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General instructions vs. data Within this report: General instructions — usually appear in a proportionally spaced font. These instructions will enable anyone with basic knowledge of traditional Chinese herbology to make practical use of this report. The authors have made special effort to explain terminology and interpretation of results with a minimum of technical jargon. Data and comments specific to this case — knowledge-base rules, clinical-case data, and analysis results always appear in a   monospace   font. Color highlighting of specific data items or instructions: Green generally signifies "go/proceed" — positive factors or considerations that increase confidence levels or the likelihood of a given conclusion. Red signifies "exercise caution or doubt" — negative factors or considerations that create general uncertainty or decrease the likelihood of a given conclusion. Hidden comments — occasionally, semi-hidden comments may be inserted for administrative and debugging purposes only. To view these, you may "zoom in" to enlarge or copy and paste them into any simple text-editor program; or you may email them to RMHI for technical support if requested.

 

Accessing the syndrome analyses in this report The easiest way to access a particular syndrome analysis is from one of the table-of-contents choices in the left frame. For most users, ByProductOf_MAGN_RANK_PROB__overThresholdOnly (in the left frame) is the recommended starting point, because this scoring criterion will allow you to quickly identify the most important syndrome-patterns in this case, and this option includes helpful tips for interpreting the results. Detailed syndrome analyses, displayed in the right frame on selecting a syndrome link, are highlighted by different color backgrounds, making it easy to spot the beginning/end of each analysis.

 

Highlighting key for dominant and other high-scoring syndromes To help you quickly identify the most important/relevant syndromes in this case, all pattern analysis summaries (see especially ByProductOf_MAGN_RANK_PROB__overThresholdOnly in the left frame) conform to the following highlighting rules, using the product of Magnitude, Rank, and Probability as the rating criterion:

  • Dominant (1st-tier) syndromes:   if
      MAGN*RANK*PROB0.75 * maxOfAllSyndromes(MAGN*RANK*PROB) ,
    the syndrome is preceded by a and is highlighted.
  • 2nd-tier syndromes:   otherwise, if
      MAGN*RANK*PROB0.5 * maxOfAllSyndromes(MAGN*RANK*PROB) ,
    the syndrome is preceded by a .
  • 3rd-tier syndromes:   otherwise, if
      MAGN*RANK*PROB0.25 * maxOfAllSyndromes(MAGN*RANK*PROB) ,
    the syndrome is preceded by a .
  • All other syndromes below the last threshold criterion are preceded by a (small pale dot).
     
  • Ambiguity alerts: For each or syndrome, if the PROB (probability) estimate is < 0.25, this value is highlighted as in the following example:
       
    In such instances, you should click on the syndrome to review its definition and inquire about symptoms and signs you may have overlooked, in order to resolve any ambiguities denoted by the low PROB value. The most common reasons for dominant syndromes with excessively low PROB values are that the case history lacks thoroughness of detail or that the overall health imbalances are mild and their manifestation inherently ambiguous.
 

Complexity metrics for case_id=C901-20161123 and their interpretation The COMPLEXITY SCORE is a measure of how widely dispersed the dominant syndromes are about the CENTER OF GRAVITY (COG) for this case, and the COG represents a midpoint within the range of syndrome qualities involved. The higher the COMPLEXITY SCORE, the greater is the likelihood that multiple dietary and environmental stressors are present, which may require mitigation before significant improvement is possible. (High complexity does not necessarily mean that the condition is serious; even mild cases can be complex if the dominant syndromes are scattered widely throughout the syndrome space and represent widely diverse qualities. Conversely, it is possible for "simple" cases, in which a single syndrome/syndrome-category dominates, to be quite severe if the syndrome magnitude is high.) The  COMPLEXITY SCORE  of  3.96  indicates that this case is   complicated, in that very roughly 4 widely diverse syndrome categories are significantly involved, and the clinical strategy should simultaneously accommodate dominant syndromes within these categories by a combination of dietary recommendations, mitigation of environmental health hazards, and herbal formulas. COMPLEXITY SCORE = 3.96 Syndrome nearest to CENTER OF GRAVITY (COG) = ORGM_5_LiverInvadingStomach (opens in {{new window/tab}} ) The previous syndrome may or may not be important in this case; see below. The top 10 most important syndromes nearest the COG are listed, preceded by their importance with respect to the COG (syndromes closer to the COG are weighted more heavily) and their MAGN*RANK*PROB scores: Importance MAGN* relToCOG RANK*PROB syndrome (opens in {{new window/tab}} ) 0.3 1.7  PE_5_InteriorDampness 0.3 1.3  ORGM_5_LiverInvadingSpleen 0.2 2.1  ORGM_5_DampnessOfSpleen 0.2 1.5  ORGM_5_TurbidPhlegmDisturbingUpper 0.1 0.7  ORGM_5_LiverInvadingStomach 0.1 0.4  ORGM_5_LiverQiStagnation 0.1 0.5  ORGM_5_GallbladderQiStagnation 0.1 1.7  PE_5_InteriorHeat 0.0 0.2  FP_5_StagnancyOfQi 0.0 0.3  ORGL_5_SmallIntestineQiObstruction The preceding syndromes are not necessarily the most important overall, merely the most important in the vicinity of the COG. If there are no high-scoring syndromes ( or ) in the preceding list, then the COG perspective may be less useful in this case. For simple cases with a low COMPLEXITY SCORE (<1.5), it usually makes sense to target the highest-scoring syndrome within the highest-scoring group (using the product of MAGN, RANK, and PROB as the rating criterion), perhaps modifying the standard herbal formula slightly to accommodate similar syndromes whose scores closely compete with the dominant syndrome. For relatively simple cases, the dominant syndromes will be in the vicinity of the COG, and the detailed complexity metrics do not provide much additional insight and are not that useful. For cases with a high COMPLEXITY SCORE (≥3.0), one may need to simultaneously target a combination of the highest-scoring syndrome or syndromes within several of the highest scoring groups, in order to resolve multiple major aspects of the case. A high COMPLEXITY SCORE indicates that there are multiple syndromes present with widely diverse qualities that may make tailoring herbal formulas to this case challenging. For complex cases, and if such exists, a high-scoring syndrome ( or ) in the vicinity of the COG is frequently a good choice for designing a simplified clinical strategy that will avoid whipsawing the client's symptom manifestations between extremes (side effects). For other strategies for handling complex cases, read Ch. 5 (see subsection: "Incorporating the methods of Qin Bowei in complex cases") of the User's Guide to AutoSage-TCM. In general, the greater the complexity, the greater is the likelihood that the client is suffering illness from multiple factors, such as:

  • poor diet and nutrient deficiencies
  • dietary toxins and food allergies
  • toxic exposure to heavy metals, aluminum, fluoride, petrochemicals, and/or pesticides
  • drug toxicity, side effects, addictions
  • toxic reactions to vaccines
  • multiple chronic microbial/parasitic infections
  • intestinal dysbiosis, pathogenic microbial ecology
  • exposure to allergens, molds, and mycotoxins
  • toxic dental materials, infected teeth, root canals
  • structural/anatomical abnormalities
  • inadequate physical activity and exercise
  • emotional stressors, traumas, psychotronic assaults
  • excessive exposure to harmful EMFs (e.g., cellphones, WiFi), ionizing radiation
  • geopathic/geomagnetic stressors
  • inadequate/imbalanced light-spectrum exposure
  • noise pollution

In such cases, the best outcomes are usually attained by carefully evaluating and mitigating dietary and environmental exposure factors as much as possible before even beginning herbal formulas. Such a protocol frequently has the effect of improving symptoms and reducing the value of the COMPLEXITY SCORE, thereby simplifying the task of determining an appropriate herbal strategy.

