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Professor WU Lian-zhong’s clinical experience for treating post-stroke distal limb dyskinesia
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Pages: 73-76
Year: Issue:  1
Journal: Chinese Acupuncture & Moxibustion

Keyword:  distal limb dyskinesiastrokeacupuncturefamous doctor’s experienceWU Lian-zhong;
Abstract: Professor WU Lian-zhong’s experience for treating post-stroke distal limb dyskinesia is introduced from the aspects of syndrome differentiation principles, clinical acupoint selection and acupuncture manipulation. Professor WU proposes the original syndrome differentiation system of "ten factors" for stroke, and emphasizes the importance of spirit differentiation and syndrome differentiation. The syndrome differentiation focus on the three yang meridians and kidney meridian, as such, Quchi(LI 11), Shousanli(LI 10), Waiguan(TE 5), Hegu(LI 4), Zhongzhu(TE 3), Sidu(TE 9), Zusanli(ST 36), Fenglong(ST 40), Tengyue point, Taichong(LR 3), Xiangu(ST 43), Zulinqi(GB 41), Dazhong(KI 4), Genjian point, Zhaohai(KI 6), Fuliu(KI 7) and Taixi(KI 3) are selected. In addition, professor WU develops clear quantitative standards for acupuncture manipulation.
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