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Diagnosis in the TCM

I – Visual inspection

We check:
The Expression, Color, Appearance, and Tongue Diagnosis (Diagnosis by the tongue).

II – Auscultation and olfaction

Auscultation: the speech, the breathing, the cough.

Olfaction: Smells of syndromes due to Excess or Deficiency.

III – Interrogation

The following information is attached to the Clinical Record:
Cold-Hot; Urine and Feces; Perspiration; Appetite; Pain; Sleep; Menstruations and Leukorrheas. In general, everything that may be important for a Clinical Record, including not only the specific reasons for the consultation but also a present description of his health and most important problems.

IV –Pulse Palpation (Chinese Pulsology) and Abdomen Palpation (Hara Diagnosis)

The disease as an energy disorder in the organism may be observed through the Pulse palpation.

There are 200 readings of the Pulse at Radial level in Traditional Chinese Medicine.

Pulsology is one of the most important basis of the Oriental Diagnosis.

There are three regions: Cun, Guan, Chi to which three types of pressure are applied: Light, Moderate and Strong. They show the condition of the Organs, Viscera, Body Fluids, Qi, Xue, etiological factors, among other observations.

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