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Anatomy, Acupoints and Reflecting Areas of Hand
 
Fig. 2-8 Hypothenar prominence acupoint and finger and palm acupoint

(25) Common cold acupoint (EX-PH 25) :

Location: Near the radial border of palm and 1 cun proximal to the base of first phalanx (Fig. 2-9).

Indications: Common cold, tosillitis, and toothache.

(26) Anti-tussive acupoint (EX-PH 26) :

Location: On the radial border of palm and 5 fen proximal to the depression behind the base of first metacarpal bone (Fig. 2-9).

Indications: Cough, shortness of breath, and rheumatic heart disease.

Fig. 2-9 Extra acupoints on palmar side of hand

1-Neizhongkui (EX-PH 34) 2-eight palmar (EX-PH 33) 3-three Jianli (EX-PH 31) 4-anti-asthmatic (EX-PH 32) 5-tonsil (EX-PH 30) 6-anti-tussive (EX-PH 26) 7-common cold (EX-PH 25) 8-Yinchi (EX-PH 29) 9-Neiyangchi (EX-PH 28) 10-Banmen (EX-PH 27) acupoint

(27) Banmen acupoint (EX-PH 27) :

Location: It is 5 fen distal to the midpoint of wrist palmar crease (Fig. 2-9).

Indications: Diseases of small intestine, triple energizer, and lungs.

(28) Neiyangchi acupoint (EX-PH 28):

Location: It is I cun distal to the midpoint of wrist palmar crease (Fig. 2-9).

Indications: Stomatitis and tinea unguium.

(29) Yinchi acupoint (EX-PH 29) :

Location: On the radial side of Neiyangchi acupoint (EX-PH 28) and 1 cun from it (Fig. 2-9).

Indications: Hemoptysis and laryngitis.

(30) Tonsil acupoint (EX-PH 30) :

Location: On the thenar prominence on the ulnar border of first metacarpal bone and at the midpoint of this bone (Fig. 2-9).

Indications: Tonsillitis and laryngitis.

(31) Three Jianli acupoints (EX-PH 31) :

Location: They are in the central area of palm; one acupoint is 1 curt proximal to the midpoint of the interosseous space between 3rd and 4th metacarpal bones, and the other two acupoints are 5 fen on either side of the first acupoint (Fig. 2-9).

Indications: Diseases of liver and spleen, headache, eye diseases, bronchitis, bronchial asthma, heart palpitations, heart failure, and nephritis.

(32) Anti-asthmatic acupoint (EX-PH 32):

Location: Between the capitula of 4th and 5th metacarpal bones (Fig. 2-9).

Indications: Chronic senile bronchitis and asthma.

(33) Eight palmar acupoints (EX-PH 33) :

Location: On each hand there are 3 acupoints 2 fen proximal to the midpoint of the web border between index and middle fingers, middle and ring fingers, and ring and little fingers respectively, and one other acupoint is 2 fen proximal to the ulnar end of palmar crease of 5th carpometacarpal joint (Fig. 2-9).

Indications: Redness and swelling of palm, paralysis of fingers, distension and pain of eyeball, and bed-wetting.

(34) Neizhongkui acupoints (EX-PH 34):

Location: One of the 3 acupoints is at the midpoint of the palmar proximal interphalangeal crease of middle finger, and the other 2 acupoints are 1 fen, distal and proximal respectively, to the first acupoint (Fig. 2-9).

Indication: Psoriasis.

3) Holographic points and reflecting areas:

(1) Holographic points :

According to the biological holographic theory, a group of holographic points correspondent to the human body is present in each independent part of the body. For example, a group of biological holographic points is present in each phalanx and metacarpal bone of the hand. Each group of holographic points is divided by Professor Zhang Yingqing into 12 points correspendent to the head, neck, arm, lung and heart, liver, stomach, duodenum, kidney, waist, and leg and foot, arranged from distal end to proximal end (Fig. 2-10). The distal end in a body part is the head point, and the proximal end is the foot

Fig. 2-10 Arrangement of biological holographic points

1-head 2-neck 3-arm 4-lung and heart 5-liver 6-stomach 7-duodenum 8-kidney 9-waist 10-lower abdomen 11-leg 12-foot 13-midpoint 14-two divisions 15-three divisions

point; the midpoint between them is the stomach point; the midpoint between the head point and the stomach point is the point lung and heart point; the distance between the head point and the lung and heart point is divided into three equal portions. The distal dividing point is for the neck, and the proximal dividing point is for the arm point; the midpoint between the lung and heart point and stomach point is the liver point; the midpoint between the stomach point and the foot point is the waist point; the distance between the stomach point and the waist point is divided into three equal portions. The distal dividing point is for the duodenum and the proximal dividing point is for the kidney. And the distance between the waist point and the foot point is also divided into three equal portions; the distal dividing point is for the lower abdomen and the proximal dividing point is for the leg.

