Energetical Diagnosis in Acupuncture (picture of the page)

1. Civil Data__________________________________________________________


2. M/F Age Traditional Western Medicine Diagnosis__________________

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3. ANAMNESIS

1. Fever, ague

2. Sweats

3. Migrene, aches

4. Urine, stool

5. Appetence, tastes

6. Chest sensations

7. Vision, hearing

8. Sleep, dreams, nightmares

9. Period

10. The moment of birth, at children



Legend:

B=Bladder, K=Kidney, GB=Gall Bladder, Li=Liver, S=Stomach, MP=Milt-Pancreas, Lu=Lung, LI=Large Intestine, VS=Vessels-Sex, TF=Three Focus, C=Cord,

SI=Small Intestine


Type of disease

Yin / Yang

Internal / External

Cold / Warm

Void / Plenitude


4. CAUSE OF DISEASE

Pervert energies

- seasonal = Wind, Cold, Heat, Humidity, Dryness, Fire.

- latent (long incubation, gravity) = ...

- curious (contagious, toxic diseases,) = ...

Passions = Joy (Armonic Qi , C), Anger (Qi ascends, Li), Anxiety, Thinking (Reflection, concentrates Qi, MP), Sadness (disperses Qi, Lu), Fear (descendes Qi, K), Emotion (perturbs Qi)


5. INSPECTION

a) --- up/down

Tint, wrinkles --- Qi/Xue --- disequilibrium --- right/left

--- int./ext.

Face --------------> Shen

Thorax -----------> Wei

\------------> superior focus Yong: void/plenitude

Sup. abd. -------> middle focus Yong: void/plenitude

Inf. abd. ---------> inferior focus Yong: void/plenitude

Dorsal region ---> Yin/Yang

Superior members. --> Yin/Yang

Inferior members. ---> Yin/Yang

Constitutional type based on the 5 elements

b)

Attitude -- physiological -- Yang: Tai Yang / Shao Yang

-- balanced

-- Yin: Tai Yin / Shao Yin

-- analgesic (pathogenetic energy based on the 5 elements)

-- vicious (meridian ... in void/plenitude)


6. ROOTS

energetical deficit based on the 5 elements:


7. PALPATION OF RADIAL PULSES

right left Disequilibrium 6 energetical levels

up TF/VS SI/C superficial Tai Yang SI+B

middle S/MP GB/Li left Shao Yang TF+GB

down LI/Lu B/K up Yang Ming LI+S

superf. / profound down Tai Yin Lu+MP

right Jue Yin VS+Li

profound Shao Yin C+K


8. MERIDIANS

Principal Meridian (suffrances on route + of the organs) void/plenitude

Tendon+Muscular Meridian (cutaneous + muscular tissue) void/plenitude

Distinct Meridian (colics)

Lo longitudinal (more severe diseases) void/plenitude

Extraordinary Meridian (chronic, endocrine, psychic diseases) void/plenitude


9. MAJOR ENERGETIC POINTS

Xi (acute suffrances, dispersion)

Lo

Shu

Mu (organ diseases)

Shu antique Jing distal (Ting) (psychic diseases, suffocation)

Yong (diseases of circulatory system, fever)

Shu (articular diseases and of the connective tissue)

Yuan (strengthening attracts energy in Principal Meridian)

Jing proximate (King) (rheumatism, respiratory system, humidity, cold)

He (gastric, intestinal diseases, Distinct Meridian diseases)

Points of commands of Principal Meridian = Strengthening / Dispersion

Points of commands of Distinct Meridian = He

Extraordinary Meridian


10. OBSERVATIONS

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Ph. Lalescu Rodica