Chief Physician Wang Defen’s Experience in Treating Thyroid Nodules based on Syndrome Differentiation
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Keywords

Thyroid nodules
Danzhi Xiaoyao Powder
Syndrome differentiation and treatment
Experience

DOI

10.26689/jcnr.v5i6.2730

Abstract

To summarize the experience of Chief Physician Wang Defen in the treatment of thyroid nodules. According to many years of clinical experience, Chief Physician Wang Defen believes that the occurrence of thyroid nodules is mostly affected by emotional factors. Qi stagnation, liver depression and fire, phlegm and Qi are the pathogenesis of the disease, which is closely related to liver Qi stagnation. Based on the basic treatment principle of Nourishing Yin, clearing heat, soothing liver and strengthening spleen, the prescription chose Danzhi Xiaoyao Powder plus or minus can often achieve good clinical efficacy.

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