TCM cases for practitioners
A lot of practitioners are eager to learn more about the practical transformation of TCM in practice. Here is a list of new releases of top-TCM books which have been released recently:
TCM Case Studies: Autoimmune Disease
Disease shows that autoimmune diseases refers to illnesses that occur when body tissues are attacked by its own immune system. The most common autoimmune diseases include rheumatoid arthritis, lupus, Sjögren s syndrome, scleroderma, vasculitis, thrombocytopenic purpura, Graves disease, inflammatory bowel disease, psoriasis and other hard-to-cure diseases. In the western world corticosteroids and immunosuppresants are used generally for autoimmune diseases.
TCM Case Studies: Dermatology
Dermatology shows that integration has many faces. This collaborative work approaches integration in terms of the narrative which composes the case.
TCM Case Studies: Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Disorders
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Disorders include many of the most common conditions encountered in clinical practice, affecting women and men, children and the elderly equally. They are also known as EENT disorders.
TCM Case Studies: Gynecology
Gynecology discusses nearly 40 common gynecological conditions associated with menstruation, pregnancy, vaginal discharge, post-partum conditions, abnormal bleeding, and other miscellaneous gynecological conditions.
TCM Case Studies: Internal Medicine
TCM Case Studies: Internal Medicine is a book which explains Chinese internal medicine. It covers the foundation of clinical practice of Chinese medicine and a large variety of diseases and symptoms. To develop expertise in every internal disease requires a lot of practice and extensive studies. This book is mastering the theory of Chinese medicine and classical understanding of the etiology and pathomechanism of diseases, the practitioner must acquire many years of clinical practice.
TCM Case Studies: Pain Management
TCM Case Studies: Pain Management is a book which is edited by internationally recognized pain experts. It describes 73 real life clinical cases, each followed by discussion of pathogenesis, work-up, differential diagnosis and treatment options. Cases are divided into seven sub-topics: neurologic disorders, spinal disorders, musculoskeletal pain, visceral pain, headache and facial pain, cancer pain, and special topics such as pain in children and older adults. There is also a question-and-answer format, facilitating learning and also enabling self-testing.
TCM Case Studies: Pediatrics
TCM Case Studies:Pediatrics covers one of the oldest areas of specialization in Chinese medicine. While children display increased growth and development, there is also an increased susceptibility to disease along with a unique set of clinical manifestations.
TCM Case Studies: External Medicine
Chinese External Medicine is the branch of TCM concerned with diagnosis and treatment of conditions that affect the body s surface, unlike TCM Internal Medicine whereby the focus is on internal organ systems. External medicine, or wai ke, refers to conditions that can be seen by the eye or palpated directly such as traumatic injuries, skin diseases, breast lumps, hemorrhoids, male genital problems and so on. Despite the common nature of many conditions covered by Chinese external medicine, until the publication of this book, little had been done to introduce these essential diagnostic and treatment methods to the West.