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  1. What is the treatment principle for Soft Tissue Injuries?
    Treat local area / ashi, then cupping

    • *No Heat / TDP / Moxa within 24 hours
    • *See physician first to exclude bone fracture or severe ligament tear which requires surgery
  2. This condition is mostly caused by invasion of wind-cold into the local channels and collaterals, or derangement of Qi and Blood due to awkward sleeping position, leading to poor nourishing of tendons and tendon spasm.
    Stiff Neck / Luo Zhen
  3. What is the procedure for using the acupoint, Luo Zhen?
    • Needle with active movement from the patient
    • Use point on the same side as condition
  4. Widespread spasm and tenderness in the neck, problem of extension and flexion.  Which musculotendon zone is this associated with?
    Tai Yang
  5. Pain in the deep area of the neck, difficulty in flexion, dizziness, tender point on the lower edge of occiput and C3-6 transverse process.  Which musculotendon zone is this associated with?
    Shao Yin
  6. Spasm in the neck and discomfort with tendency to support head with hands, difficulty in lateral flexion.  Which musculotendon zone is this associated with?
    Shao Yang
  7. Spasm in the neck and difficulty in head rotation, stiffness and pain during neck movement, inability to raise the shoulders.  Which musculotendon zone is this associated with?
    Yang Ming
  8. Moving pain around neck, shoulder and upper back; soreness and heaviness in the upper extremities, aggravated by cold and alleviated by heat; neck rigidity and muscular tension; limited range of motion; feelings of anxiety and panic.
    Tongue: slight purple
    Pulse: wiry

    What is Diagnosis? Treatment Principle? Points?
    • Qi Stagnation (Acute)
    • Jia Ji C5-7, GB-20, BL-10, SI-4, 12, 15, LI-4, LU-7
  9. Stabbing and burning pain in the neck and upper extremities; pain in a fixed location, aggravated at night, intense pain upon pressure; numbness or tingling sensation in the fingers; headache and vertigo.
    Tongue: dark and purple w/ blue ecchymosis at the side
    Pulse: wiry / choppy

    What is Diagnosis? Treatment Principle? Points?
    • Blood Stasis (Acute)
    • Jia Ji C5-7, GB-20, 21, BL-10, 17, DU-14, LI-4, SI-3, Ba Xie
  10. History of whiplash injury, nape and neck stiffness and pulling sensation, accompanied by upper-extremity heaviness; numbness in the finger tips; limited range of motion in the neck, aggravated with humidity and rainy days, dizziness and nausea.
    Tongue: thick sticky coat
    Pulse: slippery

    What is Diagnosis? Treatment Principle? Points?
    • Turbid Phlegm blockage (Chronic)
    • Jia Ji, LI-4, 10, 15, PC-6, CV-12, BL-20, 22, ST-40, SP-6
  11. History of whiplash injury; soreness and weakness in the neck; tinnitus, vertigo, blurred vision; hot flashes, dry throat, insomnia, dream-disturbed sleep, irritability, inability to stand for a long time; soreness in the waist and in the knee joint, finger numbness and spasm and tightness in the extremities.
    Tongue: small body, red / crimson, less coat
    Pulse: wiry & thready / wiry & rapid

    What is Diagnosis? Treatment Principle? Points?
    • LR & KI Insufficiency (Chronic)
    • Jia Ji, GB-21, SI-11, SJ-6, 9, BL-17, 18, 23, 62, GB-39, SP-6, Ba Xie
  12. History of whiplash injury; soreness and achiness in the neck region, lingering for a long time, accompanied by tiredness and fatigue; pale complexion; soft or inaudible speech; poor appetite; loose stool.
    Tongue: pale w/ thin coating
    Pulse: deep & thready

    What is Diagnosis? Treatment Principle? Points?
    • Qi and Blood Deficiency (Chronic)
    • Jia Ji, LI-4, 10, 11, 15, SJ-14, CV-4, 6, ST-36 (moxa), SP-6
  13. There are many types of Bi Syndrome which can also progress to other forms, identify all and if they have progression.
    • Wandering Bi (wind)
    • Painful Bi (cold)
    • Fixed Bi (damp)
    • *these three can become Febrile Bi which can, in turn, become Stubborn Bi
  14. Pain and soreness in the body limbs, joints and muscles, particularly in the wrist joints, elbow, knee and ankle areas, limited movements of the joints, or fever with aversion to cold
    Tongue: thin greasy coat
    Pulse: superficial & wiry

