CAP I Quiz 1 Review

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  1. What are the symptoms that differentiate Exterior from Interior Syndrome?
    • Exterior: Fever /w aversion
    • Interior: Fever or aversion
  2. What are the symptoms that differentiate Wind Cold from Wind Heat?
    • Wind-Cold: No sweat, Tai Yang headache, dilute white sputum, white coating, tense pulse
    • Wind-Heat: Sweat, Yang Ming headache, yellow sticky sputum, yellow coating, rapid pulse
  3. Which acupoints Dispel Wind / contain Wind in their name?
    • DU-16: Palace of Wind (Feng Fu)
    • GB-20: Wind Pool (Feng Chi)
    • BL-12: Wind Gate (Feng Men)
  4. Which points Disperse the Lung and Release the Exterior?
    • LU-7 & LI-4
    • Reducing /w moxa
  5. What is the needling direction of GB-20?
    • Toward the opposite inner canthus
    • Toward tip of nose
    • Toward the mouth
  6. What is the needling direction of GB-20 when used to relieve occipital headache and nasal obstruction due to wind-cold attack?
    Oblique towards nose & mouth /w moxa
  7. What is the best point for reducing body temperature?
    DU-14
  8. What is the best point for sore throat?
    LU-10
  9. What is the best points in the prevention of influenza?
    • BL-12
    • ST-36
    • /w moxa
  10. Which Zang organs are related to chronic cough?
    • LU
    • SP
    • LR (KI)
  11. What is the needle technique of CV-22 for severe cough with productive sputum?
    • Tap needle in first at 45°
    • Curve and go in
  12. What is the key point regarding the TCM pathogenesis of asthma?
    • Constitutional tendency of phelgm
    • due to climate, diet, emotions, overstrain
  13. What does the term Xiao Chuan mean?
    • Xiao - wheezing
    • Chuan - dyspnea
  14. Which Zang organs are related to Asthma?
    • LU
    • SP
    • KI (more for dyspnea)
  15. If a patient cannot lie flat on their back to sleep at night (requiring many pillows), then it is a sign of what?
    Kidney Deficiency
  16. What is the best point for asthma especially for relieving wheezing?
    Ding Chuan (.5 cun lateral to DU-14)
  17. What is the importance of CV-17 in treating asthma?
    • Hui-Meeting point of Qi
    • Point of Sea of Qi
  18. What point to treat persistent asthma?
    DU-12 (send to hospital immediately)
  19. What Auricular point for treating asthma?
    • Apex of Antitragus (Ping Chuan)
    • Adrenal
    • Trachea
    • Subcortex
    • Sympathetic
  20. In Modern Research of Asthma, which point was found to improve lung function by affecting the level of plasma cAMP and hydrocortisone?
    LU-10
  21. What are the main symptoms associated with Upper Respiratory Infection related to internal excessive syndrome in TCM?
    • High Fever
    • Chest Pain
    • Constipation
  22. Which points, with the use of the bleeding method, treat LU Heat?
    DU-13, 14
  23. Using the theory of combining Yuan-Source with Luo-Connecting points, which point are used to treat LU Heat?
    LU-9 & LI-6
  24. What is the Chinese term for Allergic Rhinitis?
    • Bi Jiu
    • *Bi Yuan - polyps / chronic inflammation
  25. What is TCM Etiology of Allergic Rhinitis?
    LU Qi↓ → Wei Qi↓ → Wind-Cold invasion → fluid retention
  26. What are the common patterns of Allergic Rhinitis?
    • LU Qi Def w/ Wind-Cold affection
    • Heat Retention in the LU & ST meridians
  27. Which points are commonly used to treat nasal problems?
    • DU-23
    • LI-20
    • Bi Tong
  28. What is an easy way to locate DU-23 (esp. in the case of patients with unusual or receding hair lines)?
    Midpoint of Yin Tang & DU-20
  29. What is the needle technique of LI-20 & Bi Tong?
    • Through-needle starting at LI-20
    • 30° towards the nose
  30. What are Auricular points for the treatment of allergy?
    • Inner Nose (for post nasal drip)
    • Shen Men
    • Endocrine
    • Lung
    • Wind Stream (a.k.a. Allergic)
    • Spleen
  31. What is the TCM Pathogenesis of Pulmonary Tuberculosis?
    • Water Exhaustion, Earth Impairment, Metal Erosion
    • 水枯土崩金蝕
  32. What is the TCM pathogenesis of Bronchiectasis?
    • A deficiency complicated by excessive syndrome
    • Lung Qi↓ w/ EPF Phlegm
  33. What is the point to treat Bronchiectasis?
    LU-5
  34. How do you determine whether Aphonia is "Metal Fullness" (金實無聲) or "Metal Broken" (金碎不鳴)
    • Metal Fullness - Excess - due to EPF / emotional, short duration
    • Metal Broken - Deficiency - due to Yin Def / overstrain of vocal cords, long duration
  35. What are the patterns for "Metal Fullness" (金實無聲)?
    • Wind-Cold restriction and Lung's inability to disperse
    • Phlegm-Heat in the LU
    • Qi Stagnation
  36. What is the pattern for "Metal Broken" (金碎不鳴)?
    LU & KI Def
  37. What is the needle technique of SI-17 for the treatment of Aphonia?
    • 45° towards tongue root
    • *especially for tonsillitis / laryngitis
  38. What are the most important points for Acute Respiratory Failure?
    DU-25, 26

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