Theory of Chinese Medicine
Nearly 6,000 Chinese medical terms that are commonly used in Chinese-language professional literature.
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An edited transcript of two seminars given in 2004 in London, containing detailed descriptions of the various differentiated kinds of qi, and a wide-ranging philosophical investigation and explanation of the origin and development of the concept of qi itself.
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Presents the first 100 characters based upon frequency of use in medical texts, as well as an overall program designed to help the student acquire the necessary tools for building a thorough vocabulary.
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Volume 3 of the Chinese Medical Characters series presents both simplified and complex forms for 100 characters that are frequently encountered in materia medica study, providing an in-depth look at the most commonly used characters in the field of medicinal therapy.
Paradigm Publications has developed its Chinese Medical Characters series in recognition of the crucial need to facilitate access to Chinese medical texts. This fourth text in the series, subtitled Diagnostic Vocabulary, provides an in-depth look at the most commonly used characters in the field of diagnosis and pattern identification.
Chinese medical knowledge has been evolving for millennia, and its pearls of wisdom are distributed throughout thousands of texts. Since the English literature of Chinese medicine is comparatively limited, many students elect to study Chinese language to deepen their knowledge of the subject.
Designed to be used as a supplemental study guide to any TCM course and exam preparation, this book gives a summary of the key elements of diagnosis, including the four examinations, disease diagnosis, syndrome differentiation, and case histories.
This series of books represents the first introduction to classical Chinese that focuses solely on medical texts. The selections that make up the chapters span a period of nearly 2,000 years, covering the entire written history of Chinese medicine.