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Syndrome Differentiation of TCM To Renal Insufficiency Treatment

2018-07-10 11:40

To the Traditional Chinese Medicine there is more principle of treatment to diagnose the different chronic disease which the western medicine is hard to treat, then the following comments will explain the treatment principle of Traditional Chinese Medicine.

Meridian syndrome differentiation is mainly a synthesis of some diseases recorded in classical works of traditional Chinese medicine, such as qi and blood, which are often mixed in viscera organs and qi and blood diseases. Meridian syndrome differentiation includes the twelve meridians’s disease and eight extra channels disease. The twelve meridians’s disease also includes 12 kinds of diseases such as hand Taiyin lung meridian disease, hand Yangming intestine meridian disease and hand Yangming stomach meridian disease. Eight extra channels disease includes six kinds of diseases such as ren meridian disease, du meridian disease and chong pulse disease.

Differentiation of qi, blood and body fluid

Syndrome differentiation of qi, blood and body fluid mainly uses the theory of qi, blood and body fluid to analyze the pathological changes that occur in qi, blood and body fluid. Therefore, it is mainly divided into four parts, namely, syndrome differentiation of qi diseases, including qi deficiency syndrome, qi depression syndrome, qi stagnation syndrome and qi inversion syndrome. Syndrome differentiation of blood diseases, including blood deficiency syndrome, blood exhaustion syndrome, blood heat syndrome, and blood cold syndrome; Syndrome differentiation of qi and blood diseases, including qi stagnation and blood anesthesia syndrome, qi deficiency and blood stasis syndrome, qi and blood deficiency syndrome, qi and blood loss syndrome and qi non-blood intake syndrome; Syndrome differentiation of body fluid includes deficiency of body fluid and stagnation of body fluid.

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