Pulses

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Pulses
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2013-07-04 22:20:20
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PCOM Pulses FMC3
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Pulse Tongue Inquirry
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  1. Floating, Thin, Weak = ?
    Pathology:
    • Soggy/Ru Mai
    • Yin/Yang Separation, External Invasion, Damp, Summerheat
  2. Floating, Wide, Weak =?
    Pathology:
    • Vacuous/Xu Mai
    • yin/yang seperation
  3. Floating, Thin, Very Weak = ?
    Pathology:
    • Scattered
    • Severe yin/yang seperation
  4. Floating, Wide, Strong (Occludes) =?
    Pathology:
    • Surging
    • EPI (Heat) progressing to Yin Xu
  5. Floating, Wide, Wiry
    Pathology:
    • Scallion Stalk
    • Bld Xu, Yin Xu
  6. Floating, Wide, Hard/Strong
    Pathology:
    • Drumskin
    • Lv Yang Raising
  7. Deep, Wide, Strong =?
    Pathology:
    • Confined
    • Internal Excess, Interior Cold
  8. Deep, Thin, Weak = ?
    Pathology:
    • Frail
    • Yang Xu, Qi Xu/Xue Xu
  9. Very Deep, Thin, Very Weak=?
    Pathology:
    • Hidden
    • Severe Yang xu, Qi/Bld Xu
  10. Wide, Strong
    Pathology:
    • Excess
    • 4 Bigs, Pain or Cold
  11. Wide, Weak, "Unofficial Soggy"
    Pathology:
    • Large/Da Mai
    • Sp-Qi Xu + Damp
  12. Thin, Weak
    Pathology:
    • Fine
    • Bld Xu, Yin Xu, Qi Xu
  13. Thin, Very Weak
    Pathology:
    • Faint
    • Bld Xu, Yin Xu, Qi Xu
  14. Less than 60 BPM
    Pathology:
    • Slow
    • Cold, Xu (Yang, bld, qi), Ht Cold or Ht-Bld Xu
  15. 60 BPM
    Pathology:
    • Moderate
    • None
  16. Greater than 90 BPM
    Pathology
    • Rapid
    • Heat, Yin Xu
  17. Greater than 120 BPM
    Pathology:
    • Racing
    • Heat, Yin Xu
  18. Wiry Pulse
    Qi Stagnation
  19. Choppy
    Bld Stasis
  20. Tight
    Cold, Pain
  21. Slippery
    Damp, Food Stagnation, Food Accumulation, Damp Heat
  22. Slow, Irregularly irregular 
    Pathology
    • Bound
    • Ht-Yang Xu, Yin Xu, Ht-Qi/Bld Xu
  23. Fast, Irregularly Irregular
    Pathology:
    • Skipping
    • Heat + Heart Condition
  24. Slow, Irregularly Regular
    Pathology:
    • Interrupter
    • HT-Yang Xu, Yin Xu, Ht-Qi/Bld Xu, Heart Condition
  25. TCMROOTED
    • Thickness
    • Color
    • Moisture
    • Root
    • Turbidity
  26. TCM Will Heal The Shen
    • Thickness
    • Color
    • Movement
    • Hue
    • Texture
    • Shape
  27. Pathology: Too Thick Coat
    Excess - EPI or IPI
  28. Pathology: Too Thin Coat
    Deficiency: Bld/Yin
  29. Pathology: White Coat
    • Normal OR
    • Cold/Cold-Damn/Damp/Phlegm
  30. Pathology: Yellow Coat
    • Excess Heat - EPI or IPI
    • False Heat - Deficiency of Yin
  31. Pathology: Grey Coat
    Long term excess / Pathology
  32. Pathology: Black Coat
    Kidney Pathology
  33. Pathology: Brown Coat
    Constipation
  34. Pathology: Coat too Moist
    Pathology of Fluid Dynamic
  35. Pathology: Coat too Dry
    Bld Xu, Jin-ye Xu, Yin Xu, Dryness
  36. Pathology: Bowler like coat
    • Rooted
    • No Pathology
  37. Pathology: Sombrero-like coat
    • Unrooted
    • Sp-Qi/Yang Xu, Possible damp
  38. Pathology: Turbid Coat
    • Thick + slimy + Opaque
    • Toxic Heat, Phlegm, Phlegm-Heat, Damp-heat, Food stagnation
  39. Pathology: Translucent Coat
    Normal
  40. Pathology: Pealed Coat
    Heat starting to damage yin
  41. Pathology: Geographic coat
    • Long term damp-heat damages Yin
    • Possible Autoimmune disease
  42. Pathology: Mirror Coat
    Presentation:
    • Path: Acute heat invasion to the ying or blood level
    • Presentation: No coat, Moist and glossy appearace
  43. Pathology: tongue too Thick
    • EPI invading the interior
    • Internal Dampness
    • Internal Qi Stasis
  44. Pathology: Tongue too thick in certain areas
    Excess in certain Jiaos
  45. Pathology: Tongue too wide
    Excess pathology
  46. Pathology: Tongue too narrow
    Deficiency Bld/Yin
  47. Pathology: Tongue too Thin
    • Bld Deficiency (Pale tongue)
    • Yin Deficiency (Red tongue)
  48. Pathology: Red Color tongue
    • Excess heat (EPI or IPI)
    • Def. Heat
  49. Pathology: Blue Color Tongue
    • Excess cold (EPI or IPI)
    • Def. Yang
  50. Pathology: Purple Color tongue
    Bld Stasis or Qi stagnation
  51. Pathology: Orange Color Tongue
    • Lv-Bld Xu + Heat
    • Manifestation: in the lateral aspect of tongue
    • Patholomech: Lv-Bld Xu leading to Qi Stag to Heat
  52. Pathology: Crimson (Deep Red) Color tongue
    • Extreme heat /w Yin Def.
