TCM China:

Typical TCM Therapy for Chronic Gastritis

 

           

 

 

 

 

20.03cm¡Á14cm,

259 pages, 2004,9.

ISBN

7-81010-792-5/R.754

 

 

Chief Editor: Wang Yue

Shanghai University of Traditional Chinese Medicine Press

 

Contents

Part One General Introduction

Chapter One Outline

Chapter Two Diagnostic Main Points

Section One Clinical manifestations

Section Two Physicochemical examination

Secton Three Differential diagnosis

Chapter Three The Understanding of TCM on Chronic Gastritis

Part Two Characteristic Therapy

Chapter One The Treatment of Chronic Superficial Gastritis

Section One Internal therapy

Section Two External treatment

Section Three Acumoxa therapies

Section Four Chinese massage (Tuina) therapies

Section Five Physical exercise

Section Six Herbal dietary treatment

Chapter Two The Treatment of Chronic Atrophic Gastritis

Section One Internal treatment

Section Two Emotional therapy

Section Three Herbal dietary therapies

Chapter Three Treatments of the Main Symptoms of Chronic Gastritis

Section One Gastralgia

Section Two Feeling of fullness and oppression

Section Three Belching

Section Four Acid reflux

Section Five Gastric upset

Section Six Vomiting

Chapter Four Self-Care for Chronic Gastritis

Section One Emotional adjustment

Section Two Dieting

Section Three Treating related diseases

Part Three Experience of Famous Senior TCM Doctors

Chapter One Experience from Professor Deng Tietao

Section One View on etiology and pathogenesis

Section Two Therapeutic experience and characteristics

Section Three Report of typical cases

Chapter Two Experience from Professor Zhang Zesheng

Section One Clinical experience and characteristics

Section Two Report of typical cases

Chapter Three Experience from Professor He Hongbang

Section One View on etiology and pathology

Section Two Experience and characteristics

Section Three Report of typical case

Chapter Four Experience from Professor Zhao Jinduo

Section One View on etiology and pathology

Section Two Therapeutic experience and characteristics

Section Three Report of typical cases

Chapter Five Experience from Professor Yu Shangde

Section One View on the etiology and pathologly

Section Two Therapeutic experience and characteristics

Section Three Report of typical cases

Index