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中国中医药信息杂志 , 1997,
Abstract: 从中医学“审证求国”,“证”、“因”相关理论,对过去的“七情辨证”体系存在的有“因”无“证”的状况提出质疑,论述了“七情”与“七情辨证”的关系和“七情辨证”存在的理论价值和临床意义,分析了“七情辨证”的“位、因、性”等主要辨证要素的特点,首次在中医辨证学研究中提出了建立完整的“七情辨证”体系的基本框架,并列出了23个临床常见证型。对中医“精神情志内伤”疾病的临床辨证论治具有指导作用。
中国中医药信息杂志 , 2014, DOI: 10.3969/j.issn.1005-5304.2014.02.033
The Seven Emotions Theory of Traditional Chinese Medicine and Its Clinical Application

郭平, 郝一鸣, 许朝霞, 郭睿
Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) , 2016, DOI: 10.12677/TCM.2016.54017
“The Seven Emotions” are important parts in the theoretical system of Chinese Medicine. It is the pathogenic factor and the theoretical basis of the treatment of emotional diseases as well. This paper introduced the etiology and pathogenic characteristics of “The Seven Emotions”, psycholog-ical therapy of diseases due to “The Seven Emotions” and its application in clinical disease such as cancer, coronary heart disease and depression.
中国中医药信息杂志 , 2012, DOI: 10.3969/j.issn.1005-5304.2012.06.041
中国中医药信息杂志 , 2008,
Discussion about Mutual Inhibition

Wu Jiarui,Zhang Bing,Chang Zhangfu,

世界科学技术-中医药现代化 , 2005,
Abstract: Mutual inhibition is an extremely important part of the seven emotions. Its conception is not unanimous in archaic herbal books and the incompatibility of it is also disputed. Mutual inhibition was first recorded in Shen Nong's Herbal Classic, which is the earliest herbal book in China, and the unequivocal definition of mutual inhibition was first put forward in Compendium of Material Medica by Li Shizhen in Ming dynasty. It is defined that when two kinds of drugs are used together, one drug can damage or reduce the effects of the other. Nowdadys, many experts have original views about mutual inhibition. They deem that mutual inhibition has relative incompatibility, and as a relative incompatibility, Mutual inhibition has some specific characteristics.
中国中医药信息杂志 , 2013, DOI: 10.3969/j.issn.1005-5304.2013.03.004
Explore the Action Patterns and Mechanisms of Traditional Chinese Medicine Incompatibility of Qi-Qing Antagonism and Mutual Inhibition/Restraint based on Drug Interaction

Duan Jin''ao,Su Shulan,Fan Xinsheng,Qian Dawei,Tang Yuping,Shang Erxin,Guo Jianming,Liu Pei,

世界科学技术-中医药现代化 , 2012,
Abstract: This paper proposed three kinds of action patterns of traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) incompatibility based on the cognitions for theories of seven ways of compatibility and drug interaction. These are toxication and potentiation toxicity action pattern embodied the characteristic of antagonism, efficiency reduction and decrease effect action pattern reflected the characteristic of mutual inhibition/restraint, and toxic-effect multiple action pattern embodied the complex characteristics of antagonism and mutual inhibition/restraint. In addition, we exploringly put forward eight possible mechanisms of TCM incompatibility. They are potentiation toxicity by promoting the release of toxic substances, potentiation toxicity by producing new toxic components, potentiation toxicity because of increased toxic components resulted from mutual transformation of chemical constituents, efficiency reduction through inhibiting the dissolving of active components, efficiency reduction through inactivating the active components, toxication resulted by toxic metabolite generated in vivo based on drug interaction, adverse effects caused by affecting the physiological disposition of incompatibility combinations, and adverse effects caused by regulating and controlling the drug metabolic enzymes. Furthermore, the authors discussed the correlations between the different action patterns and mechanisms and relationships of seven ways of compatibility. These opinions would be providing references for understanding and researching the essences of TCM incompatibility.
中国中医药信息杂志 , 2008,
中国中医药信息杂志 , 2006,
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