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5 Matching questions

  1. Liu Jun Zi Tang (6 gentleman decoction)
    Dx: Concurrent Sp qi xu and phlegm.
  2. Liu Wei Di Huang Wan (6 ingredient pill with rehmannia)
    Dx: classic presentation of Lv/Ki yin xu.
  3. Er Zhi Wan (two solstice pill)
    Dx: Lv/Ki yin xu. especially when there is bleeding or greying of hair.
  4. Zuo Gui Wan (restore the left Ki pill)
    Dx: Ki xu. chronic d/z -> depletion of marrow.
  5. Shen Ling Bai Zhu San (ginseng, poria, atractylodes powder)
    Dx: Sp qi xu leading to internally generated dampness.
  1. a 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
  2. b dull soreness & weakness of the lower back, lightheadedness, vertigo, tinnitus, diminished hearing, night sweats, spontaneous & nocturnal emissions. possible hot palms & soles, chronic dry & sore throat, toothache, diabetes
    T: red. little coat.
    P: Rapid and thin
  3. c Loss of appetite, nausea or vomit, focal distention and a stifling sensation in the chest & epigastrium
    T & P: not noted in bensky
  4. d 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
  5. e Loose stools or diarrhea. reduced appetite, weak extremities, weight loss, distention & stifling sensation in chest &epigastrium, pallid & wan complexion, may also be vomiting
    T: Pale. white coat
    P: Moderate & xu or moderate

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. 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
  2. cough, reduced appetite, spermatorrhea, weakness of the lower extremities.
    T&P: not noted
  3. 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)
  4. cough with blood streaked sputum, wheeze, dry and sore throat, hot palms and soles, night sweats
    T: Red. little coat
    P: Thick and rapid
  5. exhaustion from long term illness, aversion to cold, coolness of the extremities, impotence, spermatorrhea, aching and weakness of the low back and knees. possible infertility, loose stool with undigested food, incontinence and edema of low extremities
    T&P: not noted

5 True/False questions

  1. Si Jun Zi Tang (4 gentleman Decoction)
    Dx: classic presentation of SP qi xu caused by taxation.
    Loss of appetite, nausea or vomit, focal distention and a stifling sensation in the chest & epigastrium
    T & P: not noted in bensky

          

  2. 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)
    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

          

  3. Bu Zhong Yi Qi Tang (tonify the middle and augment qi decoction)
    Dx: Sp & St qi xu leading to sinking of yang.
    intermittent fever (worse w. exhertion) spontaneous sweat, aversion to cold, thirst for warm bev, S.O.B, laconic speech, tendency to curl up, weak limbs, shiny pale complexion, loose watery stools.
    T: Pale, thin white coat
    P: Flooding & xu or xu & rootless in right guan

          

  4. Fu Zi Li Zhong Wan (Fu Zi pill to regulate the middle)
    Dx: More severe inernal cold than Li Zhong Wan.
    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)

          

  5. Yi Guan Jian (linking decoction)
    Dx: Lv/Ki yin xu w/ concurrent qi stagnation. yin xu patient that is very dry.
    Loss of appetite, nausea or vomit, focal distention and a stifling sensation in the chest & epigastrium
    T & P: not noted in bensky

          

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