    What type of Bi syndrome is this?  Needle technique?
    • Wandering Bi syndrome
    • General (Zhou Bi) type: pain moving up and down along meridian
    • Multi Bi (Zhong Bi) type: pain alternating form left side to right (and vice-versa)
    • Bao (Trigger) Puncture
  15. Severe pain in the limbs and joints as if being stabbed and pricked in worse cases, fixed pain that is alleviated by warmth but aggravated by cold, better in the daytime, but worse at night, limited movements of the joints, no local redness nor feverish sensation, cold sensation in the affected parts.
    Tongue: thin white coat
    Pulse: wiry & tense

    What type of Bi syndrome is this?  Needle technique?
    • Painful Bi syndrome
    • Qi (triple) puncture
    • Yang (central square) puncture
    • Bang (proximal) puncture
    • Zhi Zheng (straight needling) puncture
    • Cui (Pyro) puncture
  16. Pain and heavy sensation in the relatively fixed areas of body limbs or joints, numbness of the muscles, aggravation of the condition in rainy days.
    Tongue: white greasy coat
    Pulse: soft slow

    What type of Bi syndrome is this?
    Fixed Bi syndrome
  17. Painful limbs or joints, local burning sensation with redness, pain worsened by touching, limited movement involving one or severe joints, or fever, thirst, restlessness, desire for cold drinks, aversion to heat.
    Tongue: yellow coat
    Pulse: slippery & rapid

    What type of Bi syndrome is this?
    Febrile Bi syndrome
  18. Long history of repeated attacks that have already deformed the affected joints.  Some of the joint areas may have black spots.  Severe pain in the local areas, limited, movements, soreness and numbness, redness and swelling of the joints or fever, thirst, short scanty urine, or cold sensation in the joints, worsened condition in the cold season, alleviated by warmth.
    Tongue: purplish dark w/ purple spots
    Pulse: thready & choppy

    What type of Bi syndrome is this?
    Stubborn Bi syndrome
  19. Invasion of wind, cold and dampness and retention in the bone and joints resulting in Qi and Blood blockage.  Quiet in the daytime and attacks at night, pain to the marrow like bite by tiger.
    White Tiger Wind
  20. Swelling and pain in the ankles, difficulty walking.
    Shoe Lace Wind
  21. Pain in the spinal column, stiffness and couldn't bend the back
    Bamboo Joint Wind
  22. Nodule found in the painful area.
    Walnut Wind
  23. What needle techniques are used for Skin Bi syndrome?
    • Mao (skin) puncture
    • Ban (half) puncture
    • Zhi Zhen (straight needling) puncture
  24. What needle techniques are used for Muscle Bi syndrome?
    • Fu (floating) puncture
    • Fen (intermuscular) puncture
    • Hegu (deep gap, multi-direction) puncture
    • Yuan Zhen (round needle) puncture
  25. What needle techniques are used for Vessel Bi syndrome?
    • Jing (channel) puncture
    • Luo (collateral) puncture
  26. What needle techniques are used for Tendon Bi syndrome?
    • Guan (joint) puncture
    • Hui (relaxing) puncture
  27. What needle techniques are used for Bone Bi syndrome?
    • Shu (deep) puncture
    • Duan (short) puncture
    • Cui (pyro) puncture
  28. Moving or extending pain in the neck, shoulder and upper back, soreness, heaviness and numbness in the upper extremities, the episode of pain related to the weather, pain aggravated in the cold situation and alleviated by heat, stiffness of neck with limited motion, cord-like tissue or tenderness in the neck.
    Tongue: Enlarged with dark color
    Pulse: deep / slow / slippery / wiry

