Formula Mod.txt

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  1. 6) A patient presents with chronic cough with sparse sputum that is difficult to expectorate. They have shortness of breath, spontaneous sweating, and a dry mouth and tongue. They have a pale, red tongue with a dry, thin coating and a deficient, rapid pulse. How would you modify the best formula for them if they also had profuse sweating with dark, scanty and difficult urination?

    A) Add Huang Qi and Dang Gui
    B) Take with Liu Wei Di Huang Wan
    C) Add Wu Wei Zi
    D) Add Mu Tong and Ze Xie
    A) Add Huang Qi and Dang Gui
  2. 70) A patient presents with coughing with slight chills and fever. They also have an itchy throat. How would you modify this formula if they also have copious sputum, reduced appetite, stifling sensation in the chest and a white, greasy tongue coating?

    A) Add Gua Lou, Bei Mu, Zhi Mu, and Bai Zi Ren
    B) Add Ju Hua, Sang Ye, Bo He, Huang Qin, and Niu Bang Zi
    C) Add Ban Xia, Fu Ling, Sang Bai Pi, Sheng Jiang, and Da Zao
    D) Add Ban Xia, Ju Hong, Fu Ling, and Zhi Gan Cao
    D) Add Ban Xia, Ju Hong, Fu Ling, and Zhi Gan Cao
  3. 11) A patient presents with diarrhea with watery stool, nausea and vomiting, and abdominal pain. They do not have any particular thirst and they have no appetite. Their tongue is pale with a white coating and their pulse is submerged and thin. You give them a formula. They come back the following week, the formula helped a little bit but now they have vomiting immediately after eating, an indeterminate gnawing hunger, and acid regurgitation. Their tongue is not red but has a white, slippery coating. Their pulse is thin and slow. You change their formula. What herb do both of the formulas that you gave them in common?

    A) Zhi Gan Cao
    B) Ren Shen
    C) Sheng Jiang
    D) Da Zao
    B) Ren Shen
  4. 43) A patient presents with fever and chills (chills predominant), headache, generalized body aches, and wheezing. Their tongue has a thin, white coating and their pulse is superficial and tense. How do you modify this formula if they also have wheezing, a sensation of tightness in the chest and coughing of white, watery sputum?

    A) Add Tian Hua Fen and She Gan
    B) Reduce the dosage of Gui Zhi by half
    C) Add Su Zi and Chen Pi
    D) Add Shi Gao
    C) Add Su Zi and Chen Pi
  5. 10) A patient presents with fever and chills unrelieved by sweating. They have a headache, aversion to wind, a stiff neck, nasal congestion, dry heaves, and no particular thirst. They have a thin, white moist coating, and
    a floating pulse that is either moderate or frail. How would you modify the formula that is best for them if they also have shortness of breath and rough breathing?


    A) Add Chen Pi and Hou Po
    B) Add Huang Qi and Fang Feng
    C) Add Hou Po and Xing Ren
    D) Add Ju Hua and Chan Tui
    C) Add Hou Po and Xing Ren
  6. 68) A patient presents with reduced appetite, nausea and vomiting, sensation of fullness in the chest and hypochondria that is often experienced as difficulty in taking deep breaths), irritability, dizziness, sour taste in the mouth, dry throat, and alternating fever and chills. Their tongue also has a thin, white coating and their pulse is string-taut. How would you modify the formula that would be the best for them if they also presented with abdominal pain?

    A) Add Ju Hua, Gou Teng, and Jue Ming Zi
    B) Increase the dosage of Zhi Gan Cao and add Bai Shao
    C) Omit Huang Qin and add Bai Shao
    D) Omit Ban Xia and add Tian Hua Fen
    C) Omit Huang Qin and add Bai Shao
  7. 73) How do you modify Bai Hu Tang for concurrent stomach qi deficiency?

    A) Add Dang Gui and Hong Hua
    B) Substitute Shan Yao for non-glutinous rice
    C) Add Man Jing Zi and Bai Ji Li
    D) Add Wu Wei Zi and Gan Jiang
    B) Substitute Shan Yao for non-glutinous rice
  8. 71) How do you modify Ban Xia Xie Xin Tang for damp-heat aggregating in the middle burner with vomiting and focal distention?

    A) Omit Ren Shen, Gan Jiang, Da Zao, and Zhi Gan Cao and add Zhi Shi and Sheng Jiang
    B) Increase the dosage of Zhi Gan Cao and add Bai Shao
    C) Omit Huang Qin and Xiang Fu and add Di Gu Pi and Shu Di Huang
    D) Add Jin Yin Hua, Lian Qiao, Pu Gong Yin, and Ju Hua
    A) Omit Ren Shen, Gan Jiang, Da Zao, and Zhi Gan Cao and add Zhi Shi and Sheng Jiang
  9. 76) How do you modify Bu Zhong Yi Qi Tang for abdominal pain?

