Critical Thinking I

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Critical Thinking I MT#1 (Table 17)
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  1. Which point(s) is good for the forehead (distal point)?
    • LI 4
    • ST 44 (prox to web between 2nd & 3rd toes, in depression distal and lateral to 2nd MTP joint)
  2. Which point(s) is good for the forehead (adjacent point)?
    GV 20
  3. Which point(s) is good for the forehead (local point)?
    GB 14 (1 cun directly above the pupil)
  4. Which point(s) is good for the temple head (distal points)?
    • TE 5 (2 cun prox dorsal crease of the wrist on the line connecting TE 4 & tip of olecranon between 2 bones)
    • GB 41 (post to 4 MTP joint, in depression lateral to ext digiti minimi of foot)
  5. Which point(s) is good for the temple head (adjacent point)?
    GB 20 (depression between upper portion of SCM & trap on same level with GV 16)
  6. Which point(s) is good for the temple head (local points)?
    • Taiyang (depression about 1 fingerbreath post to midpt between lat end of eyebrow and outer cantus)
    • GB 8 (sup to apex of ear, 1.5 cun within hairline)
  7. Which point(s) is good for the nape (distal points)?
    • SI 3 (loose fist is made, point is on ulnar end of distal palmar crease, prox to 5th MCP joint at end of transverse crease & junction between red & white skin)
    • BL 60 (in depression between tip of ext malleolus and achilles tendon)
  8. Which point(s) is good for the nape (adjacent points)?
    GV 14 (below SP C7, approx level of shoulders)
  9. Which point(s) is good for the nape (local points)?
    BL 10 (1.3 cun lat to midpt of post hairline & in depression on the lateral aspect of trap)
  10. Which point(s) is good for the eye (distal points)?
    • SI 6 (dorsal to head of ulnar. when palm face the chest, the point is in the bony cleft on radial side of styloid process of ulna)
    • LR 3
  11. Which point(s) is good for the eye (adjacent point)?
    GB 16 (on head, 1.5 cun above ant hairline & 2.25 cun lat to midline)
  12. Which point(s) is good for the eye (local point)?
    BL 1 (in depression slightly above the inner cantus)
  13. Which point(s) is good for the nose (distal point)?
    • LU 7
    • ST 45 (lat side of 2nd toe, 0.1 cun post to nail corner)
  14. Which point(s) is good for the nose (adjacent point)?
    GV 23 (1 cun above midpt of ant hairline)
  15. Which point(s) is good for the nose (local point)?
    LI 20 (in nasolabial groove, at levelĀ of midpt of lateral border of ala nasi)
  16. Which point(s) is good for the mouth and cheek (distal points)?
    • LI 4
    • ST 41 (on dorsum of foot, midpt of transverse crease of ankle joint, depression between tendons ext digitorum longus and hallucis longus, approx at level of tip of ext mallelous)
  17. Which point(s) is good for the mouth and cheek (adjacent point)?
    SI 18 (directly below outer cantus, in depression on lower border of zygoma)
  18. Which point(s) is good for the mouth and cheek (local points)?
    • ST 4 (lat to corner of mouth, directly below pupil)
    • ST 6 (one fingerbreath ant & sup to lower angle of mandible where maseter is prominence when teeth are clenched)
  19. Which point(s) is good for the ear (distal points)?
    • TE 3 (fist clenched, point is on dorsum of hand between 4th and 5th MC bons, depression prox to 4th MCP joint)
    • GB 43 (on dorsum of foot, between 4th & 5th toe, prox to margin of web at junction between red and white skin)
  20. Which point(s) is good for the ear (adjacent points)?
    GB 20 (depression between upper portion of SCM & trap on same level with GV 16)
  21. Which point(s) is good for the ear (local points)?
    • GB 2 (ant to intratragic notch, post border of condyloid process of mandible. Pt is located w/mouth open.)
