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Micro - Iuliano

Compiled from Exam 2, Functional Points, YNSA

QuestionAnswer
Concha wall near Intertragic notch, in center of 1st or most anterior section of Antitragus (behind forehead pt) Ovaries/Testes
On Inferior Tragus Protrusion @ LM10, edge of Tragus Adrenal Gland
On edge of Concha Wall, superior to Concha Ridge, above LV pt Thymus Gland
On Antihelix Tail, Scaphoid Fossa side, below Neck Pt Thyroid Gland
on the most inferior aspect of Tragus, near LM9, on cartilage Pineal Gland
At junction of Lobe and jaw @ LM8 Limbic System
At center of section 6 of Lobe, below Vertex pt Hippocampus
In section 2 of Lobe, on posterior side of Intertragic Notch & Lobe (posterior to LM9 where cartilage and lobe meet) Amygdala Nucleus
On Inferior Concha, below LM0 on floor Cardiac Orifice
On Inferior Concha, next to Ear Canal, below Helix Root Mouth
On Inferior Concha, btwn Mouth and Cardiac Orifice pts Esophagus
On Concha Ridge, the 2nd notch peripheral to LM0 Stomach
On the Superior Concha, above esophagus pt Small Intestine
On the Superior Concha, above the mouth pt Large Intestine
On the external surface of the Helix Root, t a right angle to Mouth and LI pts Rectum
On the innermost aspect of the Superior Concha where the Internal Helix and Inferior Crus meet at a tip, slide from LI pt until you meet the wall Hemorrhoid pt
On the Concha Wall from LM14-LM16 Circulatory System/Blood Vessels
On the Inferior Concha, below Concha Ridge & superior to HT pt Lung 1
Deepest part of Inferior Concha, where light shines back from flashlight Heart
On the Inferior Concha, inferior to HT pt Lung 2
On the Inferior Concha, 1/2 btwn Ear Canal and HT pt Trachea
On the Helix Root, btwn the esophagus and SI pts Diaphragm
On the Superior Concha, on the floor, btwn the SI and LI pts Appendix
On the Concha Rdge, toward the superior border near Concha Wall, above ST pt Liver
On the Inferior Concha, inferior to LV pt, near Concha wall (maybe left ear only) Spleen
On the Superior Concha, above the LV pt (maybe right ear only) Gall Bladder
On the Superior Concha, above the GB pt, near Concha wall Pancreas
On the Superior Concha floor, below LM16, tucked under against wall Kidney
On the Superior Concha floor below LM17 Bladder
On the innermost tip of Superior Concha, under flap of Helix where it meet Inferior Crus of Antihelix, above Hemorrhoid pt, below Autonomic pt Prostate
In the center of Triangular Fossa Uterus
In the center of the posterior 3rd of the Antitragus, near the Antitragal-Antihelix groove Occiput
In the center of the middle 3rd of the Antitragus Temple
In the center of the anterior 3rd of the Antitragus, closest to the Antitragic Notch, near LM9 Forehead
In the center of the 6th section of the Lobe below LM13 heading towards LM7 (bottom of lobe) Vertex
In the 8th section of the Lobe, where the Scaphoid Fossa and the Lobe meet at the end of the cartilage TMJ
In the center of section 2 of the Lobe just above Master Cerebral Dental Analgesia 1
On the Helix Tail from LM4-LM6 Skin Disorders
Same as Master Sensorial in the center of the Lobe, usually section 4 Eye/Master Sensorial
On the middle of the Tragus, where it meets the face, Above the Tranquilizer pt External Nose
In the center of the 5th section of the Lobe, below Temple and Vertex Inner Ear
