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5 Matching questions

  1. Bu Zhong Yi Qi Tang (tonify the middle and augment qi decoction)
    Dx: Sp & St qi xu leading to sinking of yang.
  2. Dang Gui Bu Xue Tang (tangkuei decoction to tonify the blood)
    Dx: Consumtive fatigue "lao juan"-form of xue xu caused by injury to the yuan qi.
  3. Li Zhong Wan (Regulate the Middle pill)
    Dx: Middle jiao yang xu/ xu cold in middle jiao.
  4. 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.
  5. 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
  1. a 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
  2. b cough, reduced appetite, spermatorrhea, weakness of the lower extremities.
    T&P: not noted
  3. c hot sensation in the muscles, red face, irritable, thirst for warm drinks
    T: pale
    P: Forceless when pressed hard
  4. d forgetfulness, palpitations (w/ or w/o anxiety), insomnia, dream disturbed sleep, anxiety & phobia, feverishness, withdrawal, reduced appetite, pallid and wan complexion.
    possible chronic bleeding
    women-early menses w/ copious pale xue or prolonged almost contiuous periods with little flow
    T: Pale. thin white coat P: Thin and frail
  5. e Diarrhea with watery stool, nausea & vomit, no particular thirst, loss of appetite, abdominal pain
    T: Pale body. white coat.
    P: Deep & thin

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. Loss of appetite, nausea or vomit, focal distention and a stifling sensation in the chest & epigastrium
    T & P: not noted in bensky
  2. Pallid complexion, low soft voice, reduced appetite, loose stools, weakness in the limbs
    T: pale
    P: Thin and/or frail
  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. 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
  5. 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 True/False questions

  1. Liu Wei Di Huang Wan (6 ingredient pill with rehmannia)
    Dx: classic presentation of Lv/Ki yin xu.
    low back pain, weakness of low extremities, cold sensation in low half of body, tenseness in low abdomen.
    T: Pale swollen. thick white moist coat
    P: Empty or frail and deep in cun

          

  2. Er Zhi Wan (two solstice pill)
    Dx: Lv/Ki yin xu. especially when there is bleeding or greying of hair.
    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

          

  3. Qi Ju Di Huang Wan (lycium fruit, chrysanthemum & rehmannia pill)
    Dx: yin xu w/ eye d/o. KI/Lv yin xu, predominant lv xu.
    night sweats, dry mouth & tongue. also difficulty urinating and low back pain from damp heat in LJ in patients with underlying Ki yin xu
    P: Large in chi

          

  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)
    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. 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