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1

What are the six channels?

Tai Yang, Shao Yang, Yang Ming, Tai Yin, Shao Yin, Jue Yin

2

What are the Tai Yang patterns?

vacuity (wind strike)
repletion (cold damage)
water amassment
blood amassment

3

What are the signs and symptoms of Tai Yang repletion pattern?

Repletion - aversion to cold, absence of sweat, tight floating pulse, chills & fever w/ chills predominating, occipital headache, coughing, wheezing, general body aches, no thirst, strong desire for warm drink

4

Shao Yang channel pattern is considered to affect 1/2 _____ and 1/2 ______

interior, exterior

5

Shao Yang channel pattern is characterized by ___________

alternating fever & chills, chest tightness, hypochondriac pain, wiry pulse, abdominal fullness

6

Yang Ming channel pattern is a fully ______ disease

internal

7

Yang Ming channel pattern is divided into _______ pattern and _______ pattern. The characteristics of each are _______________. Which of the two patterns is more yang?

channel
bowel
channel - big fever, big sweat, big thirst, big pulse
bowel - fullness, glomus, dryness, repletion
Channel pattern is more yang

8

Tai Yin pattern is a pattern of ______ cold and _____ cold

internal
vacuity

9

What are the signs and symptoms of Tai Yin pattern?

SP-ST vacuity, abdominal fullness, vomiting, diarrhea, loss of appetite, moderate, weak pulse

10

Shao Yin channel pattern can be divided into _______ and ________. List the organ associated with each.

cold transformation pattern (vacuity cold) - KD
heat transformation pattern (vacuity heat) - HT

11

List signs and symptoms of each Shao Yin channel pattern

cold transformation - aversion to cold, reversal cold in limbs, curled-up posture, diarrhea w/ undigested food, deep and faint pulse, swollen ankles/feet, exhaustion, depression, anhedonia, weight gain, hypothyroidism, copious clear urine

heat transformation - vexation, insomnia, dry throat, dry mouth, fine, rapid pulse, dark scanty urine, five center heat, bizarre dreams, night sweats

12

What are signs and symptoms of Jue Yin channel pattern?

cold-heat complex (upper body heat, lower body cold), waisting and thirsting, hunger w/ no desire to eat, vomiting of roundworms, qi surging into HT

13

The Shang Han system posits ______ pathogen while the Wen Bing system posits _______ pathogen

an initial cold
an initial heat

14

What are the Tai Yang organ patterns?

Water accumulation/amassmentBlood accumulation/amassment

15

What the four main types of channels found in the body?

Primary, Luo, Divergent, Sinew

16

What organs are associated w/ each of the six channels?

Tai Yang - UB, SI
Yang Ming - ST, LI
Shao Yang - SJ, GB
Tai Yin - SP, LU
Shao Yin - HT, KD
Jue Yin - PC, LV

17

What organs does each of the six channel patterns primarily affect?

Tai Yang - LU
Yang Ming - channel - LU, bowel - LI
Shao Yang - LV
Tai Yin - SP
Shao Yin - HT, KD
Jue Yin - whole body

18

What is the treatment principle for Tai Yang Repletion? Tai Yang Vacuity?

warmly clear exterior by promoting sweat

warmly clear exterior & stop sweating, gently tonify qi

19

What does it mean to harmonize the Ying and Wei?

clear exterior, stop sweating

20

What are the signs and symptoms of Tai Yang vacuity pattern?

aversion to wind, sweat, moderate floating pulsem, mild chills & fever, mild body aches, sneezing, coughing, no thirst

21

What are the signs and symptoms of Tai Yang water amassment?
What is the treatment principle?

wind cold excess symptoms - chills & fever, no sweat, floating tight pulse + inhibited urination, pressure & discomfort in lower abdomen

warmly clear exterior by promoting sweat & promote urination

22

What are the signs and symptoms of Tai Yang blood amassment?
What is the treatment principle?

wind cold excess symptoms - chills & fever, no sweat, floating tight pulse + inhibited urination, blood in the urine, sharp throbbing pain in lower abdomen

23

What is the pathology that leads to Tai Yang blood amassment?

Tai Yang water amassment - cold pathogen coverts to heat pathogen in UB - bleeding, scarring

24

What are some diseases that manifest as Shao Yang patterns?

chronic fatigue syndrome
fibromyalgia
Hepatitis B/C
early stage HIV
chicken pox
chicken guinea fever
chronic lyme disease
human elichiosis

25

Describe the pulse and tongue of patient w/ Shao Yang stage disease

wiry pulse
relatively normal tongue w/ red, peeled sides

26

Treatment principle for Shao Yang pattern is _______

clear the Shao Yang

27

Treatment principle for Tai Yin pattern is _______

warm the middle jiao

28

Describe the pulse and tongue of patient w/ Tai Yin stage disease

pulse - weak, deep, slow, or
weak, deep, tight w/ abdominal pain

tongue - very pale, wet, swollen, thin, wet white coat

29

Treatment principle for Shao Yin pattern is ________

heat transformation - nourish HT & KD yin
cold transformation - warm Shao Yin/ HT & KD yang

30

Describe the pulse and tongue of Jue Yin pattern

pulse - rapid, surging/ floating
tongue - pale, swollen, wet, thin white coat

31

Treatment principle for Jue Yin pattern is __________

clear heat from upper jiao, warm lower jiao