    A) Add Huang Qi and Dang Gui
    B) Omit Mai Men Dong and Mu Dan Pi, add Xiao Hui Xiang and Ai Ye and substitute Gui Zhi for Rou Gui
    C) Increase the dosage of Zhi Gan Cao and add Bai Shao
    D) Add Man Jing Zi and Bai Ji Li
    C) Increase the dosage of Zhi Gan Cao and add Bai Shao
  10. 67) How do you modify Chai Ge Jie Ji Tang for severe chills without sweating during the summer and fall?

    A) Substitute Zi Su Ye for Huang Qin
    B) Substitute Ma Huang for Huang Qin
    C) Add Wu Wei Zi and Gan Jiang
    D) Add Xing Ren, Pi Pa Ye, and Kuan Dong Hua
    A) Substitute Zi Su Ye for Huang Qin
  11. 100) How do you modify Gan Mai Da Zao Tang for irritability with heat in the chest and other signs of more severe Heart Yin deficiency?

    A) Add Bai He and Bai Zi Ren
    B) Add Man Jing Zi
    C) Add Chai Hu, Yu Jin, Xiang Fu, and Qing Pi
    D) Add Wu Wei Zi and Gan Jiang
    A) Add Bai He and Bai Zi Ren
  12. 22) How do you modify Gu Jing Wan for more severe Yin deficiency characterized by menstruation that lingers on with scanty, red blood, malar flush, hot palms and soles, dry throat and mouth, a red tongue with little coating, and a thin, fast pulse?

    A) Add Xing Ren, Pi Pa Ye, and Kuan Dong Hua
    B) Add Qiang Huo and Chuang Xiong
    C) Add Wu Wei Zi and Gan Jiang
    D) Omit Huang Qin and Xiang Fu and add Di Gu Pi and Shu Di Huang
    D) Omit Huang Qin and Xiang Fu and add Di Gu Pi and Shu Di Huang
  13. 32) How do you modify Gui Zhi Fu Ling Wan for more severe blood stasis?

    A) Add Man Jing Zi and Bai Ji Li
    B) Add Dang Gui and Hong Hua
    C) Add Da Huang
    D) Increase the dosage of Zhi Gan Cao and add Bai Shao
    C) Add Da Huang
  14. 54) How do you modify Gui Zhi Tang for marked nasal congestion with sneezing?

    A) Add Chai Hu, Yu Jin, Xiang Fu, and Qing Pi
    B) Add Fang Feng and Xin Yi Hua
    C) Substitute Rou Gui for Gui Zhi
    D) Add Huang Qi, Dang Shen, and Sheng Ma
    B) Add Fang Feng and Xin Yi Hua
  15. 58) How do you modify Ju Pi Zhu Ru Tang for Yin deficiency with thirst, a red tongue with a scanty, dry coating, and a thin, rapid pulse?

    A) Add Wu Wei Zi and Gan Jiang
    B) Add Xing Ren, Pi Pa Ye, and Kuan Dong Hua
    C) Add Qiang Huo and Chuang Xiong
    D) Add Mai Men Dong, Shi Hu, and Lu Gen
    D) Add Mai Men Dong, Shi Hu, and Lu Gen
  16. 66) How do you modify Ma Xing Shi Gan Tang for stubborn asthma?

    A) Add Da Huang
    B) Add Ban Xia, Gua Lou, Chen Pi, Zhi Shi, and Sheng Jiang
    C) Add Man Jing Zi and Bai Ji Li
    D) Increase the dosage of Zhi Gan Cao and add Bai Shao
    B) Add Ban Xia, Gua Lou, Chen Pi, Zhi Shi, and Sheng Jiang
  17. 94) How do you modify Si Wu Tang for restless fetus disorder with continuous bleeding from the vagina?

    A) Substitute Rou Gui for Gui Zhi
    B) Add Ai Ye and E Jiao
    C) Add Dang Gui and Hong Hua
    D) Add Chai Hu, Yu Jin, Xiang Fu, and Qing Pi
    B) Add Ai Ye and E Jiao
  18. 80) How do you modify Suan Zao Ren Tang for deficient Heart and Gallbladder Qi manifesting as dream-disturbed sleep, waking up at night terrified, palpitations, a pale tongue body, and a wiry, thin pulse?

    A) Substitute Rou Gui for Gui Zhi
    B) Add Dang Shen and Long Gu
    C) Add Huang Qi, Dang Shen, and Sheng Ma
    D) Add Chai Hu, Yu Jin, Xiang Fu, and Qing Pi
    B) Add Dang Shen and Long Gu
  19. 92) How do you modify the formula that is for fever and chills unrelieved by sweating, headache, aversion to wind, stiff neck, nasal congestion, dry heaves, and no particular thirst along with having a thin, white, and moist tongue coating and a superficial pulse that is either moderate or weak for shortness of breath and rough breathing?

