5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Xiao Jian Zhong Tang (Minor construct the middle decoction)
Dx: Spasmodic abdominal pain due to consumptive xu "xu lao" -internal injury due to consumption leads to cold from mj qi xu.
- Da Bu Yin Wan (great tonify the yin pill)
Dx: upward rising of fire from Lv/Ki yin xu
- Wu Zhu Yu Tang (Evodia Decoction)
Dx: 1. Cold from St xu (yang ming)
2. Cold from ST/Lv xu (jue yin)
3. Cold attacking MJ (shao yin)
- Zhi Gan Cao Tang(honey friend licorice decoction)
Dx: consumptive d/o w/ qi & xue xu.
- Shao Yao Gan Cao Tang (peony and licorice decoction)
Dx: Any type of pain in the calves with xue xu or injury to the fluids (historically for injury to Lv xue or yin from inappropriate sweating)
- a Intermittent spasmodic abdominal pain that likes warmth and pressure, lusterless complexion, reduced appetite
T: Pale. white coat
P: Thin, wiry & moderate
- b Vomit & diarrhea with cold hands and feet, agitation so severe that patient wants to die
1.Vomit after eating, indeterminate gnawing hunger, acid regurg w/ or w/o epigastric pain
2.Dry heaves or spiting of clear fluids, vertex headache
All- vomit and xu cold in mj.
T: Not red, white slipper coat
P: Thin & slow or wiry
- c irritable, slight chills, spasms of the calf muscles. possible cramping of he hands and abdominal pain.
T: No coat
P: none noted
- d palpitations with anxiety, irritable, insomnia, emaciation, SOB, constipation, dry mouth and throat
T: Pale and shiny P: Regularly irregular, slow irregular or thin, faint & forceless
- e steaming bone d/o with afternnoon tidal fever, night sweats, spontaneous emissions, irritable, sensation of heat and pain in the knees and legs which is sometimes accompanied by weakness. possible coughing of xue or constant hunger
T: Red. little coat. P: Rapid and forceful in chi
~stronger and faster than liu wei di huang wan
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- lightheadedness, virtigo, tinnitus, soreness and weakness in low back and legs, spontaneous and nocturnal emissions, spontaneous and night sweats, dry mouth and throat, thirst.
T: Red, shiny
P: Thin and rapid
- symptoms of menopause including hypertension, menstrual disturbances such as amenorrhea, hot flashes, night sweats, nervousness, fatigue, lassitude, depression, irritable, insomnia, palpitations and urinary frequency.
T&P: not noted
~created in 1960's
- Pallid complexion, low soft voice, reduced appetite, loose stools, weakness in the limbs
P: Thin and/or frail
- weakness and soreness of the low back and kness or weakness and atrophy of low extremities, dry and parched mouth and throat, dizzy and blurred vision, insomnia and dream disturbed sleep, spontaneous emissions, premature graying or loss of hair
T: Red and dry
P: not noted
~supplement ki yin in a non-cloying way
- feebleness and exhaustion, abdominal pain, sore low back, cold extremities.
T: not noted
5 True/False Questions
Si Wu Tang (4 substance decoction)
Dx: Xue xu, especially Lv xue xu. → Loss of appetite, nausea or vomit, focal distention and a stifling sensation in the chest & epigastrium
T & P: not noted in bensky
Shi Quan Da Bu Tang (all inclusive great tonifying decoction)
Dx: qi and xue xu with predominance of qi xu tending toward cold. qi & xue xu in consumptive d/o → Excruciating epigastric and abdominal pain that patient does not want to be touched, strong sensation of cold in the epigastrium, vomit so unable to eat. possible borborygmus
T: White slipper coat
P: Thin & tight or slow & wiry (in severe cases-hidden)
Ba Zhen Tang (8 treasure decoction)
Dx: concurrent qi and xue xu due to imbalances caused by chronic diseases or shi loss of xue. → pallid or sallow complexion, palpitations with anxiey that may be continuous, reduced appetite, S.O.B, laconic speech, easily fatigued extremities, lightheadedness and/or virtigo.
T: Pale. white coat
P: Thin & frail or large, xu & no strength
Gui Pi Tang (restore the Sp decoction)
Dx: Sp & Ht xu from excessive deliberation over a long period of time or obsessive behavior. 3 basic conditions: restless ht spirit, qi & xue xu, inability of sp to control xue. → feebleness and exhaustion, abdominal pain, sore low back, cold extremities.
T: not noted
Qi Ju Di Huang Wan (lycium fruit, chrysanthemum & rehmannia pill)
Dx: yin xu w/ eye d/o. KI/Lv yin xu, predominant lv xu. → dry eyes, dimished visual acuity, photophobia, tearing when exposed to drafts, painful eyes