On the Concha side of the Antihelix Tail, btwn the base of the Antihelix @ LM14 and LM15, on the edge Cervical Spine
On the Concha side of teh Antihelix Body, btwn LM15 & LM16, on the edge Thoracic Spine
On the spine of the Antihelix Inferior Crus, btwn LM16 & LM17 Lumbar Spine
On the spine of the Antihelix Inferior Crus, btwn LM17& LM1 Sacral Spine
On the Scaphoid Fossa side of the Antihelix Tail, in the 1st section of the division, sl less than 1/2 way Neck
On the Scaphoid Fossa side in center of the 2nd section Breast/Chest
At the tip of Triangular Fossa, in fossa Pelvic Girdle
On Antihelix Superior Crus, in 1st quarter on the Triangular Fossa side of the Superior Crus of the Antihelix, level w/ Darwin's Tubercle Hip
On the Antihelix Superior Crus, in 2nd quarter on the Triangular Fossa side Knee
On the inferior aspect of the Antihelix Superior Crus, in the 3rd quarter, on the Triangular Fossa side (bottom 1/2 of section) Ankle
On the inferior aspect of the Antihelix Superior Crus, in the 3rd quarter, on the Triangular Fossa side, under the Helix (upper 1/2 of section) Foot/Heel
On the Superior Crus, in the 3rd Quarter, on the Scaphoid Fossa side of the Antihelix, under the Helix Brim Toes
Level w/ center of the Helix Root, in the Scaphoid Fossa Shoulder
mdwy btwn LM14 and Shoulder pt in Scaphoid Fossa Clavicle
At the level of the Inferior Crus of the Antihelix in the Scaphoid Fossa Elbow
Level w/ Darwin's Tubercle in the Scaphoid Fossa Wrist
Btwn the Elbow and Wrist pts in Scaphoid Fossa Forearm
Level w/ LM3 in the Scaphoid Fossa Hand
On the uppermost Scaphoid Fossa, on the wall above LM3 covered by Helix Brim Fingers
On Antihelix Superior Crus on the Scaphoid Fossa side, level w/ knee in 2nd quarter Thumb
For sexual dysfunction, ovarian/testicular cancer, impotency, infertility Ovaries/Testes
For stress & related disorders, hypersensitivity, rheumatism, allergies, skin disorders Adrenal Gland
For colds, flus, allergies, cancer, HIV, AIDS, Lyme's disease Thymus Gland
For hyper/hypothyroidism, goiter Thyroid Gland
For jet lag, irregular sleep patterns, insomnia Pineal Gland
For memory problems, amnesia, sexual arousal, aggressive impulses, compulsivity, retention of emo experiences Limbic System
For memory problems, amnesia, retention of emo experiences, PTSD Hippocampus
For anger, irritability, XS aggressiveness, mania, sexual compulsions, sexual drama Amygdala Nucleus
Vitality Point On the superior Tragus central to LM 11 (superior Tragus protrusion)
Appetite Control Hunger point, located on the middle of Tragus, between LM 10 and LM 11
Thirst Point On the Tragus, between Vitality and Appetite Control Points
Laterality On the sideburns area of the face, level with oscillation pint (adrenal point) and LM 10
Mania On the inferior Tragus edge, between LM 9 and LM 10 level with the tranquilizer point
Nicotine On the inferior Tragus edge, between mania and laterality
Hypertension 2 High blood pressure point, on the inferior Tragus, the same location as the Tranquilizer point
Dizziness On the concha wall, below occiput point, mirroring occiput.
Muscle Relaxation On the inferior concha, near the spleen point
Cirrhosis On the concha ridge in the region of the liver point
Analgesia on the superior concha, between point zero and stomach point, on the floor.
