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A 78 year-old female was diagnosed with Parkinson's disease 10 years ago. Her appearance is thin, and her skin is dry. What is the probable tongue and pulse for this patient?
a. pale, swollen, with gray coating
b. red, with deep center crack, scanty coating
c. short, dry, deep red tongue, raised red spots, peeled coating
d. pale purple with greasy white coating
Answer: C (yin and blood deficiency and long term problem)
A 43 year-old male presents with rapid and shallow breathing that is aggravated by exertion, oliguria, a feeling of cold and pain in the lower abdomen, poor appetite, dizziness, and vomiting of clear, watery fluid. You also note pitting edema around the ankle area. His tongue is swollen with a white greasy coating, and his pulse is slippery. What is the best formula choice?
a. wu zhu yu tang
b. gan mai da zao tang
c. jin gui shen qi wan
d. xiao qing long tang
Where applicable, additional helpful information is given in the answer key:
Answer: C ('a' is for liver channel cold; 'b' is for zan zao syndrome; 'd' is a formula to use when there are exterior cold symptoms)
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