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This excellently designed Atlas of Acupuncture is simple to entry and gives transparent info at the complete diversity of acupuncture issues and major channels in a scientific and transparent manner. every one of those issues mix anatomical drawings and images of floor anatomy. This acupuncture atlas not just offers newcomers with an summary of crucial acupuncture issues, yet skilled practitioners may also know about seldom used acupuncture issues and hence expand their knowledge.

  • Clear details at the complete diversity of acupuncture issues and major channels in a scientific and transparent way
  • Each element combines anatomical drawings and pictures of floor anatomy
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Three. ninety one G. B. -22 4th ICS fifth ICS sixth ICS SP-21 Axillary line eleventh rib LIV-13 Fig. three. ninety two 70 3. five Anterior and Lateral element of the Thorax and stomach Anterior better iliac backbone (ASIS) (➞ Figs three. 93–3. ninety five) Umbilicus (Ren-8) ASIS KID-15 Ren-6 by way of palpating alongside the iliac crest in an anterior and inferior path, the anterior greater iliac backbone (ASIS) is reached on the lateral finish of the inguinal groove. The ASIS is felt as a special bony ridge. ➞ G. B. -27 is found anterior to it, whereas ➞ G. B. -28 is found somewhat extra inferiorly and medially. ST-28 G. B. -27 Ren-2 G. B. -27 zero. five cun Symphysis ST-30 SP-12 Anterior stronger iliac backbone G. B. -28 Fig. three. ninety six Fig. three. ninety three Anterior more suitable iliac backbone Fig. three. ninety four Posterior more desirable iliac backbone Anterior improved iliac backbone Fig. three. ninety five seventy one 3 Anatomical Orientation Pubic symphysis, umbilicus (➞ Fig. three. ninety eight) the higher border of the pubic symphysis is a crucial orientation aspect for element situation at the reduce stomach. the gap among the centre of the umbilicus and the higher border of the symphysis will be divided into five proportional cun, that can fluctuate considerably from the patient’s finger cun (➞ bankruptcy 2). ➞ Ren-2 is found at the anterior midline and at the top border of the pubic symphysis. L4 Anterior more desirable iliac backbone (ASIS) Sacroiliac joint larger trochanter three. 6 reduce Extremity larger trochanter (➞ Fig. three. ninety nine) The better trochanter varieties a unique, projecting bony constitution at the hip sector. it's one of many endpoints on an imaginary line connecting it with the sacral hiatus. situated in this line is ➞ G. B. -30, a 3rd of the gap from the better trochanter. one other line connecting the higher trochanter and the anterior more advantageous iliac backbone (ASIS) is used for finding ➞ G. B. -29. Ren-2 Symphysis Symphysis pubis, interpubic disc Fig. three. ninety eight Anterior better iliac backbone (ASIS) Fig. three. ninety seven G. B. -29 higher trochanter Fig. three. ninety nine seventy two G. B. -30 3. 6 decrease Extremity three. 6. 1 Knee zone Ex-LE-4 (neixiyan) ST-34 'Eyes of the knee' Patellar tendon Head of the fibula G. B. -34 ST-35 for finding and needling issues within the knee sector, the sufferer can be in a calm supine place, with the knees a bit flexed and supported via pillows. This opens up the knee joint and enables greater palpation of the eyes of the knees. A companies place with a aid under the ft and ankles is suggested for treating issues within the popliteal crease. Patella (➞ Figs three. a hundred, three. one zero one) SP-9 Medial condyle of the tibia the higher patellar border marks the positioning of ➞ SP-10 in addition to of ➞ ST-32 to ST-34. Eyes of the knee (➞ Figs three. a hundred, three. a hundred and one) The eyes of the knee are shaped through the depressions on each side of the patellar tendon on the point of the decrease patellar border. The lateral eye corresponds to the site of ➞ ST-35, the medial eye is the site of the additional aspect ➞ Ex-LE-4 (neixiyan). Head of the fibula (➞ Figs three. a hundred, three. one zero one) Fig. three. a hundred the pinnacle of the fibula kinds another very important reference aspect not so good as the lateral element of the knee joint.

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