology lecture, we reveal the imaging appearance of mucinous cystadenocarcinoma of the ovary and explain differentiating features from serous cystadenocarcinoma. Key points include: A rare type of malignant ovarian epithelial tumor. Often large at presentation, may be enormous. Almost always multilocular. Mucinous, proteinaceous and hemo…
 
Dr. Guy Winch one of the world's leading psychologists and most successful Ted speakers of all time sits down with Daniel Karim in order to talk about his journey of becoming one of the most influential therapists in the world, what it is like to help millions of people and what we can do once our heart is broken.// Follow Dr. Guy Winch//Blog guywi…
 
In this radiology lecture, we discuss the CT appearance of wandering spleen! Key points include: Extremely rare, usually between 20-40 years of age, more common in females. Splenic mobility due to congenital or acquired abnormality of the normal peritoneal attachments/suspensory ligaments. Splenic migration to lower abdomen/pelvis, may develop long…
 
In this radiology lecture, the ultrasound appearance of complete molar pregnancy is revealed. Key points include: AKA hydatiform mole = Most common form of gestational trophoblastic disease. Gestational trophoblastic neoplasia (GTN) less common = Invasive mole and choriocarcinoma. Approximately 1/1,000 pregnancies is a molar pregnancy. Most common …
 
Quiz yourself with this week’s interactive video lecture as we present a total of 5 interesting musculoskeletal radiology cases followed by a diagnosis reveal and key teaching points after each case, all in just a few minutes! Click the YouTube Community tab or follow on social media for bonus teaching material posted throughout the week! Instagram…
 
In this radiology lecture, we discuss the MRI appearance of septate uterus, and explain how to differentiate from other uterine anomalies. Key points include: Most common müllerian duct anomaly (55%): Septal reabsorption abnormality. Ultrasound and MRI provide assessment of external uterine contour and presence of renal anomalies. Hysterosalpingogr…
 
In this radiology lecture, we discuss the ultrasound appearance of ovarian dermoid cyst, including the rarely seen but highly specific “floating sphere” sign! Key points include AKA mature cystic teratoma. Most common ovarian neoplasm. Benign, mean age 30. 10% bilateral. Mature tissue from ≥2 embryonic germ cell layers: Sebaceous material, hair fol…
 
In this radiology lecture, we discuss the ultrasound and CT appearance of retroperitoneal fibrosis. Key points include: Most cases (70%) are idiopathic = Ormond disease. Nonspecific symptoms depending on involved structures: Malaise, weight loss, low-grade fever. Ureteral entrapment: Obstructive uropathy or renal failure, may see medial deviation o…
 
In this radiology lecture, we discuss the CT and MRI appearance of perihilar cholangiocarcinoma. Key points include: Perihilar cholangiocarcinoma (AKA Klatskin tumor) occurs at bifurcation of the hepatic duct. Cholangiocarcinoma (CC) is a primary malignant tumor of bile duct epithelium, usually adenocarcinoma. CC is the most common primary hepatic …
 
Join me in this radiology lecture revealing the ultrasound and CT appearance of medullary sponge kidney (MSK). Key points include: MSK is a developmental ectasia with cystic dilatation of the collecting tubules in the pyramids leading to medullary nephrocalcinosis. DDx medullary nephrocalcinosis: Hyperparathyroidism (most common cause in adults), r…
 
In this radiology lecture, we discuss the ultrasound and CT appearance of amebic liver abscess. Key points include: Entamoeba histolytica infection. Endemic in Africa, Southeast Asia, and Central & South America. More common in males. Presents as right upper quadrant pain, fever and hepatomegaly. Both amebic and pyogenic (bacterial) abscesses can h…
 
In this radiology lecture, we discuss the chest x-ray and CT appearance of pulmonary infarction in the setting of acute pulmonary embolism. Key points include: Uncommon complication of pulmonary embolism. Most common in right lung. Risk of infarction increases with large clot burden. Typically wedge-shaped, peripheral consolidation with no air bron…
 
In this radiology lecture, we discuss the ultrasound appearance of ruptured ectopic pregnancy. Key points include: Most ectopic pregnancies occur in the fallopian tube: Ampulla most common, followed by isthmus and fimbria. Risk factors: Prior ectopic pregnancy, prior surgery (fallopian tube), pelvic inflammatory disease, endometriosis, IVF. “A sing…
 
