The classical results of skin diseases

Date of publication:1970-1   Press: People's Medical Publishing House   Author:Liu Jian, Gu Ying with   Pages´╝Ü248  
Preface

Since the publication of the "classic" diabetes "prostatitis effectiveness effectiveness of classic", from the reader calls, letters, we can feel the readers. It is because we are in the preparation process, stressed the importance of "practical, classic," the book of the method has a strong practical significance for reference, physicians and patients. In order to provide better service for readers, we organized the common disease "the effectiveness of classics" series, still follow the style of the past, emphasizing practicality, and strive to build the Chinese medicine books fit patients actual demand, good. Single copies to some common diseases as the theme, introduces in detail the understanding, modern medical treatment; TCM syndrome differentiation, Chinese medicine therapy, external therapy of traditional Chinese medicine, prescription therapy, effective prescription therapy, Jane Fonda therapy, food therapy. Methods of treating selected are simple method through clinical verification, easy to learn. Because the traditional Chinese medicine is highly professional, please be sure to use under the guidance of professional doctor of traditional Chinese medicine prescriptions are included in the book, especially drug use some toxic reaction and side effects (such as aconite, monkshood etc.) must be careful. Hope the prescriptions in this book, can help you and your family healthy!
Summary

"Classic" the effectiveness of skin disease is "the effectiveness of the classic series" skin disorders in fascicles, systematically summarizes the eczema, seborrheic dermatitis, neurodermatitis, acne, skin itching, warts, chloasma, vitiligo, alopecia areata, psoriasis, psoriasis, urticaria, herpes zoster of traditional Chinese medicine effective treatment, including the syndrome differentiation and treatment, clinical side effects, commonly used in short, food therapy.
Catalogue of books

The first chapter introduction section skin anatomy and physiology, anatomy of a skin layer two, the physiological functions of the skin second skin diseases, symptoms, signs of a two second chapter eczema first western medicine therapy, diagnosis, treatment of a two second day syndrome differentiation treatment, etiology and pathogenesis, syndrome differentiation and treatment in section third, two external therapy of traditional Chinese medicine fourth day prescription therapy fifth effective prescription therapy sixth day Jane Fonda therapy seventh day food therapy third chapter seborrheic dermatitis first western medicine therapy, diagnosis, treatment of a two section second TCM treatment in section third section fourth prescription therapy effective prescription therapy fifth day Jane Fonda therapy sixth day food therapy fourth chapter nerve the first section of Western medicine therapy dermatitis, diagnosis, treatment of second day of two TCM treatment a, etiology and pathogenesis, syndrome differentiation and treatment of two third section of external therapy of traditional Chinese medicine fourth day prescription therapy fifth effective prescription therapy sixth day Jane Fonda therapy seventh day food therapy fifth chapter acne first western medicine therapy, diagnosis, treatment of a two second section a, TCM treatment of etiology and pathogenesis, syndrome differentiation and treatment of two third section of external therapy of traditional Chinese medicine fourth day prescription therapy fifth section effect Section sixth of seventh short side therapy therapy festival food therapy sixth chapter pruritus first western medicine therapy, diagnosis, treatment of a two second day treatment section third TCM External Therapy of traditional Chinese medicine fourth day prescription therapy fifth effective prescription therapy sixth day Jane Fonda therapy seventh day food therapy seventh chapter wart first western medicine therapy, diagnosis two, treatment second TCM treatment a, etiology and pathogenesis, syndrome differentiation and treatment of two third section of external therapy of traditional Chinese medicine fourth day prescription therapy fifth effective prescription therapy sixth day Jane Fonda therapy seventh day food therapy eighth chapter chloasma first western medicine therapy, diagnosis, treatment of a two second day syndrome differentiation treatment, cause a pathogenesis, syndrome differentiation and treatment of two third section of external therapy of traditional Chinese medicine fourth day prescription therapy fifth effective prescription therapy sixth day Jane Fonda therapy seventh day food therapy ninth chapter alopecia areata first western medicine therapy, diagnosis, treatment of a two second day syndrome differentiation treatment, etiology and pathogenesis, syndrome differentiation and treatment of two third section of external therapy of traditional Chinese medicine therapy fourth prescription therapy fifth effective prescription therapy sixth day Jane Fonda therapy seventh day food therapy tenth chapter first western medicine therapy of vitiligo One, two, second section diagnosis treatment TCM treatment a, etiology and pathogenesis, syndrome differentiation and treatment of two third section of external therapy of traditional Chinese medicine fourth day prescription therapy fifth effective prescription therapy sixth day Jane Fonda therapy seventh day food therapy eleventh chapter tinea first western medicine therapy, diagnosis, treatment of a two second day a TCM treatment the etiology and pathogenesis, syndrome differentiation and treatment two, third section of external therapy of traditional Chinese medicine fourth day prescription therapy fifth Jane Fonda therapy twelfth chapter psoriasis first western medicine therapy, diagnosis, treatment of a two second day syndrome differentiation treatment, etiology and pathogenesis, syndrome differentiation and treatment of two third section of external therapy of traditional Chinese medicine fourth day prescription therapy fifth section sixth formulas for effective prescription therapy therapy seventh day food therapy thirteenth chapter urticaria first western medicine therapy, diagnosis, treatment of a two second day syndrome differentiation treatment, etiology and pathogenesis, syndrome differentiation in the treatment of two third section of external therapy of traditional Chinese medicine fourth day prescription therapy fifth effective prescription therapy sixth day Jane Fonda therapy Seventh Festival food the fourteenth chapter first day treatment of herpes zoster in western medicine, diagnosis, treatment of a two second day syndrome differentiation treatment, etiology and pathogenesis, syndrome differentiation and treatment of third two Section of external therapy of traditional Chinese medicine fourth day prescription therapy fifth effective prescription therapy sixth day Jane Fonda therapy seventh day food therapy chapter fifteenth commonly used Chinese and Western medicine section of Chinese patent medicines for second commonly used western medicine, anti infective drugs two, Keratoplastic and dissolved medicine three, corticosteroid, four other drugs
Chapter excerpt

