four examinations

four examinations,

n the diagnostic protocol of Chinese traditional medicine; looking, hearing and smelling, questioning, and palpation.
four examinations, hearing and smelling,
n the second of the four examinations in traditional Chinese medicine, in which the physician scrutinizes the qualities of the patient's voice and body odors.
four examinations, looking,
n the first of the four examinations in traditional Chinese medicine, in which the physician observes the skin, hair, carriage, and attitude of the patient. Thorough examination of the tongue is also essential at this stage.
four examinations, palpation,
n the fourth of the four examinations in traditional Chinese medicine, in which the physician gently touches the abdomen looking for tender points, especially those along acupuncture meridians.
four examinations, questioning,
n the third of the four examinations in traditional Chinese medicine, in which the physician interviews the client to uncover any patterns of disease and discord.
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