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作       者:周永红

出  版  社:暨南大学出版社

出版时间:2016-06-01

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       《实用中医学基础》(全英版)全面整理和收集了中医学课程中的重和精华部分,全书内容涉及阴阳五行、藏象、气血津液、经络、病因病机、诊断方法、辨证论治和中药学基础等多个部分的内容,内容丰富多彩,讲解深浅出,偏重临床实践,提倡学以致用。<br/>【作者】<br/>周永红,女,1976年生,中共党员,副教授,硕士研究生导师。现任暨南大学医学院中医系副教授,长期担任国际学院中医学全英课程的教学工作。暨南大学工作至今以作者身份在核心期刊发表学术论文16篇,参编专业学术著作4部,主持广东省自然科学基金和中医药管理局课题各一项,主持校级课题两项。   副主编个人简介:  陈利国,男,1960年生,中共党员。教授,博士生导师。现任暨南大学医学院党委书记。广东省千百十工程优秀人才培养对象,广东省学位委员会第三届学科评议组成员。兼任中国中西医结合学会血瘀证与活血化瘀专业委员会副主任委员,广东省中西医结合学会常务委员、中青年专业委员会副主任委员,广东省中医药学会常务委员、中医基础理论专业委员会副主任委员。承担多项*和省部级基金课题,出版著作10余部,发表学术论文60余篇。   陈孝银:男,1970年6月生,安徽芜湖人,医学博士,教授。1993年安徽中医学院中医学本科毕业,1999广州中医药大学中医基础专业博士毕业。1999年7月至今在暨南大学医学院中医系工作,期间曾作为高级访问学者在美国纽约州立大学工作学习。1993年以来,主要从事中医基础理论的教学与科研工作。   朱晓峰,男,1975年生,副教授、副主任医师、硕士生导师、广东省名中医学术继承人。1998年毕业于河南中医学院,获学士学位。2009年毕业于暨南大学医学院,获博士学位。2013年6月至2014年6月在耶鲁大学医学院做访问学者。2015年作为学术继承人师从广东省名中医陈利国教授。主要从事中医、中西医结合防治老年病的临床与科研工作,承担或参与国家及省部级科研课题10余项,获得省部级科研奖励3项。教学上为本科生讲授《中医学》、《中成药》等课程。  <br/>
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PREFACE

