LITERATURE RESEARCH OF CHINESE MEDICAL SYNDROMES AND PRESCRIPTION DRUG LAW OF PSORIASIS
Journal: Asian Pacific Journal of Microbiology Research (AJMR)
Author: Chen Kecun, Zhao Manchen, Zhan Weiwei, Xia Weiyi, Song Yi and Hao Yiming
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Analysis psoriasis syndrome characteristics and prescription drug law, provide the basis for Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) clinical. Methods: Computer retrieval and artificial retrieval method of combining retrospective study of literature in the 1980-2011 domestic journals. Results: We search the literature to meet the requirements of a total of 60. The common syndromes of psoriasis are intrinsic blood heat, blood deficiency and wind-dryness, Qi and blood stasis. The three governing law of psoriasis are clearing heat and cooling blood, nourishing yin for moistening dryness, promoting blood circulation for removing blood stasis. Habitat, angelica, red peony, salvia is each type commonly used in traditional Chinese medicine. Conclusion: The literature mining TCM syndrome type and prescription medication law has certain guiding significance for TCM clinical diagnosis and treatment of psoriasis.