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san yin jiao suo jing jing mai ji zhen ci de qi ding liang de yan jiu
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Pages: 235-238
Year: Issue:  3
Journal: Acupuncture Research

Keyword:  三阴交穴发光强度针刺得气受试者祖国医学光电倍增管足三阴经经脉光信息记录仪;
Abstract: On 14 subjects by 69 experiments, it was found that before needling, the intensity of luminescence of Yinbai, Dadun, Yungquan and Nei Zhi- yin (3 mm by the inner side of the nail of little toe) remained constant for a definite duration. During needling at the acupoint Sanyinjiao, when a definite needling sensation was to be elicited, the luminescence of all these acupoints increased prominently; whereas at the sites of non- acupoint, it remained unchanged. Statistically, there was significant dif- ference in luminescence between the non-acupoints and the Jing points of the three channels (i.e. Spleen, Liver and Kidney); there was also stron- ger luminescence at Yinbai of Spleen Channel in comparison with the Jing points of Liver and Kidney channels. This result provides evidence that Sanyinjiao, which, according to the classical theory of meridian, belongs to the channel of Spleen, is the "Meeting" point of the three ch- annels(i.e. Spleen, Liver, Kidney). This experiment provides also a quantitative method to determine objectively the needling sensation.
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