Tcm Examination

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Tcm Examination

  1. 1. TCM EXAMINATION<br />A REVIEW PPT HAS BEEN GIVEN IN THE CLASS<br />EXAM PATTERN(70%)<br />SHORT QUESTIONS2 OR 3<br />LONG QUESTIONS2 <br />MARKS ARE GIVEN BETWEEN 10 TO 30 FOR EACH QUESTION <br /><ul><li>KEY POINTS OF THE EXAM</li></ul>*what are the physiological functions of wu zang organs (liver and spleen specially)<br />*basic contents of yin yang theory<br />*diagnostic examinations- Tongue(normal tongue and etc.)<br />Pulse(what is the normal condition of pulse methods of looking pulse.)<br />*composition and physiological function of meridian theory<br />*functions of qi blood<br />*looking at the tongue (color of tongue coating and etc.)<br />*basic syndromes- exterior syndrome and interior syndrome<br />cold syndrome and heat syndrome<br />How do you understand “waning and waxing and equilibrium of yin and yang”? (at least 200 words)<br />What are the main physiological functions of spleen in TCM? (at least 100words)<br />What are the functions of Qi? (at least 100words)<br />What are the physiological functions of the meridians?(at least 100words)<br />What are the common pathogenic characteristics of six excess?( at least 100words)<br />HOME WORK(30%)<br />You have to hand over on the exam day.<br />Answer all for questions. (you have to type the answers and get a print out)<br />· What are contents of laws of promotion and restriction among the five elements?<br />· Please recount major functions of the five Zang-viscera.<br />· What is the concept of essence? What origins for production does the essence have?<br />· Try to explain the concepts of symptom, syndrome, disease, and syndrome differentiation and disease differentiation.<br />

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