PCOM Points4 Week12

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  1. The external SJ primary starts [Blank].  From the shoulder it goes [Blank].  From there it enters [blank].  A branch goes to which part of the upper body?  And ends where?  A second branch separates from where?  And connects to what regular channel?
    • Ulnar side of the ring finger
    • Upper back
    • Supraclavicular Fossa
    • Around the ear, down the cheek to the mandible.
    • Ends at ST1
    • Separates from th ear.
    • Connects with the GB.
  2. The external pathway of the SJ primary crosses what points on the trunk?
    • SI12
    • DU14
    • GB21
  3. The first path of the SJ external pathway crosses what points on the head?
    • GB6
    • GB4
    • SI18
  4. The second path of the SJ external pathway crosses what points on the head?
    • SI19
    • GB3
    • SJ23
    • GB1
  5. The internal pathway of the SJ primary starts at [Blank] and distributes into [Blank].  It connects with which Zang fu?  And connects what region of the body?  And ends at [Blank].
    • Supraclavicular fossa
    • chest
    • PC
    • 3 jiaos
    • UB39
  6. 6 Function of the SJ regular channel?
    • Dominate qi of the whole body: qi/bld/fluid stagnation, masses
    • Distribute Qi to head and face and regulate the qi on the sides of the body
    • Regulate the body fluids circulation: edema or dryness
    • Treatment of shao yang syndrome: latent heat
    • Regulate the Lymphatic and endocrine system
    • Regulate the function of all 3 jiaos
  7. The San Jiao dominates the disorder of what?
  8. 3 disorders of the SJ channel?
    • Shao Yang Syndrome: alternate fever and chills
    • Head, face and sense organs: ear pain, migraine, TMJ
    • Channel Obstruction: pain in lateral flexing of neck
  9. 6 SJ organ disorders
    • Fluid disorder: edema, frequent urination
    • Upper Jiao: chest pain
    • middle jiao: epigastric pain
    • Lower jiao: abdominal pain, constipation
    • Lymphatic and endocrine system: Swollen glands, diabetes
    • Tumors, masses, high lipid
  10. The SJ divergent separates at?
    Enters the body at?
    Connects with?
    Emerges froms?
    Converges with the SJ regular at?
    • Vertex
    • Supraclaviular fossa
    • 3 Jiaos, chest
    • None
    • None
  11. Pathway and points for dizziness and vertigo?
    • Divergent
    • LV3,2, DU20
  12. Pathway and points for depression and prolapse organ?
    • Divergant
    • DU20, SP3, ST36
  13. Pathway and poitns for anxiety and coughing?
    • Divergant
    • PC6, REn17, LU7
  14. The SJ sinew starts at?
    Ends At?
    Knots at?
    • Ulnar side of ring finger
    • Temporofrontal region
    • Back of wrist, olecrannon, root of tongue, temporofrontal
  15. The Sj sinew joins with what other sinew channel?
  16. The branch of the SJ sinew that mandible connects to what?  The branch of the SJ sinew that travels infront of the ear goes where?
    • Root of tongue
    • Outer canthis then to temporofrontal
  17. Pathway and points for Wind stroke speed disorder?
    • Sinew
    • ST5, DU15, Ren23
  18. Pathway and points for pain for neck, shoulder, hip, chest and knee?
    • Sinew
    • GB34, GB41, LV3
  19. Luo point of the SJ?
  20. Teh luo connects what?
    Elbow, chest, PC
  21. Excess Luo
    Spasm of elbow
  22. Xu of luo
    Flaccid muscle of arm
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PCOM Points4 Week12
2014-07-22 21:14:33
PCOM Points Week12 3Jiao
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