Guangzhou Traditional Chinese Medicine College, China. Translation is an extensive and advanced text on all aspects of Chinese medical diagnostics. Relationships between clinical signs and pathological mechanisms are discussed. For students and practitioners. Expanded-outline format. Halftone illustrations.
A TCM Diagnostic Dream -come -true!, May 11, 2000
Reviewer: Shelly A. Krahn, L.Ac from San Diego, California
As a practicing acupuncturist of 12 years and teacher of this artful medicine, I found this book invaluable for both practioners and students of TCM. The wealth of information on examination methods(i.e.: tongue,pulse,abdomen,almost every aspect of facial diagnosis), 10 questions, and more was impressive! The author gives more than enough information to discern what pattern(s)are present and how to differentiate your diagnosis as well as how to write a report(listing helpful examples for the student or beginning practioner.) It was written in a very readable format and very interesting. Thanks to the author for compiling such a helpful text. I'm recommending it to all my students!