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  • 130pp. Published July 2019
  • Scientific Research Publishing
  • Category: Medicine & Healthcare
  • ISBN: 978-1-61896-697-1
  • (Paperback) USD 89.00
  • ISBN: 978-1-61896-698-8
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ACUPUNCTURE “AFFECTED VESSEL CRITERION”: AN INNOVATIVE DIAGNOSIS VADEMECUM TO UPGRADE CHINESE MEDICAL PRACTICE
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The book is to learn not only the meaning of the nosological conditions that we are dealing with, but to relate them to the Organs, Viscus, Status criteria or Elements and locate them in the main meridians and secondary vessels pointed out by the Chinese Acupunctural wisdom millennia ago, in order to understand their influence within the Generative and Inhibitory Cycles that represent the medical situation that we strive to correct.


Adding this new point of view about the “Affected Vessel Criterion” will allow us to complete the wide range of diagnostic possibilities, to achieve a specific and accurate treatment that will provide our patients with the maximal potential that Acupuncture is capable of offering. According to the nature of the syndrome, this new concept of “Affected Vessel Criterion” as another diagnostic research option will significantly help the readers to rationally and specifically select the best-focused treatment for each particular patient.

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Components of the Book:
  • Head Page
  • Copyright
  • Confucius
  • Dedicatory
  • Content
  • 1. PROLOGUE
  • 2. INTRODUCTION
  • 3. BASIC COSMOLOGICAL LAWS IN CHINESE MEDICINE
    • 3.1. The Five Perverse Energies
  • 4. THE EIGHT PRINCIPLES IN CHINESE MEDICINE
    • 4.1. Interior-Exterior Rule [Biao-Li]
    • 4.2. Vacuity-Plenitude Rule [Xu-Shi]
    • 4.3. Cold-Heat Rule (Han-Huo)
    • 4.4. Yin-Yang Rule
  • 5. CHINESE CLINICAL SEMIOLOGY OF THE EIGHT PRINCIPLES
    • 5.1. The Facies in Traditional Chinese Medicine
    • 5.2. Analysis of the Tongue in the Clinical Semiology of Traditional Chinese Medicine
  • 6. ACUPUNCTURE AFFECTED VESSEL CRITERIA
    • 6.1. PRECORDIALGIA
    • 6.2. CEPHALEA
    • 6.3. FEVER
    • 6.4. OCULAR PATHOLOGIES
    • 6.5. PARALYSIS + LOSS OF CONSCIOUSNESS
    • 6.6. VERTIGO
    • 6.7. OTORRHINOLARYNGOLOGIC PATHOLOGIES
    • 6.8. BUCO-DENTAL PATHOLOGY
    • 6.9. FACIAL PARALYSIS
    • 6.10. FACIAL NEURALGIA
    • 6.11. CERVICAL CONDITIONS & CERVICO-BRAQUIALGIAS
    • 6.12. DERMATOLOGIC CONDITIONS
    • 6.13. DYSPNOEA
    • 6.14. OTHER RESPIRATORY CONDITIONS
    • 6.15. EPISTAXIS& HEMOPTISIS: CAUSES
    • 6.16. HEMOPTISIS
    • 6.17. SHOULDER PROBLEMS & PARALYSIS OF THE UPPER LIMBS
    • 6.18. ELBOW PAIN
    • 6.19. FOREARM & HAND ISSUES
    • 6.20. LOWER BACK PAIN
    • 6.21. COXALGIA
    • 6.22. GONALGIA & KNEE PROBLEMS
    • 6.23. GENERAL NEUROLOGIC, TRAUMATOLOGIC & ORTHOPEDIC ISSUES INTHE LOWER LIMBS
    • 6.24. ABDOMINAL CONDITIONS
    • 6.25. VOMITS
    • 6.26. CONSTIPATION
    • 6.27. DIARRHEA
    • 6.28. HAEMATOLOGIC CONDITIONS
    • 6.29. GYNAECOLOGIC CONDITIONS
    • 6.30. GENITO-URINARY CONDITIONS
    • 6.31. GENITAL PAIN
    • 6.32. ERECTILE DISFUCNTION
    • 6.33. PSYCHOLOGIC & PSYCHIATRIC CONDITIONS
  • 7. DISCUSSION
  • 8. AFTERWORD
  • 9. ACKNOWLEDGEMENT
Readership: Readers who want to rationally and specifically select the best-focused treatment for each particular patient and better comprehend the wonderful diagnostic accuracy of Chinese Medicine experts.
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