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Intro Acupuncture F1

Point Location for the Large Intestine Meridian of the Hand-Yangming

QuestionAnswer
On the radial side of the index finger, about 0.1 cun posterior to the corner of the nail. LI-1
In the depression of the radial side of the index finger, DISTAL to the 2nd metacarpal-phalangeal joint. The point is located with the finger slightly flexed. LI-2
When a loose fist is made, the point is on the radial side of the index finger, in the depression PROXIMAL to the head of the 2nd metacarpal bone. LI-3
On the DORSUM of the hand, between the 1st and 2nd metacarpal bones, approximately in the middle of the 2nd metapcarpal bone on the radial side. LI-4
On the radial side of the wrist. When the thumb is tilted upward, it is in the depression between tendons of m. extensor pollicis and brevis. LI-5
With the elbow flexed, this point is in the DEPRESSION at the lateral end of the transverse cubital crease, MIDWAY BETWEEN LU-5 and the lateral epicondyle of the humerus. LI-11
On the line joining LI-5 and LI-11, 3 cun above the crease of the wrist. LI-6
On the line joining LI-5 and LI-11, 5 cun above the crease of the wrist. LI-7
On the line joining LI-5 and LI-11, 4 cun below the cubital crease. LI-8
On the line joining LI-5 and LI-11, 3 cun below the cubital crease. LI-9
On the line joining LI-5 and LI-11, 2 cun below the cubital crease. LI-10
Antero-inferior to the ACROMION (process), ON THE UPPER PORTION OF M. DELTOIDEUS. When the arm is fully abducted (extended), this point is in the DEPRESSION at the ANTERIOR BORDER of the ACJ (acromio-clavicular joint). LI-15
In the upper aspect of the SHOULDER, in the depression between the acromial extremity of the clavicle and scapular spine. LI-16
In the nasolabial groove, at the level of the midpoint of the lateral border of the ALA NASI. LI-20
How many cun from LI-11 to LI-8? 4 cun
How many cun from LI-11 to LI-9? 3 cun
How many cun from LI-11 to LI-10? 2 cun
How many cun between LI-10 and LI-9? 1 cun
How many cun between LI-10 and LI-8? 2 cun
How many cun between LI-9 and LI-8? 1 cun
How many cun between LI-5 and LI-6? 3 cun
How many cun between LI-5 and LI-7? 5 cun
How many cun between LI-6 and LI-7? 2 cun
Bonus question: If the distance between LI-11 and LI-8 is 4 cun, and the distance between LI-7 and LI-5 is 5 cun, what is the distance between LI-7 and LI-8? 3 cun (12-(5+4)
LI9, LI8, LI7 the PCOM way: Which one is 9 cun up from LI5? LI9
LI0, LI9, LI8, the PCOM way: Which one is 8 cun up from LI5? LI8
LI10, LI9, LI8 the PCOM way: Which one is 10 cun up from LI5? LI10
Created by: mrbarr