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1- gera: 17936/nd/tt ZHU'S SCALP ACUPUNCTURE. MINGQING ZHU. x. 0;:222P (eng). This text includes a brief summary of the history of scalp acupuncture, tables analyzing and comparing the various styles, and illustrations with treatment lines for the acupoints according to the WHO International Standard. Also included are the location and indications of the treatment zones, Zhu's needle manipulation techniques (accompanied by detailed descriptions and illustrations and the Chinese characters), principles for zone selection and direction of insertion. He describes treatment of emergency conditions such as syncope,bleeding, asthma, and treatment of systemic conditions such as dysentery, sciatica, and arthritis, and analysis of typical cases. [Redwing 2- gera: 117817/di/ra SCALP ACUPUNCTURE AND CLINICAL CASES. JIAO SHUNFA. foreign languages press beijing. 0;:94 (eng). 3- gera: 6009/di/tt DIAGNOSTIC PAR LE CUIR CHEVELU, LA STIMULOTHERAPIE CRANIO-CERVICALE. MILES H. editions andre bonne,paris. 1955;:125P (fra). 4- gera: 6010/di/ra L'ACUPUNCTURE CEREBRALE. ROUSTAN C. nouvelle revue internationale d'acupuncture. 1973;30:191-204 (fra). Première mention occidentale de la technique de craniopuncture. 5- gera: 15363/di/ra [POTENTIELS EVOQUES CHEZ LE SINGE DURANT UNE STIMULATION AUX ULTRA-SONS A FAIBLE INTENSITE AU 8V]. HU JH. american journal of acupuncture. 1973;1(4):187-92 (eng). 6- gera: 6012/di/ra [UNE NOUVELLE DECOUVERTE : L'ACUPUNCTURE CEREBRALE]. ROUSTAN C. american journal of acupuncture. 1974;2(1):30-40 (eng). 7- gera: 6013/di/ra [LA CRANIOPUNCTURE DANS L'HEMORRAGIE CEREBRALE]. CHENGKONG NG ET AL. american journal of acupuncture. 1974;2(1):41-3 (eng). 8- gera: 7559/di/ra [LA CRANIOPUNCTURE, TRAITEMENT DES AFFECTIONS CEREBRALES]. LIU TH ET AL. american journal of chinese medicine. 1974;2(3):261-9 (eng). 9- gera: 12724/di/ra CEREBRAL ACUPUNCTURE FOR FOOT AND HAND PARALYSIS IN MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS. HART BF. american journal of acupuncture. 1974;2(4):278-82 (eng). Traitement de 57 cas de sclérose en plaque et 4 hémiplégies. Une efficacité certaine est observée, particulièrement sur la paralysie du pied avec la puncture de la zone sensitive-motrice du pied, alors qu'aucun résultat n'avait été observé avec la somatopuncture. 10- gera: 6016/di/tt SCALP ACUPUNCTURE, THERAPY AND ANESTHESIA. LU HC. academy of oriental heritage,vancouver. 1975;:110P (eng). 11- gera: 6017/di/ra [APPLICATIONS THERAPEUTIQUES DE LA CRANIOPUNCTURE]. NGUYEN VAN NGHI ET AL. rivista italiana di agopuntura. 1975;23:13-25 (ita). 12- gera: 6019/di/ra LA CRANIOPUNCTURE (1). NGUYEN VAN NGHI. mensuel du medecin acupuncteur. 1975;20:381-8 (fra). Description des zones et techniques de stimulation. 13- gera: 6020/di/ra LA CRANIOPUNCTURE (2). NGUYEN VAN NGHI. mensuel du medecin acupuncteur. 1975;26:22-32 (fra). Indications thérapeutiques des différentes zones. 14- gera: 6021/di/ra APPLICATIONS THERAPEUTIQUES DE LA CRANIOPUNCTURE. MAI VAN DONG ET AL. mensuel du medecin acupuncteur. 1975;22:61-66 (fra). Revue des principales indications thérapeutiques. 15- gera: 9145/di/ra [CRANIO-PUNCTURE MODIFIEE, RAPPORT PRELIMINAIRE]. ZEITLER M. auricular-medicine and acupuncture physician. 1975;2(4-6):25-30 (eng). 16- gera: 9146/di/ra [CRANIO-PUNCTURE MODIFIEE (2)]. ZEITLER M. auricular-medicine and acupuncture physician. 1975;7-9:911 (eng). 17- gera: 9159/di/ra [PROGRESSION HARMONIQUE EXPONENTIELLE ET STIMULATION PAR FREQUENCES SIMULTANEES]. FRAZEE JS. american journal of acupuncture. 1975;3(4):315-24 (eng). En clinique, la fréquence de stimulation est plus importante que l'aspect de l'onde ou l'intensité. Utilisation d'un appareil avec 12 fréquences présélectionnées en progression harmonique de 1Hz à 2048Hz. Les 6 fréquences basses sont utilisées au niveau somatique et les 6 féquences hautes au niveau auriculaire et du scalp. 18- gera: 18069/di/ra LA CRANIOPUNCTURE DANS LES PARALYSIES PERIPHERIQUES COMPRESSIVES : ANALYSE D'UNE OBSERVATION DE PARALYSIE RADIO-CUBITALE. NGUYEN VAN NGHI ET AL. mensuel du medecin acupuncteur. 1975;25:175-9 (fra). Traitement d'un cas de paralysie radio-cubitale principalement par craniopuncture. Suivi de l'évolution par testing musculaire. A partir de la 4ème séance on observe une amélioration objective constante, précoce et stable aprés chaque séance. Aux séances 5, 6, 7 et 8 l'amélioration est immédiate sous aiguille. Observation de paresthésies au niveau de la main lors de la puncture des zones du crâne. 19- gera: 3080/di/ra [EVALUATION CLINIQUE DE POINTS DE CRANIOSOMATO-RHINOFACIO-PUNCTURE DANS LE TRAITEMENT DE L'ASTHENIE]. CASPANI F. rivista italiana di agopuntura. 1976;25:3-7 (ita). 20- gera: 6015/di/tt SCALP NEEDLING THERAPY. YAU PS. medicine and health publishing co,hong kong. 1976;:65P (eng). Traduction en anglais du traité de base sur la craniopuncture : description et indications des zônes, traitement dans les principales indications, rapport de cas types, analyse des résultats sur 1046 patients traités au Ghishan 21- gera: 6025/di/re L'AGOPUNTURA CRANICA NEL TRATTAMENTO DELLA SPASTICITA. RISULTATI CLINICI. GOMINATO ET AL. minerva medica. 1976;67(29):1899 (ita). [CRANIAL ACUPUNCTURE IN THE TREATMENT OF SPASTICITY. CLINICAL RESULTS]. Hospitals in communist China perfected a new acupuncture technique about 3 yrs ago, whereby needles are placed in the scalp tho stimulate the cortical centres below. This method is particularly indicated in subjects with neurological damage. Results observed in 45 subjects with cerebral vasculopathy at the neurological clinic of Pisa University and the reflexotherapy service of the University of Turin were encouraging and suggests that clinical experimentation should be attempted on a wider scale . Points : zone motrice de la craniopuncture. Séance de 20 minutes. 1 séance par jour sur 15 jours. 45 patients avec hémiplégie. Chez tous les patients, la stimulation de la zone motrice entraîne une sensation de chaleur de l'hémicorps controlatéral, suivie d'une impression de relaxation musculaire

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22- gera: 6026/di/re L'AGOPUNTURA CRANICA NEL TRATTAMENTO DELLA SPASTICITA. CONSIDERAZIONI NEUROFISIOLOGICHE. GOMIRATO ET AL. minerva medica. 1976;67(29):1899-901 (ita*). [CRANIAL ACUPUNCTURE IN THE TREATMENT OF SPASTICITY. NEUROPHYSIOLOGICAL FINDINGS]. On the basis of a study of the innervation of the cutaneous areas stimulated in cranial acupuncture, a neurophysiological classification of the technique is proposed, considering the bulbar level as the first site of integration of the afferent vessels activated by cranial acupuncture. 23- gera: 6027/di/ra [CRANIOPUNCTURE]. LEE MM. american journal of acupuncture. 1976;4(3):239-44 (eng). 24- gera: 6029/di/ra ACUPUNTURA CEREBRAL (CRANEOPUNTURA). ROUSTAN C. revista argentina de acupuntura. 1977;48:414 (esp). 25- gera: 6030/di/re [LA CRANIOPUNCTURE CHEZ LES HEMIPLEGIQUES : CONTROLE SUR 52 CAS SOUMIS AU TRAITEMENT EN MILIEU HOSPITALIER]. DADONE G ET AL. europa medicophysica. 1977;13(3):143-7 (ita). 26- gera: 6032/di/ra [LA CRANIOPUNCTURE DANS LES AFFECTIONS CEREBRALES]. CHIAO SHUNFA. chinese medical journal. 1977;3(5):325-8 (eng). Publication de l'initiateur de la craniopuncture : 1) Sélection et description des zones. 2) Effets thérapeutiques chez 500 cas de thrombose cérébrale, 32 hémorragie cérébrale, 20 chorée, 31 parkinson, 50 hypertension et 60 27- gera: 6035/di/ra [LA CRANIOPUNCTURE EN CHINE]. WEI WEN. american journal of chinese medicine. 1977;5(1):101-4 (eng). Découverte de la craniopuncture par le neurologue Chiao Shunfa du Gishan County Peoples's Hospital en 1970. 28- gera: 6469/di/ra TRAITEMENT PAR ACUPUNCTURE D'UN CAS DE SYNDROME THALAMIQUE. REBOUL JL ET AL. mensuel du medecin acupuncteur. 1977;40:399-401 (fra). Traitement d'un cas de syndrôme thalamique chez un patient de 65 ans. Etude comparée de 5 types de traitement par acupuncture. 1) Technique antalgique simple (60V + 4GI + points douloureux). 2) Craniopuncture. 3) Electroacupuncture sur les points Huatuojiaji. 4) Mise en place de catgut au niveau des points Huatuojiaji. 5) Traitement selon les théories traditionnelles (traitement du shaoyang). La technique des points Huatuojiaji a donné une amélioration immédiate remarquable, mais peu durable. La mise en place de catgut au niveau de ces points a permis une prolongation de l'effet jusqu'à résorption. 29- gera: 17414/di/ra LA CRANIOPUNTURA NELLA RIABILITAZIONE DELL'EMIPLEGICO. FRANGIPANE ET AL. rivista italiana di agopuntura. 1977;30:17-29 (ita). 30- gera: 17418/di/ra LA CRANIOPUNTURA NEGLI EMIPLEGICI CONTROLLO SU 52 CASI SOTTOPOSTI ALLA TERAPIA UN SEDE ASPEDALIERA. DANONE G ET AL. rivista italiana di agopuntura. 1977;29:27-36 (ita). 31- gera: 17510/di/ra CRANIOPUNTURA : SPERIMENTAZIONE ESEGUITA SUR 20 SOGETTI AFFETTI DA SINDROME VERTIGINOSAL. SACCHELLI PL. rivista italiana di agopuntura. 1977;29:2125 (ita). Traitement de 20 cas de syndrôme vertigineux par puncture de la zone vestibulo cochléaire de la craniopuncture. 32- gera: 6486/nd/re ESSAI DE TRAITEMENT PAR ACUPUNCTURE D'UN SYMDROME THALAMIQUE EN MILIEU NEUROLOGIQUE. ARMERO R ET AL. medecine et hygiene. 1978;1284:1545-8 (fra). Etude comparée de plusieurs techniques d'acupuncture sur un cas de syndrome thalamique (algie de l'hémicorps droit) : 1) Une acupuncture simple 4GI + 60V ne donne pas de résultat satisfaisant. 2) La crâniopuncture entraîne une amélioration rapide mais transitoire après chaque séance tant sur le syndrome algique que sur les tremblements. 3) La puncture des points Huatuojiji entraine également une cédation rapide, mais transitoire. 4) Le meilleur résultat est obtenu par la mise en place de catgut au niveau des points Huatuojaji. 33- gera: 12636/di/ra [CRANIOPUNCTURE : THERAPEUTIQUE ET ASPECTS BIOCHIMIQUES]. TENK M ET AL. akupunktur. 1978;1:12 (deu). Puncture de la zone de la motricité et tremblements et action sur les états spastiques et choréoathétosiques. Résultats : baisse de l'hypertonie, amélioration des possibilités de rééducation. 34- gera: 17390/di/ra L'AGOPUNTURA DEL CUOIO CAPELLUTO NELLE MALATTIE DEL CERVELLO. CHIAO SHUN FA. rivista italiana di agopuntura. 1978;31:43-49 (ita). 35- gera: 6041/nd/re CORRELATIONS TOPOGRAPHIQUES ENTRE LES ZONES DE LA CRANIOPUNCTURE CHINOISE ET LES GYRUS CEREBRAUX. PRADAL D ET AL. bulletin de l'association des anatomistes. 1979;183:497 (fra). 36- gera: 17416/di/ra LA SINDROME ALGICA DELLA SPALLA NELL'EMIPLEGICO : TRATTAMENTO MEDIANTE CRANICOPUNTURA. PIER LUIGI S ET AL. rivista italiana di agopuntura. 1979;35:7-13 (ita). 37- gera: 5699/di/cg TECHNIQUE DE LA PUNCTURE MULTIPOINTS ET DE LA PUNCTURE TRANSFIXIANTE. REBOUL JL, ET AL. conferences d'acupuncture,gera,toulon. 1980;:131-143 (fra). La notion de puncture sous-cutanée, la notion de marche de l'énergie, modalités pratiques de la puncture multipoints, règles d'association des points, rapports avec la craniopuncture. Modalités pratiques de la puncture transfixiante et principales applications pratiques. 38- gera: 21163/di/co POINT HORS MERIDIENS. NGUYEN VAN NGHI. cedat,marseille. 1980;:63P (fra). Points auriculaires (auriculopuncture), points de la main (manopuncture), points du pied (manopuncture), points du nez (rhinopuncture), points de la face (faciopuncture), zones du crane (craniopuncture). 39- gera: 55462/di/re THE COMBINATION OF SCALP AND BODY ACUPUNCTURE. ZEITLER J. journal belge de medecine physique et de rehabilitation. 1980;3(3):215-9 (fra). 40- gera: 519/di/ra [EFFETS DE LA CRANIOPUNCTURE SUR L'EPILEPSIE]. CHEN KEYAN ET AL. chinese acupuncture and moxibustion. 1981;1(3):13 (chi*). Etude sur 70 cas d'épilepsie traités par craniopuncture. La plupart d'entre eux avaient été traités par des antiépileptiques sans résultats significatifs. Après craniopuncture principalement, l'analyse de l'EEG montre 46,88 % de résultats excellents, 67,71 % de bons résultats et 55,17 % d'améliorations. Les zones de craniopuncture ont été : zone thoracique (bilatérale), zone motrice (bilatérale), zone des vertiges et auditive (bilatérale), zone de contrôle de l'épilepsie (bilatérale). Les patients ont été traités tous les jours, une série comportant 10 séances.

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41- gera: 6044/di/ra [ETUDE SUR LES EFFETS DE LA CRANIOPUNCTURE]. MITRA G. british journal of acupuncture. 1981;4(1):12 (eng). Résumé de communication. Traitement de 699 patients par craniopuncture (principalement affections neurologiques et rhumatismales). 42- gera: 40/di/ra [CRANIOPUNCTURE : UN "CRANIOMETRE" SIMPLE ET PRATIQUE]. BENECCHI G. rivista italiana di agopuntura (roma). 1982;43:65-8 (ita). Description d'un dispositif permettant la localisation des zones de craniopuncture. 43- gera: 646/di/ra [ANALYSE DE 80 CAS DE SCIATIQUE TRAITES PAR ACUPUNCTURE]. KAO HONGHAO. revue de mtc du yunnan. 1982;3(2):32 (chi). 20VG et 7V. Séance de 30 mn un jour sur deux, 2 séries de 10 séances. 50 cas de guérison (62,5%). Rapport de 2 cas avec induction du PSC : un cas à trajet vessie et un cas à trajet VB. (Traduction Française disponible). 44- gera: 1624/di/ra [EFFETS THERAPEUTIQUES DE L'ACUPUNCTURE DANS 94 CAS DE SEQUELLES D'ACCIDENT VASCULAIRE CEREBRAL]. HUBEI MEDICAL COLLEGE. chinese acupuncture and moxibustion. 1982;2(5):11 (chi*). 80,85 % de résultats positifs. Le traitement doit être entrepris dès la phase aiguë passée. l'amélioration clinique s'observe jusqu'au 3ème mois tant pour l'acupuncture somatique que la craniopuncture. Pour l'acupuncture somatique utiliser les points des 3 Yang de la main et du pied, les points du Yang Ming constituant les points principaux. 12 séances constituent un traitement. 45- gera: 1973/di/ra [L'ACUPUNCTURE, L'AURICULOTHERAPIE ET LA CRANIOPUNCTURE DANS LE TRAITEMENT DE L'AMBLIOPIE FONCTIONNELLE]. ERCOLANI M ET AL. rivista italiana di agopuntura. 1982;45:37 (ita). 46- gera: 6047/di/ra [OBSERVATIONS PRELIMINAIRES SUR L'EFFET CLINIQUE DU TRAITEMENT PAR CRANIOPUNCTURE]. HUANG KUNHOU ET AL. acupuncture research. 1982;7(3):175 (chi*). Traitement de 32 patients porteurs d'affections nerveuses traités par craniopuncture comparés à 7 patients traités par somatopuncture. La craniopuncture a un effet immédiat dans 44 % des cas de vasculopathie cérébrale ou myasthénie, l'effet est meilleur chez les sujets jeunes avec maladie récente, mais ne sont pas supérieurs à la somatopuncture ; l'association craniopuncture-somatopuncture serait susceptible d'une potentialisation. 47- gera: 9147/di/ra [UN CAS D'UTILISATION DE LA CRANIOPUNCTURE]. LENGENHAGER U. auricular-medicine and acupuncture physician. 1982;7:15-6 (eng). Traitement d'un cas de trouble de la mémoire. Détermination d'une zone cranienne à l'aide du rac. 48- gera: 6050/di/ra A PROPOS DE LA CRANIOPUNCTURE. CROENEN F. meridiens. 1983;63-64:137-149 (fra*). L'acupuncture cérébrale cutanée est une technique acupuncturale très récente. Le Docteur Lebarbier a ramené de Chine la technique qui s'appelle là-bas "l'Acupuncture Cérébrale". La technique est résumée dans le schéma de l'article. A partir du point Nao Kong, on obtient la ligne motrice que l'on découpe en cinq parties égales pour être piquées. Les indications sont très intéressantes car elles concernent les hémiplégies, les accidents vasculaires cérébraux, les embolies cérébrales ayant donné des séquelles motrices, les aphasies motrices et également la maladie de Parkinson mais les résultats sont moins intéressants. L'auteur qui a expérimenté cette technique à l'hôpital Gernez-Rieux d'Elfaut (62570 Wizernes - France) montre ici dans le résumé d'un mémoire déposé auprès de la faculté de Médecine de Lille, deux observations concernant deux accidents vasculaires cérébraux. Les contre-indications de cette technique représentent essentiellement la comitialité ancienne. Les bases neurophysiologiques de cette technique selon Bossy sont une action directe à travers la boîte crânienne atteignant le lobule paracentral et la frontale ascendante. Cette action est sous forme d'un courant ionique, alors que les microsystèmes (auriculopuncture, nasopuncture) agissent sur la formation réticulée pour remonter vers le système nerveux central. Sans nul doute interviennent également les neurotransmetteurs qui facilitent le mécanisme intime de la synapse. En conclusion, la craniopuncture doit pouvoir permettre une amélioration de l'hémiplégie dans les suites immédiates d'un accident vasculaire cérébral, dans les lésions anciennes on aura recours à l'électro-acupuncture. 49- gera: 7628/di/ra OBSERVATION OF IMMEDIATE EFFECT OF ACUPUNCTURE ON ELECTROENCEPHALOGRAMS IN EPILEPTIC PATIENTS. CHEN KEYAN ET AL. journal of traditional chinese medicine. 1983;3(2):121-124 (eng). Etude sur 144 patients épileptiques de l'EEG avant et après acupuncture. Les patients avec EEG normal avant l'acupuncture ne montrent pas de modification, les patients avec anomalies EEG montrent dans 60,2 % des modifications (diminution ou disparition des décharges épileptiques). La puncture du 7C, 3F ou de la zone motrice cérébrale entraine l'effet le plus net alors qu'avec le 4GI, le 36E ou la zone thoracique de la craniopuncture l'effet est moins prononcé. L'effet de l'acupuncture montre une différence significative par rapport à la suggestion verbale ou une stimulation verbale ou une stimulation auditive (sonnerie). Par contre, il n'y a pas 50- gera: 19635/nd/re L'AGOPUNTURA, L'AURICOLOTERAPIA E LA CRANIOPUNTURA NEL TRATTAMENTO DELL'AMBLIOPIA FUNZIONALE NELL'ET A EVOLUTIVA. ERCOLANI M ET AL. minerva med. 1983;74(42):2537-40 (ita*). Revue des acquisitions neurophysiologiques les plus récentes dans l'étude de l'amblyopie fonctionnelle. Traitement de 18 sujets par acupuncture, auriculopuncture et craniopuncture. Les résultats sont encourageants. 51- gera: 19812/di/ra [TRAITEMENT DE 40 CAS D'EPILEPSIE PAR ACUPUNCTURE DE LA ZONE CORRESPONDANTE AU FOYER EEG]. REN LIU JIANG ET AL. chinese acupuncture and moxibustion. 1983;3:13 (chi*). Taux d'efficacité de 85 %. La méthode permet de contrôler la crise épileptique et d'améliorer l'EEG. Méthode : rotation de l'aiguille avec grande amplitude ou stimulation électrique, une séance tous les jours, 30 séances 52- gera: 5434/di/ra [ETUDE SUR LE TRAITEMENT PAR ACU-MOXIBUSTION]. JIAO GUORI. journal of traditional chinese medicine. 1984;4(3):169-76 (eng). Revue générale des études portant sur l'utilisation clinique des différentes techniques thérapeutiques. 1) L'aiguille filiforme et action des techniques de tonification et dispersion. 2) Electroacupuncture. 3) Chimiopuncture. Utilisation des médicaments, doses, effets, indications. 4) Auriculopuncture. 5) Craniopuncture. 6) Points des poignets et chevilles. 7) Stimulation électrique ponctuelle. 8) Sono-acupuncture. 9) Laser. 10) Micro-ondes. 12) 53- gera: 8679/di/ra [SECONDE RENCONTRE SUR LA STANDARDISATION DE LA NOMENCLATURE D'ACUPUNCTURE A TOKYO]. X. journal of traditional chinese medicine. 1984;4(3):185-8 (eng). Codification des points hors méridiens et des zones de craniopuncture. 54- gera: 9561/di/cg [UTILISATION DE LA CRANIOPUNCTURE DANS LE TRAITEMENT DE 4O CAS DE MALADIE CORONAIRE].

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FANG YUNPENG ET AL. second national symposium on acupuncture and moxibustion,beijing. 1984;4:6 (eng). Zone Fuzang et Dao Zang, zones complémentaires : Fuxiang et Dao Xiang. Séances de 30 minutes, 1 séance par jour. 10 séances avec une pause de 2 jours aprés la 5ème. 1) Dans 96 % des cas on observe une amélioration ou une disparition des signes cliniques. 2) L'ECG est amélioré chez 87 % des patients. 3) Le taux de cholestérol et de triglycérides est diminué de façon significative après le traitement. 4) Les index cardiaques sont ameliorés 55- gera: 12684/di/ra [TRAITEMENT DE 26 CAS D'HEMIPLEGIE PAR CRANIOPUNCTURE]. SHEN QINHAN ET AL. zhejiang journal of tcm. 1984;19(8):366 (chi). 56- gera: 12685/di/ra [TRAITEMENT DE 500 CAS D'AFFECTION VASCULAIRE CEREBRALE PAR PUNCTURE DU 20VG VERS LE 7VB]. SUN SHENTIAN ET AL. chinese acupuncture and moxibustion. 1984;4(4):5 (chi*). Puncture de 1,5 inches, manipulation pendant 5 minutes (200 fois/mn). 15 séances contituant une série. Le traitement est appliqué à diverses affections vasculaires cérébrales (ischémie, hémorragie hypertensive, hémorragie arachoïdienne, malformation vasculaire). 57- gera: 13565/di/ra [SUR LE TRAITEMENT DU BEGAIEMENT]. BAHR FR. der akupunkturarzt aurikulotherapeut. 1984;4:91-2 (deu). Le bégaiement est autant un trouble de la latéralité que de la coordination de la parole. Traitement par craniopuncture et auriculopuncture. 58- gera: 14934/di/ra [TRAITEMENT PAR CRANIOPUNCTURE DE 20 CAS DE DYSURIES D'ORIGINE MEDICAMENTEUSE]. QIAN JIFENG. shanghai journal of acupuncture and moxibustion. 1984;3:44 (chi). 59- gera: 19814/di/el ACUPUNCTURE CEREBRALE OU CRANIOPUNCTURE. X. in roustan,traite d'acupuncture,masson,paris. 1984;:154160 (fra). 60- gera: 19816/di/ra [DETERMINATION DES ZONES DE PUNCTURE CEREBRALE SUR LA BASE DES FONCTIONS CEREBRALES ET EFFETS RHEOLOGIQUES SUR LES SEQUELLES *]. LIU XIUJIAN ET AL. shanghai journal of acupuncture and moxibustion. 1984;1:13 (chi). 61- gera: 19817/di/tt LES MICRO-SYSTEMES DE L'ACUPUNCTURE. BOSSY J, PRAT-PRADAL D ET TALLANDIER J. masson,paris. 1984;:122P (fra). 62- gera: 19820/di/ra [CRANIOPUNCTURE (2)]. WRIGHT W. british journal of acupuncture. 1984;7(1):38 (eng). 63- gera: 19821/di/ra [CRANIOPUNCTURE (3)]. WRIGHT W. british journal of acupuncture. 1984;7(2):23 (eng). 64- gera: 19822/di/ra [ETUDE SUR LA PUNCTURE DE LA ZONE MOTRICE]. BAO XIANGYANG. shanghai journal of acupuncture and moxibustion. 1984;4:24 (chi). 65- gera: 20470/di/cg A CLINICAL STUDY IN THE TREATMENT OF 500 CASES OF CEREBROVASCULAR HEMIPLEGIA BY NEEDLING BAIHUI THROUGH QUBIN. SUN SHENTIAN ET AL. second national symposium on acupuncture and moxibustion,beijing. 1984;:20 (eng). 66- gera: 12701/di/ra [RECHERCHE SUR LES FONCTIONS SPECIALES DES POINTS CEPHALIQUES DANS LE TRAITEMENT DE L'HEMIPLEGIE]. YU ZHISHUN ET AL. chinese acupuncture and moxibustion. 1985;5(4):21 (chi*). Etude de points céphaliques dans 20 cas de thrombose cérébrale évalués à court terme et 60 cas à long terme. L'acupuncture à une action favorable sur la fonction musculaire, sur le seuil de la douleur, la tension artérielle et l'EEG. Il n'y a pas de différence entre la puncture du 7VB du côté sain ou du 7VB du côté malade. 67- gera: 12802/di/ra [LA PARALYSIE EN MEDECINE EXTREME-ORIENTALE, LA PARALYSIE SPASTIQUE (1)]. DE LORENZI O. rivista italiana di medicina orientale. 1985;6(2):37-50 (ita). Analyse occidentale et orientale de la notion de paralysie spastique. Le traitement comporte acupuncture et 68- gera: 13050/di/ra [L'ACUPUNCTURE DANS LES MALADIES PSYCHIATRIQUES. PASSE ET PRESENT, REVUE GENERALE]. LI XUERONG. international journal of chinese medicine. 1985;2(2):17-20 (eng). Revue réalisée par le service psychiatrie du Hunan Medical College. 1) Histoire, la psychiatrie dans quelques classiques médicaux. 2) Progrés récents : acupuncture sur le VG (puncture immédiate du 14VG ou 13VG) associée à 7C + 6Rte + 36E. Electroacupuncture, électrothérapie convulsive, chimiopuncture, catgut, 69- gera: 16636/di/ra [NOUVELLE CRANIOPUNCTURE]. YAMAMOTO T. der akupunkturarzt-aurikulotherapeut. 1985;5:131-8 (deu). Descriptions d'une nouvelle craniopuncture où les zones ne sont pas superposée aux aires corticales correspondantes. Les résultats sont meilleurs que ceux de la craniopuncture décrite initialement par les chinois. 70- gera: 19825/di/ra [INTERVENTION SUR LA MARGE FRONTALE ET CRANIOPUNCTURE]. LANZA U. rivista italiana di medicina orientale. 1985;6(1):25-34 (ita). Description d'un ensemble de zone au niveau de l'extrémité supérieure du front, certaines de ces zones étant incluses dans la craniopuncture. On distingue des zones à action interne (triple réchauffeur) et des zones à action 71- gera: 27678/di/ra CLINICAL STUDY ON 500 CASES OF CEREBROVASCULAR HEMIPLEGIA TREATED BY ACUPUNCTURE THROUGH BAIHUI TO QUBIN. SUN SHENTIAN ET AL. journal of traditional chinese medicine. 1985;5(3):167-0 (eng). 72- gera: 10077/di/tt HEAD ACUPUNCTURE. JIAO SHUN-FA. shanxi publishing house,taiyuan. 1986;:267P (eng). 73- gera: 12631/di/ra [TRAITEMENT PAR CRANIO-PUNCTURE DE 98 CAS D'EPILEPSIE]. SI ZIYU ET AL. chinese acupuncture and moxibustion. 1986;6(1):17 (chi*). Aire motrice dans les cas d'épilepsie majeure, aire psychique en cas d'association à des signes psychiques, aires sensitive en cas de paresthésies, douleur ou engourdissement. Stimulation électrique (3Hz) pendant 30 minutes. 15 séances constituent un traitement. 66,3 % d'amélioration nette et 23,5 % d'amélioration. 74- gera: 12705/di/ra [INTRODUCTION ELEMENTAIRE DU TRAITEMENT DE L'APOPLEXIE CEREBRALE PAR ACUPUNCTURE DE LA TETE]. BAO XAN YANG ET AL. chinese acupuncture and moxibustion. 1986;6(2):47 (chi*). La mention de traitement de l'apoplexie par points de la tête remonte remonte au neijing. Dans les anciens livres de médecine chinoise, près de 20 points sont utilisés pour le traitement de cette affection. Revue sur le mécanisme d'action (vasodilatation cérébrale, diminution des résistances périphériques, augmentation du débit

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75- gera: 20542/di/ra [TREATMENT OF 63 CASES OF NERVOUS DEAFNESS BY SCALP ACUPUNCTURE]. LIN XUEJIAN ET AL. chinese acupuncture and moxibustion. 1986;6(5):8 (chi*). Traitement de 63 cas de surdité d'origine neurologique par craniopuncture. Puncture en regard de la zone corticale. 20 cas avec tests électriques avant et après ont montré une amélioration de 25 à 65%. 74% de bons résultats. Voir traduction anglaise réf GERA (80517). 76- gera: 22787/di/ra [PRELIMINARY OBSERVATION ON FOUR EXTREMITIES EMG OF PATIENTS WITH PARALYSIS IN SCALPACUPUNCTURE]. CHENG KEYAN ET AL. chinese acupuncture and moxibustion. 1986;6(3):39-41 (chi*). This article reported influence of four extremities of patients with paralysis treated by scalp-acupuncture. Through observation on 27 cases, it was shown that the degree of EMG on affected side is lower than right side before treatment. After treatment, the degree of four extremities EMG are improved obviously (p<0.001). It is clearly that EMG of right side is higher than EMG of left side. Differentiation among different parts were observed obviously. 77- gera: 30301/di/ra [THE OBSERVATION ON THERAPEUTIC EFFECT AND VARIATION OF RHEOENCEPHALOGRAM IN CEREBRAL VASCULAR ACCIDENT TREATED WITH HEAD *]. JIN ZIPING. fujian journal of traditional chinese medicine. 1986;17(5):37-49 (chi). 78- gera: 31894/di/ra [TREATMENT OF PARAPLEGIA CAUSED BY SPINAL CORD DISEASES WITH SCALP NEEDLING]. RAN CHUNFENG. liaoning journal of tcm. 1986;10(11):15 (chi). 79- gera: 19986/di/el TRAITEMENT DES 20 CAS DE DYSURIE MEDICAMENTEUSE PAR CRANIOPUNCTURE. JIFENG Q. in selection des theses de la revue d'acupuncture de shanghai,shanghai. 1987;:55-6 (fra). 80- gera: 19991/di/el OBSERVATION DE L'EFFET THERAPEUTIQUE SUR 20 CAS DE MIGRAINE VASCULAIRE REBELLE TRAITES PAR L'ACUPUNCTURE. JIANGUO F ET AL. in selection des theses de la revue d'acupuncture de shanghai, shanghai. 1987;:75-8 (fra). 20 cas traités par points principaux : 20VB, 4GI, zone craniopuncture vertiges et audition, et points associés : 3IG, 3PC (Yintang), 36E. Résultats : 80 % de bons résultats, 20% d'échecs. 20 à 30 séances, 2 fois par semaine. Pathogénie : feu + vent remontant le Yang à la tête. Principes thérapeutiques : "chasser le vent, expulser le feu, désobstruer les vaisseaux Luo et calmer la douleur". 81- gera: 20264/di/ra [REPORT ON TREATMENT OF CEREBRAL PARASIS AND APHASIA BY SCALP ACUPUNCTURE ON 440 CASES]. CHEN DAOYI. chinese acupuncture and moxibustion. 1987;7(2):9-11 (chi*). Traitement de 335 cas de "paralysie cérébrale" avec 94 % d'amélioration et de 109 cas d'aphasie avec 92,7 % d'amélioration. Utilisation de la craniopuncture avec stimulation électrique. L'auteur décrit deux nouvelles zone de stimulation (atteinte de la main et atteinte du langage). La craniopuncture améliore la circulation au niveau de la zone corticale atteinte et stimule les phénomènes de compensation par les zones corticales saines. 82- gera: 20958/di/cg ON THE TREATMENT OF HEMIPLEGIA CAUSED BY APOPLEXY WITH PUNCTURING TONGTIAN ACUPOINT AND MOTOR AREA. SUN YUANZHENG ET AL. in compilation of the abstracts of acupuncture and moxibustion papers, beijing. 1987;:42 (eng). Puncture du 7V sur 1,5 cun dans la direction opposée au méridien et de la zone motrice de la craniopuncture. Stimulation faite par rotation durant 3 minutes, repos de 10 minutes, puis nouvelle manipulation. 4 groupes : (A) contrôle, (B) 7V du côté sain, (C) 7V du côté malade (D) zone motrice du côté sain. On observe une amélioration de la microcirculation unguéale, mais aussi du seuil de la douleur. L'effet est meilleur en cas de puncture du côté malade qu'en cas de puncture du côté sain, mais il n'y a pas de différence remarquable entre les groupes 83- gera: 21057/di/cg EXPERIENCE OF CLINICAL PRACTICE OF "PROGRAM OF STANDART CHINESE SCALP ACUPUNCTURE". ZHANG MINGJIU. in compilation of the abstracts of acupuncture and moxibustion papers, beijing. 1987;:90 (eng). 84- gera: 21058/di/cg MODERN SCALP NEEDLING THERAPY FOR THE TREATMENT OF MYIOPA, BI SYNDROME, MIGRAINE, HEADACHE, STOMACH PAIN AND SHOULDER PAIN. FRANCIS C YU. in compilation of the abstracts of acupuncture and moxibustion papers, beijing. 1987;:92 (eng). 85- gera: 21276/di/cg MAIN ACU-POINT LOCALIZER OF HEAD ACUPUNCTURE. WANG YU. in compilation of the abstracts of acupuncture and moxibustion papers, beijing. 1987;:233 (eng). 86- gera: 22028/di/cg OBSERVATION ON INFANT DIARRHEA TREATED BY SHALLOW SCALP ACUPUNCTURE (A REPORT OF 140 CASES). LIN YINGCHUN ET AL. in selections from article abstracts on acupuncture and moxibustion, beijing. 1987;:167. (eng). 87- gera: 22117/di/cg THE PROGRAM OF SCALP-ACUPUNCTURE NOMENCLATURE STANDARDIZATION ON BASIS OF MERIDIAN THEORY. ZHANG SHIXIONG. in selections from article abstracts on acupuncture and moxibustion; beijing. 1987;:266 (eng). 88- gera: 22118/di/cg EXPERIENCE OF CLINICAL PRACTICE OF "PROGRAM OF STANDARD CHINESE SCALP ACUPUNCTURE". ZHANG MINGJIU. in selections from article abstracts on acupuncture and moxibustion, beijing. 1987;:267 (eng). 89- gera: 22285/nd/re [USE OF CRANIOPUNCTURE IN THE TREATMENT OF PATIENTS WITH THE SEQUELAE OF STROKE]. SHEVTSOVA NP ET AL. voenno meditsinsinkii zhurnal. 1987;5:68-9 (rus). 90- gera: 22818/di/ra [CLINICAL EFFICIENCY AND EXPERIMENTAL OBSERVATION OF SCALP NEEDLE PENETRATION ON 432 CASES OF HEMIPLEGIA]. HO KOYO ET AL. journal of the japan society of acupuncture. 1987;37(2):124-31 (jap*). In china, cerebro-vascular disorders attract peoples' attention together with cancer and cardiovascular diseases. Two third of the disorders are cerebral thrombosis. The prevention and treatment of hemiplegia become now very important problems. In Japan, although theoretical studies are conducted, they mainly use pharmaco-therapy and rehabilitation in clinical places. Since needling is not often used there, the efficacy and the mechanisms of acupuncture for hemiplegia are not often reported. I came from The Acupuncture Department of Heilungchian Chinese Medical School in China last April, and have been trained in the Neuro-Internal Department of Niigata University Brain Research Laboratory for nearly one year. In this period of time, I sometimes visited the doctors who could use Chinese medicine, and sometimes discussed with acupuncturists. Many of them were interested in our scalp penetrating acupuncture treatment of hemiplegia caused by cerebral thrombosis using needling. We introduce here our acupuncture treatment undertaken for 432 cases of hemiplegia after cerebral thrombosis during

