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The Journal of Internal Korean Medicine 2005;26(4): 889-896.
慢性泄瀉患者에 대한 藿香正氣散 치험2례 보고
한종현1, 김국범1, 한인선1, 심윤섭1, 김은곤2
1유민한방병원 내과
2샘한방병원 내과
A Clinical Report of Chronic Diarrhea Treated with GwakHyang-JungGiSan
Jong-hyun Han1, Guk-bum Kim1, In-sun Han1, Yun-seub Shim1, Eun-gon Kim2
1Yumin Hospital of Oriental Medicine
2Sam Hospital of Oriental Medicine
Correspondence  Jong-hyun Han ,Tel: 032-553-8888, Fax: 032-553-8419, Email: leminy@naver.com
Received: August 3, 2005,   Accepted: August 27, 2005,   Published online: December 30, 2005.
Objective :
Diarrhea is defined as an increased frequency of stools(more than three per day), increased liquidity(loose or watery) and decreased consistency of stools. This study was done to examine the efficacy of Gwakhyang-junggisan for two patients who had suffered from chronic diarrhea of unknown origin on examination. At the time of admission, patients complained of diarrhea 4 or 5 times per day accompanied with epigastric discomfort, quadri pain. As of the fourth day of Gwakhyang-junggisan administration, the frequency and liquidity of diarrhea decreased and accompanying symptoms also improved.

Gwakhyang-junggisan was used for these patients suffering from chronic diarrhea of origin unknown to western medicine. patients were diagnosed as daejang-sul as bihu disease.

Results were taken as two cases of effective treatment of chronic diarrhea with Gwakhyang-junggisan.

Result of this study suggest that Gwakhyang-junggisan is an effective treatment for such symptoms of chronic diarrhea as epigastric discomfort, quadri pain.
Key words: Diarrhea, chronic diarrhea, Gwakhyang-junggisan., deajang-sul
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