TCM China:

Typical TCM Therapy for Lung Cancer

 

           

 

 

 

 

 

14cm¡Á20.3cm,   

223 pages; 7,2004.

ISBN 

7-81010-791-7 

Author, Xie Jianqun.

Published by Shanghai University of Chinese Medicine Press.

 

Contents

Art One General introduction

Chapter One Introduction

Chapter Two Diagnostic essentials

Section One Clinical manifestations

Section Two Laboratory test

Chapter Three TCM understanding of lung cancer

Part Two Typical therapeutic methods

Chapter One Treatment of ling cancer

Section One Internal therapy

Section Two External therapy

Section Three Acupuncture and moxibustion therapy

Section Four Dietetic therapy

Section Five Psychological therapy

Chapter Two Post-operational treatment of lung cancer

Section One Internal therapy

Section Two Dietetic therapy

Chapter Three Treatment of lung cancer following radiotherapy

Section One Internal therapy

Section Two Dietetic therapy

Chapter Four Treatment of lung cancer following chemotherapy

Section One Internal therapy

Section Two Dietetic therapy

Chapter Five Treatment of the main symptoms of lung cancer

Section One Internal therapy

Section Two Dietetic therapy

Section Three Acupuncture and moxibustion therapy

Section Four Dietetic therapy

Chapter Six Treatment of the complications of lung cancer

Section One Internal therapy

Section Two Dietetic therapy

Section Three Acupuncture and moxibustion therapy

Section Four Dietetic therapy

Chapter Seven Regimen for lung cancer

Part Three Experience famous senior TCM doctors

Chapter One Professor Hong Guangxiang¡¯s experience

Section One Ideas about the pathogenesis

Section Two Therapeutic experience and unique treatment

Section Three Report of typical cases

Chapter Two Professor Chen Uanchang¡¯s experience

Section One Therapeutic experience and unique treatment

Section Two Report of typical cases

Chapter Three Professor Wu yichun¡¯s experience

Section One Ideas about the pathogenesis

Section Two Therapeutic experience and unique treatment

Section Three Report of typical cases

Chapter Four Professor Liu Jiaxiang¡¯s experience

Section One Ideas about the pathogenesis

Section Two Therapeutic experience and unique treatment

Index