← Syndromes Class 9 Test
5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- wu ling san
- zeng ye tang
- ping wei san
- dang gui si ni tang
- qiang huo sheng shi tang
- a dampness obstructing Qi in the SP and ST?
- b chronic cold hands and feet to the touch and to patient due to a lack of Yang warming action? cold in the meridians in people who are blood xu
- c 1. lower warmer cold water accumulation (with possible external wind-cold) 2. SP qi xu causing water-damp accumulation 3.Tan yin syndrome: throbbing or pulsing just below the umbilicus etc.
- d heaviness and pain in the head, neck, shoulder, and back, difficulty in turning to sideway, or general aching, slight chills and fever, lack of sweating, thin white tongue coat, a superficial slow pulse?
- e increase the fluids decoction: constipation due to injury fluids from warm febrile disease or a yin xu chronic px. thirst, dry mouth or throat?
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- fever and chills, HA, sensation of fullness/oppression in chest, abdomnial pain, nausea and vomiting, borborygmus, diarrhea, loss of taste, white greasy tongue coat, moderate soft pulse or superficial tight?
- what is the ratio of sheng jiang to wu mei in er chen tang?
- frequent cloudy, dense, milky or greasy urine; soreness of lower back?
- modify ping wei san for damp heat with what herbs?
- sp qi xu with liver qi stagnation, damp retention?
5 True/False Questions
qiang huo sheng shi tang → wind-dampness invading the superficial channels?
ping wei san → distension and fullness in abdomen, loss of taste and appetite, sweet taste in the mouth, heavy limbs, loose stool or diarrhea, fatigued, desire to sleep lots, nausea and vomiting, belching acid regurgitation? swollen tongue with thick white and greasy coat. moderate or slippery pulse?
huo xiang zheng qi san → modify ping wei san for damp heat with what herbs?
bi bei xie fen qing yin → external wind-cold with internal dampness obstructing QI in the middle jiao?
fu ling, ze xie → 1. lower warmer cold water accumulation (with possible external wind-cold) 2. SP qi xu causing water-damp accumulation 3.Tan yin syndrome: throbbing or pulsing just below the umbilicus etc.