Download PDF by Susanna Dowie MA LicAC MBAAcC HonMRCHM MATCM: Acupuncture: an Aid to Differential Diagnosis: A Portable

By Susanna Dowie MA LicAC MBAAcC HonMRCHM MATCM

ISBN-10: 0443068674

ISBN-13: 9780443068676

ACUPUNCTURE: AN reduction TO DIFFERENTIAL prognosis offers a accomplished traditional and acupuncture differential analysis, referenced by means of providing and by means of acupuncture prognosis. awarded in an obtainable layout, spiral sure and with a horizontal minimize on every one web page, it provides the practitioner and scholar entry to a convenient and conveyable reminiscence relief to differential prognosis.

  • Presented in a small, transportable and quick-referenced form
  • Includes either western drugs differential prognosis and chinese language medication differential diagnosis
  • Suitable for either scholars and practitioners of acupuncture
  • Attractive color design

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Associated depression/anxiety: Stagnation of liver qi (depression, hypochondrial distension, sighing, moodiness, feeling ‘wound up’); heart blood deficiency (palpitations, insomnia, anxiety, poor memory, pale complexion); liver blood deficiency (mild dizziness, blurred vision, floaters, insomnia, muscle cramps); yin deficiency (mental restlessness, malar flush, night sweats, dry mouth, five-palm heat). 5. Aetiology: childhood perfectionism; childhood obsessive-compulsive traits; constrained behaviour (anorexia nervosa); impulsivity (bulimia nervosa); rebellion against taking in unacceptable things (bulimia); attempt to establish control.

Collapse of the lung in severe cases. Sudden chest pain on affected side and breathlessness, possibly pallor, cyanosis, confusion and rapid pulse. 6. Pleurisy: inflammation of pleura. a) Sharp pain in chest, felt also in axilla or around the scapula. b) Worse for coughing, movement and respiration. 7. Other causes include: cystic fibrosis; pulmonary tuberculosis; cardiac asthma; left ventricular failure; reflux oesophagitis. indd 12 8/9/2008 6:17:51 PM Chinese Differentiation: Asthma, breathlessness and wheezing Diagnostic questioning according to: 1.

C) Kidney cancer: smooth, firm, non-tender mass near kidney. 4. Stemming from stomach pathology: a) Stomach cancer: mass left upper or central abdomen. b) Appendicitis: vague pain around navel developing into sharp, severe pain in lower right abdomen. 5. Stemming from spleen pathology: a) Spleen enlargement (splenomegaly): abdominal mass in left upper quadrant. 6. Stemming from intestinal pathology: a) Irritable bowel syndrome: abdominal distension with alternating diarrhoea and constipation. b) Faecal impaction: abdominal mass left lower quadrant.

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