    What is Diagnosis? Treatment Principle? Points?
    • Bi blockage (moxa and cupping after needling)
    • Activate Meridian and Qi & Blood circulation and remove blood stasis
    • Jia Ji, GB-20, BL-10, SJ-5, LI-4, SI-3
    • DU-14, 16, BL-11, LI-11, LU-7, Luo Zhen
  29. Stabbing or burning pain in the neck and diseased side upper extremities, pain localized and aggravated at night, pain on pressure, sometimes muscle atrophy in the hand, numbness and cyanosis, pulsating headache, dizziness and vertigo, insomnia and poor memory
    Tongue: dark and purple / accompanied by ecchymosis
    Pulse: wiry / thready & choppy

    What is Diagnosis? Treatment Principle? Points?
    • Blood Stasis
    • Activate Meridian and Qi & Blood circulation and remove blood stasis
    • Jia Ji, GB-20, BL-10, SJ-5, LI-4, SI-3
    • BL-17, HT-6, DU-12
  30. Soreness and flaccidity of neck, accompained by tinnitus, blurred vision, flushing cheeks, bitter taste and dream disturbed sleep, irritability, easily to get angry, not able to sit or stand to long periods, weakness in lifting arms, numbness in the fingers with limited motion or spasm, muscular twitching and cramping.
    Tongue: small body, red / dark red, less coat
    Pulse: wiry & thready / thready & rapid

    What is Diagnosis? Treatment Principle? Points?
    • LR & KI Def
    • Activate Meridian and Qi & Blood circulation and remove blood stasis
    • Jia Ji, GB-20, BL-10, SJ-5, LI-4, SI-3
    • BL-18, 23, 62, GB-39
  31. Which type of cervical spondylosis is effective acupuncture indication?
    Radicular Nerve Type
  32. Which points are involved in the "Three Shoulder Puncture"?
    • LI-15, SJ-14, Jian Qian
    • *the last two points 45° towards joint
  33. What are some distal points that can be used for Frozen Shoulder?
    LU-5, 9, LI-4, SJ-5, SI-3, 8, 12, 13, BL-10
  34. What is the technique for using ST-38 for Frozen Shoulder?
    Patient must actively rotate while manipulation is done to acupoint
  35. What are the acupoints / needle techniques that can be used to treat Tennis Elbow?
    • Ashi, LI-4, 10, 11, 12, 13
    • Hegu (multi-direction) puncture
    • Hui (relaxing) puncture
    • Qi (triple) puncture
    • Yang (central-square) puncture
  36. What are acupoints / needle techniques that can be used to treat Carpal Tunnel?
    • PC-7 (towards carpal tunnel), LI-5, LU-7, SJ-5, SI-4, Ba Xie
    • Moxa / Laser acupuncture therapy on PC-7
  37. What is acupuncture technique for Tendon Cysts?
    • Local points surrounding cyst
    • Squeeze while withdrawing in order to release fluid from region
    • Moxa 20-30 minutes after
    • Once a day treatment
  38. Severe joint pain, numbness and heaviness, preference of heat, intolerance of cold, limited movement.
    Tongue: pale, enlarged, white greasy coat
    Pulse: wiry / slippery

    What is Diagnosis? Treatment Principle? Points?
    • Wind-Cold-Damp Bi syndrome
    • Tonify vital qi and expel pathogen, regulate qi and activate blood circulation
    • DU-9, 11, 12, BL-40, ST-36, KI-3
    • BL-12, 20, 23, GB-34
  39. Swelling and burning pain in the joints, preference of cold and aversion to heat, reddish in the local joint, and heat sensation, limited movement.
    Tongue: red with yellow coat
    Pulse: slippery & rapid

    What is Diagnosis? Treatment Principle? Points?
    • Wind-Damp-Heat Bi syndrome
    • Tonify vital qi and expel pathogen, regulate qi and activate blood circulation
    • DU-9, 11, 12, BL-40, ST-36, KI-3
    • DU-14, LI-11, BL-20, 22, SP-9
  40. Recurrent attack of pain that last for long time, deformation of the joints, unable to extend / flex, muscle weakness, skinniness.
    Tongue: purple
    Pulse: thready & chopppy

