Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine: Fundamental Principles 2nd Edition [Hardcover]

ISBN-13: 9781934786413

ISBN-10: 1934786411

Author: Huisheng Xie Dr.; Vanessa Preast Dr.

Edition: 2nd

Publication date:
2013
Publisher:
Chi Intitute Press
Format:
Hardcover 481 pages
Category:
Biology, Medical, Veterinary Medicine, Linguistics & Languages
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Acknowledged author Huisheng Xie Dr.; Vanessa Preast Dr. wrote Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine: Fundamental Principles 2nd Edition [Hardcover] comprising 481 pages back in 2013. Textbook and etextbook are published under ISBN 1934786411 and 9781934786413. Since then Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine: Fundamental Principles 2nd Edition [Hardcover] textbook received total rating of 3.5 stars and was available to sell back to BooksRun online for the top buyback price of $23.23 or rent at the marketplace.


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This edition is an updated and expanded version of its first edition published in 2002, which has been the required textbook of many veterinary acupuncture training programs in USA, Canada, Europe, Australia and Asia. The main goal for this edition was to address our students' and readers' needs by making complicated TCVM concepts easier to understand. To do this, we reorganized and rewrote the material, and print the book in full color to make it more user-friendly. We added images, clinical cases and self-tests to help our readers learn better. 207 tables and 331 images and diagrams clarify the fundamental principles in TCVM. Clinical cases provide practice opportunities for readers to apply their knowledge to situations like those in practice. Self-test questions help the readers review the most important concepts in the chapters. Chapters 1. Yin and Yang 2. Five Element Theory 3. Jing, Qi, Shen, Blood and Body Fluid 4. Zang-Fu Physiology 5. Jing-Luo: the Meridians 6. Etiology and Pathology 7. Diagnostic Methods 8. Primary Diagnostic Systems: Eight Principles and Zang-fu Patterns 9. Diagnostic System for Channels and Lameness 10. Other Diagnostic Systems: Qi-Blood-Body Fluid, Six Channels, Four Stages, and San Jiao Patterns 11. Prevention and Treatment Strategies Appendix A: Chronicle of Chinese History and Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine Appendix B: TCVM Diagnosis Diagrams Appendix C: How to Say Common Chinese Names