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HST 201 Second Test, February 25 2008 Answer all questions. 1. Besides blood, what is another thing that the Chinese medicinal concept of “Blood” encompasses? Lymph, life force 2. If the Ying protectors move with the Blood, the Wei protectors move along meridian . 3. Lymph and mucus are Ye fluids or inner lubricants 4. As a Jin fluid, the tears have their source in which major Organ Network? stomach 5. What three areas or cavities does the Triple Heater (Burner or Jiao) interrelate? Chest, abdomen, and pelvis 6. What is the function of the Triple Burner? Regulates metabolism and distribution of body fluids (except blood) 7. What is the function of the Liver Network? Stores blood and regulates Qi 8. What is the function of the Spleen Network? Generates and distributes nourishments 9. What is the primary role of the Kidney Network? Stores vital essences 10. What two important organs are considered “strange” and do NOT have meridians? Brain and uterus 11. Along which sequence (or order of the phases) does deficiency move? What about Excess? Deficiency moves along birth/support; excess moves along control/restraint 12. Usually how many Organ Networks are integrally involved in a disease and its diagnosis? Three
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This test prep was uploaded on 04/22/2008 for the course HST 201 taught by Professor Tillman during the Fall '08 term at ASU.

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