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ANT 1
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Jiao's Scalp, Ear, Wrist/Ankle
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  1. What acupuncture points make up the Antero-posterior midline (A&C)?
    What acupuncture points make up the Eyebrow-occiput line (B&C)?
    What are the names of the lines and their distribution?
    What area of the body do the "fifths" treat?
    • A: Yin Tang
    • B: Yu Yao
    • C: DU-17
    • 1. Sensory: U-Low Back Pain (opposite side), occipital headache, stiff neck, vertigo M-Pain / Numbness in upper limb (opposite side) L-migraine, trigeminal neuralgia, toothache (opposite side), tmj arthritis
    • 2. Motor: U-lower limb paralysis (opposite side) M-upper limb paralysis (opposite side) L-facial paralysis (opposites side), expressive aphasia (Broca's), impaired speech
    • 3. Chorea Tremor Control: tremors, palsy
    • 4. Blood Vessel Dilation and Contriction: hypertension, edema
    • Mnemonic: 1234 --> SMTV
    • Distribution: S(1.5)M(1.5)T(1.5)V -- midline lies between T and M, .5 anterior to M
    • Upper 1/5: Lower limb & Trunk; Head - sensory only
    • Middle 2/5: Upper limb
    • Lower 2/5: Facial; Speech 1 - motor only
  2. Identify the following areas.
    • 1. Vertigo and Hearing: tinnitus, vertigo, diminished hearing, Meniere's
    • 2. Speech 3: sensory aphasia
    • 3. Voluntary Movement: apraxia (unable to preform purposeful movements)
    • 4. Speech 2: speech aphasia (unable to say certain words)
  3. Identify the following areas and the ways to located each.
    • 1. Reproductive - same length as the S-T line: abnormal uterine bleeding, combined with Leg Motor area line for prolapsed uterus
    • 2. Stomach - Above Eye (GB15): discomfor in upper abdomen
    • 3. Thoracic Cavity - midpoint of midline and Stomach (BL4): asthma, chest pain, intermittent supraventricular tachycardia
    • 4. Liver and Gallbladder - below Stomach area line: pain in upper right quadrant of the abdomen and or right rib cage, chronic hepatitis
    • *Mnemonic: "RSTLNE" - Wheel of Fortune
  4. Identify the following areas and the ways to locate each.
    • 1. Leg Motor and Sensory: paralysis, pain / numbness of lower limb, acute lower back sprain, nocturia, prolapse of uterus
    • 2. Speech 2: nominal aphasia (unable to speech properly)
    • 3. Vision - 1 cm lateral to midline (~ DU-17 & DU-18): cortical blindness
    • 4. Balance - 3 cm lateral to midline (~BL-9 & BL-10): loss of balance due to cerebellar disorders
  5. Identify the following areas and the ways to locate each.
    • 1: Upper point of Sensory
    • 2: Leg Motor and Sensory - 1 cm lateral to midline
    • 3: Upper point of Motor (Upper 1/5 Lower Limb)
  6. Please identify the parts of the brain and its associated Jiao's Scalp Zone.
    • 1. Precentral gyrus: Motor zone
    • 2. Postcentral gyrus: Sensory zone
    • 3. Superior Temporal gyrus:
    • Middle of: Auditory & Vertigo zone
    • Posterior of: Speech 3
    • 4. Supramarginal gyrus: Voluntary Movement zone
    • 5. Broca's area: Lower 2/5 of Motor zone
    • 6. Angular gyrus: Speech 2
    • 7. Cuneus and Lingual gyrus: Vision zone
    • 8. Cerebellum: Balance zone
    • 9. Striatum-pallidum system: Chorea-Tremor zone
  7. When treating pain / paralysis, where do you needle?
    The opposite side of problem (i.e. Left arm pain, middle 2/5 of the Sensory areas on the right side of the head)
