Herbal Classics final

Question 1 of 80

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It is generally agreed that the warm disease theory becomes matured in Ming and Qing Dynasty (1369-1911) in China. Among four most famous scholars in Qing Dynasty, who set forth the protocols for the differentiating the various stages of warm diseases according to the four levels, e.g. wei, qi, ying, and xue levels is?

Select one of the following:

  • Ye Tian Shi

  • Xue Shengbai

  • Wu Jutong

  • Wang Mengying

Question 2 of 80

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Among four most famous scholars in Qing Dynasty, the scholar who systematized the warm disease theory in his book Wen Ren Jing Wei (The Warm and Woof of Warm Febrile Disease) is?

Select one of the following:

  • Ye Tian Shi

  • Xue Shengbai

  • Wu Jutong

  • Wang Mengying

Question 3 of 80

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Among four most famous scholars in Qing Dynasty, the scholar who developed the comprehensive theory about warm diseases due to warm dampness, is?

Select one of the following:

  • Ye Tian Shi

  • Xue Shengbai

  • Wu Jutong

  • Wang Mengying

Question 4 of 80

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Among the four most famous scholars in Qing Dyansty, the scholar who finalized the theory of Sanjiao pattern differentiation for warm disease is?

Select one of the following:

  • Ye Tian Shi

  • Xue Shengbai

  • Wu Jutong

  • Wang Mengying

Question 5 of 80

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The well-established theory of warm disease is marked mostly by?

Select one of the following:

  • New ideas on the theory of etiology of warm disease

  • Establishment of Wei, Qi, Ying, and Xue four level differentiation and San Jiao pattern differentiation

  • Treatment of warm diseases

  • Theory on the prevention of warm diseases

Question 6 of 80

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About the exogenous causative factors of warm diseases, which is correct?

Select one of the following:

  • They include wind heat, summer heat, dry heat, and yin deficiency, warm toxin and pestilent qi

  • They include wind heat, summer heat, dampness heat, dry heat, warm toxin, and pestilent qi

  • They include wind heat, summer heat, wind dampness, dry heat and yang deficiency, warm toxin and pestilent qi

  • They include wind heat, toxic heat, yin deficiency, dampness heat, dry heat, warm toxin and pestilent qi

Question 7 of 80

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About the infectivity of the warm diseases which is correct?

Select one of the following:

  • the infectiousness of warm diseases is usually very high

  • all infectious diseases are warm diseases

  • all warm diseases are infectious

  • some patients with summer warmth are not infectious

Question 8 of 80

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About the characteristics of warm disease's manifestations which is NOT TRUE?

Select one of the following:

  • prone to damage of yang qi

  • fever as a prominent symptom

  • presence of serious patterns with bleeding, convulsion, coma and collapse

  • prone to damage of yin body fluid

Question 9 of 80

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Wind heat will initially attack?

Select one of the following:

  • wei

  • lung system and wei

  • spleen and stomach

  • yang ming

Question 10 of 80

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The unique feature of dry heat when it causes a warm disease, is that:

Select one of the following:

  • it occurs in autumn

  • it attacks the body from mouth and nose

  • it will cause dry symptoms of nose, lips and throat at very beginning of disease

  • it attacks lungs

Question 11 of 80

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When a patient with a warm disease presents local redness, swelling, pain and ulceration the condition is more likely caused by?

Select one of the following:

  • wind heat

  • summer heat

  • damp heat

  • warm heat toxin

Question 12 of 80

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The pathogenic factor that may transform dry and fire, and inhibit yang qi is?

Select one of the following:

  • wind heat

  • dry heat

  • damp heat

  • toxic heat

Question 13 of 80

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which of the following is NOT the feature of wind heat causing warm disease?

Select one of the following:

  • it attacks the lungs and wei initially

  • it damages yin fluid in lungs and stomach

  • it may transform into pericardium and cause a nutritive level pattern

  • it usually transforms slowly

Question 14 of 80

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which of the following is NOT the feature of summer heat causing warm disease?