It should be emphasized that the holographic points mentioned above are only roughly located, and the points may be very close to each other, if the body part is very short. There-fore, the tender spot near the location of the holographic point for certain organs is the exact location for the application of treatment, although it is not at the exact site as shown in Fig. 2-10. A miniature of the whole body is set into a part with the head at the distal end and the foot at the proximal end. The important structures of the body may be arranged in sequence in the miniature.

(2) Holographic reflecting areas:

The holographic reflecting areas correspondent to the related organs arrayed over the palm are discovered through continuous clinical practice and the accumulation of clinical experience. Stimulation at those reflecting areas can adjust the function of their related organs to maintain health and treat diseases. The reflecting areas are named after their related organs, or by the specific diseases curable by stimulating them. The common holographic reflecting areas are shown in Fig. 2-11.

As with the application of holographic points, the location of holographic reflecting areas can be remembered by following the principle of their arrangement, and the reflecting areas should be flexibly selected for use. Regular and even stimulation applied at the more sensitive spots will produce the best therapeutic results.

Fig. 2-11 Holographic reflecting areas on palmar side of hand

1-urogenital organs 2-adjustment of liver and gallbladder 3-ear 4-adjustment of lower abdomen 5-eye 6-shoulder 7-lung 8-mouth 9-esophagus 10-diabetes mellitus zone 11-cancer zone 12-brain 13-lymphatic immunity zone (lower body to upper body) 14-breast 15-liver and gallbladder 16-pancreas ]7-head and neck 18-spleen 19-stomach 20-spinal column (neck to sacrum) 21-waist and kidney 22-intestine 23-heart and chest 24-reproduction 25-reproductive gland

4. Distribution of acupoints and reflecting areas on dorsal side of the hand

There are 14 regular acupoints, 43 extra acupoints, and 24 holographic points and reflecting areas on the dorsal side of the hand as follows:

1) Regular acupoints:

(1) Shangyang (LI 1 ) :

Location: It is 0.1 cun beside the radial comer of nail of the index finger (Fig. 2-12).

Indications: Deafness, toothache, swelling of cheek, sore throat, stroke with coma, optic nerve atrophy, febrile diseases without sweating, and high fever with delirium.

Fig. 2-12 Regular acupoints on dorsal side of hand

1-Shangyang (LI 1) 2-Guanchong (TE 1) 3-Shaoze (SI 1) 4-Erjian (LI 2) 5-Yemen (TE 2) 6-Qian'gu (SI 2) 7-Sanjian (LI 3) 8-Hegu (LI 4) 9-Zhong-zhu (TE 3) 10-Houxi (SI 3) ll-Yangxi (LI 5) 12-Yangchi (TE4) 13-Wan'gu (SI 4) 14-Yanggu (SI 5)

(2) Sanjian (LI 3):

Location: In a depression proximal to the capitulum of 2nd metacarpal bone and on its radial side when the hand is clenched in a fist (Fig. 2-12).

Indications: Toothache on lower jaw, sore throat, redness and swelling of dorsum of hand, gum swelling and pain, eye pain, nasal bleeding, fever, fullness in chest, increase of intesfinal gurgling, constipation or diarrhea.

(3) Erjian (LI 2):

Location: In a depression distal to the capitulum of meta-carpal bone of index finger and on its radial side when the hand is clenched in a fist (Fig. 2-12).

Indications: Blurred vision, nasal bleeding, toothache, swelling of cheek, deviation of mouth and eye, sore throat, febrile diseases, food stagnation, and constipation.