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91- gera: 24408/di/ra OBSERVATION ON VARIATIONS OF RHEOENCEPHALOGRAM IN CEREBRAL THROMBOSIS TREATED BY HEAD ACUPUNCTURE. JIN ZIPING. international conference on tcm and pharmacology,shanghai. 1987;:818-20 (eng). 92- gera: 24834/di/cg ON THE TREATMENT OF HEMIPLEGIA CAUSED BY APOPLEXY WITH PUNCTURING TONGTIAN ACUPOINT AND MOTOR AREA. SUN YUANZHENG ET AL. selections from article abstracts on acupuncture and moxibustion, beijing. 1987;:38 (eng). 93- gera: 24984/di/cg THE PROGRAM OF SCALP-ACUPUNCTURE NOMENCLATURE STANDARDIZATION ON BASIS OF MERIDIAN THEORY. ZHANG SHIXIONG. selections from article abstracts on acupuncture and moxibustion, beijing. 1987;:266 (eng). 94- gera: 24985/di/cg EXPERIENCE OF CLINICAL PRACTICE OF "PROGRAM OF STANDARD CHINESE SCALP ACUPUNCTURE". ZHANG MINGJIU. selections from article abstracts on acupuncture and moxibustion, beijing. 1987;:267 (eng). 95- gera: 25133/di/cg AN OBJECTIVE STUDY ON THE CORRELATION BETWEEN EAR ACUPOINT, STIMULATION AREA OF HEAD ACUPUNCTURE, BODY ACUPOINT AND VISCSERA. WANG YIZHONG ET AL. selections from article abstracts on acupuncture and moxibustion, beijing. 1987;:444 (eng). 96- gera: 25194/di/cg INFLUENCE OF ACUPUNCTURE AT SCALP ACUPOINT AREA ON L-ENK IN THE HEAD OF CAUDATE NUCLEUS AND STUDY ON ACUPUNCTURE ANALGESIA IN THE RAT26991. WANG ZHAOPEI ET AL. selections from article abstracts on acupuncture and moxibustion, beijing. 1987;:510 (eng). L'électroacupuncture au 20VG ou 36E élève chez 44 rats le seuil de la douleur et le taux de L.Enk au niveau du noyau caudé. 97- gera: 25228/di/cg EFFECTS OF SCALP ACUPUNCTURE UPON ULTRASTRUCTURE OF SYNAPSE OF VENTRICORNAL ALPHA MOTORNEURON. CHE YI. selections from article abstracts on acupuncture and moxibustion, beijing. 1987;:544 (eng). Etude de l'ultrastructure synaptique du motoneurone chez le rat après acupuncture somatique ou craniopuncture. La craniopuncture favorise la libération d'acétylcholine et donc l'excitabilité du motoneurone. 98- gera: 30726/di/ra [296 CASES OF HALLUCINATION TREATED BY SCALPACUPUNCTURE]. ZHANG MINGJIU. journal of traditional chinese medicine. 1987;28(6):52-4 (eng). 99- gera: 30959/di/ra [HEAD NEEDLING AS MAIN THERAPY FOR TREATMENT OF PARALYSIS CAUSED BY BRAIN... 70 CASES]. SHEN XIULAN. shanghai journal of acupuncture and moxibustion. 1987;2:18 (chi). 100- gera: 31004/di/ra [INFLUENCE ON HUMAN BODY WHILE ONE'S MOTOR REGION OF SCALP IS STIMULATED]. ZHAO ZENGWU. shanghai journal of acupuncture and moxibustion. 1987;1:39 (chi). 101- gera: 31092/di/ra [ANALYSIS OF EFFECT ON 75 CASES OF ACUTE LUMBAGO TREATED WITH SCALP ACUPUNCTURE]. ZHU MINGQING ET AL. journal of zhejiang tcm college. 1987;2(11):46 (chi). 102- gera: 31125/di/ra [TREATMENT OF HUMERUS TAILORS' ANKLE WITH SCALP ACUPUNCTURE];. KONG YAOQI. journal of zhejiang tcm college. 1987;5(11):54 (chi). 103- gera: 31329/di/ra [INFLUENCE OF NEEDLING TONGTIAN (B7)) AND QIANSHENCONG (EX-HN) UPON NAIL MICROCIRCULATION OF HEMIPLEGIA PATIENT]. SUN YUANZHENG ET AL. shanghai journal of tcm. 1987;9:24 (chi). 104- gera: 32540/di/ra [THE TREATMENT OF LATERAL EPICONDYLE INFLAMMATION BY SCALP ACUPUNCTURE]. KONG YAOQI. journal of new chinese medicine. 1987;19(9):34 (chi). 105- gera: 23074/di/ra [TREATMENT OF ACUPUNCTURE FOR 330 CASES OF CEREBRAL HEMIPLEGIA]. SHANG SHANJUN. chinese acupuncture and moxibustion. 1988;8(1):8 (chi*). [Traitement par acupuncture de 330 cas d'hémiplégie cérébrale]. 1) 330 cas traités par acupuncture, cranio et auriculopuncture. En craniopuncture : points motricité du membre inférieur, zone sensorielle ; en auriculopuncture : zones coeur, foie, épaule, coude, hanche, cheville ; en acupuncture : Yingshang, Zagi. 2) Comme groupe témoin : 50 patients avec traitement neurologique interne. Dans le groupe 1) : 105 guérisons, 136 nettement soulagés, 76 améliorés ; ces résultats sont nettement meilleurs que dans le groupe 2) servant de témoin. 106- gera: 23336/di/ra [OBSERVING THE EFFECT ON THE NAIL MICROCIRCULATION OF THE HEMIPLEGIA PATIENTS BY NEEDLING TONGTIAN AND ANTERIOR SHENCONG TO XUANLI]. SHUN YUANZHENG. acupunture research. 1988;13(2):90-3 (chi*). La puncture du 7V et du Shencong antérieur en direction du 6VB n'entraine pas de modification notable sur la microcirculation unguéale de patients hémiplégiques. 107- gera: 23588/di/ra [OBSERVATION ON THERAPEUTIC EFFECT OF 1292 CASES OF HYPERTENSION WITH TREATMENT OF SCALP ACUPUNCTURE]. FAN YUNPENG ET AL. chinese acupuncture and moxibustion. 1988;8(4):2-5 (chi*). The authors have treated 1292 cases with scalp acupuncture. The primary prescription included zones of writing, respiration, and circulation, thinking, and hearing. The needles were inserted deep to the periosteum according to the rule, and retained for 30 minutes. Once of manipulation of needles was offered during the retention. After 1 course to 3 courses of treatment, 999 cases have got marked effect and 266 cases were effective. Clinical experiences found that acupuncture possesses fairly good regulating action on the change of blood-lipid, ECG and 108- gera: 23840/di/ra TREATMENT OF 296 CASES OF HALLUCINATION WITH SCALP-ACUPUNCTURE. ZHANG MINGJIU. journal of traditional chinese medicine. 1988;8(3):193-4 (eng). Traitement de 296 cas d'hallucinations diverses chez des patients atteints de schizophrénie, psychose périodique, troubles mentaux involutifs, mélancolie. 1) Points Principaux : 19VG, 20VG. 2) Points accessoires : 17VB, 16VB, 19TR, 17TR, 11VB, 10V, 6V, 5V, 16VG, 20VB. Puncture transfixiante d'un point à un autre. L'efficacité apparait dés la 1ère série de 10 séances, elle est globalement de 95,6% . Cette technique est sure, sans effet secondaire, rapide avec des résultats à long terme, méritant des études complémentaires. 109- gera: 24513/di/ra [RESEARCH PROGRESS OF SCALP ACUPUNCTURE]. YU ZHISHUEN ET AL. journal of beijing college of traditional chinese medicine. 1988;4:18 (chi). 110- gera: 24514/di/ra

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[OBSERVATION OF CURATIVE EFFECT ON 1292 CASES OF HYPERTENSION TREATED BY SCALP ACUPUNCTURE]. FANG YUNPENG ET AL. journal of beijing college of traditional chinese medicine. 1988;4:21 (chi). 111- gera: 25563/di/tt STANDARD ACUPUNCTURE NOMENCLATURE (PART 2). X. world health organisation,manila. 1988;:17P (eng). Nomenclature générale en acupuncture ; les méridiens curieux ; les points hors méridiens ; la craniopuncture ; les unités de distance. 112- gera: 33514/di/ra [TREATMENT OF HEMIPLEGIA AFTER APOPLEXY BY SCALP ACUPUNCTURE : A STUDY OF 106 CASES]. LIU FANGTU. journal of new chinese medicine. 1988;20(9):28 (chi). 113- gera: 33682/di/ra [CLINICAL OBSERVATION ON 40 CASES OF SEQUELAE OF APROPLEXY TREATED WITH SCALP ACUPUNCTURE]. XU LIUYING ET AL. hubei journal of traditional chinese medicine. 1988;4:44 (chi). 114- gera: 33731/di/ra [THROUGH-NEEDLE THERAPY USED ON SCALP ACUPOINTS]. ZHU MINGQING ET AL. jiangsu journal of tcm. 1988;9(3):20 (chi). 115- gera: 33770/di/ra [THE CLINICAL SUMMATION OF 126 CASES OF ARTHRALGIA TREATED BY JOINED PUNCTURE AT POINTS ON THE SCALP]. ZHANG MINGJIU. jiangsu journal of tcm. 1988;9(6):20 (chi). 116- gera: 34527/di/ra [SCALP ACUPUNCTURE FOR HEADACHE]. LANFANG M. shaanxi traditional chinese medicine. 1988;9(12):563. (chi). 117- gera: 34889/nd/re [RESEARCH PROGRESS OF SCALP ACUPUNCTURE]. ZHISHUEN Y ET AL. journal of beijing college of tcm. 1988;11(4):18-20 (chi*). 118- gera: 34890/nd/re [OBSERVATION OF CURATIVE EFFECT ON 1292 CASES OF HYPERTENSION TREATED BY SCALP ACUPUNCTURE]. YUNPENG F ET AL. journal of beijing college of tcm. 1988;11(4):21-4 (chi*). The curative effect of 1292 cases illed with hypertension by using scalp acupuncture was satisfactory. The average blood pressure dropped to 140.66 / 83.46 mmHg. The short-term effect of lowering blood pressure was very obvious. Among them, remarkable effect was gotten in 999 cases, occupied 77. 32%, effect in 266 cases, occupied 20. 59% and total effective rate was 97. 91%, only 2. 09% was not effective. This article discussed the relationship among curative effect, course of treatment, age of patients, syndrome and period of hypertension and also tested the effect to heart, blood lipid, and the changes of fundus by using scalp acupuncture. 119- gera: 43735/di/ra [OBSERVATION ON THE EFFECT OF 106 CASES OF APOPLEXY HEMIPLEGIA TREATED BY SCALP ACUPUNCTURE]. LIU FANGTU. journal of zhejiang traditional chinese medical college. 1988;12(2):53 (chi). 120- gera: 50222/di/ra [SCALP ACUPUNCTURE FOR HEADACHE]. MU LANFANG. shaanxi traditional chinese medicine. 1988;9(12):563. (chi). 121- gera: 53541/di/ra [CLINICAL OBSERVATION ON 44 CASES OF CEREBRAL THROMBOSIS (ACUTE) TREATED BY HEAD ACUPUNCTURE]. JIAO SHUN FA. shanxi journal of traditional chinese medicine. 1988;4(4):37. (chi). 122- gera: 53591/di/ra [THE CLINICAL OBSERVATION ON EPILEPSY TREATED BY SCALP ACUPUNCTURE]. HENG JIAN SHENG. shanghai journal of acupuncture and moxibustion. 1988;4:5-6 (chi). 123- gera: 53592/di/ra [CLINICAL ANALYSIS OF 24 CASES OF HEMORRHAGIC HEMIPLEGIA TREATED BY SCALP-ACUPUNCTURE]. DONG GUIRONG ET AL. shanghai journal of acupuncture and moxibustion. 1988;4:7-8 (chi). 124- gera: 80517/di/ra OBSERVATION OF 63 CASES WITH NERVOUS DEAFNESS TREATED BY SCALP NEEDLE METHOD. LIN XUEJIAN ET AL. chinese journal of acupuncture and moxibustion. 1988;1(1-2):23-5 (eng). Traduction anglaise de la référence 20542. 125- gera: 80605/di/ra THERAPEUTIC EFFECT OF 98 EPILEPSY TREATED BY SCALP ACUPUNCTURE. SHI ZIYU ET AL. chinese journal of acupuncture and moxibustion. 1988;1(3-4):80-1 (eng). Traduction anglaise de la référence (12631). Traitement de 98 cas résistants au traitement médicamenteux. Aire motrice en cas de grand ou petit mal, aire psychoaffective en cas de troubles psychiques, aire sensitive en cas de douleurs, céphalées ou paresthésie. Electro-acupuncture 30 minutes. Une séance quotidienne, 2 à 3 séries de 15 séances. Les échecs sont dus à un abandon de la thérapeutique, des résultats satisfaisants sont obtenus avec un 126- gera: 25768/di/ra [OBSERVATION ON EFFECT OF 169 CASES OF SEQUELA OF CEREBROVASCULAR DISEASE TREATED BY HEAD ACUPUNCTURE IN COMBINATION OF NORMAL AC*]. JIANG DINGQI ET AL. chinese acupuncture and moxibustion. 1989;9(1):12-14 (chi*). 127- gera: 26530/di/ra [56 CASES WITH DEAF-MUTISM TREATED BY EARPOINT, HEAD-POINT AND BODY-POINT]. ZHANG FENGLING. chinese acupuncture and moxibustion. 1989;9(2):21-22 (chi*). Traitement de 56 cas avec le point Rein de l'oreille, 19IG et 17TR et zone de l'équilibre et vestibulo-cochléaire de la craniopuncture. 128- gera: 26661/di/ra [SCALP ACUPUNCTURE FOR PAIN RELIEVING]. SHI YANHUA ET AL. shanghai journal of acupuncture and moxibustion. 1989;8(2):17-20 (chi). 129- gera: 27332/di/ra [CLINICAL OBSERVATION ON 1228 CASES WITH HEMIPLEGIA TREATED BY HEAD-NEEDLING]. WU CHENXIN ET AL. chinese acupuncture and moxibustion. 1989;9(4):3-4 (chi*). Puncture de la zone motrice, sensitive, language ou des zones frontales. 130- gera: 27349/di/ra [DEVELOPMENT OF APOPLEXY TREATED BY ACUPUNCTURE]. SONG JUN. chinese acupuncture and moxibustion. 1989;9(4):42-50 (chi*). This article introduced acupuncture development including head-needle, eye-needle, tongue-needle, fixed- needle to treat apoplexy. The author summarized about effects of blood circulation, E.E.G. nail crease microphonograph. E.M.G, catechol, blood-fat, summarized about the function development of apoplexy treated by 131- gera: 27872/di/el THE THEORICAL RESEARCH AND APPLICATION OF SCALP ACUPUNCTURE. FANG YUNPENG. essentials of contemporary chinese acupuncturists' clinical experiences, foreign lang. 1989;:55-61 (eng). 132- gera: 27899/di/el REINFORCING AND REDUCING BY SLOW AND QUICK

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INSERTION OF THE NEEDLE AND SCALP ACUPUNCTURE. CHEN KEYAN. essentials of contemporary chinese acupuncturists' clinical experiences, foreign lang. 1989;:329-36 (eng). 133- gera: 27929/di/el RESEARCH ON SCALP ACUPUNCTURE. JIAO SHUNFA. essentials of contemporary chinese acupuncturists' clinical experiences, foreign lang. 1989;:582-89 (eng). 134- gera: 33948/di/ra [EXAMPLES OF TREATMENT EXPERIENCE OF HEAD ACUPUNCTURE]. WU CHENG XUN. shanxi journal of tcm. 1989;5(3):34 (chi). 135- gera: 34398/nd/re [CLINICAL OBSERVATIONS OF 192 CASES OF HEMIPLEGIA DUE TO APOPLEXY TREATED BY SCALP ACUPUNCTURE AND THERAPEUTIC EXERCISES]. YAOQI K. jiangsu journal of tcm. 1989;10(7):23-8 (chi). 136- gera: 34646/nd/re [45 CASES OF RETROBULBAR NEURITIS TREATED BY SCALP-ACUPUNCTURE]. YUEPING Z. shandong journal of tcm. 1989;5:19-23 (chi). 137- gera: 50642/di/ra [INFLUENCE OF SCALP ACUPUNCTURE ON ARTICULAR FUNCTION OF HEMIPLEGIC PATIENT]. BAO XIANGYANG ET AL. shanghai journal of acupuncture and moxibustion. 1989;8(2):1-4 (chi*). This article is about the treatment of hemiplegia with acupuncture. 20 cases of cerebral thrombus were treated by needling three sets of acupoints : Bai Hui through to Qu Bin of both sides, and Qian Ding through to Xuan Lu of healthy side. The functional change of the joint, was separately observed for thirty five minutes before and after acupuncture treatment. The observation showed that the motor function of the joints of the shoulder and elbow, and the joints of the hip, knee and ankle was all improved after acupuncture. The statistical figures confirmed the remarkable functional difference (P <0. 05). But there was no plain difference between the three groups. (P>0.05). It is believed by the author that head-acupoints which were used to treat apoplexy and hemiplegia by ancient Chinese doctors are of clinical value. In determining the curative effect on apoplexy and hemiplegia, muscular standard is usually used; but the observation of functional change of the joints is neglected. It is suggested by the author that the functional change of joints, in most cases, can more accurately.show the improvement of motor function than that of muscle, and that. the functional change of joints can serve as one of the useful standards, in 138- gera: 80034/di/ra [THE INFLUENCE OF PAIN THRESHOLD AND NAIL FOLD MICROCIRCULATION OF PATIENTS WITH PARALYSIS DUE TO WIND STROKE DONE BY HEAD AND BODY ACUPUNCTURE]. SHI XIAN ET AL. chinese acupuncture and moxibustion. 1989;9(5):21-3 (chi*). Etude de la microcirculation unguéale chez 44 patients. L'acupuncture améliore la microcirculation et la douleur. Il n'y a pas de différence entre craniopuncture, somatopuncture et somatopuncture avec aiguille chaude. 139- gera: 80036/di/ra [NEW SCALP ACUPUNCTURE TREATMENT OF YAMAMOTO MODE]. WANG BENXIAN. chinese acupuncture and moxibustion. 1989;9(5):34-6 (chi*). Présentation des recherches du Yamamoto (Japon) sur une nouvelle topographie de craniopuncture dont les localisations principales sont frontales. 140- gera: 80633/di/ra THERAPEUTIC EFFECT OF POINT-THROUGH-POINT ACUPUNCTURE IN 70 CASES OF APOPLECTIC HEMIPLEGIA. ZHANG BINNONG. journal of traditional chinese medicine. 1989;9(3):167-68 (eng). Traitement de l'Hémiplégie par puncture bipoint avec des aiguilles de 25 à 50 mm de long. Stimulation continue en rotation et léger enfoncement retrait pendant 1 à 3 minutes 4 à 5 fois par séance. La puncture profonde permet une stimulation plus importante. 141- gera: 80704/di/ra AN OBSERVATION ON THE TREATMENT OF 34 CASES OF VASCULAR HEADACHE WITH HEAD-ACUPUNCTURE THERAPY. SHENG LINGLING ET AL. journal of traditional chinese medicine. 1989;9(1):25-7 (eng). Traitement de 39 cas de céphalées vasculaires par craniopuncture (2/3 inférieur de la zone sensitive et Anshen bilatéralement). Séance de 15 minutes avec manipulation toutes les 5 minutes. Efficacité clinique dans 85,3 %. Il y a une corrélation entre l'importance de la sensation propagée et l'effet clinique. Modification des index du 142- gera: 80835/di/el CRANIOPUNCTURE. ROUSTAN C. encyclopedie des medecines naturelles, paris. 1989;II-4:8P (fra). 143- gera: 83058/di/ra [CLINICAL COMPARISON OF ACUPUNCTURE TREATMENT FOR HEMIPLEGIA]. KANAI SHINOHARA ET AL. journal of the japan society of acupuncture. 1989;39(4):413-25 (jap*). All three acupuncture treatment methods studied (scalp acupuncture method, orbit acupuncture method, and acupuncture method of activating brain and regaining consciousness) had the high rate of overall effectiveness of approximately 90%. However, a gap is seen among these complete cure rates from the acute stage to the after- effect stage, which is 5%/-58%. It has been almost conclusively verified that recent acupuncture method of activating brain and regaining consciousness has a 65% rate of complete cure in cases of acute cerebral infarction and a 55% rate of complete cure in cases of acute cerebral hemorrhage. Moreover, the number of data is one figure higher, and thus considered to be reliable. Conditions affecting clinical effectiveness include the length of affliction, hemorrhage site, and the area affected. The disease stages are the acute phase, stable phase, recovery phase and after-effect phase. Since the effectiveness of treatment decreases with each phase, early treatment is imperative. In the early stage, i. e. , within the first twenty days, symptoms such as hemiplegia, difficulty swallowing and speech impediment show remarkable improvement. However, when the condition progresses into the later phases and these symptoms have become fixed or worsened, the potential for effective treatment decreases. Nonetheless the rate or complete cure using the acupuncture method of activating brain and regaining consciousness is 46% for cerebral infarction and 27% for cerebral hemorrhage in the after-effect stage. As for differences according to the site affected, clinical effectiveness is high in cases where hemorrhage occurs in a branch of the cerebral cortex, with some patients being able to stand up and walk unassisted after a single or several treatments ; the complete cure rate in the acute phase is high. The clinical effectiveness in cases of hemorrhage in the internal capsule is not as high. In a fairly high proportion of the patients no clinical effects are observed for a short period. Although remarkable improvement is noticed in a few patients, in generaI, the 144- gera: 108607/di/ra [INFLUENCE OF SCALP ACUPUNCTURE ON ARTICULAR FUNCTION OF HEMIPLEGIC PATIENT]. BAO XIANGYANG, AL AL. shanghai journal of acupuncture and moxibustion. 1989;8(2):1 (chi). 145- gera: 108613/di/ra [SCALP ACUPUNCTURE FOR PAIN RELIEVING]. SHI YANHUA. shanghai journal of acupuncture and moxibustion. 1989;8(2):17 (chi). 146- gera: 29068/di/cg OBSERVATION OF THERAPY EFFECT ON 20 CASES WITH THE SEQUELAE OF ENCEPHALITIS TREATED MAINLY WITH HEAD ACUPUNCTURE. RONG YANG. proceedings of the fifth international congress of chinese medicine,berkeley. 1990;:66. (eng).

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147- gera: 29069/di/cg OBSERVATIONS OF THE CLINICAL EFFICACY OF "SPECIAL MASSAGE THERAPY ALONG CHANNELS" USING SCALP ACUPUNCTURE AS AN ADJUNCT. HSIO CHIEN LIN. proceedings of the fifth international congress of chinese medicine,berkeley. 1990;:67. (eng). 148- gera: 29075/di/cg SCALP ACUPUNCTURE MERIDIAN THROUGH-TO TECHNIQUE. MING QING ZHU. proceedings of the fifth international congress of chinese medicine,berkeley. 1990;:73. (eng). 149- gera: 36865/di/ra ACUPUNTURA CEREBRAL O CRANEOPUNTURA. EMBID A. medicina holistica, revista de medicinas complementarias. 1990;24:55-68 (esp). El trabajo incluye la historia del metodo, la localizacion de las zonas con discusion sobre las diferentes nomenclaturas empleadas por los distintos autores, indicaciones de las zonas y ejemplos de combinaciones terapeutica,, C? on de puntos, tecnica protocolo terapeutico, graficos originales ademas de los de shanghai y del Dr Nguyen Van Nghi Termina con la exposicion de los resultados obten dos en algunas enfermedades 150- gera: 60160/di/ra [CLINICAL SUMMARY OF 33 CASES OF CEREBRAL THROMBOSIS TREATED BY JOINED PUNCTURE]. WANG JICHUN. jiangsu journal of traditional chinese medicine. 1990;11(4):21. (chi). 151- gera: 60848/di/ra [CLINICAL OBSERVATION ON TREATMENT OF 48 CASES OF ACUTE CEREBRAL HEMORRHAGE BY SCALP ACUPUNCTURE]. DONG GUIRONG ET AL. chinese acupuncture and moxibustion. 1990;10(1):19-20 (chi*). Evaluation by computer assisted tomography was compiled on 48 cases of cerebral hemorrhage which had been treated by scalp acupuncture. It was concluded that scalp acupuncture's effect was marked (P<0. 01). These results did not support the view that acute cerebral hemorrhage is not influenced by scalp acupuncture. This study showed that the early treatment of acute cerebral hemorrhage by scalp acupuncture is closely related to the patient's recovery of function. This study, therefore, advocates treatment by scalp acupuncture at the earliest possible opportunity. 152- gera: 60899/di/ra [EFFECTIVE OBSERVATION ON 910 CASES WITH SEQUELAE OF ENCEPHALOPATHY TREATED BY SCALP ACUPUNCTURE]. LUO ZHENGZHONG. chinese acupuncture and moxibustion. 1990;10(4):5-6 (chi*). 153- gera: 60986/di/ra [OBSERVATION ON THE CLINICAL THERAPEUTIC EFFECTIVENESS OF HEAD ACUPUNCTURE ANESTHESIA IN INTERNAL FIXATION OF FEMORAL NECK FRACTURES]. SHAO ZI SHENG ET AL. jiangxi journal of traditional chinese medicine. 1990;21(3):37. (chi). 154- gera: 62099/di/ra [50 CASES OF BRAIN TRAUMA SEQUELA TREATED BY SCALP ACUPUNCTURE]. ZHAI XUPU. shandong journal of traditional chinese medicine. 1990;3:31. (chi). 155- gera: 80794/di/ra UNSERE ERFAHRUNGEN MIT NEUER SCHADELAKUPUNKTUR NACH YAMAMOTO. UMLAUF R. deutsche zeitschrift fur akupunktur. 1990;2:40-6 (deu*). A report is given on a partial field of Acupuncture, i, e, the new scalp acupuncture by Yamamoto. This method has been performed in his clinic, especially with pain situation, etc. A total of 6.833 patients were treated with this method and 2 different forms of application have been used (Y I, Y II). 3 typical cases were defined at the end, as well is advantages and disadvantages of this new form were compared. 156- gera: 80936/di/ra [EFFECTS OF SCALP ACUPUNCTURE NEEDLING THERAPY (1ST REPORT)]. X. journal of the japan society of acupuncture. 1990;40(1):101. (jap). 157- gera: 80937/di/ra [EFFECTS OF SCALP ACUPUNCTURE NEEDLING THERAPY (2ND REPORT). RESEARCH FOR EFFECT ON HEMIPLEGIA WITH CVD]. X. journal of the japan society of acupuncture. 1990;40(1):102. (jap). 158- gera: 80938/di/ra [EFFECTS OF SCALP ACUPUNCTURE NEEDLING THERAPY (3TH REPORT)]. X. journal of the japan society of acupuncture. 1990;40(1):103. (jap). 159- gera: 81339/di/ra 108 CASES OF HEMIPLEGIA CAUSED BY STROKE : THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN CT SCAN RESULTS,CLINICAL FINDINGS AND THE EFFECT OF ACUPUNCTURE TREATMENT. CHEN YM ET AL. acupuncture and electrotherapeutics research. 1990;15(1):9-18 (eng). 160- gera: 81533/di/ra 444 CASES OF CEREBRAL PARALYSIS AND APHASIA TREATED BY SCALP ACUPUNCTURE. CHEN DAOYI. chinese journal of acupuncture and moxibustion. 1990;3(1):65-69 (eng). 161- gera: 82100/di/cg CLINICAL STUDY ON SCALP ACUPUNCTURE : EFFECTS ON ALOPECIA AND HEMIPLEGIA. KAJIMA I ET AL. 2eme congres mondial d'acupuncture et moxibustion, paris. 1990;:62. (eng). 162- gera: 82101/di/cg NEW SCALP ACUPUNCTURE,NSA. YAMAMOTO T. 2eme congres mondial d'acupuncture et moxibustion, paris. 1990;:62. (eng). 163- gera: 82189/di/cg ON THE OCCASION OF TREATING HEMIPLEGIA STROKE CASES WITH HEAD-POINT ACUPUNCTURE. XU QIAN ET AL. 2eme congres mondial d'acupuncture et moxibustion, paris. 1990;:118. (eng). 164- gera: 82302/di/cg EFFECTS OF HEAD POINT NEEDLING ON CARDIAC FUNCTION AND HEMODYNAMICS. GUO WENYU. 2eme congres mondial d'acupuncture et moxibustion, paris. 1990;:200. (eng). 165- gera: 82525/di/ra CLINICAL AND THEORETICAL STUDIES ON HALFACUPUNCTURE THERAPY OF INFANTILE DIARRHEA. LIN YINGCHUN ET AL. international journal of clinical acupuncture. 1990;1(2):137-46 (eng). Etude comparée du traitement par craniopuncture (354 cas), acupuncture somatique (350 cas) et traitement médical (57 cas) de 761 cas de diarrhée infantile (de 1 jour à plus de 2 mois d'ancienneté). Les deux groupes acupuncture sont traités par puncture immédiate superficielle : insertion sur 0,1 cun et retrait après obtention immédiate du Deqi. Craniopuncture : ligne latérale 2 du front, au dessous du 15VB. Acupuncture somatique : 9VC, 25E, 6VC, 36E, points secondaires : 4Rte et 3Rte (moxibustion 15 mn sur ces deux points en cas de Vide de la Rate). 1 séance par jour, 1 à 3 séances. Craniopuncture et acupuncture ont un effet supérieur au traitement médical (pas de différence entre les deux techniques). L'ancienneté de la diarrhée n'influe pas sur le résultat. L'étude du test de transformation lymphoblastique sur un certain nombre de cas montre que l'acupuncture élève les fonctions immunitaires. L'étude chez le lapin montre que l'acupuncture immédiate élève les tests d'absorption du xylose. Enfin des études anatomiques montrent l'épaisseur du derme et de l'épiderme chez l'enfant. 166- gera: 82809/di/ra TRATTAMENTO DI 1228 CASI DI EMIPLEGIA CON