Anatomy and physiology of the skin is coated on the surface of the body in direct contact with the outside world the first section of the skin, has important function. The skin from the epidermis, dermis and subcutaneous tissue, and blood vessels, lymphatic vessels and nerves as well as derived from epidermal structure, such as a finger (toe), sweat and sebaceous glands, hair follicles, and etc.. A normal adult skin surface area is 1.5 ~ 2M2, the epidermis and dermis weight for weight of 5% ~ 8%, including the subcutaneous tissue of body weight about 16%, therefore, the skin is regarded as the largest organ of the body. The skin is attached to the deep tissue, and the formation depth of groove is affected by the fiber bundle arranging and tension, called sulci skin; skin ditch triangle or polygon uplift called the dermal ridges; skin ridges in the finger flexor side the most obvious and furrow constitute the special texture, called finger (toe) lines, there are three common types: bow, bucketAnd the dustpan shaped. Throughout the body the skin thickness is not uniform, the average is 0.5 ~ 4mm (not including the subcutaneous adipose tissue), the thickness of the skin is different according to age, gender, location, occupation, the different types of jobs. Generally speaking, the same limb and trunk extensor side skin is thick, palmoplantar, hip, shoulder, occipital and posterior skin thickness, ears, eyelids and vulvar skin the most thin. The outermost layer of epidermis, anatomical level 1 a skin in the skin, for stratified squamous keratinized epithelial tissue. Each part of the body skin of different thickness, usually 0.07 ~ 1.2mm. The various parts of the difference is big, the palm of your hand and foot can be up to 0.8 ~ 1.4mm, and the eyelid skin thickness is less than 0.1mm. The epidermis is mainly composed of epithelial cells and dendritic cells, the final stage of epithelial cell development and differentiation is the formation of keratin containing keratinocytes, called keratinocytes; dendritic cells derived from the embryonic neural crest, including melanocytes, Langer Hans cells and Merkel cells. 2 epidermal and dermal epidermal and dermal junction connected by subepidermal basement membrane zone composition, thickness 0.5 ~ 1um.
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