Select one of the following:

  • it attacks the lungs and wei initially and cause a typical exterior pattern

  • it damages yin fluid and qi

  • it may transform into liver and heart and cause of a pattern of internal wind and closure of orifice

  • it usually transforms very swiftly

Question 15 of 80

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Which of the following is NOT the feature of damp heat causing warm disease?

Select one of the following:

  • it primarily causes the dysfunction of spleen and stomach

  • it may damage yin fluid, but may also inhibit the yang qi

  • it will cause yangming pattern at the beginning of illness

  • it usually transforms slower than warm disease due to other warm pathogens

Question 16 of 80

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Which of the following is NOT the feature of DRY heat causing warm disease?

Select one of the following:

  • it attacks the lungs and wei initially

  • it damages yin fluid even at the beginning of illness

  • it primarily attacks lungs

  • it usually attacks human body from skin and pores

Question 17 of 80

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Which of the following diseases is not a new contracted one?

Select one of the following:

  • wind warmth

  • summerheat warmth

  • autumn dryness

  • spring warmth

Question 18 of 80

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Which of the following diseases is a newly contracted warm disease?

Select one of the following:

  • spring warmth

  • latent summerheat warmth

  • wind warmth

  • none of the above

Question 19 of 80

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The first attacked organs in warm disease usually include:

Select one of the following:

  • lung, kidney, liver

  • kidney and urinary bladder

  • lung, spleen and stomach

  • urinary bladder and lung

Question 20 of 80

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lurking warm diseases include:

Select one of the following:

  • spring warmth and lurking summer heat

  • wind warmth and lurking summer heat

  • dry warmth and spring warmth

  • damp warmth and summer heat warmth

Question 21 of 80

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About the dampness heat, which is not true?

Select one of the following:

  • dampness heat develops slowly and has a prolonged course

  • dampness heat often affects the spleen and stomach

  • dampness heat often causes qi stagnation and blocks the clear yang

  • damage of yin fluids in the body in the only result from damp warmth caused by dampness heat

Question 22 of 80

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About the characteristics of summerheat which is true?

Select one of the following:

  • summerheat attacks only the protective level a the initial stage

  • summerheat readily injures the fluids but not qi

  • summerheat may attack the pericardium and block the spirit of the heart shortly after it causes a wei level pattern

  • summerheat is always accompanied by dampness

Question 23 of 80

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About the wind heat, which is not true?

Select one of the following:

  • wind heat attacks the lung and protective level first from mouth and nose

  • wind heat is the major cause of wind warmth and spring warmth

  • wind heat may transform into fire and readily injures the yin of lung and stomach

  • wind heat quickly may advance to the pericardium and causes serious coma, delirium, etc.

Question 24 of 80

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About the four levels of warm disease, which is NOT true?

Select one of the following:

  • protective level is regarded as an exterior level and qi level is a relative superficial level of the interior

  • ying (nutritive level) and xue (blood) levels are both interior and deeper level

  • both qi level and patterns and ying (nutritive) level patterns involve only the dysfunction of organism, not substantial damage to organism

  • xue (blood) level patterns usually causes substantial damage to the organsim

Question 25 of 80

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A Ying (nutritive level) pattern develop least often

Select one of the following:

  • from a pattern in wei protective level

  • from a pattern of qi level

  • at the initial stage of a spring warmth disease

  • at the initial stage of a damp warmth disease

Question 26 of 80

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The pattern extreme heat causing internal wind is usually regarded as a pattern in

Select one of the following:

  • wei protective level

  • qi level

  • ying nutritive level

  • xue blood level

Question 27 of 80

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The pattern warm heat misting the pericardium is usually regarded in

Select one of the following:

  • wei protective level

  • qi level

  • ying nutritive level

  • xue blood level

Question 28 of 80

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In the diagnosis of a warm disease, gum bleeding with swollen and painful gum indicates:

Select one of the following:

  • lung fire

  • stomach fire

  • deficient kidney fire

  • dampness heat in urinary bladder

Question 29 of 80

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Miliaria alba commonly appears during the development of:

Select one of the following:

  • wind warmth

  • spring warmth

  • damp warmth

  • autumn dryness

Question 30 of 80

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There are signs and symptoms of blockage of the qi, the protective qi level patterns, as well as dysfunction of the spleen and stomach in the early age of:

Select one of the following:

  • wind warmth

  • spring warmth

  • damp warmth

  • autumn dryness

Question 31 of 80

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In a _____ level pattern the patient will have fever, cough, depressive chest, thirst, restless, skin rash, red tongue with yellow coating and rapid pulse.

