About this book
These textbooks systematically introduce the basic theories, the diagnostic methods, the therapeutic methods based on symptom differentiation, and the knowledge of principles of health preservation and rehabilitation. They explain the basic methods and theories of acupuncture and moxibustion, as well as expounding upon 151 kinds of Chinese herbs; each Chinese medicinal herb is illustrated. The textbooks also introduce 84 Chinese herbal formulas and 6 associated formulas commonly used in clinical practice. Furthermore, it elucidates treatments of commonly and frequently encountered diseases in internal medicine, surgery, gynecology, pediatrics, ophthalmology and otorhinolaryngology.
Chinese Medicine Degree students, Western Medicine Practitioners.
Table of contents
VOLUME 1.- Chapter 1 Formation of the Chinese Medicine Theoretical System and Its Philosophical Basis.- Chapter 2 Chinese Medicine Methodology.- Chapter 3 Structure and Functions of the Human Body.- Chapter 4 Basic Substances of Vital Activities.- Chapter 5 Etiology in Chinese Medicine.- Chapter 6 Pathology in Chinese Medicine.- Chapter 7 Approach to Chinese Medical Diagnosis.- Chapter 8 Diagnostic Methods.- Chapter 9 Differential Diagnosis.-Chapter 10 Therapeutics.- Chapter 11 Health Preservation.-
VOLUME 2.- Chapter 12 Meridians: General Introduction.- Chapter 13 Overview of Acupoints.- Chapter 14 Descriptions of Specific Acupoints.- Chapter 15 Techniques of Acupuncture and Moxibustion.- Chapter 16 Principles of Acupuncture Therapeutics.- Chapter 17 Basic Theory of Chinese Materia Medica.- Chapter 18 Some Commonly Used Herbs.- Chapter 18 Some Commonly Used Herbs.- Chapter 19 Basic Principles of CM Drugs.- Chapter 20 Some Commonly Used CM Drugs.-
VOLUME 3.- Chapter 21 Common Internal Medicine Disorders.- Chapter 22 Common Gynecological Disorders.- Chapter 23 Common Pediatric Illnesses.- Chapter 24 Common Surgical and Dermatological Conditions.- Chapter 25 Common Disorders of the Sensory Organs.- Appendices