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CAM Ch.13, Section IV. Diff 6 Syndroms

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Name the meridians that traverse the posterior, anterior and lateral aspects of the body. Taiyang, yangming, shaoyang
Name this syndrome: neck rigidity, pain in the posterior aspect of the head and neck Taiyang
Name this syndrome: high fever, profuse sweating extreme thirst, flushed face, mental restlessness, dry yellow tongue coating, superficial and forceful pulse Yangming Meridian Syndrome
Name this syndrome: fullness and distension in the costal and hypochondriac regions shaoyang
Name this syndrome: dryness of the mouth and throat shaoyin
Name this syndrome: abdominal pain and diarrhea taiyin
Name this syndrome: pain and heat sensation in the heart and vertical pain jueyin
Name this syndrome: retention of harmful water and dysuria taiyang
Name this syndrome: downward transmission of dryness and heat of the stomach, constipation, abdominal pain which is aggravated by pressure yangming
Name this syndrome: bitter taste in mouth and hypochondriac pain shaoyang
Name this syndrome: xu of spleen yang taiyin syndrome
Name this syndrome: xu of heart and kidney shaoyin syndrome
Name this syndrome: disturbance of liver qi jueyin syndrome
Differentiating syndromes according to 6 meridians entails analysis and synthesis of what three parts? 1. strength of resistance to disease 2. virulence of the pathogenic factors 3. depth of the disease
In three yang syndromes, the antipathogenic qi is strong and the pathogenic factor is hyperactive. What is presenting in the person? The disease is active, manifesting syndromes of heat and excess nature.
In three yin syndromes, the pathogenic factor is hyperactive, while the resistance to the disease is weak. What is the presenting in the person? The disease tends to be inactive manifesting syndromes of cold and deficiency nature.
Treatment aim in the three yang syndromes? Eliminate the pathogenic factor
Treatment aim in the three yin syndromes? Promoting antipathogenic qi
Generally, exogenous diseases develop from exterior to interior. What are the 4 exceptions to this rule? 1.simultaneous onset of disease in 2 or more meridians 2.overlapping of disease. one meridian not cured before 2nd is attacked 3.direct invasion from EPI into one of 6 meridians 4.transmission of disease between a pair of ext. and int. related meridian
Pathology - name syndrome: fever, aversion to cold, stiffness and p at post aspect of head and neck, superficial pulse Taiyang Syndrome
Pathology - name syndrome: SWEATING with a superficial and slowing-down pulse invasion of Taiyang WIND
Pathology - name syndrome: ABSENCE OF SWEATING, superficial tense pulse invasion of Taiyang by cold
Pathology - name syndrome: between interior and exterior, ALT. CHILLS AND FEVER, fullness in costal and hypochond. region, anorexia, mental restlessness, vomiting, BITTER TASTE, dryness of throat, blurring vision, string taut pulse Shaoyang Syndrome
Treatment Principle for Shaoyang syndrome Harmonize Shaoyang. Points from Shaoyang and Jueyin meridians (SJ, GB, P, LV).
Treatment Principle for Taiyang syndrome Eliminate Exterior syndrome and promote smooth circulation of qi in meridians. Points from Taiyang Meridians of Hand and Foot (SI and UB)
Pathology - name the syndrome: EXTREME struggle between EPI and antipath. qi. Interior/Heat/Excess. Yangming Syndrome
Yangming Meridian or Yangming Organ? Insubstantial heat spreading all over the body Yangming Meridian Syndrome
Yangming Meridian or Yangming Organ? Substantial heat accumulating in the fu organs Yangming Fu Organ Syndrome
Syndrome? feverishness of body pronounced in the afternoon, constipation, fullness and p in abdomen aggr. by pressure, restlessness, delirium, dry yellow coating or burnt yellow coating with thorns on tongue, deep and forceful pulse of excess type. Yangming Fu Organ Syndrome
Treatment Principle for Yangming Meridian Syndrome clear off heat using Yangming Merdians of hand and foot and governor vessel (LI, ST, DU).
Treatment Principle for Yangming Fu Syndrome Purgation of excess faeces and excessive heat. Front Mu and Lower He-Sea of Yang Ming Hand/Foot (LI, ST, also SP)
Pathology - name syndrome: abdominal fullness, vomiting, poor appetite, diarrhoea, abdominal pain allevited with warmth or pressure, absence of thirst, a pale tongue with white coating, slow or slowing down pulse. Taiyin Syndrome
Taiyin syndrome is often due to these three reasons? 1. constitutional Spleen yang xu 2. direct invasion by pathogenic cold 3. inappropriate treatment of the three yang syndromes.
Syndrome description: cold syndrome of deficiency type resulting from xu of spleen qi and retention of cold damp in interior. Taiyin Syndrome
Treatment Principle for Taiyin Syndrome Warm middle burner and disperse cold. Back-shu, Front-mu and he-sea points of Spleen and Stomach, conception. Needling and Moxa.
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