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  1. What is the master/couple of ren?
    Lu7, Ki6
  2. What is the master/couple of du?
    Si3, Ub62
  3. What is the master/couple of chong?
    Sp4, PC6
  4. What is the master/couple of dai?
    Gb41, SJ5
  5. What is the master/couple of yin wei?
    PC6, SP4
  6. What is the master/couple of yang wei?
    SJ5, GB 41
  7. What is the master/couple of yin qiao?
    Ki6, LU7
  8. What is the master/couple of yang qiao?
    UB62, Si3
  9. What is the pathway of ren?
    Originate @ uterus/lower ab, emerges @ ren1, ant. pubes, ab>throat, curves lips meet DU28, pass cheek, enter infraorbital, ends St1.
  10. 2nd branch: pelvic cavity> enter spine> ascends back
  11. What is the pathway of Du?
    Orig. uterus/lower ab, emerges Ren1> ascends int of spine to DU12> diverts UB12> DU13> ascends to DU16> enters BRAIN, ascends vertex>forehead>nose> ends Du28
  12. What is the pathway of the Chong?
    Orig. inside low ab & emerge perineum. Ascends inside spine. Superficial branch pass ST30 & communicate W/ KI (Ki11/21). Ascends both sides of ab> throat>curves around lips
  13. What is the pathway of the Dai?
    Orig. below Hypochondriac region> run olbique down to GB 26, 27,28. Run transverse around waist like belt.
  14. What is pathway of Yin Wei?
    Orig. medial aspect leg @ KI9, ascends medial thigh>ab to communicate w/ SP & LIV @ SP13, 15,16, LIV14. Ascends chest and communicate w/ Ren22,Ren 23
  15. What is the pathway of Yang Wei?
    Orig. heel@ UB63, emerge: ext. mallelolus, ascends GB channel, pass hip>hypochondriac region>ascend post axilla/ shoulder Si10, SJ15, GB21> forehead Gb13,14,15, back neck, Du 15, DU 16
  16. What is the pathway of Yin Qiao?
    Orig. post. navicular bone @ Ki6, ascendsmed. malleolus to Ki8> medial thigh> ext. genitalia> ab/chest> supraclavicular fossa(SCF)>lat to adam's apple ST9> zygoma>inner canthus communicates w/ Yang Qiao
  17. What is the pathway of Yang Qiao?
    Orig. at lat heel @ UB62> UB61, ascends lat. mallelous to UB59>post. of fibula>lat. thigh, ascends hypoc.>post. axillary fold>shoulder Si10,Li15,16>mouth ST4,ST3, ST1>inner canthus UB1>communicate Yin Qiao> ascends UB forehead>post.lateral head>behind ear GB20, enter brain DU20
  18. Which 3 channels originate in the lower ab/uterus?
    ren,du, chong
  19. Where does the Dai originate?
    LIV 13 area
  20. Crossing points of Ren?
    Du 28, ST1
  21. Crossing points of DU?
    REN 1, UB 12
  22. Crossing points of Chong?
    REN1, St30, KI11, KI21
  23. Crossing points of Dai?
    Gb26, GB27, GB 28
  24. Crossing points of Yin Wei?
    Ki9, SP13, 15,16, LIV 14, REN 22,23
  25. Crossing points of Yang Wei?
    UB63, Gb35, Si10, SJ15, GB21, GB13-20, Du 16, DU 15
  26. Crossing points of Yin QIao?
    Ki6, KI8, UB1
  27. Crossing points of Yang Qiao?
    UB59, 61, 62, Gb20, 29, Si10, Li15,16, St1,3,4,UB1
  28. What are pathologies of REN?
    reproductive system, gyn, hernia, dysuria, asthma, nocturnal emissions, leucorreah
  29. What are pathologies of DU?
    febrile dz (d/t wind), head/face/back/neck nervous system/sense organs d/o
  30. What are pathologies of CHONG?
    SHI patterns of stagnation, dysmenorreah, infertility, ab pain/spasm
  31. What are pathologies of DAI?
    weak lumbar, temporal h/a, GB d/o(gallstones,"itis"), uterine prolapse,leucorreah, distended weak ab