    • Pathomech: Ying/Bld level pathogen
  53. Pathology: Pale Hue tongue
    Generally Deficient
  54. Pathology: Dusky Hue Tongue
    Generally Excess
  55. Pathology: Blue + Pale tongue
    Def. Yang or Qi
  56. Pathology: Blue + Dusky tongue
    Excess cold or cold-phlegm
  57. Pathology: Purple + Pale tongue
    Bld/Qi stagnation + Bld/Qi Deficiency
  58. Pathology: Purple + Dusky Tongue
    Bld/Qi Stagnation
  59. Pathology: Red + Pale tongue
    • Less heat or Def. Heat or
    • Heat + Qi Def.
  60. Pathology: RED + Dusky tongue
    Heat/Fire
  61. Pathology: Tongue movement with tremor, deviation or can't fully extend
    Internal Wind
  62. Pathology: (Movement) Flaccid Tongue
    • Extreme deficiency
    • OR
    • Internal Wind leading to stroke to Wilting
  63. Pathology:Tongue texture with Priggles
    Manifestation:
    • Heat or Heat in the upper Jiao
    • Manifestation: Pointy or Red
  64. Pathology: Tongue texture with Macue
    Manifestation:
    • Bld Stasis
    • Manifestation: raw, less pointy than Priggles
  65. Pathology: Tongue texture with deep horrizontal cracks all over the tonue
    Yin Def. Cracks
  66. Pathology: Tongue texture with light horizontal cracks along the edge/lateral aspect of tongue.
    Light Cracks due to Lv Pathology/Lv-Bld Xu
  67. Pathology: Tongue texture with light horizontal cracks over the middle of the tonge
    Light Cracks due to Sp-Qi Xu
  68. Pathology: tongue texture with Long center crack
    Ht/Shen Pathology
  69. Pathology: Tongue texture with short center crack
    ST/Esophagus Pathology ESP Heat
  70. Pathology: Tongue shape with swollen center
    Excess or Damp or Qi Stag of Sp/St/Middle Jiao
  71. Pathology: Tongue shape with Sunken Center
    Sp-Qi def.
  72. Pathology: Tongue shape with Swollen sides
    Lv/GB qi Stag leading to Heat
  73. Pathology: Tongue shape resembling Spare Tire
    Lv/GB Qi Stag leading to Heat
  74. Pathology: Tongue shape with swollen tip
    HT-Heat, HT-Fire or HT-Bld stasis
  75. Pathology: Tongue shape with Smooth Scallops
    • Damp or Sp-Qi Def.
    • OR
    • Damp -> Sp-Qi Def.
    • OR
    • Sp-Qi Def -> Bld-Def.
  76. Pathology: Tongue shape with "Rough" Jagged Scallops
    Lv-qi Stagnation -> Heat
  77. Pathology: Tongue shape with both Smooth and Rough Scallops
    • Lv-Qi Stag -> Heat (Rough Scallops)
    • Lv-Qi Stag -> Sp-qi Def -> damp (Smooth)
  78. Pathology: Tongue shape with ANY changes to the tip
    Ht/Shen Pathology
  79. Pathology: Wide sublingual veins
    • All Excess
    • Bld/Qi Stag
  80. Pathology: Thin sublingual weins
    • Bld/Yin Xu
    • Qi/Bld Xu
  81. Pathology: Purple Sublingual veins
    Stagnation
  82. Pathology: Blue sublingual veins
    Cold
  83. Pathology: Distended sublingual veins
    Qi Stag
  84. Pathology: Pale sublingual veins
    General Deficiency
  85. Pathology: Dusky sublingual veins
    General Excess
  86. Mnemonic: SOAPE NOPE
    • Subjective
    • Objective
    • Assessment
    • (TX) Principle
    • Etiology
    • Plan
  87. Mnemonic: PQRST
    • Palliative/Provocative
    • quality/quantity
    • Region/Radiation
    • Severity on scale of 1-10
    • Timing/History

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