CMPR121. Session 13. Small Intestine

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1 CMPR121 Session 13 Small Intestine Chinese Medicine Department

2 Small Intestine o Separates the pure from the impure o Receives & transports food o Separates fluids o Is responsible for discernment Endeavour College of Natural Health 2

3 Food transformation Spleen Small Intestine Kidney Yang Bladder Small Intestine Fluid transformation Endeavour College of Natural Health 3

4 Small Intestine o It s yin yang partner is? o It s 6 division partner is? How might these connections affect the type or progression of disease? Endeavour College of Natural Health 4

5 Small Intestine Channel Patterns Endeavour College of Natural Health 5

6 Small Intestine Channel Pathology Shoulder and scapula pain. Pain in the elbow or lateral aspect of the arm. Neck stiffness. Ear pathologies. External pathogenic attack via Tai Yang. Small Intestine Channel (Maciocia, p.88). Endeavour College of Natural Health 6

7 Small Intestine Organ Patterns Endeavour College of Natural Health 7

8 Small Intestine Organ Patterns o Abdominal Pain is the key symptom of Small Intestine organ pathologies. o In modern day practice this often presents clinically with celiacs, colitis, Chrohns and other inflammatory or autoimmune conditions. o Small Intestine Patterns are usually linked with a pathology of another organ such as the Spleen, Liver or Heart. Endeavour College of Natural Health 8

9 Full Heat in the Small Intestine Abdominal pain Tongue ulcers Scanty dark painful urination Thirst for cold liquids Mental restlessness Insomnia Deafness Uncomfortable feeling & heat in chest Small Intestine Qi pain Lower abdominal twisting pain (which may extend to the back) Abdominal distention Dislike of pressure on the abdomen Borborygmi Flatulence which relieves abdominal pain Pain in the testis Small Intestine Qi tied Severe abdominal pain Dislike of pressure Abdominal distention Constipation Vomiting Borborygmi Flatulence Acute T: Red with redder swollen tip & yellow coating. P: Overflowing & Rapid esp. in front left. If urinary symptoms are involved the left rear position may be wiry. Treatment Principle: Drain Heart and Small Intestine Fire T: White coating. P: Deep & wiry esp. rear positions. Treatment Principle: Move Small Intestine Qi, promote the smooth flow of Liver Qi. T: Thick white coating. P: Deep & wiry. Treatment Principle: Remove obstruction from the Lower Jiao, move Qi of the Small Intestine Endeavour College of Natural Health 9

10 Infestation of worms in the Small Intestine Abdominal pain & distention Bad taste in the mouth Sallow complexion Roundworms: abdominal pain, vomiting of round worms & cold limbs Hookworms: desire to eat strange objects such as soil, wax, etc Small Intestine deficient & cold (Linked to Spleen Yang Xu) Dull abdominal pain alleviated by pressure Desire for hot drinks Borborygmi Diarrhoea Pale & abundant urination Cold limbs Pinworms: itchy anus, worse in the evening Tapeworms: constant hunger Herbs or pharmaceutical preparations are most effective. T: Pale body with a white coat P: Deep slow & weak Treatment Principle: Expel Worms Treatment Principle: Expel cold, warm the Intestines, tonify Spleen Yang.

11 Self Directed Learning Please complete the Self-assessment questions and Learning tips at the end of the chapter on Small Intestine pattern differentiation in the Foundations text (p.685 in the 3 rd ed.). The next session is on the Liver. Please review the role of the Liver in the body and read the Chapter on Liver pattern differentiation in the Foundations text (p.529 in the 3 rd ed.). Endeavour College of Natural Health 11

12 References Maciocia, G. (2006). The channels of acupuncture: Clinical use of the secondary channels and the eight extraordinary vessels. Philadelphia, USA: Elsevier. Maciocia, G. (2005). The foundations of Chinese medicine, 2nd edn. Edinburgh: Churchill Livingstone. Ellis, A. Wiseman,N. Boss, K. Cleaver, J. (2004). Fundamentals of Chinese Acupuncture. Taos, New Mexico: Paradigm Publications. Endeavour College of Natural Health 12

13 Endeavour College of Natural Health endeavour.edu.au 13

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