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Fundamentals of Pathology

You asked and we listened!

What do you get when you combine Picmonic with Pathoma → Pathomamonic (kind of like pathognomonic, right?). Well, this combination is gonna be “pathomamonic” for absolutely crushing your exams!

Do you see 270+ Step scores in your future? Because we do! :)

Here at Picmonic, we realize how valuable Dr. Husain Sattar and his Pathoma course is. Some of our medical scholars had the opportunity to sit in on a few live lectures of his during school and they couldn’t agree more. Based on our own experience with Pathoma, and all of your feedback, we decided to make your studying even more efficient by introducing the Picmonic Pathoma Pathway!

What does this mean for you? Many of you have been using two of your favorite resources separately to study for your medical school courses and USMLE exams, but now you have the opportunity to save precious time and score even higher using them together. Now you can use Pathoma to study broader concepts and browse right to the related Picmonics ensuring you never forget the small details – you’ll remember everything, forever!

Did Dr. Sattar say something you want to remember? You can use our notes feature to annotate right into the specific Picmonic. Does he mention that something is low-yield, but you know that it helps you understand the concept better? You can create your own Picmonic from scratch right on the platform. Maybe you want to use a Picmonic image to help memorize a certain pathologic condition? Print it out and attach it to the relevant page in your Pathoma Fundamentals of Pathology coursebook. These are just a few ways you can integrate your Pathoma and Picmonic studying, but you’re only limited by your imagination.

We hope you enjoy this new integrated pathway just as much as we do, and wish you the happiest of studying!


Alana Yuen

Alana Yuen, Artist, Events Coordinator & Student Success Ninja

As one of Picmonic’s artists, Alana enjoys drawing the characters that represent the crazy facts you need to remember. She also helps set up Picmonic info sessions for schools across the world. She lives in Brooklyn, NY and considers herself the official “east coast branch” of Picmonic.

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