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Differentiating Syndromes of the Urinary Bladder

Syndromes damp of heat in the urinary bladder: (1) Frequency, urgency and pain of urination; dribbling urination; turbid urine of bloody and purulent urine; urine with stones; a yellow sticky tongue coating; and rapid pulse. (2) The accumulation of damp-heat in the urinary bladder blocks qi activity, causing dribbling urination. A downward driving of damp-heat into the urinary bladder brings about frequent, urgent and painful urination. Bloody or purulent urine is due to the injury of blood vessels by damp-heat.

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Read more on description of the main syndromes of other zang-fu organs: Heart, Liver, Spleen, Lung, Kidney, Small Intestine, Large Intestine, Stomach, and Gall Bladder.
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