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1. What is the diagnosis when the left guan pulse is a Bird’s Beak?
2. What is the diagnosis if the left guan pulse is wiry, forceful, and deep?
3. Which pulse is indicative of liver fire?
4. What does a dispersing pule (Huan Mai/amorphous) in the left guan indicate?
5. Which formula is indicated for blood stasis in the liver/gallbladder?
6. If your patient has dizziness and/or vertigo being caused by ascendant liver yang, how might the pulse feel?
7. Which pulse often indicates advanced liver problems?
8. Which pulse indicates “Big Dry Fire” in the liver and gallbladder?
9. Which formula would be indicated for a superficial, thin, weak, and rapid left guan pulse where the patient complains of dryness of the eyes?
10. Which formula works well for Liver qi stagnation with depressive heat and a backdrop of Spleen qi deficiency and liver blood deficiency and also tend to lower elevate heart rate?