Alcoholic Point On the superior concha below kidney point
Mercury Toxicity on the superior concha below bladder (LM 17)
Constipation on the inferior triangular fossa, superior to LM 17
Hypertension 3 on the superior posterior groove, the entire length of the mirrored image of the antihelix
Nervousness on the lobe in section 1, above the tonsil point
Sneezing Point in section 5 of the lobe, in the center of the upper half of the section above internal ear
Master Point for Metabolism in section 7 of the lobe, below occiput point on the edge
Aggresivity 1 this point is in the same region as the amygdala nucleus point which regulates aggressive behaviors. In section 2 of the lobe, where the posterior side of the intertragic notch and the lobe meet (may be slightly lower)
Memory 2 On the lobe in section 4, below forehead where lobe and anti-Tragus meet
Anti-Depressant 1 On the peripheral lobe, where the Antitragus, lobe, and scaphoid fossa all meet, superior to TMJ
Heat Point on the antihelix body, at the junction of the inferior and superior Crus
Insomnia 1 On the scaphoid fossa below the wrist point (Darwin¬タルs Tubercle)
Insomnia 2 On the scaphoid fossa below the shoulder point (level with root of helix)
Alertness Point On the helix, near LM4, level with Insomnia 1
Psychosomatic Reactions 1 On the superior helix root, as it joins the face at LM1
Weather Point on the helix root, superior to hemorrhoid point, follow Large Intestine point out
Sexual Desire On the helix root as it joins the superior edge of the Tragus
Master Omega Same as Master Cerebral Point, where the lobe meets the face at LM 8 on the lobe.
NADA Protocol Points Autonomic (Sympathetic), Kidney, Shenmen, Liver, LU2 or LU1
Sensory 1 Eye. Vertically down from A point on to the forehead in the 1st depression.
Sensory 2 Nose. Vertically down from Sensory 1, in the 2nd depression on the forehead.
Sensory 3 Mouth. vertically down from Sensory 1 & 2 in the last depression on the forehead.
Sensory 4 Ear. Down from ST 8 or C point until level with Sensory 2 point, which is in the 2nd depression on the forehead.
A point location Follows a vertical line from anterior to posterior, approximately 1 cm lateral to the midline, level with GV 24 at BL 3.
A point function (Head) For disorders related to the cervical spine, neck, headaches, facial pain or paralysis and TMJ disorders
B Point location Located approximately 1 cm lateral to A point (or 2 cm lateral to the midline), on a line with Yuyao and GV 14.
B point function (Shoulder/Neck) For shoulder pain, disorders related to the cervical spine, neck/arm problems, problems of the SCM and trapezius muscles
C Point location located approximately 2.5 cm lateral to B point, or 4.5 to 5 cm lateral to the midline, at ST 8. It is about 2 cm long following the shape of the skull.
C Point function Problems of the upper extremities from shoulder joint to finger tips, including carpal tunnel, tennis elbow, etc.
Yamamoto Knee Point Located between B and C Points, for knee pain.
D point location located in the temporal region, above the zygomatic arch, 2cm in front of the ear, at GB 3, needled towards GB 2.
D point function For disorders related to the lumbar and sacral vertebrae and coccyx. Circulatory problems of the legs, low back pain, sciatica, prostatitis.
Yin D1-D6 points location Located in the vertical line approximately 1 cm in length, posterior to the D point and just in front of the ear (3 silly geese)
Yin D1-D6 point function For problems of the lumbar spine and sacrum, sciatica, pelvic, OBGYN, prostate problems.
E point location Beings at GB 14, follows a line approximately 2 cm in length towards Yin Tang
E point function For disorders related to Thoracic vertebrae, ribs, thoracic cavity and internal organs in the trunk/ribcage area.
F point location Located on the highest prominence of the mastoid process
F point function L5 to S1, this point represents the sciatic nerve and the only indication is sciatica.
G point location Located at GB 12 needled posterior and downward.
G point function Knee problems
Basic G points location three points situated around the edge of the mastoid processes, G3 is located at GB 12
Basic G point functions G1 ¬タモ medial, G2 - frontal/patella, G3 ¬タモ lateral knee.
H point location Level with the B point, and ᅡᄑ cun back.
H point function used mainly in conjunction with D point and rarely used alone. For chronic low back pain (lumbar) or problems with the lower extremities.
I point location Level with C point and ᅡᄑ cun back
I point function Used mainly in conjunction with D point and rarely used alone. For chronic low back pain lumbar and sacral and sciatica or problems with the lower extremities.
Created by: CTNESA