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By Claudia Focks MD

This excellently designed Atlas of Acupuncture is straightforward to entry and gives transparent info at the complete diversity of acupuncture issues and major channels in a scientific and transparent means. each one of those issues mix anatomical drawings and pictures of floor anatomy. This acupuncture atlas not just presents rookies with an outline of an important acupuncture issues, yet skilled practitioners may also know about seldom used acupuncture issues and therefore expand their knowledge.

  • Clear info at the complete variety of acupuncture issues and major channels in a scientific and transparent way
  • Each aspect combines anatomical drawings and images of floor anatomy
  • Attractive two-colour design
  • Highly illustrated

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11 Triceps brachii, medial head Lateral epicondyle Olecranon Fig. 54 Aponeurosis of the biceps brachii P-3 HE-3 LU-5 Medial epicondyle Tendon of the biceps brachii Palmaris longus Flexor carpi radialis Brachioradialis Flexor carpi ulnaris Flexor digitorum superficialis Fig. 56) The olecranon forms the tip of the elbow. -10 is located in a depression proximal to the olecranon. 3 Forearm and Hand For locating points on the forearm, it is important to note whether the arm is in a pronated or supinated position, since this can have a considerable effect on the relative location of some points (see also location details of specific points).

15. -10 Trapezius (inferior fibres) Fig. 38 Vertebral prominence, spinous process External occipital protuberance Sternocleidomastoid Splenius capitis Trapezius Scapular spine Deltoid Acromion Teres major Scapula, inferior angle Latissimus dorsi Fig. 43) Acromion When palpating the shoulder joint from a lateral direction, the acromion can be felt as a bony extension with a flat surface, slightly superior to the laterally protruding head of the humerus. 44) The scapular spine forms a bony ridge that originates at the acromion and runs in an oblique angle across the scapula, ending at its medial border in an upward opening curve.

C7, spinous process T1, spinous process Biceps brachii Fig. -13 Fig. -16 AC joint Acromion Biceps brachii, tendon of the long head Humerus Fig. 41 52 Fig. 51) This muscle covers the anterior, posterior and lateral aspect of the head of the humerus. -14. -15 Lateral border Clavicle Inferior angle Anterior extremity of the acromion Fig. -10 Abduct arm Fig. -9 End of the axillary fold Fig. -14 Lateral fibres Posterior fibres Fig. -14 Triceps brachii, long head Triceps brachii, lateral head Biceps Latissimus dorsi Biceps brachii Triceps brachii, tendon Fig.

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