  32. What are pathologies of Yin Wei?
    Int. Syndrome: chest/Cardiac P°, STache, anxiety, mental restlessness, insomnia
  33. What are pathologies of Yang Wei?
    Ext. Syndrome: F/C & channel pain from tai yang/shaoyang, ear problem, Dypsnea w/ raised shoulder
  34. What are pathologies of Yin Qiao?
    NIGHT epilepsy,INVERSION of foot, SOMNOLENCE (+yin), eye dz, low/lat ab,hip/lumbar P°, dribbling P° urination, throat/vocal cord d/o
  35. What are pathologies of Yang Qiao?
    DAY epilepsy, EVERSION of the foot, lumbar P°/stiff, excess yang, eye dz, dribbling P° urination
  36. What is the lou of the Ren?
    Ren 15
  37. What is the lou of the Du?
  38. What is the Xi cleft pt of the Yin Wei?
  39. What is the Xi cleft pt of the Yang Wei?
  40. What is the Xi cleft pt of the Yin Qiao?
  41. What is the Xi cleft pt of the Yang Qiao?
    UB 59
  42. What are the actions of ren?
    regulate, circulate yin to nourish/lube organs & channels, reg. reproductive, internal organ fx, tx 7 hernias
  43. What are the actions of du?
    reg yang channel, circ.heat/yang to warm channel&organ, strenghten body immune, influence brain, head, sense organ fx
  44. What are the actions of chong?
    stores and reg. blood, reg. 12 primary channels
  45. What are the actions of dai?
    control/bind all channels that travel LONGITUDINALLY, reg. leukorreah, GB channel, sides body
  46. What are the actions of the Yin Wei?
    dominate the interior, balance emotion
  47. What are the actions of Yang Wei?
    dominate the ext, reg qi in TAI YANG/SHAO YANG, balance emotion, links all yang channels, balance yang qi
  48. What are the actions of YIn Qiao?
    balance yin & yang of lower extremities, reg open and closing eyes/sleep cycles, reg. brain fx
  49. What are the actions of Yang Qiao?
    balance yin & yang of lower extremities, reg open and closing eyes/sleep cycles, reg. brain fx
  50. LU primary channel pathology
    cough. asthma, pain ant/medial arm, hemoptisis
  51. Which 3 primary channels have no crossing points?
    LU, HT, PC
  52. LU LOU Channel pathology
    excess: hot palms/wrist, deficient: yawning, enuresis, frequent urine
  53. LU TMM channel pathology
    cramps along channel, acumm. of lumps,tension below R lat coastal area, hemoptysis
  54. Lou of the LU
    Lu 7 (thenar eminence)
  55. LU tissue
  56. LI tissue
    lower gums
  57. LI crossing points
    Si12, Du14, St4, Du 26
  58. LI primary channel pathology
    toothache, ant/lat border upper limb, diarreah, dysentery
  59. LI Lou
    LI 6
  60. LI lou channel pathology
    Excess: toothache, deafness, Defiency: cold teeth, full congested chest
  61. LI TMM pathology
    cramp/P° on channel, inability to raise arm/shoulders, ø turn neck L/R, TMJ
  62. ST tissue
    upper gums
  63. ST channel crossing points
    D4, GB 3,4,6, LI20-UB1, Ren24, DU 26, REN 12,1,3
  64. ST primary channel pathology
    hunger, deviation of the mouth, fever/mania, borborygmus, ab distention
  65. ST Lou
    St 40
  66. ST lou channel pathology
    excess: insanity, epilepsy, deficient: flaccid/atrophy muscle legs &feet, pharyngytis, aphasia(sudden loss of voice)
  67. ST great lou
    ST 18 on LEFT (apex of heart)
  68. ST great lou pathology
    excess: knot in chest, deficient: irregular breathing suffucating sens. chest, angina, HT attach
  69. ST TMM pathology
    cramp/spasm low leg, COLD: ø close eyes, HOT: ø open eyes + sudden deviation mouth, upper lumbar, lower thoracic, strained middle toe
