SanJiaoMeridianQuiz

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San Jiao Meridian Quiz
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  1. T or F SJ5 (Waiguan) is located 3cun proximal to SJ4 (Yangchi). in the depression btw the radius and the ulna, on the radial side of the E. Digitorum Communis Tendons.
    False
  2. Xi-cleft point of the Sanjiao Channel is located 3cun proximal to SJ4 (Yangchi), level with and on the _____ side of SJ6 (Zhigou), in the depression btw the ulna and the E.Digitorum Communis muscle.
    Ulna
  3. Which of the following points is Yuan-source pt of the Sanjiao Channel?
    A. SJ7 (Huizong)
    B. SJ5 (Waiguan)
    C. SJ4 (Yangchi)
    D. SJ6 (Zhigou)
    C. SJ4 (Yangchi)
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  4. SJ4 (Yangchi) is located on the dorsum of the wrist, at the level of the wrist joint, in the depression btw the tendons of____________and__________.
    Extensor Digitorum Minimi and Extensor Digitorum Communis
  5. Which of the following pts is effective for treating Sudden Loss of Voice?
    A. SJ4 (Yangchi)
    B. SJ5 (Waiguan)
    C. SJ6 (Zhigou)
    D. SJ7 (Huizong)
    C. SJ6 (Zhigou)
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  6. SJ9 (Sidu) is located in the depression btw the radius and the ulna, on a line drawn btw___and____, ___cun
    proximal to SJ4 (Yangchi)
    SJ4 (Yangchi), Lat H. Epicondyle, 7
  7. Which pt in the SJ Meridian is point of the Window of Heaven?
    SJ16
  8. Which of the following pts in SJ Meridian is widely used for facial paralysis due to Windstroke or Bell's Palsy, trigeminal neuralgia, spasm, and lockjaw?
    A. SJ20 (Jiaosum)
    B. SJ19 (Luxi)
    C. SJ17 (Yifeng)
    D. SJ18 (Qimai)
    C. SJ17 (Yifeng)
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  9. This pt in SJ Meridian is clinically used for local disorders of the wrist joint, including redness, swelling, weakness, and pain?
    A. SJ3 (Zhongzhu)
    B. SJ4 (Yangchi)
    C. SJ5 (Waiguan)
    D. SJ6 (Zhigou)
    B. SJ4 (Yangchi)
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  10. T or F SJ10 (Tianjing) is effective for transforming phlegm and good for treating scrofula, relieving painful chest obstruction and treating constipation.
    False
  11. Which is not a function of SJ5 (Waiguan)?
    A. Transforms phlegm and dissipates nodules
    B. Benefits the head and ears
    C. Opens the Yang Linking Vessel
    D. Activates the channel and alleviates pain
    A. Transforms phlegm and dissipates nodules
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  12. How many points are there on the SJ Meridian?
    23
  13. Which of the following pts is good for treating shoulder and elbow, back pain (at level of heart), and numbness of four limbs?
    A. SJ2 (Yemen)
    B. SJ4 (Yangchi)
    C. SJ1 (Guanchong)
    D. SJ3 (Zhongzhu)
    D. SJ3 (Zhongzhu)
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  14. In clinical practice, the pts of SJ5 (Waiguan) and ____ are joined by through-needling for pain of the chest which radiates to the back.
    PC6
  15. Which of the following pts in the SJ Meridian is not around the ear?
    A. SJ20 (Jiaosun)
    B. SJ17 (Yifeng)
    C. SJ18 (Qimai)
    D. SJ23 (Sizhukong)
    D. SJ23 (Sizhukong)
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  16. This point, _____, is located on the side of the head, directly level with the apex of th ear when the ear is folded forward.
    SJ20
  17. This point, _____, is coupled with SI19 (Tinggong) and GB2 (Tinghui) to treat tinnitus, deafness, pain, itchiness, and discharge.
    SJ21
  18. Which of the followins pts in SJ Meridian classically treats Wasting and Thirsting disorder?
    A. SJ4 (Yangchi)
    B. SJ3 (Zhongzhu)
    C. SJ1 (Guanchong)
    D. SJ2 (Yemen)
    C. SJ1 (Guanchong)
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)

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