Clinical Examples of Tongue Diagnosis

Gastrointinal dysfunction
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Gastrointinal dysfunction
Mr. Li, 30.
First visit: February 20, 2006.  (Fig.3-56)
He had loose stools for four years, with regular appetite, occasional abdominal distension, absence of vomiting and stomachache, red tongue with teeth marks and thin fur, and fine pulse. Treatment aims to enrich qi and yin and nourish spleen. The herbs are omitted here.


Second visit: May 16, 2006.  (Fig. 3 - 57)
After three-month treatments, all symptoms were improved, normal bowel movements with occasional abdominal distension, pale tongue and whitish fur and patent medicine was taken instead. Also learn Acupuncture Single Points for peptic ulcers.

(Fig.3 -57)

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