 

Syndrome Magnitude, Rank, and Probability The single most useful metric to the end user will be the multiplication product of MAGN (magnitude), RANK, and PROB (probability), which represents the overall 'significance' or 'relevance' of each syndrome for this case. (See Pattern Analysis Summary, ordered ByProductOf_MAGN_RANK_PROB__overThresholdOnly in the left frame.) The dominant syndromes will be those that simultaneously have a relatively high magnitude, and explain the greatest number of the individual's symptoms, and have a high probability of being valid descriptors of at least partial aspects of the overall state of health. The single metric that best reflects all the preceding logical criteria is the multiplication product of MAGN, RANK, and PROB. MAGN (magnitude) is the metric that best answers the question "How severe is this syndrome, assuming we have already determined that it is really present (has a high PROB value)?" MAGN increases in value with the percentage of symptom variables in the syndrome definition that are matched by symptoms actually present; it also increases in value as the qualifying symptoms become severe or extreme. Fuzzy-set specifications for each symptom variable provide for the possibility of a partial match in each instance. If all symptom variables are matched with a severity value of 'moderate', the MAGN value would be 7.0, because a scaling factor of 7 is applied. RANK is an intermediate value that is used to calculate PROB. A syndrome's RANK is approximately equal to the number of symptom variables in its definition that are matched by symptoms and signs actually present, adjusted by veto factors to suppress spurious results based on fundamental criteria for Heat/Cold/Excess/Deficiency. Fuzzy-set specifications for each symptom variable provide for the possibility of a partial match in each instance. If a specific symptom has met the 'moderate' threshold for contributing to the RANK, the RANK does not increase in value with severe or extreme symptom magnitudes — these latter will increase the MAGN but not the RANK or PROB estimates. Syndromes with the highest RANK values potentially account for the greatest number of the patient's symptoms, especially if their PROB values are also relatively high. PROB (probability): What is the probability that this syndrome (the "evaluated syndrome") is actually present, regardless of its MAGN and RANK scores? To calculate PROB, the RANK of the evaluated syndrome is compared with the Competitor Rank (CRANK) scores of all other syndromes ("competitor syndromes"); the latter are calculated by using only those symptoms significant to the definition of the evaluated syndrome, weighted by their relative importance for the evaluated syndrome. This algorithm effectively determines whether one or more competitor syndromes possibly explain the preceding subset of symptoms better than the evaluated syndrome does. In general, the greater the number of high-scoring competitor syndromes, the lower will be the PROB estimate for the evaluated syndrome. For a more complete explanation of how all the preceding values are determined, read Ch. 5 ("Understanding the inference-engine algorithm and its calculated output values") of the User's Guide to AutoSage-TCM.

 

Evaluated syndromes — how to interpret the detailed data listings Clicking on a syndrome listed in one of the pattern analysis summaries will display a detailed evaluation of that syndrome in the right frame, which will allow you to examine the reasoning behind the determination of the "Important metrics" of MAGN, RANK, and PROB for this syndrome.

Important metrics Values included in the syndrome-pattern analysis summaries (MAGN, RANK, PROB, etc.) are repeated in this section, which begins with the highlighting symbol (, , , or ) that indicates this syndrome's relative importance in this case.

Top-level syndrome-pattern definition The top-level definition for the syndrome (all syndrome definitions are level-5 variables, signified by the '_5_' within their variable names) includes all level-4 symptom-sign variables ('_4_'), preceded by any cofactor-multipliers. Symptom-sign variables within each definition are always listed in standard order as follows:

  • symptoms
  • misc. physical signs ('PHYS_')
  • tongue attributes and features
  • pulse qualities, divided into easily palpated parameters and parameters that require advanced skills

Level-4 symptom-sign variables, in turn, are defined in terms of more elemental variables ('_1_', '_2_', '_3_'), which may be included in the developers' versions of this report. Each symptom-sign variable, via database cross-references and variable substitutions, is ultimately defined in terms of exclusively level-1 variables, which are identical to the symptom and modifier-term variables appearing in a case history for an individual. See Tables of prefix codes used in this report for a key/explanation of the prefixes used in each subcategory of symptom-sign variable. At the end of the syndrome definition section, special flag-codes are listed, including any applicable vetoFactors, which affect calculation of final RANK and CRANK values.

Active (non-zero) symptom variables If the presence of the evaluated syndrome is important to confirm, consider asking about symptom-group variables in the preceding definition that are not yet listed among the moderate- to high-scoring active variables. In the table of active symptom variables, V is an internal, intermediate symptom-group variable used in calculating both RANK and MAGN values. General multiplicative cofactors, if any, and other functions are then applied to this value to calculate RANK and MAGN. A contribution of 1.0 ('moderate') to 4.0 ('extreme') to the value of V signifies that the variable is highly significant in this case, because symptoms are present that have triggered it, and this will result in higher values for RANK and MAGN. Small values less than 0.5 ('mild') are possible as a consequence of proportional matching and/or variable overlap in meanings specified by fuzzy-set matching algorithms. To help you quickly identify high-scoring symptom-sign variables, each value of V and each value of Rank_raw are preceded by a variably sized/colored dot according to the following rules: — if ≥ 4.0 — otherwise, if ≥ 2.0 — otherwise, if ≥ 1.0 — otherwise, if ≥ 0.5 — otherwise, if ≥ 0.25 — for all other non-zero symptom variables (0.0 < [value] < 0.25) In the terminology of artificial neural nets (see Ch. 5; "Similarities between neural nets and the algorithm for product of Magnitude, Rank, and Probability"), the preceding green dots represent the influence of excitatory nodes.

Competitor syndromes To estimate PROB (probability) of the evaluated syndrome, its veto-adjusted RANK is compared with the veto-and-distance-adjusted CRANK values for all its competitor syndromes. (The final value of the RANK, displayed in tables elsewhere in this report, is the veto-adjusted version.) In general, the greater the number of high-scoring competitor syndromes, the lower will be the PROB estimate for the evaluated syndrome. Selection/threshold criteria: For each detailed syndrome analysis, only the top 10 competitor syndromes and their ranks (CRANK) are listed. To help you quickly identify relatively high-scoring competitor syndromes, each value of the ratio CRANK/RANK is followed by a variably sized/colored dot according to the following rules: — if CRANK/RANK4.0 — otherwise, if CRANK/RANK2.0 — otherwise, if CRANK/RANK1.0 — otherwise, if CRANK/RANK0.5 — otherwise, if CRANK/RANK0.25 — for all other competitor syndromes (CRANK/RANK < 0.25) In the terminology of artificial neural nets, the preceding red dots represent the influence of inhibitory nodes. Clicking on a competitor syndrome link will display the cross-referenced syndrome in a new window/tab.

Miscellaneous The developers' version of this report may contain additional categories of information for each evaluated syndrome.







 
 
Detailed syndrome evaluations begin here.
(The best way to access a specific syndrome evaluation is from one of the table-of-contents choices in the left frame — e.g.: ByProductOf_MAGN_RANK_PROB__overThresholdOnly.)
 

case_id=C901-20161123 EVALUATED SYNDROME   : EPP_5_IntHeat_forVeto Important metrics MAGN*RANK*PROB= 2.3 MAGN= 1.2 RANK= 4.1 PROB=0.47 RANK_norm= 1.9 (RANK_norm, the normalized version of the RANK, is used only in calculating vetoFactor values.)


Top-level syndrome-pattern definition   for EPP_5_IntHeat_forVeto pd( ( SYSTtherm_4_feelsDislikesHeat_ofWholeBodyXcptLimbs , SYSTbehav_4_aggressiveOutgoingCrazed , INTAKthir_4_thirst , INTAKthir_4_preferColdDrinks_only , OUTFLurin_4_dark_only , 0.4 * OUTFLurin_4_scantyInfreq_only , PAIN_4_painA_RlvdByCold , MOTN_4_rapid , SPCH_4_rapid99 , SPCH_4_talkative ) , AAWGT_0_TONG * ( 2.0 * TONGaTISCOLOR_4_red , 2.0 * TONGbCOACOLOR_4_yellow ) , AAWGT_0_PULS_EASY * ( 2.0 * PULSaRATE_4_rapid ) ) Flag-codes for syndromeClass, applicable vetoFactors, syndromeCategories Of greatest interest to end users will be any applicable vetoFactors (i.e., applyVeto_xxx). class0_5 categB_VetoPatterns


Active symptom variables   for EPP_5_IntHeat_forVeto ---Variable Group contribution to V, RANK_raw (not vetoAdjusted), MAGN_raw (not normalized)--- V RANK_raw MAGN_raw variableGroupName 0.25 0.50 0.25 SYSTtherm_4_feelsDislikesHeat_ofWholeBodyXcptLimbs_0 0.20 0.45 0.20 SYSTbehav_4_aggressiveOutgoingCrazed_0 1.00 1.00 1.00 INTAKthir_4_thirst_0 0.03 0.16 0.03 TONGaTISCOLOR_4_red_0(hue) 0.04 0.12 0.03 TONGaTISCOLOR_4_red_1(sat) 0.02 0.05 0.01 TONGaTISCOLOR_4_red_2(light) 0.04 0.41 0.08 TONGbCOACOLOR_4_yellow_0 0.50 1.41 1.00 PULSaRATE_4_rapid_0