(4) Hegu (LI 4):

Location: Between the 1st and 2nd metacarpal bones and beside the midpoint of radial border of the 2nd bone, or at the top of prominence of muscle lump between 1st and 2nd metacarpal bones. The palmar crease of the interphalangeal joint of the thumb of one hand is put on the web border between thumb and index finger of the other hand and the tip of the first thumb reaches this acupoint as the interphalangeal joint is flexed (Fig.

2-12).

Indications: Febrile diseases, headache, toothache, lock-jaw, deviation of mouth, nasal bleeding, deafness, sore throat, amenorrhea, prolonged labor, abdominal pain, spasm, arm pain, convulsion in children, hypertension, paralysis of arm, Bi-syndrome, psychosis, and epilepsy.

(5) Yangxi (LI 5) :

Location : On the radial end of dorsal crease of wrist and in a depression between short and long extensor muscles of thumb (Fig. 2-12).

Indications: Headache, red eye, deafness, toothache, and pain and swelling of wrist joint.

(6) Shaoze (SI 1):

Location: It is 0.1 cun beside the ulnar comer of the nail of little finger (Fig. 2-12).

Indications: Milky eye, sore throat, stroke with coma, febrile diseases, oligogalactia after childbirth, red and swollen tongue, and headache.

(7) Qian'gu (SI 2):

Location: It is at the ulnar end of the crease of 5th meta-carpophalangeal joint when the hand is clenched in a fist and on the dorsopalmar boundary (Fig. 2-12).

Indications: Febrile diseases, headache, eye pain, sore throat, numbness of fingers, deafness, red and swollen tongue, pain and swelling of cheek, chest distress, and failure to lactate after childbirth.

(8) Houxi ( SI 3) :

Location: In a depression proximal to the 5th metacarpo-phalangeal joint when the hand is clenched in a fist and on the dorsopalmar boundary (Fig. 2-12).

Indications : Headache, stiff neck, pain of back and waist, psychosis, malaria, deafness, milky eye, nasal bleeding, toothache on upper jaw, spasms and pain in elbow and arm, and spasms in fingers.

(9) Wan'gu (SI 4):

Location: On the dorsal side of hand and in a depression formed by base of 5th metacarpal, pisiform and hamate bones (Fig. 2-12).

Indications: Febrile diseases, jaundice, spasms in fingers, wrist pain, headache, tinnitus, and pain in shoulder, arm and nape.

(10) Yanggu (SI 5):

Location: On the ulnar side of wrist joint and in a depression distal to the capitulum of ulna bone (Fig. 2-12).

Indications: Swelling of neck and chin, tinnitus, deaf-ness, psychosis, convulsions, febrile diseases, pain of lateral side of arm, stiff tongue, lockjaw, and eye pain.

(11) Guanchong (TE 1) :

Location: It is 0.1 cun beside the ulnar comer of nail of ring finger (Fig. 2-12).

Indications: Headache, red eye, sore throat, febrile diseases, irritability, and stiffness and pain of tongue.

(12) Zhongzhu (TE 3) :

Location: In a depression proximal to and between the capitula of 4th and 5th metacarpal bones when the hand is

clenched in a fist (Fig. 2-12).

Indications: Tinnitus, deafness, migraine, stiff neck, red eye, sore throat, febrile diseases, pain in fingers with difficult extension, malaria, and redness, swelling and pain in hand and arm.

(13) Yemen (TE 2) :

Location: In a depression distal to and between the carpophalangeal joints of ring and little fingers when the hand is clenched in a fist (Fig. 2-12).

Indications: Migraine, red eye, deafness, sore throat, malaria, and pain in hand and arm.

(14) Vangchi (TE 4) :

Location: On the dorsal crease of wrist and in a depression on the ulnar border of common extensor muscle of fingers (Fig. 2-12).

Indications: Wrist, shoulder, and back pain, malaria, lumbago, diabetes mellitus, redness and swelling of ear auricle, deafness, and tinnitus.

Fig. 2-13 Zhongkui and Baxie acupoints

2) Extra acupoints:

(1) Zhongkui acupoint (EX-DH 1 ) :

Location: At the midpoint of dorsal crease of proximal interphalangeal joint of middle finger (Fig. 2-13).

Indications: Dysphagia and vomiting (moxibustion allowed).

(2) Baxie acupoints (EX-DH 2) :

Location: They are on the dorsopalmar boundary of hand between each pair of neighboring fingers, on both hands, 8 in all (Fig. 2-13).