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L'AGOPUNTURA AL CUOIO CAPELLUTO. WU CHENGXUN. rivista italiana di medicina tradizionale cinese. 1990;6:49-50 (ita). 167- gera: 29157/di/ra VERTIGO TREATED WITH SCALP ACUPUNCTURE. ZHANG SHUNYING ET AL. journal of traditional chinese medicine. 1991;11(1):26-8 (eng). EA /65 cas cranio .Zone des vertiges : Stimulation par rotation (120/min) durant 1 minute. Manipulation 3 foi toutes les 5 minutes. _Une séance par jour 10 jours. _ 40 guérisons. (Normalisation de tous les signes). 168- gera: 29158/di/ra THE TREATMENT OF ENURESIS WITH SCALP ACUPUNCTURE. CHEN ZAIWEN ET AL. journal of traditional chinese medicine. 1991;11(1):29-30 (eng). 169- gera: 29430/di/ra EINFLUB DER NEUEN SCHÄDELAKUPUNKTUR NACH YAMAMOTO AUF DIE SCHMERZSCHWELLENÄNDERUNG. UMLAUF R. deutsche zeitschrift für akupunktur. 1991;3:503 (deu*). [Influence de la nouvelle acupuncture du crâne selon Yamamoto sur le changement du seuil de douleur]. Chez 100 patients souffrant de douleurs dans la région de l'articulation de l'épaule et du tiers supérieur du bras (GI 15,GI 14), les changements du seuil de douleur ont été déterminés immédiatement après le déclenchement de la sensation de chaleur au début du traitement avec la nouvelle acupuncture du crâne selon Yamamoto (variante I, zone C traitement homolatéral). Ces résultats ont été comparés avec deux groupes témoins : (1) 20 patients ont été soumis à un traitement controlatéral de la zone C au début de la Y.1. (2) 20 patients n'ont pas été traités. Tous les patients ont montré les mêmes troubles. Lors de l'évaluation statistique, on a constaté une différence statistique significative de p <0,01 (1% niveau de signification), en comparant les seuils de douleur entre le groupe 1 et les groupes témoins 2 et 3, et cela déjà après 30 secondes. On a également constaté une 170- gera: 29434/di/ra VORLÄUFIGE AUSWERTUNG ANALGETISCHER WIRKUNG DER NEUEN SCHÄDELAKUPUNKTUR NACH YAMAMOTO BEI PATIENTEN NACH ORTHOPÄDISCHEN OPERATIONEN. UMLAUF R. deutsche zeitschrift für akupunktur. 1991;3:66-9 (deu). [Evaluation provisoire de l'effet analgésique de la nouvelle acupuncture du crâne selon Yamamoto chez des patients ayant subi des opérations orthopédiques]. L'effet hypoalgésique ou analgésique de la nouvelle acupuncture du crâne selon T Yamamoto (variant Y) a été examiné chez 50 patients ayant subi d'importantes opérations orthopédiques, le premier jour post-opératoire, en temps constant ; l'effet a été en même temps objectivé par une modification de l'amplitude du mouvement actif observé sur l'extrémité opérée. Une casuistique permet de démontrer et d'expliquer l'importance d'une commutation à court terme de la fréquence de stimulations, basse, moyenne et élevée, en augmentant simultanément l'intensité de stimulation (toujours en- deça du seuil de douleur), pour prolonger la durée de l'analgésie. On met l'accent, d'une part, sur la rapidité de l'effet hypoalgésique ou analgésique de ce micro-système de l'acupuncture, et d'autre part, sur la durée relativement brève de son effet analgésique chez les patients souffrant de douleurs surtout périphériques 171- gera: 62571/di/ra [CLINICAL OBSERVATION ON 50 CASES OF ATAXIA TREATED WITH HEAD ACUPUNCTURE IN COMBINATION WITH ACUPOINT BLOCKADE]. FU JIZHONG ET AL. chinese acupuncture and moxibustion. 1991;11(1):23-4 (chi*). 50 cases of ataxia were treated by the authors with head acupuncture and acupoint blockade. To perform head acupuncture, the primary point is Equilibrium Zone, and the secondary ones are Dizziness and Hearing Zone and FootMotoring-Sensory Zone. After the insertion, needles are swiftly rotated for 3 times, 5 minutes for each time and there is a 5minute interval in between. The needling is once daily. The following body points are prescribed : Jianyu (L.I. 15), Quchi (L.I. 11), Shousanli, Hegu (L.I. 4), Shenshu (U.B. 23), Biguan (St 31), Maibu, Siqiang, Yanglingquan (G.B. 34), Zusanli (St 36), Taichong (Liv 3), and Kunlun (U.B. 60). The injection is once for every other day in all the points. As the result, 20 cases were cured, 20 were markedly effective, 5 were improved and 5 172- gera: 62573/di/ra [EMPLOYMENT OF ACUPUNCTURE FOR THE POSTOPERATIVE REHABILITATION OF SEVERE TRAUMATIC INJURY]. XU ZHOURONG. chinese acupuncture and moxibustion. 1991;11(1):27-8 (chi*). The author treated 87 cases of post-operative motoring impairment due to the severe trauma and point are selected in conformity with the differentiation of the injured areas as well as the condition of the impairment. The injury affecting the spine and limbs is treated in the same way. Body points should be connected with the electric acupuncture apparatus for 20 minutes and to use head acupuncture, needles are retained for 20 minutes and manipulated twice or 3 times in between. The treatment is once daily and 10 times constitute one course. As the result, 48 patients are fully cured and have resumed their job, 32 were markedly effective, 6 were improved and 1 173- gera: 63944/di/ra [CLINICAL STUDY ON THE TREATMENT OF INFANTILE CEREBRAL PALSY AND LOW INTELLIGENCE WITH ACUPUNCTURE]. LI YUHUA ET AL. chinese acupuncture and moxibustion. 1991;11(5):1 (chi*). The authors used head-acupuncture, acupoint injection, conventional acupuncture, and ear acupressure all together four methods to treat 60 cases of infantile cerebral palsy and low intelligence, in 48 of which the therapeutic effect has been evaluated and statically analysed. Before the treatment, the equilibrium rate of the twelve Jing-Well points was tested and compared with those of the normal subjects. It is found that the rate of liver, gallbladder, kidney, urinary bladder, stomach, sanjiao, and small intestine meridians are notably different from that of the normal children. Points of the above meridians are selected purposely for needling and the equilibrium rate of small intestine, Sanjiao, stomach, gallbladder, and urinary bladder is markedly heightened. 41.67% of the sick children had their IQ elevated more than half a degree, and the elevation of the operation IQ is fairly 174- gera: 63948/di/ra [OBSERVATION ON THE COMPARISON OF THERAPEUTICAL EFFECT BETWEEN HEADACUPUNCTURE AND BODY ACUPUNCTURE IN TREATING APOPLECTIC HEMIPLEGIA]. WANG QUANQI ET AL. chinese acupuncture and moxibustion. 1991;11(5):13 (chi*). 233 cases of apoplectic hemiplegia are randomly divided according the sequence of into the admission to the hospital the head-acupuncture group (103 cases) and body acupuncture group (130 cases). In the former, the upper two thirds of the motor region is prescribed and different regions are also selected according to the nature of the language disturbance : while in the latter, points of hand foot Yangming meridians on the affected side are used and other points are combined according to the symptoms. Both groups are needled once daily, and the needles are retained for 30 minutes and manipulated intermittently 3 times. Functional training is also combined. One month makes up one course of treatment. In the head-acupuncture group, the cure rate is 25.24% (26 cases), and the total effective rate is 96.11% (99 cases) ; while in the body acupuncture group, 31 cases are cured (23.85%) and the total effective rate was 96.92% (126 cases). So there is no marked difference between the two groups. 175- gera: 64192/di/ra [CLINICAL ANALYSIS OF 114 CASES WITH BACILLARY DYSENTERY BY SCALP ACUPUNCTURE]. WU XINWEI ET AL. chinese acupuncture and moxibustion. 1991;11(2):11 (chi*). 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acupuncture. Insert the needle at 15 degree. For patients under 15, you can apply prompt pricking method, and for those above 16, retained needles. If the disease is acute with short duration, and diarrhea more than 5 times a day, reducing method, on the contrary reinforcing method. Usually retention of needles should last one-four hours. Treatment everyday or every another day. During treatment, no other medicine. The result of 114 cases : cured rate 93 cases (81.5%), improvement rate 19 cases (16.7%), failed rate 2 cases (1.8%). The total effective rate 98.2%. The times of treatment is maximum 7 times, 176- gera: 64194/di/ra [OBSERVATION ON THE THERAPEUTICAL EFFECT OF 100 CASES OF CORONARY HEART DISEASE TREATED WITH HEAD ACUPUNCTURE]. FANG YUNPENG ET AL. chinese acupuncture and moxibustion. 1991;11(2):15 (chi*). Points being needled include Prone Zang-heart of Upper Jiao, Supine Zang-heart of lower Jiao, and Respiration- Circulation zone. The operation of the needling technique is the flying needling without rotation. The treatment is once daily, the needles are retained for 30 to 40 minutes, and there is a twoday break after 5 sessions. One course of treatment consists of 10 sessions. The therapeutical effect is tested after 40 sessions. As the result, 52 cases had the disappearance of the symptoms, 42 had the improvement of the symptoms and 6 had no change. Simultaneously, it has been also found that there are changes of indices before and after the treatment of head acupuncture in 6 items, such as ECG, blood-fat, left heart function, blood pressure, etc. This result reveals the 177- gera: 64210/di/ra [OBSERVATION ON THE THERAPEUTICAL EFFECT OF 348 CASES OF SEQUELAE FROM ENCEPHALITIS B. TREATED WITH COMPOUND METHODS OF ACUPUNCTURE]. SUN FAXIAN. chinese acupuncture and moxibustion. 1991;11(3):7 (chi*). The author has treated 348 cases of sequelae of encephalitis B. with compound methods of acupuncture including body acupuncture, head acupuncture, and ear acupuncture. In each session, two methods were combined. As the result, 148 cases were cured, making up 52.8% ; 108 were markedly effective, up to 31.3% ; 42 were improved, up to 12.2%, and 13 failed, up to 3.7%. The total effective rate was 83.3%. 178- gera: 64228/di/ra [CLINICAL OBSERVATION ON 322 CASES OF HEADACHE TREATED WITH HEAD-ACUPUNCTURE IN ANTERIORTEMPORAL LINE]. WANG HAIJING ET AL. chinese acupuncture and moxibustion. 1991;11(4):5 (chi*). The authors used 8 centimetre long needle in gauge 32 that was inserted from the mandible region to penetrate Xuanlu (G.B. 5), Xuanli (G.B. 6) and Qubin (G.B. 7), Fengshi (G.B. 20) was supplemented for lateral headache ; Tianzhu (U.B. 10) for vertical headache, 322 cases of various headache were treated and there are 45 cases of cure, 116 of marked effectiveness, 54 of being improve and 7 of failure. 179- gera: 64398/di/ra [EVALUATION OF SCALP ACUPUNCTURE TREATING APOPLECTIC HEMIPLEGIA]. LU SHOUKANG. journal of traditional chinese medicine. 1991;32(10):49 (eng). 180- gera: 64785/di/ra [TREATMENT OF FORCED LAUGHING IN THE CONVALESCENCE OF APOPLEXY BY MEANS OF ACUPUNCTURE]. LEI XINQIANG. chinese acupuncture and moxibustion. 1991;11(6):25 (chi*). 40 patients were randomly divided into 2 groups, 23 in the observed group who were treated with the needling in bilateral Neiguan (P 6), the 2nd and 3rd speech regions on the head, opposite to the affected limbs, and 17 in the control group who were treated with routine medication. After two month treatment, the total effective rate in both groups was no marked difference, but the cure rate of the observed group was higher than that of the control group, and the difference was noticeable. (P<0.01). It is indicated that needling Neiguan (P 6) and the speech regions of head acupuncture can effectually eliminate the symptom of forced laughing. 181- gera: 64796/di/ra [SCALP ACUPUNCTURE FOR 100 CASES OF CEREBROVASCULAR DISEASE]. LIU JINXIAN ET AL. shanghai journal of acupuncture and moxibustion. 1991;10(4):8 (chi). 182- gera: 65385/di/ra [OBSERVATION ON THE CURATIVE EFFECT OF 158 CASES OF GASTROPTOSIS TREATED MAINLY USING HEAD ACUPUNCTURE]. GUO ZHAORONG ET AL. journal of traditional chinese medicine. 1991;32(6):43 (eng). 183- gera: 82481/di/ra CLINICAL OBSERVATIONS ON 48 CASES OF URINARY TRACT INFECTION TREATED BY SCALP ACUPUNCTURE. KONG YAOQI. international journal of clinical acupuncture. 1991;1(3):301-04 (eng). 184- gera: 82629/di/ra NEUE JAPANISCHE SCHÄDELAKUPUNKTUR NACH YAMAMOTO IM VERGLEICH ZUR STIRNAKUPUNKTUR NACH BAHR. ERBE G. der akupunkturarzt aurikulotherapeut. 1991;1:1-5 (deu*). The localisations of Japanese skull acupuncture according to Yamamoto are compared with the forehead acupuncture according to Bahr. Some examples are given to show the possibilities of therapy by forehead 185- gera: 83309/di/ra AKUPUNKTUR IN DER GEBURTSHILFE. SCHULER W. deutsche zeitschrift für akupunktur. 1991;34(5):98-105 (deu*). Ways of facilitating childbirth by means of acupuncture are described in detail. The author refers mainly to TCM concepts although the use of acupuncture in childbirth is comparatively new in TCM. This paper is based on 1200 births with the help of acupuncture. Acupuncture has a positive effect on the mother, alleviating pain without any medical risks and calming her without reducing her awareness of the experience. There is also a significant reduction in the duration of labour. Acupuncture also has a positive effect on the child because there are no toxic or other side effects for it. Acupuncture may be used during three stages : 1. during childbirth, 2. after childbirth, including breast feeding problems, 3. prior to labour and during pregnancy. The point combinations for all three stages are given in detail and include ear and scalp acupuncture points. Electrical stimulation of the needles (frequency > 50 Hz, i. e. low-frequencies, at a comfortably tolerable intensity) 186- gera: 83456/di/ra SCALP ACUPUNCTURE THERAPY AND ITS CLINICAL APPLICATION. LU SHOUKANG. journal of traditional chinese medicine. 1991;11(4):272-80 (eng). 187- gera: 83542/di/ra VERTIGINE TRATTATA CON CRANIOPUNTURA. ZHANG SHUNYING ET AL. rivista italiana di medicina tradizionale cinese. 1991;3:56-7 (ita). 188- gera: 83543/di/ra TRATTAMENTO DELL'ENURESI CON CRANIOPUNTURA. CHEN ZAIWEN ET AL. rivista italiana di medicina tradizionale cinese. 1991;3:58. (ita). 189- gera: 83581/di/ra NEUE SCHÄDELAKUPUNKTUR NACH YAMAMOTO. YSNA EINE ROUTINEMETHODE FÜR KLINIK UND PRAXIS. MARIE-OEHLER W. akupunktur theorie und praxis. 1991;4:229-69 (deu*). After more than twenty years success in clinical and practical experience New Scalp Acupuncture according to Yamamoto seems to be a well developed special method in acupuncture. In consequence of its simple concept it is a method for beginners, in consequence of the complexity of its effect it is a method for experienced and masters. In consequence of its wide spectrum of indications, its simple and exact handling, its

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effectivity and its clear holistic base this method has had an increasing aknowledgement and spreading. 190- gera: 83604/di/ra COMBINED APPLICATION OF SCALP AND BODY ACUPUNCTURE IN THE TREATMENT OF PSEUDOBULBAR PARALYSIS. QU HONG ET AL. journal of traditional chinese medicine. 1991;11(3):170-3 (eng). 191- gera: 83617/di/ra QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS. WANG LING. journal of traditional chinese medicine. 1991;11(3):228-9 (eng). 192- gera: 83991/di/ra CRANEOPUNTURA EN EL TRATAMIENTO DEL VERTIGO. ZHANG SHUNYING ET AL. revista de la medicina tradicional china. 1991;1(4):12-13 (esp). 193- gera: 83994/di/ra TRATAMIENTO DE LA ENURESIS CON CRANEOPUNTURA. CHEN ZAIWEN ET AL. revista de la medicina tradicional china. 1991;1(4):14-15 (esp). 194- gera: 84239/di/ra THE OPTIMAL TIME FOR TREATING APOPLECTIC HEMIPARALYSIS BY THROUGH NEEDLING ON SCALP POINTS : AN OBSERVATION OF 73 CASES. DONG GUIRONG ET AL. international journal of clinical acupuncture. 1991;2(4):333-9 (eng). 195- gera: 84250/di/ra A DIALOGUE ON SCALP ACUPUNCTURE. X. international journal of clinical acupuncture. 1991;2(4):399-2 (eng). 196- gera: 84253/di/ra AN OBSERVATION ON THE THERAPEUTIC EFFECT OF SCALP ACUPUNCTURE ON HYPERPLASIA OF MAMMARY GLANDS. KONG RAOQI. international journal of clinical acupuncture. 1991;2(4):411-3 (eng). 197- gera: 35601/di/ra THE EFFECT OF SCALP ACUPUNCTURE ON THE WEIGHT-LIFTING CAPACITY OF THE HEALTHY AND PARALYZED LOWER LIMB. TOSHIKATSU YAMAMOTO ET AL. american journal of acupuncture. 1992;20(1):47-54 (eng). This study evaluates the effectiveness of needling a new scalp acupoint. The maximal work capacity measured by weight lifting tasks in subjects with paralyzed and healthy lower extremities was compared be fore and after needling at Yamamoto's new scalp acupuncture point D. In response to acupuncture, an improvement of the weight lifting capacity of paralyzed legs was shown in seven out of 13 experiments (53.8 %). Legs with normal weight-lifting power showed a decrease in the maximal work capacity in two of seven experiments (28.6 %). 198- gera: 35637/di/ra COMPARATIVE STUDY ON THERAPEUTIC EFFECT OF SCALP-ACUPUNCTURE IN TREATING ACUTE CEREBRAL HEMORRHAGE. DONG GUIRONG ET AL. international journal of clinical acupuncture. 1992;3(1):31-8 (eng). The therapeutic effect of acupuncture is very marked in treating cerebral apoplexy, a disease often seriously jeopardizing human health. Most published clinical reports, however, have been limited to self-control studies on patients clinical manifestations before and after treatment, without any comparison between different therapeutic methods. Since 1988 we have treated acute hypertensive cerebral hemorrhage with scalp acupuncture and also made comparisons with other therapeutic methods in order to confirm therapeutic effect and evaluate the usefulness of this method. The result are briefly summarized as follows. 199- gera: 35855/di/ra REPORT ON 10 YEAR FOLLOW-UP OF 114 YOUNG ENCEPHALOPATHY PATIENTS TREATED WITH ACUPUNCTURE. HE JINZHI. international journal of clinical acupuncture. 1992;3(2):117-23 (eng). 200- gera: 35866/di/ra TREATMENT OF APOPLECTIC HEMIPLEGIA WITH SCALP NEEDLING, USING WITHDRAWING-REPLENISHING METHOD PLUS PHYSICAL EXERCISE : A CLINICAL OBSERVATION. KONG RAOQI. international journal of clinical acupuncture. 1992;3(2):175-8 (eng). 201- gera: 35875/di/ra CORRELATION BETWEEN THERAPEUTIC EFFECTS OF SCALP ACUPUNCTURE IN LACUNAR CEREBRAL INFARCTION AND CT LOCATION OF FOCI. YU PENG ET AL. international journal of clinical acupuncture. 1992;3(2):209-10 (eng). 202- gera: 35885/di/ra EPILEPSIE ET CRANIOPUNCTURE. KESPI JM. revue francaise d'acupuncture. 1992;70:63-4 (fra*). Nous présentons ici une observation d'épilepsie de type Feu avec grand mal et absences guérie par acupuncture et craniopuncture. 203- gera: 35940/di/ra TREATMENT OF PERIPHERAL FACIAL PARALYSIS BY SCALP ACUPUNCTURE. A REPORT OF 100 CASES. CUI YUNMENG. journal of traditional chinese medicine. 1992;12(2):106-7 (eng). 204- gera: 36018/di/ra SCALP ACUPUNCTURE IN TREATING 20 CASES OF HEMIPLEGIA. WANG HENG ET AL. international journal of clinical acupuncture. 1992;3(3):307-9 (eng). Between june 1980 and may 1990 we obtained good results using scalp acupuncture in 20 cases of hemiplegia, with instant remarkable effect after a single treatment in all cases. The advantages of the therapy were obvious - almost instant effect and easy manipulation. 205- gera: 36059/di/ra TERAPIA DI CRANIOPUNTURA E SUA APPLICAZIONE CLINICA. LU SHOUKANG. rivista italiana di medicina tradizionale cinese. 1992;4:50-5 (ita). 206- gera: 36168/di/ra [CLINICAL REPORT OF COMBINATION OF CHU'S SCALP ACUPUNCTURE THERAPY AND REHABILITATION TECHNIQUES ON PATIENTS WITH HEMIPLEGIA]. X. journal of the japan society of acupuncture. 1992;42(1):101. (jap). 207- gera: 36633/di/cg BRAIN NEEDLE THERAPY FOR STRESS SYNDROME. MAEDA S. wfas international symposium on the trend of research in acupuncture, roma. 1992;:180 (eng). 208- gera: 36670/di/cg LASER ACUPUNCTURE FOR PAINFUL KNEE USING BONE REFLEX POINTS ON SKULL. ITOHO PIA. wfas international symposium on the trend of research in acupuncture, roma. 1992;:210 (eng). Traitement de 20 patients par Irradiation Laser (60 secondes, 830nm) au "point osseux réflexe". Situé au niveau de la Mastoïde. 70% de bons résultats. 209- gera: 36933/di/ra APLICACION COMBINADA DE ACUPUNTURA CORPORAL Y CRANEOPUNTURA EN EL TRATAMIENTO DE LA PARALISIS PSEUDOBULBAR. QU HONG, ET AL. revista de la medicina tradicional china. 1992;2(2):5-7 (esp). 210- gera: 36944/di/ra CRANEOPUNTURA Y SU APLICACION CLINICA. LU SHUOKANG. revista de la medicina tradicional china. 1992;2(3):24-30 (esp). 211- gera: 39746/di/ra [ANALYSIS OF 148 OF SEQUELA OF CEREBRAL VASCULAR ACCIDENT TREATED WITH ACUPUNCTURE]. XU DEREN. chinese acupuncture and moxibustion.

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1992;12(2):13 (chi*). The author divided 148 cases of hemiplegia into 3 groups. All the patients had the duration of disease within one year and half. The first group was treated with body acupuncture in points of Yang meridians, especially Yangming meridians and points of other meridians were also combined. Needles were connected with impulsed electric current. The treatment was once daily. The second group was offered the treatment with head acupuncture and motoring region, foot motoring-sensory region, sensory region, speech region etc. were prescribed according to the symptoms. The treatment was once daily. The third group had the combination of the both. In all the 3 groups, 10 sessions of treatment constituted 1 treating course and the following course started after 3 days interval. The statistical processing revealed that the third group was remarkably superior to the other two. 212- gera: 39880/di/ra [GENERAL CLINICAL CONDITION OF SCALP ACUPUNCTURE IN RECENT TEN YEARS]. ZHANG ZHENG. hubei journal of traditional chinese medicine. 1992;2:45 (chi). 213- gera: 43796/di/ra [TREATMENT OF 108 CASES PREMENSTRUAL TENSION BY HEAD ACUPUNCTURE]. LI JIN ET AL. chinese acupuncture and moxibustion. 1992;12(5):21 (chi*). The authors treated 108 cases of premenstrual tension by head-acupuncture points Foot-Motoring-Sensory and Genital zones and obtained satisfactory effect. The treatment was started 10 days before the menstrual period and stopped at the end of the menstruation. The treatment was once daily, the needles were retained for 20 minutes during which manipulation of needles was performed for 3 times, 1 minute each time, with the frequency of 180 to 200 times per minute. Meanwhile, Tongtian, Chengguang, Touwei etc. were combined according to the differentiation. Among 108 cases, 99 were cured (91.7 %), 9 improved (8.3 %). The other 108 cases were treated by means of medicinal herbs, and their cured rate was 63.0 % and the improvement 37.0 %. Remarkable 214- gera: 44177/di/ra [SCALP ACUPUNCTURE ASSOCIATED WITH NEWSELECTED AREAS IN MANAGEMENT OF CEREBROVASCULAR DISEASE SEQUELAE, REPORT OF 500 CASES ANALYSIS]. WU CHENG-XUN ET AL. shanxi journal of traditional chinese medicine. 1992;8(5):9 (chi). 215- gera: 44670/di/ra [OBSERVATION ON EFFECTS OF 8 CASES OF CEREBELLAR ATAXIA BY SCALP-ACUPUNCTURE]. LI QIAO-JU ET AL. shanxi journal of traditional chinese medicine. 1992;8(6):37 (chi). 216- gera: 44730/di/ra [EIGHTY-EIGHT CASES OF APOPLEXY TREATED BY SCALP ACUPUNCTURE COMBINED WITH IDEA INDUCTIVE METHOD]. YU GUOQIAO ET AL. shanghai journal of acupuncture and moxibustion. 1992;11(4):12 (chi). 217- gera: 44937/di/ra [THE MECHANISM OF HEAD ACUPUNCTURE FOR TREATING WINDSTROKE DISCUSSED WITH THE THEORY OF CHANNELS AND COLLATERALS]. ZHAO SHU-TONG ET AL. chinese acupuncture and moxibustion. 1992;12(6):39 (chi*). With the theory of channels and collaterals, the article discussed the mechanism of head acupuncture for treating windstroke from four aspects : 1) Induced in tables the channels and collaterals which are connected directly with scalp and their laws ; 2) Drew a conclusion that the channel Qi goes up to the head and enters the brain according to the laws of movement of channel Qi ; 3) Stated that the disorders of movement of channel Qi are the cause of windstroke ; and 4) Explained the method of head acupuncture for treating windstroke and analysed the 218- gera: 84334/di/ra CUALES SON LAS INDICACIONES DE LA TERAPIA CON ACUPUNTURA EN CUERO CABELLUDO ?. WANG LING. revista de la medicina tradicional china. 1992;2(2):37. (esp). 219- gera: 4639/di/cg CLINIC OBSERVATION OF ZHU'S SCALP ACUPUNCTURE WITH TUINA IN TREATING ACUTE LOW BACK PAIN SYNDROME. JIACHEN Z ET AL. third world conference on acupuncture. 1993;:206. (eng). 220- gera: 8330/di/cg CLINICAL REPORT OF SCALP ACUPUNCTURE FOR PATIENTS WITH CHRONIC PSYCHOSOMATIC SYMPTOMS. KAJIMA I ET AL. third world conference on acupuncture. 1993;:379. (eng). 221- gera: 8421/di/cg A CASE OF LEFT SCIATICA TREATED BY ACUPUNCTURE (abstract). TANAKA N. third world conference on acupuncture. 1993;:380. (eng). Amélioration de la douleur de 80% sur EVA après craniopuncture. 222- gera: 8479/di/cg TREATING ANXIETY WITH SCALP NEEDLE. CHAN HPY. third world conference on acupuncture. 1993;:381. (eng). 223- gera: 36975/di/ra TRATAMIENTO DE LA PARALISIS FACIAL PERIFERICA MEDIANTE CRANEOPUNTURA. ESTUDIO DE 100 CASOS. CUI YUNMENG. revista de la medicina tradicional china. 1993;1:14-5 (esp). 224- gera: 38234/di/ra [COMPARATIVE STUDY BETWEEN SCALP NEEDLING AND BODY NEEDLING IN THE TREATMENT OF APOPLECTIC HEMIPLEGIA]. SHI YING ET AL. journal of traditional chinese medicine. 1993;34(1):34 (eng*). By applying "withdrawing and adding method" for pointspenetrating scalp needling, 100 cases of apoplectic were treated with a cured rate of 45%, the total effective rate being 97%. As compared with 50 cases treated with body needling at the same period, the effective rate revealed significant difference. 225- gera: 38602/di/ra [CLINICAL RESEARCH IN SCALP-POINT PENETRATION NEEDLING FOR ACUTE CEREBRAL INFARCTION]. YU ZHISHUN ET AL. shanghai journal of acupuncture and moxibustion. 1993;12(2):52 (chi). 226- gera: 38871/di/ra NEEDLING SCALP POINTS IN TREATING A CASE OF VEGETATIVE EXISTENCE (DECORTICAL STATE) FACILITATING A DYNAMIC OBSERVATION OF BRAIN ACTIVITY MAPPING. YU PENG ET AL. international journal of clinical acupuncture. 1993;4(1):9 (eng). 227- gera: 38873/di/ra CLINICAL OBSERVATION AND EXPERIMENTAL STUDIES ON THE TREATMENT OF SEQUELAE OF STROKE BY NEEDLING TEMPORAL POINTS. LIANG RIAN. international journal of clinical acupuncture. 1993;18(104):19-26 (eng). 228- gera: 38874/di/ra CLINICAL STUDY OF THE CHOICE REGION OF SCALP ACUPOINTS FOR THE TREATMENT OF APOPLECTIC HEMIPLEGIA. SHI XIAN ET AL. international journal of clinical acupuncture. 1993;4(1):27-32 (eng). 229- gera: 38910/di/ra LA CRANIOPUNCTURE. PERRET A. meridiens. 1993;100:187-206 (fra). 230- gera: 45620/di/ra TREATMENT OF PERIOMARTHRITIS WITH SCALP

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ACUPUNCTURE THERAPY. A REPORT OF 210 CASES. . JIA HUAIYU ET AL. journal of traditional chinese medicine. 1993;13(3):199-201 (eng). 231- gera: 45628/di/ra TREATMENT OF APOPLECTIC HEMIPLEGIA WITH SCALP ACUPUNCTURE IN RELATION TO CT FINDINGS. . WANG YUKANG ET AL. journal of traditional chinese medicine. 1993;13(3):182-4 (eng). 232- gera: 46767/di/ra [A STUDY ON THE TECHNIQUES OF DOUBLE HEAD ACUPUNCTURE IN TREATMENT OF CEREBRAL VASCULAR ACCIDENT]. JIN WANCHENG ET AL. chinese acupuncture and moxibustion. 1993;13(4):1 (chi*). The present treatment is based on the conventional head acupuncture, but double needling was employed. One hundred two cases of cerebral vascular accident (CVA) were treated with this method. It was found that the marked effective rate was 80.4%, and the total effective rate was 99%. A comparison was made among 310 cases treated with double held acupad acupuncture, single head acupuncture, body acupuncture and the combination of head and body acupuncture, respectively. The result showed that double head acupuncture obtained the best effect. Experimental observations prove that this method can remarkably elevate the skin temperas, streng then the pulse wave in lobulus auriculae, improve blood circulation, and it is beneficial to motivating remaining functions if the cerebral cortex and can speed up the recovery of motor functions of the limbs. 233- gera: 46908/di/ra [EFFECTIVE OBSERVATION ON 44 CASES OF HEMIPLEGIA DUE TO APOPLEXY BY SCALP ACUPUNCTURE]. SHEN QI-GEN. practical journal of integrating chinese with modern medicine. 1993;6(7):0 (chi). 234- gera: 46941/di/ra [HEAD ACUPUNCTURE IN THE TREATMENT OF WINDSTORKE]. ZHOU JIANWEI ET AL. chinese acupuncture and moxibustion. 1993;13(3):3 (chi*). According to the "lnternational Standard of Chinese Head Acupoints" 207 patients suffering from windstroke were treated by needling along the anterior and posterior parietotemporal oblique lines, and the first and second paraparietal lines. The marked effective rate accounted for 73.43% of the total, and the overall effective rate represented 89.86%. After the treatment myodynamia and some symptoms, lingual dysfunction, facial and tongue paralysis were obviously improved (P<0.01). The therapeutic effect if head acupuncture was obviously better than that of Western medicine (P<0.01). Comparison in thera peutic effects made between needlings along different lines and between those applied on the intact and affected sides of the body showed that they were effective in improving the symptoms, but there was no significant difference (P>0.05). 235- gera: 46942/di/ra [HEAD ACUPUNCTURE IN TREATING APHASIA CAUSED BY ACUTE CEREBROVASCULAR DISORDER]. ZHANG LINHONG ET AL. chinese acupuncture and moxibustion. 1993;13(3):6 (chi*). Forty four patients suffering from aphasia caused by acute cerebrovascular disorder were randomly divided into two groups : the head acupuncture and the control groups (22 cases for each group) , and were observed for 4 weeks. The results revealed that the therapeutic effect in the former group was better than that in the latter group (P<0.001). Aphasia was cured more rapidly in the head acupuncture group than in the control group. The difference its of significance statistically (P<0.02). 236- gera: 47168/di/ra [DETERMINATION OF CLINICAL EFFECTS OF HEAD ACUPUNCTURE ON ACUTE CEREBRAL THROMBOSIS]. WANG GUO-XIANG ET AL. chinese acupuncture and moxibustion. 1993;13(5):4 (chi*). One hundred seventeen acute cerebral thrombosis patients were randomly divided into two groups : head needling plus medication group (Group A, 63 cases) and medication group (Group B, 54 cases). The function of the nervous system, encephalic topographical mapping and the change of somatosensory evoked potentials were observed before and after the treatment. It was found that the indexes in the two groups changed significantly (P<0.05 ~ 0.001). The therapeutic effect in group A was better than that in group B (P<0.001). The curative efficacy of head acupuncture on acute cerebral thrombosis is objectively confirmed by means of electrophysiological studies. 237- gera: 47295/di/ra [A DISCUSSION ON PRESCRIPTIONS OF HEAD POINTS]. SHI XIAN. chinese acupuncture and moxibustion. 1993;13(6):35 (chi*). 238- gera: 47957/di/ra [THERAPEUTIC EFFECTIVENESS OF ANGINA PECTORIS BY ACTIVATING YANG XUANBI AND TONIFYING THE KIDNEY AND HEAD-ACUPUNCTURE THERAPY IN 30 CASES]. ZHOU YUZHONG. the practical journal of integrating chinese with modern medicine. 1993;6(10):621 (chi). 239- gera: 47961/di/ra [ANALYSIS ON THE SHORT-TERM CURATIVE EFFECT OF SCALP ACUPUNCTURE ON 238 CASES OF APOPLECTIC HEMIPLEGIA]. JIA HUAIYU ET AL. shanghai journal of acupuncture and moxibustion. 1993;12(4):148 (chi). 240- gera: 47962/di/ra [SCALP ACUPUNCTURE FOR INFANTILE CEREBRAL PALSY]. XIANG LIMIN YAN HUA. shanghai journal of acupuncture and moxibustion. 1993;12(4):150 (chi). 241- gera: 48358/di/ra [TREATMENT OF APOPLEXY WITH HEMIPLEGIA BY SCALP SLOW FREQUENCY ELECTRIC ACUPUNCTURE COMBINED WITH PHYSICAL EXERCISE]. HU RUYUN ET AL. new journal of traditional chinese medicine. 1993;25(12):28 (chi). 242- gera: 57187/di/ra EFFECTIVE ACUPUNCTURE THERAPY FOR STROKE AND CEREBROVASCULAR DISEASES : PART II. CHEN A. american journal of acupuncture. 1993;21(3):205-18 (eng). In Part II the author reviews the contemporary therapies of Scalp acupuncture and Eye (Orbit) acupuncture, their application and supporting research in the treatment of poststroke hemiplegia, and illustrates how each therapy is derived from traditional acupuncture. As such, both share points of the clinically significant "Central System of Yang Meridians" and the "Eye System of Collaterals" (described in Part 1) which the author notes are frequently overlooked in traditional meridian theory. Part III will review acupuncture prescriptions for prevention of transient ischemic attack, hypertension, cerebral arteriosclerosis, hyperlipidemia, hyperlipoproteinemia and stress, as well as emergency treatments for coma and shock. 243- gera: 2210/di/ra THERAPEUTIC EFFECTS OF HEAD ACUPUNCTURE ON STROKE. ZHOU JIANWEI ET AL. world journal of acupuncture-moxibustion. 1994;4(2):3-6 (eng). According to the " International Standard of Chinese Head Acupoints", 207 patients suffering from stroke were treated by needling along the anterior and posterior obligue lines of vertex-temporal, and the line 1 and line 2 lateral to vertex. The markedly effective rate accounted for 73.43% of the total, and the overall effective rate represented 89. 86%. After the treatment some symptoms as hemiplegia , lingual dysfunction, facial and tongue paralysis were obviously improved (P< 0. 01 ). The therapeutic effect of head acupuncture was obviously better than that of Western medicine (P<0. 01). Comparison of therapeutic effects made among needling along different lines and between those applied on the intact and affected sides of the body showed that they were all effective in improving the symptoms, but there was no significant difference (P<0. 05).