  70. What 3 extra channels curve around the mouth?
    Ren, Du, Chong
  71. Extra channels that enter brain?
    Du, Yin Qiao, Yang Qiao, Yang Wei
  72. Extra channels that enter spine?
    Ren, Du, Chong
  73. Extra channels share UB1
    Du, Yin Qiao, Yang Qiao
  74. Extra channels share Si10
    Yang Wei, Yang qiao
  75. Extra channels that go to eye region
    Ren, Du, Yang Qiao, Yin Qiao
  76. SP tissue
    lower surface of tongue
  77. SP crossing points
    REN 3,4,10, GB24, LIV 14, LU 1 (mu pts)
  78. SP Primary channel pathology
    belching, jaundice, stiff pain @ tongue root
  79. SP lou
    SP 4
  80. SP LOU channel pathology
    Excess: ab P° rebel qi (vomit/diarreah), food poison Deficient: Ab distention
  81. SP Great lou
    Sp 21
  82. SP TMM pathology
    pain/cramps in med mall., knee, thigh, inguinal, twisting P° in genitals> reach navel/lat costal> P* chest/interior spine
  83. HT tissue
    lower surface of tongue
  84. HT primary channel pathology
    insomnia, thirst, palpitatations, cardiac P°, night sweats
  85. HT lou
    HT 5
  86. HT lou channel pathology
    excess: fullness/oppression of chest, deficient: aphasia
  87. HT TMM pathology
    P°/cramp along channel,int acumm. below the HT
  88. SI tissue
    ears, eyes
  89. SI crossing points
    UB1, GB1, SJ22, Ub11,DU14,UB41, REN 12,13,17
  90. SI Primary channel pathology
    yellow sclera, P° in post. of lat aspect of shoulder/arm, deafness, swelling of cheek, breast d/o (lactation,mastitis)
  91. SI Lou
    SI 17
  92. SI lou channel pathology
    Excess: loose joints, atrophy of arm/elbow muscles Deficient: long finger shaped warts, scabies
  93. SI TMM pathology
    strained little finger, P° in channel, tinnitus, pain in ear>submandibular, NEED to close eyse for long itme to see clearly
  94. UB tissue
    brain @ vertex
  95. UB crossing
    DU 13, 14, 17, 20, 24, GB7,8(10-12), 15,30
  96. UB primary channel pathology
    retention of urine, malaria, psycho emotional D/o, d/o lumbar/lower orifice/head/ eyes/ post. leg, INT/EXT wind, H/A
  97. UB Lou
    UB 58
  98. UB Lou Channel pathology
    Excess: nasal congestion, H/a, back P°, Deficiency: clear nasal discharge, nosebleed
  99. UB TMM pathology
    strain of little toe, popliteal,axillary,clavicle,SCF ø raise arm@ shoulder,
  100. KI tissue
  101. KI crossing pts
    all leg yin: SP 6, REn 3,4,Du 1
  102. KI Primary pathology
    IMPOTENCE, freq. urination/emission, dry tongue, asthma, menstrual d/o, lumbar d/o (xu)
  103. KI lou
    Ki 4
  104. KI lou channel pathology
    excess: retention of urine, irritability, depression deficiency: low back pain
  105. Ki TMM pathology
    cramp at bottom of foot, convulsion, spasm epilepsy YANG /do-inability to bend lumbar forward, YIN- inability to bend lumbar back
  106. PC primary pathology
    mental restlessness, manic mental d/o, cardiac P°,palpitations, flushed face, axilla swelling
  107. PC Lou
    PC 6
  108. PC Lou channel pathology
    excess: chest P°, deficiency: stiff head/neck
  109. PC TMM channel pathology
    strain/cramp aling channel, chest P w/ urgent breathing & inverted cup sensation below Low R ribs
  110. SJ tissue
    ear and outer eye
  111. SJ Crossing points
    DU14, ST12, Si12, SI 18,19, GB1,2,3,4,5, GB21
  112. SJ Lou
    SJ 5
  113. SJ Primary pathology
    deafness tinnitus, edema pain in outer canthus, swelling of cheeks, retroauricular pain
  114. SJ lou channel pathology
    excess: elbow spasm, Deficiency: flaccid muscle below arm and elbow
  115. SJ TMM channel pathology
    strain/cramp on channel, curled tongue
  116. GB tissue
    ear, outer canthus
  117. GB crossing points
    ST 5,6,7,8, SJ 17,20,22,Si 12,19, UB1,11,31-34
  118. GB primary d/o
    blurring of vision, bitter taste, P° in jaw, axilla, chest, SCF w/ swelling
  119. GB lou
    GB 37
  120. GB Lou pathology
    excess: fainting, deficiency: weak,flaccid foot muscle, diff. to stand from sitting position
  121. GB TMM pathology
    strain/cramp 4th toe lead to cramp of lat knee, ø bend/extend knee. spasm/P° med. thigh; if look Right- R eye not open and Vs.
