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Atlas of Acupuncturology

Atlas of Acupuncturology

  • 統一編號GPN:1010902091
  • 出版日期:2020/12
  • 作/編/譯者:林昭庚李育臣
  • 語言:英文
  • 頁數:484
  • 裝訂:精裝

書籍介紹

本書由中國醫藥大學林昭庚講座教授及附設醫院李育臣醫師合力編撰,全書的圖譜穴位參考引用「WHO Standard Acupuncture Point Locations in the Western Pacific Region(WHO標準針灸穴位圖譜)」一書,並加入林講座教授修正之五處針灸腧穴部位(肩中俞、京門、水泉、中瀆、中封)及圖譜,全書彩色穴位圖均以真人拍攝,再加以標示穴位,以達到真實穴位標示,避免讀者混淆穴位位置。
書中亦加入針灸實證醫學之近代研究成果,全書融合現代醫學研究及理論,在於提供讀者貫穿古今的針灸理論與臨床精華,不僅可供國際針灸學習者教學研究使用,並有助於臺灣中醫針灸科學化領域推上世界舞台。

目次

Preface / Yi-Chang Su............................................................................................ i
Preface - The enhancement of Taiwan's international status in acupuncture medicine / Mien-Chie Hung................................................. iii
Preface / Wen-Hwa Lee......................................................................... vi
Preface / Jaung-Geng Lin.................................................................................. viii
Professor Jaung-Geng Lin's Profile...........................................................................x
Chapter 1 Introduction
Section 1. Definition of Acupuncture and Moxibustion Therapy
(針灸療法; 针灸疗法; zhēn jiǔ liáo fǎ)...........................................................2
Section 2. Characteristics of Acupuncture and Moxibustion Therapies............................2
Section 3. The Effects of Acupuncture and Moxibustion..................................................4
Section 4. History and Evolution of the Medical Practices of Acupuncture and Moxibustion...............................................................................................6
Chapter 2 Overview of Meridian and Collateral
Section 1. Definition of Meridian and Collateral (經絡; 经络; jīng luò).........................18
Section 2. The Meridian and Collateral System.........................................................18
Section 3. The Distribution of Meridian and Collateralin the Human Body..............30
Section 4. Formulation of Meridian and Collateral Theory.......................................33
Section 5. The Physiological Effect of Meridian and Collateral......................................36
Section 6. Application of Meridian and Collateral Theory in Pathology......................41
Section 7. Application of meridian and collateral theory in Diagnosis.......................44
Section 8. Application of Meridian and Collateral theory in Acupuncture Therapy....47
Chapter 3 Individual Acupoints
Section 1. Acupoints on the Taiyin Lung Meridian (LU) Channel of the Hand..........52
Section 2. Acupoints on the Yangming Large Intestine Meridian (LI) Channel of the Hand.....................61
Section 3. Acupoints on the Yangming Stomach Meridian (ST) Channel of the Foot..76
Section 4. Acupoints on the Taiyin Spleen Meridian (SP) Channel of the Foot........103
Section 5. Acupoints on the Shaoyin Heart Meridian (HT) Channel of the Hand....118
Section 6. Acupoints on the Taiyang Small Intestine Meridian (SI) Channel of the Hand......................................124
Section 7. The Taiyang Bladder Meridian (BL) Channel of the Foot...................138
Section 8. Acupoints on the Shaoyin Kidney Meridian (KI) Channel of the Foot.....177
Section 9. Acupoints on the Jueyin Pericardium Meridian Channel of the Hand pericardium meridian (PC)...........................................................................193
Section 10. Acupoints on the Shaoyang Triple Energizer Meridian Channel
of the Hand..................................................................................................200
Section 11. Acupoints on the Shaoyang Gallbladder Meridian Channel of the Foot....217
Section 12. Acupoints on the Jueyin Liver Meridian Channel of the Foot...........251
Section 13. Acupoints on the Conception Vessel................................................263
Section 14. Acupoints on the Governor Vessel....................................................278
Section 15. The extraordinary acupoints outside of the channels non-channel point
(外奇穴 外奇穴 jīng wài qí xué) and new acupoints................................296
Chapter 4 On Treating Illnesses
Section 1. Illnesses of the Nervous System...............................................................348
Section 2. Musculoskeletal system illnesses.............................................................367
Section 3. Respiratory system illnesses.....................................................................382
Section 4. Heart and circulatory system illnesses......................................................390
Section 5. Gastrointestinal System Illnesses..............................................................398
Section 6. Illnesses of the Hepatobiliary System.......................................................408
Section 7. Illnesses of the urinary and reproductive systems...................................415
Section 8. Gynecological illnesses.............................................................................423
Section 9. Sense organ illnesses................................................................................443
Section 10. Integumentary system illnesses..............................................................449
Section 11. Pediatric illnesses....................................................................................461

編/著/譯者簡介

Professor Jaung-Geng Lin was presently a full-time chair professor at the China Medical University. A licensed M.D. and C.M.D., he is the first Taiwanese doctoral-degree holder in Acupuncture of Chinese Medicine and also the first Professor of Chinese medicine approved by the Ministry of Education R.O.C.
Professor Lin has profound academic attainments in both Chinese and Western medicine, including evidence-based medicine, acupuncture analgesia, and the safe needling depth of acupoints. A prolific scholar, he has written a total of 51 books including many eminent works and published 429 articles, of which 235 are included in the SCI (Science Citation Index).

序言/導讀

Acupuncture has been rising in popularity once again, nearly half a century since its international boom in in the 1970s. Its research and clinical applications have been developing rapidly internationally. According to “WHO Traditional Medicine Strategy 2014-2023”, there are 103 countries that have acknowledged usage of acupuncture, 29 countries with regulations in acupuncture for providers, and 18 countries with health insurance coverage for acupuncture. With this rise in use of acupuncture, there is a need for rigorous academic acupuncture textbooks to be provided to international scholars and researchers. Professor Jaung-Geng Lin was the first to receive a PhD in Acupuncture Science in Taiwan. With 40 years of clinical experience in acupuncture, he is internationally renowed for his clinical expertise and impact. He has engaged in academic research for acupuncture for over half a century. In particular, his leading research in the safety depth of acupuncture has made him a top leader in the international acupuncture field. Since 2012, Dr. Lin has been recognized as an expert by the WHO and UNESCO, often invited to share his expertise in acupuncture at important international academic conferences. This textbook aims to provide an academic perspective of acupuncture based in modern medical mechanisms. Professor Lin organized a transnational team of acupuncture research associates prior to completing this work. This book’s chapters include a brief history of acupuncture, the mechanism and effect of acupuncture in the nervous system, including sleep disorders, analgesia, addiction, depression, cognitive deficits, itch, stroke, peripheral nerve regeneration ,and other important clinical issues, as well as the effects of acupuncture in diabetes mellitus gastrointestinal function. They also discuss the mechanism of acupuncture techniques including electroacupuncture, laser acupuncture, and moxibustion. Professor Lin was my acupuncture teacher during my MD and PhD program. For more than 30 years, I have admired his contribution to acupuncture research and education. I am honored to be able to recommend Experimental Acupuncturology, and look forward to see more of his great works published in the future.

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  • 適用對象:成人(學術性),成人(休閒娛樂)
  • 關鍵詞:中醫、針灸
  • 附件:無附件
  • 頁/張/片數:484

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