TCM Diagnosis Quiz 2

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  1. General Inspection covers Vitality, Complexion, Body Physique, Posture and
    A. Shen of the Body
    B. Qi and Essence of the Body
    C. Movements of the Body
    D. Consciousness
    C. Movements of the Body
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  2. Absence of Vitality indicated that Essence & Qi of Internal Organs have been impaired during the course of an illness;
    A. It indicates that the patient has opportunity for good prognosis.
    B. It means that the patient is in a complicated condition.
    C. It is usually seen in severe cases.
    D. It manifests the patient is in a stage that Righteous Qi is fighting with Pathogens.
    C. It is usually seen in severe cases.
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  3. Ten Essentials of Inspection of Complexion "Fu (Superficial)" manifests shallow looking indicates?
    A. The Internal Organ disorders.
    B. The External Pathogen invading.
    C. Deficiency Pattern.
    D. Yin Pattern.
    B. The External Pathogen invading.
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  4. Ten Abnormal colorations of complexion:
    • 1. Fu (Superficial)
    • 2. Chen (Deep)
    • 3. Qing (Clear)
    • 4. Zhuo (Pigmented)
    • 5. Wei (Light)
    • 6. Shen (Dark)
    • 7. San (Dispersing)
    • 8. Tuan (Concentrated)
    • 9. Ze (Bright)
    • 10. Yao (Dull)
  5. People in the shape of skinny are generally indicating they are...
    A. Deficient in Yin or Essence.
    B. Deficient in Kidney and Congenital Qi.
    C. Deficient is Essence and Qi.
    D. Deficient in Spleen and Stomach.
    A. Deficient in Yin or Essence.
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  6. Involuntary Head Shaking generally signifies...
    A. A disorder caused by Kidney Essence Deficiency.
    B. A disorder caused by Liver Yin Deficiency with Wind stirring up.
    C. A disorder caused by Spleen Yang Deficiency with Phlegm Obstruction.
    D. A disorder caused by Wind, or by empty collaterals of both Qi and Blood.
    D. A disorder caused by Wind, or by empty collaterals of both Qi and Blood.
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  7. Deviation of the eye and mouth generally signifies...
    A. Collaterals are lacking nourishment caused by Liver and Kidney Yin Deficiency.
    B. Collaterals are blocked by Damp-Heat.
    C. Collaterals are empty, caused by Qi and Blood Deficiency.
    D. Collaterals are blocked by Wind-Phlegm.
    D. Collaterals are blocked by Wind-Phlegm.
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  8. From Inspection of Patient's Hair, you may get the impression of Sufficient Qi, Blood, & Essence by...
    A. Alopecia or Areata
    B. Thin, Sparse hair, and the liability of its falling out.
    C. Thick, Sleek, and Glossy hair.
    D. Dry, Sparse, or Withered hair.
    C. Thick, Sleek, and Glossy hair.
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  9. Fu(Superficial)
    Looks Shallow
    Exterior condition
  10. Chen(Deep)
    Appears Deep
    Interior pattern
  11. Qing(Clear)
    Looks Clear and smooth
    Yang pattern
  12. Zhuo(Pigmented)
    Appears Dusky and haggard
    Yin pattern
  13. To inspect the eye, seeing redness occuring at the White of the Eye- this signifies...
    A. Liver Heat.
    B. Stomach Heat.
    C. Lung Heat.
    D. Heart Heat.
    C. Lung Heat.
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  14. The mouth is the opening of Spleen and flourishes at the lips; the color of pale lips signify...
    A. Heat Syndrome.
    B. Stagnation of Blood circulation.
    C. Exuberance of Heat and the depletion of Yin.
    D. Deficiency of both Qi and Blood.
    D. Deficiency of both Qi and Blood.
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  15. Cyanotic lips and nails suggest...
    A. Stagnation of Qi and Blood.
    B. Heat in Spleen and Liver.
    C. Deficiency of Qi and Blood.
    D. Cold in Spleen and Liver.
    A. Stagnation of Qi and Blood.
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  16. Inspection of Superficial Venules of the Index Finger (SVIF) is suitable for children under 3 years. When the venule appears between the Gate of Wind and Qi, that manifests the pathogenic relevance are in...
    A. Superficial of body and the clinic estimation is mild, exterior.
    B. Channels and Vessels and the clinic estimation is severe, interior.
    C. Internal Organs and the clinic estimation is severe, poor prognosis.
    d. None of the above.
    A. Superficial of body and the clinic estimation is mild, exterior.
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  17. Inspection of the SVIF to distinguish the colors, the thick and thin, the deepness and lightness, the superficial and evident, the luster and the shapes, can get a clue for children's diagnosis. If you find the child's SVIF Thickening, Superficial, and Bright Red color appearing between the Gate of Wind and Qi, this indicates...
    A. Exterior Wind-Heat at Superficials of the body, and may be into the Qi level.
    B. Excess Heat Syndrome that involves Interior Organs.
    C. Interior Heat Syndrome with the possibility of convulsion.
    D. Wind-Heat invading the superficial of the body causing severe pain.
    A. Exterior Wind-Heat at Superficials of the body, and may be into the Qi level.
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  18. Blue SPIF indicates...
    A. Wind or Pain.
    B. Exterior Syndrome.
    C. Interior Heat Syndrome.
    D. Blockage of Blood circulation.
    A. Wind or Pain.
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  19. The tongue inspection includes Vitality, Color, Shape and...
    A. Property.
    B. Thick and Thin.
    C. Luster.
    D. Motility.
    D. Motility.
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  20. To figure out the distribution of Internal Organs on lingual surface of tongue; which is the correct concept?
    A. The first 1/3 tip of tongue belongs to Heart.
    B. The first 1/3 tip of tongue belongs to Lung.
    C. The first 1/3 tip of tongue belongs to Heart and Pericardium.
    D. The first 1/3 tip of tongue belongs to Heart and Lung.
    D. The first 1/3 tip of tongue belongs to Heart and Lung.
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  21. The tongue is the color of light red, with thin, white and moist coating covered on the surface; the tongue can move voluntarily; this indicates...
    A. A Mild Pattern.
    B. A normal tongue.
    C. An abnormal tongue.
    D. An Internal disorder.
    B. A normal tongue.
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  22. A red tongue generally indicates...
    A. Damp-Heat Accumulation.
    B. Yin Deficiency.
    C. Heat Syndrome.
    D. Cold Syndrome.
    C. Heat Syndrome.
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  23. A dark red tongue, with dry and yellow coating indicates...
    A. Cold constringed.
    B. Blood Stasis.
    C. Yin Syndrome.
    D. Long-detained Heat.
    D. Long-detained Heat.
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  24. Appearance of a tender, light colored tongue indicates...
    A. Fluid depleted.
    B. Apolexy.
    C. Deficiency Syndrome.
    D. Excess Syndrome.
    C. Deficiency Syndrome.
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