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The Chinese Medicine Sampler & Online Diagnosis - Pathology List

Pathology Main

Bi Syndrome - Painful Obstruction

Bladder Pathologies

Gallbladder Pathologies

Heart Pathologies

Kidney Pathologies

Large Intestine Pathologies

Liver Pathologies

Lung Pathologies

Small Intestine Pathologies

Spleen Pathologies

Stomach Pathologies

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Deficient Gallbladder
TONGUE: pale, or healthy norm
PULSE: weak
SIGNS/SYMPTOMS: dizziness, blurred vision, nervousness, timidity, being easily startled, lack of courage, lack of intiative, sighing.
SOME COINCIDENT WESTERN MEDICINE DISEASES:
depression, insomnia, vertigo

Damp Heat in the Gallbladder
TONGUE: thick sticky yellow coat, unilateral or bilateral
PULSE: slippery, wiry
SIGNS/SYMPTOMS: distension of abdomen just below the ribs, abdominal pain just below the ribs, difficulty digesting fatty foods, yellow complexion, scanty and dark yellow urine, bitter taste in mouth, thirst without desire to drink, possible fever
SOME COINCIDENT WESTERN MEDICINE DISEASES:
gallstones, jaundice, pancreatitis, hepatitis

 

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