Current Situation of TCM Treatment of Schizophrenia

Chen Lin

Abstract


Schizophrenia is a common clinical disease in the department of psychiatry. Traditional Chinese medicine treatment of schizophrenia has a long history, rich experience, small side effects, to a certain extent can alleviate the condition of patients with schizophrenia. This article reviews the current situation of TCM treatment of schizophrenia in recent years from three aspects: TCM treatment, acupuncture treatment and catgut embedding treatment.


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Schizophrenia; TCM Treatment

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18686/aem.v9i4.177

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