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A Study on the Characteristics of Lumbar Disc Herniation Being Classified Blood Stasis and Phlegm-Retained Fluid

  • Journal of Korean Medicine Rehabilitation
  • Abbr : JKMR
  • 2013, 23(4), pp.159-167
  • Publisher : The Korean Academy Of Oriental Rehabilitation Medicine
  • Research Area : Medicine and Pharmacy > Korean Medicine

엄태웅 1 이차로 2 Hojun Kim 1 Myeong-Jong Lee 1

1동국대학교
2부천자생한방병원

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ABSTRACT

Objectives In this study, we wanted to find out the characteristics - gender, SLR test,valsalva test, duration, ESR, CRP and night pain - of lumbar disc herniation being classifiedas blood stasis and phlegm-retained fluid. Methods We surveyed 42 patients suffering from lumbar disc herniation using the diagnosisblood stasis syndrome, water retention syndrome of the comprehensive diagnosis ofQI blood water. Blood stasis and phlegm-retained fluid are identical with blood stasis syndrome,water retention syndrome. Then we analyzed the characteristics - gender, SLRtest, valsalva test, duration, ESR, CRP and night pain - of the patients suffering from lumbardisc herniation who were diagnosed as blood stasis and phlegm-retained fluid. Results Patients were sorted into two groups: 18 blood stasis patients and 30phlegm-retained fluid patients. Gender (Woman), acute phase and night pain are related toblood stasis. Acute phase, positive of SLR test is related to phlegm-retained fluid. Therewas no correlation between blood stasis and SLR test, valsalva test, duration, ESR, CRP. Also no correlation between phlegm-fluid and gender, valsalva test, duration, ESR, CRPand night pain. Conclusions By Considering the characteristics - gender, SLR test, valsalva test, duration,ESR, CRP and night pain - of lumbar disc herniation patients, it can help to analyzethe pattern of its symptoms.

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