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11 points of the antitragus (M) and intertragic notch area (L): points of the head and brain regions

| July 12, 2011 | 1 Comment | 1,347 views
11 points of the antitragus (M) and intertragic notch area (L): points of the head and brain regions

11 points of the antitragus (M) and intertragic notch area (L): points of the head and brain regions

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9 points of the helix (A) and the crus of the helix (B): assorted points and points of the lower portion of the body

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9 points of the helix (A) and the crus of the helix (B): assorted points and points of the lower portion of the body

9 points of the helix (A) and the crus of the helix (B): assorted points and points of the lower portion of the body

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8 points of the cymba concha (I): the abdominal organ points

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8 points of the cymba concha (I): the abdominal organ points

The points of the cymba concha are located in relation to each other, as are the points of the cavum concha and scaphoid fossa. Each point is located in a sector. Divide the length of the cymba concha horizontally in half following the natural curvature of the cymba concha

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13 points of the cavum concha (H): organs of the thoracic region

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13 points of the cavum concha (H): organs of the thoracic region

13 points of the cavum concha (H): organs of the thoracic region

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9 points of the scaphoid fossa (O): points of the upper limb

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9 points of the scaphoid fossa (O): points of the upper limb

The definition of these points begins with “Located in the scapha ….” Most of these points are located in relation to each other, and so it is necessary to know how to define each point (Figure 3.9).

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5 points of the tragus (J): points that pertain to hormonal regulation

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5 points of the tragus (J): points that pertain to hormonal regulation

  The tragus may be made up of one or two lobes. If there are two, they are created by an indentation between the lobes. Many patients have a small tragus, and it may be difficult to see the indentation. Sometimes the patient only has one lobe; hence, the practitioner must infer where an indentation would occur. Figure 3.6 shows a well-defined tragus, and Figure 3.7 shows one that is less defined, and how to visualize where an indentation would fall.

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10 points of the lobe (P): points of the head and face

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10 points of the lobe (P): points of the head and face

  10 points of the lobe (P): points of the head and face . Dividing the lobe into sectors — in order to find the points located on the lobe, the upper border of the lobe must be established. Mentally, or using the ear probe as a straight edge, draw a horizontal line across the lobe at the level of the lower border of the intertragic notch, which has a lip-like cartilaginous shape to it. It is from there that the horizontal line is drawn and the upper border of the lobe is created.

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10 points of the triangular fossa (G): points that relate to nervous and hormonal regulation and the pelvic organs

| July 5, 2011 | 1 Comment | 5,756 views
10 points of the triangular fossa (G): points that relate to nervous and hormonal regulation and the pelvic organs

10 points of the triangular fossa (G): points that relate to nervous and hormonal regulation and the pelvic organs.

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The location of 100 common Ear Acupuncture

| July 4, 2011 | 0 Comments | 4,525 views
The location of 100 common Ear Acupuncture

To master the 100 common points of the ear in an easy fashion by organizing the points within each anatomical zone in relation to each other (Chinese Auricular Acupuncture)

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The anatomical terminology of auricular medicine

| July 4, 2011 | 1 Comment | 2,432 views
The anatomical terminology of auricular medicine

Introduction The anatomical terminology of auricular medicine Helix Antihelix Conchas Tragus

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