- In SHL pulse diagnosis, it is usually seen as a tai yang, surface pattern, replete. . Z ev Rosenberg ... Z ev Rosenberg, L. Ac. Chair Emeritus/Resident ScholarMessage 1 of 17 , Jan 4, 2013View SourceIn SHL pulse diagnosis, it is usually seen as a tai yang, surface pattern, replete. .Z'ev RosenbergOn Jan 4, 2013, at 12:59 PM, Simcha <simchagottlieb@...> wrote:Hi Will,This q/a calls to mind another question I've had - I know I've seen something on this but can't recall: what might one make of a cun pulse diverging toward the ulna and extending up over the base of the thenar eminence? I see this occasionally, usually either floating or bounding...Warm regards,Simcha
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On Jan 4, 2013, at 10:01 AM, William Morris wrote:
A bifurcation of the radial artery that far proximal may be considered from a few points of view:
1. anatomical anamoly - there are no therapeutic implications
2. near death experience
3. severe depression
As detectives in a subjective and locally built knowledge base, we must discover why such a condition exists for this patient. The 3 considerations above are not meant to limit the possilibites, rather, they are a departure point for inquiry so that you may dsccover the meaning of this event for this patient.
I must ask whether any of the branches extend upon the palmar surface.
Happy New Year All!
WillOn Fri, Jan 4, 2013 at 12:31 AM, Live in Harmony <livein_harmony@...> wrote:Dear All,Couple of days a go i found strange radial artery.Left hand the artery is split make a branch for guan to cun.Anyone have any idea what is it mean in TCM perspective?Thank you so much.RegardsHenry LKF
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