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Foundations 2 Final
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what are the 4 qi patterns
deficiency, sinking, stagnation, rebellious
What are the 4 Blood patterns?
deficiency, stagnation, heat, loss
What are the 3 Body Fluids patterns?
deficiency, edema, phlegm
T or F: everything manifesting on the exterior is an exterior pattern?
T or F Aversion to cold leads to aversion to heat
True (when the pathogen goes from exterior to interior)
what does fresh dark or bright red blood indicate
what does pale scanty blood indicate
what does pale but more heavy than blood def. indicate?
what does very dark or blackish blood indicate
Purplish blood indicates what?
what does brownish, diluted, or pale blood indicate?
what does bright, scarlet red blood indicate
T or F yin and body fluids are the same thing
what organ is involved with edema of the middle part of the body ie abdomen (ascites)
what organ is involved in edema of upper part of the body ie face and hands
what organ is involved with edema in the lower part of the body ie legs and feet
Yang edema affects upper or lower part of the body
upper part of the body
yang edema indicates acute or chronic condition?
yang edema indicates internal or external pattern?
skin is pitting or non pitting with yang edema
non pitting/skin is tight
yin edema affects what part of the body
yin edema is acute or chronic condition
yin edema is internal or external
internal (usually sp or kd yang def.)
yin edema is pitting or non pitting
skin is soft and pitting
dampness originates from interior, exterior, or can be from either?
can come from either
phlegm originates from interior, exterior, or can be either?
only from interior
damp or phlegm causes dizziness?
primary cause of phlegm is what
spleen qi def
phlegm that collects in the lungs such as sputum is substantial or non substantial
phlegm retained subcutaneously or in the channels is substantial or non substantial ( lumps under skin, nerve ganglia swelling, enlarged lymph nodes, numbness in channels etc)
eggs, seeds, sprouts are yin or yang?
damp phlegm characteristics
profuse white sticky expectoration of phlegm that is easy to expel, chest/epigastium oppression, swollen tongue with white sticky coat, slippery pu;se
phlegm heat characteristics
expectoration of sticky yellow phlegm, red face, dry mouth, resltess, red and swollen tongue with sticky coat
cold phlegm characteristics
expectoration of white watery phlegm, cold limbs, nausea, pale swollen tongue with white coat, deep slippery and slow pulse
wind phlegm characteristics
dizziness, numbness of limbs (especially unilateral) rattling sound in throat, swollen and deviated tongue with sticky coating, wiry pulse
qi phlegm characteristics
'plum pit qi' associated with qi stag of the throat caused by emotional problems, no actual swelling
T or F fire can generate wind
main cause of schizophrenia/manic depression
phlegm harassing the heart
distending pain usually indicates
stabbing pain, fixed in location usually indicates
unfixed, migrating pain usually indicates
heat and burning pain usually indicates
pathogenic heat injuring channels
cold sensation at the painful area, relieved by warmth indicates
pathogenic cold constricting the channels
pain with a heavy sensation indicates
pathogenic dampness in the channels
hollow pain with sensation of emptiness indicates
blood, essence, yin, or yang def.
dull mild pain that lingers indicates and is relieved by pressure indicates
def of qi, blood, yin, or yang
A 32 year old male comes stating that 2 days ago he was working out and when he lifted a weight he felt a sharp pain on his low back, no history of low back pain, exercises 4 days a week, good energy, stress is medium, sleeps good, wakes up rested, good diet. What is your diagnosis?
pain due to excess
Patient is a 59 years old female complaining of dry chronic cough, lack of motivation, vaginal dryness, severe hot flashes through out the day, night sweats, some irritability, low libido, thready rapid pulse. What is your diagnosis?
Wind cold prevalence of wind is:
an excess condition with an underlying deficiency
Patient states that he is suffering from aversion to wind and cold, fever, sore throat, floating rapid pulse. You diagnosis is?
When an exterior conditions turns into interior, aversion to cold turns into:
aversion to heat
Patient come in complaining of a skin rash on her upper back and neck that itches, is red, burning, she is also having a lot of stress and insomnia, and acid reflux. This skin rash is considered internal or external condition
A deep, slow, weak pulse is more indicative of a yin or yang deficiency
Your Uber driver tells you that with all this pandemic craziness she is having outburst of anger, suffering from temporal throbbing headaches, she is thirsty all the time, and to please excuse her if she needs to pull over because she also has loose stool, and has to urinate a lot, ohhh! and horrible menstrual cramps with large dark clots. What you thing she is suffering from deficiency heat with deficiency cold OR heat above cold below
heat above cold below
Floating rapid pulse could be an indication of: *
All of the above
all of the above
Trauma to a meridian is considered interior or exterior
A 32 years old female states that she is feeling tired, has poor memory, scanty periods, thirst, and she has a pale thin tongue. What is your diagnosis? *
Patient comes stating that she started using a new perfume and that twice that she has used it, she has developed some skin rash in the areas where she applied the perfume, she seems hyperactive, pulse is wiry rapid, is tell you she is going through a divorce. The skin rash is an: *
All of the above
Yang deficiency pain tends to be: *
Sharp because is due to cold
Dull because it comes from a deficiency
None of the above
Sharp b/c it is due to cold
A 75 years old Russian acrobat complains of aversion wind and cold, sneezing, runny nose, low energy, but he complains that he always has cold limbs, abundant urination and wakes up about 3 times a night to urinate, his tongue is pale and swollen. Your diagnosis is? *
Exterior wind cold with interior excess cold
Heat above with cold below
Exterior wind cold with interior deficiency cold
Interior cold excess with yang deficiency
ext wind cold with int def cold
Thin white tongue coating is more indicative of a: *
Which meridian controls the "exterior" and is responsible for stiff neck during exterior wind invasion? *
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