Yao Xu1, Pengguang Xu2
1Shaanxi University of Chinese Medicine, Xianyang, Shaanxi 712000, China
2Affiliated Hospital of Shaanxi University of Chinese Medicine, Xianyang, Shaanxi 712000, China
Seborrheic alopecia is a skin disease characterized by hair follicle minimization and progressive hair reduction.Traditional Chinese medicine belongs to the category of "oil wind", "hair decayed hair loss", "tinea caries" and so on.Traditional Chinese medicine based on the whole and local, five zang organs and qi blood body fluid syndrome differentiation treatment, the disease has been systematically studied, should be used to improve the patient's constitution, improve and consolidate the curative effect.Therefore, based on the exploration of the theory of "healthy qi is stored inside, evil can't be done", it is found that there is a close relationship between zang-fu organs, qi, blood and body fluid and the diagnosis and treatment of seborrheic alopecia, and it is systematically discussed that seborrheic alopecia should be treated by wind, dampness, heat, blood stasis and deficiency.
Seborrheic Alopecia, Internal and External Treatment, Treatment from Wind, Dampness, Heat, Bloodstasis and Feficiency
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