    What is Diagnosis? Treatment Principle? Points?
    • KI Def and Cold Coagulation
    • Tonify vital qi and expel pathogen, regulate qi and activate blood circulation
    • DU-9, 11, 12, BL-40, ST-36, KI-3
    • BL-18, 20, 22, 23, SP-9
  41. This condition is characterized by sudden onset of contnouous sharp pain that is aggravates in paroxysmal (sudden) attacks.  The paroxysmal pain, burning and sharp in nature, worsens with cold, but alleviates with warmth.  There may appear some points of tenderness along the sciatic nerve.  straightening and raising of leg test are positive.  an increase of ankle flexing is seen in the early stage, but decreases in the later stage without apparent muscular atrophy.
    Primary Sciatica
  42. This is condition is marked by slow onset of pain, which may sometimes involve primary lesions.  It is mainly a kind of radiating pain due to lumbar disc degeneration.  The pain is often worse with cough, sneezing or halting of breath.  Disc and spinal tenderness are involved.  Fewer points of tenderness are found along the course of the sciatic nerve.  straightening and raising of leg tests also appear positive.  Chin-chest and Queckenstedt's test appear positive but ankle flexing is mostly decreasing, or disappearing in the severe case.  There will be muscular atrophy in the severe case.
    Secondary Sciatica
  43. Pain and coldness in the lower back and leg, sharp and pulling sensation, pain aggravated when exposed to cold.  Limited activities of the leg, pain doesn't alleviate when lying still.
    Tongue: light red w/ white greasy coat
    Pulse: deep & tight / deep & slow

    What is Diagnosis? Treatment Principle? Points?
    • Cold and Damp blockage in the meridian
    • Eliminate Cold, resolve damp, warm the meridian and stop pain
    • BL-23, 25, 37, 40, 54, 60, GB-30, 34 + local points
  44. Soreness, numbness, distention and pain in the lower back and leg, burning sensation when pain aggravates, limited movement of the leg, thirsty and irritable.
    Tongue: Red w/ yellow greasy coat
    Pulse: wiry & rapid

    What is Diagnosis? Treatment Principle? Points?
    • Damp-Heat blockage in the meridian
    • Clear heat, resolve damp, activate meridian circulation and collaterals
    • BL-40, 54, 58, GB-30, 31, 34
  45. Pain started from the low back then extended to the thigh even to the heel, pain on pressure; coughing, passing bowel, and walking aggravate pain, alleviated by bending the knee while sitting or sleeping.
    Tongue: purple / blue ecchymosis
    Pulse: deep & choppy

    What is Diagnosis? Treatment Principle? Points?
    • Blood Stasis blockage in the meridian
    • Activate blood circulation and remove stasis, open the blockage of the meridian
    • Jia Ji, BL-32, 37, 40, 54, 60 (e-stim), GB-30
    • Primary type: GB-30, 31, 34, BL-57, 60
    • Secondary type: BL-25, 26, 40, 54, GB-34, 39, Jia Ji L4-5
  46. What are cautious factors for using E-stim for sciatica?
    • E-stim may cause more pain / contraction in the area
    • Heat is appropriate to soften tension
  47. Sudden weakness of the body limbs accompanied by fever, cough, restlessness, thirst, short scanty urine, loose stools.
    Tongue: red with yellow coat
    Pulse: thready & rapid / rapid & slippery

    What is Diagnosis? Treatment Principle? Points?
    • Excessive Heat in the LU & ST
    • Promote circulation of Qi and Blood, eliminate heat and moisten the lung
    • LU-5, BL-13, ST-44 + local points
  48. Heavy sensation of the body, soreness, weakness of the body / slight swelling with feverish sensation, fever, profuse sweat, fullness sensation in the chest and epigastrium, turbid urine.
    Tongue: yellow greasy coat
    Pulse: soft & rapid

    What is Diagnosis? Treatment Principle? Points?
    • Damp-Heat Retention
    • Promote circulation, remove damp-heat
    • BL-20, SP-9 + local points
    • Sweating: LI-4 & KI-7
  49. Gradual weakness of the feet, soreness and weakness of the back and lumbar regions, dizziness, blurring of vision, seminal emission, premature ejaculation, night sweats, irregular menstruation.
    Tongue: red w/ less coating
    Pulse: thready & weak

