By Xu Jianhua, Maria Rojas Aguado, Mario Hernandez Acosta, Berbera Editores
Dentro de l. a. Medicina Tradicional Mexicana, los angeles técnica de ventosas es usada de manera empírica, su uso se ha transmitido de manera oral, siendo utilizada principalmente para patologías musculares. los angeles Medicina Tradicional China, los angeles ha transmitido de manera sistematizada, es de utilidad en diversos padecimientos los cuales el presente titulo expone, tiene bases solidas en los libros chinos antiguos así como en los libros que sirven de apoyo en los angeles actualidad en los centros de atención a los angeles salud en l. a. República well known de China y que ahora son traducidos al español y plasmados en los angeles presente obra, los angeles cual abarca las experiencias clínicas en las especialidades de Medicina Interna, Cirugía, Ginecologia, Pediatría, Ortopedia y Traumatología, así como en Otorrinolaringología y Dermatología entre otras. Tratando de esta manera mas de cien enfermedades. Contiene esquemas que ilustran el uso de esta técnica en los angeles practica clínica.
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