In this radiology lecture, we discuss the appearance of gallstone ileus on x-ray and CT. Key points include: Gallstone ileus is a rare complication of chronic cholecystitis. Actually not an ileus, but a small bowel obstruction. Gallstone migrates through a fistula between gallbladder and small bowel (usually duodenum) and becomes impacted in the te…
 
In this radiology lecture, we discuss the ultrasound appearance of testicular epidermoid cyst. Key points include: Testicular epidermoid cyst is a rare, benign, intratesticular neoplasm. Most common in 2nd-4th decades, typically presents as a painless mass. Lamellated, onion-like, bull’s-eye appearance: Alternating hyperechoic and hypoechoic concen…
 
In this radiology lecture, we discuss the imaging appearance of necrotizing pancreatitis on both CT and MRI. Key points include: According to the revised Atlanta classification, there are two types of acute pancreatitis: Interstitial edematous pancreatitis (IEP) and necrotizing pancreatitis (NP). For IEP, fluid collection in first 4 weeks = acute p…
 
Nada Lena Nasserdeen (best-selling author, 2x TEDx speaker, founder & CEO of Rise up for you) sits down with Daniel Krim in order to talk about her journey of becoming, the lessons she learned from touring around the world as a singer, and what kind of advice she would give to people who want to become confident. // Nada Lena Nasserdeen//Blog www.n…
 
In this radiology lecture, we discuss the imaging appearance of duplicated collecting system and ureterocele, with attention to US and VCUG. Key points include: Weigert-Meyer rule: Remember the mnemonic “DUMI.” With duplex kidneys and complete ureteral Duplication, ureter draining Upper pole inserts ectopically into bladder Medially and Inferiorly …
 
In this radiology lecture, we discuss the imaging appearance of large bowel lymphoma. Key points include: Often isodense to skeletal muscle. May have aneurysmal dilatation of involved bowel. Less likely obstructive and longer segment involvement compared to colonic adenocarcinoma. Located near ileocecal valve. GI lymphoma: Most common in stomach, f…
 
In this radiology lecture, we discuss the ultrasound appearance of ovarian torsion. Key points include: Rotation of ovarian vascular pedicle with obstruction to venous outflow and arterial inflow. Enlarged, heterogenous ovary due to hemorrhage and edema. Small peripheral cysts with “follicular ring” sign: Thick, hyperechoic rim surrounding follicle…
 
In this inaugural case of the week radiology lecture, we discuss the imaging appearance of cecal volvulus! Key points include: Cecal volvulus occurs when there is twisting of cecum around the mesentery with proximal large bowel obstruction. Cecum normally <9 cm, rest of large bowel <6 cm. Topogram (scout view) extremely helpful. Vector typically po…
 
Tom Butler-Bowden (best-selling author, educational entrepreneur & success expert) sits down with Daniel Karim in order to talk about his journey of becoming, his relationship with the greatest thinkers of all time, what it's like to sell 500.000 books, and what kind of advice he would give to people who want to become world changers. // Follow Tom…
 
Check out my FREE webinar titled “Ultrasound of Ovarian Cystic Disease” on Wednesday, September 29, 2021 at 7-8 PM ET, hosted by the American Institute of Ultrasound in Medicine (AIUM). A Q&A session follows the presentation. In case you missed the lecture or would like to watch it again, click here: https://learn.aium.org/products/ultrasound-of-cy…
 
“When I met Kevin, I saw a man who manages to preserve the wisdom of his inner child. This human ‘Katalyst’ is able to bring out of reality its magic and out of people its joy.”Paulo CoelhoWhen I read the quote above on Kevin Carroll's website in 2020 I knew that I had to have the human 'Katalyst' on my show in order to ask him face to face what I …
 
Grief is an emotional avalanche that we all know all too well...It's the invisible hand around our throat that suffocates the joy out of our lungs when our favorite person leaves us prematurely.It's the widening of our eyes that occurs when we receive that one phone call that informs us that our life as we know isn't there anymore.It's the numbness…
 
The 24th episode of the Psychology Podcast with Daniel Karim features Marcus Kowal, fighter, entrepreneur, activist, and author.Marcus is a decorated MMA fighter, Brazilian Jiu Jitsu competitor, kickboxing black belt, and a second-degree Krav Maga black belt. He is also an author, accomplished business owner, entrepreneur, trainer, life coach, and …
 
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