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A Sensory Aphasia Case
published on 05.08.2014, 05:30:53. Category: no category
A male patient aged 42, 15 days restless and irritability admitted to hospital after the operation of traumatic brain injury. The patient had eight days coma after the injury. After the consciousness regained, he had irritability, tried to beat and abuse caregivers. He was uncooperative, and had a sensory aphasia, non-stop speech, irrelevant answer or not to answer. His functions of limbs were normal, sleeping and eating was normal too. He had a red tongue with white coating, slippery pulse.
TCM diagnosis: heart-fire, uneasy spirit.
Treatment: clean heart-fire, calm down spirit.
Acupuncture: Shenting (GV24), 22, 21, Neiguan (PC6) Luo-Connecting Point the Eight Confluent Point, K1, Sanyinjiao (SP6), quick and fast needling when he was sleeping.
Chinese Medicine: Zhi Yuan Zhi, Hong Hua, Dan Shen, Fu Shen, Shi Cang Pu, Zhi Zi, Dan Dou Chi, Yu Jin, Mu Dan Pi, Zhe Bei Mu, and so on. Two weeks treatment, the result was significantly.

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