After giving an overview of pathological concepts, this course defines syndromes and corresponding energy treatments, according to individual biological terrain (earth, fire, metal, water and wood). Childhood symptoms and adult behaviours are also studied in each biological area.
Semiology of the colon and interrelations with other organs
Syndrome of the colon
Heat in the colon
The colon’s deficiency in liquids
Chapter 5: Water Constitution
Physiology of the kidneys
Semiology of the kidneys and interrelations with the other organs
Kidney Qi is weak
Yang deficiency in the kidneys
Empty yang in the kidneys, water flows out
Yin deficiency in the kidneys
Physiopathology of the bladder
Semiology of the bladder
Syndrome of the bladder
Humidity – heat in the bladder
Chapter 6: Wood Constitution
Physiopathology of the liver
Semiology of the liver and interrelation with the other organs
Physiopathology of the gall bladder
Syndrome of the gall bladder
Marked Activities, Answers, Exam
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