CHAPTER Ⅰ A GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF THE HISTORY OF CHINESE MEDICINE

1.1 The origination and development of the theory of Chinese medicine

1.2 The characteristics of Chinese medicine

1.2.1 Holism

1.2.2 Syndrome Differentiation

CHAPTER Ⅱ YIN-YANGAND FIVE ELEMENTS

2.1 Yin-yang theory

2.1.1 The opposition and interdependence of yin and yang

2.1.2 The wane and wax and inter-transformation of yin and yang

2.2 The theory of the five elements

2.2.1 Attribution of things to the five elements

2.2.2 The inter-generation,inter-restraint,over-restraint and counter-restraint relation of the five elements

2.2.2.1 The inter-generation relation of the five elements

2.2.2.2 The inter-restriction relation of the five elements

2.2.2.3 The over-restriction relation of the five elements

2.2.2.4 The counter-restriction relation of the five elements

2.2.3 Application of the theory of the five elements

2.3 Conclusion

CHAPTER Ⅲ ZANG-FUORGANS

3.1 Five zang organs

3.1.1 Heart

3.1.1.1 Main physiological functions of the heart

3.1.1.2 The relationship of the heart with other body organs

3.1.1.3 Physiological characteristics of the heart

3.1.2 Liver

3.1.2.1 Main physiological functions of the liver

3.1.2.2 The relationship of the liver with other body organs

3.1.2.3 Physiological characteristics of the liver

3.1.3 Spleen

3.1.3.1 Main physiological functions of the spleen

3.1.3.2 The relationship of the spleen with other body organs

3.1.3.3 Physiological characteristics of the spleen

3.1.4 Lung

3.1.4.1 Main physiological functions of the lung

3.1.4.2 The relationship of the lung with other body organs

3.1.4.3 Physiological characteristics of the lung

3.1.5 Kidney

3.1.5.1 Main physiological functions of the kidney

3.1.5.2 The relationship of the kidney with other body organs

3.1.5.3 Physiological characteristics of the kidney

3.1.6 Pericardium

3.2 Six fu organs

3.2.1 Gall bladder

3.2.2 Stomach

3.2.3 Large intestine

3.2.4 Small intestine

3.2.5 Urinary bladder

3.2.6 San-jiao

3.3 Extraordinary organs

3.3.1 The brain

3.3.2 Uterus

3.3.2.1 Kidney

3.3.2.2 Liver

3.3.2.3 Ren channel and Chong channel

3.4 The relationship Between internal organs

3.4.1 The relationship between the heart and the small intestine

3.4.2 The relationship between the lung and the large intestine

3.4.3 The relationship between the spleen and the stomach

3.4.4 The relationship between the liver and the gall bladder

3.4.5 The relationship between the kidney and the urinary bladder

CHAPTER Ⅳ QI,BLOOD AND BODY FLUID

4.1 Qi

4.1.1 The concept of qi

4.1.2 The formation of qi

4.1.3 The functions of qi

4.1.3.1 Promoting action

4.1.3.2 Warming action

4.1.3.3 Defending action

4.1.3.4 Consolidating action

4.1.3.5 Transformation action

4.1.4 The movement of qi

4.1.5 The classification of qi

4.1.5.1 Primordial qi

4.1.5.2 Pectoral qi

4.1.5.3 Nutrient qi

4.1.5.4 Defensive qi

4.2 Blood

4.2.1 The concept of blood

4.2.2 The formation of blood

4.2.3 The functions of blood

4.2.4 The circulation of blood

4.3 Body fluid

4.3.1 The concept of body fluid

4.3.2 The formation,distribution and excretion of body fluid

4.3.3 The functions of body fluid

4.3.3.1 Moisturizing and nourishing

4.3.3.2 As a component of blood

4.4 The relationship between qi,blood and body fluid

4.4.1 The relationship between qi and blood

4.4.1.1 Qi as the commander of blood

4.4.1.2 Blood as“the mother”of qi

4.4.2 The relationship between qi and body fluid

4.4.2.1 Qi can produce body fluid

4.4.2.2 Qi can promote body fluid circulation

4.4.2.3 Qi can consolidate body fluid

4.4.2.4 Body fluid as the carrier of qi

4.4.3 The relationship between blood and body fluid

CHAPTER Ⅴ CHANNELS AND COLLATERALS

5.1 The concept of the channels and collaterals

5.2 The composition of the channels and collaterals

5.2.1 The twelve regular channels

5.2.2 The eight extra channels

5.2.3 The fifteen collaterals