    A) Add Fang Feng and Xin Yi Huan
    B) Add Hou Po and Xing Ren
    C) Add Ju Hua and Chan Tui
    D) Increase the dosage of Bai Shao and reduce by one-third: Gui Zhi, Sheng Jiang, and Zhi Gan Cao. Also add Huang Qi and Fang Feng
    B) Add Hou Po and Xing Ren
  20. 21) How do you modify the formula that is for pain in the hypochondria, headache, dizziness, red and sore eyes, hearing loss, swelling in the ears, bitter taste in the mouth, irritability, and short temper along with a string-taut, rapid and forceful pulse and a red tongue with a yellow coating for tremors?

    A) Add Di Gu Pi and Bai Wei
    B) Add Ju Hua and Sang Ye
    C) Add Gou Teng and Chuan Bei Mu
    D) Add Dan Pi and Ce Bai Ye
    C) Add Gou Teng and Chuan Bei Mu
  21. 58) How do you modify the formula that is indicated for coughing and itchy throat and a thin, white tongue coating and a moderate, superficial pulse if there is also thick, sticky sputum from dampness transforming into phlegm?

    A) Add Ju Hua, Sang Ye, Bo He, Huang Qin, and Niu Bang Zi
    B) Add Ban Xia, Fu Ling, Sang Bai Pi, Sheng Jiang, and Da Zao
    C) Add Fang Feng, Zi Su Ye, and Sheng Jiang
    D) Omit Jing Jie, Chen Pi, and add Gua Lou, Bei Mu, ZHi Mu, Bai Zi Ren
    B) Add Ban Xia, Fu Ling, Sang Bai Pi, Sheng Jiang, and Da Zao
  22. 62) How do you modify the formula that is indicated for cough with deep-seated sputum that is difficult to expectorate, wheezing, and a dry and sore throat if they also have hoarseness and blood-streaked sputum?

    A) Add Sang Ye, Xing Ren, QIan Hu, and Niu Bang Zi
    B) Add Xuan Shen, Mai Men Dong, and Zhi Mu
    C) Add Xing Ren, Pi Pa Ye, and Kuan Dong Hua
    D) Omit Ju Hong and add Sha Shen, Mai men Dong, Lu Gen, and Xian He Cao
    D) Omit Ju Hong and add Sha Shen, Mai men Dong, Lu Gen, and Xian He Cao
  23. 87) How do you modify Sang Ju Yin for Qi level dryness?

    A) Add Jin Yin Hua, Lian Qiao, Pu Gong Yin, and Ju Hua
    B) Add Chai Hu, Yu Jin, Xiang Fu, and Qing Pi
    C) Add Shi Gao and Zhi Mu
    D) Increase the dosage of Zhi Gan Cao and add Bai Shao
    C) Add Shi Gao and Zhi Mu
  24. 88) How do you modify Su Zi Jiang Qi Tang for concurrent exterior cold?

    A) Add Ma Huang and Xing Ren
    B) Add Qiang Huo and Chuang Xiong
    C) Add Wu Wei Zi and Gan Jiang
    D) Add Man Jing Zi and Bai Ji Li
    A) Add Ma Huang and Xing Ren
  25. 70) How do you modify Wu Pi San for externally contracted wind with edema above the waist?

    A) Add Fang Feng, Zi Su Ye, Jing Jie, and Bai Zhi
    B) Substitute Rou Gui for Gui Zhi
    C) Add Chai Hu, Yu Jin, Xiang Fu, and Qing Pi
    D) Add Wu Wei Zi and Gan Jiang
    A) Add Fang Feng, Zi Su Ye, Jing Jie, and Bai Zhi
  26. 97) How do you modify Xiao Huo Luo Dan for wind-predominant disorders?

    A) Increase the dosage of Zhi Gan Cao and add Bai Shao
    B) Add Huang Qi and Dang Gui
    C) Add Qin Jiao and Fang Feng
    D) Add Man Jing Zi and Bai Ji Li
    C) Add Qin Jiao and Fang Feng
  27. 77) How do you modify Xiao Yao San for more severe hypochondriac pain with distention?

    A) Add Qiang Huo and Chuang Xiong
    B) Omit Bai Zhi and add Xiang Fu
    C) Add Man Jing Zi
    D) Increase the dosage of Zhi Gan Cao and add Bai Shao
    B) Omit Bai Zhi and add Xiang Fu
  28. 12) How do you modify Zhi Sou San for early stages of wind-cold?

    A) Add Wu Wei Zi and Gan Jiang
    B) Add Qiang Huo and Chuang Xiong
    C) Take with a decoction of Sheng Jiang
    D) Add Xing Ren, Pi Pa Ye, and Kuan Dong Hua
    C) Take with a decoction of Sheng Jiang

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