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Pulse Indications

[SCUHS - OM Diagnosis I ] Pulse Indications

QuestionAnswer
Superficial (Floating) Exterior syndrome; Yin deficiency
Deep Interior syndrome
Slow Cold syndrome
Rapid Heat syndrome
Deficient (Empty) Deficiency syndrome of qi and blood
Excess (Full) Excess syndrome
Surging (Overflowing) Excess Interior Heat
Thready (Fine,Thin) Yin and blood deficiency (qi also deficient); Internal dampness with severe qi deficiency
Rolling (Slippery) Phlegm, Dampness (Phlegm and retained fluids); Food stagnation; Excess Heat; Pregnancy (normal pulse)
Hesitant (Choppy) Blood and essence deficiency; Qi and Blood stagnation; Fluid exhaustion after sweating, vomiting
String-taut (Wiry) Disorders of Liver and Gallbladder; Pain syndrome; Phlegm and retained fluids
Tense (Tight) Cold syndrome; Pain syndrome; Food retention
Soft (Weak-floating) Dampness with internal deficiency; Deficiency of Yin and Essence
Weak Deficiency syndromes of yang qi and blood
Abrupt (Hasty) Excessive yang heat (and deficient Heart qi); Stagnation of qi and blood; Retention of food or phlegm
Knotted Excess yin, cold phlegm, blood stasis; Deficiency of Heart qi and yang
Regularly Intermittent (Intermittent) Declining Zang Qi; Wind; Pain syndrome; Fear/fright disorders; Traumatic contusion/sprain (Western Med: possible organic Heart disease)
Created by: rawginpi on 2009-04-16



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