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244- gera: 2219/di/ra THE ASSESSMENT OF SCALP ACUPUNCTURE FOR TREATING ISCHEMIC STROKE. WANG GUOXING ET AL. world journal of acupuncture-moxibustion. 1994;4(2):7-9 (eng). One hundred and seventeen acute cerebral infarction patients were randomly divided into two groups : Scalp acupuncture group (Group A) and pure medication group (Group B). The function of the nervous system, brain electrical activity mapping and somatosensory evoked potentials were observed before and after the treatment. It was found that the indexes in the two groups changed significantly (P<0.05). The curative effects in Group A were better than that in Group B (P< 0.001). The curative effects of scalp acupuncture on acute cerebral infarction were objectively confirmed by means of electrophysiological studies. 245- gera: 2250/di/ra RESEARCH ON SEQUELAE OF CEREBROVASCULAR ACCIDENT TREATED BY THREE DIFFERENT NEEDLING TECHNIQUES. LI YANHUI ET AL. world journal of acupuncture-moxibustion. 1994;4(2):10-5 (eng). One hundred and sixty cases of sequelae of cerebrovascular accident (CVA) were randomly divided into three groups : The temporal point group (TG), 58 cases; the scalp acupuncture group (SG), 52 cases; the body acupuncture group (BG), 50 cases. It was shown that after 30 treatments the curative effects were significantly different (P<0. 01 ) among the three groups. The effect in TG was better than those in SG and BG. There was no difference in curative effects between SG and BG. It is indicated that all the three needling techniques can improve encephalic blood flow in patients. It seems that the effects of the three needling techniques are as follows 246- gera: 15252/di/ra TRATAMIENTO DE LA PERIOMARTRITIS CON CRANEOPUNTURA. INFORME DE 210 CASOS. HUAIYU J ET AL. revista de la medicina tradicional china. 1994;4(2):21-3 (esp). 247- gera: 17204/di/ra TRATTAMENTO DELL'EMIPLEGIA APOPLETTICA CON LA CRANIOPUNTURA IN BASE ALL'IMMAGINE DELLA TOMOGRAFIA COMPUTERIZZATA. YUKANG W ET AL. rivista italiana di medicina tradizionale cinese. 1994;57(3):34-5 (ita). 248- gera: 17227/di/ra TERAPIA DELLA PERIARTRITE SCAPOLO-OMERALE CON CRANIOPUNTURA. RESOCONTO DI 210 CASI. HUAIYU J ET AL. rivista italiana di medicina tradizionale cinese. 1994;57(3):46-7 (ita). 249- gera: 17506/di/ra TRATAMIENTO DE LA HEMIPLEGIA POSTAPOPLEJICA MEDIANTE CRANEOPUNTURA EN RELACION CON LOS HALLAZGOS TOMOGRAFICOS. YUKANG W ET AL. revista de la medicina tradicional china. 1994;4(1):16-8 (esp). 250- gera: 48858/di/ra A CONTROL STUDY OF SCALP ACUPUNCTURE IN TREATING APHASIA AFTER ACUTE CEREBROVASCULAR DISEASES. ZHANG LINHONG ET AL. world journal of acupuncture moxibustion. 1994;4(1):20-7 (eng). A control study of clinical therapeutic effects of scalp acupuncture was made on forty-four patients suffering from aphasia caused by acute cerebrovascular diseases, and was observed for 4 weeks. The results revealed that the therapeutic effect in the scalp acupuncture group was better than that in the control group. Aphasia was cured more rapidly in the scalp acupuncture group than in the control group. The difference was of significance 251- gera: 49551/di/ra [SCALP ACUPUNCTURE FOR 48 CASES OF TRAUMATIC FACIAL PARALYSIS]. LIU FANGTU ET AL. shanghai journal of acupuncture and moxibustion. 1994;13(4):166 (chi). 252- gera: 49665/di/ra [DISCUSSION ON THE MECHANISM OF IMMEDIATE EFFECT OF HEAD NEEDLING ON ACUTE ENCEPHALORRHAGIA]. DONG GUI-RONG ET AL. chinese acupuncture and moxibustion. 1994;14(2):26 (chi*). The effects of head needling on 23 patients suffering from acute encephalorrhagia were observed, and the somatosensory evoked potentials (SEP) were examinated. There was no statistically significant difference in SEP among the three groups: the left and right sides in normal subjects and the unaffected side in encephalorrhagia patients (P<0.05). The SEP in the paralysed limbs were abnomal with the peak latencies were prolonged, the amplitutes were lowered, and the waves after P15 disappeared. After acupuncture the lowed amplitutes increased and the 253- gera: 49675/di/ra [RESEARCH ON SCALP ACUPUNCTURE FOR ACUTE CEREBRAL HEMORRHAGE DUE TO HYPERTENSION]. DONG GUI-RONG ET AL. chinese acupuncture and moxibustion. 1994;14(3):13 (chi*). The contrast observation was done on scalp acupuncture and Western medicine only for the treatment of acute cerebral hemorrhage due to hypertension. It was shown that the myodynamia restoration of the affected limb in the acupuncture group (group A) was better than in the Western medicine group (group B) and the group of drilling scalp for suction (group C) (P<0. 01). Before and after the treatment, in the self-contrast, the myodynamia in Group 1 was greatly changed (P<0. 001), but there was no big changes in Group B (P>0. 05). And the nerve function in Group A was much improved, which was better than that in Group B after treatment (P<0. 01). The instant effect rate was 60.7% in the acupuncture group, 254- gera: 49712/di/ra 52 CASES OF APOPLEXY TREATED WITH SCALP ACUPUNCTURE BY THE SLOW-RAPID REINFORCINGREDUCING METHOD. . PANG HONG. journal of traditional chinese medicine. 1994;14(3):185-8 (eng). 85 cases of apoplexy were treated with scalp acupuncture, including 52 cases by the method of slow-rapid reinforcingreducing and 33 cases by the method of flat twisting. The total effective rates differed insignificantly between the 2 methods. However, in respects of improving the myodynamia and motile functional disturbances of the limbs, the method of slow-rapid reinforcing-reducing was markedly superior to the method of flat twisting. 255- gera: 49858/di/ra [EFFECTS OF ELECTRO-ACUPUNCTURE ON EEG DURING TRANSIENT GLOBAL ISCHEMIA AND REPERFUSION IN GERBILS]. YING SAIXIA ET AL. acupuncture research. 1994;19(1):29-32 (chi*). In the model of gerbil of acute global ischemia and reperfusion, we studied the effects of electro-acupuncture (EA) on total power of EEG at different periods of global ischemia and reperfusion. The "Fengfu" (GV 16) and "Jinsuo" (GV 8) points were stimulated by electrical pulse with frequency 7 Hz and intensity of 5-6 mA for 30 min. Recording was made before ischemia and 0 min, 15 min, 30 min, 60 min, 120 min and 240 min after reperfusion respectively. The results were as follows: 1. In the control group, after 10 min of ischemia, the amplitude of EEG was severely inhibited, even became flatten, and the total power of EEG was significantly decreased to 1. 41 ± 1. 29%. After reperfusion, the recovery of total power was very slow. The peak level of recovery occurred at 120 min following reperfusion was 27. 39 ± 11. 31%. 2. In comparison with the control group, the EA remarkably improved the recovery of EEG after ischemia and reperfusion. The recovery of total power was 71. 45 ± 16. 46% (P < 0. 01), and 75. 27 ± 18. 43% (P < 0. 01) at 120 min and 240 min after reperfusion respectively. These results strongly indicate that EA could reduce the EEG inhibition during global ischemia and improve the recovery after 256- gera: 53852/di/ra [CLINICAL STUDY ON THE SEQUELAE OF CEREBRAL

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VASCULAR ACCIDENT TREATED WITH TEMPORALPOINT ACUPUNCTURE]. LI YANHUI ET AL. acupuncture research. 1994;19(2):4-7 (chi*). One hundred and eight cases of sequelae of cerebro-vascular accident were randomly divided into two groups temporal point group (TG, 58 cases) and body acupuncture group (BG, 50 cases). It was shown that after 30 treatments the therapeutic effects were significantly different statistically (P < 0. 01) between the two groups. The effect in TG was better than that in BG. It indicates that the two acupuncture therapies can improve blood rheology in patients. The ameliorative function in TG was better than that in BG. Voir traduction anglaise, réf gera [2250]. 257- gera: 53855/di/ra [THE SURFACE ANATOMIC OBSERVATION OF CEREBRAL PORECENTRAL AND POSTCENTRAL GYRUS FOR SCALP ACUPUNCTURE]. GAO WEIJUN ET AL. acupuncture research. 1994;19(2):17-20 (chi*). 10 heads of adult cadaver were used for investigation of the motor and sensory area of scalp acupuncture. The results are as follows: both the surface anatomy of precentral and postcentral gyrus were not exactly match with the motor and sensory area described in acupuncture textbook respectively. They were backward. Among them, the upper points were 0. 5cm backward to motor area and 1. 0cm to sensory area, the lower point of precentral gyrus was 1. 0cm posterior to the intersecting point of the eyebrow--occiput line and the anterior border of the natural line of the hair at the temple, while the lower point of postcentral gyrus is 2. 4cm posterior to the intersecting point above described. Therefore, the authors suggested that the motor and sensory area of the scalp acupuncture should be backward and recommended: take the point 1. 0cm and 3. 0cm posterior to the midpoint of anteroposterior midline as the upper point of motor and sensory area respectively, 1. 0cm and 2. 0cm posterior to the intersecting point above described as the lower point respectively. In this way, the motor and sensory areas are 258- gera: 53933/di/ra [TREATMENT OF 59 CASES OF CEREBROVASCULAR DISORDERS BY SCALP ACUPUNCTURE COMBINED WITH MEDICATION]. LI YUNQIN ET AL. chinese acupuncture and moxibustion. 1994;14(5):13 (chi*). One hundred nineteen cases of cerebrovascular disorders were divided into the acupuncture & medication and sole medication groups for clinical comparative study. Both the groups were administered with routine medicaments. In acupuncture & medication group 59 cases, 16 cases were cured (27.12%) and the total effective rate was 96.61% while in the sole medication group (60 cases), only 6 cases were cured (10%) and the total effective rate was 63.37%. The results thaw that the combination of scalp acupuncture and medication is noticeably superior to medication alone in the treatment of cerebrovascular disorders (P<0.005). Ref Sze (44). 259- gera: 53940/di/ra [AN EXPERIMENTAL STUDY ON THE TREATMENT OF PARKINSON'S DISEASE WITH ELECTROACUPUNCTURE]. LUO MINGFU ET AL. chinese acupuncture and moxibustion. 1994;14(5):39 (chi*). Experimental Parkinson's disease made in rats was treated with electric acupuncture on bilateral "Yang Lingquan (GB 34)" And "Chorea-tremor zone". The times of rotation induced by dehydromorphine were remarkably reduced (P<0.01) and other symptoms were alto improved. No such changes were found in the control animals. The outcome of the research shows that the experimental model can he utilized in clinical study on the mechanisms of acupuncture in treating Parkinson's disease. 260- gera: 53960/di/ra [INFLUENCE OF SCALP ACUPUNCTURE ON HEMODYNAMICS IN WINDSTROKE PATIENTS]. XING YANLI ET AL. chinese acupuncture and moxibustion. 1994;14(4):37 (chi*). Sixty windstroke patients observed in this article were divided at random into two groups : Group A (treated three times a day) and Group B (treated twice daily). Scalp acupuncture with penetrating method was applied and tho courses of treatments (totally 20 days) were given. The indexes of hemodynamics were improved, shown by great relief of the high density, accumulation and stagnation of blood. It indicates that scalp acupuncture is very good to windstroke patients, and the therapeutic effect of three treatments daily is better than that of twice a day. 261- gera: 55883/di/ra CLINICAL OBSERVATION AND BASIC MECHANISM OF BITEMPORAL ACUPUNCTURE FOR DIARRHEA IN INFANTS. LIN YING-CHUN. international journal of clinical acupuncture. 1994;5(1):1-6 (eng). 262- gera: 56079/di/ra MECHANISM AND EFFECT OF HEAD ACUPUNCTURE ON CEREBRAL APOPLEXY. DONG KUI-RONG ET AL. international journal of clinical acupuncture. 1994;5(3):297-303 (eng). 263- gera: 56101/di/ra SCALP ACUPUNCTURE PLUS MEDICATION IN SENILE CEREBROVASCULAR DEMENTIA. WU CHEN-XUN ET AL. international journal of clinical acupuncture. 1994;5(4):395-8 (eng). 264- gera: 56102/di/ra TREATMENT OF POST-STROKE HEMIPLEGIA WITH ELECTRICAL STIMULATION OF THE NERVE TRUNKS AND SCALP ACUPUNCTURE : A CLINICAL STUDY OF 30 CASES. YU YAN-TONG ET AL. international journal of clinical acupuncture. 1994;5(4):399-401 (eng). 265- gera: 57233/di/ra CLINICAL CIMPARISON OF THE ACUPUNCTURE TREATMENT OF CEREBRAL PALSY WITH STANDARD AND "SPECIAL POINTS" OF THE SCALP. LAI XINSHENG ET AL. american journal of acupuncture. 1994;22(3):215-9 (eng). One hundred-and-twenty-five children diagnosed with cerebral palsy were randomized into two groups: A "special scalp points" group and a standard scalp acupuncture group. The overall effective rate in patients treated with the special scalp points was significantly higher than that in the group treated with standard scalp acupoints. Curative rates: 25.67% and 17.94%, respectively; effective rates: 97.28% and 84.60%, respectively. 266- gera: 84814/di/ra [TREATMENT OF SCHIZOPHRENIC AUDITORY HALLUCINATION WITH SCALP ELECTROPUNCTURE : A REPORT OF 34 CASES]. XIUQIN F ET AL. beijing journal of tcm. 1994;2:36 (chi). 267- gera: 85580/di/ra [TREATING 180 CASES OF APOPLECTIC HEMIPARALYSIS BY SCALP ACUPUNCTURE]. CHEN SU ET AL. jiangxi journal of tcm. 1994;25(6):45 (chi). 268- gera: 87493/di/ra [HEAD ACUPUNCTURE THERAPY FOR SCIATIC NEURALGIA]. YU XIANCHUAN. shaanxi journal of traditional chinese medicine. 1994;15(8):370 (chi). 269- gera: 10709/di/ra TECNICHE THERAPEUTICHE DI LONGEVITA AGOPUNTURA - MICROMASSAGIO - QIGONG CRANIOPUNTURA. CASPANI P ET AL. rivista italiana di agopuntura. 1995;82:85-97 (ita*). Authors report their experience about geriatrics. Traditional Chinese Medicina techniques as : Acupuncture, Micromassage, Qigong and scalp needling therapy. 270- gera: 12657/di/ra CLINICAL OBSERVATION ON 44 CASES OF APOPLEXY WITH ZHU'S SCALP ACUPUNCTURE. ZIYANG Z. world journal of acupuncture-moxibustion. 1995;5(1):25-9 (eng). 88 cases of apoplexy of recovering and sequela phases were

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divided randomly into two groups, group of Zhu's Scalp Acupuncture and group of somatic acupuncture. There were 44 cases in each group. Clinical effect of Zhu's Scalp Acupuncture was better than that of somatic acupuncture, percentage of basic cure and marked effect of the former was markedly higher than that of the latter (P<0. 05). Clinical effect of Zhu's Scalp Acupuncture on recovering phase of apoplexy was markedly better than that on sequela phase (P<0. 01 for the rate of basic cure and marked effect and P< 0. 05 for the total effective rate). CIinical effect of Zhu's ScaIp Acupuncture on hemorrhagic apoplexy hadn't marked difference with that on ischemic apoplexy (P>0. 05). Applying Zhu's Scalp Acupuncture to treat apoplexy, only need a few points, it is easy to manipulate, the needling sensations are intensive, the clinical effect is good, it is easy to accept by patients. 271- gera: 12748/di/ra TREATMENT OF 33 CASES OF APOPLECTIC HEMIPLEGIA BY COMBINED ACUPUNCTURE THERAPIES. XU L. world journal of acupuncture-moxibustion. 1995;5(1):60-2 (eng). In the present study , 33 cases of apopletic hemiplegia were treated with combined therapies of scalp-, body- acupuncture and restoring consciousness needling; besides, electroacupuncture (EA) stimulation was added. The treatment was given once daily, six days constitute a therapeutic course with an interval of 1-2 days between courses. After 5 courses of treatment , i c cases (30. 30%) were cured, 15 (45. 43%) markedly effective, 7 (21. 21%) effective and 1 (3.03% was ineffective. The total effective rate was 96. 96%. 272- gera: 56136/di/ra A DIALOGUE ON SCALP ACUPUNCTURE : (PART 1). HU JIN-SHENG. international journal of clinical acupuncture. 1995;6(1):47-53 (eng). 273- gera: 56163/di/ra JIAO'S SCALP ACUPUNCTURE PLUS POINT INJECTION IN REHABILITATION OF STROKE PATIENTS. HUANG WEI ET AL. international journal of clinical acupuncture. 1995;6(2):159-63 (eng). 274- gera: 56168/di/ra SCALP ACUPUNCTURE : (PART 2). HU JIN-SHENG. international journal of clinical acupuncture. 1995;6(2):185-8 (eng). 275- gera: 56169/di/ra NEEDLING SELF-DISCOVERED HEAD POINTS PLUS HERBAL MEDICATION IN TREATMENT OF APOPLECTIC HEMIPLEGIA. WU CHANG-JIN. international journal of clinical acupuncture. 1995;6(2):189-92 (eng). 276- gera: 57278/di/ra CLINICAL COMPARISON BETWEEN SCALP ACUPUNCTURE COMBINED WITH A SINGLE BODY ACUPOINT AND BODY ACUPUNCTURE ALONE FOR THE TREATMENT OF SCIATICA. ZHI L ET AL. american journal of acupuncture. 1995;23(4):305-7 (eng). A group of 90 patients diagnosed with sciatica were divided into (a) an experimental group (n=60) for treatment with scalp acupuncture and one body acupoint and (b) a control group (n=30) treated with body acupuncture only. All patients were treated within one week of onset, and none had received previous treatment for sciatica. Results of the experimental and control groups were evaluated after 20 treatments: Total effective rate 91.67% and 66.67%, respectively indicating a highly significant (P<0.005) greater effectiveness in the experimental group. 277- gera: 58139/di/ra EXPERIENCES OF MODIFIED YAMAMOTO SCALP ACUPUNCTURE WITH SIMULTANEOUS REHABILITATION AND SOFT-LASER THERAPY IN CHILDREN WITH CEREBRAL PALSY. UMLAUF R. acupuncture in medicine. 1995;13(2):85-7 (eng ). This is an account of methods developed in Czechoslovakia for the treatment of infantile cerebral palsy. Fifty eight children have been treated using a combination of scalp acupuncture, soft laser therapy and intensive exercise. The acupuncture acts as an analgesic and muscle relaxant thus allowing both passive and active exercises to be practised more effectively. Scalp acupuncture is more practical than body acupuncture as the needles are well out of the way and do not interfere with muscular movement. The neurological benefits are not confined to the development of more normal physical capacity but extend also to an improvement in mental ability. 278- gera: 69339/di/ra [161 CASES OF FACIAL PARALYSIS TREATED BY SCALP AND BODY ACUPUNCTURE]. CHEN RUIHUA. liaoning journal of traditional chinese medicine. 1995;22(2):86 (chi). 279- gera: 74929/di/ra SHEDELACUPUNCTUUR. LAMBRECHTS G. abma news. 1995;9:15-18 (ned). 280- gera: 74930/di/ra CRANIOACUPUNCTURE. LAMBRECHTS G. abma news. 1995;9:19 (fra). 281- gera: 74931/di/ra EXPERIENCE PERSONNELLE DE LA CRANIOACUPUNCTURE. WUYTS D. abma news. 1995;9:23-4 (fra). 282- gera: 74932/di/ra PERSOONLIJKE ERVARINGEN MET CRANIOACUPUNCTUUR. WUYTS D. abma news. 1995;9:25-6 (ned). 283- gera: 88261/di/ra [87 CASES OF CORTICOL URINARY DYSFUNCTION TREATED BY SCALP ACUPUNCTURE]. SHAN DONGMING. shandong journal of tcm. 1995;14(3):115 (chi). 284- gera: 90511/di/ra [HEAD ACUPUNCTURE WITH DIRECT CURRENT IONTOPHORESIS OF RADIX SALVIAE MILTIORRHIZAE LIQUID FOR CEREBRAL ATROPHY: A REPORT OF 78 CASES]. MU JINXIA ET AL. new journal of tcm. 1995;27(12):32 (chi). 285- gera: 136252/di/ra TRATAMIENTO DE 52 CASOS DE APLOPLEJÍA MEDIANTE CRANEOPUNTURA APLICANDO EL MÉTODO NEUTRO LENTO-RÁPIDO. PANG HONG. revista de la medicina tradicional china. 1995;5(1):15-18 (esp). 286- gera: 54721/di/re INNOVATIONS IN ACUMOXA : ACUPUNCTURE ANALGESIA, SCALP AND EAR ACUPUNCTURE IN THE PEOPLE'S REPUBLIC OF CHINA. HSU E . soc sci med. 1996;42(3):421-30 (eng). This paper examines three innovations in acumoxa (zhenjiu) that were promulgated by the Chinese government during the Maoist periods of the Great Leap Forward (1958-61) and the Cultural Revolution (1966-76): acupuncture analgesia (zhenjiu mazui), scalp acupuncture (touzhen) and ear acupuncture (erzhen). They all bear features of Chinese and Western medical practice, a characteristic which has been exploited in Chinese politics of health. On the one hand, the innovations have been promoted for the nationalistic reason in virtue of their being inherently Chinese. On the other hand, by equating Western medical practice with science, they signify modernity and progressiveness. In the late eighties, all still enjoyed official backing. Although they were no longer exclusively practised in government hospitals, they still stood for what they had originally been promulgated. Acupuncture analgesia, while no more practised in the clinic, is still the prototype of a Chinese scientific therapy, now subject to biomedical research in laboratories. Scalp acupuncture, which never became widely known as a modern Chinese- Western innovation, is still being practised exclusively by skilled doctors. Ear acupuncture is now practised also outside government institutions, for the same reasons of being easily applied, easily learnt and extremely economical as it had originally been promulgated. Paradoxically, ear acupuncture, the most popular of the three, was discovered outside China, by a

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French doctor, and is founded on the principles of reflexology, a therapy that the biomedical establishment does not consider scientific. 287- gera: 54973/nd/re [THE EFFECT OF SCALP ACUPUNCTURE ON THE BLOOD BIOCHEMICAL INDICES OF HEALTHY VOLUNTEERS]. BELITSKAIA RA ET AL. vopr kurortol fizioter lech fiz kult. 1996;27-9 : (rus). 288- gera: 55168/di/ra [TREATMENT OF REFRACTORY SCHHIZOPHRENIA BY SCALP ELECTROACUPUNCTURE AND POINTINJECTION]. SHU DEHAI ET AL. chinese acupuncture and moxibustion. 1996;16(7):13 (chi). 289- gera: 55195/di/ra [THE EFFECT OF SCALP POINT ELECTROSTIMULATION ON MYOELECTRIC POTENTIAL IN PATIENTS WITH PARKINSON'S DISEASE]. XI GUIFANG ET AL. shanghai journal of acupuncture and moxibustion. 1996;15(3):5 (chi). 290- gera: 55307/di/ra [OBSERVATION ON THERAPEUTIC EFFECTS OF 50 CASES OF APHASIA DUE TO CEREBROVASCULAR DISEASE TREATED MAINLY BY SCALP ACUPUNCTURE]. FENG XIUE ET AL. chinese acupuncture and moxibustion. 1996;16(8):53 (chi). 291- gera: 55869/di/ra [TCD OBSERVATION ON CEREBRAL BLOOD FLOW DYNAMICS INFERENCE OF CEREBRAL ATROPHY WITH SCALP THERAPY]. XIANG LIMIN ET AL. acupuncture research. 1996;21(4):7-9 (chi*). 292- gera: 56293/di/ra ELECTRIC NEEDLE MANIPULATOR IN SCALP ACUPUNCTURE. CHEN DAO-YI. international journal of clinical acupuncture. 1996;7(2):131-5 (eng). 293- gera: 56337/di/ra TREATING SEQUELAE OF CVA WITH SCALP NEEDLING. LIANG DONG-YUN ET AL. international journal of clinical acupuncture. 1996;7(3):281-3 (eng). 294- gera: 56384/di/ra SCALP ACUPUNCTURE IN TREATING HEMIPLEGIA : CLINICAL EXPERIENCE WITH 24 CASES. WANG WENYONG ET AL. international journal of clinical acupuncture. 1996;7(4):463-5 (eng). 295- gera: 56835/di/ra 24 CASES OF FACIAL PARALYSIS TREATED BY SCALP ACUPUNCTURE AND BODY ACUPUNCTURE. DING JINSHENG. journal of tcm. 1996;16(3):207-10 (eng). 296- gera: 57070/di/ra [CLINICAL AND EXPERIMENTAL RESEARCH ON ACUTE CEREBRAL INFARCTION TREATED BY NEEDLING SHU XUE ON HEAD]. TANG QISHENG ET AL. journal of beijing university of tcm. 1996;19(4):37 (chi*). 297- gera: 57719/di/ra ESTUDIO CLINICO DE LA ENFERMEDAD DE PARKINSON TRATADA CON LA COMBINACION DE CRANEOPUNTURA Y ACUPUNTURA. HUANG LI MIN. pulso de la vida. 1996;10:35-8 (esp ). 298- gera: 85337/di/ra OBSERVATION ON CURATIVE EFFECT OF ACUPUNCTURE THERAPY PLUS SCALP ACUPUNCTURE FOR RESTORING CONCIOUSNESS AND INDUCING RESUSCITATION IN 80 CASES OF ACUTE APOPLEXY. LIU CHUNHUI ET AL. journal of tcm. 1996;16(1):18-22 (eng). During our 4-year work in The Republic of Yemen, the authors used acupuncture therapy to restore consciousness and induce resuscitation plus scalp acupuncture in 80 cases of acute apoplexy, with 63 cases cured, accounting for 78. 75%. This therapy is obviously superior to the traditional principle of point selection in acupuncture used in 25 cases as to curative effect, treatment course and other aspects. There is an obvious statistical difference (P < 0. 299- gera: 85600/di/ra CLINICAL OBSERVATION ON HEAD ACUPUNCTURE TREATMENT OF 100 CASES OF HEMIPLEGIA WITH THE THROUGH-TO-THROUGH CHOU-TIAN TECHNIQUE. SHI YING ET AL. journal of tcm. 1996;16(2):129-33 (eng). 300- gera: 85678/di/ra RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN STIMULATING QUANTITY AND THERAPEUTIC EFFECTS IN TREATMENT OF APOPLECTIC HEMIPLEGIA BY ACUPOINTS OF THE SCALP. BAO XIANGYNG ET AL. world journal of acupuncture-moxibustion. 1996;6(3):12-6 (eng). 100 cases of apoplectic hemiplegia were randomly divided into two groups, and treated scalp acupuncture. Group A received two sessions each day, while Group B received one session each day, the others were all the same. One therapeutic course consisted of 10 days, and the therapeutic effects were assessed after two courses. The result show that the clinical therapeutic effect in the Group A is superior to that in the Group B; the myodynamia and pain threshold of the skin have different improvements, but the effects in the Group A are better than that in the group B, etc.. That is to say the therapeutic effects are correlated with stimulating quantity. 301- gera: 85684/di/ra PRACTICE AND DEVELOPMENT ON ZHU'S AND CHAU'S SCALP ACUPUNCTURE. ZHU MINGQING ET AL. world journal of acupuncture-moxibustion. 1996;6(3):41-7 (eng). Zhu's and Chau's Scalp Acupuncture is one of the newly developed needling methods which follows the "penetrating head acu-point needling" method. Through many years of clinical experience, exploration and research in conjunction with the various advantages of different styles and sects of scalp acupuncture needling methods, a unique method of scalp acupuncture has been developed. This method combines the modern medical theory and the traditional Chinese medical theory. The region of head is divided into seven treatment areas : Shenting region (GV24), Touwei region (ST8), Shuaigu tension (GB8). Baihui region(GV20). Qiangaion region (GV18), Xinhui region (GV22), Wangu region (GB12). The manipulation is developed and created according to the Collection of Acupuncture and Moxibustion, Chouqi and Jinqi methods. In the process of the insertion of the needles, this method requires the cooperation of rapid and slow breathing by lifting, following and opposing the meridian course, including active and passive breathing exercise. This treatment is characterized by safe application and quick curative ef fects, especially for the acute and severe disease such as pain disease, paralysis 302- gera: 85754/di/ra [STUDY ON SOMATOSENSORY EVOKED POTENTIAL IN 60 CASES OF ACUTE CEREBRAL OBSTRUCTION TREATED WITH SCALP POINT-THROUGH-POINT ACUPUNCTURE AT DIFFERENT CONTINUOUS TWIRLING TIME]. TANG QIANG ET AL. chinese acupuncture and moxibustion. 1996;16(4):1 (chi). 303- gera: 91694/di/ra [STUDY ON THE TREATMENT OF HEMIPLEGIA WITH SCALP POINTS]. WAN ZHI-JIE ET AL. practical journal of integrating chinese with modern medicine. 1996;9(4):199 (chi*). This paper deals with 50 cases of hemiplegia treated by penetration needing given to Yuzhen (B9) and Tianxhu (B10) on both side, and Qianchencong and Xuanli (B6) on the healthy side. The results showed that each of these group or points could remarkably enhance the myodyamia significantly reduce the activity of whole blood ChE and speed up the blood flow, of the mil fold microcirculation. For the control group there were no changes whatsoever in each target. It shows that the effect of scalp-acupuncture on hemiplegia recovery is convincing. Comparison of the groups indicated that the curative effect of penetration needing given to Qianshencong, Xuanli (G6 on the healthy aide was better than that of; the

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needling to Yuzhen (B9) and Tianshu (B10) on both sides. Before acupuncture the activity of ChE in hemiplegia cases was stronger than normal. After acupuncture it was reduced remarkably. Through observation of dynamics of the activity of ChE and analysis of the improved myodyamia, it has been found that where myodyamia is improved, the activity of, ChE has remarkably been reduced, having a "repeated phenomenon" similar to the change of myodyamia. It is considered that the effect of 304- gera: 109797/di/ra [CLINICAL RESEARCH OF TREATING ACUTE CEREBRAL INFARCTION BY SCALP ACUPUNCTURE WITH LONG TIME RETENTION]. FANG LI YU ZHISHUN. shanghai journal of acupuncture and moxibustion. 1996;15(5):7 (chi). 305- gera: 109807/di/ra [SCALP ACUPUNCTURE AND HOLOGRAM]. ZHANG LIQUN LI YIWEI. shanghai journal of acupuncture and moxibustion. 1996;15(5):38 (chi). 306- gera: 56690/di/ra [APPLICATION OF SCALP ACUPUNCTURE IN COMBINATION WITH JOINT NEEDLING, RELAXING NEEDLING AND SKIN NEEDLING IN TREATMENT OF 32 CASES OF CEREBRAL PALSY]. XIANG LIMING ET AL. shanghai journal of acupuncture and moxibustion. 1997;16(1):11 (chi). 307- gera: 56716/di/ra [COMPARATIVE INVESTIGATION OF SLOW-QUICK REINFORCING-REDUCING METHOD AND TWIRLING THE ACUPUNCTURE NEEDLE IN TREATMENT OF APOPLEXY WITH SCALP ACUPUNCTURE]. ZHOU JIANWEI. chinese acupuncture and moxibustion. 1997;17(3):139 (chi). 308- gera: 56721/di/ra [PROFESSOR YU ZHISHUN'S EXPERIENCE IN TREAMENT OF PARALYSIS WITH HEAD-ACUPOINTS]. WU BOLI ET AL. chinese acupuncture and moxibustion. 1997;17(3):153 (chi). 309- gera: 56728/di/ra [ADVANCES IN STUDY OF TREATMENT OF APOPLEXY WITH SCALP ACUPUNCTURE THERAPY]. LI MAN. chinese acupuncture and moxibustion. 1997;17(3):186 (chi). 310- gera: 57136/di/ra [9 CASES OF CEREBRAL APHASIA OF CHILDREN TREATED BY SCALP ACUPUNCTURE]. WANG WINGYU. shanghai journal of acupuncture and moxibustion. 1997;16(2):20 (chi). 311- gera: 57735/di/ra OSSERVAZIONE DELL'EFFETTO CURATIVO DELL'AGOPUNTURA ASSOCIATA A CRANIOPUNTURA PER RISTABILIRE LO STATO DI COSCIENZA ED RISVEGLIO IN 80 CASI DIAPOPLESSIA ACUTA. LIU CHUNHUI ET AL. rivista italiana di medicina tradizionale cinese. 1997;67(1):41-3 (ita ). Durante i loro 4 anni di lavoro nella Repubblica dello Yemen, gli autori hanno usato l'agopuntura e la craniopuntura per ristabilire lo stato di coscienza in 80 casi di apoplessia acuta, 63 casi sono stati guariti, con una 312- gera: 57794/di/ra SCALP ACUPUNCTURE MANIPULATION FOR TREATMENT OF 128 CASES OF APOPLECTIC HEMIPLEGIA. YU GUOQIAO. world journal of acupuncture-moxibustion. 1997;7(4):11 (eng ). 313- gera: 58806/di/ra 24 CASI DI PARALISI DEL FACIALE TRATTATI CON CRANIOPUNTURA E AGOPUNTURA SOMATICA. JINGSHENG D. rivista italiana di medicina tradizionale cinese. 1997;69(3):64-6 (ita ). La paralisi del faciale è una flogosi non suppurativa a carico del nervo nel suo percorso all'interno del forame stilomastoideo. Solitamento insorge dopo esposizione al freddo. I sintomi principali sono la paralisi monolaterale improvvisa dei muscoli mimici del volto, l'appiattimento delle rughe frontali, l'ampliamento della rima palpebrale, l'incapacità a chiudere le palpebre, l'appiattimento del solco nasolabiale, la ptosi della commessura labiale, la deviazione del viso verso il lato sano. L'autore ha trattato con risultati soddisfacenti 24 casi con craniopuntura e 314- gera: 59870/di/ra A RESEARCH ON SCALP ACUPUNCTURE FOR CEREBRAL INFARCTION. ZHOU J ET AL. journal of traditional chinese medicine. 1997;17(3):194-7 (eng ). In order to evaluate the clinical value of the describes in the Standard Nomenclature of Scalp Acupuncture Lines, 105 patients suffering from cerebral infarction have been treated by needling along the anterior and posterior oblique lines of vertex-temple, and the line 1 and line 2 lateral to vertex. The markedly effective rate was 71.43%, and the total effective rate 88.57%. After treatment, such symptoms as hemiplegia, lingual dysfunction, facial and tongue paralysis, and the laboratory indexes of blood fat, fibrinogen and hemorrheology were obviously improved (P < 0.01 or 0.05). The therapeutic effect of scalp acupuncture was obviously better than that of Western medicine 315- gera: 67689/di/ra [EFFECTS OF SCALP ACUPUNCTURE ON FOCAL CEREBRAL ISCHEMIA IN RATS]. LEI XIN-QIANG ET AL. chinese journal of integrated traditional and western medicine. 1997;17(9):544 (chi*). Objective: To observe the effect of scalp acupuncture on focal cerebral ischemia in rats. Methods : Focal cerebral ischemia was produced in rats by the occlusion of right middle cerebral artery. The therapeutic action of scalp acupuncture on focal cerebral ischemia was studied by investigating the change of weight, neurologic symptoms, passive conditional reflex, hemorheology, infarct size of brain and pathology of brain tissue. Results: Scalp acupuncture could not only improve obviously neutologic symptoms, prolong latent period of the passive conditional reflex and lower blood viscosity, but also lessen infarct size, promote proliferation and repair of neogenetic capillary and gliocyte in the malactic and necrotic regions and reduce the edema and inflammatory reaction around the necrotic region. Conclusion: Scalp acupuncture have therapeutic action on acute focal 316- gera: 68405/di/ra [EFFECT OF BRAIN ANTIOXIDASE ON MODEL MICE OF PARKINSON'S DISEASE TREATED BY SCALP ACUPUNCTURE AND HERBS]. ZHANG LI ET AL. shanghai journal of acupuncture and moxibustion. 1997;16(6):32 (chi*). The activities of total suproxide dismutase (T-SOD), glutathione peroxidase (GSH-PX) catalase (CAT) and level of malondialdehyde (MDA) were investigated in the brain of MPTP-treated parkinson's disease (PD) model in C57 mice. The results showed that acupuncture and chinese medicine caused declining in both the activities of antioxidase in midbrain and caudate in PD model mice and the level of MDA with no marked difference from the normal level. The above results suggested that acupuncture chinese medicine and acupuncture combined with chinese medicine exert neuroprotective effect on parkinson's disease. 317- gera: 70399/di/ra ESTUDIO DEL EFECTO DE LA ACUPUNTURA CRANEAL SOBRE EL INFARTO CEREBRAL. ZHOU JIAWEI ET AL. journal of traditional chinese medicine. 1997;13:19-21 (eng). Para determinar la validez para la practica clinica de las lineas descritas en la Nomenclatura Estandar para las Lineas de la Acupuntura Craneal, se sometio a 105 pacientes afectos de infarto cerebral a la puncion a lo largo de las lineas que recorren oblicuamente anterior y posterior a la linea vertex temporal, y a la linea 1 y linea 2 laterales del vertex. Se consiguió una eficacia notable de 71.43% y un porcentaje de efectividad total de 88.57%. Después del tratamiento hablan mejorado considerablemente (P<0.01 o 0.05) los siguientes

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sintomas: hemiplejia, trastorno del lenguaje, parálisis de cara y lengua asi como los indicas analíticos de lípidos en sangre, el fibrinógeno y la hemorreologia. El efecto terapéutico de la acupuntura craneal se revelo mas eficaz que el de 318- gera: 74423/di/ra [COMPARATIVE OBSERVATION ON ISCHEMIC APOPLEXY HEMIPARALYSIS TREATED WITH LIFTING,THRUSTING,MOVING AND RETAINING AS A COMBINED MANIPULATING IN SCALP ACUPUNCTURE]. REN YANHONG. journal of tcm. 1997;38(8):475 (chi). 319- gera: 87082/di/ra NEEDLING SCALP POINTS IN TREATING CEREBROVASCULAR DISEASES : A REPORT OF 78 CASES. LIU YAO-JIE ET AL. international journal of acupuncture. 1997;8(3):231-35 (eng). 320- gera: 87092/di/ra SCALP ACUPUNCTURE IN TREATING HYPERTENSION IN THE ELDERLY. WU CHENG-XUN ET AL. international journal of acupuncture. 1997;8(3):481-84 (eng). 321- gera: 87103/di/ra SCALP ACUPUNCTURE PLUS WARMED NEEDLING AT REGULAR POINTS IN TREATING RESTLESS LEGS SYNDROME : A REPORT OF 46 CASES. HUANG WEI ET AL. international journal of acupuncture. 1997;8(3):315-17 (eng). 322- gera: 101000/di/ra EVALUATION OF CRANIAL ELECTROSTIMULATION THERAPY ON SHORT-TERM SMOKING CESSATION. PICKWORTH W ET AL. biol psychiatry. 1997;42:116-121 (eng). 323- gera: 101001/di/ra CRANIAL ELECTROSTIMULATION THERAPY : RESPONSE. PICKWORTH W ET AL. biol psychiatry. 1997;43:468-469 (eng). 324- gera: 103767/di/ra CRANIAL ELECTROSTIMULATION THERAPY. BOUTROS N. biol psychiatry. 1997;43:468. (eng). 325- gera: 57635/di/ra SCALP ACUPUNCTURE TREATMENT OF HEMICRANIA OF THE BLACK PEOPLE. ZHANG XINDE. world journal of acupuncture-moxibustion. 1998;8(1):53 (eng ). 326- gera: 58053/di/ra [CLINICAL OBSERVATION ON TREATMENT OF SEQUELAE OF STROKE WITH CT LOCALIZATION ACUPUNCTURE]. JIANG GANGHUI ET AL. shanghai journal of acupuncture and moxibustion. 1998;17(2):6-7 (chi*). Eighty five cases of sequelae of stroke were treated with scalp acupuncture. The areas for acupuncture were selected according to the localisation by CT and needles were inserted in the scalp around the selected areas. Compared with 83 cases of this disease treated on the focal homolateral areas by traditional scalp acupuncture, the clinical effect and improvement on the various indexes of blood rhedogy of the former were significantly better than that of the latter (P < 0.01). It is thought that the therapy of CT localization acupuncture is an effective and practicable, and can be used in accordance with the location, size, shape and quantity of focus. The mechanism 327- gera: 58084/di/ra SCALP¨ACUPUNCTURE IN TREATMENT OF PARAPLEGIA DUE TO STROKE : AN INVESTIGATION INTO THE MECHANISM. SUN ZHONG-REN ET AL. international journal of clinical acupuncture. 1998;9(1):1-6 (eng ). A comparative study of motor-evoked potential (MEP) elicited from scalp stimulation in paraplegic patients (whose conditions are due to stroke) and in normal controls suggests, as the primary mechanism, that the direct stimulation of CNS by scalp acupuncture triggers efferent impulses to the diseased muscles. 328- gera: 58085/di/ra INFLUENCE OF ELECTRIC SCALP ACUPUNCTURE ON BLOOD APOLIPOPROTEIN IN PATIENTS OF STROKE : A PROSPECTIVE RANDOMIZED TRIAL ON 183 PATIENTS. JIANG ZHEN-YA ET AL. international journal of clinical acupuncture. 1998;9(1):7-12 (eng ). To demonstrate the effect of electric scalp acupuncture on the blood apolipoprotein content in patients suffering from cerebral vascular accident (CVA), 183 patients with CVA treated from March 1992 to March 1994 were randomized into two groups: (1) 93 patients were treated by electric scalp acupuncture (ESA) and (2) 90 patients treated by conventional acupuncture served as control (CA). Apolipoproteins (APOA1 and APOB100) as measured by the immuno-circumferential diffusion method were monitored before and after the treatment. Compared to the level before treatment, APOA1 was increased by both electric scalp and conventional scalp acupuncture (P < 0.01). However, the difference between electric acupuncture and conventional acupuncture was insignificant (P > 0.05) though the former was able to effect a more conspicuous reduction of APOB100 than the latter (P < 0.01). Conclusions: The reduction of APOB100 and the increase of APOA1 in the blood by the electric scalp acupuncture may be related to the progress and pathogenesis of cerebral vascular accident. 329- gera: 58098/di/ra ANGINA PECTORIS INDUCED BY ELECTRIC SCALP ACUPUNCTURE : REPORT ON TWO CASES. LI CHANGDU ET AL. international journal of clinical acupuncture. 1998;9(1):53-4 (eng ). 330- gera: 58104/di/ra SCALP ACUPUNCTURE OF HEART-BRAIN SYNDROME AN OBSERVATION OF 53 CASES. ZHAO YING. international journal of clinical acupuncture. 1998;9(1):6971 (eng ). The heart-brain syndrome, which is mostly manifested as a hemorrhagic attack, a large-area ischemic attack, a small focal thalamic hemorrhage, or an infarct and mixed apoplexy, is of high incidence among the acute cerebrovascular diseases, accounting for about 60% of acute brain attacks. Generally followed by myocardial damage and arrhythmia, it is thus known as a "heart-brain attack. " With the clinical manifestations of a heart-brain disease, it also has a typical cerebrogenic ECG change. 331- gera: 58111/di/ra 60 CASES OF SCIATICA TREATED MAINLY BY SCALPACUPUNCTURE. LI ZHI. international journal of clinical acupuncture. 1998;9(1):93-5 (eng ). Sciatica is a common disease often seen in clinics. Its onset is sudden and the pain is sharp. In TCM it belongs to the category of Bi syndromes, and at present there is no ideal treatment method. In clinical practice abroad and in China the author applied scalp acupuncture as the main therapy in the treatment of 60 sciatica patients and compared them with 30 similar patients treated by body acupuncture. 332- gera: 58608/di/ra COMBINED TREATMENT OF 54 CASES OF APOPLECTIC SEQUELAE WITH ACUPUNCTURE AND CHINESE MEDICINAL HERBS. LI YANGZHEN. world journal of acupuncture-moxibustion. 1998;8(3):3-7 (eng). In the present paper, 54 cases of apoplectic sequelae were treated with acupuncture plus Chinese medicinal herbs. Acupoints used were scalp point Motor Area (MS 6), points of body acupuncture: Jianyu (L1 15) and Shousanli (L1 10) for paralysis of the upper limb; Zusanli (ST 36) and Xuanzhong (GB 39) for paralysis of the lower limb, combined with other points based on syndromes. Chinese medicinal herbs for reinforcing qi, promoting blood circulation, relieving muscular spasm and dredging meridians were used. Patients of the control group were treated with Troxerutinum, enteric Aspirin, etc. . Findings showed that out of the 54 cases of the treatment group, 28 were cured basically, 16 had marked improvement, 8 had improvement and 2 were ineffective, with

