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Stack #208678

Liver location

On dorsal aspect of big toe on lateral side .1 cun from the base of the nail Liv 1
On dorsum of foot between the 1st & 2nd toe .5 cun from the margin Liv 2
On dorsum of foot in the hollow distal to the junction of the 1st & 2nd metatarsal bones Liv 3
On the ankle, anterior to prominence of medial malleolus, in significant depression, medial to tendon Liv 4
5 cun superior to the medial malleolus, immediately posterior to medial crest of tibia in depression Liv 5
7 cun superior to medial malleolus, immediately posterior to border of the tibia in a depression Liv 6
Posterior & inferior to the medial condyle of tibia 1 cun posterior to SP 9 Liv 7
Just superior to the medial end of the popliteal crease, in a drepression between tendons Liv 8
Directly superior to medial epicondyle of femur, in a tender depression between musles Liv 9
Created by: mishkasch