Acu Prescriptions Quiz 2

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Acu Prescriptions Quiz 2
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luo connecting, back shu, front mu, xi-cleft, yuan-primary, lower he-sea
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  1. Which organs have lower He-Sea pts?
    6 Fu Organs in 3 foot yang meridians:

    • *ST   --> ST 36
    • *LI    --> ST 37
    • *SI    --> ST 39
    • *SJ    --> BL 39
    • *GB   --> GB 34
    • *UB   --> UB 40
  2. Which points are the Lower He-Sea pts?
    • *ST   --> ST 36
    • *LI    --> ST 37
    • *SI    --> ST 39
    • *SJ    --> BL 39  
    • *GB   --> GB 34
    • *UB   --> UB 40
  3. What 2 functions does the Xi-Cleft pts do?
    • Tx acute disorders & pain in Zang/Fu organs
    • Yin channels --> disorders of blood
  4. The Xi-Cleft pt is where the qi and blood gather and plunge more deeply. It flows more superficially OR deeply along the channels?
    Superficially
  5. Which pts of the yin channels have an additional action of treating disorders of the blood?
    Xi-Cleft
  6. Xi-Cleft pts of yin channels to tx blood disorders:
    • LU 6 = coughing blood due to W-H or W-dryness
    • SP 8 = blood stasis in uterus & lower abd
    • HT 6 = blood stasis in HT & excessive heat agitating blood
    • KD 5 = menstrual disorders (def or stasis)
    • KD 8 = irregular menstruation
    • KD 9 = mental disorders (madness, mania)
    • PC 4 = primary pt for tx acute pain due to stasis of blood in chest or heat
    • LV 6 = stasis of blood in uterus or lower abd
  7. Xi-cleft pt tx acute disorders or pain in zang/fu:
    • LI 7 = clear heat & detox poison in sores, carbuncles
    • ST 34 = acute disorders (breast pain, epigastric pain)
    • SI 6 = shoulder pain
    • BL 63 = acute vomiting and diarrhea
    • GB 36 = painful skin
  8. Yuan-primary pts is where the primary qi resides. It comes from the KD. Yuan-primary pts of the yin channels are the same pts as the:
    Shu-stream pts of the yin channels (tonfying and harmonizing their respective zang)
  9. The yuan pts of the yang channels are good for:
    • Tx disorders of the zang-fu organs to dispel EXCESS pathogenic factors 
    • Tx disorders along their pathways of their channels
  10. Yuan-primary pts are good for: 

    LI 4
    SI 4
    LI 4 = dispel exterior wind pathogen & regulates whole course of LI channel 

    SI 4 = tx contraction, stiffness & pain along entire SI channel (hand, elbow, arm, shoulder, neck & back)
  11.  How many Luo connecting pts?
    15
  12. Luo-connecting pts have 3 functions:
    • Disorders of their internal-external related channel or Zang/Fu
    • Disorders in regions reached by the luo-connecting channel
    • Psycho-emotional disorder
  13. What is special about LU 7 and what does it do?
    • Luo-connecting pt
    • Tx HA, P! in neck/nape, wind disorders which affect head.
  14. SI 7 is a special pt and what does it do?
    • Luo-connecting pt
    • Regulates & calms the heart spirit 
  15. Front-Mu and Back-Shu pts can be used 2 ways:
    • Independently
    • In combination
  16. Which do you use in acute cases w/excess?

    a) front mu
    b) back shu
    front mu
  17. Front mu pts tx disorders of the ___ organs.
    Fu
  18. Back shut pt tx diseases of the ____ organ and diseases of the _____ organs.
    • Zang
    • Sense
  19. Which back shu pts are not related to the organs?
    • BL 16 = governing vessel
    • BL 17 = diaphragm/blood
    • BL 24 = Qi
    • BL 26 = Essence
    • BL 29 = sacrum/genitals
    • BL 30 = anus/genitals
  20. What is the front mu of the LI?
    ST 25
  21. What is the front mu of stomach?
    Ren 12
  22. What is the front mu of UB?
    Ren 3
  23. What is the front mu of SI?
    Ren 4
  24. What is the front mu of the SJ?
    Ren 5
  25. What is the front mu of the HT?
    Ren 14
  26. What is the luo-connecting pt of the Ren meridian?
    Ren 15
  27. What is the front mu of the PC?
    Ren 17
  28. What is the front mu of LU?
    LU 1
  29. What is the front mu of the LV?
    LV 14
  30. What is the front mu of SP?
    LV 13
  31. What is the front mu of GB?
    GB 24
  32. What is the back shu of LU?
    BL 13 (T3 SP)
  33. What is the back shu of PC?
    BL 14 (T4 SP)
  34. What is the back shu of HT?
    BL 15 (T5 SP)
  35. What is the back shu of LV?
    BL 18 (T9 SP)
  36. What is the back shu of  GB?
    BL 19 (T10 SP)
  37. What is the back shu of SP?
    BL 20 (T11 SP)
  38. What is the back shu of ST?
    BL 21 (T12 SP)
  39. What is the back shu of TE?
    BL 22 (L1 SP)
  40. What is the back shu of KD?
    BL 23 (L2 SP)
  41. What is the back shu of LI?
    BL 25 (L4 SP)
  42. What is the back shu of SI?
    BL 27 (S1)
  43. What is the back shu of UB?
    BL 28 (S2)

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