Splenic Diseases

Publication Title: 
The Practitioner
Author(s): 
Blackburn, E. K.
Publication Title: 
Gastroenterologia Y Hepatologia

Correspondence is an important source of documentation for studying health and, therefore, the gastrointestinal symptoms of diseases. We studied the gastrointestinal disease described in the Monumenta Borgia collection, which contains documents from the 16th century, mainly letters about Francis Borgia, the last great figure of a family originally from Valencia and with universal significance.

Author(s): 
Devesa Jord‡, Francesc
Publication Title: 
Zhongguo Zhen Jiu = Chinese Acupuncture & Moxibustion

OBJECTIVE: To make multi-central clinical evaluation of the massage for supplementing qi and removing obstruction in the Governor Vessel for treatment of infantile diarrhea due to spleen deficiency. METHODS: By using multi-central, randomized and controlled method, 275 cases were randomly divided into an observation group (n = 137) and a control group (n = 138).

Author(s): 
Wang, Hua-Lan
Zhang, Shi-Qing
Zhang, Pu-Lin
Geng, Xiang-Ju
Yan, Xiao-Hui
Zhang, Shu-Jun
Lang, Min
Wang, Zhe
Lin, Guo-Ping
Chen, Jian-Hui
Publication Title: 
Chinese Medical Journal

BACKGROUND: Spleen in Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) is not actually the spleen in the anatomic sense designated in western medicine because its functions basically belong to the physiological category of digestive system in modern medicine, and it represents a macroscopic concept of digestion, absorption and nutrition metabolism. Spleen deficiency syndrome refers to the clinical phenomena such as hypofunction of digestion, absorption and nutrition metabolism.

Author(s): 
Yin, Guang-yao
Zhang, Wu-ning
Shen, Xiao-jing
He, Xue-fen
Chen, Yi
Publication Title: 
Chinese Medical Journal

BACKGROUND: Most of the studies on traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) 'spleen' deficiency syndrome in the recent 30 years were conducted only on the basis of single functional index, neglecting the study on the pathophysiologic internal relationship between spleen deficiency syndrome and gastric diseases in modern medicine. But it was at the subcellular molecular biological level that we explored the pathophysiologic basis of classification of spleen deficiency in chronic gastritis by detecting the bioactive substances in gastric mucosa nuclei and mitochondria.

Author(s): 
Yin, Guang-yao
Chen, Yi
Shen, Xiao-jing
He, Xue-fen
Zhang, Wu-ning
Publication Title: 
Zhong Xi Yi Jie He Xue Bao = Journal of Chinese Integrative Medicine

OBJECTIVE: To investigate the changes of neuropeptides content in a rat model of spleen-deficiency syndrome. METHODS: Rats were randomly divided into three groups: normal group, untreated group and treatment group. There were ten rats in each group. Spleen-deficiency syndrome was induced by intragastrically administration of rhubarb concentrate in rats of the untreated and treatment group. The rats in the treatment group were intragastrically administered with Sijunzi decoction, a traditional Chinese compound herbal medicine for strengthening spleen and supporting qi.

Author(s): 
Liu, Qun
Cai, Gan
Publication Title: 
BMC gastroenterology

BACKGROUND: In Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) theory, functional dyspepsia (FD) can be divided into different syndromes according to different clinical symptoms and signs, and the most common one is spleen-deficiency and qi-stagnation syndrome that can be treated by Chinese traditional patent medicine--two kinds of Zhizhu pills, between which the primary difference in ingredients is that one contains immature orange fruit of Citrus aurantium L.(IFCA) and the other contains that of Citrus sinensis Osbeck (IFCS).

Author(s): 
Wu, Hongli
Jing, Zhiwei
Tang, Xudong
Wang, Xinyue
Zhang, Shengsheng
Yu, Yanan
Wang, Zhong
Cao, Hongxin
Huang, Luqi
Yu, Youhua
Wang, Yongyan
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