Points scalp-auricular.txt

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  1. 74) A 68 year old patient is has lost the ability to carry out learned purposeful movements despite the fact that they have the desire and the physical ability to perform these movements. Which one of the following scalp points would be best for this patient?

    A) With the tuber parietal origin, three needles can be inserted inferiorly, anteriorly and posteriorly to a length of 3 cm. Between them, the 3 lines will form a 40 degree angle.
    B) The area one cm lateral to the external occipital protuberance, parallel to the midline of the head, 4cm in length extending upwards.
    C) The area located parallel with and 1.5 cm anterior to the Motor area line.
    D) The scalp area midway between and parallel with the Stomach area and midline of the head, bilaterally, 2 cm in length.
    A) With the tuber parietal origin, three needles can be inserted inferiorly, anteriorly and posteriorly to a length of 3 cm. Between them, the 3 lines will form a 40 degree angle.
  2. 60) A patient presents with anorexia, apathy, shortness of breath, lassitude, and continuous scanty bleeding marked by light red and thin blood. Her tongue is pale and her pulse is thready and weak. Which one of the following scalp areas would be best for helping her uterine bleeding?

    A) The scalp line three cm lateral to the external occipital protuberance, parallel to the midline of the head, 4 cm in length, extending downwards.
    B) The scalp line that is parallel and lateral to the Stomach area at a distance equal to that between the Stomach area and the Thoracic cavity area, 2 cm in length.
    C) The scalp line midway between and parallel with the Stomach area and midline of the head, bilaterally, 2 cm in length.
    D) The scalp line beginning at the hairline directly above the pupil of the eye, parallel with the midline of the head, 2 cm in length extending posteriorly.
    B) The scalp line that is parallel and lateral to the Stomach area at a distance equal to that between the Stomach area and the Thoracic cavity area, 2 cm in length.
  3. 38) A patient presents with Meniere's Syndrome, diminished hearing, vertigo, and tinnitus. Where is the scalp point located that would best treat this patient?

    A) Beginning at the hairline directly above the pupil of the eye, parallel with the midline of the head, 2cm in length and extending posteriorly
    B) With the tuber parietal origin, three needles can be inserted inferiorly, anteriorly, and posteriorly to a length of 3 cm. Between them, the 3 lines will form a 40 degree angle.
    C) Upper fifth of the Sensory area line
    D) Horizontal line 1.5 cm above and centered on the apex of the ear, 4 cm in length
    D) Horizontal line 1.5 cm above and centered on the apex of the ear, 4 cm in length
  4. 68) A patient presents with superficial edema and hypertension. Where is the scalp point located that would best treat this patient?

    A) Second and third fifths of the Sensory area line
    B) Midway between and parallel with the Stomach area and midline of the head, bilaterally, 2 cm in length
    C) One cm lateral to the external occipital protuberance, parallel to the midline of the head, 4 cm in length extending upwards
    D) Parallel with and 1.5 cm to the Chorea and tremor control area
    D) Parallel with and 1.5 cm to the Chorea and tremor control area
  5. 87) The scalp area that is located midway between and parallel with Stomach area and midline of the head, bilaterally, 2 cm in length treats which one of the following?

    A) Intermittent supraventricular tachycardia
    B) Chronic hepatitis
    C) Discomfort in the upper abdomen
    D) Abnormal uterine bleeding
    A) Intermittent supraventricular tachycardia
  6. 32) What are the indications of the scalp "point" that is located horizontal line 1.5 cm above and centered on the apex of the ear, 4 cm in length?

    A) Pain, numbness or other paresthesia of upper limb (opposite side)
    B) Upper motor neuron paralysis of face (opposite side), motor aphasia, dribbling saliva, and impaired speech.
    C) Syndenham's chorea, tremors, palsy and related syndromes.
    D) Tinnitus, vertigo, diminished hearing, meniere's syndrome
    • D) Tinnitus, vertigo, diminished hearing, meniere's syndrome
  7. 52) What are the indications of the scalp "point" that is located in the second and third fifths of Sensory area line?

    A) Pain, numbness or other paresthesia of upper limb (opposite side)
    B) Tinnitus, vertigo, diminished hearing, meniere's syndrome
    C) Pain, numbness or other paresthesia of upper limb (opposite side)
    D) Syndenham's chorea, tremors, palsy and related syndromes.
    C) Pain, numbness or other paresthesia of upper limb (opposite side)
  8. 138) Where is the Chorea and tremor control area located on the scalp?

    A) 1.5 cun anterior to the motor area line.
    B) 1.5 cm posterior to the motor area line.
    C) 1.5 cun posterior to the motor area line.
    D) 1.5 cm anterior to the motor area line.
    D) 1.5 cm anterior to the motor area line.
  9. 49) Where is the Speech #2 area located and what does it do?

    A) It is the line that overlaps the vertigo and hearing area at the midpoint and continues 3 cm posteriorly. It is for nominal aphasia.
    B) It is the vertical line 2 cm beside the tuber parietal on the back of the head, 3 cm in length. It is used for receptive aphasia.
    C) It is the line that overlaps the vertigo and hearing area at the midpoint and continues 3 cm posteriorly. It is used for receptive aphasia.
    D) It is the vertical line 2 cm beside the tuber parietal on the back of the head, 3 cm in length. It is for nominal aphasia.
    D) It is the vertical line 2 cm beside the tuber parietal on the back of the head, 3 cm in length. It is for nominal aphasia.
  10. 33) Which one of the following points is cautioned to avoid puncturing the dorsalis pedis artery?

    A) S 44
    B) S 45
    C) S 43
    D) S 42
    D) S 42
  11. 64) What are the indications for the ear point located on scapha, medial to wrist point?

    A) Allergic diseases
    B) Hemorrhoids, and fissure of the anus
    C) Nephritis, pyelonephritis
    D) Fever, inflammation, hypertension, revival from hepatic coma, keratitis, or for analgesic or sedative effect.
    A) Allergic diseases
  12. 85) Which one of the following statements about ear point location is completely true?

    A) The Pylorus point is located in the same area as the Bronchiectasis point, but not in the same area as the Yang Linking point.
    B) The Subcortex point is located in the same area as the Excitation point, but not in the same area as the Toothache point.
    C) The Allergy point is located in the same area of the Elbow point, but not in the same area as the Axilla point.
    D) The Sciatic Nerve point is located in the same area as the Buttocks point, but not in the same area as the Sympathetic point.
    A) The Pylorus point is located in the same area as the Bronchiectasis point, but not in the same area as the Yang Linking point.
  13. 101) Which one of the following statements about ear point location is completely true?

    A) The Mammary Glands point is located on the Antehelix, but the Hormone point is not.
    B) The Common Cold point is located on the helix, but the Hemorrhoids point is not.
    C) The Constipation point is located on the Triangular Fossa, but the Adnexa point is not.
    D) The Shoulder Joint point is located on the Scapha, but the Nephritis point is not.
    A) The Mammary Glands point is located on the Antehelix, but the Hormone point is not.
  14. 3) Which one of the following ear points is located on the antitragus?

    A) Lower Blood Pressure
    B) Hypertension
    C) Parotid Gland
    D) Endocrine
    C) Parotid Gland

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