Competitor Syndromes   for EPP_5_IntHeat_forVeto RANK of the evaluated syndrome, EPP_5_IntHeat_forVeto : RANK_raw = 4.1 RANK_vetoAdj = 4.1 ---CRANK (raw, veto-adjusted, veto-and-distance-adjusted final value;  CRANK/RANK ratio)--- raw vetoDistAdj competitorSyndrome (opens in {{new window/tab}} ) vetoAdj CRANK/RANK Only competitor syndromes that exceed [ selection/threshold criteria ] are listed below. 2.0 2.0 1.3 0.33 ORGM_5_LiverYangAscending 2.7 2.7 1.3 0.32 ORGM_5_ExcessHeatOfGallbladder 2.6 2.6 1.3 0.32 ORGL_5_ExcessHeatOfSmallIntestine 2.0 2.0 1.2 0.28 EPP_5_ExteriorHeatDeficiency 2.0 2.0 1.2 0.28 EPP_5_ExteriorHeatExcess 2.4 2.4 1.1 0.28 FP_5_HotBlood 2.3 2.3 1.1 0.28 ORGU_5_HeatCongestedinLungs 2.3 2.3 1.1 0.27 ORGM_5_LiverFire 2.0 2.0 1.0 0.24 ORGM_5_DampHeatOfGallbladderAndLiver 1.7 1.7 1.0 0.24 VH_5_XueYinDamage


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case_id=C901-20161123 EVALUATED SYNDROME   : EPP_5_IntCold_forVeto Important metrics MAGN*RANK*PROB= 1.3 MAGN= 1.2 RANK= 2.2 PROB=0.52 RANK_norm= 1.3 (RANK_norm, the normalized version of the RANK, is used only in calculating vetoFactor values.)


Top-level syndrome-pattern definition   for EPP_5_IntCold_forVeto pd( ( SYSTtherm_4_feelsDislikesCold_ofWholeBodyXcptLimbs , SYSTbehav_4_withdrawn , INTAKthir_4_preferHotDrinks , PAIN_4_painB_RlvdByHeat , MOTN_4_slow , SPCH_4_slow99 ) , AAWGT_0_TONG * ( 2.0 * TONGaTISCOLOR_4_pale , 2.0 * TONGbCOACOLOR_4_white ) , AAWGT_0_PULS_EASY * ( 2.0 * PULSaRATE_4_slow ) ) Flag-codes for syndromeClass, applicable vetoFactors, syndromeCategories Of greatest interest to end users will be any applicable vetoFactors (i.e., applyVeto_xxx). class0_5 categB_VetoPatterns


Active symptom variables   for EPP_5_IntCold_forVeto ---Variable Group contribution to V, RANK_raw (not vetoAdjusted), MAGN_raw (not normalized)--- V RANK_raw MAGN_raw variableGroupName 1.00 1.00 1.00 SYSTtherm_4_feelsDislikesCold_ofWholeBodyXcptLimbs_0 1.00 1.00 1.00 INTAKthir_4_preferHotDrinks_0 0.03 0.03 0.01 TONGaTISCOLOR_4_pale_0(hue) 0.01 0.04 0.00 TONGaTISCOLOR_4_pale_1(sat) 0.01 0.10 0.01 TONGaTISCOLOR_4_pale_2(light)


Competitor Syndromes   for EPP_5_IntCold_forVeto RANK of the evaluated syndrome, EPP_5_IntCold_forVeto : RANK_raw = 2.2 RANK_vetoAdj = 2.2 ---CRANK (raw, veto-adjusted, veto-and-distance-adjusted final value;  CRANK/RANK ratio)--- raw vetoDistAdj competitorSyndrome (opens in {{new window/tab}} ) vetoAdj CRANK/RANK Only competitor syndromes that exceed [ selection/threshold criteria ] are listed below. 1.5 1.5 0.8 0.39 CI_5_TaiyangExteriorChill 1.6 1.5 0.7 0.34 ORGU_5_ColdPhlegmBlockingLungs 2.0 1.6 0.7 0.30 ORGL_5_ColdDeficiencyOfLargeIntestine 2.0 1.9 0.7 0.30 ORGM_5_LiverMeridianColdStagnation 2.1 1.9 0.6 0.29 EPP_5_InteriorColdExcess 1.1 1.1 0.6 0.28 EPP_5_ExteriorColdDeficiency 1.1 1.1 0.6 0.28 EPP_5_ExteriorColdExcess 2.0 1.6 0.6 0.28 ORGL_5_DeficiencyColdOfSmallIntestine 2.1 1.7 0.6 0.27 ORGU_5_DeficiencyOfHeartYang 2.1 1.6 0.6 0.26 EPP_5_DeficiencyOfYang


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case_id=C901-20161123 EVALUATED SYNDROME   : EPP_5_IntExcess_forVeto Important metrics MAGN*RANK*PROB= 0.0 MAGN= 0.0 RANK= 0.2 PROB=0.02 RANK_norm= 0.2 (RANK_norm, the normalized version of the RANK, is used only in calculating vetoFactor values.)


Top-level syndrome-pattern definition   for EPP_5_IntExcess_forVeto pd( ( RESP_4_exaggeratedRasping , PAIN_4_painB_AggrByPressure , MOTN_4_forceful , SPCH_4_loudVoice ) @omax(AAC_2_typeIntCold; u=0.300, w=0.750) , AAWGT_0_TONG * ( 2.0 * TONGbCOAFEA_4_thick ) , AAWGT_0_PULS_EASY * ( 2.0 * PULScSTRE_4_strong ) ) Flag-codes for syndromeClass, applicable vetoFactors, syndromeCategories Of greatest interest to end users will be any applicable vetoFactors (i.e., applyVeto_xxx). class0_5 categB_VetoPatterns


Active symptom variables   for EPP_5_IntExcess_forVeto ---Variable Group contribution to V, RANK_raw (not vetoAdjusted), MAGN_raw (not normalized)--- V RANK_raw MAGN_raw variableGroupName 0.02 0.25 0.03 TONGbCOAFEA_4_thick_0


Competitor Syndromes   for EPP_5_IntExcess_forVeto RANK of the evaluated syndrome, EPP_5_IntExcess_forVeto : RANK_raw = 0.2 RANK_vetoAdj = 0.2 ---[Competitor syndromes are not calculated if RANK_raw ≤ 0.5.]---


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case_id=C901-20161123 EVALUATED SYNDROME   : EPP_5_IntExcDamp_forVeto Important metrics MAGN*RANK*PROB= 0.7 MAGN= 0.8 RANK= 2.3 PROB=0.36 RANK_norm= 1.3 (RANK_norm, the normalized version of the RANK, is used only in calculating vetoFactor values.)


Top-level syndrome-pattern definition   for EPP_5_IntExcDamp_forVeto pd( ( 0.5 * PAIN_4_distenddOppressivA1_OfAbdomenChestHeadA2 , 0.5 * PAIN_4_distenddOppressivA2_OfAbdomenChestHeadA1 , PAIN_4_distenddOppressivA1_AggrByPressure , MOTN_4_ponderousSluggish ) , AAWGT_0_TONG * ( 2.0 * TONGbCOAFEA_4_thick , 2.0 * TONGbCOAFEA_4_greasyWet ) , AAWGT_0_PULS_EASY * ( 2.0 * PULScSTRE_4_moderateToStrong ) , AAWGT_0_PULS_DIFF * ( 2.0 * PULScMIX_4_wideFuzzySmooth ) ) Flag-codes for syndromeClass, applicable vetoFactors, syndromeCategories Of greatest interest to end users will be any applicable vetoFactors (i.e., applyVeto_xxx). class0_5 categB_VetoPatterns


Active symptom variables   for EPP_5_IntExcDamp_forVeto ---Variable Group contribution to V, RANK_raw (not vetoAdjusted), MAGN_raw (not normalized)--- V RANK_raw MAGN_raw variableGroupName 1.00 0.50 0.50 PAIN_4_distenddOppressivA1_OfAbdomenChestHeadA2_0 0.50 0.35 0.25 PAIN_4_distenddOppressivA2_OfAbdomenChestHeadA1_0 0.02 0.25 0.03 TONGbCOAFEA_4_thick_0 0.33 0.58 0.33 PULScMIX_4_wideFuzzySmooth_0 0.33 0.58 0.33 PULScMIX_4_wideFuzzySmooth_2


