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Cavernous Hemangioma Post Operation Case
published on 05.08.2014, 05:22:57. Category: no category
38 yrs old male patient, 3 days after the operation of brain cavernous hemangioma, his right upper limb muscle strength is weak at level 1, the right hand griping strength is poor, middle finger and ring finger can only be in a semi-grip state. He can stand up and walk very slowly, and he sweats more on the upper body, slow speech, red tongue with purple spots, and greasy white coating, the pulse is slippery on the right, wiry on the left.
The Traditional Chinese medicine diagnosis: phlegm-dampness resistance meridians.
Acupuncture treatment: acupuncture (some yangming meridianís points and muster Tongís points) plus EA
7 days after, the right upper extremity significant improvement in muscle strength enhances to level 4. I prescribe the traditional Chinese medicine to smooth the meridians, clear damp-phlegm, 7 bags herbs, send him back to home town to continue recovering.

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