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Research Progress on Establishment of Animal Model of Hypertension with Obstructing Phlegm-Dampness

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DOI: 10.23977/medsc.2022.030718 | Downloads: 10 | Views: 1038


Yuanyuan Wang 1, Haizhe Zhou 1


1 Shaanxi University of Chinese Medicine, Xianyang, Shaanxi, 712046, China

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Haizhe Zhou


Phlegm-dampness accumulation syndrome is a common witness of many difficult clinical diseases, also known as phlegm-dampness interaction syndrome, etc. In traditional Chinese medicine, phlegm dampness is an important intermediate product in the occurrence and development of many hereditary diseases such as hypertension, coronary heart disease, and diabetes. As a tool to study clinical diseases, animal models need to simulate the pathological changes of human phlegm and dampness under the basic principles of syndrome differentiation and treatment in traditional Chinese medicine. In order to further study, this paper summarizes the animal models of phlegm dampness accumulation commonly used in current research and the animal models of hypertension syndrome combined with this syndrome and symptoms. To provide a basis for clinical diagnosis and treatment of syndrome differentiation.


Phlegm Dampness Obstruction Syndrome Animal Model, Research Progress of Membrane-Building Methods


Yuanyuan Wang, Haizhe Zhou, Research Progress on Establishment of Animal Model of Hypertension with Obstructing Phlegm-Dampness. MEDS Clinical Medicine (2022) Vol. 3: 108-114. DOI:


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