Diagnostics of Traditional Chinese Medicine
These are the methods used to collect data relating to a patients’ pathological condition. This generally includes inspection, listening/smelling, pulse-taking and inquiry (questioning). These tools are vital in aiding practitioners of Chinese Medicine to accurately diagnose and differentiate pathological conditions.
Diagnostics of Traditional Chinese Medicine acts a bridge connecting TCM theory to its clinical specialisms and is therefore an essential part of practitioner development.
This volume is composed of two parts:
Part 1 – Diagnostic Methods:
- Listening & Olfaction
- Pulse-taking & Palpation
Part 2 – Differentiation of Syndromes:
- Syndrome Differentiation with Eight Principles
- Differentiation of Qi, Blood and Body Fluid
- Differentiation of Viscera (Zang-Fu Theory)
- Other Syndrome Differentiation Methods (6 meridians, 4 levels)
Author: Wang Lufen
Publisher: Shanghai Pujiang Education Press
Publishing Date: 01/10/2002
No. Of Pages: 280
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