Diagnosis in Traditional Chinese Medicine
Complementary Medicine Press
290 pag. paperback 20 x 25 cm
Writing this work as a textbook for her English-speaking students, a physician trained in both Western and traditional Chinese medicine reviews TCM concepts and presents a whole-person diagnostic routine. Tables clearly summarize the clinical identification of manifestations (symptoms) used to diagnose disorders and their corresponding patterns and pathogenesis. The text concludes with 14 case studies and two references. Dr. Chen is medical director of the Yi Ling Medical Center in Albuquerque and Supervisor of the Integrative Medical Clinic at the U. of New Mexico Hospital in Albuquerque. She also conducts seminars and courses both for the general public and for students and practitioners of Chinese medicine.