Traditional Chinese Medicine

Wikibooks - Traditional Chinese Medicine Project Edit

TCM | Pulse | TCM Terms | Acupuncture | Formula Design | Single Herbs | Usage Of Herbs | Prescriptions | Usage Of Prescriptions | Sources | Materia Medica | Interactions | Glossaries

  1. Introduction
    1. Overview
    2. History
  2. Fundamentals
  3. Diagnosis and Differentiation
  4. Diagnosis
    1. Looking
    2. Smelling and Listening
    3. Asking
    4. Pulse Palpation
  5. Acupuncture
  6. TCM Materia Medica
  7. Formula Design
  8. Formulas
  9. Classification Of Prescriptions
  10. Traditional Chinese Herbology And Pharmacology
  11. Glossaries

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