Acupuncture: A Comprehensive Text
John O'Connor, Dan Bensky
Eastland Press, Jan 1, 1981 - Medical - 741 pages
Authoritative work. Descriptions of more than 1,000 acupuncture points, discussion of techniques etc. 741 p. B/W illus.
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A Summary of Channel Theory
Root and Branch Origin and End and Path of Qi
The Eight Miscellaneous and Twelve Divergent Channels
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