Indications: Fever with irritability, eye pain, swelling and pain in dorsum of hand, and poisonous snake bite.

(3) Waist and leg pain acupoints (EX-DH 3) :

Location: They are 1.5 cun distal to the dorsal crease of wrist, one on the radial side of tendon of extensor muscle of index finger and another one on the ulnar side of tendon of extensor muscle of ring finger, 2 points on each hand; the first is called Weiling, and the second is called Jingling in Tuina (traditional massage) for children (Fig. 2-14a).

Indications: Sprain, rheumatism and strain with acute or chronic pain in waist and leg (better for acute attack in waist), sudden death of children due to convulsions, coma, asthma with phlegm and whistling, vomiting without vomitus, indigestive malnutrition, and pterygium.

(4) Arthralgia acupoint (EX-DH 4a, 4b, 4c and 4d) :

Location: This is a group of acupoints arrayed near the dorsopalmar boundary of the hand. The elbow pain acupoint is at the midpoint of palmar crease of metacarpophalangeal joint of thumb (EX-DH 4d, Fig. 2-14b) ; the knee pain acupoint (EX-DH 4a) is at the midpoint of dorsal crease of metacarpophalangeal joint of thumb; the ankle pain acupoint (EX-DH 4b) is on the radial side of metacarpophalangeal joint of thumb and on the dorsopalmar boundary of the hand; and the shoulder pain acupoint (EX-DH 4c) is on the radial side of metacarpophalangeal joint of index finger and on the dorsopalmar boundary of the hand (Fig. 2-14a).

Fig. 2-14a Extra acupoints on dorsal side of hand

 
 
Anatomy, Acupoints and Reflecting Areas of Hand
 

1-waist and leg pain 2-knee pain 3-ankle pain 4-shoulder pain 5-eye pain 6-frontal headache 7-parietal headache 8-temporai headache 9-occipital headache 10perineai pain 11-spine pain 12-sciatic neuralgia 13-sore throat 14-stiff neck 15-nasal bleeding 16-hypertensing 17-Yangxi (LI 5) 18-Yangchi (TE 4) 19-brain 20-throracic spine pain 21-hypotensing 22-diaphragm 23-diarrhea

Indications: Pain of various joints due to rheumatism or sprain.

Fig. 2-14b Elbow pain acupoint

(5) Eye pain acupoint (EX-DH 5) :

Location: On the ulnar side of interphalangeal joint of thumb and on the dorsopalmar boundary of the hand (Fig. 2-14a).

Indications: Acute conjunctivitis, kerotitis, sty, and glaucoma with eye pain.

(6) Headache acupoints (EX-DH 6a, 6b, 6c and 6d) :

Location: This is a group of acupoints arrayed on the dorsopalmar boundary. The frontal headache acupoint is on the radial dorsopalmar boundary of proximal interphalangeal joint of index finger; the parietal headache acupoint is on the radial dorsopalmar boundary of proximal interphalangeal joint of middle finger; the temporal headache acupoint is on the dorsopalmar boundary of ulnar dorsopalmar boundary of proximal interphalangeal joint of ring finger; and the occipital headache acupoint is on the ulnar dorsopalmar boundary of first interphalangeal joint of little finger (Fig. 2-14a).

Indications: Neurotic and vascular headache at the correspondent region. The frontal headaehe acupoint is also for gastrointestinal colic, acute gastroenteritis, acute appendicitis, rheumatism, and pain of knee joint due to sprain; the temporal headache acupoint is also for pain of chest and flanks, discomfort of liver region, pain in spleen region, biliary colic, and costal neuralgia; and the occipital headache acupoint is also for acute tonsillitis, arm pain, redness and swelling of cheek, and hiccups.

(7) Perineal pain acupoint (EX-DH 7) :

Location: On the radial dorsopalmar boundary of proximal interphalangeal joint of little finger (Fig. 2-14a).

Indications: Perineal pain and pain of external genital organs due to infection.

(8) Spine pain acupoint (EX-DH 8) :

Location: On the ulnar dorsopalmar boundary of carpometacarpal joint of little finger (Fig. 2-14a).

Indications: Acute sprain of interspinous ligament, pain of coccyx, nasal obstruction, tinnitus, and lumbago due to herniation of intervertebral disc. It is chiefly used for pain of lumbar and sacral regions.