  122. LIV tissue
    eye, inner surface of lips
  123. LIV Crossing points
    SP6, SP12,13,REn 2,3,4, DU20
  124. LIV Lou
    LIV 5
  125. LIV Lou channel Pathology
    EXCESS: swelling of testicles, hernia d/o, abnormal erection w/ rebel qi rising DEFICIENCY: itching of pubic region
  126. LIV primary channel pathology
    hernia, vertical HA, low back,ab P°, full chest, dry thoroat, hiccup, mental disturbance
  127. LIV TMM Channel Pathology
    big toe strain, P° of ant medial mal/thigh, genital dysfx, ø erection, genitals retraction (cold), persistent erection (heat)
  128. Li 4, ST 44
    Forehead (yang ming headache)
  129. Sj 5, Gb 41
    Temple (shao yang headache)
  130. SI 3, UB 60
    Occiput (tai yang)
  131. Si 6, Liv 3
  132. Lu 7 (off channel like nose), St 45
  133. li 4, st 41 (hole opens like mouth)
    Mouth, cheek
  134. sj 3, gb 43 (backwards threes)
  135. LU 10 (full heat sore throat), Ki 6(benefits yin vacuity sore throat)
  136. PC 6 (opens chest), st 40 (for phlegm)
  137. SJ 6, GB 34
    costal region
  138. PC 6 (oppo on chinese clock of stomach), st 36 (master point of abdomen)
    upper abdomen
  139. SP 6, LIV 8 (xi cleft - nourishes liver blood and yin)
    lower abdomen
  140. UB 40, SI 3 (opens du)
    lower back
  141. UB 57
  142. DU 14 (heat out of head and hands), LI 11 (he sea), li 4
  143. SI 3, HT 6 (liquid of heart is sweat)
    night sweats
  144. HT 7, SP 6, KI 3
  145. ST 7, ST 6, LI 4
    tmj (lockjaw)
  146. ren 22, dingchuan
    cough and asthma
  147. ren 22, PC 6
  148. Ren 17, PC 6
    suffocated chest
  149. Ren 12, PC 6
    fullness in chest
  150. sj 6, gb 34
    hypochondriac pain
  151. PC 6, st 36
    nausea and vomiting
  152. UB 17 (back shu of diaphragm), p 6, p 8
  153. sj 6, ki 6 (route 66)
  154. du 23, li 4
  155. li 11, sp 10 (blood), sp 6 (yin)
  156. Where does LU primary channel begin?
    Middle Jiao
  157. Where does LI primary channel begin?
  158. Where does SP primary channel begin?
    SP1 (tip of big toe)
  159. Where does ST primary channel begin?
    LI 20 (Lateral side of ala nasi)
  160. Where does KI primary channel begin?
    inferior aspect of little toe
  161. Where does UB primary channel begin?
    UB 1
  162. Where does HT primary channel begin?
  163. Where does Si primary channel begin?
    Si 1
  164. Where does PC primary channel begin?
    chest at Ren 17
  165. Where does SJ primary channel begin?
    SJ 1
  166. Where does GB primary channel begin?
    GB 1
  167. Where does LIV primary channel begin?
    LIV 1 (on the hairy region)
  168. What organs are entered in LU channel?
    LU, LI
  169. What organs are entered in LI channel?
    LI, LU
  170. What organs are entered in SP channel?
    SP, ST, HT
  171. What organs are entered in ST channel?
    ST, SP, Si
  172. What organs are entered in HT channel?
    HT, Si
  173. What organs are entered in Si channel?
    Si, Ht, ST
  174. What organs are entered in KI channel?
    all yin organs except SP
  175. What organs are entered in UB channel?
    UB, KI
  176. What organs are entered in PC channel?
    PC, SJ
  177. What organs are entered in SJ channel?
    SJ, PC
  178. What organs are entered in LIV channel?
    LIV, GB, LU (and ST)*
  179. What organs are entered in GB channel?
    LIV, GB
  180. What are the branches of LU channel?
    Lu7 -> LI 1 (linkage)
  181. What are the branches of SP channel?
    Ren 10-> HT
  182. What are the branches of the ST channel?
    facial, tibial branch at St36 to lat side of big toe, Dorsum of foot at St 4 to SP 1