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the total effective rate of 96. 3 %; Of the 28 cases in the control group, 3 were cured basically, 7 had striking improvement, 13 had improvement and 5 were ineffective, with the total effective rate of 82. 2 % . Both the total effective rate and the basic-cure rate of the treatment group were significantly higher than those of the control group ( P < 0. 01 ) . Results of the present paper display that manipulating the needle to cause " qi reaching the affected area" and applying Chinese medicinal herbs can act on the locus by way of meridians which is the key point for achieving better therapeutic effect. 333- gera: 58642/di/ra [SCALP ACUPUNCTURE PLUS POINT INJECTION FOR 48 CASES OF INFANTILE CEREBRAL PALSY]. SU LIMIN ET AL. shanghai journal of acupuncture and moxibustion. 1998;17(4):26 (chi*). The author treated 48 cases of infantile cerebral paralysis with scalp acupuncture and point injection. The satisfactory therapeutic effects were obtained. The result showed: after two courses of treatment the infants made progress in different degrees. 8 cases were cured, 16 cases were obviously improved. 22 cases were improved and 2 cases were unchanged. The total effective rate was 96%. The author treated with scalp acupuncture in the motor area, the foot motor sensory area, the 2rd speech area, the 3rd speech area and intelligence area. After acupuncture. It can increase the cerebral blood flow (CBF), improve the cerebral-cortex ischemia and supply the blood-oxygen for cerebrum. It can also increase the development of the central nervous system. Citicolinum and Dengzhan Hua (Erigeron breviscapus) pointinjection can increase the perfusion of the brain and the cerebrovascular circulation. It can also improve the nutrient of the brain cells and the function of the brain as well. All these can help the intellegence-improving and the motor function of the limbs will recover. 334- gera: 58669/di/ra RICERCA SULLA CRANIOPUNTURA PER L'INFARTO CEREBRALE. JIANWEI Z ET AL. rivista italiana di medicina tradizionale cinese. 1998;73(3):57-9 (ita ). Allo scopo di valutare la rilevanza clinica delle knee descritte nello Standard Nomenclature of Scalp Acupunture Lines, 105 pazienti sofferenti di infarto cerebrale sono stati trattati pungendo lungo le knee oblique vertice-tempia anteriore e posteriore, e le knee 1 e 2 lateral) al vertice. La percentuale di efficacia marcata fu del 71.43% e di efficacia totale dell'88.57%. Dopo il trattamento, alcuni sintomi come emiplegia, disfunzione del linguaggio, paralisi del facciale e della lingua, e gli indict di laboratorio di lipid) plasmatici, fibrinogeno ed emoreologici risultarono chiaramente migliorati (P<0.01 o 0.05). L'efficacia terapeutica della craniopuntura era evidentemente 335- gera: 58821/di/ra TREATMENT OF ACUTE STROKE USING THE AWAKENING METHOD AND SCALP ACUPUNCTURE: AN ANALYSIS OF 116 CASES. WANG YING ET AL. international journal of clinical acupuncture. 1998;9(3):255-8 (eng ). In this paper, the authors report their experience with stroke treated with acupuncture in Yemen, Thailand, and mainland China. Two approaches were compared: the Awakening Method plus Scalp Acupuncture, which is the one recommended by the authors, and the traditional method. Statistical analysis shows a significantly better result 336- gera: 67273/di/ra [STUDY ON CORRELATIVITY OF THERAPEUTIC EFFECTS OF SCALP-ACUPOINTS WITH CT LOCATION IN THE PATIENT OF LACUNAR CEREBRAL INFARCTION]. YU PENG ET AL. chinese acupuncture and moxibustion. 1998;18(3):143 (chi). 337- gera: 67303/di/ra BODY QUICK-NEEDLING PLUS SCALP ACUPUNCTURE IN TREATING APOPLEXY AND ITS SEQUELAE. TONG LIGONG ET AL. international journal of clinical acupuncture. 1998;9(2):133-39 (eng). Apoplexy is a common and frequently encountered disease in clinics. Its duration is long, its cure rate is low, and the effect of therapy is poor. Over the last decade we used body quickneedling plus scalp acupuncture to treat apoplexy and its sequelae. A certain therapeutic effect was obtained. To obtain systematic observations and summarize experience to improve clinical effects and relieve patients' suffering, we established a scientific research group for investigation on apoplexy. From July 1990 to December 1994 we undertook a special program for observation and summarization of the therapeutic results in treating apoplexy and its sequelae in 130 cases. The objectives of the program were achieved, and the clinical results were excellent. 338- gera: 67306/di/ra MENTAL RETARDATION TREATED WITH ACUPUNCTURE: OBSERVATION ON 37 CASES. MA XIAO-PING ET AL. international journal of clinical acupuncture. 1998;9(2):149-52 (eng). Mental retardation (MR) or feeblemindedness, is one of the most troublesome abnormalities that affects more than one percent of the people all over the world. It is characterized by significantly subaverage intelligence and marked impairment in adaptive skills. As reported by WHO, the incidence is not lower than 1-3% [1] in any country in the world. In recent years, we applied strong stimulation to scalp and ear points as well as points on the body in the treatment of 37 cases and obtained good results. 339- gera: 67835/di/ra [TREATMENT OF 45 CASES OF PSEUDO-BULBAR PALSY BY SCALP ELECTRO-ACUPUNCTURE PLUS BODY ACUPUNCTURE]. MI JIANPING. shanghai journal of acupuncture and moxibustion. 1998;17(6):6 (chi*). Forty-five cases of pseudo-bulbar palsy due to cerebrovascular accident were treated mainly by needling electrically point Fengchi, Forehead three spots and vasomotor region on the scalp and puncturing points Tongli and Lianquan. The total effective rate was 83. 3% in collateral stasis caused by windphlegm, 88. 2 % in hyperactivity of liveryang, and 80 % in Qi insufficiency and blood stasis. The indices of blood theology were observed before and after treatment. The result showed that the indices of blood theology were improved by the above therapy. This therapy for pseudobulbar palsy is worthy to be applied and popularized. 340- gera: 67842/di/ra [THE EXPERIMENTAL MODEL OF ISCHEMIC APOPLEXY AND ITS TREATMENT WITH SCALP ACUPUNCTURE]. FU ZHONGHUA ET AL. shanghai journal of acupuncture and moxibustion. 1998;17(6):26 (chi*). We used intervening method to make an embolism in middle cerebral artery of rhesus, and set up a local cerebral ischemic pathologic change, and used the scalp point of international standardization to treat it. We found that the scalp acupuncture therapy was beneficial to the recovery from the experimental apoplexy. 341- gera: 68045/di/ra YAMAMOTO'S NEW SCALP ACUPUNCTURE ECIWO BIOLOGY AND A HOLONOMIC THEORY OF THE HEALING SYSTEM. ABSTRACT. SCHJELDERUP V. akupunktur. 1998;26(4):262 (eng). 342- gera: 68047/di/ra EXPERIENCE WITH YAMAMOTO NEW SCALP ACUPUNCTURE (YNSA) IN REHABILITATION IN HUNGARY. ABSTRACT. HEGYI G. akupunktur. 1998;26(4):263 (eng). 343- gera: 71831/di/ra EXPERIENCE WITH YAMAMOTO NEW SCALP ACUPUNCTURE (YNSA) IN REHABILITATION IN HUNGARY. ABSTRACT. HEGYI G. focus on alternative and complementary therapies. 1998;3(4):186 (eng). 344- gera: 74295/di/ra [EFFECT OF SCALP NEEDLING ON DECORTICATED STATUS IN INFANTILE ENCEPHALITIS AND ITS

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INFLUENCE ON EEG AND ENCEPHALOTOPOGRAPHY]. YU PENG ET AL. journal of tcm. 1998;39(9):534 (chi). 345- gera: 58882/di/ra [ACUPUNCTURE TREATMENT OF 317 CASES OF APHASIA AFTER APOPLEXY WITH EMBEDDED NEEDLES AT SCALP ACUPOINTS]. JIAO WEI ET AL. jiangsu journal of tcm. 1999;20(4):27 (chi ). 346- gera: 58965/di/ra [BASIC AND CLINICAL STUDY ON TREATMENT OF ACUTE CEREBRAL INFARCTION BY PENETRATION NEEDLING ON SCALP POINTS COMBINED WITH THROMBOLYTIC THERAPY]. MENG QINGGANG ET AL. chinese acupuncture and moxibustion. 1999;19(4):231 (chi*). Volume of blood flow, contents of ATP, glucose, lactic acid and water in the brain were used as indexes and their changes 60min after ischemia in the forebrain, and 0 min, l0 min, 60min, 120 min after reperfusion were .observed in the rats of acupuncture group and the control group. Results showed that volume of blood flow, energy metabolism in the brain and cerebral idema improved in the acupuncture group, especially, 60 min and 120 min after reperfusion, it slowed the delayed lower perfusion induced by prolongning of reperfusion time, exerting preventive action on reperfusion lesion at cerebral ischemia. 347- gera: 59761/di/ra A COMPARATIVE OBSERVATION ON COMPREHENSIVE SCALP-ACUPUNCTURE TREATMENT OF ISCHEMIC APOPLECTIC HEMIPLEGIA. REN YANHONG. journal of tcm. 1999;19(3):200 (eng ). 100 cas randomisés en trois groupes : 1) médicaments occidentaux, 2) médicaments occidentaux et craniopuncture, 3) craniopuncture seule. 348- gera: 59968/di/ra SCALP ACUPUNCTURE IN TREATMENT OF DECORTICATE STATE: OBSERVATION USING EEG AND BEAM. YU PENG ET AL. international journal of clinical acupuncture. 1999;10(3):237-42 (eng ). EEG measures the electrical activity of the brain and it may detect changes in acute phase of viral encephalitis long before CT scan and MRI can reveal anything. EEG and BEAM were thus used to monitor six cases of decorticate state due to viral encephalitis treated using scalp acupuncture plus routine drugs. 349- gera: 69991/di/ra TREATMENT OF VASCULAR DEMENTIA WITH SCALP ACUPUNCTURE. JIANG ZHEN-YA ET AL. international journal of clinical acupuncture. 1999;10(1):15-21 (eng). 60 cases of vascular dementia, diagnosed based on universally accepted standards, were divided into a treatment group and a control group, each of which consisted of 30 cases. In the treatment group, scalp acupuncture with electric stimulation was performed and such acupuncture fines as Middle Line of Forehead, Middle Line of Vertex, Line I-III, Lateral to Forehead, Anterior Oblique Vertex-Temporal Line, and Posterior Oblique Vertex-Temporal Line. In the blank control group, no specific treatment was prescribed. Psychiatric ratina scales such as MMSE, ADL, GDS, WMS-RC and GQMS-IQ were used as clinical observation tools. Results showed that the total effective rete in the treatment group was 86.67%. In the blank control group, there was no significant difference before and after the treatment. This suggests that there is no tendency of spontaneous cure for vascular dementia although the condition of the diseases may be fluctuating. This therapeutic method is not only safe and simple with definite 350- gera: 70228/di/ra SCALP ACUPUNCTURE PLUS BODY ACUPUNCTURE FOR SENILE URINARY INCONTINENCE. ZHANG HONG. international journal of clinical acupuncture. 1999;10(1):101-3 (eng). Senile urinary incontinence is a disease commonly encountered in the clinic. The main manifestations include the following: urination being out of control to different extents, dribbling of urine or involuntary micturition, and often slight urine discharge in the case of abdominal pressure increasing due to hearing the sound of running water or coughing and sneezing. Most patients also had symptoms of Deficiency of the Kidney, including dizziness and tinnitus, insomnia and amnesia, soreness and weakness of the lumbar region and knee joints, and deep and thready pulse weak at Chi region. In accordance with the theories of TCM and the principle of determining treatment by means of categorical identification, we combined scalp acupuncture with body acupuncture to treat 76 patients with this disease and obtained a satisfactory effect. The results are reported in this paper. 351- gera: 70930/nd/re SCALP ACUPUNCTURE. NAKAZAWA H ET AL. phys med rehabil clin n am. 1999;10(3):555-62 (eng). 352- gera: 71952/di/ra ELECTRO-ACUPUNCTURE AND SCALP ACUPUNCTURE. JI XIAO-PING. international journal of clinical acupuncture. 1999;10(2):221- (eng). 353- gera: 71981/di/ra LECTURES ON ACUPUNCTURE PART 1 FUNDAMENTALS OF ACUPUNCTURE AND MOXIBUSTION-LECTURE THIRTEEN ACUPUNCTURE TECHNIQUES (4). QI BAOYI ET AL. word journal of acupuncture-moxibustion. 1999;9(1):57-1 (eng). 354- gera: 72975/di/ra 52 CASOS DE APOPLEJIA TRATADOS CON CRANIOPUNTURA POR EL METODO DE REFUERZOREDUCCION LENTO-RAPIDO. PANH HONG. revista argentina de acupuntura. 1999;89:18-20 (esp). 85 cases of apoplexy were treated with scalp acupuncture, including 52 cases by the method of slow-rapid reinforcingreducing and 33 cases by the method of flat twisting. The total effective rates differed insignificantly between the 2 methods. However, in respects of improving the myodyamia and motile functional disturbances of the limbs, the method of slow-rapid reinforcing-reducing was markedly superior to the method of flat twisting. 355- gera: 72982/di/ra APLICACION DE LA CROMOPUNTURA DE MANDEL A LOS PUNTOS DE LA NUEVA ACUPUNTURA CRANEANA DE YAMAMOTO. BOUCINHAS JC. revista argentina de acupuntura. 1999;88:20-2 (esp). Este trabajo relata un estutio comparativo que esta realizando el Dr. Bousinhas en la Universidad Federal de Rio Grande del Norte, en Brasil, aplicando como analgesia el método del Dr. Yamamoto, la nueva acupuntura craneana, en estudio a un lote de enfermos con dolores agudos con acupuntura, versus otro lote de enfermos en que se, aplica la terapia por los colores, la cromopuntura, del Dr. Mandel, se aplica en forma puntiforme una luz,, de distintos colores, en los puntos de craneopuntura del Dr Yamamoto, y se evalua que aunque los resultados estadisticos son mejores con las agujas que con los colores, no hay una diferencia tan significatiua. 356- gera: 73090/di/ra [(CLINICAL STUDY ON EFFECT OF SCALPACUPUNCTURE IN TREATING ACUTE CEREBRAL HEMORRHAGE).]. LI JING. chinese journal of integrated traditional and western medicine. 1999;19(4):203 (chi*). Objective: To study the therapeutic effect of scalp-acupuncture in treating acute cerebral hemorrhage and its mechanism. Methods: Sixty-four patients were divided into two groups, the acupuncture group and the control group. All were treated with mannitol and furosemide to reduce intracranial pressure, paminomethyl benzoic acid for hemostasis. The acupuncture group received scalp-acupuncture additionally. Neurofunction deficit scoring (NDS), hemorheology, thromboxane, prostacyclin, endothelin and transcranial Doppler (TCD) ultrasonic examination were taken before and after treatment. Results: NDS of the acupuncture group was markedly better than that of the control group, especially in function recovering of limbs and speech. Blood viscosity, thromboxane and

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endothelin level of the acupuncture group lowered obviously, as compared with the control group, the difference was significant, P < 0. 05. TCD showed that the cerebral blood flow was markedly improved in the acupuncture group. Conclusion: Scalp- acupuncture is safe and effective in treating acute cerebral hemorrhage, it is particularly effective in recovering limb paralysis and speech disturbance caused by cerebral hemorrhage. 357- gera: 73358/di/ra ESTUDIO CLINICO SOBRE EL TRATAMIENTO DE LA DEMENCIA VASCULAR CON CRANEOACUPUNTURA. LIU JUN ET AL. enerqi. 1999;7:5-11 (esp). Traduction de la ref gera [69093]. Se trata de un estudio comparativo de 180 casos de tratamiento clinico realizado con craneoacupuntura eléctrica en la linea central de la cima de la cabeza, linea central de la frente, linea 13 lateral de la frente y lineas delantera y trasera del temporal, aplicando los cuadros de medicion del sistema nervioso y psycologico. Los resultados demuestran que: 1) dicho tratamiento ha tenido efectos sensibles para el mejoramiento de las alteraciones de memoria, el estado de la inteligencia y la capacidad para valerse por si mismos de los enfermos, con una eficacia del 68,3%. La variacion de los puntos en los distintos cuadros (MMSE, ADL, WMS-RC, GQMS-IQ y GDS) tiene, comparada con el grupo en blanco, significado estaditico (P<0,05). 2) la comparacion entre la craneoacupuntura eléctrica con el tratamiento nimotong no tiene significado estadistico (P>0,05). 3) el grupo de craneoacupuntura eléctrica mas plantas medicinales ha sido eficaz en un 73,3% y no presenta una diferencia de significado estadistico con el grupo de solo plantas medicinales ni con el 358- gera: 73375/di/ra 82 CASOS DE AFASIA,SECUELA DE LA OSTRUCCION CEREBRAL,TRATADOS MEDIANTE SANGRIA ACUPUNTURAL EN LOS PUNTOS DE LA CABEZA. ZHANG XIAOLI ET AL. enerqi. 1999;7:69-71 (esp). 359- gera: 73389/di/ra [TRANSIENT EFFECT OF SCALP ACUPUNCTURE ON BRAIN ELECTRICAL ACTIVITY MAPPING IN 20 CASES OF INFANTILE VIRAL ENCEPHALITIS AT ACUTE STAGE]. YU PENG ET AL. chinese acupuncture and moxibustion. 1999;19(12):743 (chi*). Transient changes of brain electrical activity mapping (BEAP) and electroencephalogram (EEG) were investigated with a DYD 500 Series Apparatus of Brain Electrical Activity Mapping in treatment of scalp acupuncture for 20 cases of infantile viral encephalitis at acute stage. Results indicate that at the acute stage, BEAP and EEG are at excitatory state, with a high power value, sharp wave and spike wave, or at inhibitory state which are commonly seen in decortical state and patients of failure, with a low power value and slow wave, etc, scalp acupuncture has dual-directional regulative action to trend to normal. 360- gera: 73395/di/ra [CLINICAL OBSERVATION ON 210 CASES OF CHILD CEREBRAL PALSY TREATED MAINLY BY SCALP ACUPUNCTURE]. LIU ZHENHUAN ET AL. chinese acupuncture and moxibustion. 1999;19(11):651 (chi). 361- gera: 73441/di/ra [COMPARATIVE STUDY ON EFFECTS OF SCALPACUPUNCTURE AND BODY ACUPUNCTURE ON CEREBROVASCULAR FUNCTION OF ISCHEMIC APOPLEXY]. DU GUANGZHONG ET AL. chinese acupuncture and moxibustion. 1999;19(5):265 (chi). 362- gera: 73445/di/ra [CLINICAL OBSERVATION ON SCALP-ACUPUNCTURE THERAPY FOR INJURY OF SOFT TISSUE]. LIU JIANHUA ET AL. chinese acupuncture and moxibustion. 1999;19(5):273 (chi). 363- gera: 73571/di/ra ANALYSIS OF EFFECT OF APOPLECTIC HEMIPLEGIA TREATED BY NEEDLING AROUND THE PROJECTIVE AREA ON THE SCALP OF FOCUS LOCATED WITH NUCLEAR MAGNETIC RESONANCE (NMR). LI YANHUI ET AL. word journal of acupuncture- moxibustion. 1999;9(3):25-8 (eng). Sixty-one patients of ischemic apoplectic hemiplegia were randomly divided into group of needling around the ipsilateral projective area on the scalp of the focus (group A) and group of seal acupuncture (group B). After 30 treatments, there is a significant difference between the therapeutic effects of two groups (P<0.05), the former is better than the latter. It suggests that the method of needling around the proiective area on the scalp of the focus 364- gera: 73575/di/ra TREATMENT OF 128 CASES OF APOPLECTIC HEMIPLEGIA WITH SCALP ACUPUNCTURE AND PSYCHOTHERAPY. YU GUOQIAO. word journal of acupuncture- moxibustion. 1999;9(3):33-6 (eng). 365- gera: 73583/di/ra CLINICAL TREATMENT OF 121 CASES OF HICCUP CAUSED BY CEREBRAL OPERATION WITH VIBRATION ACUPUNCTURRE ON SCALP. YI QUN. word journal of acupuncture- moxibustion. 1999;9(3):52-4 (eng). The treatment effect of vibration acupuncture manipulation on hiccup caused by cerebral operation was investigated. One hundred and twenty-one cases of hiccup caused by cerebral operation were mainly treated by needling the anterior oblique line of parieto temporal region, according to the condition of operation, the two lines lateral to the forehead were used as the supplementary lines. Results: 30 cases of 121 patients were cured after 1 - 2 treatments; 66 cases after 3 - 4 treatments; 16 cases 5 - 10 treatments; 7 cases were ineffective. The total effective rate was 94. 2 % . Hiccup occurs due to deficiency of qi after cerebral operation. Vibration acupuncture can stimulate channels and collateral and enforce qi and yang. So the method is effect. 366- gera: 74111/di/ra VON DER BEHANDLUNGS-MOGLICHKEIT DER MERALGIA PARAESTHETICA MITTELS SCHADELAKUPUNKTUR NACH YAMAMOTO. BERWANGER C ET AL. akupunktur theorie und praxis. 1999;27(1):41-46 (deu*). We report the treatment of meralgia paraesthetica by a special method of acupuncture (Yamamoto new scalp acupuncture, YNSA). In two cases patients relieved from pain and paresthesia after a few one-needle-treatments. Success can be confirmed by acceleration of somatosensory evoked potentials. 367- gera: 75014/di/ra [TREATING APOPLECTIC SEQUEL WITH BODY AND SCALP ACUPUNCTURE]. LU YAQING. hubei journal of tcm. 1999;21(3):135 (chi). 368- gera: 75660/di/ra [317 CASES OF APOPLECTIC APHASIA TREATED WITH CATGUT IMBEDING IN HEAD ACUPOINTS]. JIAO WEI ET AL. liaoning journal of tcm. 1999;26(5):230 (chi). 369- gera: 77069/di/ra [CLINICAL TREATMENT EFFECT OF APOPLEXY TREATED BY THE METHOD OF ACTIVATING YANG AND RESTORING CONSCIOUSNESS]. YANG SHUNYI ET AL. acupuncture research. 1999;24(3):220 (chi*). In this article, we selected the points on the head and those of Du Meridian as the major acupoints, while the well points and the points on the hemiplectic side as the adjunct acupoints to observe the role of the combined therapy of electroacupuncture (EA), swift puncture and seven-star needling on apoplexy. The results showed that the rheological parameters were significantly superior to that of pre-treatment (P<0.05-0.01). The total effective rate of the combined therapy treating apoplexy reached 88.8%. 370- gera: 86646/di/ra [120 CASES OF PSEUDOBULBAR PARALYSIS TREATED BY SCALP ACUPUNCTURE COOPERATED WITH

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ACUPUNCTURE]. WANG AIHUA ET AL. hubei journal of tcm. 1999;21(8):375 (chi). 371- gera: 71148/di/ra [THERAPEUTIC EFFICACY OF SCALP ACUPUNCTURE COMBINED WITH PRICKING BLOOD THERAPY ON ISCHEMIC CEREBROVASCULAR DISEASES]. CHEN XINGHUA. hebei journal of tcm. 2000;22(2):139 (chi*). Objective: To observe the therapeutic effect of scalp acupuncture combined with pricking blood therapy on ischemic cerebrovascular diseases. Methods: Sixty - two patients with the ischemic cerebrovascular diseases were randomly divided into two groups. The scalp acupuncture was applied once a day undergoing three 15 - time therapeutic courses with 7 day interval between three coures in group I (n = 31); the scalp acupuncture was combined with pricking blood therapy at the points of Quze and Weizhong once a week in 6 - week period. Results: The recovery and obvious effect rate (90.32 %) in group II was significantly than that (67.74%) in group I (P<0.01); the blood viscosity, index of red blood cells aggregation, platelet aggregative rate. and plasma concentrations of fibrinogen. cholesterol and triglyceride decreased markedly after the therapy in group II (P<0.01 or 0.05), additionally reduced more in group II compared with those in group I ( P <0. 01 or 0. 05). Conclusions: The scalp acupuncture combined with pricking blood therapy has definitive therapeutic effect on ischemic cerebrovascular 372- gera: 72098/di/ra ESCALPO-TERAPIA (ACUPUNTURA CRANEANA) Y SUS INDICACIONES. GU SHIZHE. revista argentina de acupuntura. 2000;92:33 (esp). 373- gera: 72215/di/ra SCALP ACUPUNCTURE WITH MOVEMENT IN TREATMENT OF HEADACHE: AN OBSERVATION OF 181 CASES. WANG ZHAOYANG ET AL. word journal of acupuncture-moxibustion. 2000;10(1):17 (eng). 181 cases suffering from different kinds of headache were treated by the authors with scalp acupuncture with movement. The results of instant and long-term therapeutic effects show that the scalp acupuncture with movement is a simple and effective skill. The instant therapeutic effects: the headache in 163 cases disappeared ; in 9 cases the effect was quite obvious ; and in 7 cases it was effective ; the total effective rate amounted to 98. 9%. The long-term therapeutic effects : 135 cases (74.6 9h ) were cured. The toral effective rate was 77.2 % . 374- gera: 72793/di/ra THE TREATMENT OF 86 CASES OF EPIGASTRIC AND ABDOMINAL PAIN BY SCALP ACUPUNCTURE. SHI YANHUA ET AL. journal of chinese medicine. 2000;62:27-9 (eng). 375- gera: 72807/di/ra OBSERVATION ON THE THERAPEUTIC EFFECT OF ENCLOSING NEEDLING UNDER CT ORIENTATION FOR TREATMENT OF ISCHEMIC CEREBRAL STROKE AND ITS INFLUENCE ON PLASMA NO. LI YANHUI ET AL. word journal of acupuncture-moxibustion. 2000;10(2):3-6 (eng). In the present paper, 61 cases of ischemic cerebral apoplexy were randomly divided into enclosing needling group (n= 31) and scalp-acupuncture group (n= 30). After 30 sessions of treatment, there was a significant difference between the two groups in the therapeutic effect ( P < 0. 05 ), indicating enclosing needling being superior to scalp-acupuncture. Both enclosing needling and scalp-acupuncture could lower plasma NO content while the former was more apparent in lowering plasma NO level. 376- gera: 72809/di/ra CLINICAL OBSERVATION ON APOPLEXY TREATED BY TRANSVERSE ACUPUNCTURE OF ANTERIOR OBLIQUE LINE OF VERTEX-TEMPORAL. SUI MINGHE ET AL. word journal of acupuncture-moxibustion. 2000;10(2):11-4 (eng). 72 cases of apoplexy were randomly divided into two groups: group A (40 cases) and group B (32 cases). In group A, we used transverse acupuncture of anterior-obligue line of vertextemporal plus acupuncture of commonly-used body acupoints for apoplexy. After 30 times of treatments, the results were as follows: In group A, basic recovery rate was 20%, marked improvement rate was 50 % . In growp B, basic recovery rate was 9. 4 %, marked improvement rate was 25 % . The total therapeutic effect in group A was better than that in group B. This indicated: Transverse acupuncture of anterior-oblique line of vertex-temporal has definite therapeutic effect for apoplexy and has better therapeutic effect than acupuncture along the line. 377- gera: 73016/di/ra ACUPUNCTURE TREATMENT OF MALE SEXUAL DYSFUNCTION : OBSERVATION OF 146 CASES. WU CHENG-XUN ET AL. international journal of clinical acupuncture. 2000;11(1):51 (eng). From 1986 to 1996 we applied scalp acupuncture to treat 58 cases and body acupuncture to treat 88 cases of male sexual dysfunction. A comparison between the two methods is reported. 378- gera: 73480/di/ra [TREATMENT OF CEREBRAL INFARCTION WITH SCALPPOINT PENETRATION NEEDLING AND ITS EFFECT ON PLASM ß-ENDORPHIN CONTENT]. WU XUPING ET AL. chinese acupuncture and moxibustion. 2000;20(7):429 (chi*). 100 cases of acute cerebral infarction were selected and divided into two groups at random, scalp point perpetration needling group (treatment group) and drug group (control group), 50 cases in each group In the treatment group, Baihui (GV 20) through Qianding (GV 21) and Shuaigu through Xuanli (GB6) were administrated; In the control group intravenous drip of injection of ligustrazine and Piracetam was given Results: indicated that the treatment group in the markedly effective rate and improvement of hemiplegia and aphasia was superior to that of the control group (P<0.01) respectively; plasma ß-endorphin content showed a tendency to decrease in the two groups, the decrease of the treatment group being more obvious, near to the normal level. It is indicated that scalp-point penetration needling has a marked therapeutic effect for cerebral infarction and the mechanisms are possibly carried out through its regulation on ß-endorphin content and reparing the focal tissue of brain, so as to 379- gera: 73552/di/ra ACUPUNCTURE THERAPY FOR STROKE: APPROACHES FROM THE ACUPUNCTURE LITERATURE. ERICKSON RJ. acupuncture in medicine. 2000;18(1):48-53 (eng). Acupuncture therapy for rehabilitation following stroke is very popular in China and has also been investigated in the West, notably in Scandinavia. The traditional method is body acupuncture using yang meridian points. Yin meridians are probably more beneficial when treatment has been delayed for some months after the stroke. Scalp acupuncture, either the Japanese Yamamoto New Scalp Acupuncture, a microsystem which requires great accuracy, or a Chinese variety such as the Zhu approach or the Shanghai scalp technique, has become very popular and published work has demonstrated superiority to traditional body acupuncture. Additionally, a new technique, Xingnao Kaiqiao, has been developed that uses strongly stimulated body points to induce twitching in the affected limbs. This method seems to have given good results in large-scale usage and is not difficult to learn. However, all of these acupuncture techniques require many sessions of treatment and are thus, with perhaps the exception of Yamamoto scalp acupuncture, heavily labour intensive. None the less, the benefits in terms of cost 380- gera: 73997/di/ra [THE INFLUENCE OF SCALP ACUPUNCTURE AND ON SOMATOSENSORY EVOKED POTENTIAL IN PATIENTS WITH ACUTE CEREBRAL INFARCTION]. OU YANG-GANG ET AL. shanghai journal of acupuncture and moxibustion. 2000;19(4):8 (chi). Purpose : To observe the influence of different stimulating methods on somatosensory evoked potential (SEP) in patients with acute cerebral infarction. Methods : 45 cases of acute cerebral infarction were randomly divided into scalp

