5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Liu Jun Zi Tang (6 gentleman decoction)
Dx: Concurrent Sp qi xu and phlegm.
- Fu Zi Li Zhong Wan (Fu Zi pill to regulate the middle)
Dx: More severe inernal cold than Li Zhong Wan.
- Liu Wei Di Huang Wan (6 ingredient pill with rehmannia)
Dx: classic presentation of Lv/Ki yin xu.
- 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)
- Si Wu Tang (4 substance decoction)
Dx: Xue xu, especially Lv xue xu.
- a 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
- b 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
- c Dizzy, blurred vision, lusterless complexion & nails, generalized muscle tension, irregular menses with little flow or amenorrhea, periumbilical & lower abdominal pain
P: Thin & wiry or thin & choppy
- d Loss of appetite, nausea or vomit, focal distention and a stifling sensation in the chest & epigastrium
T & P: not noted in bensky
- e Abdominal and epigastric pain, vomit & diarrhea, inability to keep food down, cold body with very cold extremities, mild sweating.
5 Multiple choice questions
- dry eyes, dimished visual acuity, photophobia, tearing when exposed to drafts, painful eyes
- 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
- 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
- feebleness and exhaustion, abdominal pain, sore low back, cold extremities.
T: not noted
- lightheadedness, virtigo, tinnitus, soreness and weakness in low back and legs, spontaneous and nocturnal emissions, spontaneous and night sweats, dry mouth and throat, thirst.
T: Red, shiny
P: Thin and rapid
5 True/False questions
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. → 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
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
(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. → 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
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) → Intermittent spasmodic abdominal pain that likes warmth and pressure, lusterless complexion, reduced appetite
T: Pale. white coat
P: Thin, wiry & moderate
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