  183. What are the branches of HT channel?
    HT 9-> Si1
  184. What are the branches of SI channel?
    Si18-> UB1
  185. What are the branches of GB channel?
    Gb 41-> LIV 1
  186. Entry/Exit points of LU Channel?
    Entry: LU1, Exit: LU 7
  187. Entry/Exit points of LI Channel?
    Entry: Li4, Exit: Li20
  188. Entry/Exit points of SP Channel?
    Entry: Sp1, Exit: SP20
  189. Entry/Exit points of ST Channel?
    Entry: ST1, Exit: ST42
  190. Entry/Exit points of HT Channel?
    Entry: HT1, Exit: HT9
  191. Entry/Exit points of SI Channel?
    Entry: Si 1, Exit: Si19
  192. Entry/Exit points of KI Channel?
    Entry: Ki 1, Exit: Ki22
  193. Entry/Exit of UB channel?
    Entry: UB1, Exit: UB67
  194. Entry/Exit points of PC Channel?
    Entry: PC8, Exit:PC8
  195. Entry/Exit points of SJ Channel?
    Entry: SJ1, Exit: SJ22
  196. Entry/Exit points of GB Channel?
    Entry: GB 1, Exit: GB41
  197. Entry/Exit points of LIV Channel?
    Entry: LIV1, Exit: LIV14
  198. All Yang channels cross___?
    Du 14
  199. All Yang channels except____ cross ___?
    UB, ST12
  200. All Yang channels except__ and ___ cross __?
    St and UB, SI12
  201. All Yin channels of arm have NO crossing points are
    PC, LU, HT
  202. All YIn channels of leg cross__, __ and ___
    SP6, Ren 3, Ren 4
  203. LU LUO Pathway
    Separates from primary @ Lu 7-into palm and spreads over THENAR EMINENCE
  204. LU TMM Pathway
    *Binds at Thenar eminence
  205. *Binds at center of Elbow
  206. *Goes along *ANT-LATERAL aspect of upper arm to enter chest below the axilla
  207. *Converges @ Floating ribs
  208. LI LUO Pathway
    Separates from primary @LI 6 to join Lu channel. Ascends the arm to LI 15- to cheek.
  209. *One branch goes to TEETH and other branch connects to EAR.
  210. LI TMM Pathway
    *Binds at wrist
  211. *Binds at elbow
  212. *Binds at shoulder
  213. *Attaches to UPPER THORACIC Spine
  214. *Binds at SIDE of NOSE
  215. ST LUO Pathway
    Separates from ST 40-connects with SP channel-Nape of NECK to meet with qi of all yang channels-other branch ends @ THROAT.
  216. ST GREAT LUO Pathway
    ST 18 on LT
  217. ST TMM Pathway
    One branch-*Binds at dorsum, lat. knee, hip, *Connects with spine
  218. 2nd branch-*Binds at dorsum, knee, above the GENITALS (sim. to SP & LV TMM),
  219. *Binds at ST 12, *Binds below NOSE
  220. *Binds AROUND THE EYE to form a net (only TMM that does this!)
  221. *Binds in front of the EAR
  222. SP LUO Pathway
    Separates @SP 4 where it connects to ST channel-enters abdomen & connects with INTESTINES and ST
  223. SP GREAT LUO Pathway
    SP 21. Lateral costal region & chest.
  224. SP TMM Pathway
    *Binds at medial malleolus
  225. *Binds medial knee
  226. *Binds in GROIN
  227. *Converges at EXTERNAL Genitalia
  228. *Binds at UMBILICUS (Ht channel tmm ends here)
  229. *Binds at Ribs
  231. HT LUO Pathway
    Separates @Ht 5-connects with SI channel-up heart channel-enters heart-ROOT OF TONGUE and EYE
  232. HT TMM Pathway
    *Binds at pisiform bond wrist
  233. *Binds at medial elbow
  234. *Binds at axilla
  236. SI LUO Pathway
    Separates@ SI 7 and connects with Ht channel-connects with the SHOULDER @LI 15.