(9) Sciatic Neuralgia acupoint (EX-DH 9) :

Location: On the dorsal side of hand and between the 4th and 5th carpometacarpal joints, but closer to the former (Fig.2-14a).

Indications: Sciatic Neuralgia and pain in hip region.

(10) Sore throat acupoint (EX-DH 10) :

Location: On the dorsal side of hand and between the 3rd and 4th carpometacarpal joints, but closer to the former (Fig. 2-14a).

Indications: Acute tonsillitis, acute pharyngitis, and trigeminal neuralgia.

(11) Stiff neck acupoint (EX-DH 11) :

Location: On the dorsal side of hand and between the 2nd and 3rd carpometacarpal joints, 0.5 cun proximal to the former (Fig. 2-14a).

Indications: Stiff neck, sprain of neck and nape, and shoulder and arm pain.

(12) Nasal bleeding acupoint (EX-DH 12) :

Location: At the midpoint of edge of web folding between thumb and index finger and on the dorsopalmar boundary (Fig. 2-14a).

Indication: Nasal bleeding.

(13) Hypertensing acupoint (EX-DH 13):

Location: On the dorsal crease of wrist and at the midpoint between Yangchi (TE 4) and Yangxi (LI 5) acupoints (Fig. 2-14a).

Indications: Hypotension due to various causes, rheumatism and sprain with swelling and pain of wrist joint, and numb-ness and spasms in forearm.

(14) Brain acupoint (EX-DH 14):

Location: On the ulnar side of metacarpophalangeal joint of thumb (Fig. 2-14a).

Indications: Headache, dizziness, and poor memory.

(15) Thoracic spine pain acupoints (EX-DH 15).

Location: These are two acupoints in a depression distal to the crease of wrist and beside the tendon of extensor muscle of middle finger (Fig. 2-14a).

Indications: Pain over the thoracic spine, shoulder, and back.

(16) Hypotensing acupoint (EX-DH 16):

Location: On the dorsal side of hand and in the center of a depression over the metacarpophalangeal joint of middle finger when it is extended (Fig. 2-14a).

Indication: Hypertension.

(17) Diaphragm acupoint (EX-DH 17):

Location: At the midpoint of dorsal crease of distal interphalangeal joint of middle finger (Fig. 2-14a).

Indication: Hiccups due to spasms of diaphragm.

(18) Diarrhea acupoint (EX-DH 18) :

Location: It is on the dersal side of hand, 1 cun distal to the junction of metacarpophalangeal joints of middle and ring fingers (Fig. 2-14a).

Indications: Diarrhea and tenesmus.

(19) Yiwofeng acupoint (EX-DH 19) :

Location: On the dorsal crease of wrist and at the promixal and of 3rd metacarpal bone (Fig. 2-15).

Indications: Acute and chronic convulsions, diarrhea, and anal pain.

Fig. 2-15 Extra acupoints on dorsal side of hand

(20) Dagukong acupoint (EX-DH 20) :

Location: On the dorsal side of thumb and at the center of its interphalangeal joint; and at the tip of this joint when the thumb is flexed (Fig. 2-15).

Indications: Eye diseases, vomiting, diarrhea, and nasal bleeding.

(21) Xiaogukong acupoint (EX-DH 21) :

Location: On the dorsal side of little finger and at the tip of its proximal interphalangeal joint when the finger is flexed (Fig. 2-15).

Indications: Various eye diseases, deafness, and pain in joints of little finger.

(22) Wailaogong ( outer Laogong ) acupoint ( EX-DH 22):

Location: At the center of dorsum of hand between 2nd and 3rd metacarpal bone, but closer to the latter bone (Fig. 2-15).

Indications : Swelling and pain in dorsum of hand, paralysis of fingers, tetanus in newborns, and indigestive malnutrition in children.

(23) Nuemen acupoim (EX-DH 23) :

Location: On the dorsal side of hand and between the 3rd and 4th metacarpophalangeal joints (Fig. 2-15).

Indication: Malaria.

(24) Bahui acupoint (EX-DH 24) :

Location: It is on the dorsal side of hand, 5 fen distal to Yangxi (LI 5, Fig. 2-15).

Indications: Psychosis and epilepsy.