Competitor Syndromes   for EPP_5_IntExcDamp_forVeto RANK of the evaluated syndrome, EPP_5_IntExcDamp_forVeto : RANK_raw = 2.3 RANK_vetoAdj = 2.3 ---CRANK (raw, veto-adjusted, veto-and-distance-adjusted final value;  CRANK/RANK ratio)--- raw vetoDistAdj competitorSyndrome (opens in {{new window/tab}} ) vetoAdj CRANK/RANK Only competitor syndromes that exceed [ selection/threshold criteria ] are listed below. 1.3 1.3 1.2 0.55 ORGM_5_LiverYangAscending 1.6 1.6 0.9 0.42 ORGM_5_LiverBloodStagnation 1.9 1.6 0.8 0.35 ORGM_5_SinkingOfSpleenQi 1.9 1.9 0.8 0.35 ORGL_5_DampHeatCrystalsInUrinBladder 1.8 1.8 0.7 0.33 ORGL_5_DampHeatOfLargeIntestine 1.0 1.0 0.7 0.30 ORGM_5_LiverFire 1.4 1.4 0.7 0.30 ORGL_5_ExcessHeatOfSmallIntestine 0.9 0.8 0.7 0.29 ORGM_5_DeficiencyOfLiverYin 1.3 1.3 0.7 0.29 ORGU_5_HotPhlegmBlockingLungs 0.9 0.8 0.6 0.28 EPP_5_DeficiencyOfYin


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case_id=C901-20161123 EVALUATED SYNDROME   : EPP_5_IntDefic_forVeto Important metrics MAGN*RANK*PROB= 0.0 MAGN= 0.1 RANK= 0.5 PROB=0.05 RANK_norm= 0.4 (RANK_norm, the normalized version of the RANK, is used only in calculating vetoFactor values.)


Top-level syndrome-pattern definition   for EPP_5_IntDefic_forVeto pd( ( SYSTbehav_4_passive , RESP_4_shallow , PAIN_4_painB_RlvdByPressure , 0.5 * SPCH_4_softQuietVoice22 , 0.5 * SPCH_4_reticent99 ) , AAWGT_0_TONG * ( 2.0 * TONGbCOAFEA_4_absentOrVThin ) , AAWGT_0_PULS_EASY * ( 2.0 * PULScSTRE_4_weak ) ) Flag-codes for syndromeClass, applicable vetoFactors, syndromeCategories Of greatest interest to end users will be any applicable vetoFactors (i.e., applyVeto_xxx). class0_5 categB_VetoPatterns


Active symptom variables   for EPP_5_IntDefic_forVeto ---Variable Group contribution to V, RANK_raw (not vetoAdjusted), MAGN_raw (not normalized)--- V RANK_raw MAGN_raw variableGroupName 0.06 0.47 0.11 PULScSTRE_4_weak_0


Competitor Syndromes   for EPP_5_IntDefic_forVeto RANK of the evaluated syndrome, EPP_5_IntDefic_forVeto : RANK_raw = 0.5 RANK_vetoAdj = 0.5 ---[Competitor syndromes are not calculated if RANK_raw ≤ 0.5.]---


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case_id=C901-20161123 EVALUATED SYNDROME   : EPP_5_Fever_forVeto Important metrics MAGN*RANK*PROB= 0.0 MAGN= 0.0 RANK= 0.0 PROB=0.00 RANK_norm= 0.0 (RANK_norm, the normalized version of the RANK, is used only in calculating vetoFactor values.)


Top-level syndrome-pattern definition   for EPP_5_Fever_forVeto pd( ( SYSTtemp_4_feverModerateHigh ) ) Flag-codes for syndromeClass, applicable vetoFactors, syndromeCategories Of greatest interest to end users will be any applicable vetoFactors (i.e., applyVeto_xxx). class0_5 categB_VetoPatterns


Active symptom variables   for EPP_5_Fever_forVeto ---[No active variables detected.]---


Competitor Syndromes   for EPP_5_Fever_forVeto RANK of the evaluated syndrome, EPP_5_Fever_forVeto : RANK_raw = 0.0 RANK_vetoAdj = 0.0 ---[Competitor syndromes are not calculated if RANK_raw ≤ 0.5.]---


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case_id=C901-20161123 EVALUATED SYNDROME   : EPP_5_Unconscious_forVeto Important metrics MAGN*RANK*PROB= 0.0 MAGN= 0.0 RANK= 0.0 PROB=0.00 RANK_norm= 0.0 (RANK_norm, the normalized version of the RANK, is used only in calculating vetoFactor values.)


Top-level syndrome-pattern definition   for EPP_5_Unconscious_forVeto pd( ( SYSTbehav_4_comatose ) ) Flag-codes for syndromeClass, applicable vetoFactors, syndromeCategories Of greatest interest to end users will be any applicable vetoFactors (i.e., applyVeto_xxx). class0_5 categB_VetoPatterns


Active symptom variables   for EPP_5_Unconscious_forVeto ---[No active variables detected.]---


Competitor Syndromes   for EPP_5_Unconscious_forVeto RANK of the evaluated syndrome, EPP_5_Unconscious_forVeto : RANK_raw = 0.0 RANK_vetoAdj = 0.0 ---[Competitor syndromes are not calculated if RANK_raw ≤ 0.5.]---


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case_id=C901-20161123 EVALUATED SYNDROME   : EPP_5_ReducedConscious_forVeto Important metrics MAGN*RANK*PROB= 0.0 MAGN= 0.0 RANK= 0.0 PROB=0.00 RANK_norm= 0.0 (RANK_norm, the normalized version of the RANK, is used only in calculating vetoFactor values.)


Top-level syndrome-pattern definition   for EPP_5_ReducedConscious_forVeto pd( ( SYSTbehav_4_reducedConsciousness ) ) Flag-codes for syndromeClass, applicable vetoFactors, syndromeCategories Of greatest interest to end users will be any applicable vetoFactors (i.e., applyVeto_xxx). class0_5 categB_VetoPatterns


Active symptom variables   for EPP_5_ReducedConscious_forVeto ---[No active variables detected.]---


Competitor Syndromes   for EPP_5_ReducedConscious_forVeto RANK of the evaluated syndrome, EPP_5_ReducedConscious_forVeto : RANK_raw = 0.0 RANK_vetoAdj = 0.0 ---[Competitor syndromes are not calculated if RANK_raw ≤ 0.5.]---


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case_id=C901-20161123 EVALUATED SYNDROME   : EPP_5_ExteriorColdExcess Important metrics MAGN*RANK*PROB= 0.0 MAGN= 0.4 RANK= 1.2 PROB=0.06


Top-level syndrome-pattern definition   for EPP_5_ExteriorColdExcess pd( ( 0.33 * SYSTtherm_4_chillsOnly , 0.33 * SYSTtherm_4_feelsDislikesColdOnly , 0.33 * SYSTtherm_4_dislikesDraftOnly , SYSTtemp_4_feverLow , INTAKthir_4_preferHotDrinks , DISCHsinus_4_congestionOnly , DISCHsinus_4_dischargeOnly , DISCHsinus_4_discharge_ThinWhite , 0.5 * PAIN_4_soreAcheA1_OfHeadNShouldersA2 , 0.5 * PAIN_4_soreAcheA2_OfHeadNShouldersA1 , PAIN_4_soreAcheA1_RlvdByHeat , PAIN_4_soreAcheA1_AggrByPressure ) @omax(AAC_2_acute; u=0.500, w=0.750) , AAWGT_0_TONG * ( 0.5 * TONGaTISCOLOR_4_normalToPale , 0.5 * TONGaTISCOLOR_4_normalToPale_AtTip , TONGbCOAFEA_4_thickSlightly ) , AAWGT_0_PULS_EASY * ( PULSbDEPT_4_floating_UpperBurner_06 , PULSaRATE_4_slightlySlow , PULScSTRE_4_slightlyStrong_UpperBurner2 ) ) Flag-codes for syndromeClass, applicable vetoFactors, syndromeCategories Of greatest interest to end users will be any applicable vetoFactors (i.e., applyVeto_xxx). classA_5 categA_ExtCold categB_ExtCold


