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Case Studies from the Medical Records of Leading Chinese Acupuncture Experts

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The ability to apply complex theory to practice is a vital skill for acupuncturists. Case studies and medical records are an extremely useful resource for understanding how to differentiate between different syndromes, and provide invaluable precedents for deciding upon appropriate methods of diagnosis and treatment.

This book presents a collection of real case studies of patients who have been treated by prominent acupuncture practitioners in China. The case studies are divided into five sub-categories of disease, and include information on the patient's medical history, presenting complaint, symptoms, tongue and pulse examination, diagnosis, treatment, and prescription as well as the Western diagnosis. More than 170 different case studies are included in the book, covering 73 different types of syndromes and disease. A useful appendix with the Chinese and English names for these syndromes is also included.

Compiled by leading experts at the China Beijing International Acupuncture Training Center (CBIATC), under the editorial direction of leading Chinese clinicians Zhu Bing and Wang Hongcai, this book is a useful reference for acupuncture practitioners and students at all levels.

Contents
Preface. Foreword. Introduction.

Section 1. Diseases of Internal Department. Section One: Common Cold. Case I: Yang Jiebin's Medical Record. Case II: Cheng Xinnong's Medical Record. Case III: Xiao Shaoqing's Medical Record. Case IV: Meng Hong's Medical Record. Summary.

Section Two: Cough. Case I: Yang Jiebin's Medical Record. Case II: Record in Acupuncture-Moxibustion for Difficult Diseases. Case III: Zhou Yunxian's Medical Record. Case IV: Record in Acupuncture-Moxibustion for Difficult Diseases. Summary.

Section Three: Asthma. Case I: Shao Jingming's Medical Record. Case II: Shao Jingming's Medical Record. Case III: Xiao Shaoqing's Medical Record. Summary.

Section Four: Hypochondriac Pain. Case I: Cheng Xinnong's Medical Record. Case II: Cheng Xinnong's Medical Record. Case III: Yang Jiebin's Medical Record. Summary.

Section Five: Epigastric Pain. Case I: Cheng Xinnong's Medical Record. Case II: Cheng Xinnong's Medical Record. Case III: Tian Conghe's Medical Record. Case IV: Shao Jingming's Medical Record. Summary.

Section Six: Hiccup. Case I: Yang Jiebin's Medical Record. Summary.

Section Seven: Abdominal Pain. Case I: Feng Runshen's Medical Record. Case II: Cheng Xinnong's Medical Record. Summary.

Section Eight: Diarrhea. Case I: Record in Acupuncture-Moxibustion for Difficult Diseases. Case II: Lou Baiceng's Medical Record. Case III: Meng Hong's Medical Record. Summary.

Section Nine: Constipation. Case I: Yang Jiebin's Medical Record. Case II: Lou Baiceng's Medical Record. Summary.

Section Ten: Long Bi (urination disturbance). Case I: Lu Shouyan's Medical Record. Case II: Yang Yongxuan's Medical Record. Case III: Cao Huairen's Medical Record. Summary.

Section Eleven: Lin Zheng (urination disturbance). Case I: Yang Jiasan's Medical Record.

Section Twelve: Edema. Case I Lu Shouyan's Medical Record. Case II: Zheng Yizhong's Medical Record. Summary.

Section Thirteen: Xiao Ke. Case I: Wang Faxiang's Medical Record. Summary.

Section Fourteen: Palpitation. Case I: Lu Shouyan's Medical Record. Case II: Cheng Xinnong's Medical Record. Case III: Zhou Yunxian's Medical Record. Summary.

Section Fifteen: Bu Mei (insomnia). Case I: Lu Shouyan's Medical Record. Case II: Xiao Shaoqing's Medical Record. Case III: Cheng Xinnong's Medical Record. Case IV Zhou Yunxian's Medical Record. Summary.

Section Sixteen: Headache. Case I: Cheng Xinnong's Medical Record. Case II: Sun Liuhe's Medical Record. Case III: Sun Liuhe's Medical Record. Case IV: Sun Liuhe's Medical Record. Case V: Hu Jinsheng's Medical Record. Case VI: Liu Taoxin's Medical Record. Summary.

Section Seventeen: Xuan Yun (dizziness). Case I: Cheng Xinnong's Medical Record. Case II: Cheng Xinnong's Medical Record. Case III: Ji Xiaopng's Medical Record. Case IV: Hu Jinsheng's Medical Record. Summary.

Section Eighteen: Facial Pain. Case I: Lu Shouyan's Medical Record. Case II: Cheng Xinnong's Medical Record. Case III: Liu Jiaying's Medical Record. Summary.

Section Nineteen: Facial Paralysis. Case I: Cheng Xinnong's Medical Record. Case II: Cheng Xinnong's Medical Record. Case III: Yang Jiebin's Medical Record. Case IV: Yang Jiebin's Medical Record. Case V: Yang Jinhong's Medical Record. Case VI: Liu Zhaohui's Medical Record. Summary.

