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    Houchi Dung.
    Summary: "The Chinese are known to have practiced acupuncture for approximately 2,000 years. Designed specifically for health care practitioners, this book demystifies acupuncture and explains it in anatomical terms. New emphasis is made to differentiate traditional acupuncture in Oriental medicine from scientific acupuncture, which is based entirely on medical sciences. This edition is completely updated and presents the most current research. New material includes information on how to quantify pain and a new way to define acute and chronic pain"--Provided by publisher.

    Chapter 1. Introduction
    chapter 2. Anatomy in acupuncture
    chapter 3. Acupoints of the cranial nerves
    chapter 4. Acupoints in the neck region
    chapter 5. Acupoints in the upper limb
    chapter 6. Acupoints in the body trunk
    chapter 7. Acupoints in the lower limb
    chapter 8. Physiology in acupuncture
    chapter 9. Biochemistry in acupuncture
    chapter 10. Pathology in acupuncture
    chapter 11. Psychology in acupuncture
    chapter 12. Pain and measurement
    chapter 13. Good to excellent applications
    chapter 14. Applications with mixed and limited results
    chapter 15. Difficult patients with poor results.
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    RM184 .D857 2014