This excellently designed Atlas of Acupuncture is straightforward to entry and gives transparent details at the complete diversity of acupuncture issues and major channels in a scientific and transparent manner. each one of those issues mix anatomical drawings and pictures of floor anatomy. This acupuncture atlas not just presents newbies with an outline of an important acupuncture issues, yet skilled practitioners may also find out about seldom used acupuncture issues and hence expand their knowledge.
- Clear info at the complete variety of acupuncture issues and major channels in a scientific and transparent way
- Each element combines anatomical drawings and pictures of floor anatomy
- Attractive two-colour design
- Highly illustrated
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1. 2); commencing element (➞ eight. 1. eight) of the ren mai; Gao Wu Command aspect (➞ eight. 1. eleven) of the nape and occiput; Ma Dan Yang Heavenly big name element (➞ eight. 1. 14); distal aspect for the occiput, shoulder and Lungs (➞ eight. 2. 1); adjoining element for the palms (➞ eight. 2. 1) LU-8 (jingqu): jing-river element (Metal) (➞ eight. 1. 6); ben aspect (Five section aspect) LU-9 (taiyuan) ■■: yuan-source element (➞ eight. 1. 1), hui-meeting element (➞ eight. 1. 7) of the vessels; shu-stream aspect (Earth) (➞ eight. 1. 6); tonification element LU-10 (yuji): ying-spring element (Fire) (➞ eight.
1. 6); tonification aspect; Ma Dan Yang Heavenly famous person element; distal aspect for the neck (➞ eight. 2. 1); neighborhood aspect for the elbow (➞ eight. 2. 1) L. I. -13 (shouwuli): neighborhood element for the elbow (➞ eight. 2. 1) L. I. -14 (binao)*: jiaohui-meeting aspect with the S. I. and BL channel and the yang wei mai* (➞ eight. 1. 10); neighborhood element for the shoulder and elbow (➞ eight. 2. 1) L. I. -15 (jianyu) ■■: jiaohui-meeting element with the yang qiao mai (➞ eight. 1. 10); neighborhood element for the shoulder (➞ eight. 2. 1) L. I. -16 (jugu): jiaohui-meeting element with the yang qiao mai (➞ eight.
Through rotating the patient’s head to the other facet, this muscle becomes extra obvious and palpable. ➞ L. I. -18 is found 1 cun stronger to L. I. -17, among the 2 heads of the sternocleidomastoid. L. I. -18 Laryngeal prominence L. I. -17 Needling 1 cun Rotate the pinnacle again to its common place prior to needle insertion. Vertically zero. 3–0. five cun or obliquely as much as zero. eight cun. warning: Carotid artery, jugular vein. Clavicular head Actions/Indications Sternal head ● Sternocleidomastoid G. B. -20 T. B.
Ex-HN-5 G. B. -11 T. B. -21 S. I. -19 G. B. -2 ST-7 S. I. -18 G. B. -19 G. B. -20 T. B. -17 ST-5 ST-6 G. B. -12 Opens the channel, advantages the jaw and tooth, alleviates ache merits the ears particular positive aspects assembly aspect with the G. B. channel. vital neighborhood aspect and regularly used set off element. Ex-HN (anmian) Mandibular notch S. I. -17 T. B. -16 Head of the mandible Articular disc exterior auditory meatus Ren-23 Occipital bone Condyloid technique T. B. -23 ST-7 Zygomatic arch Ramus of the mandible Mandibular attitude Coronoid strategy * based on Deadman et al 1998.
B. -12 ST-9 ST-5 ST-6 S. I. -17 T. B. -16 Sternocleidomastoid L. I. -18 Ren-23 L. I. -18 ST-9 S. I. -16 L. I. -17 S. I. -16 Laryngeal prominence L. I. -17 ST-12 ST-11 ST-11 Sternal head Clavicular head exterior jugular vein Transverse cervical nerve 117 Ch04. 2-F10028. qxd 2/23/08 7:06 PM web page 118 four Acupuncture issues of the Twelve basic Channels L. I. -18 aid the Prominence FUTU position at the lateral element of the neck, on the point of the laryngeal prominence, among the 2 heads of the sternocleidomastoid muscle (➞ three.