Atlas of Layered Anatomy of Acupoints, English Edition

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Author: Gao Hualing; Publisher: Foreign Language Press
ISBN: 7119017535; 1st Edition 2003; Hardcover
Size: 26.2 x 19 x 2.2 cm; 152 pages; Language: English only

Description
Acupuncture is an important technique of traditional Chinese medicine for the prevention and cure of Diseases, and the promotion of bodily health.  However until now there has never been a book specially introducing to foreigners where the acupoints are actually located under the skin, how deep they are and in which direction they go.  the Atlas of Layered Anatomy of Acupoints introduces the distribution, direction, and depth of more than 300 acupoints on the human body layer by layer, from the skin, muscles, blood vessels, nerves and skeleton to the viscera. 

This book also includes the names of the acupoints, the main diseases treatable at each acupoint, basic knowledge of acupuncture, and the precautions to be taken when locating points and applying acupuncture techniques.  Hence it is an ideal reference book for medical workers and others interested in acupuncture.

Contents
Preface

Part 1

     Fig. 1 (1) The nomenclature, gauge and diameter of the needle appar­atuses

     Fig. 1 (2) The cun and finger measurement on body for acupuncture ­moxibustion

     Fig. 2 (1) The commonly used postures of the patient for acupuncture ­moxibustion

     Fig. 2 (2) The directions for needle insertion

     Fig. 3 The osseous and muscular landmarks on the anterior surface of the body

     Fig. 4 The osseous and muscular landmarks on the posterior surface of the body

     Fig. 5 The osseous and muscular landmarks on the lateral surface of the body

     Fig. 6 The segmental skin nerve distribution on the anterior aspect of the body

     Fig. 7 The segmental skin nerve distribution on the posterior aspect of the body

     Appendix 1: The courses, the nomenclature of the points and indications of the fourteen meridians

Part 2

     Fig. 8 The skin and points on the craniofacial region

     Fig. 9 The muscles and points on the craniofacial region

     Fig. 10 The blood vessels, nerves and points on the craniofacial region

     Fig. 11 The skeleton and points on the craniofacial region

     Fig. 12 The skin and points on the posterior of head

     Fig. 13 The muscles and points on the posterior of head

     Fig. 14 The blood vessels, nerves and points on the posterior of head

     Fig. 15 The skeleton and points on the posterior of head

     Fig. 16 The skin and points on the right aspect of the cephalocervix

     Fig. 17 The muscles and points on the right aspect of the cephalocervix

     Fig. 18 The blood vessels, nerves and points on the right aspect of the cephalocervix

     Fig. 19 The skeleton and points on the right aspect of the cephalocervix

     Fig. 20 The skin and points on the anterior aspect of the trunk

     Fig. 21 The muscles and points on the anterior aspect of the trunk

Fig. 22 The blood vessels, nerves and points on the anterior aspect of the trunk

     Fig. 23 The organs and points on the anterior aspect of the trunk

     Fig. 24 The skeleton and points on the anterior aspect of the trunk

     Fig. 25 The skin and points on the posterior aspect of the trunk

     Fig. 26 The muscles and points on the posterior aspect of the trunk

     Fig. 27 The blood vessels, nerves and points on the posterior aspect of the trunk

     Fig. 28 The organs and points of the posterior aspect of the trunk

     Fig. 29 The skeleton and points on the posterior aspect of the trunk

     Fig. 30 The skin and points on the right aspect of the trunk

     Fig. 31 The muscles and points on the right aspect of the trunk

     Fig. 32 The blood vessels, nerves and points on the right aspect of the trunk

     Fig. 33 The organs and points on the right aspect of the trunk

     Fig. 34 The skeleton and points on the right aspect of the trunk

     Fig. 35 The skin and points on the anterior aspect of the right upper limb

     Fig. 36 The muscles and points on the anterior aspect of the right upper limb

     Fig. 37 The blood vessels, nerves and points on the anterior aspect of the right upper limb

     Fig. 38 The skeleton and points on the anterior aspect of the right upper limb

     Fig. 39 The skin and points on the posterior aspect of the right upper limb

     Fig. 40 The muscles and points on the posterior aspect of the right upper limb

     Fig. 41 The blood vessels, nerves and points on the posterior aspect of the right upper limb

     Fig. 42 The skeleton and points on the posterior aspect of the right upper limb

     Fig. 43 The skin and points on the lateral aspect of the right upper limb

     Fig. 44 The muscles and points on the lateral aspect of the right upper limb

     Fig. 45 The blood vessels, nerves and points on the lateral aspect of the right upper limb

     Fig. 46 The skeleton and points on the lateral aspect of the right upper limb

     Fig. 47 The skin and points on the anterior aspect of the right lower limb
     Fig. 48 The muscles and points on the anterior aspect of the right lower limb
     Fig. 49 The blood vessels, nerves and points on the anterior aspect of the right lower limb  
     Fig. 50 The skeleton and points on the anterior aspect of the right lower limb
     Fig. 51 The skin and points on the posterior aspect of the right lower limb
     Fig. 52 The muscles and points on the posterior aspect of the right lower limb
     Fig. 53 The blood vessels, nerves and points on the posterior aspect of the right lower limb
     Fig. 54 The skeleton and points on the posterior aspect of the right lower limb

     Fig. 55 The skin and points on the lateral aspect of the right lower limb   

     Fig. 56 The muscles and points on the lateral aspect of the right lower limb

     Fig. 57 The blood vessels, nerves and points on the lateral aspect of the right lower limb

     Fig. 58 The skeleton and points on the lateral aspect of the right lower limb

     Fig. 59 The skin and points on the medial aspect of the right lower limb

     Fig. 60 The muscles and points on the medial aspect of the right lower limb

     Fig. 61 The blood vessels, nerves and points on the medial aspect of the right lower limb

     Fig. 62 The skeleton and points on the medial aspect of the right lower limb

     Fig. 63 (1) The skin and points on the anterior aspect of the auricle

     Fig. 63 (2) The veins and points on the anterior aspect of the auricle

     Fig. 63 (3) The arteries, nerves and points on the anterior aspect of the auricle

     Fig. 64 (1) The skin and points on the posterior aspect of the auricle

     Fig. 64 (2) The arteries, nerves and points on the posterior aspect of the auricle

Fig. 64 (3) The veins and points on the posterior aspect of the auricle

     Fig. 65 (1) The distribution of the points on the anterior aspect of the auricle

     Fig. 65 (2) The distribution of the points on the posterior aspect of the auricle

     Appendix 2: The points of the fourteen meridians, the location, the posture of the patient, the direction, angle and depth of insertion of the needle, and the indications

     Appendix 3: Precautions in acupuncture treatment

     Appendix 4: The selected points in acupuncture treatment of common diseases


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