Traditional Chinese Syndromes:The Diagnosis of Chinese Medicine


Traditional Chinese Medicine has a functional nosology based on disturbances of the five Zang organs (lung, heart, spleen, liver, kidney)and the six Fu organs (large intestine, small instestine, stomach, gallbladder and urinary bladder).


Influential Point Cold Symptom Functional Nosology Liver Fire Chronic Conjunctivitis 
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