Pathomechanisms of the Spleen
A thorough glimpse into the various manifestations of spleen disease in Chinese medicine. Part 1 discusses repletion conditions of the spleen, including spleen qi depression, thought and preoccupation stagnating in the spleen, cold-damp encumbering the spleen, phlegm turbidity obstructing the spleen, food and drink damaging the spleen, and static blood accumulating in the spleen - and spleen fire (yang) exuberance - including spleen channel repletion fire and damp-heat brewing in the spleen. The second section presents vacuity conditions, including vacuity of spleen qi, spleen yang, and spleen yin.
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