  237. SI TMM Pathway
    *Binds at wrist
  238. *Binds at Medial condyle of humerus
  239. *Bind at Axilla (like the Heart TMM)
  240. *Bind at MASTOID PROCESS
  241. *Binds at MANDIBLE
  242. *Binds at OUTER CANTHUS
  243. *Binds at CORNER of HEAD
  244. Levels of the channels from superficial to deep
    1)cutaneous, 2)minute (blood), 3)muscle/tendinomuscular, 4)luo, 5)primary, 6)divergent, 7)8 extra
  245. source points are where:
    original qi surfaces and lingers (source is ming men)
  246. xi cleft are where:
    superficial qi from jings wells gather here and plunge deep (famous for tx pain)
  247. luo connecting points treat:
    yin yang paired channels and psychoemotional disorders and areas covered by yin yang pairs
  248. host guest combos
    source and luo pair (LI 4 an LU 7)
  249. mu points treat:
  250. shu points treat:
  251. antique points are
    well points (1st or last in channel), spring, stream, river, sea (joints)
  252. well points treat
    "most sane" (MANIA, at level of zang)
  253. spring points treat
    "families" (FEBRILE--representative: face color changes)
  254. stream points treat
    "are" (ARTHRITIS--representative: chronic diseases)
  255. River points treat
    "Against" (ASTHMA-->representative: where voice changes)
  256. Sea points treat
    "Incest" (INTESTINES--eating food and digestion)
  257. Auricular point Ischium is located in/on
    Inferior AntiHelix Crus
  258. Auricular Shoulder point is located in/on
  259. Auricular Diaphragm point is located in/on
    cirus of the helix
  260. Auricular Kidney point is located in/on
    cymba concha
  261. Auricular Stomach point is located in/on
    upper cavum of conchae
  262. Auricular Shenmen point is located in/on
    triangular fossa
  263. Auricular Sciatic point is located in/on
    superior margin of inferior crus of antihelix
  264. Auricular Middle Border point treats
  265. The Greater Auricular nerve is located
    Antihelix and lobe
  266. Auricular Influenza point is located
    Superior Helix
  267. Auricular points to treat amenorreah
    Uterus, Ovary, Kidney, Liver, Endocrine
  268. Auricular Brain point is located in/on
    Anti tragus
  269. Auricular Insomnia points
    Shen Men, Forehead, Subcortex
  270. Root of Auricular Vagus Nerve treats
    gastralgia, HA, asthma, biliary ascarasis
  271. Auricular Sympathetic point treats
    neuro-vegitative disequilebrium
  272. For Acute Conjunctivitis or Hypertension use (Auricular)
    Ear Apex
  273. For Acute Sprain use (Auricular)
    Shen Men, Subcortex
  274. Selections of ear points are based on
    western physiological relationship, pulse, anatomical location of dz.
  275. Auricular Sympathetic point is located
    inferior antihelix crus
  276. Auricular Asthma point is located
  277. Order of Jing-Lou
  278. minute
  279. TMM/sinew
  280. Lou
  281. Primary
  282. Divergent
  283. 8 xtra
  284. Fxs of Cutaneous
    Are superficial
  285. 1st line of defense against ext patho
  286. Manifest D/O of deeper lying channels
  287. Used to affect deeper lying channels (Massage, cupping moxa)
  288. Fxs of Minute
    Are superficial
  289. circulate Qi and blood
  290. circulate wei qi warm & nourish body tissues/organ
  291. Fxs of Sinew/TMM
    run from extremities to the trunk/head (*all START @ extremities)
