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Unsurfaced heat effusion, cold of limbs, dry mouth & throat, thrust w/ desire for cool liquids, reddish urine, hard stool, red tongue w/ slimy yellow fur, foreceful rapid pulse
B. True heat, false cold
The following signs develop within the course of a warm-heat disease entering the blood aspect: convulsions, rigidity of the neck & arched back, tight closed jaw. What is the PM?
C. Evil Heat stirring LV Wind
Which of the following is NOT a characteristic of the Xue aspect of disease?
D. All of the above can be seen in Xue aspect disease
Which of the following statements best explains that spirit disturbances are most likely to be seen in both Ying & Xue aspect, and NOT in Wei or Qi aspect?
B. The HT governs the blood & blood vessels
Which of the following signs is NOT typical of Heat in the Ying aspect?
C. Bloody stools
Yangming Qi channel pattern best corresponds to which of the 4 pattern aspect diagnoses?
A. Qi aspect heat exuberance
Which of the following best accounts for most of the pathological changes in diseases?
A. The right is exuberant and the evil is replete
Which of the following is NOT a sign of summer heat warmth within the Wei aspect?
A. Profuse sweating
Which of the following signs can be used to best distinguish the difference between cool-dryness in the Wei aspect vs. TaiYang channel exterior repletion?
D. None of the above
A patient presents in clinic with a loud cough that produces copious amounts of yellow sputum. What piece of evidence would indicate to you that the pathogen has left the Wei aspect and was now in the Qi aspect?
C. Aversion to Heat w/ no chills
Patient presents in clinic with fever, sl. aversion to Wind, sinus discharge w/ sticky white sputum, and headache. What piece of evidence would indicate that the pattern is TaiYang Wind strike (ext. vacuity) vs. TaiYang Cold Damage (ext. repletion)?
B. Sweating that does not resolve fever
A patient present with loss of appetite, nausea, and some distending pain in the diaphragm. Which of the following patterns should NOT be considered a possible diagnosis?
D. TaiYang channel Wind Strike
Which of the following signs are Not indications of Collapse of Yin?
D. All of the above are signs of Collapse Yin
Which of the following clinical pictures indicates a repletion pattern transforming into a vacuity?
A. High fever for 10 days leading to emaciation and pale face
A patient presents with constipation, abdominal fullness, and pain. Which piece of evidence would indicate that the problem is repletion?
B. Pain worse w/ palpation
Which of the following signs is NOT part of a true cold false heat pattern?
C. Desire to be covered
True Cold False Heat patterns are most like which of the following 6 channel patterns?
D. ShaoYin channel patterns
TaiYin channel problems affect which ZangFu MOST?
A patient presents with ShaoYang channel problems w/ alternating heat effusion and aversion to cold, rib-side distending pain, lack of appetite. Which additional sign would indicate that the problem is also in the YangMing bowel?
Which of the following is not a sign that the pathogen is in the TaiYin channel?
C. Reverting cold in the 4 limbs
All of the following are PMs that explain the generation of internal wind except...?
D. All of the above may lead to internal Wind
Case #1 - As you suspected her tongue is red and has yellow fur, pulse is slippery deep rapid. What is the main evil exhibited in this case?
B. Damp Heat or summer heat Damp
Case #1 - What can you reliably say about the location of the evil at this point in time? Its in the _______?
Case #1 - What is the PM responsible for the sensation of incomplete defecation?
D. Damp Heat obstructing large intestine conduction & conveyance
Case #1 - This is an example of abnormal passage of heat into the PC.
Case #2 - Pale swollen wet tongue, deep pulse. Which of the following patterns best describes this disease?
D. Combination pattern of a & C
(TaiYang ext. repletion & ShaoYin cold transformation)
Case #2 - In terms of 8 principle identification, which of the following choices below is correct?
D. combination of A & B
(Ext/Cold/Rep & Int/Cold/Vac)
Case #2 - Which of the following treatment principles below should be used for this patient at this time?
D. Both A & C are needed
(Release ext. w/ warm acrid & Dispel Cold warm middle w/ acrid hot)
Case #2 - What PM best explains the loose stools w/ undigested food?
C. External cold has damaged the KD Yang and it can't support the function of SP Yang leading to failure of movement & transformation
Case #3 - Pale scalloped tongue w/ thin white coating & pulse is thin and weak
Which of the following patterns best describes the case?
C. Dual vacuity of Qi & Blood
Case #3 - What is the PM that best explains the scanty menses?
C. Blood fails to nourish & moisten the ovaries
Case #3 - What is the PM that best explains the spontaneous sweating?
D. Qi stagnation prevents the proper opening and closing of pores leading to sweat
Case #3 - Which of the following statements best explains why she becomes more fatigued at the end of her period?
A. Blood is the mother of Qi
Case #4 - Red tip, sl. dry yellow thin coat and floating, rapid pulse.
Which of the following external evils is most likely responsible for this disease?
A. Wind Heat
Case #4 - In which 4 aspects is the disease located?
A. Wei aspect
Case #4 - The fact that the sore throat went away and transformed into a cough indicates that the pathogen left the Wei level.
Case #4 - Which of the following treatment principles should be used?
C. Dispel the exterior, disseminate LU Qi, and transform phlegm w/ acrid, cool, medicinals
Case #4 - What is the PM that explains why she has a cough?
A. Wind Heat attacks the LU causing a failure of the LU to diffuse to defend the exterior and depurative downbear
Case #5 - Red cracked tongue w/ thick yellow coat & deep thin pulse
What is the pattern that best describes this case?
C. Yin vacuity dryness bind
Case #5 - What is an appropriate treatment strategy for this condition?
D. Both A & B are needed
(Purge bowels & moisten dryness)
Case #5 - Which PM best explains why she became constipated?
C. Inappropriate sweating damaged the fluids & Yin causing intestinal dryness
Case #5 - Why was treating this patient with acrid warm medicinals inappropriate for this patient?
C. The acridity of the medicinals produced a sweat that damaged her fluids and Yin
Case #6 - Red dry tongue w/ thin yellow dry fur and floating sl. rapid pulse
Identify the externally contracted evil in this case?
B. Wind Heat dryness (Warm dryness)
Case #6 - In terms of 4 aspect patterns, where is the evil located?
Case #6 - What is the PM responsible for the dry throat?
A. Warm dryness evil obstructing the LU & throat
Case #7 - Scanty tongue coating
This is an example of a normal progression of a warm disease?
Case #7 - Which of the 4 aspects is most affected during this current time?
Case #7 - What would you expect his pulse image to be at the current time?
D. None of the above
Case #7 - What is the PM that best describes why he has a fever that is worse at night?
A. Heat has damaged the Yin, which fails to restrain the Yang at night making the fever worse
Case #7 - Which Zangfu is most affected in this case?
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