Local burning

Introduction

Introduction

Local burning, found in wind-heat stagnation, due to wind, cold, dampness, heat and other external evils invading the human body, blocking the meridians and causing poor blood circulation. However, some patients have fever, thirst, red throat, general malaise, and subsequent joint symptoms. At the beginning of the disease, it is mainly based on evil spirits. The disease is in the meridians of the limb skin. Long-term illnesses are mostly imaginary evils, or mixed with real and false, and the disease is deep into the bones or organs. Clinically, there may be pathological changes such as phlegm and blood stasis, qi and blood deficiency, relapse in evil, and viscera injury.

Pathogen

Cause

Mainly caused by the wind, cold, damp, heat evil to attack the human body, causing poor blood and blood flow, meridian block. Or sick for a long time, phlegm and blood stasis, blocking the tunnel, deep into the joints and veins. In general, Zhengqi deficiency is the internal cause. The evil of wind, cold and dampness is an external cause. The onset of sputum is generally not obvious. The pain is migratory or fixed, and some are stinging, or numbness, or swelling.

Examine

an examination

Related inspection

Physical examination of skin diseases

Symptoms: The disease changes rapidly. In the early stage, fever, sore throat, dry mouth and thirst, etc., symptoms of wind and heat attack, followed by joint migratory pain, local redness, swelling, heat, pain, body heat or wet heat transpiration . Hot, the joints are red and swollen, the burning sensation is obvious, the fever is also very, the skin can be seen with erythema, the tongue is red, the moss is dry, and the pulse slips. Windy, muscle joints are migratory pain or sweating, bad wind, red tongue, thin yellow fur, pulse floating number or slip number.

Diagnosis

Differential diagnosis

Need to be distinguished from the following symptoms

Skin color and temperature changes in the limbs: Skin color and temperature changes in the limbs are one of the clinical manifestations of complex local pain syndrome. Complex local pain syndrome (CRPS) refers to secondary injuries, iatrogenic injuries. A clinical syndrome characterized by severe intractability, variability, malnutrition, and dysfunction that occurs after systemic disease.

Local tenderness: From an anatomical point of view, the bone plate is very thin, the skin covering this part is also very thin, and the periosteal sensory nerve is also rich. Therefore, it is sensitive to the touch pressure and tends to produce obvious tenderness.