(25) Shanghegu (upper Hegu) acupoint (EX-DH 25):

Location: On the dorsal side of hand and in a depression distal to the bases of 1st and 2nd metacarpal bones (Fig. 2-16).

Indication: Toothache.

(26) Honggong acupoint (EX-DH 26):

Location: On the dorsal side of hand and in a depression distal to the bases of 2nd and 3rd metacarpal bones (Fig. 2-16).

Indications: External trauma of waist and limbs.

Fig. 2-16 Extra acupoints on dorsal side of hand

1-Shanghegu ( EX-DH 25 ) 2-Honggong ( EX-DH 26) 3-Hongyang ( EX-DH 27) 4-Yonghong (EX-DH 28) 5-Shanghouxi (EX-DH 29) 6-spasm controlling 7-numbness 8-Hubian (EX-DH 32) 9-Yinmen (EX-DH 33) 10-Chaqi (EX-DH 34) 11-Kongii (EX-DH 35) 12-Tongling (EX-DH 36) 13-Chayi (EX-DH 37) 14-sprain 1 15-sprain 2 and 16-Hujincun (EX-DH 40) acupoints

(27) Hongyang acupoint (EX-DH 27) :

Location: On the dorsal side of hand and in a depression distal to the bases of 3rd and 4th metacarpal bones (Fig. 2-16).

Indications: External trauma of chest and limbs.

(28) Yonghong acupoint (EX-DH 28) :

Location: On the dorsal side of hand, in a depression distal to the bases of 4th and 5th metacarpal bones (Fig. 2-16).

Indications: External trauma and pain of waist and limbs.

(29) Shanghouxi (upper Houxi) acupoint (EX-DH 29) :

Location: On the dorsal side of hand, on the ulnar border of hand and at the midpoint between the end of a palmar crease proximal to capitulum of 5th metacarpal bone and the depression between base of 5th metacarpal bone and hamate bone (Fig. 2-16).

Indications: Deafness and dumbness.

(30) Spasm- controlling acupoints ( EX- DH 30) :

Location: There are 4 acupoints on the dorsal side of each hand, 1 cun proximal to each junction of 2 neighboring meta-carpophalangeal joints (Fig. 2-16).

Indication: Finger spasms.

(31) Numbness acupoint (EX-DH 31) :

Location: On the dorsal side of hand, 0.15 cun beside the midpoint of radial border of 2nd metacarpal bone (Fig. 2-16).

Indications: Colic of stomach and numbness of index finger.

(32) Hubian acupoint (EX-DH 32) :

Location: On the dorsal side of hand, slightly distal to the midpoint of radial border of 2nd metacarpal bone and 1.5 cun from the metacarpophalangeal joint (Fig. 2-16).

Indications: Schizophrenia, epilepsy, and hysteria.

(33) Yinmen acupoint (EX-DH 33) :

Location: On the dorsal side of hand, at the center of the interosseous space between 2nd and 3rd metacarpal bones (Fig. 2-16).

Indications: Rheumatic arthritis of fingers and fingers sprain.

(34) Chaqi acupoint (EX-DH 34):

Location: On the dorsal side of hand, 5 fen proximal to a depression proximal to the capitula of 2nd and 3rd metacarpal bones (Fig. 2-16).

Indications: Stomach spasms and hypertension.

(35) Kongji acupoint (EX-DH 35) :

Location: On the dorsal side of hand, 5 fen proximal to a depression proximal to the capitula of 3rd and 4th metacarpal bones (Fig. 2-16).

Indications: Intercostal neuralgia, stomachache, cholecystiffs, ascaris in biliary tract, cholelithiasis, and pleuritis.

(36) Tongling acupoint (EX-DH 36):

Location: This is 5 fen distal to Kongji acupoint (EX-DH 35) (Fig. 2-16).

Indications: Toothache and chest pain.

(37) Chayi acupoint (EX-DH 37) :

Location: Between the distal border of 4th and 5th metacarpophalangeal joints (Fig. 2-16).

Indications: Pleuritis and intercostal neuralgia.

(38) Sprain 1 acupoint (EX-DH 38) :

Location: It is on the web border between index and middle fingers (Fig. 2-16).

Indication: Shoulder and upper limb sprain.

(39) Sprain 2 acupoint (EX-DH 39) :

Location: On the web border between middle and ring fingers (Fig. 2-16).