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acupuncture group and blunt-needle electroacupuncture group. Results : Scalp acupuncture group and blunt-needle electroacupuncture group had different regulating effects on SEP in patients with acute cerebral infarction (P<0.001. P<0. 05). Conclusion The regulative effect of scalp acupuncture on SEP is superior to that of blunt-needle electroacupuncture in patients with acute cerebral infarction. 381- gera: 74006/di/ra REINFORCING AND REDUCING EFFECTS OF SCALP ACUPUNCTURE STUDIED USING BEAM. YU PENG ET AL. international journal of clinical acupuncture. 2000;11(3):179 (eng). In an attempt to standardise the procedures for electric scalp acupuncture, BEAM (brain electric activity mapping) was used to monitor its use in the treatment of viral encephalitis in children, in which brain waves indicating high excitation such as high output and spikes (Disorders of Excess) were inhibited by high intensity and high frequency electric stimulation (Reducing Manipulation), while brain waves indicating low excitability (Disorders of Insufficiency) were excited by low intensity and low frequency electric stimulation (Reinforcing Manipulation). As shown by BEAM, both manipulations normalized the brain waves. 382- gera: 74631/di/ra [ANALYSIS OF THE CURATIVE EFFECT OF SCALP ACUPUNCTURE COMBINED WITH NAPE ACUPUNCTURE ON CEREBRAL INFARCTION]. ZHANG YI-MING. shanghai journal of acupuncture and moxibustion. 2000;19(1):14 (chi*). Voir traduction anglaise de: réf gera: [94251]. Purpose To observe the curative effect of acupuncture on cerebral infection. Methods: 132 patients with cerebral infarction were treated by scalp acupuncture combined with nape acupuncture. Results: Recovery accounted for 8. 33%, marked effectiveness for 52. 27% and effectiveness for 39. 39%. The curative effect was significantly better in the patients with disease course under 3 months than over 3 months (P<0. 01). The curative effect was significantly better on the infarctional focus under 1.5 cm than between 1.5 and 3 em in diameter (P<0. 05). But the curative effect did not correlate with the classification based on syndrome differentiation of traditional Chinese medicine (P>0. 05). Conclusion: It is indicated that scalp acupuncture combined with nape acupuncture has an exact curative effect on cerebral infarction. Early treatment of patients with cerebral infarction has an important meaning for the promotion of rehabilitation. But how to improve the curative effect on the patients with a long disease course and a large focus will be an important 383- gera: 74632/di/ra [OBSERVATIONS ON THE TREATMENT OF APOLPECTION HEMIPLEGIA BY ALTERNATE RESUSCITATING AND SCALP ACUPUNCTURES]. ZHU HONG-YING. shanghai journal of acupuncture and moxibustion. 2000;19(1):16 (chi*). Voir traduction anglaise : réf gera: [94252]. Purpose: To observe the curative effect of resuscitating and scalp acupuncture's on apoplectic hemiplegia. Methods: 300 patients with hemiplegia due to ischemic or haemorrhage apoplexy were treated by alternate resuscitating and scalp acupuncture. The curative effect was compared with that of traditional body acupuncture on another 200 patients. Results: The cure rate was 57% and the effective rate was 97. 33%. There was a significant difference (P<0. 005) when they were compared with those in control group. Conclusion: It is indicated that the effect in treatment group is superior to that in control group. 384- gera: 76963/di/ra [EFFECTS OF SCALP-POINT PENETRATIVE ACUPUNCTURE ON PLASMA cAMP CONTENTS IN THE RAT OF ACUTE CEREBRAL INFARCTION]. WU XUPING ET AL. chinese acupuncture and moxibustion. 2000;20(11):694 (chi*). In order to investigate effects of scalp-point penetrative acupuncture on plasma cAMP and cGMP contents in the rat of acute cerebral infarction, radioimmunoassay was used for determination of contents of cAMP and cGMP. Results showed that after the acupuncture, the over-decrease of cAMP content was significantly increased, the over-increase of cGMP level decreased gradually, the pathological decrease of cAMP/cGMP ratio was increased. It is suggested that scalppoint penetrative acupuncture can regulate plasma cAMP and cGMP contents and their 385- gera: 77630/di/ra [DYNAMIC CHANGES OF VEP AND CEREBRAL TOPOGRAPHIC GRAPH UNDER SCALP ACUPUNCTURE ON CORTICAL BIND CASES WITHE CEREBRITIS]. YU PENG ET AL. acupuncture research. 2000;25(1):54 (chi*). Through the treatment on 2 infantile cases with virus cerebritis cortical blind, dynamic changes of VEP and cerebral cortical blind under the treatment of scalp acupuncture were observed. The treatment was to puncture head points on both sides beneath the skin, the remote sense zones of foot, vision and Fengchi point connected with G6805-II type of electric acupuncture device. The result showed that scalp puncture could improve the pathological recovery of the cerebral wave and reduce the rate of disability caused by cerebritis. 386- gera: 78037/di/ra [CLINICAL OBSERVATION OF MIGRAINE WITH SCALP ACUPUNCTURE]. WANG DUANYI ET AL. journal of clinical acupuncture and moxibustion. 2000;16(6):37 (chi). 387- gera: 78261/di/ra SCALP ACUPUNCTURE IN TREATMENT OF STROKE. ZHOU JIAN-WEI ET AL. international journal of clinical acupuncture. 2000;11(4):305-9 (eng). The scalp acupuncture that first appeared in China in the early seventies has since shown marvellous effects in the treatment of disorders involving the scalp and brain. The following is a review based on the 126 papers that the author has collected in the recent decade. 388- gera: 78358/di/ra [TREATMENT OF CRY AND LAUGH SEQUELAE OF APOPLEXY BY LIULIAN METHOD,WITH SCALP ACUPUNCTURE AS THE MAIN METHOD IN 36 CASES]. LI DONG ZHE ET AL. journal of tcm and chinese materia medica of jilin. 2000;20(3):37 (chi). 389- gera: 79407/di/ra TREATMENT OF DECORTICAL STATE OF CHILD ENCEPHALITIS WITH SCALP ACUPUNCTURE AND THE EFFECTS ON EEG AND BEAM. YU PENG ET AL. journal of tcm. 2000;20(4):289-92 (eng). 390- gera: 87349/di/ra [EXPERIENCE ON CLINICAL APPLICATION OF HEAD ACUPUNCTURE THERAPY]. SU RE LIANG ET AL. journal of liaoning college of tcm. 2000;2(2):136 (chi*). The head acupuncture treatment has remarkable effect on nerve system diseases. The efficiency is 93.3% in 781 cases of sequelae of apoplexy, 77.4% in 53 cases of paralysis agitans, 89.8% in 98 cases of epilepsy, 92% in 388 cases of neurasthenia , 96% in 100 cases of insomnia and 94% in 52 cases of lumbago and leg aching. It is also effective to such a difficult and complicated case as diabetes, especially to pattern II diabetes. After twenty courses of treatment, the blood sugar of 156 diabetics have dropped down to normal level with the efficiency of 90.5%. The head acupuncture is based on the theory of Chinese traditional medicine, which is directed by four methods of examination and eight principal Syndromes, is supported by viscera and meridian and combines syndrome391- gera: 88194/di/ra [EFFECT OF PENETRATION NEEDLING OF SCALPPOINTS ON PLASMA ß-EP IN PATIENTS WITH ACUTE CEREBRAL INFARCTION]. YANG YIHONG. acupuncture research. 2000;25(4):283 (chi*). Objective: To study the effect of, ß-EP in treatment of acute cerebral infarction by using penetration needling of scalppoints. Method: 30 acute cerebral infarction patients were treated with penetration acupuncture from Baihui (GV 20) to Qianding (GV 21), and from Shuaigu (GB 8) to Xuanli (GB 6)

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plus electrical stimulation, once daily, with 14 days being a therapeutic course, two courses all together. Another 30 normal subjects were chosen as control group. Radioimmunoassay (RIA) was adopted to determine plasma, ß-EP level. Result: Plasma ß-EP content in acute cerebral infarction patients increased significantly in comparison with that of normal subjects. After stimulation of scalp-points, plasma, ß-EP level lowered apparently compared with pretreatment (P<0.01). Conclusion: Scalp point penetration needling may improve blood supply of cerebral cells in the focus of infarction by adjusting the content of plasma, ß-EP inpatients with acute cerebral infarction. 392- gera: 88199/di/ra [ACUPUNCTURE TREATMENT OF PROSTATIC HYPERPLASIA BY SELECTING ACUPOINTS ACCORDING TO SYNDROME DIFFERENTIATION]. HE JINZHU ET AL. acupuncture research. 2000;25(4):300 (chi*). In this paper, 68 cases of prostatic hyperplasia were randomly divided into treatment group(36 cases) and control group(32 cases). Patients of the treatment group were treated with combined scalp-points including bilateral Motor Sensory Area of Foot ( MS 8 ) and bilateral Genital Area ( MS 4 ), and body acupoints as Guanyuan ( RN 4 ), Zhongji ( RN 3 ), Qihai ( RN 6 ), etc. Patients of the control group were administered with "Qianlie Kang" (Drug for Curing prostatic hyperplasia and acidi glutamici compositae. Results showed that the curative effect of the treatment group was obviously better than that of control group( P < 0. 01 ) . 393- gera: 93148/di/ra [THE TREATMENT OF RECOVERY STAGE OF WIND STROKE WITH SCALP AND BODY ACUPUNCTURE]. ZHANG KUN. journal of clinical acupuncture and moxibustion. 2000;16(8):14 (chi). 394- gera: 93168/di/ra [CLINICAL OBERVATION ON TREATING HEMIPLEGIA DUE TO WIND - STROKE WITH SCALP AND BODY ACUPUNCTURE]. YUAN YINGTING. journal of clinical acupuncture and moxibustion. 2000;16(9):3 (chi). 395- gera: 93179/di/ra [THE EXPERIENCE OF USING SCALP ACUPUNCTURE: 3 CASES REPORTED]. LU GUIJING. journal of clinical acupuncture and moxibustion. 2000;16(9):24 (chi). 396- gera: 93203/di/ra [THE TREATMENT OF SEVERE NEUROSIS WITH SCALP ACUPUNCTURE AND TUINA 34 CASES REPORTED]. JIANG SHAN ET AL. journal of clinical acupuncture and moxibustion. 2000;16(7):20 (chi). 397- gera: 93732/di/ra [TREATMENT OF STROKE LAUGH-CRY SYNDROMES IN 36 CASES BY HEXATHERAPY WHICH TAKES SCALP ACUPUNCTURE AS MAIN THERAPY]. LI DONG-ZE ET AL. journal of tcm and chinese materia medica of jilin. 2000;20(4):61 (chi). 398- gera: 94251/di/re ANALYSIS OF THERAPEUTIC EFFECTS OF SCALPACUPUNCTURE AND NAPE-NEEDLING FOR CEREBRAL INFARCTION. ZHANG YI-MING. tcm shanghai journal of acupuncture and moxibustion. 2000;3(1):24 (eng). Traduction anglaise de: réf gera: [74631]. 399- gera: 94252/di/re CLINICAL OBSERVATION OF ALTERNATE BRAINAROUSING AND ORIFICE-OPENING THERAPY AND SCALP- ACUPUNCTURE FOR APOPLECTIC HEMIPLEGIA. ZHU HONG-YING. tcm shanghai journal of acupuncture and moxibustion. 2000;3(1):27 (eng). Traduction anglaise de: réf gera: [74632]. 400- gera: 94257/di/re CLINICAL OBSERVATION OF DEMENTIA TREATED BY SURROUNDING-ACUPUNCTURE ON CT LOCATION. LUN XIN ET AL. tcm shanghai journal of acupuncture and moxibustion. 2000;3(1):40 (eng). 401- gera: 88144/di/ra [CLINICAL OBSERVATION ON SURROUND NEEDLING UNDER CT LOCATION FOR TREATMENT OF APHASIA DUE TO APOPLEXY]. JIANG GANGHUI ET AL. chinese acupuncture and moxibustion. 2001;21(1):15 (chi*). Purpose: To observe the therapeutic effect of surround needling under CT location on aphasia due to stroke Methods: Surround needling at the corresponding projection area of focus on the scalp showed by CT(surround needling under CT location) was used for treatment of 30 cases of aphasia due to stroke and traditional scalp acupuncture (i.e. acupuncture at language areas I, II, III)was used for treatment of 27 cases. Results: The total effective rate was 86.67 % in the former and 62 .96 % in the latter, with significant difference ( P < 0 .05 ) . Conclusion: The therapeutic effect of surround needling under CT location for treatment of aphasia due to stroke is 402- gera: 89280/di/ra [TREATMENT OF CEREBRAL HEMIPLEGIA IN CHILDREN MAINLY BY ACUPUNCTURE: A CLINICAL OBSERVATION OF 60 CASES]. FAN ZHAOJIN. new journal of tcm. 2001;33(1):43 (chi*). Sixty children with cerebral hemiplegia (CH) were treated by scalp acupuncture, temple triplet - needle, body acupuncture and associated with Nao Huo Su and Radix Astragali acupoint injection, the total effective rate being 85%. The results indicated that the types of disease have no significant difference with curative effect (P > 0. 05), and the measures employed are suitable for various types of CH in children. It was also shown that the curative effect is best in the ages of 1 - 3 years, better than those over 3 years (P < 0. 05), suggesting that the disease 403- gera: 91551/di/ra [AN ATTEMPT TO EVALUATE CLINICAL ACUMOXIBUSTION RESEARCH]. CHEN HAN-PING. shanghai journal of acupuncture and moxibustion. 2001;20(1):1 (chi*). Objective: To establish the influence of certain acupoints on brain function in specific regions of the cerebrum after acupuncture. Methods: Points L14, I-111, ST36, ST37, Motor Area and B20 were selected. Results: PET imaging shows that cerebral glucose metabolism and cerebral function activity is higher bilaterally in the frontal lobe, superior-middle temporal lobe, parietal lobe, cerebral sensory cortex, thalamus, basal ganglia, and is higher contralaterally in the cerebellum, hippocampus, anterior temporal lobe, after acupuncture treatment. (The variation in cerebral glucose metabolism was predominantly contralateral). Conclusion: The holistic regulatory laws of acupuncture can be replicated in research for the effect of acupuncture on the central nerve system. 404- gera: 91553/di/ra [CLINICAL RESEARCH ON THE TREATMENT OF APOPLECTIC SEQUELA WITH SCALP ACUPUNCTURE AS MAIN THERAPY]. TONG SHENG-XIU. shanghai journal of acupuncture and moxibustion. 2001;20(1):6 (chi*). Purpose: To compare the advantages of scalp acupuncture and body acupuncture in treating sequel of ischemic apoplexy. Methods: The patients were divided into scalp-acupuncture treatment group and body-acupuncture treatment group and separately treated according to the course of treatment. Results: Scalp-acupuncture treatment had a significant effect. SOD was increased and NO decreased in both groups. Conclusion: Scalp-acupuncture should be first selected for the treatment of apoplectic sequel. 405- gera: 93363/di/ra [TREATMENT OF DEEP CEREBRAL INFARCTION WITH STEREO-NETWORK NEEDLING METHOD]. YE LIHAN ET AL. chinese acupuncture and moxibustion. 2001;21(3):143 (chi*). Purpose To approach to effects of the stereo- network needling method on limb motor function and ability of daily living in the patient of deep cerebral infarction. Methods Thirtyfive cases were treated with stereo-network needling method and 35 cases were treated with traditional body-acupuncture

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plus scalp-acupuncture of the Motor Area as control group. Their rheoencephalogram, Shang Tianmin's twelve-grade limb function. assessment and Barthel index were determined. Results There were significant differences in all the indices between the two groups. Conclusion The stereo- network needling method can obviously improve cerebral ischemia and anoxia, and increase limb motor function and ability of daily living in the patient of deep, cerebral infarction. 406- gera: 93407/di/ra [CLINICAL OBSERVATION ON ISCHEMIC CEREBRAL INFARCTION TREATED WITH LONG CLUSTER SCALP ACUPUNCTURE NEEDING]. LIU NING ET AL. journal of clinical acupuncture and moxibustion. 2001;17(3):31 (chi). 407- gera: 93410/di/ra [THE AFFECT OF SCALP POINT - THROUGH - POINT ON BETA - EP CONTENT OF THE RABBIT WITH ACUTE CEREBRAL INFARCTION IN THE BLOOD PLASMA]. WANG YAWEN ET AL. journal of clinical acupuncture and moxibustion. 2001;17(3):46 (chi). 408- gera: 93420/di/ra [TREATMENT OF DIABETIC NUMBNESS OF EXTREMITIES BY SCALP ACUPUNCTURE COMBINED WITH ACUPOINT INJECTION]. CHEN TIANYEN. chinese acupuncture and moxibustion. 2001;21(4):207 (chi*). Purpose To approach to therapeutic method for diabetic numbness of extremities. Methods 60 cases were randomly divided into group of scalp-acupuncture combined with acupoint-injection of vitamine BI and vitamine B, 2, and the control group who were administrated orally vitamine Bl. Results The therapeutic effects in the groups of scalpacupuncture combined with acupoint-injection was superior to that of the control group (P < 0. 01). Conclusion Scalp acupuncture combined with acupoint-injection has a definite therapeutic effect for diabetic numbness of extremities, obviously improving nervous lesion; It can be used as an important auxiliary therapeutic 409- gera: 93557/di/ra [OBSERVATION ON THERAPEUTIC EFFECT OF SCALP ACUPUNCTURE ON NEURALGIA OF PARAPLEGIA]. LI HUILAN. chinese acupuncture and moxibustion. 2001;21(4):209 (chi*). Purpose To explore therapeutic method of acupuncture for neuralgia of paraplegia. Methods 26 cases of neuralgia of paraplegia were treated with scalp acupuncture and needle embedding at Ashi point, and the therapeutic effect was assessed with NTQ questionnaire, and the results were analysed statistically. Results After treatment, pain of the patient relieved significantly, PRI was reduced aversely by 7 scores and PPI 1 .5 scores, with significantly difference before and after treatment, P < 0. 0 1. Conclusion The therapy has a better therapeutic 410- gera: 93560/di/ra [EFFECTS OF SCALP ACUPUNCTURE ON PLASMA ET1,MDA AND NO CONTENTE IN THE PATIENT OF CEREBRAL INFARCTION]. WANG GUANGYI. chinse acupuncture and moxibustion. 2001;21(4):241 (chi*). Purpose To investigate effects of scalp acupuncture on levels of plasma ET- 1, NMA and NO in the patient of cerebral infarction. Methods One hundred cases of cerebral infarction were randomly divided into scalp acupuncture group and control group, and their scores of nervous function defection and plasma levels of endothelia's (ET-1), malondiadehyde (MDA) and nitric oxide (NO) before and after acupuncture were observed and the results in the scalp acupuncture group were compared with those of the control group. Results The cumulative score of nervous function defection extent decreased significantly, plasma levels of ET-1 and NDA lowered markedly and NO level raised after scalp acupuncture. Conclusion Therapeutic action of scalp acupuncture on cerebral infarction is possibly carried out partially through inhibiting injury of endothelial cells or promoting repair of the injury, so as to keep the balance of ET-1 and NO, at the same time, this is related to inhibition of lipid 411- gera: 95299/di/ra [CLINICAL STUDY ON TREATMENT OF CEREBRAL APOPLEXY WITH PENETRATION NEEDLING OF SCALP ACUPOINTS]. SUN HUAILING ET AL. chinese acupuncture and moxibustion. 2001;21(5):275 (chi*). Purpose: To observe therapeutic effect of penetration needling of scalp acupoints on cerebral apoplexy. Methods: two hundred and fourty cases of cerebral apoplexy were randomly divided into the treatment group in which 120 cases were treated with penetration needling on the Anterior Temporal Oblique Line, the control group 1) in which 60 cases were treated with scalp acupuncture on Jiao's Motor Area and the control group 2) in which 60 cases treated with body acupuncture. Symptoms, physical signs and cerebrovascular hemodynamic indexes before and after treatment of 30 days were compared. Results: the therapy has a certain therapeutic effect in improving symptoms and physical signs, restoring functional movements of limbs and improving cerebral blood circulation in the patient of apoplexy 1) and the control group 2) respectively (P<0.01) and the control group 1) compared with the control group 2) (P<0.05). Conclusion: the therapeutic effect in the control group is superior to that in the control group 1) or 2) and the control group 1) is superior to the control group 2). 412- gera: 95669/di/ra CLINICAL RESEARCH ON TREATMENT OF PREMONITORY APOPLEXY WITH ELECTROACUPUNCTURE OF HEAD POINTS. DU GUOJUN ET AL. international journal of clinical acupuncture. 2001;12(1):15 (eng). 62 cases with premonitory apoplexy were divided into a study group treated with electro-acupuncture which consisted of 32 subjects, and a control group which consisted of 30 subjects treated with aspirin at random. The author observed the patients' symptoms, signs, frequency of attacks, index of blood rheology, platelet aggregation rate, etc. The results showed that the improvement of symptoms in the study group is better than that in the control group (P < 0.01); there was a significant difference in favour of the study group (P < 0.05) in the improvement of index of blood rheology; the quick control effect in premonitory apoplexy in the study was better than that in the control group (P < 0.01). Conclusion: electroacupuncture therapy is a safe and easy method, which is effective in the prevention and 413- gera: 96768/di/ra [CLINICAL OBSERVATION ON 50 PATIENTS WITH HEADACHE TREATED WITH SCALP-ACUPUNCTURE]. TANG WENZHONG. journal of clinical acupuncture and moxibustion. 2001;17(7):40 (chi). 414- gera: 97441/di/ra [TREATMENT OF APOPLECTIC APHASIA BY SCALP ACUPUNCTURE AS THE CHIEF MEASURE: A CLINICAL OBSERVATION OF 50 CASES]. WANG SUXIA, YANG CHUANBIAO. new journal of traditional chinese medicine. 2001;33(9):47 (chi). 415- gera: 97769/di/ra [CONTRAST STUDY ON PROLAPSE OF LUMBAR INTERVERTEBRAL DISC TREATED WITH BODY ACUPUNCTURE ABDOMEN ACUPUNCTURE AND SCALP ACUPUNCTURE]. REN XINRONG ET AL. journal of clinical acupuncture and moxibustion. 2001;17(10):1 (chi). 416- gera: 99402/di/ra [CLINICAL OBSERVATION ON 230 CASES OF LUMBAR INTERVERTEBRAL DISKS HERNIA TREATED BY HEAD ACUPUNCTURE AND RESTITUTION MANEUVER]. XIANG KAIWEI. journal of guiyang college of traditional chinese medicine. 2001;23(4):31 (chi). 417- gera: 101213/di/ra [THE INFLUENCE OF SCALP MAGNETIC ACUPUNCTURE ON THE EFFECT OF ACUTE CEREBRAL INFARCTION]. TANG QIANG ET AL. information on tcm. 2001;18(6):45 (chi*). Objective: The research is that pulse magnetic acupuncture in

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scalp point affect the nerve function and clinic effect of acute cerebral infarction patients. Method: To divede the patients 90 cases of acute cerebral infarction into three groups: pulse magnetic acupunture, normal scalp acupuncture and static magnetic acupuncture, and cevery group bas the patients 30 cases. To adopt the assessment of the clinic nerve function injure degree and clinic eff ect to assess the patients nerve f unction. Result: Pulse magnetic acupuncture is betler than static magnetic acupuncture to improve the clinic nerve function of patients (P< 0. 01), and have the saine effect with the normal scalp acupuncture ( P > 0. 05 ). Conclusion: The pulse magnetic needle apparatus bas the adoantage of nontraumaticsuture, indolenle, noninfection, general use, acceptance by patient, and may cure of acute 418- gera: 103761/di/ra [TREATMENT OF CEREBRAL VASCULAR DISEASE COMPLICATED WITH INTELLECTUAL DISTURBANCE USING COMBINED METHOD OF HEAD ACUPUNCTURE AND POINT INJECTION]. ZHANG JING. hebei journal of tcm. 2001;23(5):363 (chi*). Objective: To evaluate the curative effects and mechanism of integration of head acupuncture and point injection on cerebral vascular disease complicated with intellectual disturbance. Methods: 74 patients with cerebral vascular disease complicated with intellectual disturbance were randomly allocated to two groups. In treatment group (n=40) integration of head acupuncture (zhisanzhen, sishenzhen) and point injection (Baihui, Yamen, Fengchi, Shenting and Shenting) of acetyl glutamine and fursultiaminum was utilized and in control group (n=34) cerebralysin was taken by intravenous infusion. Results: there was a significant difference of total therapeutic rate between both groups. Conclusions: integration of head acupuncture and point injection of acetyl glutamine and fursultiaminum can produce a definite effect on cerebral vascular disease complicated with intellectual 419- gera: 103816/di/ra STUDY ON SCALP ELECTROACUPUNCTURE TREATMENT OF APOPLEXY AND ITS INFLUENCE ON HEMORHEOLOGY IN ISCHEMIC APOPLEXY PATIENTS. LI YINGKUN, ET AL. world journal of acupuncturemoxibustion . 2001;11(4):18 (eng). Objectives: To compare the therapeutic effect of scalpelectroacupuncture with that of conventional body acupuncture for apoplexy (wind stroke) and to observe the influence of both acupuncture therapies on hemorheology of ischemic apoplexy. Methods: 183 patients, whose diseases are attributed to apoplexy according to the diagnostic criteria, are randomly divided into treatment group (93 cases) and control group (90 cases) and treated respectively with scalp-electroacupuncture and conventional body acupuncture. 11 items of hemorheology of patients' blood samples are tested with NXE-1 Viscometer which are taken in the early morning before and after treatment under fasting condition. Results: Both scalpelectroacupuncture and conventional body acupuncture exert therapeutic effect for apoplexy, but the effect of scalpelectroacupuncture is obviously better than that of conventional acupuncture (P < 0.05); both treatment group and control group are statistically significant in reducing plasma viscosity, high shear reduced viscosity, low shear reduced viscosity, erythrocyte sedimentation rate, hematocrit and fibrinogen, (P < 0. 01 and 0.05); while the treatment group is statistically significant in reducing whole blood viscosity, ratio of whole blood viscosity, erythrocyte index of rigidity and electrophoresis time of erythrocyte (P < 0. 01 0. 05) , but the control group is not significant statistically in influencing these indexes (P>0.05). 420- gera: 104300/di/ra [SCALP ACUPUNCTURE IN COMBINATION WITH POINTPRESSING IN THE TREATMENT OF 22 CASES OF CERVICAL VERTIGO]. DING XI-RUI, GU YONG-MING LIU SU-FEN. henan traditional chinese medicine. 2001;21(3):57 (chi). 421- gera: 104382/di/ra CLINICAL OBSERVATION ON THE TREATMENT OF ACUTE CEREBRAL INFARCTION WITH SCALPACUPUNCTURE . WU XUPING, ET AL. world journal of acupuncture-moxibustion. 2001;11(3):24 (eng*). Abstract: In the present paper, the authors report the findings of scalp-acupuncture treatment of 50 cases of acute cerebral infarction. A total of 100 patients were randomly divided into scalp acupuncture group (n=50) and medication control group (n=50). In the former group, penetration needling from Baihui (GV 20) to Qianding (GV 21) and from Shuaigu (GB 8) to Xuanli (GB 6) was performed, followed by conducting electroacupuncture (EA) stimulation; while in control group, intravenous drip of Ligustrazine injectio 120 mg plus 5% glucose solution 250 mL (once daily, with 14 days being a therapeutic course) was given in the first therapeutic course and then intravenous drip of Piracetum injectio (2 g plus 5% glucose or normal saline 250 ml_, once daily, continuously for 14 days) conducted in the second therapeutic course. Results: After treatment, of the 50 cases in scalp acupuncture group, 26 (52%) were recovered basically, 15 (30% ) had significant improvement, 7 (14% ) had improvement and 2 (4% ) failed in the treatment; while of the 50 cases in control group, 15 (30% ) recovered basically, 17 (34% ) had marked improvement, 16 (32%) had improvement and 2 (4%) failed in the treatment. The integral values of hemiplegia and aphasia of scalp acupuncture group were less than those of control group (P <0.01).` It indicates that the therapeutic effect of scalp acupuncture is superior to that of control group. 422- gera: 104640/di/ra [CLINICAL OBSERVATION ON TREATMENT OF MULTIPLE TOURETTE'S SYNDROME WITH SCALP ACUPUNCTURE.]. SHAN YONGHUA, YAO WEIJU. chinese acupuncture and moxibustion. 2001;21(6):331 (chi*). 423- gera: 104644/di/ra [OBSERVATION ON THERAPEUTIC EFFECT OF SCALP ACUPUNCTURE ON CONSTIPATION AFTER CEREBRAOVASCULAR DISORDERS.]. ZHOU WEI, WANG LIPING. chinese acupuncture and moxibustion. 2001;21(6):341 (chi*). 424- gera: 107461/di/ra [COMPARATIVE OBSERVATION ON SHORT-TERM THERAPEUTIE EFFECTS OF SCALP ACUPUNCTURE AND WESTERN MEDICINE ON ACUTE CEREBRAL INFARCTION]. CHEN YOUGUO. chinese acupuncture and moxibustion. 2001;21(10):589 (chi*). Combination of intracutaneous injection of acupoints with scalp electroacupuncture was used for treatment of 66 cases of acute cerebral infarction as the treatment group and routine treatment of Western medicine for 62 cases as the control group. Results indicated that total effective rate was 93. 9 % and 83. 9 % in the treatment group and the control group respectively with a significant difference between the two groups ( P < 0. 05) , the former being superior to the latter in the therapeutic effect. 425- gera: 101005/nd/re [VARIATIONS OF PAIN IN THE TREATMENT OF ONE CLASSICAL ACUPUNCTURE POINT VERSUS ONE POINT OF YAMAMOTO'S NEW SCALP ACUPUNCTURE]. OGAL HP ET AL. anasthesiol intensivmed notfallmed schmerzther. 2002;37(6):326-32 (deu). 426- gera: 101403/di/ra [EFFECT OF PENETRATION ACUPUNCTURE OF AFFECTED SIDE'S AND BILATERAL SCALP POINTS ON TCD IN ACUTE CEREBRAL INFARCTION]. SHEN TE-LI ET AL. shanghai journal of acupuncture and moxibustion. 2002;21(1):8 (chi*). Purpose and Method : Scalp point -t through-point point -acup acupuncture acupuncture was used to treat apoplectic hemiplegia. Transcranial Doppler ultrasonography was performed for a clinical experiment research into the relationship between acupuncture and its effect in 54 cases of acute cerebral infarction. Results and Conclusion : A change in TCD was better in acupuncture of bilateral scalp points than in acupuncture of affected side's points. Acupuncture of bilateral scalp points may promote compensation for bilateral cerebral blood so as to regulate bilateral cerebral blood flow and

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improve cerebral blood supply. Different ranges of acupuncture produce different forms and degrees of influence on collateral circulation. The effect of acupuncture of bilateral scalp 427- gera: 101404/di/ra [INFLUENCE OF SCALP ACUPUNCTURE ON SERUM TUMOR NECROSIS FACTOR IN PATIENTS WITH ACUTE CEREBRAL INFARCTION]. ZHOU WEI ET AL. shanghai journal of acupuncture and moxibustion. 2002;21(1):11 (chi*). Purpose : To observe the influence of scalp acupuncture on serum tumor necrosis factor in patients with acute cerebral infarction. Methods Sixty cases of acute cerebral infarction were randomly divided into an acupuncture group and a nonacupuncture group. Enzyme linked immunoassay was used to measure serum TNF before and after acupuncture and evaluate limb function. Results : Serum TNF dropped in both the groups after the treatment was finished, but it did markedly in the acupuncture group and there was a significant difference (P<0.01). The evaluation of limb function showed that it improved markedly in the acupuncture group after 15 days and there was a significant difference between before and after acupuncture (P<0.05), while it did not in the control group 15 days after general treatment. Conclusion : Scalp acupuncture in the early stage of acute cerebral Infarction can decrease serum TNF content and promote the recovery of brain tissues and limb function. 428- gera: 102003/di/ra [CLINICAL OBSERVATION ON 118 CASES OF ISCHEMIC APOPLEXY TREATED WITH CATGUT-EMBEDDING AT SCALP-ACUPOINTS COMBINED WITH MEDICATION]. MENG FANHUI, MENG QINGLIANG, LIU WENXIA. chinese acupuncture and moxibustion. 2002;22(5):305 (chi*). Methods : Two hundred and thirty-six cases of Ischemic apoplexy were randomly divided into the treatment group (118 cases) who were treated with catgut embedding at scalp acupoints combined with medication, and the control group (118 cases) who were treated with simple medicine, and their therapeutic effects were compared. Results : The clinical therapeutic effect of the catgut embedding at scalp acupoints combined with medication was superior to that of the control group (P<0.05) ; In the treatment group, the therapeutic effect of the patient with a duration of illness within 10 days was superior to that within 11-30 days and over one month (P<0.01, P<0.05) ; and the therapeutic effect of the patient below 50 years old was superior to that of between 51-70 years old and over 71 years (P.<0.05, P<0.01), and incomplete hemiplagia. was superior to that complete hemiplagia (P<0.01). Conclusions : Catgut embedding at scalp acupoints combined with medication has really therapeutic effect and has higher therapeutic effect for the patient with shorter duration of illness, younger and incomplete hemiplagia. 429- gera: 102914/di/ra OBSERVATION ON THE THERAPEUTIC EFFECT OF CTAIDED SURROUNDING NEEDLING TREATMENT OF ISCHEMIC STROKE. PAN WENYU, ET AL. world journal of acupuncture-moxibustion. 2002;12(1):16 (eng). 121 cases of ischemic stroke were randomly divided into CTaided surrounding needling group (CTASN, 61 cases) and scalp Acupuncture group (SA, 60 cases). After 30 sessions of treatment the therapeutic results of the two groups are significantly different (P< 0.05), the therapeutic effect of CTASN group is better than that of SA group. The plasma contents of TX132 and 6-keto-PGF1a of the two groups change considerably after acupuncture treatment, the change in CTASN group is more obvious. 430- gera: 102988/di/ra [OBSERVATION ON THE THERAPEUTIC EFFECT OF BOWEL-RELAXING ACUPUNCTURE THERAPY ON STROKE AT EARLY STAGE]. SONG JINGYING, ZHAI SUPING, SHEN WEIHONG. chinese acupuncture and moxibustion. 2002;22(6):369 (chi*). Purpose : To observe the clinical therapeutic effect of bowelrelaxing acupuncture therapy on stroke at early stage (24-28 hours). Methods : One hundred cases of stroke were randomly divided into the treatment group treated with bowel-relaxing acupuncture therapy at early stage, and the control group treated with routine acupuncture therapy, including scalp acupuncture and body acupuncture, after stroke for one week. Results : The curative effect in the treatment group was better than that in the control group with a significant difference (P<0.05). Conclusion Bowel- relaxing acupuncture therapy can increase significantly the curative effect on stroke at early stage. 431- gera: 103000/di/ra [OBSERVATION ON THERAPEUTIC EFFECT OF CRISSCROSS SCALP ACUPUNCTURE WITH LONG NEEDLE- RETAINING TIME ON HEMIPLEGIA DUE TO APOPLEXY]. QIN LIHONG. chinese acupuncture and moxibustion. 2002;22(6):397 (chi*). Purpose : To observe the clinical therapeutic effect of hemiplegia due to apoplexy treated by crisscross scalp acupuncture with long needle-retaining, time. Methods : 124 cases were randomly divided into the treatment group who were treated by crisscross scalp acupuncture with long needleretaining time and the control group who. were treated with traditional scalp acupuncture to observe the transient and long-term therapeutic effects. Results : The transient therapeutic effect in the treatment group was as good as that of the control grow. But, its long-term therapeutic effect was superior to that of the control group (P<0.05), and the markedly effective rate in the treatment group was 71.3% which was significantly superior to 45.5 % in the control group (P<0.05). Conclusion : The crisscross scalp acupuncture with long needle-retaining time is an effective method for hemiplegia due to 432- gera: 105454/di/ra [SCALP ACUPUNCTURE AND EARLY BLOOD VESSEL REOPENING]. CAI JING-ZHOU, PAN JIN-YAO. shanghai journal of acupuncture and moxibustion. 2002;21(4):9 (chi*). Purpose: To observe the effect of scalp acupuncture on the early reopening of cerebral blood vessels and the focus of infarct in patients with cerebral infarction. Methods: Thirty-five cases of cerebral Infarction (a scalp acupuncture group) were treated by acupuncture of the patients' scalp vasomotor area. The results were compared with those in a simple medication group (control group). Results TCD and CT examinations showed that the early reopening of cerebral blood vessels, the contraction of the focus, and the improvement of the clinical symptoms in the scalp acupuncture group were significantly different from those in the control group (P<O. 01). Conclusion: The early scalp acupuncture treatment of cerebral infarction can advance the time of blood vessel reopening, reduce the focus of infarct and relieve the clinical symptoms. Meanwhile, it can decrease the danger of post-infarction 433- gera: 105487/di/ra [ALTERNATIVE USE OF SCALP ACUPUNCTURE AND TEMPORAL THREE-NEEDLES FOR EARLY STROKE]. LI JUYAN, DU HONGBIN. shaanxi journal of traditional chinese medicine. 2002;23(8):733 (chi). 434- gera: 105959/di/ra [CLINICAL OBSERVATION ON TREATMENT OF INFANTILE CEREBRAL PALSY WITH STUCK NEEDLE METHOD OF SCALP ACUPUNCTURE]. MI SHUGUANG. chinese acupuncture and moxibustion. 2002;22(7):461 (chi*). Purpose: To observe the therapeutic effect of acupuncture on infantile cerebral palsy. Methods: 150 cases of infantile cerebral palsy were treated with stuck needle method of scalp acupuncture as treatment group and 70 cases were treated with conventional acupuncture as control group, and their therapeutic effects were compared. Results: The treatment group had obvious therapeutic effects in improvement of motor function and increase of intelligence, which were superior to those of t . he control group. Conclusion: Retaining needle method of scalp 435- gera: 106004/di/ra CLINICAL OBSERVATION ON SCALP ACUPUNCTURE