Active symptom variables   for EPP_5_ExteriorColdExcess ---Variable Group contribution to V, RANK_raw (not vetoAdjusted), MAGN_raw (not normalized)--- V RANK_raw MAGN_raw variableGroupName 1.00 0.33 0.33 SYSTtherm_4_feelsDislikesColdOnly_0 0.50 0.71 0.50 INTAKthir_4_preferHotDrinks_0 0.03 0.02 0.00 TONGaTISCOLOR_4_normalToPale_0(hue) 0.01 0.01 0.00 TONGaTISCOLOR_4_normalToPale_1(sat) 0.02 0.04 0.01 TONGaTISCOLOR_4_normalToPale_2(light) 0.08 0.03 0.01 TONGaTISCOLOR_4_normalToPale_AtTip_0(hue) 0.03 0.02 0.00 TONGaTISCOLOR_4_normalToPale_AtTip_1(sat) 0.06 0.07 0.02 TONGaTISCOLOR_4_normalToPale_AtTip_2(light)


Competitor Syndromes   for EPP_5_ExteriorColdExcess RANK of the evaluated syndrome, EPP_5_ExteriorColdExcess : RANK_raw = 1.2 RANK_vetoAdj = 1.2 ---CRANK (raw, veto-adjusted, veto-and-distance-adjusted final value;  CRANK/RANK ratio)--- raw vetoDistAdj competitorSyndrome (opens in {{new window/tab}} ) vetoAdj CRANK/RANK Only competitor syndromes that exceed [ selection/threshold criteria ] are listed below. 2.0 1.6 1.4 1.12 ORGL_5_ColdDeficiencyOfLargeIntestine 2.0 1.6 1.4 1.12 EPP_5_DeficiencyOfYang 2.0 1.6 1.3 1.10 ORGL_5_DeficiencyColdOfSmallIntestine 2.0 1.6 1.3 1.10 ORGL_5_DeficiencyOfKidneyYang 2.1 1.7 1.3 1.07 ORGU_5_DeficiencyOfHeartYang 2.0 1.6 1.3 1.05 ORGM_5_DeficiencyOfSpleenYang 2.0 1.8 1.3 1.05 ORGM_5_LiverMeridianColdStagnation 2.0 1.6 1.3 1.02 ORGM_5_DeficiencyColdOfStomach 1.9 1.5 1.2 0.98 CI_5_ShaoyinDeficiencyCold 2.0 1.9 1.0 0.83 PE_5_InteriorCold


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case_id=C901-20161123 EVALUATED SYNDROME   : EPP_5_ExteriorColdDeficiency Important metrics MAGN*RANK*PROB= 0.0 MAGN= 0.4 RANK= 1.2 PROB=0.10


Top-level syndrome-pattern definition   for EPP_5_ExteriorColdDeficiency pd( ( SYSTvital_4_fatigueLethargyMild , 0.33 * SYSTtherm_4_chillsOnly , 0.33 * SYSTtherm_4_feelsDislikesColdOnly , 0.33 * SYSTtherm_4_dislikesDraftOnly , SYSTtemp_4_feverLow , SYSTpersp_4_spontaneousMild , INTAKthir_4_preferHotDrinks , DISCHsinus_4_congestionOnly , DISCHsinus_4_dischargeOnly , 0.5 * PAIN_4_soreAcheA1_OfHeadNShouldersA2 , 0.5 * PAIN_4_soreAcheA2_OfHeadNShouldersA1 , PAIN_4_soreAcheA1_RlvdByHeat , PAIN_4_soreAcheA1_RlvdByPressure ) @omax(AAC_2_acute; u=0.500, w=0.750) , AAWGT_0_TONG * ( 0.5 * TONGaTISCOLOR_4_normalToPale , 0.5 * TONGaTISCOLOR_4_normalToPale_AtTip , TONGbCOACOLOR_4_normal , TONGbCOAFEA_4_normal ) , AAWGT_0_PULS_EASY * ( PULSbDEPT_4_floating_UpperBurner_06 , PULSaRATE_4_slightlySlow , PULScSTRE_4_slightlyWeak_UpperBurner2 ) ) Flag-codes for syndromeClass, applicable vetoFactors, syndromeCategories Of greatest interest to end users will be any applicable vetoFactors (i.e., applyVeto_xxx). classA_5 categA_ExtCold categB_ExtCold


Active symptom variables   for EPP_5_ExteriorColdDeficiency ---Variable Group contribution to V, RANK_raw (not vetoAdjusted), MAGN_raw (not normalized)--- V RANK_raw MAGN_raw variableGroupName 1.00 0.33 0.33 SYSTtherm_4_feelsDislikesColdOnly_0 0.50 0.71 0.50 INTAKthir_4_preferHotDrinks_0 0.03 0.02 0.00 TONGaTISCOLOR_4_normalToPale_0(hue) 0.01 0.01 0.00 TONGaTISCOLOR_4_normalToPale_1(sat) 0.02 0.04 0.01 TONGaTISCOLOR_4_normalToPale_2(light) 0.08 0.03 0.01 TONGaTISCOLOR_4_normalToPale_AtTip_0(hue) 0.03 0.02 0.00 TONGaTISCOLOR_4_normalToPale_AtTip_1(sat) 0.06 0.07 0.02 TONGaTISCOLOR_4_normalToPale_AtTip_2(light)


Competitor Syndromes   for EPP_5_ExteriorColdDeficiency RANK of the evaluated syndrome, EPP_5_ExteriorColdDeficiency : RANK_raw = 1.2 RANK_vetoAdj = 1.2 ---CRANK (raw, veto-adjusted, veto-and-distance-adjusted final value;  CRANK/RANK ratio)--- raw vetoDistAdj competitorSyndrome (opens in {{new window/tab}} ) vetoAdj CRANK/RANK Only competitor syndromes that exceed [ selection/threshold criteria ] are listed below. 2.0 1.9 1.5 1.23 EPP_5_InteriorColdExcess 2.0 1.8 1.3 1.05 ORGM_5_LiverMeridianColdStagnation 2.0 1.9 1.0 0.83 PE_5_InteriorCold 1.6 1.5 1.0 0.83 ORGU_5_ColdPhlegmBlockingLungs 2.0 1.6 0.9 0.71 ORGL_5_ColdDeficiencyOfLargeIntestine 1.1 1.1 0.9 0.71 CI_5_JueyinParasiticEvil 2.0 1.6 0.8 0.69 EPP_5_DeficiencyOfYang 2.0 1.6 0.8 0.68 ORGL_5_DeficiencyColdOfSmallIntestine 2.0 1.6 0.8 0.68 ORGL_5_DeficiencyOfKidneyYang 2.0 1.6 0.7 0.60 ORGM_5_DeficiencyOfSpleenYang


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case_id=C901-20161123 EVALUATED SYNDROME   : EPP_5_ExteriorHeatExcess Important metrics MAGN*RANK*PROB= 0.4 MAGN= 0.8 RANK= 3.0 PROB=0.18


Top-level syndrome-pattern definition   for EPP_5_ExteriorHeatExcess pd( ( SYSTtherm_4_feelsDislikesHeat , SYSTtemp_4_feverLow , INTAKthir_4_thirst , INTAKthir_4_preferColdDrinks_only , DISCHsinus_4_congestionOnly , DISCHsinus_4_dischargeOnly , DISCHsinus_4_sneezingOnly , 0.5 * PAIN_4_soreAcheA1_OfHeadNShouldersA2 , 0.5 * PAIN_4_soreAcheA2_OfHeadNShouldersA1 , PAIN_4_soreAcheA1_RlvdByCold , PAIN_4_soreAcheA1_AggrByPressure , 0.5 * PAIN_4_itchingBurningA1_OfEyesA2 , 0.5 * PAIN_4_itchingBurningA2_OfEyesA1 ) @omax(AAC_2_acute; u=0.500, w=0.750) , AAWGT_0_TONG * ( 0.5 * TONGaTISCOLOR_4_normalToReddish , 0.5 * TONGaTISCOLOR_4_normalToReddish_AtTip , TONGaTISSPO_4_spotsTiny_Red_AtTip , TONGbCOACOLOR_4_normal , TONGbCOAFEA_4_normal ) , AAWGT_0_PULS_EASY * ( PULSbDEPT_4_floating_UpperBurner_06 , PULSaRATE_4_slightlyRapid , PULScSTRE_4_slightlyStrong_UpperBurner2 ) ) Flag-codes for syndromeClass, applicable vetoFactors, syndromeCategories Of greatest interest to end users will be any applicable vetoFactors (i.e., applyVeto_xxx). classA_5 categA_ExtHeat categB_ExtHeat


