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To study the distribution and development rules of the TCM syndromes in psoriasis vulgaris

The diagnosis of psoriasis in traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) was first recorded by Cao Yuan Fang in the Sui Dynasty (AD 610) as dry ringworm (ganxuan), with descriptions of the symptoms, signs, and pathogenic mechanism of psoriasis, in his book Zhu Bing Yuan Houlun 10. The patients had varied duration and severity of disease, and the majority were psoriasis vulgaris cases. J: Study on the distribution and development rules of TCM syndromes of 2651 psoriasis vulgaris cases. Objective To study the distribution and development rules of TCM syndromes of psoriasis vulgaris.Methods The study with the status survey,multi-center and large samples was carried out. Psoriasis disease-syndrome combination Chinese medicine complementary and alternative medicine herbal medicine. Technology Research and Development Program of Guangdong Province (No.

To study the distribution and development rules of the TCM syndromes in psoriasis vulgaris 2In the development process, TCM diagnosis and treatment system forms two systems: disease differentiation and syndrome differentiation 3. TCM syndrome, in terms of TCM theory, is defined as a diagnostic classification of the pathological changes of a disease state based on an individual s symptoms and signs, including pulse form and tongue appearance 6. In the study, three Chinese medicine physicians were the objects. This is a list of topics that have, at one point or another in their history, been characterized as pseudoscience by academics or researchers. A 1974 study by researchers at the Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore found that the heavier-than-air aircraft that the Vaim nika Sh stra described were aerodynamically unfeasible. Vastu shastra is the ancient Hindu system of architecture, which lays down a series of rules for building houses in relation to ambiance. Also see false memory syndrome. Streptococcal infection is strongly associated with the development of guttate psoriasis but this may also apply to chronic plaque psoriasis. 10 The impact of psoriasis is not directly related to the overall area affected or disease activity but more to the site distribution and the attitudes of the patient.

Articles from The Journal of Chinese Medicine February 2010 on HighBeam Research. Study on the Distribution and Development Rules of TCM Syndromes of 2651 Psoriasis Vulgaris Cases. 0 and SPSS was used to do the statistical analysis on 2651 cases of psoriasis vulgaris for studying the correlations between distribution and development of TCM syndromes in different stages,nationality,psoriasis history,family history,smoking history,alcohol drinking history,and severity of the disease. Topical therapy is a conventional treatment for psoriasis vulgaris.

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