5.3 The law governing the course,direction,joint of the Twelve Channels

5.4 The distributing law of the Twelve Channels

5.5 The exterior-interior relationship between the Twelve Channels

5.6 The flowing order of the Twelve Channels

5.7 The functions of channels and collaterals

CHAPTER Ⅵ ETIOLOGY

6.1 Six exogenous factors

6.1.1 Wind

6.1.2 Cold

6.1.3 Summer heat

6.1.4 Damp

6.1.5 Dryness

6.1.6 Fire

6.2 Seven emotional factors

6.2.1 Concept of seven emotional factors

6.2.2 Relationship with zang-fu organs

6.2.3 The pathogenic features of the seven emotions

6.3 Miscellaneous pathogenic factors

6.3.1 Improper diet,overstrain,stress and lack of physical exercise

6.3.1.1 Improper diet

6.3.1.2 Over strain,stress and lack of physical exercise

6.3.2 Traumatic injuries

6.3.3 Stagnant blood and phlegm

6.3.4 Stagnant blood

6.3.5 Phlegm

CHAPTER Ⅶ DIAGNOSTIC METHODS

7.1 Inspection

7.1.1 Observation of the expression

7.1.2 Observation of the color

7.1.3 Observation of the appearance

7.1.4 Observation of the tongue

7.1.4.1 Tongue proper

7.1.4.2 Tongue fur

7.2 Auscultation and olfaction

7.2.1 Listening

7.2.2 Smelling

7.3 Inquiring

7.3.1 Chills and fever

7.3.2 Perspiration

7.3.3 Food and drink,appetite and taste

7.3.4 Defecation and urination

7.3.5 Pain

7.3.6 Sleep

7.3.7 Menses and leucorrhea

7.4 Palpation

7.4.1 Feeling the pulse

7.4.2 Palpation of channels and points

CHAPTER Ⅷ PATHOGENESIS

8.1 Disharmony of yin and yang

8.2 Conflict between anti-pathogenic qi and pathogenic qi

8.3 Abnormal descending and ascending of qi

CHAPTER Ⅸ DIFFERENTIATION OF SYNDROMES

9.1 Eight principles for differentiation of syndromes

9.2 Exterior and interior

9.3 Cold and heat

9.4 Deficiency and excess

9.5 Yin and yang

CHAPTER Ⅹ CHINESE MATERIA MEDICA

10.1 Properties and actions of Chinese medicinal herbs

10.1.1 Four natures and five flavors

10.1.1.1 Four natures

10.1.1.2 Five flavors

10.1.2 Lifting,lowering,floating and sinking

10.1.3 Meridian tropism

10.1.4 Toxicity

10.1.4.1 Strictly processing

10.1.4.2 Control of dosage

10.1.4.3 Notes of application

10.2 Processing of Chinese medicine herbs

10.2.1 Purposes of processing Chinese medicinal herbs

10.2.2 Methods of processing of medicinal materials

10.3 Compatibility of Chinese medicinal herbs

10.4 Contraindication of Chinese medicinal herbs

10.4.1 Prescription incompatibility

10.4.2 Contraindication of Chinese medicinal herbs in pregnancy

10.4.3 Dietetic restraint

10.5 Dosage and administration

10.5.1 Dosage

10.5.2 Administration

10.5.2.1 Methods of decocting Chinese medicinal herbs

10.5.2.2 Methods of taking Chinese medicinal herbs

10.6 Specific discussion—restoratives

10.6.1 Restoratives for invigorating qi

10.6.1.1 Renshen(Radix Ginseng)

10.6.1.2 Dangshen(Radix Codonopsis)

10.6.1.3 Xiyangshen(Radix Panacis Quinquefolii)

10.6.1.4 Huangqi(Radix Astragali)

10.6.1.5 Baizhu(Rhizoma Atractylodis Macrocephalae)

10.6.1.6 Shanyao(Rhizoma Dioscoreae)

10.6.1.7 Gancao (Radix Glycyrrhizae)

10.6.2 Restoratives for reinforcing yang

10.6.2.1 Lurong (Cornu Cervi Pantotrichum)

10.6.2.2 Bajitian (Radix Morindae Officinalis)

10.6.2.3 Yinyanghuo(Herba Epimedii)

10.6.2.4 Roucongrong (Herba Cistanchis)

10.6.2.5 Yizhiren(Fructus Alpiniae Oxyphyllae)

10.6.2.6 Buguzhi(Fructus Psoraleae)

10.6.2.7 Tusizi(Semen Cuscutae)

10.6.2.8 Dongchongxiacao(Cordyceps)

10.6.2.9 Duzhong(Cortex Eucommiae)

10.6.3 Restoratives for nourishing the blood

10.6.3.1 Danggui (Radix Angelicae Sinensis)

10.6.3.2 Shudihuang (Radix Rehmanniae Praeparata)

10.6.3.3 Heshouwu(Radix Polygoni Multiflori)

10.6.3.4 Baishaoyao(Radix Paeoniae Alba)

10.6.3.5 Ejiao(Colla Corii Asini)

10.6.4 Restoratives for nourishing yin

10.6.4.1 Beishashen(Radix Glehniae)

10.6.4.2 Maimendong(Radix Ophiopogonis)

10.6.4.3 Huangjing(Rhizoma Polygonati)

10.6.4.4 Shihu(Herba Dendrobii)

10.6.4.5 Gouqizi(Fructus Lycii)

10.6.4.6 Biejia (Carapax Trionycis)

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