Acupuncture: textbook and atlas
Following an introduction to the philosophical and theoreti-cal background of traditional Chinese medicine, the dia-gnostic system is presented: the Chinese system of channelsand functional organs, the significance of pointsand pointcategories, methods of needling and moxibustion. There is achapter on treatment based on western diagnosis.
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Scientific Basis of Acupuncture B Pomeranz
History of Acupuncture G Stux
Chinese System of Channels Organs and Points G Stux
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11 Quchi 14 Dazhui 20 Baihui 23 Shenshu 36 Zusanli 44 Neiting abdomen According to traditional acupuncture analgesia acupuncture points acupuncture treatment Alarm point analgesic asthma Back Shu point beta endorphin blood body bone cleft Chinese medicine cold deficiency distal points dorsal dynorphin Ear point effect electroacupuncture endorphin excess-type gallbladder gallbladder channel Guanyuan Hand point headache heart heat Hegu important Indications Influential point Jing point Jing well point Jingmen joint kidney large intestine laser liver lumbago Luo connecting point medial midline moxibustion muscle naloxone Needling method Neiguan Neiting nerve organs paralysis patients pericardium Perpendicular point Location Pomeranz Ren 6 Qihai Sanjiao Sanyinjiao sciatica serotonin Shenmen side skin small intestine spinal cord spinous process spleen stimulation symptoms Taichong Takeshige thoracic tonification point Transport point trigeminal neuralgia urinary bladder urinary bladder channel vital energy Xi-cleft point Yanglingquan Yin channels