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Small Intestine Channel Point Locations per Deadman

PointLocation
SI-1 SHÀOZÉ On the dorsal aspect of the little finger, at the junction of the lines drawn along the ulnar border of the nail and the base of the nail, approximately 0.1 cun from the corner of the nail
SI-2 QIÁNGǓ On the ulnar border of the little finger, in a depression just distal to the metacarpi-phalangeal joint
SI-3 HÒUXĪ On the ulnar border of the hand, in the substantial depression proximal to the head of the fifth metacarpal bone
SI-4 WÀNGǓ On the ulnar border of the hand, in the depression between the base of the fifth metacarpal bone and the triquetral bone
SI-5 YANGGǓ At the ulnar border of the wrist, in the depression between the head of the ulna and the triquetral bone
SI-6 YǍNGLǍO When the palm of the hand is placed on the chest, this point is located on the dorsal aspect of the head of the ulna, in a cleft level with and to the radial side of the high point of the styloid process of the ulna
SI-7 ZHĪZHÈNG On a line connecting Yanggu SI-5 and Xiaohai SI-8, 5 cun proximal to Yanggu SI-5, in the groove between the anterior border of the ulna and the muscle belly of flexor carpi ulnaris
SI-8 XIǍOHǍI In the depression between the tip of the olecranon process of the ulna and the tip of the medial epicondyle of the humerus
SI-9 JIĀNZHĒN On the posterior aspect of the shoulder, 1 cun superior to the posterior axillary crease when the arm hangs in the adducted position
SI-10 NĀOSHŪ On the posterior aspect of the shoulder, in the depression inferior to the scapular spine, directly superior to the posterior axillary crease when the arm hangs in the adducted position
SI-11 TIĀNZŌNG On the scapula, in a tender depression one third of the distance from the midpoint of the inferior border of the scapular spine to the inferior angle of the scapula
SI-12 BǏNGFĒNG In the center of the suprascapular fossa, directly above Tianzong SI-11, in a depression formed when the arm is raised
SI-13 QŪYUÁN In the tender depression superior to the medial end of the scapular spine, midway between Naoshu SI-10 and the spinous process of T2
SI-14 JIĀNWÀISHŪ 3 cun lateral to the lower border of the spinous process of T1 (Taodao DU-13)
SI-15 JIĀNZHŌNGSHŪ 2 cun lateral to the lower border of the spinous process of C7 (DU-14)
SI-16 TIĀNCHUĀNG On the posterior border border of the sternocleidomastoid muscle, level with the laryngeal prominence
SI-17 TIĀNRÓNG In the depression between the angle of the mandible and the anterior border of the sternocleidomastoid muscle
SI-18 QUÁNLIÁO Directly below the outer canthus, in the depression at the lowed border of the zygomatic bone
SI-19 TĪNGGŌNG With the mouth open, this point is located in the depression between the middle of the tragus and the condyloid process of the mandible
Created by: H.Chiles