Clinical Handbook of Internal Medicine Volume 2 Spleen and Stomach

Clinical Handbook of Internal Medicine Volume 2 Spleen and Stomach

Will Maclean & Jane Lyttleton

Detailed herb, patent medicine and acupuncture treatments for 29 disorders of the gastro-intestinal system.

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Contents

Contents

Acknowledgments
Introduction

ABDOMINAL DISTENSION
1.1 Food stagnation
1.2 Phlegm Damp
1.3 Liver qi stagnation
1.4 Accumulation of Lung qi, (Lung and Spleen deficiency)
1.5 Damp Heat
1.6 Spleen and Stomach qi deficiency
1.7 Spleen and Stomach yang deficiency
1.8 Stomach (Spleen) yin deficiency
Summary of guiding formulae for abdominal distension

ABDOMINAL PAIN
2.1 Cold
2.2 Heat
2.3 Liver qi stagnation
2.4 Blood stagnation
2.5 Food stagnation
2.6 Worm accumulation
Summary of guiding formulae for abdominal pain

ACID REFLUX (Heartburn)
3.1 Liver qi invading the Stomach
3.2 Stomach and Liver Heat
3.3 Phlegm Damp
3.4 Food stagnation
3.5 Spleen and Stomach qi/yang deficiency
3.6 Stomach and Liveryin deficiency
Summary of guiding formulae for acid reflux and heartburn

ANOREXIA, LOSS OF APPETITE
4.1 Lingering external pathogens
4.2 Spleen qi/yang deficiency
4.3 Phlegm Damp in the Stomach
4.4 Liver qi stagnation
Summary of guiding formulae for anorexia and loss of appetite

CONSTIPATION
5.1 Heat
5.2 Food stagnation
5.3 Qi stagnation
5.4 Phlegm accumulation
5.5 Blood deficiency
5.6 Qi deficiency
5.7 Yin deficiency
5.8 Yang deficiency with Cold accumulation
Summary of guiding formulae for constipation

DIARRHOEA
6.1 Summer (seasonal) diarrhoea
6.2 Damp Heat
6.3 Cold Damp
6.4 Food stagnation
6.5 Liver qiinvading the Spleen
6.6 Spleen and Stomach qi deficiency
6.7 Spleen and Kidneyyang deficiency
6.8 Fluid retention in the intestines
6.9 Blood stagnation
Summary of guiding formulae for diarrhoea

DYSENTERIC DISORDER
7.1 Damp Heat
7.2 Fulminating dysenteric disorder
7.3 Liver qi invading the Spleen (with stagnant Heat, Damp Heat or Fire)
7.4 Cold Damp
7.5 Anorectic dysenteric disorder
7.6 Relapsing dysenteric disorder
7.7 Spleen and Kidneyyang deficiency
7.8 Yin deficiency (with residual Damp Heat)
7.9 Blood stagnation
Summary of guiding formulae for dysenteric disorder

DYSPHAGIA
8.1 Phlegm and qi accumulation
8.2 Heat drying fluids andyin (of the throat and oesophagus)
8.3 Phlegm and Blood stagnation
8.4 Qi andyang defiaency
Summary of guiding formulae for dysphagia

EPIGASTRIC PAIN
9.1 Cold invading the Stomach
9.2 Food stagnation
9.3 Liver qi invading the Stomach
9.4 Stomach Heat (Fire)
9.5 Blood stagnation
9.6 Spleen and Stomach qi (yang) deficiency
9.7 Stomach yin deficiency
Summary of guiding formulae for epigastric pain

GINGIVITIS, PERIODONTITIS
10.1 Stomach Heat/Fire
10.2 Stomachyin deficiency with Heat
10.3 Qi and Blood deficiency
10.4 Blood stagnation
Summary of guiding formulae for gingivitis/periodontitis

HAEMAFECIA
11.1 Stomach Heat/Fire
11.2 Liver qi invading the Stomach, with stagnant Heat or Fire
11.3 Intestinal Wind
11.4 Damp Heat in the Large Intestine
11.5 Blood stagnation
11.6 Spleen qi deficiency
11.7 Spleen and Stomach yang deficiency
11.8 Stomach yin deficiency with Heat
Summary of guiding formulae for haemafecia

HAEMATEMESIS
12.1 Heat in the ying/Blood
12.2 Stomach Heat/Fire
12.3 Damp Heat injuring the Stomach
12.4 Liver Fire invading the Stomach
12.5 Food stagnation
12.6 Blood stagnation
12.7 Spleen and Stomach qi deficiency
12.8 Stomachyin deficiency with Heat
Summary of guiding formulae for haematemesis