Select one of the following:

  • qi

  • wei

  • qi and ying nutritive

  • blood

Question 32 of 80

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Which of the following will help most for the differentiation between a ying (nutritive) and a blood level pattern?

Select one of the following:

  • fever and restless

  • delirium

  • skin rashes

  • vomiting blood and nasal bleeding

Question 33 of 80

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The most important manifestations of wei level pattern are:

Select one of the following:

  • fever, slight chills and thirst

  • fever and thirsty

  • chills, fever and headache

  • fever and cough

Question 34 of 80

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The symptom that is not normally seen in a qi level pattern is:

Select one of the following:

  • high fever

  • thirsty

  • alternate fever and chills

  • fever worsen in evening

Question 35 of 80

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In a ____ level pattern the patient will have chills and fever, sweating, thirsty, restlessness, headache, red tongue and yellow coating, rapid and slipper pulse.

Select one of the following:

  • wei

  • wei and qi

  • wei and ying (nutritive)

  • qi and ying (nutritive)

Question 36 of 80

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In sanjiao pattern differentiation, a pattern of lower jiao with kidney involvement is:

Select one of the following:

  • heat in blood and disturbance of heart shen

  • heat staying in the body that cause kidney yin exhaustion

  • heat in lung and lung qi dysfunction

  • nutritive yin damage with shen distrubance

Question 37 of 80

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Which pattern is usually classified as a pattern of strong vital qi fighting very excessive pathogenic factors?

Select one of the following:

  • pathogenic factor in lungs and wei

  • heat sunken into pericardium

  • yangming stomach heat excess

  • lung and stomach yin damage

Question 38 of 80

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In sanjiao pattern differentiation, the peak pattern with strong vital qi fighting excessive pathogenic factors is:

Select one of the following:

  • upper jiao pattern with heat in lungs

  • upper jiao pattern with heat sunken in pericardium

  • middle jiao pattern with pathogenic factors in yangming stomach

  • lower jiao pattern with kidney and liver yin deficiency

Question 39 of 80

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The most important manifestations of qi level pattern are:

Select one of the following:

  • bitterness in mouth and thirsty

  • restlessness and dark urination

  • fever, not chills, thirst and dark urination

  • cough and thirst

Question 40 of 80

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Wei level pattern manifestations are:

Select one of the following:

  • fever, slight chills and slight thirst

  • fever, chills and headache

  • fever, chills and cough

  • fever, chills and very thirsty

Question 41 of 80

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Middle jiao pattern affects

Select one of the following:

  • spleen and stomach

  • lung and heart

  • kidney and liver

  • liver and gallbaldder

Question 42 of 80

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Upper jiao pattern affects:

Select one of the following:

  • spleen and stomach

  • lung and heart

  • kidney and liver

  • liver and gallbaldder

Question 43 of 80

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Lower jiao pattern affects:

Select one of the following:

  • spleen and stomach

  • lung and heart

  • kidney and liver

  • liver and gallbladder

Question 44 of 80

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Middle jiao patterns DO NOT include:

Select one of the following:

  • damp heat in spleen

  • pathogenic factors accumulating in intestines

  • yang ming heat

  • internal wind

Question 45 of 80

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In a pattern of heat sunken into pericardium patient will have:

Select one of the following:

  • coma, cold limbs and thirsty

  • fever and skin rashes

  • fever and sweating, constipation

  • constipation, delirium, yellow and dark coating of tongue

Question 46 of 80

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A warm disease occurs in winter or autumn season. At the early stage it involves the qi or nutritive level and may display the symptoms and signs similar to a summerheat warmth. it may be a:

Select one of the following:

  • wind warmth

  • spring warmth

  • summer heat warmth

  • lurking summer heat

Question 47 of 80

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Which disease often injures the qi and fluids when at the WEI and QI protective levels and may cause a pattern of collapse of the fluids and qi?

