TCMDx

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  1. TCM Dx manifests the features of TCM in the concepts of:
    A. Wholism and Differentiations
    B. The Yin and Yang and Five Phases theories
    C. Four Methods of Exam & Differentiations
    D. The Theories of Meridians and Viscera
    A. Wholism and Differentiations
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  2. The Patient's Cheif Complaint should include:
    A. Main Sx and Accompanying Sx
    B. Main Sx only
    C. Manin Sx and Onset
    D. Main Sx and Duration
    D. Main Sx and Duration
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  3. The Cheif Complaint should be given by:
    a. Patient
    b. Practitioner
    c. Supervisor
    d. Intern
    • b. 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:
    A. Spontaneous Sweating
    B. Tidal Sweating
    C. Night Sweating
    D. No sweating
    C. Night Sweating
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  5. While inquiring in clinic, "permanent chills" means:
    A. Excessive Cold
    B. Intolerance of Cold
    C. No Cold
    D. Aversion to Cold
    B. Intolerance of Cold
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  6. When Inquiring in clinic, High Fever Without Chills means:
    A. Malaria
    B. Internal Excessive Heat Syndrome
    C. Internal Deficient Heat Syndrome
    D. External Heat Syndrome
    B. Internal Excessive Heat Syndrome
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  7. The Sx of Aversion to Cold with Fever usually indicate:
    A. Deficiency Cold Patterns
    B. Excess Heat Patterns
    C. Internal Disorders
    D. External Syndromes
    D. External Syndromes
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  8. Pt c/o "perspires a lot and easily, every day; physical labor may cause condition to worsen." This Sx could be described as:
    A. Night Sweating
    B. Profuse Sweating
    C. Spontaneous Sweating
    D. Dripping Sweat
    C. Spontaneous Sweating
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  9. Differentiating Pain in general should concern:
    A. The accompanying Sx
    B. Channels Obstruction
    C. Exterior Attacking and Interior Damaging
    D. Property, Duration, and Location
    D. Property, Duration, and Location
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  10. Pain in general is classified as:
    A. Cold Pattern and Heat Pattern
    B. External Pattern and Internal Pattern
    C. Excess Pattern and Deficiency Pattern
    D. Yin Pattern and Yang Pattern
    C. Excess Pattern and Deficiency Pattern

    Pain always Excess or Deficiency.
    Pain helped by Pressure=Deficiency
    Pain worse with Pressure=Excess
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  11. Pt c/o of "stabing pain on chest." You may consider the pain to be:
    A. Qi Stagnation in Chest
    B. Dampness Accumulated in Chest
    C. Blood Stasis in Chest
    D.Cold Congealed in Chest
    C. Blood Stasis in Chest
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  12. Vague Pain alleviated with pressure usually indicates:
    A. Internal Disorders
    B. Deficiency
    C. External Disorders
    D. Excess
    B. Deficiency
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  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
    B. Yang Ming H/A
    C. Jue Yin H/a
    D. Shao Yang H/A
    A. Tai Yang H/A
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  14. Pt c/o "swelling knee joints" and fixed pain with heaviness feeling on the body. You consider the pain related to:
    A. Qi Stagnation
    B. Dampness Accumulation
    C. Blood Stasis
    D. Wind-Heat Invading
    B. Dampness Accumulation
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  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:
    A. Stubbing Pain
    B. Wandering Pain
    C. Distending Pain
    D. Vague Pain
    D. Vague Pain
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  16. Sudden onset of epigastrium cold pain alleviated by warming indicates:
    A. Flamming up of Stomach Fire
    B. Cold in Stomach
    C. Blood Stasis in Gastric Collaterals
    D. Stomach Yin Deficiency
    B. Cold in Stomach
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  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:
    A. Food Retention in Stomach
    B. Spleen Yang Deficiency
    C. Parasitic Infestation
    D. Liver Qi Stagnation
    B. Spleen Yang Deficiency
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  18. Wandering, distending pain at hyponchondriac region with irritability and restlessness, are generally due to:
    A. Accumulation of virulent Heat in Liver or Liver Abscess
    B. Stagnation of Damp-Heat in Liver-Gallbladder
    C. Stagnation of Liver Qi
    D. Liver Heat
    C. Stagnation of Liver Qi
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  19. Vague pain and weakness of the waist, aggravated in the afternoon, signify:
    A. Lower Back Injury
    B. Cold Dampness
    C. Kidney Deficiency
    D. Liver Qi hyperactivity
    C. Kidney Deficiency
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  20. Gradual onset of deafness in protracted illness or old patients generally signifies:
    A. Deficiency of Heart
    B. Deficiency of Spleen
    C. Deficiency of Liver
    D. Deficiency of Kidney
    D. Deficiency of Kidney
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  21. Sudden onset of high tone tinnitus usually indicates:
    A. Hyperactive Liver Yang
    B. Kidney Yin Deficiency
    C. Phlegm Dampness Accumulation
    D. Wind Heat Attack
    A. Hyperactive Liver Yang
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TCMDx
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TCM Diagnosis Quiz 1
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