Basics of Tradtional Chinese Medicine

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Author: Song Yitong;
Language: English
Page: 456
Publication Date: 03/2017
ISBN: 9787518003501
Table of Contents
Content Summary
Series of Textbooks for International
Compiling explanation
I Concept of TCM and TCM theoretical system
II Formation and development of the theoretical system of TCM
1.The formation of the theoretical system of TCM
2.The development of the theoretical system of TCM
III Basic characteristics of the theoretical system of TCM
2.Syndrome differentiation and treatment
Chapter one yin-yang and Five elementS
Section one yin-yang theory
I Basic concept of yin-yang
II Basic contents of yin-yang theory
III The application of yin-yang theory in TCM
Section two theory oF Five elementS
I Basic contents of the theory of fve elements
II Application of the theory of five elements in TCM
Chapter two Zang-Fu maniFeStation
Section one general introduCtion to theory oF Zang-Fu maniFeStation
I Concept of zang-fu manifestation, theory of zang-fu manifestation and zang-fu organs
II Physiological characteristics of five zang-organs, six fu-organs and extraordinary fu-organs
III Characteristics of the theory of zang-fu manifestation
IV Establishment of the theory of zang-fu manifestation
Section two Five Zang-organS
I The heart
II The lung
III The spleen
IV The liver
V The kidney
Section three Six Fu-organS
I The gallbladder
II The stomach
III The small intestine
IV The large intestine
V The bladder
VI The triple energizer
Section Four extraordinary Fu-organS
I The brain
II The uterus(Appendix:Essence Chamber)
Section Five relationShip between Zang-Fu organS
I Relationship between zang-organs
II Relationship between fu-organs
III Relationship between zang-organs and fu-organs
Chapter three eSSenCe, Qi, blood, body Fluid and Spirit
Section one eSSenCe
I Concept of essence
II Classifcation and formation of essence
III Functions of essence
Section two Qi
I Concept of qi
II Formation of qi
III Movement of qi
IV Functions of qi
V Classifcation of qi
Section three blood
I Concept of blood
II Formation of blood
III Circulation of blood
IV Functions of blood
Section Four body Fluid
I Concept of body fuid
II Formation, distribution and excretion of body fuid
III Functions of body fuid
Section Five relationShip between eSSenCe, Qi, blood, body Fluid and Spirit
I Relationship between qi and blood
II Relationship between qi and body fuid
III Relationship among essence, blood and body fuid
IV Relationship among essence, qi and spirit
Chapter Four meridianS and CollateralS
Section one theory oF meridianS and CollateralS
I Concept of meridians and collaterals
II Composition of the system of meridians and collaterals
Section two twelve regular meridianS
I Names of the twelve regular meridians
II Circulating rules of the twelve regular meridians
III The running courses of the twelve regular meridians
Section three eight extra meridianS
I Governor vessel(GV)
II Conception vessel(CV)
III Thoroughfare vessel(TV)
IV Belt vessel(BV)
V Yin heel vessel(Yin HV)and yang heel vessel(Yang HV)
VI Yin link vessel(Yin LV)and yang link vessel(Yang LV)
Section Four phySiologiCal FunCtionS oF meridianS and CollateralS and the appliCation oF meridian and Collateral theory
I Physiological functions of the meridians and collaterals
II Application of the meridian and collateral theory
Chapter Five etiology
Section one Six pathogeniC FaCtorS
I Concept and common pathogenic features
II Natures and pathogenic features
Section two epidemiC pathogeniC FaCtor
I Concept
II Natures and pathogenic features of epidemic pathogenic factors
III Causative and epidemic factors related to pestilence
Section three internal injury by Seven emotionS
I Concept about seven emotions
II Relations between seven emotions and internal
III Pathogenic features of internal injury by seven emotions
Section Four improper diet
I Improper diet without temperance
II Unhygienic diet
III Predilection for a kind of particular food
Section Five imbalanCe between work and reSt
I Overstrain
II Excessive rest and comfort
Section Six pathogeniC FaCtorS CauSed by pathologiCal produCtS
I Phlegm and fuid retention
II Blood stasis
III Calculus
Section Seven other pathogeniC FaCtorS
I Trauma
II Burn and scald
III Frostbite
IV Insect and animal bites
V Parasites
VI Genetic factors
VII Ill-effects of drug
Chapter Six diSeaSe oCCurrenCe
Section one diSeaSe oCCurrenCe prinCipleS
I Fundamental principles of disease occurrence
II Main factors infuencing disease occurrence
Section two diSeaSe oCCurrenCe CategorieS
I Occurring on attack
II Occurring after incubation
III Insidious onset
IV Secondary onset
V Combination of diseases and overlap of diseases
VI Recurrence
Chapter Seven pathogeneSiS
Section one exuberanCe and debilitation oF healthy Qi or pathogeniC FaCtorS
I Exuberance and debilitation of healthy qi or pathogenic factors and changes of defciency or excess
II Exuberance and debilitation of healthy qi or pathogenic factors and prognosis of disease
Section two yin-yang diSharmony
I Exuberance of yin or yang
II Debilitation of yin or yang
III Mutual impairment of yin and yang
IV Exhaustion of yin or yang
Section three diSorder oF Qi and blood
I Disorder of qi
II Disorder of blood
III Disharmony of qi and blood
Section Four metaboliC diSorder oF body Fluid
I Insuffciency of body fuid
II Disorder of distribution and excretion of body fuid
III Disharmony between body fuid, qi and blood
Section Five endogenouS pathogeniC FaCtorS
I Wind stirring inside
II Cold originating from the Interior
III Dampness originating from the interior
IV Consumption of body fluid transforming into dryness
V Fire originating from the interior
Chapter eight prinCipleS For health nurturing, diSeaSe prevention and treatment
Section one health nurturing
I Natural life span and aging
II Basic principles of health nurturing
III Signifcance of health nurturing
Section two prevention
I Prevention before disease onset
II Controlling development of existing disease
Section three therapeutiC prinCipleS
I Therapeutic Principles
II Basic therapeutic principles
Appendix Introduction of Chief Editors of Series of Textbooks for International Higher Education of Traditional Chinese Medicine
Song Yitong
Wang Jian
Wang Zhenquan
Appendix Introduction of Editors in Chief of Basics of Traditional Chinese Medicine
Zhang Guoxia
Ji Bin
Zhang Yuangang
Li Tingjun
Basics of Tradtional Chinese Medicine