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On the Sublime Sincerity of the Eminent Physician

By Asian Culture, Classics, Clinical Perspectives 

By Sabine Wilms

 

備急千金藥方

論大醫精誠第二

Volume One, Chapter Two:

On the Sublime Sincerity of the Eminent Physician

LINE ONE

(一)張湛曰 :夫經方之難精,由來尚矣。

(二)今病有內同而外異,亦有內異而外同。故五臟六腑之盈虛,血脈營衛之通塞

,固非耳目之所察,必先診候以審之。

(三)而寸口 關尺有浮沉弦緊之亂,腧穴流注有高下淺深之差,肌膚筋骨有濃薄

剛柔之異。

(四)唯用心精微者,始可與言於茲矣。

1) Zhāng Zhàn (1) said: “The reason why the methods in the … Read More

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All Disease Comes From the Heart: The Pivotal Role of the Emotions in Classical Chinese Medicine

By Classics, Clinical Perspectives , Emotion/Spirit, Internal Medicine, Theory and Diagnosis

By Heiner Fruehauf

 

Most modern clinicians find that a majority of their patients suffer from the symptom complex generally referred to as “stress”. Emotional stress, however, is usually regarded as a confounding rather than a causative factor in pathophysiology. … Read More

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