Select one of the following:

  • wind warmth

  • spring warmth

  • summer heat warmth

  • lurking summer heat

Question 48 of 80

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Which of the following warm disease DOES NOT normally develop into a ying (nutritive) and xue (blood) levels?

Select one of the following:

  • spring warmth

  • summer heat warmth

  • autumn dryness

  • wind warmth

Question 49 of 80

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Although it may occur in spring and winter, but it is also referred to as winter warmth (dong wen). This warm disease is:

Select one of the following:

  • wind warmth

  • spring warmth

  • lurking summer heat

  • damp warmth

Question 50 of 80

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During the development of a wind warmth, the presence of symptoms and signs including unconsciousness or coma, delirium, cold extremities, and stiffness of the tongue with difficulty speaking usually indicates a pattern of heat entering:

Select one of the following:

  • The pericardium, heart and nutritive level

  • the blood level

  • the yangming fu organs

  • lungs

Question 51 of 80

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The warm disease theory of Chinese medicine was fully established:

Select one of the following:

  • before the Tang Dynasty (907)

  • Song, Jin and Yuan Dynasties (960-1368)

  • Ming and Qing Dynasties (1369-1911)

  • After 1949

Question 52 of 80

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About the wind warmth which of the following is not correct?

Select one of the following:

  • It is a warm disease in winter and spring

  • It is a newly contracted warm disease

  • It is usually caused by wind heat

  • It is usually caused by toxic heat

Question 53 of 80

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The irregular transmission of wind warmth refers to its development from:

Select one of the following:

  • wei level to qi level

  • wei level to pericardium

  • qi level to ying (nutritive) level

  • ying (nutritive) level to blood level

Question 54 of 80

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About the spring warmth which of the following is not correct?

Select one of the following:

  • it is a warm disease in spring

  • it is a newly contracted warm disease

  • it is caused by lurking cold transforming into heat (in winter season)

  • the patient may have yin essence deficiency

Question 55 of 80

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At the beginning of spring warmth which of following symptoms is less likely being seen?

Select one of the following:

  • chills and fever

  • high fever and extreme thirst

  • coma

  • convulsion

Question 56 of 80

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At the beginning of the autumn dryness they dryness is seen in?

Select one of the following:

  • lungs

  • stomach

  • large intestine

  • small intestine

Question 57 of 80

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A warm disease that may be seen in summer season is?

Select one of the following:

  • wind warmth

  • spring warmth

  • dampness warmth

  • lurking summer heat warmth

Question 58 of 80

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Qi level patterns usually involve:

Select one of the following:

  • lung, intestine, spleen and stomach

  • lung and heart

  • liver and kidney

  • upper, middle and lower jiao

Question 59 of 80

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A pattern with fever, cough, oppressive sensation in the chest, restlessness, thirst and skin rashes, deep red tongue thin yellow coating:

Select one of the following:

  • qi level pattern

  • wei level pattern

  • qi and ying level pattern

  • blood level pattern

Question 60 of 80

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The most important symptoms of the wei level pattern of a warm disease:

Select one of the following:

  • fever, slight chills and slightly thirsty

  • chills and fever, headache and not thirsty

  • fever and cough

  • high fever and thirsty, not chills

Question 61 of 80

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The type of fever that does not indicate a qi level pattern:

Select one of the following:

  • high fever and thirst

  • alternating fever and chills

  • tidal fever in the afternoon

  • fever getting worse in the evening

Question 62 of 80

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The most important difference between a ying and blood level pattern is:

Select one of the following:

  • fever and restlessness

  • delirium

  • skin rashes

  • vomiting blood an nasal bleeding

Question 63 of 80

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The most important symptoms of the qi level pattern of a warm disease:

Select one of the following:

  • bitterness in the mouth, thirsty, red tongue with yellow coating

  • fever and restless and skin rashes

  • fever without chills, thirsty, yellow tongue coating

  • fever, sweating, restlessness, deep red tongue without coating

Question 64 of 80

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The most important symptoms in a blood level pattern include:

Select one of the following:

