Qiao Yi | Julie Liu

Zang Fu Pattern Identification Study Guide

Traditional Chinese Medicine

  • Verlag: Eastland Press
  • ISBN: 9780939616961
  • 2021, 437 pages

49,95 

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Beschreibung

Zangfu pattern identification (zàng fû biàn zhèng) helps you to analyze the signs and symptoms of disease according to the physiological functions and pathological characteristics of the zàng fû organs. As well as individually and in combinations with our organs. On this behalf you are able to infer the etiology, pathology, location and nature of a disease. It also reveals the condition of the body’s normal (antipathogenic) qi and its ability to battle pathogenic qi.

Zang fu patterns explained

All physiological functions and pathological changes are associated with the zàng fû organs. Most often, the occurrence and development of disease is the result of zàng fû organ dysfunction. Zàng fû pattern identification is one of the core diagnostic methods in traditional Chinese medicine and is the foundation for clinical analysis and differentiation of every disease, particularly for interior and chronic conditions.
Zang Fu Pattern Identification Study Guide provides an in-depth description and analysis of the physiological characteristics, common etiological factors and pathological patterns of each of the zàng fû organs.

Part I explores the five zàng or ‘solid’ yin organs, and Part II the six fû or ‘hollow’ yang organs. Similar patterns are differentiated from one another.
Part III examines the most common compound or complex patterns involving pathology between two or more associated organs. Part IV addresses more difficult questions that require deeper exploration. Rounding out the book in Part V is a comprehensive self-examination with 200 questions and answers based on the material in the text.

Content:
PART 1: ZANG ORGANS
Chapter 1: Heart Disease Patterns
Chapter 2: Lung Disease Patterns
Chapter 3: Spleen Disease Patterns
Chapter 4: Liver Disease Patterns
Chapter 5: Kidney Disease Patterns
PART 2: FU ORGANS
Chapter 6: Stomach Disease Patterns
Chapter 7: Small Intestine Disease Patterns
Chapter 8: Large Intestine Disease Patterns
Chapter 9: Gallbladder Disease Patterns
Chapter 10: Urinary Bladder Disease Patterns
PART 3: COMPOUND PATTERNS
Chapter 11: Heart and Lung
Chapter 12: Heart and Spleen
Chapter 13: Heart and Liver
Chapter 14: Heart and Kidney
Chapter 15: Heart and Small Intestine
Chapter 16: Spleen and Lung
Chapter 17: Spleen and Kidney
Chapter 18: Spleen and Stomach
Chapter 19: Lung and Kidney
Chapter 20: Liver and Kidney
Chapter 21: Liver and Spleen/Stomach
Chapter 22: Liver and Lung
Chapter 23: Liver and Gallbladder
PART 4: QUESTIONS & ANSWERS FOR DEEPER INSIGHT
The Questions in Summary
Chapter 24: The Questions and Answers
PART 5: COMPREHENSIVE EXAMINATION
Chapter 25: Exam Questions and Answer Key
Answer Key
Bibliography
General Index

 

Autor

Julie Liu

Julie Liu

Julie Liu, L.Ac., Dipl. OM (NCCAOM), is a graduate of the Master of Science in Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine program at Dongguk University, Los Angeles, where she completed an externship at the University of Southern California Student Health Center. She began her studies in acupuncture and herbal medicine at Emperor’s…

Qiao Yi

Qiao Yi

Qiao Yi, M.P.H., L.Ac is a graduate of Beijing University of Traditional Chinese Medicine (1987), and received a Masters degree in Public Health from U.C.L.A. She served as clinical director at both Emperor’s College and SAMRA University, and as Associate Dean and Academic Dean at Yo San University and Emperor’s…

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