    What is Diagnosis? Treatment Principle? Points?
    • LR & KI Yin Def (Multiple Sclerosis)
    • Promote circulation, nourish LR and blood, refill KI essence
    • BL-18, 23, KI-3 + local points
  50. History of trauma, numbness of limbs, weakness of limbs / incontinence of urine.
    Tongue: thin white coat
    Pulse: slow / chopppy

    What is Diagnosis? Treatment Principle? Points?
    • Wei Syndrome due to traumatic injury
    • Strengthen Qi and Blood, remove obstruction from channels and collaterals
    • Jia Ji
    • Incontinence of urine: CV-3, SP-6
    • Incontinence of stool: BL-25, 32
  51. Please identify what can occur if a lesion is found at different levels of the spinal cord.
    • C4-5 and above: quadriplegia (spastic)
    • C5 and above: respiratory paralysis
    • C5-6: arms can abduct and flex
    • C5-T2: upper / lower extremities flaccid paralysis
    • C6-7: paralysis of legs, wrists, hands, but with shoulder movement and elbow flexion
    • T1: miotic pupils
    • C8-T1: constricted pupils, ptosis, facial anhidrosis
    • T3-12: lower extremity spastic paralysis
    • T11-12: leg muscles ave and below the knee
    • T12-L1: paralysis of knee
    • L1-S2: lower extremity flaccid paralysis (muscle atrophy, foot drop)
    • S3 and below: numbness of perineum, sexual dysfunction
  52. At the initial stage, gradual weakness / unable to move the extremities especially the lower extremities, or numbness of extremity even paralysis, fever, yellow complexion, chest and epigastric stuffiness, burning / painful urination.
    Tongue: red with yellow coating / yellow sticky coating
    Pulse: soft & rapid

    What is Diagnosis? Treatment Principle? Points?
    • Damp-Heat Accumulation
    • Clear heat, transform damp, open blockage and activate circulation
    • DU-16, 20, GB-7, 8, 20, LU-5, BL-13, SP-3, 6
  53. Dizziness and tinnitus, blurred vision, stiff, weak, or slow movement of extremities, numbness in the limbs, easy to fall / lower extremity paralysis, tendon spasm, burning / cold sensation in the back / extremities, slurred speech, shortness of breath / fatigue.
    Tongue: pale
    Pulse: thready

    What is Diagnosis? Treatment Principle? Points?
    • Essence Exhaustion and Blood Depletion
    • Tonify Qi and Blood, Nourish Blood and Soften Tendon
    • DU-16, 20, GB-20, 39, BL-17, CV-4, ST-36, SP-10, Jia Ji
  54. Numbness and Weakness in the extremities, soreness and weakness in the lower back and knees, unable to stand for a long time, possible unable to walk, muscle atrophy / accompanied by blurred vision, double vision, dizziness, tinnitus, depression and thirst.
    Tongue: red w/ scanty coat
    Pulse: wiry & thready

    What is Diagnosis? Treatment Principle? Points?
    • LR & KI Yin Def
    • Tonify LR & KI, nourish tendon, strengthen bone
    • DU-16, 20, BL-18, 23, GB-34, 39, ST-36, SP-6, KI-3, LR-4
    • Dry eyes / Blurred vision: BL-2, GB-37
    • Depression: Yin Tang
  55. Dizziness, tinnitus, agitation, irritability, easily laugh / cry with emotions, blurred vision, distending pain of eyes or deep area of eye region, awkward movement and spasm or tremors in the extremities, slurred speech, difficulty swallowing, ataxia, abnormal gait, lack of coordination.
    Tongue: red w/ thin yellow coat
    Pulse: wiry, rapid & thready

    What is Diagnosis? Treatment Principle? Points?
    • Yin Def with Yang Rising
    • Nourish Yin, Sedate Yang / pacify LR and extinguish wind
    • DU-16, 20, GB-20, BL-18, 23, KI-3, 6, LR-2, GB-43, CV-22, 23
    • Blurred vision / distention of eyes: BL-1
  56. Pale complexion, lassitude, awkward movement, weakness in the lower extremities, even paralysis, cold intolerance, cold limbs, frequent urination, possible urinary incontinence
    Tongue: flabby, pale
    Pulse: deep, thready & weak

