Module II

  1. Zang Fu:
    • Refers to the organs in TCM, categorized into Zang (solid) and Fu (hollow) organs.
    • Zang organs include Lung, Spleen, Kidney, Liver, Heart, and Pericardium.
    • Fu organs include Large Intestine, Stomach, Bladder, Gallbladder, Small Intestine, and San Jiao.
  2. Chinese Medicine (CM) Principles:
    • Seven Emotional Factors: Joy, Anger, Anxiety, Pensiveness, Grief, Fear, and Fright.
    • Miscellaneous Factors: Diet, Trauma, Lifestyle, Environment, etc.
  3. Differentiation of Syndromes According to the Theory of Six Stages:
    • Describes the progression of diseases through six stages, each associated with specific symptoms and treatments.
  4. Lung as a Zang Organ Detailed Study:
    • Focuses on the anatomical, physiological, and energetic aspects of the Lung in CM.
  5. Large Intestine as a Fu Organ Detailed Study:
    • Similar to the Lung study but focusing on the Large Intestine.
  6. Relationship of the Lung with Channels:
    • Examines how the Lung is connected to the Heart, Liver, Kidneys, and Spleen channels in CM.
  7. Etiology/Pathology/CM Diagnosis/Differentiation & Treatment:
    • Explores various aspects related to common respiratory and systemic disorders like cold, cough, wheezing, asthma, etc.
  8. Auricular related to seminar topic:
    • Auricular acupuncture involves treating points on the ear to influence various parts of the body.
  9. Moxibustion and its usage:
    • A review of Moxibustion which is a traditional Chinese medicine technique that involves burning dried mugwort (moxa) on particular points on the body.
  10. Assignment – 1 detailed case study:
    • Involves presenting a comprehensive case study related to the seminar topics, demonstrating understanding and application of TCM principles in clinical situations.

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