Active symptom variables   for EPP_5_ExteriorHeatExcess ---Variable Group contribution to V, RANK_raw (not vetoAdjusted), MAGN_raw (not normalized)--- V RANK_raw MAGN_raw variableGroupName 0.25 0.50 0.25 SYSTtherm_4_feelsDislikesHeat_0 0.50 0.71 0.50 INTAKthir_4_thirst_0 0.25 0.25 0.13 PAIN_4_itchingBurningA1_OfEyesA2_0 0.38 0.31 0.19 PAIN_4_itchingBurningA2_OfEyesA1_0 0.03 0.03 0.01 TONGaTISCOLOR_4_normalToReddish_0(hue) 0.03 0.03 0.01 TONGaTISCOLOR_4_normalToReddish_1(sat) 0.03 0.02 0.00 TONGaTISCOLOR_4_normalToReddish_2(light) 0.08 0.06 0.02 TONGaTISCOLOR_4_normalToReddish_AtTip_0(hue) 0.08 0.06 0.02 TONGaTISCOLOR_4_normalToReddish_AtTip_1(sat) 0.08 0.03 0.01 TONGaTISCOLOR_4_normalToReddish_AtTip_2(light) 1.00 1.00 1.00 PULSaRATE_4_slightlyRapid_0


Competitor Syndromes   for EPP_5_ExteriorHeatExcess RANK of the evaluated syndrome, EPP_5_ExteriorHeatExcess : RANK_raw = 3.0 RANK_vetoAdj = 3.0 ---CRANK (raw, veto-adjusted, veto-and-distance-adjusted final value;  CRANK/RANK ratio)--- raw vetoDistAdj competitorSyndrome (opens in {{new window/tab}} ) vetoAdj CRANK/RANK Only competitor syndromes that exceed [ selection/threshold criteria ] are listed below. 2.9 2.9 1.7 0.56 ORGM_5_LiverYangAscending 2.2 2.2 1.6 0.54 FP_5_HotBlood 2.3 2.0 1.5 0.51 ORGM_5_DeficiencyOfLiverYin 1.8 1.8 1.5 0.51 PE_5_SummerHeatDampness 1.8 1.8 1.5 0.51 PE_5_SummerHeat 2.1 2.1 1.5 0.51 ORGL_5_DampHeatOfLargeIntestine 2.2 2.2 1.5 0.50 ORGU_5_HeatCongestedinLungs 2.6 2.6 1.5 0.50 ORGM_5_LiverFire 2.1 2.1 1.5 0.50 ORGL_5_DampHeatOfUrinBladder 2.1 2.1 1.4 0.48 ORGL_5_TurbidDampnessOfUrinBladder


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case_id=C901-20161123 EVALUATED SYNDROME   : EPP_5_ExteriorHeatDeficiency Important metrics MAGN*RANK*PROB= 0.2 MAGN= 0.7 RANK= 2.4 PROB=0.10


Top-level syndrome-pattern definition   for EPP_5_ExteriorHeatDeficiency pd( ( SYSTvital_4_fatigueLethargyMild , SYSTtherm_4_feelsDislikesHeat , SYSTtemp_4_feverLow , SYSTpersp_4_spontaneousMild , INTAKthir_4_thirst , INTAKthir_4_preferColdDrinks_only , DISCHsinus_4_congestionOnly , DISCHsinus_4_dischargeOnly , 0.5 * PAIN_4_soreAcheA1_OfHeadNShouldersA2 , 0.5 * PAIN_4_soreAcheA2_OfHeadNShouldersA1 , PAIN_4_soreAcheA1_RlvdByCold , PAIN_4_soreAcheA1_RlvdByPressure ) @omax(AAC_2_acute; u=0.500, w=0.750) , AAWGT_0_TONG * ( 0.5 * TONGaTISCOLOR_4_normalToReddish , 0.5 * TONGaTISCOLOR_4_normalToReddish_AtTip , TONGaTISSPO_4_spotsTiny_Red_AtTip , TONGbCOACOLOR_4_normal , TONGbCOAFEA_4_normal ) , AAWGT_0_PULS_EASY * ( PULSbDEPT_4_floating_UpperBurner_06 , PULSaRATE_4_slightlyRapid , PULScSTRE_4_slightlyWeak_UpperBurner2 ) ) Flag-codes for syndromeClass, applicable vetoFactors, syndromeCategories Of greatest interest to end users will be any applicable vetoFactors (i.e., applyVeto_xxx). classA_5 categA_ExtHeat categB_ExtHeat


Active symptom variables   for EPP_5_ExteriorHeatDeficiency ---Variable Group contribution to V, RANK_raw (not vetoAdjusted), MAGN_raw (not normalized)--- V RANK_raw MAGN_raw variableGroupName 0.25 0.50 0.25 SYSTtherm_4_feelsDislikesHeat_0 0.50 0.71 0.50 INTAKthir_4_thirst_0 0.03 0.03 0.01 TONGaTISCOLOR_4_normalToReddish_0(hue) 0.03 0.03 0.01 TONGaTISCOLOR_4_normalToReddish_1(sat) 0.03 0.02 0.00 TONGaTISCOLOR_4_normalToReddish_2(light) 0.08 0.06 0.02 TONGaTISCOLOR_4_normalToReddish_AtTip_0(hue) 0.08 0.06 0.02 TONGaTISCOLOR_4_normalToReddish_AtTip_1(sat) 0.08 0.03 0.01 TONGaTISCOLOR_4_normalToReddish_AtTip_2(light) 1.00 1.00 1.00 PULSaRATE_4_slightlyRapid_0


Competitor Syndromes   for EPP_5_ExteriorHeatDeficiency RANK of the evaluated syndrome, EPP_5_ExteriorHeatDeficiency : RANK_raw = 2.4 RANK_vetoAdj = 2.4 ---CRANK (raw, veto-adjusted, veto-and-distance-adjusted final value;  CRANK/RANK ratio)--- raw vetoDistAdj competitorSyndrome (opens in {{new window/tab}} ) vetoAdj CRANK/RANK Only competitor syndromes that exceed [ selection/threshold criteria ] are listed below. 2.1 2.1 1.9 0.79 ORGL_5_ExcessHeatOfSmallIntestine 2.1 2.1 1.8 0.76 ORGM_5_LiverFire 2.1 2.1 1.8 0.74 ORGM_5_ExcessHeatOfGallbladder 2.1 2.1 1.7 0.69 EPP_5_InteriorHeatExcess 2.1 2.1 1.7 0.68 ORGM_5_StomachHeat 1.8 1.8 1.6 0.67 ORGM_5_LiverYangAscending 2.2 2.2 1.6 0.66 FP_5_HotBlood 2.1 2.1 1.5 0.62 ORGL_5_DampHeatOfLargeIntestine 2.2 2.2 1.5 0.62 ORGU_5_HeatCongestedinLungs 2.1 2.1 1.5 0.61 ORGL_5_DampHeatOfUrinBladder


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case_id=C901-20161123 EVALUATED SYNDROME   : EPP_5_DeficiencyOfYang Important metrics MAGN*RANK*PROB= 2.8 MAGN= 2.1 RANK= 5.9 PROB=0.23


