The Foundations of Chinese Medicine






The Foundations of Chinese Medicine: A Comprehensive Text, 3e 

Giovanni Maciocia CAc(Nanjing) 

"For the understudy or expert of Chinese medication this is a conclusive course reading." Reviewed by Jim Young in the interest of glycosmedia.com, Aug 2015 

25th Anniversary release of the Western world's top of the line book on Chinese medication! 

Legitimate, consecutive association works from essential hypothetical ideas, through elements of individual organs, conclusion, pathology, design acknowledgment and sickness classifications, and the proper utilization of needle therapy focuses 

Unmistakably clarifies the hypothesis and practice of Chinese Medicine to Western restorative crowds 

In light of a one of a kind and priceless mix of broad clinical involvement with the West, current Chinese Medicine reading material and antiquated sources, specifically, the 'Yellow Emperor's Classic of Internal Medicine' (Nei Jing) and the 'Exemplary of Difficulties' (Nan Jing) 

Incorporates Pinyin reciprocals to make it promptly obvious which unique term is being deciphered 

Liberally outlined with more than 750 line drawings and in excess of 1000 tables and boxes intended to accentuate the key realities 

End of part Learning Outcomes call attention to 'must-know' data 

Cases Studies and Case Histories apply hypothesis to conclusion and treatment, breathing life into the subject in a practical setting 

A broad Glossary clarifies new terms and their roots from interpretation 

Extra Appendices list Prescriptions, Bibliography and Chinese Chronology 

Created by Giovanni Maciocia, one of the Western world's driving topic specialists 

A going with EVOLVE site gives more than 650 self-testing questions and replies to assist perusers with checking their comprehension of oftentimes complex data 

New Case Histories help 'breath life into the subject' 

Extended branch of knowledge inclusion including new clinical rules and extra needle therapy point blends 

Contains further investigation of needle therapy point activities 

Imaginative rules help understudies learning Chinese Medicine designs

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