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ACUPUNCTURE: AN reduction TO DIFFERENTIAL analysis supplies a entire traditional and acupuncture differential analysis, referenced via offering and via acupuncture analysis. provided in an available structure, spiral sure and with a horizontal reduce on every one web page, it offers the practitioner and pupil entry to a convenient and transportable reminiscence reduction to differential analysis.

  • Presented in a small, transportable and quick-referenced form
  • Includes either western medication differential analysis and chinese language drugs differential diagnosis
  • Suitable for either scholars and practitioners of acupuncture
  • Attractive color design

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D) Being very old or very young. e) Diabetes: i. Type 1: candida; tiredness; excessive thirst; frequent urination; hunger; weight loss; nausea and vomiting. ii. Type 2: candida; tiredness with excessive thirst; frequent urination; hunger; blurred vision; slowhealing infections; obesity; impotence in men. indd 18 8/9/2008 6:17:53 PM Chinese Differentiation: Candida Diagnostic questioning according to: 1. Organ interrelationships: ke cycle relationship between water and earth (kidney and spleen) in which the spleen restrains or influences the kidney – consider relative strengths of each organ.

4. Other causes include: hormonal changes related to menstrual periods; pregnancy; contraceptive pills; certain drugs (corticosteroids, anabolic steroids); high levels of sweating and humidity; stress. Acne rosacea Chronic skin condition involving inflammation of the cheeks, nose, chin, forehead or eyelids. Manifests as redness, prominent spider-like blood vessels, swelling or skin eruptions similar to acne. The cause of acne rosacea in Western medicine is unknown, but it is more likely to develop if a person is: fair skinned, female (although men develop a more severe form), prone to blushing and between the ages of 30 and 50.

3. Aetiology: poor diet (excessive consumption of sweet, greasy, dairy, spicy food, caffeine, alcohol); emotional stress; environmental toxins; exposure to cold and wind; overwork. 4. indd 15 8/9/2008 6:17:52 PM Western Differentiation: Bleeding (haemoptysis and blood in stools) 1. Coughing blood (haemoptysis) a) Stemming from pulmonary infection. i. Bronchitis: haemoptysis with cough; yellow-green sputum; shortness of breath; wheezing; fatigue; fever; chest discomfort. ii. Bronchiectasis: haemoptysis with cough; foul-smelling sputum; shortness of breath; weight loss; fatigue; wheezing; pallor; bad breath.

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