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Discussion on Synchronization of Liver, Spleen and Kidney in Treating Endometriosis from Blood Stasis

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Liu Yuanyuan, Xiao Xinchun*

Shaanxi University of Traditional Chinese Medicine, Xianyang, Shaanxi, 712000, China.

*Corresponding author: Xiao Xinchun


Endometriosis has a high incidence in women of childbearing age in recent years, and it has received attention because it greatly affects women’s physical and mental health. In recent years, Chinese medicine practitioners have clearly confirmed that “stasis” is the main etiology and pathogenesis. However, in the theory of Chinese medicine, the formation of blood stasis is closely related to the main pathogenic factors of liver, spleen and kidney three organ dysfunction. Maintaining vitality, reserving the essence of the kidney, reproducing the main body, and coordinating the liver, spleen, and kidney to harmonize blood, blood, and blood, alleviate and reverse the series of symptoms brought by en-dometriosis. In terms of the relationship between the formation of endometri-osis and irregular menstruation, dysmenorrhea, dysmenorrhea, infertility and other symptoms, it is planned to use the view of liver and spleen and kidney homology in Chinese medicine to explore the relationship between stasis and the incidence of endometriosis To further study the pathogenesis and preventive treatment of endometriosis provides a theoretical basis.


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Discussion on Synchronization of Liver, Spleen and Kidney in Treating Endometriosis from Blood Stasis
How to cite this paper: Liu Yuanyuan, Xiao Xinchun. (2020Discussion on Synchronization of Liver, Spleen and Kidney in Treating Endometriosis from Blood StasisInternational Journal of Clinical and Experimental Medicine Research, 4(4), 242-247.

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.26855/ijcemr.2020.10.020

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