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Eight Syndrome Differentiation

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Eight Syndrome Differentiation
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1.  What statement in differentiation of syndromes is not true for TCM
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2.  There are many method of differentiation of syndrome in TCM.  Which one is a method of TCM
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3.  The Zangfu differentiation of syndromes is the guiding priciple of all the methods of differentiation syndrome in TCM
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4.  The Eigh Principle differnetiation of syndrome it is applicable to every clinical branch of TCM
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5.  These two methods of differentiation of syndromes are applied to miscellaneous diceseases due to internal injuries
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6.  The Eight principles of differentiation of syndromes does not refers to:
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7.  No matter how complex the signs and symptoms are, all of the diseases can be generalized according to the Zangfu differentiation of syndrome
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8.  The location of the disease can be differentiated as
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9.  The nature of the disease can be diveded into
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10.  The state of the Qi and pathogen can be termed either as
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11.  Yin syndrome may generalize the exterior of the syndrome, cold syndrome and deficiency syndrome
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12.  Yang syndorme is a generalization of exterior syndrome, heat syndromre and excessive syndrome.
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13.  The yin and yang syndromes are considered  the compendium of the eight principles
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14.  All of the methods of differentiaiton of syndromes, every syndrom has its  own specific symptoms;  however, they are transformed into one another, and sometimes some false manifestations may occur.  Therefore, we should pay attention not only to the differentiation of syndromes, but also to their coexistence, transformation, true or false conditon.
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15.  Which one of these elements does not defined an exterior pathogenic syndromes
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16.  Which of these elements defined an interior pathogenic factor
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17.  Generally speaking, a dicease in the exterior is deep and seirous while a disease in the interior is superficial and mild
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18.  This is not a characteristtic of an intial stage of exopatic disease due to the invation by exophatic factors
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19.  This is a manifestation of exterior syndrome
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20.  Interior syndromes indicates conditons of pathologic changes in the exterior of the body and dysfunction of qi and blood or the zangfu.  They are seen in the middle or late stage of exopatic diseases and miscellanoeus diseases due to internal injury.
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21.  An interior syndrome tends to have
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22.  Which sympton or sign is specific for interior syndrome
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23.  This is not a sign and symptom of an interior syndrome
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24.  Cold and heat syndrome reveal the excessive state or the deficient state of qi and blow
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25.  Excess of yin or deficiency of yang will lead to cold syndrome, while excess of yang and deficiency of yin will lead to heat syndrome.
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26.  Cold syndrome indicates that the pathologic conditions of a disease are conld in nature, usually caused by affetion of pathogenic cold , or by:
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27.  Cold syndrome is futher divided into exterior and interior cold syndrome according to its location.  The exterior cold syndrome is due to the invasion of the body surface by pathogenic cold and consequent obstruction of defensive yang characterized by
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28.  The ____________ is caused by an attack on the internal organs by pathogenic cold, or by loss of warmth  due to insufficiency of yang, tipically marked by a) intolerance to coldb) cold limbsc) pale complexiond) tastelessnesse) profuse salivationf) copious clear urineg) loose stoolh) pale tongue with whitish moist coating, deep and slow pulse
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29.  Which symptom or sign is specific for exterior cold syndrome
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30.  Which symptom or sign is specific for exterior cold syndrome
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31.  Interior cold syndrome is marked by
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32.  Which symptoms or signs are specific of the interior cold syndrome
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33.  Heat syndrome indicates functional hyperactivity of the body, arising form affection of pathogenic heat, or fire transformation form disorder of the emotions, and hyperactivity of yang due to deficiency of yin, and it is classified as interior and exterio heat syndrome
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34.  _______________ resulting from the invasion of the body surface by pathogenic heat, is typically show as fever, slight aversion to wind-cold, dryness of the mouth, slight thirst, often sweating, or cough, sore throat, red tip and boders of the tongue, floating and rapid pulse.
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35.  Hot body with flush cheek and like warmth; thirsty and like hot drinks; pulse is big and weak when pressed; cold limbs, clear and profuse urine and loose stool; pale tongue with white fur, are manifestation of this syndrome.