Top-level syndrome-pattern definition   for EPP_5_DeficiencyOfYang pd( ( SYSTvital_4_fatigueLethargy , SYSTtherm_4_feelsDislikesCold , SYSTpersp_4_spontaneous , 0.5 * SYSTbehav_4_passive_notIncludeWithdrawn , 0.5 * SYSTbehav_4_withdrawn_only , RESP_4_shallow22 , RESP_4_shortnessOfBreath99 , INTAKthir_4_thirstDiminished , INTAKthir_4_preferHotDrinks , OUTFLurin_4_pale , OUTFLbm_4_diarrheaBMloose , PAIN_4_painB_OfTorsoA , PAIN_4_painB_RlvdByHeat , PAIN_4_painB_RlvdByPressure , MOTN_4_slow , MOTN_4_weak , SPCH_4_slow99 , 0.5 * SPCH_4_softQuietVoice22 , 0.5 * SPCH_4_reticent99 ) @omax(AAC_2_typeIntCold; u=0.300, w=0.750) , AAWGT_0_TONG * ( TONGaTISCOLOR_4_pale , TONGbCOAFEA_4_thin , TONGbCOACOLOR_4_white ) , AAWGT_0_PULS_EASY * ( PULSaRATE_4_slow , PULScSTRE_4_weak , PULSbDEPT_4_floating , 0.5 * PULSaLENG_4_short ) , AAWGT_0_PULS_DIFF * ( PULScMIX_4_narrowFuzzyLoose ) ) Flag-codes for syndromeClass, applicable vetoFactors, syndromeCategories Of greatest interest to end users will be any applicable vetoFactors (i.e., applyVeto_xxx). classA_5 applyVeto_IntCold applyVeto_IntDefic categA_DefYang categB_DefYang


Active symptom variables   for EPP_5_DeficiencyOfYang ---Variable Group contribution to V, RANK_raw (not vetoAdjusted), MAGN_raw (not normalized)--- V RANK_raw MAGN_raw variableGroupName 1.00 1.00 1.00 SYSTvital_4_fatigueLethargy_0 2.00 1.00 2.00 SYSTtherm_4_feelsDislikesCold_0 0.20 0.45 0.20 INTAKthir_4_thirstDiminished_0 1.00 1.00 1.00 INTAKthir_4_preferHotDrinks_0 0.40 0.63 0.40 OUTFLurin_4_pale_0 1.00 1.00 1.00 OUTFLbm_4_diarrheaBMloose_0 1.00 1.00 1.00 PAIN_4_painB_OfTorsoA_0 0.03 0.02 0.00 TONGaTISCOLOR_4_pale_0(hue) 0.01 0.02 0.00 TONGaTISCOLOR_4_pale_1(sat) 0.01 0.05 0.00 TONGaTISCOLOR_4_pale_2(light) 0.06 0.24 0.06 PULScSTRE_4_weak_0 0.50 0.71 0.50 PULSbDEPT_4_floating_0 0.33 0.29 0.17 PULScMIX_4_narrowFuzzyLoose_0


Competitor Syndromes   for EPP_5_DeficiencyOfYang RANK of the evaluated syndrome, EPP_5_DeficiencyOfYang : RANK_raw = 7.4 RANK_vetoAdj = 5.9 ---CRANK (raw, veto-adjusted, veto-and-distance-adjusted final value;  CRANK/RANK ratio)--- raw vetoDistAdj competitorSyndrome (opens in {{new window/tab}} ) vetoAdj CRANK/RANK Only competitor syndromes that exceed [ selection/threshold criteria ] are listed below. 3.2 3.2 3.2 0.54 ORGL_5_ExcessHeatOfSmallIntestine 4.8 4.4 3.0 0.51 EPP_5_InteriorColdExcess 2.9 2.9 2.6 0.45 ORGM_5_DampHeatOfGallbladderAndLiver 2.6 2.6 2.6 0.44 ORGM_5_LiverYangAscending 2.7 2.7 2.6 0.44 CI_5_ShaoyangYangmingEvil 3.1 3.1 2.4 0.40 ORGL_5_DampHeatCrystalsInUrinBladder 5.5 5.0 2.4 0.40 ORGM_5_LiverMeridianColdStagnation 2.9 2.9 2.4 0.40 ORGL_5_DampHeatOfUrinBladder 4.4 4.4 2.3 0.39 CI_5_TaiyinEvil 3.0 3.0 2.3 0.39 PE_5_SummerHeatDampnessWCold


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case_id=C901-20161123 EVALUATED SYNDROME   : EPP_5_DeficiencyOfYin Important metrics MAGN*RANK*PROB= 0.7 MAGN= 1.2 RANK= 4.7 PROB=0.12


Top-level syndrome-pattern definition   for EPP_5_DeficiencyOfYin pd( ( SYSTvital_4_fatigueLethargy , 0.5 * SYSTtherm_4_feelsDislikesHeat , 0.5 * SYSTtherm_4_feelsDislikesHeat_InAfternoonEvening , SYSTtherm_4_hotSensation_OfPalmsSolesHead , SYSTpersp_4_excess_DuringSleep , 0.5 * SYSTbehav_4_passive , 0.5 * SYSTbehav_4_outgoingExcitabl_notIncludExcitButNoPersist , 0.5 * SYSTbehav_4_outgoingExcitableButLackPersist_only , RESP_4_shallow , INTAKthir_4_thirst , INTAKthir_4_preferColdDrinks_only , OUTFLurin_4_dark_only , 0.4 * OUTFLurin_4_scantyInfreq_only , OUTFLbm_4_constipation , PAIN_4_painA_OfTorsoA , PAIN_4_painA_RlvdByCold , PAIN_4_painA_RlvdByPressure , MOTN_4_rapid , MOTN_4_weak , SPCH_4_rapid99 , 0.5 * SPCH_4_quietVoice , 0.5 * SPCH_4_talkative ) @omax(AAC_2_typeYinDef; u=0.500, w=0.750) , PHYScomplexion_4_reddish_Cheeks , AAWGT_0_TONG * ( TONGaTISCOLOR_4_red , TONGaTISFEA_4_fissures , TONGbCOAFEA_4_absentOrVThin , TONGbCOACOLOR_4_whitePossiblyYellow ) , AAWGT_0_PULS_EASY * ( PULSaRATE_4_rapid , PULScSTRE_4_weak ) , AAWGT_0_PULS_DIFF * ( PULScMIX_4_narrowDistinct ) ) Flag-codes for syndromeClass, applicable vetoFactors, syndromeCategories Of greatest interest to end users will be any applicable vetoFactors (i.e., applyVeto_xxx). classA_5 applyVeto_IntHeat applyVeto_IntDefic categA_DefYin0 categB_DefYin0


Active symptom variables   for EPP_5_DeficiencyOfYin ---Variable Group contribution to V, RANK_raw (not vetoAdjusted), MAGN_raw (not normalized)--- V RANK_raw MAGN_raw variableGroupName 1.00 1.00 1.00 SYSTvital_4_fatigueLethargy_0 0.50 0.35 0.25 SYSTtherm_4_feelsDislikesHeat_0 0.20 0.22 0.10 SYSTbehav_4_outgoingExcitabl_notIncludExcitButNoPersist_0 1.00 1.00 1.00 INTAKthir_4_thirst_0 1.00 1.00 1.00 PAIN_4_painA_OfTorsoA_0 0.03 0.08 0.01 TONGaTISCOLOR_4_red_0(hue) 0.04 0.06 0.01 TONGaTISCOLOR_4_red_1(sat) 0.02 0.03 0.00 TONGaTISCOLOR_4_red_2(light) 0.02 0.12 0.02 TONGaTISFEA_4_fissures_0 0.50 0.71 0.50 PULSaRATE_4_rapid_0 0.06 0.24 0.06 PULScSTRE_4_weak_0 0.33 0.29 0.17 PULScMIX_4_narrowDistinct_0 0.33 0.29 0.17 PULScMIX_4_narrowDistinct_1


Competitor Syndromes   for EPP_5_DeficiencyOfYin RANK of the evaluated syndrome, EPP_5_DeficiencyOfYin : RANK_raw = 5.4 RANK_vetoAdj = 4.7 ---CRANK (raw, veto-adjusted, veto-and-distance-adjusted final value;  CRANK/RANK ratio)--- raw vetoDistAdj competitorSyndrome (opens in {{new window/tab}} ) vetoAdj CRANK/RANK Only competitor syndromes that exceed [ selection/threshold criteria ] are listed below. 3.2 3.2 3.0 0.63 CI_5_ShaoyangYangmingEvil 4.8 4.8 2.9 0.62 ORGL_5_DampHeatCrystalsInUrinBladder 3.8 3.8 2.9 0.62 ORGL_5_DampHeatOfUrinBladder 3.5 3.5 2.9 0.61 ORGM_5_DampHeatOfGallbladderAndLiver 3.3 3.3 2.8 0.59 ORGL_5_ExcessHeatOfSmallIntestine 3.3 3.3 2.7 0.57 PE_5_SummerHeatDampness 2.9 2.9 2.7 0.57 CI_5_ShaoyangTaiyangEvil 3.3 3.3 2.6 0.54 ORGL_5_DampHeatOfLargeIntestine 3.0 3.0 2.5 0.53 CI_5_ShaoyangEvil 3.5 3.5 2.4 0.52 ORGM_5_LiverFire


