Based on the Theory of Chronic Liver Disease

  • Yu Li Shaanxi University of Chinese Medicine
  • Jianmei Hao Xi’an Hospital of Traditional Chinese Medicine
Keywords: Splenic Yin Defciency; Chronic Liver Disease; Chinese Medicine Theory


Doctors discuss the treatment of chronic liver disease from the perspective of dampness, poison, and blood stasis, less from the perspective of spleen Yin loss. The author discusses the physiological function of spleen Yin and its relationship with chronic liver disease, and analyzes that spleen Yin defciency is an important cause of chronic liver disease, and also an important manifestation of chronic liver disease, and puts forward three methods of solid spleen, liver and spleen treatment, sweet and fat tonic, sour and sweet Yin.


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