Acupuncture Cases from China

Dengbu, Zhang

  • Publisher Churchill Livingstone (Elsevier)
  • Edition English 1994
  • First published 1989
  • ISBN 044304788

The Chinese authors have collated a wide range of difficult and complex cases and the treatments used to remedy them. This is an invaluable source book for the Western practitioner who does not have the opportunity to learn at first hand from Chinese experience. Each case history is analysed in detail and the method of treatment, and its criteria for selection explained. The book concentrates on more difficult cases because this is where the experience of others has most to teach. The contents list below details the various regions and conditions covered in the book. Designed to introduce professionals and students alike to the principle ideas, concepts and practicalities involved in setting-up and running a successful business.

  • Course relevance Bibliographic
  • ICOM Ref. 211 – DE

Acupuncture Patterns & Practice

LI, X; Zhao, J

  • Publisher Eastland Press
  • Edition 1st
  • First published 1993
  • ISBN 0939616165

A practical, clinically oriented exposition of traditional Chinese diagnosis and acupuncture therapy. The book consists of nine series of cases, each of which is devoted to a type of disorder that is commonly seen in the acupuncture clinic; common cold, cough, dizziness, headache, lower back pain, painful obstruction (bi), wind-stroke, insomnia and palpitations. In each of the 40 illustrative case histories, the authors provide an easy-to-follow, step-by-step method for applying the traditional Chinese diagnostic art of differentiation of patterns to these clinical problems.

  • Course relevance Bibliographic
  • ICOM Ref. 211 – LI