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This book is divided into 3 chapters.The first chapter makes an exploration of the theory of sphygmology, mainly gives a new view on the principles of pusle diagnosis and also introduces some ancient methods of pulse diagnosis scattered in the folklore. The second chapter mainly describes the clinical use of pulse diagnosis methods.Chapter three talks about 29 kinds of pulses, focuses on discrimination and experience of pulse,and also combines the cases owned by ancient and modern physicians with some personal clinical to explain how to make use of the diagnosis of both symptom and pulse to apply to clinic.
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Book Description paperback. Condition: New. Ship out in 2 business day, And Fast shipping, Free Tracking number will be provided after the shipment.Paperback. Pub Date :2011-05-01 Pages: 266 Language: Chinese Publisher: People's Health Publishing House . please note that buyers friend ! ! ! . 111-A1; inventory books of the book . the book is stored on a shelf over the front cover of the book there is a slight grinding. new content . to ensure genuine . does not affect you to read and use .13.10.11 Basic information Title : Pulse diagnosis: from beginner to raise price: 29.00 yuan Author : Xu Peiping Press: People's Health Publishing Hous.Four Satisfaction guaranteed,or money back. Seller Inventory # RW029924
Book Description paperback. Condition: New. Language:Chinese.Pages Number: 266 Publisher: People's Health Pub. Date :2011-5-1. Xupei Ping compiled a pulse diagnosis - from beginners to improve. is divided into three chapters. Chapter 1 is to learn about the theory of pulse. the main principle of pulse diagnosis and sub-designate organs method Cunkou basis for proposing a new view. also introduced a number of scattered folklore since ancient pulse diagnosis methods. such as over diagnose the troubles of France. air intake nine pulse met. Seller Inventory # LC1933