C&P Final Review

  1. Which of the following is an inaccurate description of the Gall Bladder?
    Inaccurate: It controls one's discernment.

    • Accurate:
    • It also belongs to one of the six extraordinary Fu organs.
    • Its function is to store the bile.
    • It has an upward Qi direction.
    • It must be in constant state of fullness like the Yin organs.
  2. Which part of the day is considered as "Yang within Yang"?
    6:01 am
  3. Which organ has the function of housing the Shen or Spirit, and governing the blood?
  4. Which one of the following describes the nature of Yang.
    • a) downward sinking
    • b) heavy in weight
    • c) condensing and contraction
    • d) Transforming
    • e) Immobile
  5. According to the Oriental Medicine Theory, the respiratory system is controlled by two organs. Exhalation is controlled by the______and inhalation is controlled by the kidneys.
    Exhalation is controlled by the Lungs.
  6. All the theories and treatment principles of Oriental Medicine are based on?
    The Internal Organs.
  7. Which one of the following organs is NOT involved in the production of the blood?
    San Jiao
  8. Which of the following is a false statement describing the principles of the Yin and Yang?
    FALSE: They are such things as absolute Yin and absolute Yang.

    • TRUE:
    • They are opposite to each other.
    • They want to consume or overcome each other.
    • They depended upon each other for their existence.
    • They can change into one another when one reaches its maximum limit.
  9. Which of the following two elements form a generating or promoting cycle?
    Water and Wood
  10. Which organ controls the sexual reproduction and normal physical and mental development, and storing of the Essence?
  11. Which of the following QI is differentiated into Wei or Defensive Qi and Ying or Nutrient Qi?
    True, Zhen or Zheng Qi
  12. Which of the following incorrect description of the relationship between the Qi and Blood?
    Incorrect: The blood moves the Qi

    • Correct:
    • Te Qi holds the blood.
    • The Qi generates the blood.
    • The blood nourishes the Qi.
  13. Which organ is responsible for nourishing of the muscles?
  14. According to the five element theory, the liver gets insulted by_____.
  15. What is the primary function of the small intestine?
    Separating Pure and Impure water.
  16. The liver is responsible for______.
  17. Sowing, Growing, Reaping, Conceiving, Wet, Center, Stomach, Spleen, Yellow, and Sweet. Followings are the natures of____.
  18. According to the cynical flow of the day, 10:29pm is considered as____.
    Yin within Yin
  19. Which organ controls descending and dispersing of the body fluid aand Wei Qi, (D/D functions), affects urination and defecation, and governs the body's general Qi?
  20. According to Oriental Medicine, the combination of the body fluids and Ying Qi turns into the blood at the____.
  21. According to Oriental Medicine, which one of the following house or anchors the mind or Shen?
  22. Which one of the following is not considered as a part of the directional flow of the Qi?
    NOT: Forward and Backward

    • Correct:
    • Ascending or upward
    • Entering or Inward
    • Exiting or Outward
  23. Following the statements describe the functions of the Qi. Except?
    Incorrect: Removes waste materials out of the body.

    • Correct:
    • Warms the body
    • protects the body from the pathogenic factors.
    • Raises the organs and holds the blood and body fluids in the vessels
    • Transports nutrients to every part of the body.
  24. Which of the following moistens and becomes the part of the joints, bones, Marrow, cartilage and brain, and also lubricates the sensory organs?
  25. What is the outer door or opening of the heart?
  26. Which one of the following Yang organs does not come in contact with water?
    Gall Bladder
  27. A patient had the spleen problems in the past. Due to the improper treatment, the patient also developed the Liver problems. Now, the patient has both the problems of the Spleen and Liver. Which cycle is used to analyze above condition?
    Insulting or Counter-acting Cycle
  28. Which of the following combinations is incorrect Internal-External organ pairing?
    Incorrect: Pericardium and Large Intestine.

    • Correct:
    • Spleen and Stomach
    • Kidneys and Bladder
    • Liver and Gall Bladder
    • Heart and Small Intestine
  29. Which one of the four five- element cycle can be used to either subdue the excess or fortify the deficiency condition of the affected organ?
    Controlling or Acting
  30. Which one of the following Qi controls the strength of the voice, helps push the blood and Qi and is the combination of food essence and Air that is stored in the Chest?
    Gathering or Zong Qi
  31. Which one of the following Yang organ serves as pathway for the Yuan or Original Qi to travel around the body?
    San Jiao
  32. According to Oriental Medicine, the body needs the following materials in order to produce Qi, blood and body fluids. EXCEPT?
    Incorrect: Vitamins and Minerals

    • Correct:
    • Kidney Essence
    • Air or Oxygen
    • Food or Water Essence
  33. Which organ is most likely to be damaged due to excessive anger?
  34. Which organ is known as general organ that controls the body's Qi flow, and it is sensitive to the internal environment such as emotion?
  35. Which one of the following organs does not participate in the body's water metabolism?
  36. Which organ has the responsibility of ascending of Food and Water essence, rising of clear Yang Qi to the head, and nourishing of the four limbs?
  37. Which one of the following Qi travels around via the meredians and vessels?
    Ying or Nutrient Qi
  38. Which organ has a job of practicing an imperial organ from the pathogenic factors?
  39. Which types of food will fortify the Spleen?
    Sweet taste and Yellow colored.
  40. Which one of the following organs in NOT a part of the family of the Intestines?
  41. When the heart is diseased, the body emits___ and manifests on the___.
    Sweat and Facial Complexion
  42. Which one of the following Qi is stored in between the muscles and the skin to control the skin pores, and prevents the external pathogenic factors from entering the body?
    Wei and Defensive Qi
  43. Which organ is known as post natal or acquired organ that is in charge of transforming and transporting (T/T function) of the body's Qi, Blood and body fluid, and hold the organs in their places and the blood in the vessels?
  44. Which element has Purifying, changing, Drying, eliminating, Reforming, Heavy and downward Qi direction?
  45. Which organ is mostly affected during winter and in the cold climate?
  46. Which one of the following is NOT one of six pathogenic factors, Xie or Evil Qi?
    Incorrect: Wetness

    • Correct:
    • Dampness
    • Dryness
    • Summer-Heat
    • Wind
  47. Which organ is most likely to be affected by the external environment?
  48. Following organs have close association with the blood, but which organ is in charge of repairing and storing of the blood, and regulates menstrual cycle, and the blood volume flowing in the body?
  49. According to Oriental Medicine theory, the blood is the combination of the___ and the ___.
    Body Fluid and Ying Qi
  50. Which Qi is known as prenatal essence that provides force behind the functional activities of all the organs, is the basis of the Kidney Qi, and facilitates the transformation of the Qi and blood?
    Yuan-Source, Original or Primary Qi
  51. Which part of the mental aspect is controlled by the Small Intestine?
  52. Both the spleen and the Stomach are located next to each other at the middle Jiao and they play important role in digestion and production of the vital substances (T/T function), Also, they can be considered as internal-external pair and are inseparable, but the Spleen prefers___ climate and the Stomach prefers____climate.
    Dryness and Dampness
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C&P Final Review
Yin, Yang, Meridians, Fundamental Theory