    • TE 17 (post to lobule of ear, in depression between mandible and mastoid process)
  22. Which point(s) is good for the throat (distal points)?
    • LU 10 (on radial aspect of midpt of 1st MC bone, on junction of red and white skin)
    • KI 6 (depression below tip of med malleolus)
  23. Which point(s) is good for the throat (adjacent points)?
    BL 10 (1.3 cun lat to midpt of post hairline & in depression on the lateral aspect of trap)
  24. Which point(s) is good for the throat (local points)?
    • CV 23 (above Adam's apple, in depression of upper border of hyoid bone)
    • SI 17 (post angle of mandible, in depression on ant border of SCM)
  25. Which point(s) is good for the chest (distal points)?
    • PC 6 (2 cun above transverse crease of wrist between tendons palmarius longus and flexor radialis)
    • ST 40 (8 cun sup to tip of ext malleolus, lat to ST 38 about 2 fingerbreaths lat to ant borer of tibia)
  26. Which point(s) is good for the chest (adjacent points)?
    LU 1 (lat-superior to sternum, 1 cun below LU 2 at level of 1st ICS, 6 cun lat to ant midline)
  27. Which point(s) is good for the chest (local points)?
    CV 17 (ant midline, level w/4th ICS midway between nipples)
  28. Which point(s) is good for the costal region (distal points)?
    • TE 6 (3 cun prox to dorsal crease of wrist on line connecting TE 4 and tip of olecranon, between 2 bones, on radial side of extensor digitorum)
    • GB 34 (depression ant and inf to head of fibula)
  29. Which point(s) is good for the costal region (adjacent points)?
    LR 13 (lat side of abdomen, below free end of 11th rib)
  30. Which point(s) is good for the costal region (local points)?
    LR 14 (directly below nipple, 6th ICS, 4 cun lat to ant midline)
  31. Which point(s) is good for the upper abdomen (distal points)?
    • PC 6 (2 cun above transverse crease of wrist between tendons palmarius longus and flexor radialis)
    • ST 36 (3 cun below ST 35, one middle fingerbreath from ant border of tibia)
  32. Which point(s) is good for the upper abdomen (adjacent points)?
    ST 21 (4 cun above umbilicus, 2 cun lat to CV 12)
  33. Which point(s) is good for the upper abdomen (local points)?
    CV 12 (ant midline, 4 cun above umbilicus)
  34. Which point(s) is good for the lower abdomen (distal points)?
    • SP 6 (3 cun above tip of med malleolus, post to medial border of tibia)
    • LR 8 (when knee is flexed, point is at medial end of transverse popliteal crease, posterior to medial epicondyle of tibia in depression of ant border of insertion of semimembranosus and semitendinosus)
  35. Which point(s) is good for the lower abdomen (adjacent points)?
    ST 25 (2 cun lateral to the center of umbilicus)
  36. Which point(s) is good for the lower abdomen (local points)?
    CV 4 (ant midline, 3 cun below umbilicus)
  37. Which point(s) is good for the lumbar region (distal points)?
    • BL 40 (midpt of transverse crease of popliteal fossa, between tendons biceps femoris and semitendinosus)
    • SI 3 (loose fist is made, point is on ulnar end of distal palmar crease, prox to 5th MCP joint at end of transverse crease & junction between red & white skin)
  38. Which point(s) is good for the lumbar region (adjacent points)?
    BL 32 (on sacrum, med and inf to PSIS, just at the second posterior sacral foramen)
  39. Which point(s) is good for the lumbar region (local points)?
    • BL 23 (1.5 cun lateral to GV 4 at level below SP of L2)
    • BL 25 (1.5 cun lateral to GV 3 at level below SP of L4)
  40. Which point(s) is good for the rectum (distal points)?
    BL 57 (post midline of the leg, between BL 40 and BL 60 in depression formed below gastroc, when leg is stretched or the heel is lifted)
  41. Which point(s) is good for the rectum (adjacent points)?
    BL 30 (1.5 cun lateral to GV at level of 4th posterior sacral foramen)
  42. Which point(s) is good for the rectum (local points)?
    GV 1 (Pt is prone. Midway between tip of coccyx & anus.)

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