  • skin rashes, bleeding patterns, and crimson tongue

  • restless or unconsciousness

  • high fever

  • yellow coating with rapid and forceful pulse

Question 65 of 80

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In Sanjiao pattern differentiation, upper jiao pattern usually involves the pathology of:

Select one of the following:

  • lung and liver

  • heart and lungs

  • pericardium and lungs

  • heart and pericardium

Question 66 of 80

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In sanjiao pattern differentiation, middle jiao pattern usually involves the pathology of:

Select one of the following:

  • spleen and liver

  • spleen and stomach

  • liver and stomach

  • liver and gallbladder

Question 67 of 80

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in sanjiao pattern differentiation, lower jiao pattern usually involves the pathology of:

Select one of the following:

  • kidney and urinary bladder

  • liver and spleen

  • ren and chong channels

  • kidney and liver

Question 68 of 80

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A warm disease presenting spleen and stomach pattern (middle jiao) at the initial stage:

Select one of the following:

  • wind warmth

  • summerheat warmth

  • damp warmth

  • dry warmth

Question 69 of 80

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Pathology of wind warmth at an early stage:

Select one of the following:

  • wind heat attacking lungs and wei

  • excessive heat in the lungs

  • heat in the lung and large intestine

  • phlegm and heat in the chest

Question 70 of 80

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Wind warmth lingering heat in the body is more likely to cause:

Select one of the following:

  • kidney and liver yin deficiency

  • blood deficiency due to bleeding

  • stomach and lung yin deficiency

  • lung qi deficiency

Question 71 of 80

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Pathology of spring warmth at early stage:

Select one of the following:

  • presenting wei and qi level pattern at the same time

  • presenting ying and xue level pattern at the same time

  • presenting blood level pattern

  • presenting yin deficiency pattern

Question 72 of 80

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Pathology of spring warmth at the latter stage does NOT include:

Select one of the following:

  • lingering heat in heart and true yin deficiency

  • lingering heat and internal wind complicated with true yin deficiency

  • lingering heat and kidney and liver yin deficiency

  • lingering heat with yang and qi deficiency

Question 73 of 80

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In the early stage of damp warmth with a pattern of dampness in wei level and qi stagnation of spleen stomach, the appropriate treatment is:

Select one of the following:

  • promoting sweating

  • purging

  • moisturizing

  • aromatically dispersing the qi and resolving the dampness

Question 74 of 80

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The most prominent feature of damp warmth is:

Select one of the following:

  • it usually attacks lungs and wei level first

  • it presents yin deficiency and dryness at the very early stage

  • its pathology is primarily on spleen and stomach

  • it very often causes liver and kidney yin deficiency at the later stage

Question 75 of 80

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In the pattern differentiation of damp warmth, the practitioner should focus on:

Select one of the following:

  • the predominance of dampness or heat

  • the location of the illness, e.g., middle and lower jiao

  • both

  • neither

Question 76 of 80

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The typical tongue color for a pattern of nutritive level with yin damage is:

Select one of the following:

  • red bright tonuge with moist coat

  • deep red tongue no coating

  • red purplish tongue with spiky spots

  • deep red dry tongue

Question 77 of 80

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THe tongue for a nutritive level pattern with phlegm turbid fluid complication is:

Select one of the following:

  • purplish and dry tongue

  • deep red tongue with white coating

  • deep red tongue with greasy slimy coating

  • bright red tongue

Question 78 of 80

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In autumn dryness, when dry heat attacks the lung and wei, the patient will have a tongue of:

Select one of the following:

  • red tongue with thin yellow coating

  • red tongue with thin white coating

  • red tip and margin of tongue body with thin white dry coating

  • pink tongue with thin white coating

Question 79 of 80

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In a pattern that spleen dampness is unsolved and stomach yin is already damaged, the tongue coating will be:

Select one of the following:

  • white thick and slimy

  • white thick and dry

  • yellow and slimy

  • white and moist

Question 80 of 80

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The tongue picture indicating liver and kidney yin deficiency is:

Select one of the following:

  • purplish dark and dry without coating

  • purplish with spiky spots

  • purplish and dark, with moist

  • pale purplish and very wet

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