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Clinical Handbook of Internal Medicine, Vol. 3

Clinical Handbook of Internal Medicine, Vol. 3

2010 (reprint 2017), 982 pages

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This is the third and final volume of a 3-volume TCM clinical formulary by Will Maclean and Jane Lyttleton.
This volume of the Clinical Handbook series examines disorders of the qi, blood, fluids and channels, that is to say the matrix that forms the communication network between the organ systems and their associated tissues.
Included within each chapter are concise analyses of various patterns, their etiology, differentiation and diagnosis, suggested treatments including time tested herbal prescriptions, prepared medicines produced by GMP compliant manufacturers, acupuncture protocols and clinical advice from experienced practitioners. This text is an extremely practical guide to common disorders seen in Chinese medicine clinics in the Western world.

The following topics are included in this volume:
Abdominal masses
Colds and flu, persistent
Fainting and funny turns
Fever, acute
Fever, chronic
Hu Huo disease (and chronic inflammation)
Lingering pathogens
Muscular weakness and atrophy
Numbness and paresthesia
Painful obstruction syndrome
Thyroid disorders

Maclean, W.

Will Maclean
studied Chinese medicine in Australia and China, and has been in practice since 1987. He is the author, with Jane Lyttleton, of the Clinical Handbook series, and with Kathryn Taylor of the Clinical Manual of Chinese Herbal Patent Medicines. He has lectured in Australia and New Zealand, the United States, Europe and South Africa, and continues to be actively involved in the development and practice of Chinese medicine.

Lyttleton, J.

Jane Lyttleton
began her studies in science in New Zealand and then London with doctoral studies in genetics before succumbing to the siren song of Chinese medicine. She is the author of Treatment of Infertility with Chinese Medicine (Elsevier) and is in great demand world wide as a lecturer. She has always had a keen interest in the way Chinese medicine can be applied to gynecological disorders in a modern western context, and has run Chinese medicine clinics in women´s health centres and medical centres since the early 1980s. In addition to her own busy practice she has established a number of clinics which work closely with IVF clinics and the University of Western Sydney, and which are providing the platform for data collection and clinical research.

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