Indications: Waist and lower limb sprain.

(40) Hujincun acupoint (EX-DH 40) :

Location: On the dorsal side of thumb and at the center of its metacarpophalangeal joint (Fig. 2-16).

Indications: Sprain and rheumatic arthritis.

(41) Shousixue acupoints (EX-DH 41):

Location: These are 4 points, each is 1 fen beside the radial corner of free edge of nails of thumb and middle fingers on each hand (Fig. 2-17).

Indication: Food poisoning.

Fig. 2-17 Shousixue, Erming, and anti-febrile Tuire acupoints

(42) Erming acupoints (EX-DH 42) :

Location: One of these 2 acupoints is on the ulnar end of dorsal crease of distal interphalangeal joint of little finger, the other is on the radial end of dorsal crease of distal interphalangeal joint of index finger (Fig. 2-17).

Indication: Eye diseases.

(43) Anti-febrile acupoint (EX-DH 43) :

Location: On the dorsal side of hand, on the web border between index and middle fingers, and closer to the latter finger (Fig. 2-17).

Indications: Fever and eye diseases.

3) Holographic points and reflecting areas:

(1) Biological holographic points:

Fig. 2-18 Biological holographic points beside 2nd metacapal bone

1-head 2-neck 3-arm 4-lung and heart 5-liver 6-stomach 7-duodenum 8-kidney

9-waist 10-lower abdomen 11-leg 12-foot

The holographic points beside the 2nd metacarpal bone (Fig. 2-18) are the most commonly used group of holographic points, arranged in a sequence already mentioned in the holographic points on palmar side of hand. They can produce good therapeutic results, in the treatment of their correspondent organs or other structures on the same anatomical segment.

(2) Holographic reflecting areas:

The holographic reflecting areas (Fig. 2-19) on the dorsal side of hand are similar to those on the palmar side. These extraordinarily sensitive areas should be selected to apply stimulation for relieving sensitivity, even though there is no disease in their correspondent organs. Diagnosing diseases by means of the hand will be discussed in following chapters.

Fig. 2-19 Holographic reflecting, areas on dorsum of hand

1-shoulder 2-neck 3-pharynx 4-ear 5-diaphragm 6-chest 7-nerve and blood pres-sure 8-abdornen 9-reflecting area of spine 10-endocrine 11-waist and leg

The anatomy of the hand and acupoints and reflecting areas for therapy applied to the hand have been mentioned above. Al-though the acupoints and reflecting areas are numerous, their names and locations can be gradually remembered by repeated recitation and clinical practice.

 
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Correlation Between Divisions of Hand and Foot and Internal Organs
 

For the convenience of learning and memory, the holographic acupoints and reflecting areas mentioned above are briefly summarized and shown in the following diagrams. How-ever, these are only rough sketches and the exact location of stimulating areas must be accurately defined during clinical practice. As proven by clinical practice, good therapeutic results can be duplicated when similar stimulation is applied at the defined area.

1. Correspondent divisions of head and neck (Fig. 2-49a and Fig. 2-49b) :

2. Correspondent divisions of and respiratory system (Fig. 2-50a and Fig. 2-50b) :

3. Correspondent divisions of spleen, stomach and digestive system (Fig. 2-51a and Fig. 2-51b) :

4. Correspondent divisions of heart and circulatory system (Fix. 2-52a and Fix. 2-52b) :

5. Correspondent divisions of kidney and urogenital system (Fig. 2-53a and Fig. 2-53b) :

6. Correspondent divisions of brain and nervous system (Fig. 2-54a and Fig. 2-54b) :

7. Correspondent divisions of endocrinal system (Fig. 2-55a and Fig. 2-55b) :

8. Correspondent divisions of lymphatic system (Fig. 2-56a and Fig. 2-56b) :

9. Correspondent divisions of locomotive system (Fig. 2-57a and Fig. 2-57b) :

The vital organs and tissues in the body and their correspondent reflecting areas on the hand and foot have been mentioned above. The application of those reflecting areas in clinical practice may be modified according to variations among individuals, health conditions, and the nature of the disease. Sometimes, the same areas may be selected for different diseases; and similar diseases can be treated by different areas. These basic principles should be followed for smoothly solving the difficult problems that arise in the treatment of diseases.

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