Section Twenty: Wind Stroke. Case I: Lu Shouyan's Medical Record. Case II: Yang Jiasan's Medical Record. Case III: Cheng Xinnong's Medical Record. Case IV: Shi Xuemin's Medical Record. Case V: Bo Zhiyun's Medical Record. Case VI: Yang Jiebin's Medical Record.

Section Twenty-One: Low Back Pain. Case I: Yang Yongxuan's Medical Record. Case II: Record in Acupuncture-Moxibustion for Difficult Diseases. Case III: Cheng Xinnong's Medical Record. Case IV: Cheng Xinnong's Medical Record. Case V: Ji Xiaoping's Medical Record. Summary.

Section Twenty-Two: Luo Zhen (torticollis). Case I: Yang Yongxuan's Medical Record. Case II: Cheng Xinnong's Medical Record. Summary.

Section Twenty-Three: Cervical Spondylosis. Case I: Yang Jiasan's Medical Record. Case II: Bo Zhiyun's Medical Record. Case III: Yang Jinhong's Medical Record. Summary.

Section Twenty-Four: Xing Bi (wandering Bi). Case I: Lu Shouyan's Medical Record. Case II: Cheng Xinnong's Medical Record.

Section Twenty-Five: Zhuo Bi (fixed Bi). Case I: Lu Shouyan's Medical Record. Case II: Cheng Xinnong's Medical Record. Case III: Wei Lixin's Medical Record.

Section Twenty-Six: Tong Bi (Painful bi). Case I: Cheng Xinnong's Medical Record. Case II: Chen Yuelai and ZhengKuishan's Medical Record. Case III: Liu Taoxin's Medical Record.

Section Twenty-Seven: Re Bi (febrile Bi). Case I: Yang Yongxuan's Medical Record. Case II: Record in Acupuncture-Moxibustion for Difficult Diseases. Summary.

Section Twenty-Eight: Numbness of Extremities. Case I: Yang Jiebin's Medical Record. Case II: Yang Jiebin's Medical Record. Summary.

Section Twenty-Nine: Wei Syndrome. Case I: Cheng Xinnong's Medical Record. Case II: Cheng Xinnong's Medical Record. Case III: Cheng Xinnong's Medical Record. Case IV: Bo Zhiyun's Medical Record. Summary.

Section Thirty: Ptosis. Case I: Zheng Kuishan's Medical Record. Case II: Xiao Shaoqing's Medical Record. Summary.

Section Thirty-One: Facial Spasm. Case I: Cheng Xinnong's Medical Record. Case II: Yang Yongxuan's Medical Record. Summary.

Section Thirty-Two: Chan Syndrome (tremor). Case I: Cheng Xinnong's Medical Record. Summary.
Section Thirty-Three: Stirring of the Liver Wind. Case I: Cheng Xinnong's Medical Record. Summary.
Section Thirty-Four: Epilepsy. Case I: Yang Jiasan's Medical Record. Case II: Cheng Xinnong's Medical Record. Summary.

Section Thirty-Five: Hysteria. Case I: Record in Acupuncture-Moxibustion for Difficult Diseases. Case II: Cheng Xinnong's Medical Record. Case III: Liu Jiaying's Medical Record. Summary.

Section Thirty-Six: Depression. Case I: Cheng Xinnong's Medical Record. Case II: Cheng Xinnong's Medical Record. Case III: Ji Xiaoping's Medical Record. Summary.

Section Thirty-Seven: Impotence. Case I: Lu Shouyan's Medical Record. Case II: Cheng Xinnong's Medical Record. Summary.

Section Thirty-Eight: Hernia. Case I: Record in Acupuncture-Moxibustion for Difficult Diseases. Case II: Cheng Xinnong's Medical Record. Summary.

Section Thirty-Nine: Prolapse of Rectum. Case I: Shao Jingming's Medical Record. Case II: Xiao Shaoqing's Medical Record. Summary.

Section Forty: High Fever. Case I: Wu Zhongchao's Medical Record. Section Forty-one: Blood Syndrome. Case I: Wu Zhongcao's Medical Record.

Author information

Zhu Bing teaches at the China Beijing International Acupuncture Training Center (CBIATC), an organisation founded in 1975 at the request of the World Health Organisation. CBIATC has a prestigious reputation as one of the world's leading training organisations in Traditional Chinese Medicine.

Wang Hongcai teaches at the China Beijing International Acupuncture Training Center (CBIATC), an organisation founded in 1975 at the request of the World Health Organisation. CBIATC has a prestigious reputation as one of the world's leading training organisations in Traditional Chinese Medicine.

Case Studies from the Medical Records of Leading Chinese Acupuncture Experts
Case Studies from the Medical Records of Leading Chinese Acupuncture Experts

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