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    Title: Liver Governs Tendon - A Theory from Traditional Chinese Medicine: Evidence from a Population-based Matched Cohort Study in Taiwan for the Association of Chronic Liver Disease and Commonly Diseases in the Chiropractic Office
    Authors: 馬佳蔓;Ma, Chia-Man;Lin, Lih-Hwa;Lin, Lih-Hwa;陳永祥;Chen, Yung-Hsian;Chen, Huey-Yi;Chen, Huey-Yi;Chi, Jen-Huai;Chiang, Jen-Huai;Chen, Wen-Chi;Chen, Wen-Chi;*
    Contributors: 心理學系
    Date: 2016-10
    Issue Date: 2017-03-01 13:39:42 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: In traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) theory, the liver governs the tendons. This retrospective cohort study investigated the relationship between chronic liver disease and common orthopedic conditions by utilizing the National Health Insurance Research Database of Taiwan. The populations included within this study were chronic liver disease patients (International Classification of Diseases/ICD-9 code: 571) and a comparison group composed of patients with nonchronic liver disease. The medical event that was evaluated was internal derangement of joints (ICD-9 codes: 717-718). In comparison with the control group, patients with chronic liver disease were 1.29 times more likely to develop internal derangement of joints when major trauma had also occurred. We did not find the association of viral hepatitis with internal derangement of joints. Patients with chronic liver disease as well as anemia were 3.01 times more likely to develop joint derangements. Our study shows that patients with anemia in addition to chronic liver disease are more prone to develop joint derangements. This is the first documented research study that endorses “the liver governs the tendons which gives the body the ability to move” theory of TCM. The incidence rate of internal derangement of knee joints was higher in patients with chronic liver disease.
    Relation: Evidence-based Complementary and Alternative Medicine
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