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FURTHER STUDY ON THE ANATOMICAL, HISTOLOGICAL AND BIOCHEMICAL BASES UNDERLYING CLINICAL ACUPUNCTURE EFFECTIVENESS
J Chin Med
The study was undertaken in order further to elucidate the relationship between structural specificities of acupoints and meridians and their clinical effectiveness. 356 biopsis samples were processed, 287 of which were taken from 48 adult and 2 newborn cadavers and the rest 69, from living patients, at three different levels beneath the acupoints, between meridians and at some distances away. Six types of staining methods were applied to the materials obtained from diversified areas infatcat:yv6diwmmnrdjlpxxobq3223uqq