ACU QUIZ SS DX

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ACU QUIZ SS DX
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2009-12-12 15:51:36
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  1. A patient presents with palpitations, stabbing or pricking pain in the chest which may radiate to the inneraspect of the left arm or to the shoulder. They have a feeling of oppression or constriction of the chest,shortness of breath, cyanosis of lips and nails, cold hands, painful periods with dark clots. Their tongue ispurple in its entirety or only on the sides in the chest area. Their pulse is string-taut. What is this patient'sdiagnosis?
    A) Heart Blood Stasis
    B) Pericardium Blood Stagnation
    C) Heart Vessel Obstructed
    D) Heart Qi Stagnation
    Heart Blood Stasis
  2. A patient comes to you for help. He has been having scanty and brownish urine. This has been alongwithmuscular flaccidity of the lower limbs with motor impairment. This has been very worryingandtroubling. This is accompanied by fever, cough, irritability, and thirst. Their tongue is re with ayellowcoating and their pulse is thready and rapid. What is this patient's diagnosis?
    A) Kidney and Liver Yin Deficiency
    B) Kidney and Lung Yin Deficiency
    C) Heat in the Lung
    D) Damp Heat in the Lower Jiao
    Heat in the Lung
  3. Which one of the following pulses indicates phlegm-rheum?
    A) Pulse is superficial, thready, and hits the fingers without strength
    B) Straight and long like presing on the string of a qin.
    C) Pulse arrives tightly and with force like a twisted rope.
    D) Pulse is floating, thready, and soft
    Straight and long like presing on the string of a qin.
  4. Which one of the following pulses indicates water departing, blood not nourishing the heart, and essencenot transforming into qi causing center vacuity?
    A) Pulse arrives like waves, arriving flourishing, and departing debilitated.
    B) Deep, thready, and without force
    C) Superficial, deficient, and weak
    D) Lacks force, deficient, and vacuous with pressure.
    Superficial, deficient, and weak

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