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xue ku 血枯


Translated by: Joe Hing Kwok Chu  


(in English and Chinese 中英文)


This is a term used in traditional Chinese medicine.

The main symptoms are fullness in chest area, or even eating interference. When the disease first occurs, the patient may smell  fishy smell, runny nose, spitting blood, cold limbs, blurry vision, blood in urine and stool.



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