eBook:Perplexities to Acupuncture & Moxibustion, Chinese-English

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Author: Li Ding; Publishing House: Shanghai University of TCM Press
ISBN: 978-81121-002-6; 1st Edition in 2007; 1st Printing in 2007
Language: English-Chinese; 306 Pages; Size: 6.8"x9"; Paperback

Brief Description
The book is originally written for high-level undergraduates and postgraduates. Its contents are naturally more profound and extensive than those of the normal teaching materials. This is exactly the difficult points needed to be explained in this book.

45 articles from the original Chinese edition are selected into this bilingual book. The selected articles deal with clinical application mainly. Those articles concerning theoretical conception are not included in this book.

Table of Contents
1.      What are the twelve divergent meridians? And what are their functions and clinical significances?
2.      What are the differences and similarities between the twelve divergent meridians and twelve collaterals?
3.      What are the twelve muscle regions? And what are the difference between the twelve muscle regions and the twelve regular meridians?
4.      What are the actions, indications and therapeutic characteristics of the muscle regions?
5.      What are the cutaneous regions? And what are their clinical significances?
6.      Why isn’t it said the six yang meridians are responsible ofr the problems of ‘the fu organs’?
7.      Why are the hand-yang meridians responsible for the problems of the ‘fluid’, ‘humor’ and ‘qi’ respectively?
8.      Why is the stomach meridian of foot-yangming responsible for the diseases related to ‘the blood’?
9.      Why does the lung meridian of hand-taiyin ‘originate from the middle energizer’?
10.    Why does the stomach meridian of foot-yangmingrun over the chest and abdomen?
11.    What are the different explanations to ‘the heart system’ in Chinese medicine?
12.    What is ‘the eye system’? Which meridians pass through it?
13.    What is the implicationi of the nomenclature of the governor vessel? Why it is also called ‘the sea of the yang meridians’?
14.    Why both the stomach and the thoroughfare vessel are called ‘the sea of the five zang and six fu organs’?
15.    Why is the thoroughfare vessels called ‘the sea o fthe meridians and collaterals’, ‘the seas of the twelve meridians’ and ‘the sea of the blood’?
44.    How is it to apply the reinforcing and reducing methods in moxibustion?
45.    What is source and theoretical basis of the cutaneous acupuncture
Appendix 1 Bibliography
Appendix 2 Meridian system
Appendix 10 Contents of the Chinese original edition

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