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  TCM INTRODUCTION TCM YIN-YANG AND THE FIVE ELEMENTS
  TCM VISCERAL MANIFESTATION TCM QI, BLOOD, BODY FLUID AND VITALITY
  TCM MERIDIANS TCM FIVE ETIOLOGY AND PATHOGENESIS
  TCM PATHOLOGICAL MECHANISM TCM PRINCIPLES OF TREATMENT AND PREVENTION
TCM VISCERAL MANIFESTATION
  Introduction
V. Common Physiological Characteristics of Zang-viscera and Fu-Viscera
 The Characteristics of Visceral Manifestation Theory
 The Main Content of the Visceral Manifestation Theory
The Basic of Visceral Manifestation Theory
Basic Concept of Visceral Manifestation
  Five Zang-Viscera
TCM The Heart(Appendix: Pericardium)
 Physiological Characteristics of the Heart
 The Relationship of the Heart to other Organs
 Physiological Functions of the Heart
TCM The lung
 Physiological Characteristics of the Lung
The Relationship of the Lung to other Organs
The Relationship of the Lung to other Organs
1.Physiological Functions of the Lung
TCM The Spleen
Physiological Characteristics of the Spleen
The Relationship of the Spleen to other Organs
Physiological Function of the Spleen
TCM The Liver
 Physiological Characteristics of the Liver
 The Relationship of the Liver to other Organs
Physiological Functions of the Liver
TCM The Kidney
The Vital Gate as the Motive Power of Qi
Appendix: The Vital Gate
Appendix: The Vital Gate
Physiological Characteristics of the Kidney
 The Relationship of the Kidney to other Organs
 Physiological Functions of the Kidney
Appendix: The Vital Gate
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  The Six Fu-Viscera
VI.The Triple-Jiao
The Urinary Bladder
 The Large Intestine
The Small Intestine
II.The Stomach
The Gallbladder
  Extraordinary
V. The Uterus
IV. The Vessels
III. The Bone
II. The Marrow
I. The Brain
  The Relationship between the Zang-Viscera and Fu-Viscera
TCM The Relationship Between the Zang-Viscera
I. The Relationship Between the Zang-Viseera
TCM The Relationships Between the Zang-Viscera and Fu-Viscera
The Relationships Between the Zang-Viscera and Fu-Viscera
TCM The Kidney and the Bladder
 The Relationships Among the Fu-Viseera
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