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TREATMENT IN 50 CASES OF HEADACHE. TANG WENZHONG. journal of traditional chinese medicine. 2002;22(3):190 (eng). 436- gera: 106005/di/ra SCALP AND BODY ACUPUNCTURE FOR TREATMENT OF SENILE INSOMNIA - A REPORT OF 83 CASES. LU ZEQIANG. journal of traditional chinese medicine. 2002;22(3):193 (eng). 437- gera: 106007/di/ra CERVICAL SPONDYLOPATHY INVOLVING THE VERTEBRAL ARTERIES TREATED BY BODYACUPUNCTURE COMBINED WITH SCALPACUPUNCTURE IN 72 CASES. LI BAOMIN CHAI FUMING AND GAO HONGMING. journal of traditional chinese medicine. 2002;22(3):197 (eng). 438- gera: 106316/di/ra TREATMENT OF 50 CASES OF MIGRAINE BY SCALP ACUPUNCTURE COMBINED WITH ELECTRO-COMB STIMULATION. CAO RENJUN, ET AL. world journal of acupuncture-moxibustion. 2002;12(2):48 (eng). 439- gera: 107018/di/ra [CLINICAL THERAPEUTIC EFFECT OF SCALP ACUPUNCTURE ON PREMENSTRUAL TENSION SYNDROME]. HONG YUFANG. chinese acupuncture and moxibustion. 2002;22(9):597 (chi*). Purpose : To compare clinical therapeutic effects of scalp acupuncture and medicine for treatment of premenstrual tension syndrome to search the best therapy for it. Methods 66 cases were randomly divided into scalp acupuncture group (35 cases) and medication group (31 cases). For the scalp acupuncture group the Middle Line of Forehead and the Middle Line of Vertex were selected as main points, and adjuvant points according to different symptoms, and the medication group were treated with oral administration of provera, for 3 months. Results : There was a significant difference between the two groups in the therapeutic effect (P< 0. 05 ). Conclusion : The clinical therapeutic effect of the scalp acupuncture is better than that of the medication for 440- gera: 109101/di/ra CLINICAL OBSERVATION ON SCALP ACUPUNCTURE TREATMENT OF WINDSTROKE-CAUSED DYSPHAGIADYSPHONIA SYNDROME. HAN JIANHUA. world journal of acupuncture-moxibustion. 2002;12(3):17 (eng*). to observe the therapeutic effect of scalp acupuncture on cerebral blood flow in pseudobulbar bar paralysis patients for analyzing mechanisms of scalp-acupuncture in the treatment of wind stroke. Methods : A total of 38 inpatients (26 males and 12 females) were treated with electroacupuncture (EA) of scalp-point Dingzhongxian (MS 5), Dingnie Flouxiexian (MS 7), Dingpangxian 11 (MS 9) and Dingnie Qianxiexian (MS 6). Before and after acupuncture treatment, clinical symptoms of dysphagia and dysphonia were compared, and the mean blood flow speed (MBFS) values of the anterior cerebral artery (ACA), middle cerebral artery (MCA) and posterior cerebral artery (PCA) detected by using Doppler blood flow meter. Results : Following two courses (4 weeks) of scalp>acupuncture treatment, of the 38 cases, 23 had their dysphagia and dysphonia cured (60. 5 % ), 10 (25. 3 % ) had remarkable improvement, 3 (7. 9%) experienced improvement and 2 (5.3%) had no apparent changes. Simultaneously, MBFS of ACA, MCA and PCA increased significantly in comparison with that of pre-treatment ( P < 0. 0 1 ). Additionally, results also showed that scalp acupuncture could stabilize the blood circulation between both hemispheres of the brain. Conclusion : Scalp acupuncture has a fairly good therapeutic effect in improving stroke caused dysphagia and dysphonia and in facilitating cerebral blood flow. 441- gera: 109151/di/ra CLINICAL OBSERVATION ON SCALP ACUPUNCTURE TREATMENT OF WINDSTROKE-CAUSED DYSPHAGIADYSPHONIA SYNDROME. HAN JIANHUA. world journal of acupuncture-moxibustion. 2002;12(3):17 (eng*). To observe the therapeutic -effect of scalp acupuncture on cerebral blood flow in pseudobulbar bar paralysis patients for analyzing mechanisms of scalp-acupuncture in the treatment of wind stroke. Methods : A total of 38 inpatients (26 males and 12 females) were treated with electroacupuncture (EA) of scalp-point Dingzhongxian (MS 5), Dingnie Houxiexian (MS 7), Dingpangxian 11 (MS 9) and Dingnie Qianxiexian (MS 6). Before and after acupuncture treatment, clinical symptoms of dysphagia and dysphonia were compared, and the mean blood flow speed (MBFS) values of the anterior cerebral artery (ACA), middle cerebral artery (MCA) and posterior cerebral artery (PCA) detected by using Doppler blood flow meter. Results : Following two courses (4 weeks) of scalpacupuncture treatment, of the 38 cases, 23 had their dysphagia and dysphonia cured (60. 5 % ), 10 (25. 3 % ) had remarkable improvement, 3 (7. 9 % ) experienced improvement and 2 (5. 3 % ) had no apparent changes. Simultaneously, MBFS of ACA, MCA and PCA Increased significantly in comparison with that of pre-treatment (P< 0. 01). Additionally, results also showed that scalp acupuncture could stabilize the blood circulation between both hemispheres of the brain. Conclusion : Scalp acupuncture has a fairly good therapeutic effect in improving stroke caused dysphagia and dysphonia and in facilitating cerebral blood flow. 442- gera: 109244/di/cg STUDY ON MENTALLY RETARDED CHILDREN TREATED WITH SCALP ACUPUNCTURE. LIU ZHEN HUAN. wfas international symposium on acupuncture. 2002;:197 (eng). 443- gera: 110269/di/ra [SCALP ACUPUNCTURE FOR TREATMENT OF APOPLEXY AND EFFECT ON PLASMA ET CONTENT ]. ZHANG HONGXING, ZHANG TANGFA. chinese acupuncture and moxibustion. 2002;22(12):831 (chi*). Purpose : To observe clinical therapeutic effect of scalp acupuncture on apoplexy and action of ET. Methods : 30 cases of apoplexy were treated with scalp acupuncture at Dingnie Qianxiexian (MS 6) and Dingnie Houxiexian (NIS 7), and contents of plasma endothelin (ET) were determined before and after treatment. Results : After the treatment, the markedly effective rate was 70 - 0 %, the total effective was 90. 0 %, and the over-raised content of plasma ET was decreased (P<0.01). Conclusion : Scalp acupuncture has a good curative effect on apoplexy, which is possibly carried out through regulation on ET content. 444- gera: 110653/di/ra [CLINICAL OBSERVATION ON TREATMENT OF PSEUDOBULBAR PARALYSIS WITH SCALP ACUPUNCTURE AND SUBLINGUAL ACUPUNCTURE]. LIU YUMIN. journal of clinical acupuncture and moxibustion. 2002;18(12):15 (chi). 445- gera: 113308/di/ra [CLINICAL STUDY ON POSITIVE COHERENCE EFFECT OF ACTIVATING BLOOD CIRCULATION AND INDUCING BLOOD STASIS IN TREATMENT OF SEQUELAE OF ISCHEMIC APOPLEXY MAINLY BY SCALP ACUPOINTS]. TANG SHENGXIU. chinese acupuncture and moxibustion. 2002;22(2):79 (chi*). 446- gera: 113320/di/ra [MEMORY METHODS OF LOCATIONS AND INDICATIONS OF SCALP ACUPUNCTURE]. TIAN KAIYU. chinese acupuncture and moxibustion. 2002;22(2):113 (chi*). 447- gera: 116299/di/ra [CLINICAL STUDY ON POSITIVE COHERENCE EFFECT OF ACTIVATING BLOOD CIRCULATION AND INDUCING BLOOD STASIS IN TREATMENT OF SEQUELAE OF ISCHEMIC APOPLEXY MAINLY BY SCALP ACUPOINTS]. TANG SHENGXIU. chinese acupuncture and moxibustion. 2002;22(2):79 (chi*). Purpose : To Study on the positive coherence effects of activating blood stasis and inducing blood stasis in treatment of sequelae of ischemic apoplexy by scalp acupoints as main and body acupoints. Methods : Scalp acupuncture acupoints as main and body acupoints were used respectively for treatment of sequelae of ischemic apoplexy, and the changes of blood rheology, blood triglyceride (TG) , total cholesterol

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(TC) , high desity Lipoprotein-cholestero l(HDL-C) and LDL-C, and D-Dimer before and after treatment, and therapeutic effects of the two groups were compared. Results : 'Mere were very significant differences in changes of blood rheology, the four indexes of blood lipids and D-Dimer before and after treatment, and the two groups had better therapeutic effects, and specially, in the scalp acupoint group the therapeutic effect is significant. Conclusion : Acupuncture has double actions of activating blood circulation and inducing blood stasis at the same time, and they exert positive 448- gera: 116311/di/ra [MEMORY METHODS OF LOCATIONS AND INDICATIONS OF SCALP ACUPUNCTURE ]. TIAN KAIYU. chinese acupuncture and moxibustion. 2002;22(2):113 (chi*). In the 6th edition of TCM higher education textbook, Acupuncture anti moxibustion, the locations and indications of scalp-acupuncture are introduced in order of the four regions, forehead, vertex, temporal and occiput, respectively. In order to make the memory easier, the author classifies the 14 standard scalp acupuncture lines into two ordinates (IO lines) and diagonals (4 lines) I and sub-classifies them according to their anatomic regions and involved acupoints, By comparing and analyzing their locations and indications, some simple and easy - memory features have been summed up. This article win benefit to quickly learn and practice scalp acupuncture for TCM college students and medical workers who have not studied acupuncture systematically. 449- gera: 133489/di/ra ESTUDIO DEL EFECTO DE LA ACUPUNTURA CRANEAL SOBRE EL INFARTO CEREBRAL. X. medicina energetica. 2002;16:26 (esp). 450- gera: 139322/di/ra ESTUDIO DEL EFECTO DE LA ACUPUNTURA CRANEAL SOBRE EL INFARTO CEREBRAL. X. medicina energetica. 2002;16:26 (esp). 451- gera: 111471/di/ra [OBSERVATION OF CURATIVE EFFECT ON ACUTE CEREBRAL INFARCTION TREATED WITH SCALP ACUPUNCTURE]. YANG GUORONG ET AL. hubei journal of tcm. 2003;25(1):9 (chi). 452- gera: 112617/di/ra [OBSERVATION ON THERAPEUTIC EFFECT OF SCALP ACUPUNCTURE PLUS MEDICINE ON EARLY CEREBRAL INFARCTION]. YU CHANGDE, WU BINGHUANG, HONG ANHUI, ET AL. chinese acupuncture and moxibustion. 2003;23(2):67 (chi*). 453- gera: 113918/di/ra [CLINICAL STUDY ON HEAD POINT-THROUGH-POINT ELECTROACUPUNCTURE FOR TREATMENT OF PARKINSON'S DISEASE]. WANG SHUN, ZHOU ZHENKUN, HU BINGCHENG, ET AL. chinese acupuncture and moxibustion. 2003;23(3):129 (chi*). 454- gera: 114278/di/ra [TREATMENT OF 36 POST-APOPLECTIC DYSOPSIA PATIENTS WITH SCALP ACUPUNCTURE AND FOUR PERIOCULAR ACUPOINTS]. ZHANG YL ZHANG J,WANG LS. shanghai journal of acupuncture and moxibustion. 2003;22(4):6 (chi*). 455- gera: 114462/di/ra [OBSERVATION OF CURATIVE EFFECT ON ACUTE CEREBRAL INFARCTION TREATED WITH SCALP ACUPUNCTURE]. YANG GUORONG ET AL. hubei journal of tcm. 2003;25(1):9 (chi). 456- gera: 115608/di/ra [OBSERVATION ON THERAPEUTIC EFFECT OF SCALP ACUPUNCTURE PLUS MEDICINE ON EARLY CEREBRAL INFARCTION]. YU CHANGDE, WU BINGHUANG, HONG ANHUI, ET AL. chinese acupuncture and moxibustion. 2003;23(2):67 (chi*). Objective : To search for the best method of increasing the therapeutic effect of early cerebral infarction (CI). Methods : 60 cases of CI were randomly divided into group A and group B. The group B were treated by CI early routine medicinal therapy, and the group A were treated by scalp acupuncture therapy on the basis of the CI early routine medicinal therapy. After one therapeutic course, the therapeutic effect and changes of malondialdehyde (MDA) were investigated. Results :After treatment, nervous functions in the group A and B improved significantly and MDA decreased as compared with that before treatment (P< 0.01 or P< 0.05) respectively, and there was significant difference between the two groups in MDA content (P<0.01). Before and after treatment MDA contents and scores of nervous function showed significantly positive correlation (P<0.05). Conclusion : The therapeutic effect of the group A was superior to that of the group B, and MDA contents and improvement of nervous function 457- gera: 117269/di/ra [TREATMENT OF 36 POST-APOPLECTIC DYSOPSIA PATIENTS WITH SCALP ACUPUNCTURE AND FOUR PERIOCULAR ACUPOINTS]. ZHANG YL ZHANG J,WANG LS. shanghai journal of acupuncture and moxibustion. 2003;22(4):6 (chi*). Purpose : To observe the curative effect of scalp acupuncture plus needling four periocular acupoints on postapoplectic dysopsia and its influences on rheoencephalogram and intraorbital rheogram. Methods : Visual acuity and visual field were used as criteria for assessing clinical effects. Thirty-six cases of post-apoplectic dysopsia were treated by scalp acupuncture plus needling four periocular acupoints. Their improvement in visual acuity and field, and posttreatment rheoencephalogram and intraorbital rheogram were observed. Results : The total curative rate reached 97. 2%. The course of treatment was closely related to the curative effect. Scalp acupuncture plus needling four periocular acupoints could improve cerebral and intraorbital blood flow. Conclusion : Scalp acupuncture plus needling four periocular acupoints can improve visual acuity and field and cerebral and 458- gera: 118332/di/ra SCALP ACUPUNCTURE THERAPY. X. journal of acupuncture and tuina science. 2003;1(4):14 (eng). 459- gera: 118900/di/ra [CLINICAL STUDY ON TREATMENT OF INFANTILE CEREBRAL PALSY BY SCALP ACUPUNCTURE COMBINED WITH MODEM REHABILITATION]. JIA JIE. chinese acupuncture and moxibustion. 2003;23(9):513 (chi*). 460- gera: 119776/di/ra [EFFECT OF SOMATOSENSORY EVOKED POTENTIAL OF RATS WITH ACUTE CEREBRAL HEMORRHAGE TREATED WITH SCALP ACUPUNCTURE]. WANG YUQI, LUO CUIFANG, TENG XIU-YING, ET AL. information on tcm. 2003;20(3):47 (chi). 461- gera: 119782/di/ra [OBSERVATION ON COMBINATION OF SCALP ACUPUNCTURE WITH ACUPOINT-INJECTION DECREASING INCIDENCE OF CHILD CEREBRAL PALSY]. PENG GUILAN, ZHANG LING. chinese acupuncture and moxibustion. 2003;23(5):263 (chi*). 462- gera: 120413/di/ra [TREATMENT OF APOPLECTIC SPASTIC HEMIPARALYSIS BY SSALP ACUPUNCTURE IN COMBINATION WITH RELAXING NEEDLING IN 36 CASES.]. WANG HONG-FENG ET AL. journal of traditional chinese medicine and chinese materia medica of jilin. 2003;23(4):33 (chi). 463- gera: 121179/di/ra [EFFECT OF SCALP ACUPUNCTURE THERAPY ON CEREBRAL BASIC FIBROBLAST GROWTH FACTOR EXPRESSION IN CEREBRAL ISCHEMIA RATS]. ZHANG HAI-FENG, CUI HAI TANG QIANG. acupuncture research. 2003;28(1):17 (chi*).

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464- gera: 121232/di/ra TREATMENT OF 38 CASES OF ACUTE LUMBAR MUSCLE SPRAIN BY SCALP-ACUPUNCTURE. ZHU GEN-KUI. journal of acupuncture and tuina science. 2003;1(1):61 (eng). 465- gera: 121395/di/ra [OBSERVATION ON EFFICACY OF CT POSITIONING SCALP CIRCUM-NEEDLING COMBINED WITH CHINESE HERBAL MEDICINE IN TREATING POLY-INFARCTIONAL VASCULAR DEMENTIA*]. LUN XIN, RONG LI, YANG WENHUI. chinese journal of integrated traditional and western medicine. 2003;23(6):423 (chi*). 466- gera: 122473/di/ra [EFFECT OF SCALP ACUPUNCTURE ON BLOOD RHEOLOGY, BLOOD LIPID, APOPROTEIN OF PATIENTS WITH APOPLEXY]. ZHANG HONGXING . journal of emergency in tcm. 2003;12(5):409 (chi*). 467- gera: 122769/di/ra [CLINICAL STUDY ON TREATMENT OF HYPERACTIVE AND COPROPHASIC SYNDROME WITH SCALP ACUPUNCTURE PLUS CHINESE MEDICINE]. CHI X(, JIN Z,CUI, ET AL . shanghai journal of acupuncture and moxibustion. 2003;22(10):15 (chi*). 468- gera: 123225/di/ra [EVALUATION ON EFFICACY OF SCALP-ACUPUNCTURE IN TREATMENT OF STROKE MODEL RATS (SHRSP)]. WANG HONGDU, ZENG XIAORONG, CHEN LIHUA, ET AL. journal of tcm. 2003;44(10):744 (chi). 469- gera: 123665/di/ra [EVALUATION ON EFFICACY OF SCALP-ACUPUNCTURE IN TREATMENT OF STROKE MODEL RATS (SHRSP)]. WANG HONGDU, ZENG XIAORONG, CHEN LIHUA, ET AL. journal of tcm. 2003;44(10):744 (chi). 470- gera: 126528/di/ra TREATMENT OF INFANTILE CEREBRAL PALSY BY SCALP ACUPUNCTURE COMBINED WITH POINT INJECTION IN 48 CASES. SU LI-MIN XIANG LI-MIN. journal of acupuncture and tuina science. 2003;1(6):9 (eng*). The author treated forty-eight cases of infantile cerebral palsy with scalp acupuncture and point injection. After two courses of treatment the infants made progress in different degrees. Eight cases were cured, sixteen cases were obviously improved, twenty-two cases were improved and two cases were unchanged. The total effective rate was 471- gera: 126529/di/ra CLINICAL OBSERVATION OF INFANTILE CEREBRAL PALSY MAINLY TREATED BY SCALP ACUPUNCTURE. REN YI-ZHONG, CHENRUI-HUA, LIAO RONG-GUI. journal of acupuncture and tuina science. 2003;1(6):11 (eng*). Purpose: The clinical effects of scalp acupuncture in treating infantile cerebral palsy were observed. Methods: Forty-five patients were treated by scalp acupuncture, functional exercise, intravenous drip, and parents' instructive training. Results: Basic recovery occurred in 4 cases, marked effectiveness in 21 cases and effectiveness in 15 cases. The total effective rate was 88.9%. The shorter duration and the longer course were, the better curative effects got. Conclusion: A combined treatment of scalp acupuncture, physiotherapy and intravenous drip can markedly improve clinical symptoms, signs, and intelligence in children with cerebral palsy. 472- gera: 126537/di/ra TREATMENT OF 36 INFANTILE ENURESIS CASES BY SCALP ACUPUNCTURE AND BODY ACUPUNCTURE. LI PING, YUE LAN. journal of acupuncture and tuina science. 2003;1(6):28 (eng*). By classification with syndrome differentiation into the three patterns of deficient cold in the lower energizer, qi deficiency in the spleen and lung and damp heat in the Liver Meridian, 43 cases of enuresis were treated by puncturing Baihui (GV 20), Guanyuan (CV 4) and Sanyinjiao (SP 6). After two courses of the treatment, the results showed cure in 28 cases, improvement in 13 cases and failure in 2 cases. 473- gera: 133469/di/ra EFFECTIVENESS OF YAMAMOTO NEW SCALP ACUPUNCTURE (YNSA) FOR THE RELIEF OF PAIN OF THE LOCOMOTOR SYSTEM: AN OPEN, PROSPECTIVE, TOPOMETRICALLY CONTROLLED STUDY. SCHOCKER T,SCHUMPE G,AND CLAUDIA NICOLAY C,. medical acupuncture. 2003;15(1):26 (eng*). Background Patients treated with Yamamoto New Scalp Acupuncture (YNSA) often experience long-term relief from symptoms. Objective To evaluate the effectiveness of YNSA for the relief of pain of the locomotor system. Design, Setting, and Patients Prospective series of 104 German patients with severe movement-associated pain who were treated with a single application of YNSA via basic points and Y points selected according to the palpation results of a neck diagnosis. Depending on the duration of topometry, the needles were left in position for 3-9 minutes. A topometer was used to record patients' movements by an external computer-controlled ultrasonic emitter with an accuracy in the millimeter range. The participants described their subjective sensation of pain before and after treatment via a visual analog scale (VAS) for pain. All patients were interviewed by telephone a few weeks later to document the success of the treatment.Main Outcome Measures The speed of YNSA efficacy and its enduring effects, the complaints for which it is particularly effective, and whether YNSA is suitable for emergency application.Results All together, 93.3% (n=97) of the patients regarded a single, brief application of YNSA as effective. The average VAS score before YNSA was 63/100; afterward the average was 19/100. A total of 50% of the patients (n=52) stated that they experienced complete relief of symptoms subjectively and by using the VAS. A total of 43.3% of the patients (n=45) experienced some relief after YNSA. Seven patients did not subjectively experience any effect. A total of 58.5% (n=55) of the patients experienced both objectively measurable (topometry) and subjectively stated relief or complete elimination of symptoms (on VAS), lasting from 1 hour to 382 days. Overall movement after YNSA remained constant in topometric measurements for 35.1% (n=33). Overall movement for 6.4% (n=6) measured topometrically was worse after YNSA than before. Conclusions YNSA can be an effective treatment especially for pain of the locomotor system and can provide subjective improvement for most patients. Due to its ease of application and its reliability, YNSA is particularly well suited for use in emergency treatment since a good long-term effect can be achieved by leaving the needles in position for 474- gera: 143954/di/ra SCALP ACUPUNCTURE IM LAND DER AUFGEHENDEN SONNE: EIN REISE- UND ERLEBNISBERICHT AUS JAPAN. VON ZECHMEISTER BJ. akupunktur theorie und praxis. 2003;31(4):243 (deu). 475- gera: 126557/di/ra TREATMENT OF PSEUDOBULBAR PARALYSIS BY SCALP ACUPUNCTURE AND SUBLINGUAL NEEDLING. LIU YUMIN. journal of tcm. 2004;24(1):26 (eng). 476- gera: 127643/di/ra [OBSERVATION ON THERAPEUTIC EFFECT OF 100 CASES OF APOPLEXY BY SCALP ACUPUNCTURE AND CT LOCALIZATION]. XIA YANG, ZHU TIAN-ZHONG, SONG YA-GUANG, ET, AL. journal of clinical acupuncture and moxibustion. 2004;20(4):4 (chi*). 477- gera: 129393/di/ra [CONTROLLED STUDY ON BODY ACUPUNCTURE AND SCALP ACUPUNCTURE FOR TREATMENT OF ISCHEMIC APOPLEXY ]. TAN JI-LIN, LIGUO-HUI . chinese acupuncture and moxibustion. 2004;24(6):371 (chi*). Objective To observe therapeutic effect of body acupuncture on ischemic apoplexy at different stages. Methods Fifty-nine cases of ischemic apoplexy were randomly divided into the treatment group treated by body acupuncture and the scalp acupuncture group treated by scalp acupuncture. They were treated for 28 days. Results The score for the degree of

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neurologic impairment was decreased and for FIM in the both treatment groups was significantly increased, with significant differences between the two groups (P<0. 05). Conclusion Body acupuncture at different stages can improve promote of neurologic impairment and can obviously increase ability for daily life. 478- gera: 129787/di/ra [OUTLINE ALIGNMENT WITH TCM HEAVEN-MAN COMMUNION AND SCALP ACUPUNCTURE CEREBELLUM NEW AREA ]. ANDREW QI WU. tianjin journal of tcm. 2004;21(3):252 (chi*). Abstract: -The theory of Heaven-Man communion in TCM is an exploration and excavation to the theory of TCM, and a new development of the theory of strengthening the body resistance. Chinese herbs, breathing technique stone needle and acupuncture reach the same goal by different ways, meanwhile it is eliminating pathogenic factors. It means frequency modulation, message regulation, and the method of Heaven-Man communion in TCM can adjust the maladjusted Taiji energy field. Scalp acupuncture cerebellum new area has been used to treat many difficult diseases, namely adopting Heaven-Man communion in TCM and scalp acupuncture therapy. 479- gera: 130061/di/ra [SELF-CONTROL STUDY ON TREATMENT OF TOURETTE SYNDROME BY SCALP ACUPUNCTURE]. TAN FENG, ZHANG TANG-FA. chinese acupuncture and moxibustion. 2004;24(3):181 (chi*). [Voir traduction anglaise ref gera:143293]. Objective To compare therapeutic effects of scalp acupuncture and tiapride on Tourette syndrome. Methods One hundred and forty cases who had no effect for tiapride treatment with the medication suspended for over one month were treated by scalp acupuncture with self-control method. After treatment of scalp acupuncture, changes of symptoms were assessed with the Yale Global Tic Severity Scale. Results The scores of motor tics, vocal tics and integrated trauma respectively decreased from 15. 30±5. 86, 9. 07±5. 31. 25. 13±9. 30 before treatment to 6.82±3. 54, 3. 77±3. 51, 13. 08±11. 91 after treatment (P<0. 01). Conclusion Scalp acupuncture can effectively control the motor tics, vocal ticE and integrated injury of Tourette 480- gera: 130155/di/ra [CLINICAL OBSERVATION ON THE TREATMENT OF PARKINSON'S DISEASE BY SCALP ]. YANG YAN, CHEN HONG-TAO. journal of clinical acupuncture and moxibustion. 2004;20(6):36 (chi*). Objective: To observe the effect of Scalp Acupuncture treatment for Parkinson's Disease. Methods:60 cases were divided into two groups, 30 cases in the control group were treated by regular western medicine and 30 cases in the therapy group were added by Scalp Acupuncture. Results: The total effective rate of the therapy group was 73. 3%, and the control group was 40%. The difference of effective rate Was significance (P < 0.05) . 481- gera: 130488/di/ra [EFFECT OF ELECTRO-SCALP ACUPUNCTURE ON BRAIN FUNCTIONAL IMAGING OF DEPRESSION]. HUANG Y, TANG AW, LI ET AL. shanghai journal of acupuncture and moxibustion. 2004;23(7):5 (chi*). Objective To observe the effect of electro-scalp acupuncture on cerebral glucose metabolism of depression by positron emission computed tomography (PET). Method 20 cases of depressive patients received electro-scalp acupuncture on Middle Line of Vertex (MSS), Middle Line of Forehead (MSD and bilateral Lateral Line 1 of Forehead (MS2). All the patients received PET examination before and after acupuncture treatment of 6 weeks. Then cerebral regions of interesting (ROI) were chosen and their average glucose metabolisms were counted half- quantitatively. The parameters were compared by t test. Results Electro-scalp acupuncture could increase the glucose metabolisms of the patients in bilateral frontal lobes, caudate nucleus, cingulated gyrus and cerebellum in different degrees. Conclusion Electro-scalp acupuncture on MS 1, 2 and 5 could increase the glucose metabolism of depressive patients in certain cerebral regions, which had the close relationship with its mechanism on treating 482- gera: 130704/di/ra [SCALP ACUPUNCTURE AND MASSAGE FOR TREATMENT OF PROLAPSE OF LUMBAR INTERVERTEBRAL DISC AND EFFECTS ON IMMUNE FUNCTIONS]. CUI JIN, XIANG KAI-WEI, LIANG YONG-YING . chinese acupuncture and moxibustion. 2004;24(7):445 (chi*). Objective To study clinical effectiveness and the immune mechanism of scalp acupuncture and massage for prolapse of lumbar intervertebral disc. Methods Fifty cases were divided at random into a scalp acupuncture plus massage group and a massage group, 25 cases in each group. and a control group of 20 cases was set up. Peripheral lymphocyte subsets and serum IgM and IgG levels before and after treatment and in the control group were determined. Results The clinical effectiveness in the scalp acupuncture plus massage group was superior to that in the massage group (P<0. 05). The ratio of T-lymphocyte subsets in the patient of prolapse of lumbar intervertebral disc decreased and serum IgG and IgM levels increased, and after scalp acupuncture and massage treatment, the ratio of T-lymphocyte subsets increased (P<0. 05) and the serum IgG and IgM levels restored normal (P <0.01), with significant difference as compared with that after treatment in the massage group (P<0.05). Conclusion Scalp acupuncture and massage has an obvious therapeutic effect on prolapse of lumbar intervertebral 483- gera: 130706/di/ra [TRANSIENT THERAPEUTIC EFFECT OF SCALP ACUPUNCTURE ON ANOXIA IN THE PATIENT OF CHRONIC BRONCHITIS ]. NI WEI-MIN, SHEN JIE, HUANG YUAN-FANG. chinese acupuncture and moxibustion. 2004;24(7):452 (chi*). 484- gera: 130904/di/ra [COMPARISON OF EFFECTS OF SCALP-ACUPUNCTURE, BODY-ACUPUNCTURE AND COMBINED APPLICATION OF ACUPUNCTURE AND MEDICINE ON CALMODULIN ACTIVITY IN CEREBRAL ISCHEMIA RATS ]. JIN ZHI-XIU, TU YA, HONG YIN-ZHU, ET AL. acupuncture research. 2004;29(1):18 (chi*). Objective: To observe the effect of scalp-acupuncture, bodyacupuncture and joint administration of acupuncture and medicine on cerebral ischemia induced changes of calmodulin (CaM) activity. Methods: 63 Wistar rats were randomly and evenly divided into control, sham-operation, model, scalpacupuncture (SA) , body-acupuncture - (BA) , SA + medicine and BA + medicine groups. Cerebral ischemia-reperfusion (IR) model was established by occlusion of the bilateral vertebral arteries and common carotid artery. Scalp-points "Shuigou" GV 26) and "Baihui" (GV 20), and body acupoints "Shangyang" (LI 1) and "Zhongchong" (PC 9) were punctured and stimulated electrically (20 Hz, I mA, continuous waves) for 20 min. In acupuncture + medication group, intra-gastric perfusion of Venoruton (0.45 g/kg) was given to the rats. CaM concentration in the brain was determined with radioimmunoassay. Results: In comparison with control and sham- operation groups, CaM content of model group increased considerably (P < 0.001) .Compared with model group, CaM contents of SA, BA, SA + medicine and BA + medicine groups all decreased significantly (P< 0.01 .0.001) . In comparison with SA group, CaM contents of both ,"'A+ medicine group and BA + medicine group were significantly lower (P<0.05) , but no significant differences were found between control group and sham-operation group, among BA, SA + medicine and BA + medicine groups, and between SA and BA groups in CaM contents (P > 0.05) . Conclusion: Both scalp-acupuncture and bodyacupuncture and joint administration of acupuncture and medicine can significantly lower CaM content of the brain tissue in cerebral ischemia rats, and the effect of SA + 485- gera: 131129/di/ra [A CLINICAL JUDGMENT OF SCL-90 ON TREATING 50 CASES OF DEPRESSION WITH SCALP ACUPUNCTURE]. HUANG Y, GONG W, ZOU J, ET AL. shanghai journal of

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acupuncture and moxibustion. 2004;23(3):5 (chi*). Objective To observe the effect of Scalp Acupuncture on treating depression by the judgment of Symptom Check List 90 (SCL-90). Methods Ninety-eight patients suffered from depression were randomly divided into 2 groups. Fifty patients in treatment group received the treatment of scalp acupuncture, while forty-eight patients in control group were taken fluoxetine. SCL-90 was used to judge the depressive condition before and 2, 4, 6 weeks after treatment. The scores before and after treatment in each group were compared. Results All the patients had remarkable improvement in depression after treatment proven by the judgment of SCL-90. Even if some differences appeared between 2 groups 2 and 4 weeks after treatment, they disappeared 6 weeks later. Conclusion 486- gera: 131840/di/ra [TRANSIENT THERAPEUTIC EFFECT OF SCALP ACUPUNCTURE ON ANOXIA IN THE PATIENT OF CHRONIC BRONCHITIS]. NI WEI-MIN, SHENJIE, HUANG YUAN-FANG . chinese acupuncture and moxibustion. 2004;24(7):452 (chi*). Objective To observe the improving extent of scalp acupuncture for anoxia in the patient of chronic bronchitis. Methods One hundred and one cases of acute attack of chronic bronchitis were randomly divided into scalp acupuncture group (n=34), medicine group (n=34) and control group (n=33). Results The heart rate, respiratory frequency, partial pressure of oxygen (Pa02) and partial pressure of carbon dioxide (PaCO2) in the scalp acupuncture group and the medicine group had significantly changes after treatment (all P<0. 001), and the therapeutic effects in the two groups were superior to that in the control group (P<0. 001). Conclusion Scalp acupuncture can improve anoxia in the patient of chronic bronchitis. Its therapeutic effect approaches that of 487- gera: 132731/di/ra CLINICAL APPLICATION AND CHARACTERISTICS OF KONG'S SCALP ACUPUNCTURE AND DAOYIN TECHNIQUE. JIANG LING-ZHEN. journal of acupuncture and tuina science. 2004;2(4):6 (eng). 488- gera: 133674/di/ra [TREATMENT OF ISCHEMIC STROKE WITH ELECTRIC SCALP ACUPUNCTURE]. XU XINXIA, JIAO WEI, ZHU CHAOYING . shaanxi journal of tcm. 2004;25(10):921 (chi). 489- gera: 133718/di/ra [EFFECTS OF SCALP ACUPUNCTURE ON PARIETAL GLUCOSE METABOLISM OF DEPRESSIVE PATIENTS]. HUANG YONG,TANG AN-WU,LI DONG-JIANG,ET AL. shandong journal of tcm. 2004;23(9):543 (chi). 490- gera: 133723/di/ra [OBSERVATIONS ON THE CURATIVE EFFECT OF SCALP ACUPUNCTURE ON 120 CASES OF ACUTE ISCHEMIC STROKE]. HAN JIAN-HUA . shanghai journal acupuncture and moxibustion. 2004;23(8):14 (chi*). Purpose To investigate the curative effect of scalp acupuncture on acute ischemic stroke. Method Acute ischemic stroke was treated by scalp acupuncture. Differences in serum malonic aldehyde (MAD) and glutathione peroxidase (GSHPX) between pre-treatment and post-treatment, and the curative effect scores were compared of the treatment group and the control group. Results and conclusion Scalp acupuncture had a remarkable antioxidant effect and could increase GSHPX activity and reduce MAD activity. There was a significant difference in curative effect score between the two groups (P< 0. 05). The mechanism is related to scalp acupuncture dilating blood vessels in the ischemic area, improving the blood supply to the brain and promoting the early formation of 491- gera: 133730/di/ra [REVIEW OF LITERATURE ON THE TREATMENT OF INFANTILE CEREBRAL PALSY BY SCALP ACUPUNCTURE]. SUN KE-XING , ZHANG HAI-MENG . shanghai journal acupuncture and moxibustion. 2004;23(8):38 (chi*). Scalp acupuncture has been widely applied to clinical treatment of infantile cerebral palsy. It mainly includes Jiao's, Tang's, Jing's and Lin's schools of scalp acupuncture. This article arranges literature published in recent years and discusses the theoretical basis for point formation and its practical characteristics in different systems of scalp acupuncture. It has been found: (1) The theory on which the distribution and formation of point areas were based is different, including Zang Xiang, and cerebral function location and neurophysiology in modern medicine. (2) The theory about point prescription, the depth of needle insertion, needling manipulation and the time for needle retention have different characteristics in different schools. (3) In the selection of scalp acupuncture system, generally one school was used as a main method, but in some cases two or more methods were also combined for use. To improve the clinical effect of scalp acupuncture on infantile cerebral palsy and further standardize its application, strict and scientific design and comparative observation of the combined application modes and performing procedures in different systems of scalp acupuncture are urgently needed in clinical research. 492- gera: 133964/di/ra [EFFECT OF SCALP ACUPUNCTURE ON THE OCCIPITAL GLUCOSE METABOLISM OF HEALTHY PEOPLE AND DEPRESSIVE PATIENTS]. HUANG YONG, TANG AN-WU, LI QIU-SHI, ET AL. yunnan journal of tcm and materia medica. 2004;25(4):37 (chi*). The First Military Medical University, Guangzhou, 510515; 2. Guangdong People's Hospital, Guangzhou, 510080 Objective: To observe the effect of scalp acupuncture on the occipital glucose metabolism of healthy people a depressive patients by using positron emission computed tomography (PET). Method: Five healthy people and twelve depress patients received the treatment of scalp acupuncture on Middle Line of Vertex (MS5), Middle Line of Forehead (MSI) a bilateral Lateral Line I of Forehead (MS2). They also received PET examination before and during the acupuncture. Occipital lobe was chosen as the region of interest to analyses the average glucose metabolism with computer. Result: The left occipital glucose metabolism of the healthy people increased obviously, but the right side had no obvious change after the scalp acupuncture stimulation, while the bilateral occipital glucose metabolism of the depressive patients were higher than that of healthy people and had a 493- gera: 134118/di/ra [EFFECT OF SCALP-ACUPUNCTURE ON CEREBRAL TNFA MRNA EXPRESSION IN CEREBRAL ISCHEMIAREPERFUSION RATS]. GUO ZHUANG-LI, PEI HAI-TAO. acupuncture research. 2004;29(2):94 (chi*). 494- gera: 134119/di/ra [EFFECT OF SCALP ACUPUNCTURE ON CEREBRAL NERVE GROWTH FACTOR EXPRESSION IN CEREBRAL ISCHEMIA RATS]. ZHANG HAI-FENG, XUAN LI-HUA, ZHANG SHU-YAN. acupuncture research. 2004;29(2):98 (chi*). 495- gera: 134261/di/ra [EFFECT OF SCALP ELECTROACUPUNCTURE ON CEREBRAL GLUCOSE METABOLISM IN HEALTHY PEOPLE ]. HUANG YONG, TANG AN-WU, LI QIU-SHI, ET AL. chinese acupuncture and moxibustion. 2004;24(11):779 (chi*). Objective To observe the effect of scalp electroacupuncture on glucose metabolism in different brain regions by positron emission computed tomography (PET). Methods Six healthy people received scalp electroacupuncture at the Middle Line of Vertex (MS 5) . the Middle Line of Forehead (MS 1) and bilateral Lateral Line 1 of Forehead (MS 2). And they received PET examination before and after electroacupuncture. Then cerebral regions of interesting (ROI) were set up and their average glucose metabolisms were counted half-quantitatively and compared. Results Scalp electroacupuncture could significantly increase the glucose metabolisms of healthy people in bilateral frontal lobes and caudate nucleus. left cingulated gyrus and cerebellum. Conclusion Electro- scalp

