Sign and syndromes explored starting from the Classics and used to understand our patients and their clinical conditions. 7 clinical cases are fully described to help orientation in diagnosis and treatment.
Constraint yu 郁 was said “the origin of most of illnesses” by Wang Lu (1332-1391), but already in Suwen (ch. 21) we read that “in strong people qi circulates and therefore illnesses resolve themselves. … In weak people qi becomes stuck and the result is illness.”
Fanzao 烦 躁: significance of the common symptom of internal restlessness and external agitation.
Internal heat neire 内热: excess of emotions transforms into heat, which consumes yin and zang and generates illness (wuzhi huare theory 五志化热) developed by Liu Wansu (1120-1200) and then Li Dongyuan and Zhu Danxi.
Bentunqi 奔豚气, meiheqi 梅核气, zangzao 脏 躁, and baihebing 百合病 were described in Jingui yaolue (220 CE), now listed by modern Chinese texts as emotional illnesses.
Diankuang 癫 狂: manifestations and causes of this severe mental condition according to Nanjing (ch.59) and the following traditional medical thought. A comparison with actual conventional psychiatry is depicted.
Each content is explored through examples from our daily clinic, taking also into account some problematic issues concerning the therapeutic relationship.
Explore classical signs as constraint yu 郁, fanzao 烦 躁, neire 内热.
Explore classical syndromes as bentunqi 奔豚气, meiheqi 梅核气, zangzao 脏 躁, and baihebing 百合病.
Explore the classical syndrome diankuang 癫 狂.
Discuss classical signs and syndromes through actual clinical cases.
0 hrs - 30 min
Fanzao - restlessness and agitation.
30 min - 1.25 hrs
Yu - constraint + cases.
1.25 hrs - 1.75 hrs
Bentunqi + case.
1.75 hrs - 2.25 hrs
Zangzao + case.
2.25 hrs - 2.5 hrs
Meiheqi + case.
2.5 hrs - 2.75 hrs
Baihebing + case.
2.75 hrs - 3.5 hrs
Diankuang + case.
Elisa Rossi is a PhD, MD, Psychiatrist, Acupuncturist and Licensed Psychotherapist. In 1983, after a 3-year Course in Acupuncture in Milan, Elisa attended the Training Course of TCM in Beijing. She went back to China 7 more times gaining clinical experience in the TCM Departments of Beijing, Nanjing, Shanghai, Jinan.
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