Apoplectic aphasia treated by collaterals-pricking and bleeding method View Full Text


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DATE

2006-02

AUTHORS

Wang Zhan-hui

ABSTRACT

Clinically, apoplectic aphasia is a commonly encountered complication. The patients could suffer a lot, if they could not speak. Aphasia is mostly caused by qi and blood stagnation due to blood stasis, leading to stiffness and deviation of the tongue and hence influencing the speaking and vocal functions. Juquan (Ex-HN 10), Jinjin (Ex-HN 12) and Yuye (Ex-HN 13) have the effects to open the apertures and dredge the collaterals, and Shanglianquan (Extra) also has the effect to promote the throat and open the apertures. Therefore, better therapeutic effect has been achieved in the treatment of aphasia by the collaterals-pricking and bleeding method plus acupuncture on Shanglianquan (Extra). More... »

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63-63

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/bf02852367

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