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Mass Formation in the Abdomen

Qi and Xue Stagnation

Clinical manifestations

  • Enlargement of the Liver and Spleen
  • Abdominal mass begins soft, but becomes eventually becomes harder
  • Distention, emaciation, fatigue
  • Dark dull facial complexion
  • Poor appetite, dry skin
  • T: Purple spots
  • P: Wiry, tense
  • Cancerous tumors tend to be more blood stagnation than Qi stagnation

Treatment Principle

  • Activate Blood, Yin deficiency unimportant now

Formula

  • Ge Xia Zhu Yu Tang + Shi Xiao San

Phlegm Stagnation

Clinical manifestations

  • Abdominal mass, no pain yet distended and uncomfortable..
  • Mass is movable and soft, but patient dislikes touch.
  • T: Pale
  • P: soft and Slippery

Formula

  • Bao He Wan
  • Er Chen Tang

Zhong Qi Deficiency (sinking, or organ prolapse)

Clinical manifestations

  • Pulling down, or bearing down sensation
  • Qi Deficiency symptoms

Formula

  • Bu Zhong Yi Qi Tang

 


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