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LU1 1st ICS, 6 cun from ML
LU3 3 cun below the axillary fold on the radial side of the biceps brachii tendon
LU6 7 cun above LU 9 on the line joining LU 5 and LU 9
LI7 5 cun above the crease of the wrist (LI 5)
LI15 duh
ST5 anterior border of the masseter muscle in a groove-like depression (facial artery groove), with cheeks bulged
ST7 in a depression between the zygomatic arch and the mandibular notch
ST13 LB clavicle, 4 cun lateral to AML
ST36 duh
ST40 duh
SP4 Marianne!!
SP7 3 above SP6
SP9 duh
HT3 With the elbow flexed, between the ulnar end of the cubital crease and the medial epicondyle of the humerus
HT8 duh
SI7 5 cun proximal to the dorsal crease of the wrist on the SI 5 to SI 8 line (SI8 is between the olecranon process of the ulna and the medial epicondyle of the humerus, OPU & MEH)
SI11 third point of triangle (SI9, SI10, SI11)
SI13 Crooked Wall
SI19 21-19-2
UB12 1.5 cun lateral to GV line, level with T2
UB17 1.5 cun lateral to GV line, level with T7
UB18 1.5 cun lateral to GV line, level with T9
UB43 3 cun lateral to the GV line, level with T4
UB58 7 cun directly above UB 60 on the posterior border of the fibula
UB63 directly below the anterior border of the external malleolus, on the lower border of the cuboid bone
K2 in a depression on the lower border of the tuberosity of the navicular bone.
K8 2 cun above K3 posterior to the medial border of the tibia, 0.5 cun anterior to K7. (K7 is said to be on anterior border of Achilles tendon)
K9 5 cun above K3 on the line drawn from K3 to K10 at the lower end of the belly of the gastrocnemius muscle.
P2 2 cun below the end of the anterior axillary fold BETWEEN THE 2 HEADS OF BICEPS.
P4 5 cun above the wrist crease between the tendons of palmaris longus and flexor carpi radialis.
SJ4 duh
SJ5 duh
SJ13 3 cun below SJ14 on the posterior border of the deltoid muscle on line joining SJ14 and the olecranon.
GB2 21-19-2
GB34 duh
GB37 5 up, anterior aspect of fibula
GB40 duh
LR4 just over tendon from ST41
LR6 7 up
LR13 Free end of 11th rib
DU4 LB of L2
DU9 T7 is supposed to be inferior aspect of scapula, but you might want to count
DU14 Duh
REN10 Duh
REN12 Duh
REN17 Duh
Luo Zhen (Falling Down from Pillow) betwen 2nd and 3rd metacarpals, approx. 0.5 cun distal to metacarpalphalangeal joint
Ding Chuan (Stop Wheezing) 0.5 cun lateral to DU14
Bai Lao (Hundred Taxations/Labors) 2 cun up from C7-- and 1 CUN out
Bi Zhong (Arm Middle) On LATERAL (??) aspect of the forearm, midway between the transverse wrist crease and elbow crease, between the radius and the ulna.
Zhong Quan (Middle of the Wrist) Halfway between LI5 and SJ4 (just over bundle of tendons, radial side)
Wei Guan Xia Shu (Below the 8th Vertebra) Lower border of spinous process of T8
Dan Nang Xue 1-2 cun below GB34
Jian Nei Ling (Jian Qian) Halfway between LI15 and AAF
Created by: mrbarr