  292. facilitate articulation and normal activity
  293. connect muscle, tendons, and ligaments to joints
  294. link structure of the body
  295. protect the bone
  296. Fxs of Lou Connecting
    Connect int/ext pair channels
  297. Branch of primary channels (ren/du exceptions)
  298. Fxs of Primary Channels
    Circulate qi and blood
  299. Connect ext/int portions of body
  300. Demonstrates the location of D/O
  301. Protect body protect body from Disease
  302. Transmit Qi to diseased area (via needling)
  303. Have their own points
  304. Fxs of Divergent
    Run Deep
  305. Connect int/ext paired ORGANS and channels
  306. Distributes qi/blood to the head/face and interior
  307. Explain the actions of commonly used points
  308. have Ø points of their own
  309. Fxs of 8 extra ordinary
    Reservoirs of Qi and blood, yin,yang, jing
  310. LInk the primary channels
  311. No points of their own but share pts w/ other ch.
  312. Protect the body
  313. Link pre and post heaven qi
  314. Regulates the 7 & 8 year life cycles of women & men
  315. Nominal Aphasia
    Can't name objects
  316. What scalp line to treat nominal aphasia
    Speech #2
  317. Receptive Aphasia
    Inability to make sense of the words being heard
  318. What scalp line to treat Receptive Aphasia
    Speech #3
  319. What 2 lines in scalp are divided into 5th's
    Motor & Sensory
  320. Upper fifth of motor treat?
    lower limb and trunk, treats paralysis of lower limb (opp. side)
  321. Upper fifth of sensory treat?
    lower limb and trunk + head, treats low back pain (opp. side), numbness or paresthesia in that area, occipital h/a, stiff neck, vertigo
  322. Middle-2nd & 3rd fifth of motor and sensory treat
    Upper limb area, motor treats paralysis of upper limb (opp. side), sensory treats pain, numbness or other paresthsia of upper limb (opp. side)
  323. Lower two fifth's of motor treat?
    Facial area + Speech #1, treats upper motor neuron, paralysis of face (opp side), motor aphasia, dribbling saliva, impaired speech, bel's palsy
  324. Lower two fifth's of sensory treat?
    Facial area, treats migraine h/a, trigeminal neuralgia, toothache (opp side), arthritis of the temporomandibular joint (TMJ)
  325. Order of scalp lines from anterior to posterior
    BTMS-bacon, tomato, mayo sandwich-aka Blood, Tremor, Motor, Sensory
  326. The two lines are used to treat a prolapsed uterus?
    Reproductive area & leg motor & sensory area
  327. Superficial edema
    blood vessels dilations & constriction area that also treats hypertension
  328. Nocturnal Urination
    leg motor & sensory area
  329. Intermittent supraventricular tachycardia
    thoracic cavity area
  330. When is just one side of the scalp used in tx?
    One sided paralysis -use opp. side
  331. Tremor line treats?
    Syndenham's chorea, tremors, palsy and related syndromes-Parkinsons
  332. Vertigo and hearing area?
    Tinnitus, vertigo, diminished hearing, menier's syndrome
  333. Voluntary movement area treats?
    Apraxia -loss of ability to execute or carry earned purposeful movements
  334. Vision area?
    Cortical blindness
  335. Balance area treats?
    loss of balance due to cerebellar disorders
  336. Stomach area treats?
    Discomfort in upper abdomen
  337. Liver & GB area treats?
    Pain in upper right quadrant of the abdomen and/or right rib cage, chronic hepatitis
  338. Thoracic cavity area treats?
    asthma, chest pain, intermittent supraventricular tachycardia (faster htbeat/palpitations)
  339. Reproduction area treats?
    Abnormal uterine bleeding, combined with leg motor area for prolapsed uterus
  340. *17 Parts of Auricle of ear
    Lobule, Infratragic notch, Supratragic notch, Ante-tragus, Tragus, External auditory meatus, Helix tragic notch, Cymba concha, Cavum concha, Anti-helix, Superior Anti-helix Crus, Inferior Anti-helix Crus, Scapha, Triangular fossa, Helix, Darwin's Tubercle, Helix Crus
  341. What parts are in Scapha?
    clavicle, shoulder, elbow, wrist, allergy, finger
  342. What parts are in Anti-helix?
    Cervical, thoracic and sacral vertebrae, neck, chest, abdomen
  343. What parts are in Superior Anti-helix Crus?
    hip, knee, ankle, toe, heel
  344. What parts are in Inferior Anti-helix Crus?
    Ischium, buttock, Sympathetic
  345. What parts are in Lobule?
    1. inferior tragic notch
  346. 2. tongue
  347. 3. jaw
  348. 4. anterior ear lobe
  349. 5. eye
  350. 6. internal ear
  351. 7. nothing
  352. 8. tonsil
  353. 9. nothing
  354. Helix 5 & 6
  355. *What parts are in Cavum concha?
    Heart, Lung, Trachea, Spleen, SJ, Intertragus
  356. *What parts are in Cymba concha?
    Liver, GB/Pancreas, KD, Ureter, UB, Angle of Cymba Concha, Middle of Cymba concha
  357. *What parts are in Periphery Helix Crus?
    Mouth, Esophagus, Cardiac Orifice, ST, Duodenum, SI, Appendix, LI
  358. What parts are in back of Auricle?
    Groove of inferior helix crus, Root of auricular vagus, Ht, Sp, Lv, Lu, Kd,
  359. What parts are in the Helix?
    External genitalia, Anterior ear apex, Ear Apex, Liver Yang, Helix 1-6
  360. *What are the 5 Master Points?
    Shen Men, Sympathetic, Point zero, Endocrine, Brain for Pain
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