Typical TCM Therapy for Lung Cancer, Chinese-English

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Compiled by Wu minhua et al.; Translated by Zhou lu et al.
Published by Shanghai University of Traditional Chinese Medicine
ISBN: 7-81010-791-7; 1st Edition 2004; 1st Printing 2004
Language: Chinese-English; 223 Pages; 5.55x8 inch; Paperback


Brief Description
The series of "An English-Chinese Guide to Clinical Treatment of Common Diseases (more info)" is compiled to assist foreign students to have a better study of clinical knowledge of TCM.  The entire series consists of 10 volumes including this book titled with ‘Typical TCM Therapy for Lung Cancer.’ 

Lung cancer pertains to the concept of "lung stagnation" in TCM. TCM has accumulated rich clinical experience in the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of this disease. 

In recent decades, certain curative effect has been obtained in the treatment of this disease based on the differentiation of syndromes by means of TCM and integrated traditional Chinese and Western medicine. Such a treatment can alleviate suffering of the patients, prolong life and, in some cases, even clinically cure the patients. This treatment not only can partially eliminate and reduce tumor, but also can reduce the post-operational prolepses and metastasis as well as the side effects of chemical therapy. 

This book is compiled based on the materials extensively collected and personal clinical experience.  Detailed explanation is made in this book about the treatment based on syndrome differentiation for lung cancer and other unique therapeutic methods in TCM.  The content is concise in description and easy to understand.  It can serve as a handbook for doctors in clinical practice.

Table of Contents
Part One General introduction
Chapter One Introduction
Chapter Two Diagnostic essentials
      Section One Clinical manifestations
      Section Two Laboratory test
Chapter Three TCM understanding of lung cancer
Part Two Typical therapeutic methods
Chapter One Treatment of lung cancer
      Section One Internal therapy
      Section Two External therapy
      Section Three Acupuncture and moxibustion therapy
      Section Four Dietetic therapy
      Section Five Psychological therapy
Chapter Two Post-operational treatment of lung cancer
      Section One Internal therapy
      Section Two Dietetic therapy
Chapter Three Treatment of lung cancer following radiotherapy
      Section One Internal therapy
      Section Two Dietetic therapy
Chapter Four Treatment of lung cancer following chemotherapy
      Section One Internal therapy
      Section Two Dietetic therapy
Chapter Five Treatment of the main symptoms of lung cancer
      Section One Internal therapy
      Section Two Dietetic therapy
      Section Three Acupuncture and moxibustion therapy
      Section Four Dietetic therapy
Chapter Six Treatment of the complications of lung cancer
      Section One Internal therapy
      Section Two Dietetic therapy
      Section Three Acupuncture and moxibustion therapy
      Section Four Dietetic therapy
Chapter Seven Regimen for lung cancer
Part Three Experience famous senior TCM doctors
Chapter One Professor Hong Guangxiang's experience
      Section One Ideas about the pathogenesis
      Section Two Therapeutic experience and unique treatment
      Section Three Report of typical cases
Chapter Two Professor Chen Uanchang's experience
      Section One Therapeutic experience and unique treatment
      Section Two Report of typical cases
Chapter Three Professor Wu yichun's experience
      Section One Ideas about the pathogenesis
      Section Two Therapeutic experience and unique treatment
      Section Three Report of typical cases
Chapter Four Professor Liu Jiaxiang's experience
      Section One Ideas about the pathogenesis
      Section Two Therapeutic experience and unique treatment
Index


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