People's Medical Publishing House
External medicine, or wai ke, refers to conditions that can be seen by the eye or palpated directly such as traumatic injuries, skin diseases, breast lumps, hemorrhoids, male genital problems and more.
This book is an extremely useful, hands-on guide to the sometimes bewildering variety of raw herbs. Practitioners and students alike will find it a useful aid in the pharmacy; and all herbal dispensaries will find it indispensable for their business.
Authoritatively written, current and concise from both physicians and sufferers of this disease.
Herb-Drug Interactions in Oncology
Introduces readers to the cultural background, origins and historical development of traditional Chinese medicine.
Nine Needles and Twelve Yuan-Source Points examines acupunture channel theory from the point of view of the ancient Chinese medical classic, The Spiritual Pivot (Ling Shu).
PDQ Integrative Oncology: Complementary Therapies in Cancer Care provides oncology professionals with need-to-know information about the data-based utility of complementary therapies
Pediatrics in Chinese Medicine (part of the International Standard Library of Chinese Medicine) is a comprehensive volume that promises to be the standard reference for children's diseases, conditions, and essentials for healthy growth.
Shang Han Lun Study Guide connects the classic theories of the Sudden Hearing Loss with modern clinical applications, based on lectures from the author,
New methods of treating stroke with Chinese medicine have proved effective, and this patient guide gives the theories behind TCM, using acupuncture, herbs, diet and exercise to improve the health of stroke victims.
EENT disorders include many of the most common conditions encountered in clinical practice, affecting women and men, children and the elderly equally.
This text describes the treatment of pain syndromes according to the standard of care practiced among the professional Chinese medicine doctors in modern China.