    What is Diagnosis? Treatment Principle? Points?
    • KI Yang Def
    • Warm up KI Yang, tonify Qi to activate circulation
    • DU-14, 16, 20, GB-20, CV-4, 6, BL-23, KI-3, ST-36
  57. This western condition is the only condition that can be bi syndrome and then wei syndrome.
    Peripheral Neuritis
  58. Muscle weakness and skin numbness in the extremities, heaviness in the limbs, fever and easily sweat, aversion to heat, better after getting cold.
    Tongue: yellow sticky coat
    Pulse: slippery & soft

    What is Diagnosis? Treatment Principle? Points?
    • Damp-Heat Accumulation
    • Clear Heat, resolve damp, activate circulation
    • DU-14, LI-11, BL-20, SP-6 + local points
  59. Numbness in the extremities, swelling and pain which has fixed location, or like ant moving, coldness / purplish in hands and feet.
    Tongue: purple
    Pulse: thready & choppy

    What is Diagnosis? Treatment Principle? Points?
    • Qi and Blood Stagnation
    • Activate Qi and Blood circulation, stop pain
    • LI-4, 11, 15, ST-41, SP-6 + local points
  60. Numbness, weakness / flaccidity of extremities, even muscle atrophy, coldness of the skin, thinner finger nails, easily tired.
    Tongue: pale enlarged body, thin coat
    Pulse: thread & weak

    What is Diagnosis? Treatment Principle? Points?
    • SP Qi Def
    • Strengthen SP, tonify Qi, activate circulation
    • BL-13, 20, CV-12, ST-36, SP-3, 4 + local points
  61. Weakness and numbness of the extremities, even wrist / foot drop, lumbar weakness and soreness, dizziness, vertigo.
    Tongue: red with less coat
    Pulse: wiry & thready

    What is Diagnosis? Treatment Principle? Points?
    • Nourish LR & KI, strengthen tendon and skeleton
    • BL-18, 23, GB-34, 39, KI-3
    • Wrist drop: SJ-4, 9 (black clip of E-stim)
    • Foot drop: BL-39, ST-41
  62. Identify the proper meridians for the treatment of Peripheral Nerve Injury.

    Radial Nerve
    Ulnar Nerve
    Common Peroneal Nerve
    Median Nerve
    Femoral Nerve
    • Radial Nerve: LI & SJ
    • Ulnar Nerve: SJ & SI
    • Common Peroneal Nerve: ST & GB
    • Median Nerve: PC
    • Femoral Nerve: GB & ST
  63. Herpes zoster in the lumbar and hypochondriac region is characterized by redness of local skin, feverish sensation and burning pain.  it is accompanied by bitter taste in mouth, headache, dizziness, restlessness, shortness of temper, or congestion in the eyes, short scanty urine.
    Tongue: red w/ yellow coating
    Pulse: rapid & wiry

    What is Diagnosis? Treatment Principle? Points?
    • Hyperactive Fire of the LR & GB
    • Soothe LR, promote GB function, eliminate heat
    • DU-10, SJ-6, LR-2, 3, GB-41, 44, Ashi
    • Shingles in head & face: LI-4, ST-44, SJ-17
    • Excess Heat acc: SJ-1
  64. Herpes zoster in the thoracic region is characterized by a light color of blisters, slight feverish sensation and flowing of fluid when the blisters are broke.  It is accompanied by lassitude and poor appetite.
    Tongue: yellow greasy coat
    Pulse: rapid & slippery

