TCMDx

  1. TCM Dx manifests the features of TCM in the concepts of:



    C. Wholism and Differentiations
  2. The Patient's Cheif Complaint should include:



    C. Main Sx and Duration
  3. The Cheif Complaint should be given by:



    • A. Practitioner
    • (This is the absurd position of Peizhu Cheng. Irrespective of what patient states, Practitioner provide final c/o only).
  4. Pt c/o found body wet right after waking up from sleeping; this means:



    D. Night Sweating
  5. While inquiring in clinic, "permanent chills" means:



    B. Intolerance of Cold
  6. When Inquiring in clinic, High Fever Without Chills means:



    B. Internal Excessive Heat Syndrome
  7. The Sx of Aversion to Cold with Fever usually indicate:



    C. External Syndromes
  8. Pt c/o "perspires a lot and easily, every day; physical labor may cause condition to worsen." This Sx could be described as:



    C. Spontaneous Sweating
  9. Differentiating Pain in general should concern:



    D. Property, Duration, and Location
  10. Pain in general is classified as:



    D. Excess Pattern and Deficiency Pattern

    • Pain always Excess or Deficiency.
    • Pain helped by Pressure=Deficiency
    • Pain worse with Pressure=Excess
  11. Pt c/o of "stabing pain on chest." You may consider the pain to be:



    C. Blood Stasis in Chest
  12. Vague Pain alleviated with pressure usually indicates:



    D. Deficiency
  13. Pt c/o Headache, esp on the Occiput part of head, involving the nape; This H/A may be considered (IAW Meridians) as:



    A. Tai Yang H/A
  14. Pt c/o "swelling knee joints" and fixed pain with heaviness feeling on the body. You consider the pain related to:



    A. Dampness Accumulation
  15. Pt c/o he has been bothered by pain and discomfort. The pain seems hidden, not sharp, not obvious, not severe, but always noticed. You would describe this kind of pain as:



    D. Vague Pain
  16. Sudden onset of epigastrium cold pain alleviated by warming indicates:



    C. Cold in Stomach
  17. ABD Distention, cold & pain in epigastrium, alleviated with pressure and warmth, cold limbs, poor appetite, loose stools, pale tongue, and weak pulse; indicates a Cold Syndrome caused by:



    C. Spleen Yang Deficiency
  18. Wandering, distending pain at hyponchondriac region with irritability and restlessness, are generally due to:



    D. Stagnation of Liver Qi
  19. Vague pain and weakness of the waist, aggravated in the afternoon, signify:



    D. Kidney Deficiency
  20. Gradual onset of deafness in protracted illness or old patients generally signifies:



    D. Deficiency of Kidney
  21. Sudden onset of high tone tinnitus usually indicates:



    A. Hyperactive Liver Yang
Author
Arjunadawn
ID
110024
Card Set
TCMDx
Description
TCM Diagnosis Quiz 1
Updated