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36.  This is a sign and sympton of a real heat in the interior and pseudo-cold in the exterior
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37.  This is not a manifestation of false heat (real heat in the interior and cold in the exterior)
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38.  Real heat in the interior and pseudo-cold in the exterior is also define as "yin is kept extrnally by the excessive yang inside the body"
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39.  To distiguish the true and pseudo-heat syndrome, ture and pseudo-cold syndrome you must consider hystory and symptoms and signs
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40.  A patient tells you that he caught a cold ten days ago, he is now having bad coughs with yellow phlegm, red tongue with yellow fur, pulse is rapid and stronger in cun positon.  Accroding to the eight principles, what do you think the syndrome of illness is right now?
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41.  What does constipation with red tounge signs indicate?
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42.  What do thin and white tongue coating sign indicate?
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43.  What does the mild fever with severe adversion to cold sing means?
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44.  What does body aches without sweat and floating pulse mean?
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45.  Deficiency and excess are two of the irght principles to differentiate the prosperity or decline of pathogens and the zhong-qi
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46.  Deficiency refers to to the deficiency of the zheng-qi while excess refer to the excess of pathogenic factors
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47.  ______ are  a complex of symptoms indicating weakness of the zheng-qi when pathogenic factor are not too strong
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48.  ______ are  a complex of symptoms indicating a fierce comflict between excessive pathogenic factors and the   zheng-qi
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49.  Weak constitution, feeble voice, pain relieve by pressure, tender tongue with thin or little coating and feeble pulse are symptoms of ge
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50.  Which one is not a cause of insuficiency or deficiency
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51.  This is not a cuase of Deficiency of yin, yang, qi, blood, body fluid, essence, marrow and zahng fu
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52.  Exterio syndrome of deficiency is caused by affection of pathogenic wind while having deficiency of the -----------
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53.  Aversion to wind, perspiration, floating and moderate pulse are symptoms of
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54.  Caused by frequently attacked by cold, and accompanied by poor appetite, loose stool. malaise, and dyspnea with exercise, thready and feeble pulse are symptoms of
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55.  This is not partain to the interior syndrome deficiency
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56.  Usually short in tis course, is often seen in the early stage or middle stage of disease
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57.  Which sign or symptom is specific for excess syndrome
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58.  This is not a common tupe of excess syndrome
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59.  The exterior syndrome of excess arises from a struggle between the zhong-qi and pathogenic factors, the obstruction of the body surface due to invasion of exophathic factors, and accumulation of yang-qi on the body surface.
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60.  This is sign or symptom of exterior syndrome of excess
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61.  Heat syndrome of excess occurs as a result of the invasion of the interior of the body by pathogenic yang-heat
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62.  This is not a sign of cold syndrome excess
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63.  Consumption of the body fluid by excessive pathogenic heat causes
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64.   yin and yang serve as the general principle for classifying all the syndromes
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65.  Yin and yang according to nature includes
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66.  This is not a differentiation of yin and yang according to the balance
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67.  Dull complexion, listlessness, heave sensation of the body, and inclination to huddle up in bed, intolerance of cold, cold limbs, weariness, low and timid voice, anorexia, loose stool, copious clear urine, thick, tender and pale tongue, deep slow or feeble or uneven and thready pulse are symptoms of
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68.  Yin syndrome are called interior syndrome, deficiency syndrome and cold syndrome while yang syndrome are defined as exterior syndrome, excess syndrome, and heat syndrome
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69.  Yang syndrome is characterized by the following signs
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70.  It indicates heat of deficiency type due to insudficiency of yin essence and the consequent failure of yin to supperss yang
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71.  Insuficiency of yang indicates failure of yin to suppress yang due to exhaustion of yang
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72.   free dry throat, vertigo, palpitation, insomnia, hectic fluctuate fever, night sweating, flushing of zygomatic region, red tongue with litter fur, thready and rapid pulse.  these symptoms are characterisitcs of :
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73.  One is nto an Insufficiency of yang signs 
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74.  Depletion of yin is present in the case of domination of heat or in the case of exhaustion of yin, while a constituion with insufficient yang or excessive cold may lead to depletion of yang 
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75.  Thi is a sign of depletion of yin
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76.  Tis is not a sign of depletion of yang
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