    What is Diagnosis? Treatment Principle? Points?
    • Damp-Heat Acc in Shao Yang channel
    • Eliminate Heat, resolve damp, strenghten SP, relieve Qi Stag
    • ST-44, SP-4, 9, SJ-5, GB-43, BL-40, ST-36 + local points
    • Poor appetite: CV-12
    • Shingles above waist: BL-17
    • Shingles below waist: SP-10, GB-34
  65. What is the Significant Sequella of shingles?
    • Postherpetic Neuralgia (blood stasis)
    • Jia Ji, BL-17, LI-4, LR-3, SJ-6, GB-34
  66. What is precaution for acupuncture applied to treat erysipelas?
    No local point needling
  67. Hives appearing in red color with severe itching sensation upon palpating.  The condition is worse with heat and better with cold, restlessness and thirst.
    Tongue: red w/ yellow coating
    Pulse: superficial & rapid

    What is Diagnosis? Treatment Principle? Points?
    • Wind-Heat type
    • Clear wind and heat, cool blood, promote circulation, stop itching
    • LI-4, 11, DU-10, 14, GB-20, BL-17, 40
  68. White colored hives will become better with warmth, but worse with cold / wind, aversion to cold and fever.
    Tongue: pale w/ thin coat
    Pulse: superficial & slow

    What is Diagnosis? Treatment Principle? Points?
    • Wind-Cold type
    • Eliminate wind and cold, regulate Ying and Wei Qi
    • GB-20, BL-12, LI-4, 11, DU-14
  69. Hives due to improper food intake, abdominal pain, diarrhea / constipation, nausea and vomiting.
    Tongue: yellow greasy coat
    Pulse: rapid & slippery

    What is Diagnosis? Treatment Principle? Points?
    • Heat Acc in GI system
    • Strengthen SP, resolve damp, clear heat from Ying level
    • LI-11, ST-36, SP-6, 10, DU-10, PC-6
  70. Hives in repeated attacks over long period of time, due to def of qi and blood, tiredness, dizziness, lassitude, pallor complexion, palpitation, shortness of breath, spontaneous sweating.

    What is Diagnosis? Treatment Principle? Points?
    • Qi & Blood Def
    • Tonify Qi if Middle Jiao, nourish blood
    • CV-6, ST-36, SP-6, BL-17, 20, LI-4, 11
  71. Rapid onset of erythma, subsequent papules that forms into groups of blisters in a few days, clusters and flakes may break and effuse by scratching leading to possible ulceration.
    Tongue: red w/ thick sticky coat
    Pulse: slippery & rapid

    What is Diagnosis? Treatment Principle? Points?
    • Damp-Heat Acc (Acute Eczema)
    • Clear wind and heat, resolve damp
    • DU-10, 14, LI-11, SP-6, BL-40, SP-9
    • Abdominal Pain: SP-4
    • Constipation: ST-25, GB-34
  72. Repeated attacks of eczema in months or year, def of blood causes dryness to form, roughness of skin, dark gray skin color, deep sink crease, clear-cut margins of affected skin.
    Tongue: red /w less coat
    Pulse: rapid & thready

    What is Diagnosis? Treatment Principle? Points?
    • Blood Def (Chronic Eczema)
    • Nourish blood and eliminate wind
    • LR-3, SP-6, 10, ST-36, BL-17, DU-10
  73. Distending pain in hypochondriac region, abdominal distention, bitter taste, restless, short temper, poor appetite
    Tongue: thin yellow coat
    Pulse: rapid & wiry

    What is Diagnosis? Treatment Principle? Points?
    • LR Qi Stag
    • Soothe LR Qi, clear heat
    • LR-2, 14, PC-6, CV-17, ST-36, GB-21
    • Breast distention: ST-18
    • Poor lactation: SI-1
    • Fever / Headache: DU-14, GB-20
  74. Thirst with desire to drink, nausea, poor appetite, foul breath, constipation.
    Tongue: yellow coat
    Pulse: rapid & full

    What is Diagnosis? Treatment Principle? Points?
    • Heat retention in ST
    • Clear Heat, disperse mass, relieve swelling, promote lactation
    • ST-16, 18, SI-1, ST-34, 36, 44
    • Stagnant Lactation: CV-17, GB-21
    • Fever w/ aversion to cold: DU-14, LI-4, GB-20
  75. What is the main distal point for breast problems?
    SI-1
  76. What is the special point for goiter treatment?
    • Qi Ying point
    • *4 needles inserted toward the center of the mass

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