Internal Medicine 2 – INTR 3102

This is the second part of Internal Medicine. This course will concentrate second half of the 47 diseases that CTCMPAO has set out for the Pan-Canadian Exam. This course will explore the TCM diagnosis of these diseases and treatment principles. Using these treatment principles we will discuss Acupuncture and/or Herbal and Formula treatments.

TCM Illnesses

1 abdominal mass (ji ju) 

2 abdominal pain (fu tong) 

3 atrophy-flaccidity (wei zheng) 

4 bleeding disorders (xue zheng) 

5 chest impediment (xiong bi) 

6 common cold (gan mao) 

7 constipation (bian bi) 

8 consumptive disease (xu lao) 

9 consumptive thirst (xiao ke) 

10 convulsuve syndromes (jing zheng) 

11 cough (ke shou) 

12 depression (yu zheng) 

13 diarrhea (xie xie) 

14 drum distension (gu zhang) 

15 dysentery (li ji) 

16 dysphagia occlusion syndrome (ye ge) 

17 dyspnea (chuan zheng) 

18 edema (shui zhong) 

19 epigastric pain (wei tong) 

20 epilepsy (xian zheng) 

21 fainting (jue zheng) 

22 goiter (ying bing) 

23 headache (tou tong) 

24 hiccoughing and belching (e ni) 

25 hypochondrial pain (xie tong) 

26 impediment syndrome (bi zheng) 

27 impotence (yang wei) 

28 insomnia (bu mei) 

29 internal damage fever (nei shang fa re) 

30 ischuria (long bi) 

31 jaundice (huang dan) 

32 lumbago (yao tong) 

33 lung distention (fei zhang) 

34 malaria (nue ji) 

35 mania (dian kuang) 

36 palpitation (xin ji) 

37 pulmonary abcess (fei yong) 

38 pulmonary tuberculosis (fei lao) 

39 seminal emission (yi jing) 

40 spontaneous sweats, night sweats (zi han, dao han) 

41 stranguria (lin zheng) 

42 tinnitus and deafness (er ming er long) 

43 vertigo (xuan yun) 

44 vomiting (ou tu) 

45 watery phlegm/sputum (tan yin) 

46 wheezing syndrome (xiao zheng) 

47 wind stroke (zhong feng)


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