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5 Matching questions

  1. You Gui Wan (restore the right ki pill)
    Dx: Ki yang xu with waning of the fire at the gate of vitality. Ki yang and jing xu-> depletion of essence and marrow
  2. Si Ni Tang (Frigid extremities decoction)
    Dx: Ki yang xu with internal cold. Collapsing rebellion "Jue Ni"
  3. Zhi Gan Cao Tang(honey friend licorice decoction)
    Dx: consumptive d/o w/ qi & xue xu.
  4. 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)
  5. Bu Zhong Yi Qi Tang (tonify the middle and augment qi decoction)
    Dx: Sp & St qi xu leading to sinking of yang.
  1. a Extremely cold exremities, aversion to cold, sleeping with the knees drawn up, lethergic state with a constant desire to sleep, vomit, diarrhea wih undigested food, abdominal pain and cold, lack of thirst. symptoms may develop quickly-shock
    T: Pale. white slipper coat
    P: Deep & thin or faint
  2. b 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
  3. c irritable, slight chills, spasms of the calf muscles. possible cramping of he hands and abdominal pain.
    T: No coat
    P: none noted
  4. 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
  5. e 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 Multiple choice questions

  1. feebleness and exhaustion, abdominal pain, sore low back, cold extremities.
    T: not noted
    P: Thin
  2. cough with blood streaked sputum, wheeze, dry and sore throat, hot palms and soles, night sweats
    T: Red. little coat
    P: Thick and rapid
  3. 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
  4. Diarrhea with watery stool, nausea & vomit, no particular thirst, loss of appetite, abdominal pain
    T: Pale body. white coat.
    P: Deep & thin
  5. 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

5 True/False questions

  1. 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

          

  2. Da Jian Zhong Tang (Major construct the middle decoction)
    Dx: Xu cold w/ internal ascent of cold (vigorous cold in the int leading to upsurge of cold qi)
    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)

          

  3. 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

          

  4. 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)
    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

          

  5. Fu Zi Li Zhong Wan (Fu Zi pill to regulate the middle)
    Dx: More severe inernal cold than Li Zhong Wan.
    Abdominal and epigastric pain, vomit & diarrhea, inability to keep food down, cold body with very cold extremities, mild sweating.
    T: Unremarkable
    P: Faint