Pocket Atlas of Pulse Diagnosis

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ISBN-13:
9783131440518
Einband:
Taschenbuch
Erscheinungsdatum:
07.11.2007
Seiten:
254
Autor:
Zheng-Hong Lin
Gewicht:
332 g
Format:
191x129x17 mm
Sprache:
Englisch
Beschreibung:

Zhèng-Hóng Lin
For students and practitioners of Chinese medicine, one of the more difficult diagnostic methods to learn and master is pulse diagnosis. Successful transmission of this knowledge and skill requires the description of what is felt through palpation - something that often evades the comprehension of most beginning students, if these descriptions are not portrayed effectively.
The Pocket Atlas of Pulse Diagnosis unravels the mystery of pulse diagnosis. Detailed explanations of the 28 individual pulses are presented, along with simple diagrams that vividly illustrate how the different pulses should "feel" like under the fingers at each level of palpation. Useful comparisons of the different pulses are also included to aid the reader in understanding how to differentiate between the many types of pulses. There is a chapter that analyzes the pulse manifestations of various common diseases, as well as a chapter that explores sections of Wáng Shu-Hé's The Pulse Canon (Mài Jing).

One cannot find a more rich presentation of pulse diagnosis in a pocketsized atlas. All in all, this is a valuable and convenient learning tool for anyone seeking to be proficient in the art of pulse diagnosis.
1. The Origin and Development of Pulse Diagnosis 2. Differentiation of the 28 Pulses 2.1 Palpation (1) Principles of Pulse Manifestation (2) Identification of Disease using Pulse Diagnosis 2.2 Positions of the Pulse (1) Diagnostic Method of the Wrist Pulse (2) Visceral Qi Associated with the Wrist Pulse (3) Cautions of Using Palpation in Diagnosis (4) Rate of Pulse Manifestation (5) The Normal Pulse Manifestation (6) Other Particular Aspects of the Pulse 2.3 The Guiding Principles of Pulse Manifestation 1. The Floating Pulse (Fu Mai, ??) 2. The Sunken Pulse (Chen Mai, ??) 3. The Slow Pulse (Chi Mai, ??) 4. The Rapid Pulse (Shuo Mai, ??) 5. The Vacuous Pulse (Xu Mai, ??) 6. The Replete Pulse (Shi Mai, ??) 2.4 The Characteristics and Indications of the 28 Pulses 2.5 Classification of the 28 Pulses 1. The Category of the Floating Pulse (Fu Mai, ??) 2. The Category of the Sunken Pulse (Chen Mai, ??) 3. The Category of the Slow Pulse (Chi Mai, ??) 4. The Category of the Rapid Pulse (Shuo Mai, ??) 5. The Category of the Vacuous Pulse (Xu Mai, ??) 6. The Category of the Replete Pulse (Shi Mai, ??) 2.6 Differentiation of The Pulses and Their Corresponding Diseases [1] The Floating Pulse (Fu Mai, ??) [2] The Surging Pulse (Hong Mai, ??) [3] The Soggy Pulse (Ru Mai, ??) [4] The Scattered Pulse (San Mai, ??) [5] The Scallion-stalk Pulse (Kou Mai, ??) [6] The Drum-skin Pulse (Ge Mai, ??) [7] The Sunken Pulse (Chen Mai, ??) [8] The Hidden Pulse (Fu Mai, ??) [9] The Firm Pulse (Lao Mai, ??) [10] The Weak Pulse (Ruo Mai, ??) [11] The Slow Pulse (Chi Mai, ??) [12] The Moderate Pulse (Huan Mai, ??) [13] The Rough Pulse (Se Mai, ??) [14] The Bound Pulse (Jie Mai, ??) [15] The Rapid Pulse (Shuo Mai, ??) [16] The Racing Pulse (Ji Mai, ??) [17] The Skipping Pulse (Cu Mai, ??) [18] The Stirred Pulse (Dong Mai, ??) [19] The Vacuous Pulse (Xu Mai, ??) [20] The Faint Pulse (Wei Mai, ??) [21] The Fine Pulse (Xi Mai, ??) [22] The Intermittent Pulse (Dai Mai, ??) [23] The Short Pulse (Duan Mai, ??) [24] The Replete Pulse (Shi Mai, ??) [25] The Long Pulse (Chang Mai, ??) [26] The Slippery Pulse (Hua Mai, ??) [27] The Stringlike Pulse (Xian Mai, ??) [28] The Tight Pulse (Jin Mai, ??) 3. Analyses of the Pulse and Signs of Common Diseases 1. Head and Body Heat Effusion (Fever) 2. Cough 3. Bronchitis 4. High Blood Pressure 5. Heart Disease 6. Gastric Ulcer 7. Liver Cirrhosis 8. Chronic Hepatitis 9. Diabetes 10. Chronic Nephritis 11. Sciatica 12. Dysmenorrhea 13. Leukorrhea 14. Menopausal Syndrome 4. The Pulse Canon (Mai Jing, ??), Volume 8, written by Wang Shu-He, Imperial Physician of the Jin (?) Dynasty 4.1 Chapter 1: Discussion of the Pulse and Signs of Sudden Death-like Reversal 4.2 Chapter 2: Discussion of the Pulse and Signs of Tetany, Dampness, and Thermoplegia 4.3 Chapter 3: Discussion of the Pulse and Signs of Yang Toxin, Yin [Toxin] , Lily Disease (Bai He Bing, ???), and Fox-Creeper Disease (Hu Huo Bing, ???) 4.4 Chapter 4: Discussion of the Pulse and Signs of Sudden Turmoil (Huo Luan, ? ?) and Cramps 4.5 Chapter 5: Discussion of the Pulse and Signs of Wind Strike and Joint-Running Wind (Li Jie, ??) 4.6 Chapter 6: Discussion of the Pulse and Signs of Blood Impediment and Vacuity Taxation 4.7 Chapter 7: Discussion of the Pulse and Signs of Wasting Thirst (Xiao Ke, ??) and Strangury 4.8 Chapter 9: Discussion of the Pulse and Signs of Jaundice, Cold and Heat, and Malaria 4.9. Chapter 10: Discussion of the Pulse and Signs of Chest Impediment, Heart Pain, Shortness of Breath, and Running Piglet (Ben Tun, ??) 4.10 Chapter 11: Discussion of the Pulse and Signs of Abdominal Fullness, Cold Mounting and Abiding Food (Su Shi, ??) 4.11 Chapter 13: Discussion of the Pulse and Signs of Fright Palpitations, Nosebleed, Blood Ejection, Precipitation of Blood, Chest Fullness, and Static Blood Appendix Glossary Formulas Index

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