  8. Generally speaking, what is this area? Name the areas.
    • Helix
    • 1: Helix Root
    • 2: Superior Helix
    • 3: Helix Tail
    • Triangle: Darwins' Tubercle
  9. Generally speaking, what are these areas? Name the areas.
    • Upper Half - Crus
    • Lower Half - Antihelix
    • 1: Superior Crus
    • 2: Inferior Crus
    • 3: Antihelix Body
    • 4: Antihelix Tail
    • Triangle: Antihelix Notch
    • Square: Wall of Antihelix
  10. Generally speaking, what are these areas? Name the areas.
    • Fossa's
    • 1: Scaphoid Fossa
    • 2: Triangular Fossa
  11. Generally speaking, what are these areas? Name the areas.
    • Concha
    • 1: Superior Concha
    • 2: Inferior Concha
    • 3: Concha Ridge
  12. Generally speaking, what are these areas? Name the areas.
    • Tragi
    • 1: Supratragal Incisure
    • 2: Tragus
    • Square: Subtragus
  13. Generally speaking, what are these areas? Name the areas.
    • Antitragi
    • 1: Lobe
    • 2: Antitragal Incisure
    • 3: Antitragus Ridge
    • 4: Antitragal Groove
    • 5: Intertragic Notch
    • Square: Wall of Antitragus
  14. What is the order of insertion for the NADA Protocol?
    • 1. Sympathetic
    • 2. Shen Men
    • 3. Kidney
    • 4. Liver
    • 5. Lung (Lower on Left Ear, Upper on Right Ear)
  15. What points of the the NADA Protocol should be excluded in pregnant patients?
    • Sympathetic
    • Liver
    • Generally speaking other points that should not be used are: spleen, liver, uterus, sympathetic, abdominal points lumbosacral points
  16. Name each part of the eye and what organ corresponds to it.
    • 1: Corner - Heart
    • 2: Pupil - Kidney
    • 3: Iris - Liver
    • 4: Upper Eyelid - Spleen
    • 5: Lower Eyelid - Stomach
    • 6: Sclera - Lung
  17. How does the eye look when there is mind disturbance, weakened five organs, or emotional problems?
    Dull or Clouded
  18. How does the eye look when there is HT Fire?
    Red corner of the eye
  19. How does the eye look when there is Heat?
    Dull-White corners
  20. How does the eye look when there is Blood Deficiency?
    Pale-White corners
  21. How does the eye look when there is LU Heat?
    Red Sclera
  22. How does the eye look when there is Damp-Heat?
    Yellow Sclera
  23. How does the eye look when there is Wind-Heat / LV Fire?
    Whole eye, red painful, swollen
  24. How does the eye look when there is KI Deficiency?
    Swelling under the eyes
  25. How does the eye look when there are Injuries causing Qi stagnation?
    Grey and scattered spots like clouds
  26. How does the eye look when there is Both Qi and Blood injuries?
    Black spots surrounded by a grey, cloud-like halo
  27. How does the eye look when there is Pain?
    Red veins clearly visible and are spiral shaped
  28. What Wrist / Ankle region is this? Where do you needle upper? lower? What are they good for?
    • Region 1
    • Upper 1 (2 cun above wrist crease ~HT meridian): various sense organ diseases, facial disorders (Bell's), HT, LU, ST, Shen problems, epilepsy
    • Lower 1 (3 cun above "ankle line" ~KI meridian): lower abdominal issues, female disorders, enuresis, heel pain
  29. What Wrist / Ankle region is this? Where do you needle upper? lower? What are they good for?
    • Region 2
    • Upper 2 (PC6): jaw. chest pain / stuffiness / asthma, stop lactation
    • Lower 2 (3 cun above "ankle line" ~SP6): hypochondriac pain, lateral abdominal pain, IBS
  30. What Wrist / Ankle region is this? Where do you needle upper? lower? What are they good for?
    • Region 3
    • Upper 3 (2 cun above wrist crease ~LU meridian): hypertension, lateral chest / rib pain
    • Lower 3 (3 cun above "ankle line", medial side of leg anterior to tibial crest): Knee joint pain
  31. What Wrist / Ankle region is this? Where do you needle upper? lower? What are they good for?
    • Region 4
    • Upper 4 (2 cun above wrist crease ~LI meridian): vertex headache, auricular problems, TMJ
    • Lower 4 (3 cun above "ankle line" b/w tibia & fibula): quadriceps, lower limb paralysis, toe pain (needle towards toe)
  32. What Wrist / Ankle region is this? Where do you needle upper? lower? What are they good for?
    • Region 5
    • Upper 5 (SJ5): upper limb disorders, hand and wrist problems (needle towards wrist and hand)
    • Lower 5 (3 cun above "ankle line", posterior border of fibula on the lateral side): hip joint pain, ankle sprain
  33. What Wrist / Ankle region is this? Where do you needle upper? lower? What are they good for?
    • Region 6
    • Upper 6 (2 cun above wrist crease ~SI meridian): occipital headache, neck pain, upper back pain
    • Lower 6 (3 cun above "ankle line", anteriolateral boarder of Achilles): lumbosacral pain, gastrocnemius spasm, pain in sole

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