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Otorhinolaryngology of Traditional Chinese Medicine

Otorhinolaryngology of Traditional Chinese Medicine

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ISBN 9787810106542
Publisher Shanghai University of Traditional Chinese Medicine Press
Publication Date December 2002
Pages 204 pages, paperback
Product Dimensions 9.2 x 6.5 x 0.4 inches
Language English, Chinese
Series Newly Compiled Practical English-Chinese Library of Traditional Chinese Medicine

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Newly Compiled Practical English-Chinese Library of Traditional Chinese Medicine: Otorhinolaryngology of Traditional Chinese Medicine
Compiler-in-Chief: Ding Shuhua
Translators-in-Chief: Zhang Dengfeng and Yang Mingshan
Compiled and Translated by Nanjing University of Traditional Chinese Medicine
Published by Publishing House of Shanghai University of Traditional Chinese Medicine, SHANGHAI
Language: Chinese-English
Paperback, 787mm X 1092mm, 203 pages
ISBN 7810106546

Otorhinolaryngology of traditional Chinese medicine, a clinical science, studies the diseases of the ear, nose and throat under the guidance of TCM theories in combination with the clinical syndrome differentiation of modern TCM.

This book mainly introduces the basic theories of Otorhinolaryngology of traditional Chinese medicine and the therapeutic methods of the commonly-seen diseases. The book consists of two parts. Part one is general introduction and part two specific discussions. The former introduces the routine examination methods, syndrome differentiation approaches and therapeutic methods of TCM of the diseases of the ear, nose and throat; the latter which includes three chapters introduces 29 commonly-seen diseases of the ear, nose and throat respectively. The specific discussions briefly expound the basic concept, major pathogenic factors and pathogenesis, main points for diagnosis and syndrome differentiation of every disease. For some diseases, the authors also introduce the easy and practical simple and proved recipes as well as external therapeutic methods. As for the contents of acumoxi, massage as well as health preservation and rehabilitation, we will not discuss them here, for they are introduced in other special books.

Contents

1 General Introduction

1.1 The Ear, Nose and Throat: Their Relationships with Viscera, Meridians and Collaterals

1.1.1 The ear: its relationships with viscera, meridians and collaterals

1.1.2 The nose: its relationships with viscera, meridians and collaterals

1.1.3 The throat: its relationships with viscera, meridians and collaterals

1.2 The Routine Examinations of the Ear, Nose and Throat

1.2.1 The routine examinations of the ear

1.2.2 The routine examinations of the nose

1.2.3 The routine examinations of the throat

1.3 Syndrome Differentiation of Diseases of the Ear, Nose and Throat

1.3.1 Syndrome differentiation of diseases of the ear

1.3.2 Syndrome differentiation of diseases of the nose

1.3.3 Syndrome differentiation of diseases of the throat

1.4 Therapeutic Methods of TCM for Diseases of the Ear , Nose and Throat

1.4.1 Therapeutic methods of TCM for diseases of the ear

1.4.2 Therapeutic methods of TCM for diseases of the nose

1.4.3 Therapeutic methods of TCM for diseases for the throat

2 Specific Discussions

2.1 Diseases of the Ear

2.1.1 Inflammation of the external auditory canal

2.1.2 Eczema of external ear

2.1.3 Secretory otitis media

2.1.4 Acute suppurative otitis media

2.1.5 Chronic suppurative otitis media

2.1.6 Abnormal patency of eustachian tube

2.1.7 Sudden deafness

2.1.8 Meniere's disease

2.2 Diseases of the Nose

 2.2.1 Nasal vestibulitis

2.2.2 Nasal vestibular eczema

2.2.3 Acute rhinitis

2.2.4 Chronic rhinitis

2.2.5 Atrophic rhintis

2.2.6 Allergic rhinitis

2.2.7 Nasal polyp

2.2.8 Acute nasosinusitis

2.2.9 Chronic nasosisnusitis

2.2.10 Nasal hemorrhage

2.2.11 Trauma of nose

2.3 Diseases of the Throat

2.3.1 Acute tonsillitis

2.3.2 Chronic tonsillitis

2.3.3 Acute pharyngitis

2.3.4 Chronic pharyngitis

2.3.5 Peritonsillar abscess

2.3.6 Nasopharyngeal carcinoma

2.3.7 Acute epiglottiditis

2.3.8 Acute laryngitis

2.3.9 Chronic laryngitis

2.3.10 Pharyngeal paraesthesia

2.3.11 Hysterial aphonia

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