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case_id=C901-20161123 EVALUATED SYNDROME   : EPP_5_InteriorHeatExcess Important metrics MAGN*RANK*PROB= 0.9 MAGN= 1.1 RANK= 4.2 PROB=0.20


Top-level syndrome-pattern definition   for EPP_5_InteriorHeatExcess pd( ( SYSTtherm_4_feelsDislikesHeat , SYSTbehav_4_aggressiveOutgoingCrazed , RESP_4_exaggeratedRasping , INTAKthir_4_thirst , INTAKthir_4_preferColdDrinks_only , OUTFLurin_4_dark_only , 0.4 * OUTFLurin_4_scantyInfreq_only , OUTFLbm_4_constipation , PAIN_4_painA_OfTorsoA , PAIN_4_painA_RlvdByCold , PAIN_4_painA_AggrByPressure , MOTN_4_rapid , MOTN_4_forcefulViolent , SPCH_4_rapid99 , 0.5 * SPCH_4_loudVoice , 0.5 * SPCH_4_talkative ) @omax(AAC_2_typeAcuteChronic1; u=0.850, w=0.850) , AAWGT_0_TONG * ( TONGaTISCOLOR_4_red , TONGbCOACOLOR_4_yellow , TONGbCOAFEA_4_thick ) , AAWGT_0_PULS_EASY * ( PULSaRATE_4_rapid , PULScSTRE_4_strong ) ) Flag-codes for syndromeClass, applicable vetoFactors, syndromeCategories Of greatest interest to end users will be any applicable vetoFactors (i.e., applyVeto_xxx). classA_5 applyVeto_IntHeat applyVeto_IntExcess categA_IEHeat0 categB_IEHeat0


Active symptom variables   for EPP_5_InteriorHeatExcess ---Variable Group contribution to V, RANK_raw (not vetoAdjusted), MAGN_raw (not normalized)--- V RANK_raw MAGN_raw variableGroupName 0.45 0.67 0.45 SYSTtherm_4_feelsDislikesHeat_0 0.18 0.42 0.18 SYSTbehav_4_aggressiveOutgoingCrazed_0 0.90 0.95 0.90 INTAKthir_4_thirst_0 0.90 0.95 0.90 PAIN_4_painA_OfTorsoA_0 0.03 0.08 0.01 TONGaTISCOLOR_4_red_0(hue) 0.04 0.06 0.01 TONGaTISCOLOR_4_red_1(sat) 0.02 0.03 0.00 TONGaTISCOLOR_4_red_2(light) 0.04 0.21 0.04 TONGbCOACOLOR_4_yellow_0 0.02 0.12 0.02 TONGbCOAFEA_4_thick_0 0.50 0.71 0.50 PULSaRATE_4_rapid_0


Competitor Syndromes   for EPP_5_InteriorHeatExcess RANK of the evaluated syndrome, EPP_5_InteriorHeatExcess : RANK_raw = 4.2 RANK_vetoAdj = 4.2 ---CRANK (raw, veto-adjusted, veto-and-distance-adjusted final value;  CRANK/RANK ratio)--- raw vetoDistAdj competitorSyndrome (opens in {{new window/tab}} ) vetoAdj CRANK/RANK Only competitor syndromes that exceed [ selection/threshold criteria ] are listed below. 2.8 2.8 2.1 0.49 PE_5_SummerHeatDampness 4.0 4.0 2.0 0.48 ORGL_5_DampHeatOfUrinBladder 4.9 4.9 2.0 0.48 ORGL_5_DampHeatCrystalsInUrinBladder 3.8 3.8 2.0 0.47 ORGL_5_DampHeatOfLargeIntestine 3.2 3.2 1.9 0.45 ORGU_5_HeatCongestedinLungs 3.1 3.1 1.9 0.44 ORGM_5_LiverYangAscending 2.7 2.7 1.8 0.43 ORGM_5_LiverBloodStagnation 2.1 2.1 1.7 0.41 EPP_5_ExteriorHeatDeficiency 2.9 2.9 1.7 0.40 ORGM_5_DampHeatOfGallbladderAndLiver 2.5 2.5 1.7 0.40 VH_5_XueYinDamage


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case_id=C901-20161123 EVALUATED SYNDROME   : EPP_5_InteriorColdExcess Important metrics MAGN*RANK*PROB= 2.0 MAGN= 2.1 RANK= 4.8 PROB=0.20


Top-level syndrome-pattern definition   for EPP_5_InteriorColdExcess pd( ( SYSTtherm_4_feelsDislikesCold , SYSTbehav_4_withdrawn , RESP_4_exaggeratedRasping , INTAKthir_4_thirstDiminished , INTAKthir_4_preferHotDrinks , OUTFLurin_4_pale , OUTFLbm_4_diarrheaBMloose , PAIN_4_painB_OfTorsoA , PAIN_4_painB_RlvdByHeat , PAIN_4_painB_AggrByPressure , MOTN_4_slow , MOTN_4_forceful , SPCH_4_slow99 , SPCH_4_loudVoice ) @omax(AAC_2_typeIntCold; u=0.300, w=0.750) , AAWGT_0_TONG * ( TONGaTISCOLOR_4_pale , TONGbCOAFEA_4_thick , TONGbCOACOLOR_4_white ) , AAWGT_0_PULS_EASY * ( PULSaRATE_4_slow , PULScSTRE_4_strong ) ) Flag-codes for syndromeClass, applicable vetoFactors, syndromeCategories Of greatest interest to end users will be any applicable vetoFactors (i.e., applyVeto_xxx). classA_5 applyVeto_IntCold applyVeto_IntExcess categA_IECold0 categB_IECold0


Active symptom variables   for EPP_5_InteriorColdExcess ---Variable Group contribution to V, RANK_raw (not vetoAdjusted), MAGN_raw (not normalized)--- V RANK_raw MAGN_raw variableGroupName 2.00 1.00 2.00 SYSTtherm_4_feelsDislikesCold_0 0.20 0.45 0.20 INTAKthir_4_thirstDiminished_0 1.00 1.00 1.00 INTAKthir_4_preferHotDrinks_0 0.40 0.63 0.40 OUTFLurin_4_pale_0 1.00 1.00 1.00 OUTFLbm_4_diarrheaBMloose_0 1.00 1.00 1.00 PAIN_4_painB_OfTorsoA_0 0.03 0.02 0.00 TONGaTISCOLOR_4_pale_0(hue) 0.01 0.02 0.00 TONGaTISCOLOR_4_pale_1(sat) 0.01 0.05 0.00 TONGaTISCOLOR_4_pale_2(light) 0.02 0.12 0.02 TONGbCOAFEA_4_thick_0


Competitor Syndromes   for EPP_5_InteriorColdExcess RANK of the evaluated syndrome, EPP_5_InteriorColdExcess : RANK_raw = 5.3 RANK_vetoAdj = 4.8 ---CRANK (raw, veto-adjusted, veto-and-distance-adjusted final value;  CRANK/RANK ratio)--- raw vetoDistAdj competitorSyndrome (opens in {{new window/tab}} ) vetoAdj CRANK/RANK Only competitor syndromes that exceed [ selection/threshold criteria ] are listed below. 4.8 3.8 2.7 0.56 ORGL_5_ColdDeficiencyOfLargeIntestine 4.8 3.9 2.6 0.54 EPP_5_DeficiencyOfYang 4.7 3.7 2.5 0.51 ORGM_5_DeficiencyOfSpleenYang 2.9 2.9 2.5 0.51 ORGL_5_DampHeatOfUrinBladder 4.5 3.6 2.5 0.51 ORGL_5_DeficiencyColdOfSmallIntestine 3.2 3.2 2.4 0.50 ORGL_5_ExcessHeatOfSmallIntestine 3.1 3.1 2.4 0.50 ORGL_5_DampHeatCrystalsInUrinBladder 5.3 4.9 2.4 0.49 ORGM_5_LiverMeridianColdStagnation 4.1 3.3 2.2 0.46 ORGL_5_DeficiencyOfKidneyYang 4.0 3.2 2.1 0.44 CI_5_ShaoyinDeficiencyCold


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