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  1. ´╗┐Which syndrome is characterised by floating pulse, headache, stiff neck, and a feeling of chill?
    Tai Yang Syndrome
  2. Which syndrome is characterised by bitterness in the mouth, a parched throat and vertigo, alternating aversion to cold and fever, chest and rib side fullness, taciturnity with no desire to eat or drink, heart vexation, and a thin and wiry pulse?
    Shao Yang Syndrome
  3. Which syndrome is characterised by aversion to heat, fever, spontaneous sweating, thirst with desire to drink, abdominal fullness, distention, pain, inability to defecate, delirious speech, and yellowing?
    Yang Ming Syndrome
  4. What is the main pathogenesis for Tai Yang syndrome?
    Evil invades the exterior
  5. What is the main pathogenesis for Shao Yang syndrome?
    Evil shifts out of Tai Yang and into Shao Yang
  6. What is the main pathogenesis of Yang Ming syndrome?
    Stomach excess
  7. Which syndrome is characterised by abdominal fullness with periodic pain, inability to get food down, yellowing, diarrhea, vomiting, and a moderate and weak pulse?
    Tai Yin Syndrome
  8. What type of pulse would you find in Tai Yin Syndrome?
    moderate and weak
  9. What is the main pathogenesis for Tai Yin Syndrome?
    Spleen yang deficiency with dampness
  10. Which syndrome is characterised by absence of heat and aversion to cold, reversal cold of the limbs, clear-food diarrhea, a feeble and weak pulse and a tendency for the patient to fall asleep?
    Shao Yin Syndrome
  11. What is the main pathogenesis for Shao Yin syndrome?
    KI and HT yang or yin deficiency
  12. What is the key manifestation for identifying Shao Yin syndrome?
    Tendency for the patient to fall asleep
  13. True or False:
    Clear food diarrhea is a manifestation of Shao Yin syndrome.
  14. What type of pulse would you find with Shao Yin syndrome?
    feeble and weak
  15. What type of pulse would you find in Shao Yang syndrome?
    thin and wiry
  16. Which syndrome is characterised by thirst, qi surging up to the heart, pain and vexation in the heart, hunger with no desire to eat, vomiting of roundworms, and great thirst with frequent urination.
    Jue Yin Syndrome
  17. What is the main pathogenesis for Jue Yin syndrome?
    cold and heat complex
  18. What are the three classifications of Tai Yang Syndrome?
    wind strike, shan han, and wen bing
  19. Which classification of disease is characterised by fever and sweating, aversion to wind, and moderate pulse?
    Tai yang Wind Strike
  20. What is the main pathogenesis for Tai Yang wind strike?
    Exterior deficiency
  21. What classification of disease is characterised by presence or absence of fever, aversion to cold with aching pain, retching counterflow, and tight pulse (left and right, or yin and yang side)?
    Tai yang Shan Han
  22. What is the main pathogenesis for Tai Yang Shan Han?
    Exterior excess
  23. What classification of disease is characterised by fever and thirst, and without aversion to cold?
    Tai yang Wen Bing

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