Textbooks for The Four TCM Classical Courses: Study on Warm Disease

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Prof.Zhaozhi Cheng,graduated from Hubei TCM University inChina,and then worked at a countryside hospital in Western Hubeiprovince as a TCM physician.Afterwards,he had taught Neijing,diagnostics and other courses in Hubei TCM University as aninstructor,professor and mentor for doctoral candidate,and chieflywrote and published 6 personal TCM works and 77 papers.Since2007,he has been invited and come to Canada as a TCM seniorinstructor.Now he teaches four TCM classical courses,TCMinternal medicine,Case Study and other TCM courses in bothEnglish and Chinese in PCU College of Holistic Medicine andTianyi Health Group in Vancouver,and also engages in TCMclinical work as a registered TCM practitioner.Dr.1iaxu Chen is Chair Professor,Changjiang Scholar,Director of the State”Level Subj ect of Chinese Medicine Diagnostics in Beijing University ofChinese Medicine fBUCM).Chair Professor&Dean of School of ChineseMedicine,Iinan University(INU),Director of TCM Formula—SyndromeResearch Center of JNU,and Recipient of the Distinguished Young Scholarin National Science Foundation of China(NSFC).

He obtained his bachelor degree from Hubei University of TraditionalChinese Medicine in 1988,and further obtained his master's and Ph.D.degrees from BUCM.Dr.Chen is a specialist in traditional Chinesemedicine.For many years,he has been concentrating his efforts on theresearch of traditional Chinese medicine,and has published more than 10books and over 300 papers.

Being a renowned expert and academic in the field,Prof Chen has beenappointed as Member of Committee of Beijing Natural SciencesFoundation,he also currently serves as Vice—Chairperson of SpecialtyCommittee of Diagnostics of Traditional Chinese Medicine of WorldFederation of Chinese Medicine Societies(WFCMS),and Vice—Chairperson of Specialty Committee of Li Shizhen Medicine of WFCMS.

Table of Contents
Instructions on Compilation and Translation
Brief Introduction to the Study on Warm Disease
General Exposition
Chapter I Concept of Warm Disease
Section 1 Definition of Warm Disease
Section 2 Characteristics of Warm Disease
Section 3 Range and Classification of Warm Disease
Chapter II Etiology and Occurrence of Warm Disease
Section 1 Primary Pathogenic Mechanism of Warm Disease
Section 2 Common Pathogenic Features of Warm Pathogens
Section 3 Respective Pathogenic Features of Different Warm Pathogens
Section 4 Main Factors Affecting Occurrence of Warm Disease
Section 5 Basic Types of Occurrence of Warm Disease
Chapter III Pattern Differentiation of Warm Disease
Section 1 Differentiation of Wei—Qi—Ying—Xue Phases
Section 2 Differentiation of the Three Jiao Patterns
Section 3 Organic Integration between the Two Differentiation Outlines
Chapter IV Specific Diagnostic Techniques of Warm Disease
Section 1 Differentiation of Fever
Section 2 Differentiation of Abnormal Sweating
Section 3 Differentiation of Thirst
Section 4 Differentiation of Mental Abnormality
Section 5 Differentiation of Convulsion
Section 6 Differentiation of Syncope and Collapse
Section 7 Inspection of Skin Eruptions
Section 8 Inspection of Tongue Condition
Section 9 Inspection of Teeth with Gums and Throat
Chapter V Treatment of Warm Disease
Section 1 General Therapeutic Principles of Warm Disease
Section 2 Specific Therapeutic Rules and Basic Formulas of Warm Disease
Section 3 Treatment of Concomitant Syndromes of Warm Disease
Section 4 Recuperative Methods of Warm Disease in Recovery Period
Chapter VI Prevention of Warm Disease
Section 1 Prevention of Warm Disease Based on Three Key Links
Section 2 Preventive Principles and Measures of Warm Disease
Respective Exposition
Chapter VII Dry—heat Category of Warm Diseases
Section 1 Wind—Warm Disease
Section 2 Spring—Warm Disease
Section 3 Summer—Warm Disease
Section 4 Autumn—Dryness Disease
Section 5 Basic Syndromes and Treatment of Dry—Heat Category of Warm Diseases
Chapter VIII Damp—Heat Category of Warm Diseases
Section 1 Damp—Warm Disease
Section 2 Summer Heat—Damp Disease
Section 3 Latent Summer Disease
Section 4 Basic Syndromes and Treatment of Damp—Heat Category of Warm Diseases
Chapter IX Warm—Toxin Warm Diseases
Section 1 Swollen Head Warm Disease
Section 2 Scarlet Fever
Section 3 Basic Syndromes and Treatment of Warm—Toxin Warm Diseases
Chapter X Warm Pestilences
Section 1 Damp—Heat Pestilence
Section 2 Summer Heat—Dryness Pestilence
Section 3 Basic Syndromes and Treatment of Warm Pestilences
Appendixes List of Main Reference Books
Index of the Formulas in this Book
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It appears only in autumn season and can cause autumn—dryness disease. In the early autumn,the pathogenic dryness frequently combines with heat pathogen and results in a warm—drynessdisease,while in the later autumn,the pathogenic dryness combines with cold pathogen and results in a cool—dryness disease,that doesn't belong to warm disease. It has the following three pathogenic features.First,it invades into the lung initially,and then takes the lung as its main location,presentingthe manifestations of dryness—heat attacking the lung with mild wind—heat exterior syndrome.Second,it always impairs the body fluid in the lung,and leads to various externally drysymptoms,such as dry mouth,throat,lips,nose,eyes and skin and hair.Third,it may have a liability to convert into fire upward,so manifests as reddish and sorethroat,swollen gums,congested eyes,nasal bleeding and tinnitus.
Textbooks for The Four TCM Classical Courses: Study on Warm Disease