Wang Shuhe Maijue (The Pulse-Diagnosis Song of Wang Shuhe), was authored by Gao Yangsheng of Six dynasties. It is a medical book based on the outlines of five Zang-organs, incorporating genre of poetry and rhymed verses. In the name of Maijue, this book covers anatomy of Zanfu organs, physiology, pathology, syndromes, pulse diagnosis, and other clinical diagnoses. Not only a monograph, the book is also a comprehensive introductory textbook. Maijue remained nameless in the Sui and Tang dynasties; however, after the Northern Song dynasty, it achieved eminence and popularity due to its simplicity and apprehensibility. Even for several hundred years prior to the emergence of Binhu Maijue, authored by Li Shizhen of the Ming dynasty, there was a notion that Maijue was to replace Maijing. However, since Southern Song dynasty until now, little emphasis had been placed on Maijue for its contributions to medical literature. This article is tasked with analyzing the book Maijue, since most medical texts prior to the Sui and Tang dynasties were not recoverable. Maijue served as a compilation of then contemporary popular literature, which includes a significant portion of medically-related knowledge. It also made a valuable contribution toward the Zangfu theory. Based on the content of the Zang-organ related verses in翠嚴精舍刻本《新刊通真子補注王叔和脈訣》, which was published in Chenghua Year 5, Ming dynasty, this article will re-examine the chronological compilations of the literature, verse styles corresponding to Zangfu concept and discuss the development of Zangfu theory.