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Acupuncture and Moxibustion (2nd Edition) (Chn/Eng) Paperback ?????????(???2???) ?????? (WA09)

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Language English &Chinese ,Preface This is one of the Chinese-English Bilingual TCM Textbooks for overseas students studying in the colleges and universities in China. The compilation of these textbooks has been brought into the 1 lth 5-Year Plan of the Health Ministry. Acupuncture and moxibustion are two disciplines within the framework of traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) encompassing complete and systemic theories and rich experiences in their clinical practice. The compilation of this book is guided by the Compiling and Approving Committee of TCM Bilingual Textbooks, and is based on the requirements of the overseas students in TCM higher learning as welt. There are 3 parts and 8 chapters in the book. Part one introduces 3 chapters about the channels and acupuncture points. Chapter 1 explains the main components of the channel system, the functions of the channels and collaterals and their clinical applications. It provides an overview of the basic concepts of channel system for the students. Chapter 2 introduces the classification and nomenclature of points, locations, and indications and needling techniques the points. It also introduces the concepts of specific points etc. Chapter 3 introduces the details of channels and points. From sections 1 to 12 of Chapter 3, it discusses the twelve regular channels and their points including the pathways, indications, needling and moxibustion methods and clinical applications. The 13th section in chapter 3 introduces the distribution of the eight extra channels. The 14th section briefly introduces the commonly used extra points. In chapter 3, points commonly used in practice are marked with "*" on the upper fight comer of their names. Part two, includes Chapter 4 to 6, which mainly introduces the techniques of filiform needling and moxibustion. There is also a briefly introduction to other related methods such as cupping, scalp acupuncture, and auricular acupuncture....