The Clinical Significance of Palpable Channel Changes

Wang Juyi and Mei Li

Channel palpation serves as an objective means of verifying symptom-based clinical diagnosis in Chinese medicine. Interpretation of palpable channel changes is based on an integration of classical channel theory and symptom analysis. Understanding the correlation between channel palpation and pathology is the key to effectively utilising channel theory in diagnosis and treatment. This article discusses the structure of channels and the types and significance of commonly-palpated changes, with the theory illustrated by examples from the clinic of Dr. Wang Juyi.

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