In general terms, a wet and shiny complexion indicates that the disease is mild, the Qi and blood are not poor and that the prognosis is good, while a dark and tired-looking complexion suggests that the disease is severe, essential Qi is already damaged and that the prognosis is adverse. In terms of the clinical significance of the color of secretions and excretions, such as runny nose, sputum, urine and vaginal discharge, those with clear whitish tone in general denote deficiency and cold, while the cloudy and yellow indicate heat and excess. Observation of the aparienciEntendemos by appearance both body shape which can be described as strong, weak, heavy or thin, as the movement and posture related to the illness.An overweight condition accompanied by mental depression generally indicates a deficiency of Qi and excess of phlegm damp.A thin person of dry skin is an indication of lack of blood.A loss of enormous weight during the course of a long illness is an indication of the exhaustion of essential Qi. Body movement and posture of the patient are both external manifestations of pathological changes.In the course of various diseases of movement and posture variations.However, a patient with vivid and active postures and movement generally expresses a yang syndrome, while the passive and off ways to indicate a yin condition. For example, a patient with a pulmonary syndrome by excess, with too much phlegm, box is likely to sit with the neck extended, while a patient with Qi deficiency, manifested as shortness of breath and aversion to speaking, tends to sit facing down. The presence of violent and involuntary movements of the four extremities are presented mostly wind diseases, such as tetanus or infantile convulsions acute or chronic.The onset of numbness and the irremovability of the limbs on one side of the body indicated hemiplegia or apoplegia by wind. Observation of the five bodies Sensorialesobservacion of the eyes: the liver opens to the eyes, and the essential five organs Qi zang and six bodies fu moves completely into the eyes. . For more information see Oncology.