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5 Matching questions

  1. (Jin Gui) Shen Qi Wan (ki qi pill from golden cabinet)
    Dx: classic presentation of ki yang xu with insufficient fire at the gate of vitality.
  2. Da Bu Yin Wan (great tonify the yin pill)
    Dx: upward rising of fire from Lv/Ki yin xu
  3. Yu Ping Feng San (jade windscreen powder)
    Dx: Xu of the exterior with weak & unstable wei qi.
  4. Yi Guan Jian (linking decoction)
    Dx: Lv/Ki yin xu w/ concurrent qi stagnation. yin xu patient that is very dry.
  5. Qi Ju Di Huang Wan (lycium fruit, chrysanthemum & rehmannia pill)
    Dx: yin xu w/ eye d/o. KI/Lv yin xu, predominant lv xu.
  1. a 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. b dry eyes, dimished visual acuity, photophobia, tearing when exposed to drafts, painful eyes
  3. c Aversion to drafts, spontaneous sweat, pale complexion
    T: Pale, white coat
    P: Floating, xu, soft
  4. d steaming bone d/o with afternnoon tidal fever, night sweats, spontaneous emissions, irritable, sensation of heat and pain in the knees and legs which is sometimes accompanied by weakness. possible coughing of xue or constant hunger
    T: Red. little coat. P: Rapid and forceful in chi
    ~stronger and faster than liu wei di huang wan
  5. e hypochondriac and chest pain, epigastric and abdominal distention, dry parched mouth and throat, acid regurg, uptight/edgy
    T: Red and dry
    P: Wiry and thin (xu),frail or xu

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. 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
  2. Dizzy, blurred vision, lusterless complexion & nails, generalized muscle tension, irregular menses with little flow or amenorrhea, periumbilical & lower abdominal pain
    T: Pale
    P: Thin & wiry or thin & choppy
  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. hot sensation in the muscles, red face, irritable, thirst for warm drinks
    T: pale
    P: Forceless when pressed hard
  5. feebleness and exhaustion, abdominal pain, sore low back, cold extremities.
    T: not noted
    P: Thin

5 True/False questions

  1. Zhi Gan Cao Tang(honey friend licorice decoction)
    Dx: consumptive d/o w/ qi & xue xu.
    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. 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
    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. Er Xian Tang (two immortal decoction)
    Dx: Ki yin and yang xu (yang predominant) with fire flaring up from xu.
    Tonify yin and yang category
    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

          

  4. Si Jun Zi Tang (4 gentleman Decoction)
    Dx: classic presentation of SP qi xu caused by taxation.
    Pallid complexion, low soft voice, reduced appetite, loose stools, weakness in the limbs
    T: pale
    P: Thin and/or frail

          

  5. Dang Gui Si Ni Tang (Tangkuei decoction for frigid extremities)
    Dx: Cold in channels with underlying xue xu. (Jue Yin)
    Long standing cold hands and feet. cold to the touch and to the patient.
    T: pale. white coat
    P: Deep and thin or so thin it is almost imperceptible