HAEMORRHOIDS
13.1 Intestinal Wind
13.2 Intestinal Dryness
13.3 Damp Heat
13.4 Spleen qi deficiency not holding Blood
13.5 Spleen qi deficiency, sinking qi
13.6 Blood stagnation
Summary of guiding formulae for haemorrhoids

Appendix 1: Anal Fissure
A13.1.1 Heat/Fire
A13.1.2 Damp Heat

Appendix 2: Anorectal Abscess
A13.2.1 Acute abscess (Toxic Heat)
A13.2.2 Chronic abscess

Appendix 3: Anorectal Fistula
A13.3.1 Damp Heat
A13.3.2 Qi and Blood deficiency
A13.3.3 Liver and Kidney yin deficiency

Appendix 4: Anal Itch
13.4.1 Wind Heat
13.4.2 Damp Heat
13.4.3 Blood deficiency (generating Wind)
13.4.4 Parasites

HALITOSIS
14.1 Stomach Heat
14.2 Lung Heat
14.3 Food stagnation
Summary of guiding formulae for halitosis

HICCOUGHS
15.1 Cold in the Stomach
15.2 Stomach Heat/Fire
15.3 Food stagnation
15.4 Liver qi invading the Stomach
15.5 Phlegm Damp
15.6 Blood stagnation
15.7 Spleen and Kidney yang deficiency
15.8 Stomach yin deficiency
Summary of guiding formulae for hiccough

INDETERMINATE GNAWING HUNGER
16.1 Stomach Heat
16.2 Liver qi invading the Stomach
16.3 Stomach (Liver) yin deficiency
16.4 Stomach qi deficiency
16.5 Blood stagnation
16.6 Food stagnation
Summary of guiding formulae for indeterminate gnawing hunger

INDIGESTION (Functional Dyspepsia)
17.1 Food stagnation
17.2 Liver qi invading the Stomach
17.3 Mixed Cold, Heat and defiaency in the Stomach and Intestines
17.4 Phlegm Damp
17.5 Spleen qi/yang deficiency
Summary of guiding formulae for indigestion

INTESTINAL ABSCESS
18.1 Qi and Blood stagnation stage
18.2 Flourishing Heat stage
18.3 Toxic Heat Stage
18.4 Chronic abscess with Blood stagnation and/or deficiency
Summary of guiding formulae for intestinal abscess

LIP WIND
19.1 Wind Damp Heat (Fire)
19.2 Wind Heat (Fire) with Spleen and Stomach Damp Heat
19.3 Liver qi stagnation with stagnant Heat, Liver Fire
19.4 Spleen qi deficiency (with residual Wind)
Summary of guiding formulae for lip wind

MOUTH ULCERS
20.1 Acute external invasion
20.2 Acute internal Heat
20.3 Yin deficiency
20.4 Yang deficiency
20.5 Qi and Blood deficiency
Summary of guiding formulae for mouth ulcers

NAUSEA, VOMITING
21.1 External pathogens invading the Stomach
21.2 Food stagnation
21.3 Phlegm Damp
21.4 Liver qi invading the Stomach
21.5 Spleen and Stomach deficiency
21.6 Stomach yin deficiency
Summary of guiding formulae for nausea and vomiting

RECTAL PROLAPSE
22.1 Spleen and Lung qi deficiency, sinking qi
22.2 Spleen and Kidney yang deficiency
22.3 Damp Heat
Summary of guiding formulae for rectal prolapse

REGURGITATION
23.1 Liver qi invading the Stomach
23.2 Spleen and Stomach qi/yang deficiency
23.3 Stomach Heat
23.4 Phlegm obstructing the Stomach
23.5 Blood stagnation
Summary of guiding formulae for regurgitation

SUDDEN TURMOIL DISORDER
24.1 Cold (Damp)
24.2 Heat (Damp Heat)
24.3 Dryness
Summary of guiding formulae for sudden turmoil disorder

TOOTH ABSCESS
25.1 Acute abscess
25.1.1 Toxic Heat
25.1.2 Stomach Heat
25.2 Chronic, recurrent abscess
25.2.1 Qi deficiency with residual Toxin
25.2.2 Yin deficiency with residual Toxin
Summary of guiding formulae for tooth abscess

THE DIET
Qi deficiency
Yang deficiency
Blood deficiency
Yin deficiency
Liver qi stagnation
Dampness and Phlegm
Damp Heat, Phlegm Heat
Blood stagnation
Dryness
Characteristics of common foods

Appendix 1. Extra prescriptions
Appendix 2. The primary pathological triad.
Appendix 3. Herb delivery, dosage and processing
Appendix 4. Cross reference of prescription names
Bibliography

Overview

AuthorWill Maclean & Jane Lyttleton
PublisherUniversity of Western Sydney
Number Of Pages950
Book FormatHardback
ISBN978-0957972001

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