Clinical and molecular evaluation of warming and tonic herb treatment for sibling patients of a typical kidney-yang deficiency family.

@article{Pan2006ClinicalAM,
  title={Clinical and molecular evaluation of warming and tonic herb treatment for sibling patients of a typical kidney-yang deficiency family.},
  author={Ling Pan and Miqu Wang and Jian-guo Wang and Bin Wu and Kam Man Hui},
  journal={The American journal of Chinese medicine},
  year={2006},
  volume={34 3},
  pages={
          387-400
        }
}
It is essential to explore the molecular therapeutic effect of warm and tonic herb treatment for individuals with typical kidney-yang deficiency. In this report, we have identified members of a family with a history of suffering from cold and kidney-yang deficiency syndromes. First, we have employed the accumulated scores of the 40-items clinical scoring indicators for kidney-yang deficiency and cold syndromes to clinically assess the presence or absence of the deficiency for 15 family members… CONTINUE READING
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