Organ, body system, and body part pathology

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Musculoskeletal disorders

Capillaries

Capillaries are indicative of circulation problems, trauma, or surgeries. They are commonly seen in the ear, particularly in the lower extremities, such as the hip, knees, and ankles, which tend towards poor circulation (Figure 7.23). As discussed earlier in this chapter, birthmarks are viewed as Blood Stagnation, which may affect the areas on which they are found (Figure 7.24).

Figure 7.18 Constipation ridge

Figure 7.18 Constipation ridge

Figure 7.19 Myopia groove

Figure 7.19 Myopia groove

Figure 7.20 Tinnitus groove

Figure 7.20 Tinnitus groove

Figure 7.21 Mark on the Throat point

Figure 7.21 Mark on the Throat point

Figure 7.22 Scar on the Throat point

Figure 7.22 Scar on the Throat point

Figure 7.23 Capillaries in the Ankle area

Figure 7.23 Capillaries in the Ankle area

Figure 7.24 Birthmark on the Shoulder area

Figure 7.24 Birthmark on the Shoulder area

Neck pathology

Bumps, lumps, ridges, and arthritic bone growths Structurally bumps, lumps, ridges, and arthritic bone growths are very similar as are their diagnostic meanings. Essentially these structures can be viewed as Excesses. They are the opposite of grooves or depressions that are caused by deficiencies (Figure 7.25 to Figure 7.27).

Congenital morphology

Two examples of a high, pronounced antitragus (also called a smart crest), which indicates high intelligence, are shown here (Figure 7.28; also see Figure 7.3). A deviation of the antihelix crus and a ridge in the cymba concha are also congenital.

Miscellaneous pathology

A pathological lumpy ear is a good ear to benefit from massage (Figure 7.29).

Figure 7.25 White bump on the Neck area

Figure 7.25 White bump on the Neck area

Figure 7.26 Ridge in the Neck area

Figure 7.26 Ridge in the Neck area

Figure 7.27 Groove at the Cervical point

Figure 7.27 Groove at the Cervical point

Figure 7.28 The Smart Crest

Figure 7.28 The Smart Crest

Figure 7.29 Pathological lumpy ear

Figure 7.29 Pathological lumpy ear

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