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acupuncture at MS 1, MS 2 and MS 5 can increase glucose metabolism in certain cerebral regions of 496- gera: 134694/di/ra [STUDY OF ANESTHESIA OWING TO SCALP - NEEDLE ]. HE BI - MEI, LI WAN - YAO. journal of clinical acupuncture and moxibustion. 2004;20(11):3 (chi). 497- gera: 135382/di/ra [CLINICAL OBSERVATION ON THE TREATMENT OF 80 ISCHEMIC STROKE CASES BY SCALP ACUPUNCTURE PLUS CT IMAGE LOCATION]. XIA YANG, ZHU TIANZHONG, SONG YA-GUANG, ET AL. shanghai journal of acupuncture and moxibustion. 2004;23(10):10 (chi*). Objective To investigate the clinical efficacy of scalp acupuncture in combination with CT image location for treatment of ischemic stroke. Method One hundred and fiftyeight patients with ischemic stroke were randomly divided into a scalp acupuncture +CT image location group of 80 cases (treatment group) and a scalp acupuncture group of 78 cases (control group). The results were analyzed after 2 courses of treatment. Results The effect was better in the treatment group (a marked effective rate of 75. 0% , an effective rate of 100%) than in the control group (a marked effective rate of 39. 74%, an effective rate of 89.74%)(P<0.05'). Conclusion Scalp acupuncture in combination with CT image location can improve the curative effect on ischemic stroke. 498- gera: 135383/di/ra [CLINICAL OBSERVATIONS ON THE TREATMENT OF POST-APOPLECTIC MELANCHOLIA WITH SCALP POINTS]. LI XIAO-JUN . shanghai journal of acupuncture and moxibustion. 2004;23(10):13 (chi*). Objective To investigate the effect of needling scalp points as a main treatment on post-apoplectic melancholia. Method The effects of acupuncture plus oral antidepressant and simple oral antidepressant were compared for the study. Results There was a very significant difference in the cure and marked effectiveness rate between the two groups after treatment (P<0. 01). There were very significant differences between pretreatment and posttreatment in both groups and between the two groups after treatment according to HAMD (P<0. 01). Conclusion It is suggested that needling scalp points as a main treatment has a good effect on post-apoplectic melancholia. 499- gera: 135384/di/ra [CLINICAL OBSERVATIONS ON THE TREATMENT OF POST-APOPLECTIC MELANCHOLIA WITH SCALP ACUPUNCTURE]. WANG PING , JI QING-MING,HUO XIAOLI . shanghai journal of acupuncture and moxibustion. 2004;23(10):15 (chi*). Objective To find the best method for treating post-apoplectic melancholia. Method A treatment group was given scalp acupuncture in cooperation with needling Du meridional points and a control group, oral Western medicine fluoxetine. A total of 60 cases were selected. Both groups were treated for 30 days. Results The total effective rate was 90% in the treatment group and 80% in the control group. The average time for producing the effect was 5 days in the treatment group and 15 days in the control group. There was no significant difference in total effective rate (P>0. 05) but a significant difference in average effect-producing time (P<0. 05) between the two groups. Conclusion Scalp acupuncture plus Du meridional points has a good curative effect on post-apoplectic melancholia. Its curative effect is similar to that of medication, but it produces a quicker effect. 500- gera: 135479/di/ra EFFECT OF ELECTRO-SCALP ACUPUNCTURE ON GLUCOSE METABOLISM OF THE CEREBRAL REGIONS INVOLVING MENTAL ACTIVITY IN HEALTHY PEOPLE. HUANG YONG, WIN MOE HTUT, LI DONG-JIANG, ET AL. world journal of acupuncture and moxibustion. 2004;14(3):13 (eng*). Objective: To observe the effect of electro-scalp acupuncture on glucose metabolism of cerebral regions involving mental activity in healthy people. Methods: A total of 6 cases of volunteer healthy subjects (3 males and 3 females) ranging in age from 22 to 36 years were subjected to this study. Changes of cerebral glucose metabolism before and after electro-scalp acupuncture were observed by using positron emission tomography (PET) and semi- quantifying analysis method. Electro-scalp acupuncture stimulation (50 Hz, 2 mA) of Middle Line of Vertex (Dingzhongxian, I t , MS5) , Middle Line of Forehead (Ezhongxian, , MS1) and bilateral Lateral Line 1 of Fore- head (Epangyixian,MS2) was administered for 30 minutes. Then cerebral regions of interest (ROls) were chosen and their average glucose metabolism levels ( radioactivity of 18 fluorine deoxyglucose ) were analyzed. Results:After administration of electro-scalp acupuncture, the glucose metabolism levels in bilateral frontal lobes and bilateral caudate nuclei, left cingulate gyrus and right cerebellum increased significantly in comparison with those of prestimulation (P< 0.05). Conclusion: Electro-scalp acupuncture of MS1, MS2 and MS5 can increase the 501- gera: 136023/di/ra YAMAMOTO'S SCALP ACUPUNCTURE SEMINAR: A PRESENTATION OF INNOVATIVE SKILLS. JACOBE E. journal of alternative and complementary medicine. 2004;10(1):187-88 (eng). 502- gera: 136886/di/ra [MY OPINION ON MICRO-NEEDLING SYSTEM]. CHEN MUYUAN. chinese acupuncture and moxibustion. 2004;24(12):837 (chi*). Objective To probe into practicality of micro-needling system. Methods One hundred and fifty cases of apoplectic sequelae were treated by body acupuncture, scalp acupuncture and eye acupuncture, and 132 cases of prolapse of lumbar intervertebral disc were treated by body acupuncture, ear acupuncture and wrist-ankle acupuncture, respectively. Their therapeutic effects were compared. Results The effective rates of the several needling methods of the micro-needling system all are not superior to that of body acupuncture. Conclusion Micro-needling system should not be continuous developing direction of acupuncture and moxibustion in the 21st century. 503- gera: 138016/di/ra [TREATMENT OF 60 CASES OF ISCHEMIC APOPLEXY WITH SCALP AND ABDOMEN ACUPUNCTURE]. ZHANG HUI, LI JIYING, LIU KONGJIANG. jiangsu journal of tcm. 2004;25(12):44 (chi). 504- gera: 138357/di/ra [THE STUDY DEVELOPMENT OF STROKE TREATED WITH SCALP ACUPUNCTURE]. XIAO XIAO-HUA. journal of clinical acupuncture and moxibustion. 2004;20(12):56 (chi). 505- gera: 139846/di/ra [THE INFLUENCE OF SCALP-POINT PULSE MAGNETIC ACUPUNCTURE ON PLASMA T-PA,PAI-I ACTIVITY AND DDIMER CONTENT IN CEREBRAL INFARCTION PATIENTS]. CUI H, ZHANG HF, WANG DY, ET AL. shanghai journal of acupuncture and moxibustion. 2004;23(12):5 (chi*). Objective To use self-pulse magnetic acupuncture instrument on scalp points for the treatment of acute cerebral infarction and investigate its mechanism. Methods A pulse magnetic acupuncture group of 30 cases was set up and mean-while a routine acupuncture group of 30 cases and a static magnetic acupuncture group of 30 cases were established as a control. Plasma tissue proplasmin activator (t-PA),tissue proplasmin activator inhibitor (PAI- I )and D-dimer contents were determined before and after treatment in the three groups. Results and Conclusion There was no significant difference between the pulse magnetic acupuncture group and the routine acupuncture group (P>0. 05), but there was a significant difference between each of the two groups and the static magnetic 506- gera: 140155/di/ra EFFECT OF ELECTROACUPUNCTURE OF SCALP-POINTS ON ABNORMAL DISCHARGES OF NEURONS AROUND THE CEREBRAL HEMORRHAGE FOCUS IN THE RAT. DONG HONG-SHENG, DONG GUI-RONG, BAI YAN. world journal of acupuncture-moxibustion. 2004;14(4):33 (eng*). Objective: To study the mechanism of electroacupuncture (EA) of scalp-points for regulating abnormal discharges of neurons

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in different regions around the cerebral hemorrhage focus by using neuro-electrophysiological methods. Methods: 80 Wistar rats (anesthetized with 20% urethane 1 g/kg, i. p.) were randomly divided into normal, saline, model and EA groups, with 20 cases in each group. Cerebral hemorrhage model was established by intracerebral injection of the rat's own arterial blood sample (40 uL). In rats of saline group, the same volume of saline was given for intracerebral injection. Extracellular electrical activity of neurons of the caudate nucleus and parafascicular nucleus and Tail flicking latency (TFL) were used as the indexes. "Baihui"C GV 20) and "Taiyang"(EX-HIV 5) were punctured from GV 20 towards EX-HN 5 with filiform needles and stimulated electrically with stimulating parameters of strength of 1 V, frequency of 15 Hz and duration of 15 min. Results: Compared with normal group, TFL values of model group and EA group increased significantly (P < 0.01) ; and compared with model group, those of EA group decreased significantly (P<0.01), suggesting that the pain threshold increased significantly in cerebral hemorrhage rats while after acupuncture stimulation, it lowered strikingly. Compared with normal and saline groups, the latency values of the pain excitement and inhibitory responses of the cellular discharges of the caudate and parafascicular nuclei in model and EA groups increased significantly (P< 0.05-0. 01) , while after EA, it recovered apparently (P < 0.01) , showing an apparent regulative effect of EA on the abnormal changes of discharges of neurons around the cerebral hemorrhage focus. Conclusion: Scalp-acupuncture possesses an apparent regulatory effect on the abnormal electrical activity of neurons around the cerebral hemorrhage focus which may favor the early recovery of functional activity of neurons near the focus tissues. 507- gera: 108918/di/ra EFFECTS OF THE LIFTING MANIPULATION OF SCALP ACUPUNCTURE FOR RAISING MYODYNAMIA OF THE AFFECTED LIMBS IN HEMIPLEGIC PATIENTS DUE TO CEREBRAL THROMBOSIS. KONG Y, XU F, LIN X, FENG Z, SHI H, YU G, HU L, LI X, JIANG L. journal of traditional chinese medicine. 2005;25(4):256-9. (eng). OBJECTIVE: To provide a new therapy with definite quality controllable therapeutic effects for functional restoration of the affected limbs in hemiplegic patients due to cerebral thrombosis. METHOD: 180 patients with hemiplegia due to cerebral thrombosis were randomly divided into 2 groups: the treatment group (treated with scalp acupuncture by using the lifting manipulation) and the control group (treated with scalp acupuncture by using the twirling manipulation). Evaluations were given for the two groups based on the improvement of myodynamia and comprehensive functions after the treatment. RESULTS: Both groups showed increased myodynamia, but with different cured and much relieved rates (86.67% in the treatment group and 5% in the control group, P<0.01). CONCLUSION: Scalp acupuncture with the lifting manipulation can dramatically increase 508- gera: 123930/di/ra [LIN XUE-JIAN'S EXPERIENCE ON TREATMENT OF A PART OF CEREBRAL DISEASES WITH SCALP ACUPUNCTURE]. WANG HL, WU JW. chinese acupuncture and moxibustion. 2005;25(10):729-32. (chi). LIN Xue-Jian adopts Chinese traditional acupuncture and moxibustion manipulation methods to stimulate the special area of scalp to treat a part of brain-derived diseases, such as infantile cerebral palsy, nerve deafness, cerebellar ataxia, lacunar cerebral infarction, senile dementia, Parkinson's disease, anxiety, insomnia and central constipation, and so on. Scalp acupuncture can improve ability of blood and oxygen supply for general blood vessels; stimulation of corresponding acupoint area according to symptoms and signs can control condition of disease; and can repair, activate and regenerate the injured, dormancy and aging neurons, so as to dredge nerve 509- gera: 125768/di/ra [OBSERVATION ON THERAPEUTIC EFFECT OF PULSE MAGNETIC ACUPUNCTURE AT SCALP ACUPOINTS ON ACUTE CEREBRAL INFARCTION]. CUI H, ZHANG HF, REN ZM, YU ZS, TANG Q. chinese acupuncture and moxibustion. 2005;25(8):526-8. (chi). OBJECTIVE: To apply pulse magnetic acupuncture at scalp acupoints to treat acute cerebral infarction and to explore the mechanism. METHODS: A pulse magnetic acupuncture group, a routine acupuncture group and a static magnetic acupuncture group were set up, 30 cases in each group. Their clinical therapeutic effects were observed. RESULTS: The cured-markedly effective rate was 80.0% in the pulse magnetic acupuncture group and 70.3% in the routine acupuncture group with no significant difference between the two groups (P>0.05), which were significant difference with 36.6% in the static magnetic acupuncture group (P<0.01). CONCLUSION: Pulse magnetic acupuncture and routine acupuncture at scalp acupoints have same therapeutic effect on acute cerebral infarction, which is superior to that of static magnetic acupuncture. 510- gera: 135875/di/ra STUDIES ON THE CLINICAL OBSERVATION AND CEREBRAL GLUCOSE METABOLISM IN DEPRESSION TREATED BY ELECTRO-SCALP ACUPUNCTURE COMPARED TO FLUOXETINE. YONG HUANG, WIN MOE HTUT, DONGJIANG LI, ANWU TANG, QIUSHI LI, NA SHI, DONGBIN XIA, CANGHUAN ZHAO, JUN ZOU, AND WEI GONG. international journal of clinical acupuncture. 2005;14(1):7 (eng*). Objective: To study the ettects ot electro-scalp acupuncture by clinical surveys and positron emission tomography (PET) to treat depression. Method: Ninety-eight patients suffering from depression were divided into 2 groups randomly. The fifty cases in group A were treated by electro-scalp acupuncture on Middle Line of Vertex (MS 5), Middle Line of Forehead (MS 1) and bilateral Lateral Line 1 of Forehead (MS 2), while fortyeight cases in group B took Fluoxetine. All the patients received the survey of HRSD, Beck and SCL-90 before and after 6 weeks treatment and the judgment by TESS only after the treatment. Twelve cases in group A and six cases in group B received PET examinations before and after 6 weeks of treatment. Besides these, six healthy people also received PET examinations before and after the electro-scalp acupuncture. Results: The scores of HRSD, Beck and SCL-90 of group A reduced significantly after the electro-scalp acupuncture treatment and the degree of reduction had no obvions differences from that of group B. There were no side effects of electro-scalp acupuncture indicated by TESS. Compared to the healthy group, the cerebral glucose metabolism of the depressive patients was lower in the bilateral frontal lobes, caudate nuclei and cingulate gyri and higher in the bilateral thalamus, right temporal lobe and left cerebellum in the initial PET images. After the treatment ofcerebellum increased significantly, while the glucose metabolism in the right temporal lobe and bilateral thalamus decreased obviously. After Fluoxetine treatment, the glucose metabolism in the bilateral frontal lobes, bilateral parietal lobes, right caudate nucleus, bilateral cingulate gyri and bilateral cerebellums increased significantly, while the glucose metabolism in bilateral temporal lobes and bilateral thalamus decreased obviously. Conclusion: Electro-scalp acupuncture had good effect, comparable to Fluoxetine in the treatment of depression. It also affected the glucose metabolism of certain cerebral regions and regulated the bidirectional nature of limbic-cortical reciprocity in depression. 511- gera: 136902/di/ra [CLINICAL STUDY ON SCALP ACUPUNCTURE COMBINED WITH SPORTS THERAPY FOR REHABILITATION OF POSTSTROKE HEMIPLEGIA]. ZHAO DA-GUI, MU JINGPING. chinese acupuncture and moxibustion. 2005;25(1):19 (chi*). Objective To probe into effect of scalp acupuncture combined with sports therapy on movement function of limbs in the patient of poststroke hemiplegia. Methods One hundred and twenty cases of poststroke hemiplegia were randomly divided into an observation group and a control group, 60 cases in each group. The observation group were treated by scalp acupuncture and the control group by simple sports therapy. The movement function of limbs were assessed by Fugl-Meyer rating method and Barthel index. Results The movement function of limbs and ability of daily life after treatment in the observation group improved very significantly as compared

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with the control group (P<0. 01). Conclusion Scalp acupuncture combined with sports therapy can promote recovery of the movement function of limbs in the patient of poststroke hemiplegia. 512- gera: 137351/di/ra [EFFECT OF SCALP ACUPUNCTURE ON GLUCOSE METABOLISM IN BRAIN OF PATIENTS WITH DEPRESSION *]. HUANG YONG, LI DONG-JIANG, TANG AN-WU, ET AL. chinese journal of integrated traditionanl and western medicine. 2005;25(2):119 (chi*). Objective To observe the effect of scalp acupuncture (SA) on the glucose metabolism in different regions of brain in patients with depression by positron emission computed tomography (PET) . Methods Twelve depressive patients were treated by scalp acupuncture on middle line of vertex (MS5) , middle line of forehead ( MS1) and bilateral lateral line 1 of forehead ( MS2) , once a day for six days per week, and received PET detection on different region of brain before and after 6 weeks acupuncture treatment. Semiquantitative analysis was used to compare the average values of radioactive count gotten from various brain regions before and after treat-ment, which could reflect the condition of glucose metabolism at the brain region detected. Results SA could increase the glucose metabolism at bilateral frontal lobes, bilateral parietal lobes, right occipital lobe, right caudate nucleus, right cingulated gyrus and left cerebellum and decrease that at right temporal lobe and bilateral thalamus. Conclusion SA on MS5 , MS1 and MS2 in depressive patients could influence the glucose metabolism in various brain regions. It primarily illustrated that the mechanism of SA in treating depression is related with its 513- gera: 138962/di/ra [CLINICAL STUDY ON SCALP ACUPUNCTURE INCREASING MYODYNAMIA IN 120 CASES OF HEMIPLEGIA AFTER CEREBRAL THROMBOSIS]. KONG YAOQI, XU FU, LIN XIURONG, ET AL. journal of tcm. 2005;46(2):104 (chi*). Objective: To provide a new therapeutic method for recovery of function of affected limbs in the patient of hemiplegia after cerebral thrombosis. Methods:180 cases were randomly divided into 2 groups:group B treated with lifting and thrusting scalp acupuncture and group A treated with twirling scalp acupuncture,and their myodynamia and comprehensive function before and after treatment were evaluated. Results:Myodynamia of affected limbs in the 2 groups increased in varying degrees. The cured-markedly effective rate was 86. 67% in group B and 5% in group A with significant difference between the two groups (P<0. 01). Conclusion:Lifting and thrusting method of scalp acupuncture can significantly increase myodynamia of affected hemiplegic limbs after 514- gera: 139280/di/ra YAMAMOTO NEW SCALP ACUPUNCTURE (YNSA) ACUPOINT FREQUENCY IN THE TREATMENT OF HERNIATED LUMBAR DISK, LUMBAR RADICULOPATHY, AND MECHANICAL LOW BACK PAIN. RICHARD A FEELY, DO. medical acupuncture. 2005;16(2):20 (eng*). Background Yamamoto New Scalp Acupuncture (YNSA) is an acupuncture microsystem used for treating pain and dysfunction. To date, there has not been a large-scale study of the use, acupoint frequency, or location of YNSA in the treatment of various diagnoses of back pain. Objective To determine the location frequency of YNSA Basic and Ypsilon points. Design, Setting, and Patients A retrospective 2-year study of 115 successive patients seen at a private practice who received YNSA: 22 lumbar herniated nucleus propulsus (HNP) cases, 38 lumbar radiculopathy (LR) cases, and 55 somatic dysfunction/low back pain (LBP) cases. Intervention All patients received osteopathic manipulative treatment (OMT) for identified somatic dysfunction and if pain persisted, YNSA was used. Main Outcome Measure Location and frequency of YNSA acupoints to achieve pain relief. Results A total of 115 patients with back pain had a mean average of 3.17 visits. Ypsilon points most commonly used were Yin of YIN, 86.4%, and the least common were Yang/YANG, 1.6%. The most common Basic points were YIN D1-6, 11.14%, and most common Ypsilon points were left Yin of YIN GB, 3.65%. This treatment approach resulted in mean visits per patient of HNP: 5.27, LR: 2.42, and LBP: 1.82. Conclusions The use of YNSA and OMT for low back pain resulted in immediate pain relief with a minimum of needles. YNSA should be further studied for this application. 515- gera: 139884/di/ra [CLINICAL STUDY ON THE TREATMENT OF APOPLECTIC DYSKINESIA BY POINT INJECTION PLUS SCALP AND BODY ACUPUNCTURE]. NIUJM, WU L, HAN CQ. shanghai journal of acupuncture and moxibustion. 2005;24(3):10 (chi*). Objective To investigate the curative effect of acupuncture on apoplectic dyskinesia. Method Four hundred and fifty patients were randomly divided into point injection plus acupuncture, point injection and acupuncture groups, 150 cases each. The curative effect was evaluated after 3 courses of treatment in each group. Results and Conclusion The total efficacy rate was 98% in the point injection plus acupuncture group, 60% in the point injection group and 84% in the acupuncture group. Radit analysis showed a significant difference among the three groups, the curative effect being best in the point injection plus acupuncture group. 516- gera: 140329/di/ra TREATMENT OF APOPLECTIC SEQUELA WITH EYE ACUPUNCTURE IN COOPERATION WITH SCALP ACUPUNCTURE. WANG LI-KUAN, HAN CAI-YUN. journal of acupuncture and tuina science. 2005;3(2):48 (eng). Acupuncture was performed at points in the upper-jiao and lower-jiao areas of two eyes and scalp acupuncture, in the motor area on the healthy side. Thirty-four patients with apoplectic sequela were treated. The total efficacy 517- gera: 140447/di/ra [OBSERVATION ON THERAPEUTIC EFFECT OF SCALP ACUPUNCTURE COMBINED WITH BODY ACUPUNCTURE ON STROKE.]. WANG BO-QING, ZHOU PING, ZHU YU-PU. chinese acupuncture and moxibustion. 2005;25(4):240 (chi*). Objective To search for the best acupuncture end moxibustion treatment program for stroke. Methods One hundred and eighty three cases of stroke were divided into a scalp-body acupuncture group of 62 cases, a scalp acupuncture group of 60 cases and a body acupuncture group of 61 cases. They were treated for 2 months and then their therapeutic effects were compared. Results In the scalp-body acupuncture group. 13 cases were basically cured, 32 cases improved obviously, 15 cases improved, 2 cases was ineffective, and corresponding figures in the scalp acupuncture group were 8, 21, 24, 7. and in the body acupuncture group were 11 , 28, 19, 3, with a significant difference between the scalp-body acupuncture group and the scalp acupuncture group (P < O. 05) . and with no significant differences between the scalpbody acupuncture group and body acupuncture group. and between the body acupuncture group and the scalp acupuncture group. Conclusion Scalp acupuncture combined with body acupuncture has a better clinical therapeutic effect than that of simple scalp acupuncture for the patient 518- gera: 140988/di/tp ZHU'S SCALP ACUPUNCTURE CERTIFICATION PROGRAM. X. zhu's scalp acupuncture research and foundation. 2005;: (eng). 519- gera: 142541/di/ra TREATMENT OF STROKE-RELATED MOTOR IMPAIRMENT BY YAMAMOTO NEW SCALP ACUPUNCTURE (YNSA): AN OPEN, PROSPECTIVE, TOPOMETRICALLY CONTROLLED STUDY. BABAK BOROOJERDI, TOSHIKATSU YAMAMOTO, SCHUMP G, SCHOCKERT T. medical acupuncture. 2005;17(1):24 (eng). Background After coronary heart disease and cancer, apoplec tic insult is the third major cause of death in Germany. Due to a lack of efficier treatment concepts in conventional medicine, strokes are the most frequent cause of invalidity in old age. Twenty percent of those affected d immediately as a result. Since only a minority of patients have access to lysis therapy, Yamamoto New Scalp Acupuncture (YNSA) may represer a

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valuable complement to existing treatment strategies ; Objectives To show the efficacy of YNSA in treating stroke patients with the aid of topometry.Design, Setting, and Patients Twenty-three patients with stroke were examined neurologically immediately prior to YNSA. The mobility of the arms or legs with residual paralysis was documented objectively by topometry in 3 dimensions. After YNSA treatment, patients were assessE neurologically and topometrically again. They were questioned about their subjective impressions immediately after therapy and 3 weeks latE Intervention YNSA of the brain points (basal ganglia, cerebrum, and cerebellum) and the so-called base points in the boundary between tl-forehead and hair were used. All patients were treated just once by needle acupuncture. The needles remained in position for 5-9 minutes.Main Outcome Measures Improvement in mobility demonstrated on topometry and subjective impressions of mobility. Results The topometric examination showed that 14 of the 23 patients experienced significantly improved mobility after a single treatmer with YNSA. Subjectively, this positive effect continued for up to 17 days. In the neurological examination, it was not possible to verify an improv ment in the mobility of the arm or leg before and after acupuncture. Conclusions YNSA represents a valuable complement to existing therapy concepts. Patients may benefits subjectively and objectively from YNS, Furthermore, successful YNSA treatment could lead to considerable economic benefits by eliminating the need for nursing care and by achie' ing reintegration of patients into working life. 520- gera: 143527/di/ra OBSERVATION ON CLINICAL THERAPEUTIC EFFECT OF SCALP ACUPUNCTURE ON FACIAL SPASM. WANG SHUN, CAI YU-YING, SHANG YAN-JIE, SANG PENG. world journal of acupuncture-moxibution. 2005;15(4):37 (eng). Objective: To observe clinical therapeutic effect of scalp acupuncture in the treatment of facial spasm. Methods: Sixtyfive cases of facial spasm were randomly divided into control group (n = 31) and treatment group(n = 34). Patients of the treatment group were treated with penetrative acupuncture from Qianshencong (Extra) to Xuanli (GB 6), Baihui (GV 20) to Qubin (GB 7), etc. , and those of control group treated with acupuncture of Taiyang (EX- HN 5) , Yangbai (GB 14) , Quanliao (SI 18) and Xiaguan (ST 7), etc. once daily, 20 sessions altogether. Results : After treatment, of the 31 cases and 34 cases in control and treatment groups, 5 and 12 were cured, 8 and 13 had remarkable improvement, 11 and 8 had improvement, 7 and 1 failed, with the total effective rates being 77.42% and 97.06% respectively; and the therapeutic effect of treatment group was significantly superior to that of control group ( P< 0.01) . Conclusion: Scalp acupuncture has an obvi-ous therapeutic effect for facial spasm. 521- gera: 125800/di/ra [EFFECTS OF SCALP ACUPUNCTURE ON REGULATIVE ABILITY OF OXIDATIVE STRESS REACTION AT OPERATION STAGE]. HE BM, LI WY, LI WS, ZHAO WX. chinese acupuncture and moxibustion. 2006;26(4):291-4. (chi). OBJECTIVE: To study on regulative action of scalp acupuncture on oxidative stress reaction at operation stage. METHODS: Fifty two cases selected for radical operation of intestinal cancer were randomly divided into a scalp acupuncture plus general anesthesia (scalp acupuncture group) and a simple general anesthesia group (general anesthesia group), 26 cases in each group. The scalp acupuncture group were treated first with scalp acupuncture for 20 min, followed by general anesthesia, with scalp acupuncture lasted till the end of operation. The general anesthesia group were treated only with simple intratracheal anesthesia. Effects of scalp acupuncture on malondialdehyde (MDA) level and superoxide dismutase (SOD) activity at the operation stage were observed. RESULTS: After operation, MDA levels decreased significantly (P < 0.05) in the two groups, but with no difference between the two groups in the different values of MDA before and after treatment (P > 0.05); there was no significant change in SOD before and after treatment in the scalp acupuncture group, and significantly decreased in the general anesthesia group (P < 0.05). There was a significant difference between the two groups in the different value of SOD before and after the operation (P < 0.05). CONCLUSION: Scalp acupuncture can inhibit the decrease of SOD activity, reducing oxidative stress reaction at operation stage. 522- gera: 125821/di/ra [EFFECTS OF HEAD POINT-THROUGH-POINT ELECTROACUPUNCTURE ON SOD AND LPO IN THE PATIENT OF PARKINSON'S DISEASE]. WANG S, CAI YY, SHANG YJ, JIN-RONG L. chinese acupuncture and moxibustion. 2006;26(4):240-2. (chi). OBJECTIVE: To observe clinical therapeutic effect of head point-through-point electroacupuncture on Parkinson's disease and the mechanism. METHODS: Seventy-six cases of Parkinson's disease were randomly divided into a treatment group (n=37) treated with head point-through-point electroacupuncture and oral administration of madopa, and a control group (n=39) with only oral administration of madopa. Superoxide dismutase (SOD) and lipids peroxides (LPO) were determined before and after treatment. RESULTS: The effective rate was 97.3% in the treatment group and 61.5% in the control group with a very significant difference between the two groups (P < 0.01). SOD activity and LPO content were significantly improved after treatment in the treatment group (P < 0.01), with a significant difference between the two groups (P < 0.01). CONCLUSION: Head point-through-point electroacupuncture can improve SOD activity and LPO content in the body so as to cure Parkinson's disease. 523- gera: 125890/di/ra [EFFECT OF SKULL ACUPUNCTURE AND SCALP ACUPUNCTURE ON SERUM VASCULAR ENDOTHELIAL GROWTH FACTOR IN THE PATIENT OF ACUTE CEREBRAL INFARCTION]. YU CD, WU BH, ZHANG J, SONG HM, WANG GS, YU Z. chinese acupuncture and moxibustion. 2006;26(7):466-8. (chi). OBJECTIVE: To investigate effect of skull suture acupuncture (skull acupuncture) and scalp acupuncture on serum vascular endothelial growth factor (VEGF) in the patient of acute cerebral infarction (CI). METHODS: Twenty cases of CI were treated with skull suture acupuncture at coronal suture, sagittal suture, lambdoid suture, etc. combined with medication (group B), group C (n=20) with scalp acupuncture at contralateral Dingnie Qian-xiexian (MS 6) and Dingnie Houxiexian (MS 7) plus medication, and group A (n=20) with medication. Changes of serum VEGF contents were investigated in the three groups. RESULTS: After treatment, the serum VEGF content did not significantly change in group A (P > 0.05), and significantly increased in group B and group C (P < 0.01, P < 0.05), with significant difference as group B and C compared with that of group A (P < 0.05), and with no significant difference between group B and group C (P > 0.05). CONCLUSION: Skull suture acupuncture combined with medication and scalp acupuncture plus medication have a similar effect on serum VEGF in the patient of acute 524- gera: 125923/di/ra [CLINICAL OBSERVATION ON POINT-THROUGH-POINT THERAPY OF SCALP ELECTROACUPUNCTURE FOR TREATMENT OF FACIAL SPASM]. PENG S, WANG S, ZHAO JH. chinese acupuncture and moxibustion. 2006;26(8):563-5 (chi). OBJECTIVE: To search for the best method of increasing clinical therapeutic effect of facial spasm. METHODS: One hundred and twenty cases of facial spasm were selected and divided randomly into a scalp point-through- point electroacupuncture group (EA treatment group), an electroacupuncture control group (EA control group) and a carbamazepine control group, 40 cases in each group. Baihui (GV 20)-through-Qubin (GB 7), Shenting (GV 24)- throughHanyan (GB 4), Touwei (ST 8)-through-Xuanli (GB 6), Benshen (GB 13)-through-Shuaigu (GB 8) were selected in the EA treatment group, and Baihui (GV 20), Yangbai (GB 14), Dicang (ST 4), Jiache (ST 6), Yifeng (TE 17), Hegu (LI 4), Taichong (LR 3) and Sanyinjiao (SP 6) were selected in the EA control group, and the EA treatment was given once each day, for 30 days. The carbamazepine control group were treated with carbamazepine 0.1 g, twice each day, for 30 days.

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Their therapeutic effects were evaluated by changes of grading of facial spasm strength and frequency, and myoelectric activity. RESULTS: The strength and frequency of facial spasm significantly decreased in the EA treatment group with very significant differences as compared with other two groups (P<0.01), and there was a significant difference in the electrophysiologic indexes as the EA treatment group compared with other two groups (P<0.05). CONCLUSION: Scalp point-through-point electroacupuncture can increase therapeutic effect on facial spasm and it is a better therapy for this disease. 525- gera: 125984/di/ra [CONTROLLED OBSERVATION ON EFFECTS OF DIFFERENT NEEDLE RETAINING TIME IN SCALP ACUPUNCTURE ON MOTOR FUNCTION IN THE INFANT OF CEREBRAL PALSY]. YUAN Q, WANG QY, JIN R. chinese acupuncture and moxibustion. 2006;26(3):209-11. (chi). OBJECTIVE: To compare therapeutic effects of different needle retaining time in scalp acupuncture on motor function in the infant of cerebral palsy. METHODS: Randomized controlled design and Jin three needle therapy were used, and the therapeutic effects of needle retaining time of 1 h and 30 min on cerebral palsy were compared. RESULTS: After treatment for 2 months, the improvement of motor function in the group of retaining needle of lh was better than that in the 30 min group. CONCLUSION: Prolonging the retaining needle time for sufficient stimulation amountis an important factor for achieving a better therapeutic effect in scalp acupuncture 526- gera: 141762/di/ra [OBSERVATION ON THERAPEUTIC EFFECT OF SCALP ACUPUNCTURE ANALGESIA ON LABOR]. BO QX, ZHANG JX. chinese acupuncture and moxibustion. 2006;26(9):659 (chi*). OBJECTIVE: to observe analgesic effect of scalp acupuncture on labor. methods: seventy primiparae with term pregnancy and monocyesis were randomly divided into scalp acupuncture group treated by acupuncture at the shengzhi area of scalp, and control group by no treatment. pain grades before and after scalp acupuncture were evaluated with the pain 4-grade rating criteria stipulated by who, and the active stage and the second birth process, the apgar scores of new-born and postpartum hemorrage amount were compared between the two groups. results: the labor pain with 1 to approximately 2 grades was found in 33 cases in the scalp acupuncture group, and 2 cases in the control group with very significant difference between the two groups (p < 0.01); the active stage was (130.70 +/- 74.16 ) min and the second birth process was (40.70 +/- 21.65) min in the scalp acupuncture group, and (166.15 +/- 62.65) min and (53.30 +/- 26.93) min in the control group, respectively, with significant differences between the two groups (all p < 0.05); and there were no significant differences in apgar score of new-born and postpartum hemorrhage amount. conclusion: scalp acupuncture has a better analgesic effect in vaginal delivery 527- gera: 141854/di/ra [STUDY OF SCALP ACUPUNCTURE ON SPONTANEOUS HYPERTENSIVE RATS-STROKE PRONE AFTER STROKE]. ZHOU L, ZHANG HX, ZHANG TF. shanghai journal of acupuncture and moxibustion. 2006;25(6):42 (chi). 528- gera: 142246/di/ra CLINICAL OBSERVATIONS ON THE TREATMENT OF PSEUDOBULBAR PARALYSIS BY COMBINED SCALP AND BODY ACUPUNCTURE. YANG GUO-RONG. journal of acupuncture and tuina science. 2006;4(3):153 (eng). Objective: To investigate the efficacy of scalp acupuncture in combination with body acupuncture for treating pseudobulbar paralysis. Methods: Eighty patients were randomly divided into treatment and control groups, 40 cases each. The control group was treated by the routine method of Western medicine and the treatment group by combined scalp and body acupuncture on the basis of the former. The curative effect was evaluated after treatment in both groups. The influence of the treatment on mean blood velocity(MBV) in anterior, middle and posterior cerebral arteries was observed by transcranial Doppler(TCD) in both groups. Results: The total efficacy rate was 97.5% in the treatment group and 12.5% in the control group. The recovery rate was 75% in the treatment group and 0% in the control group. There was a significant difference between the two groups(P 0.01). TCD showed that blood velocity in cerebral arteries was significantly increased and the unbalanced stasis of the right and left cerebral blood flow changed in the treatment group. A comparison of MBV between pretreatment and posttreatment showed P < 0.01. Conclusion: Scalp acupuncture in combination with body acupuncture has a good 529- gera: 142290/di/ra SCALP ACUPOINTS PENETRATION IN TREATING ACUTE HYPERTENSIVE INTRACEREBRAL HEMORRHAGE AND ITS CORRELATIVITY WITH SERUM SLOOB PROTEIN. LI JING-JING, DONG GUI-RONG. journal of acupuncture and tuina science. 2006;4(5):274 (eng). Objective: To research the clinical curative effect and explore the mechanism of penetrating of scalp-point on acute hypertensive intracerebral hemorrhage (ICH). Methods: 66 patients were randomly divided into two groups: one is the scalp-point therapeutic group, the other is the western medicine group. The two groups were all treated by dehydration, etc. In addition, there are 20 norrnal people to be set as the healthy group. To select the nervous functional deficit mark, activity of daily living (ADL) form, the amount S100B protein as indexes and analysis the results. Results: the recordings indicate the patients' Serum S-100B protein are related with nervous functional deficiency mark. After 28 days, the recovery of patients' nervous function of scalp acupuncture group was obviously superior to that of control group (P<0.05). Conclusions: The results suggested that the patients' Serum S-100B had positive correlation with nervous functional deficit; The penetrating of scalp-point had the better regulatory effect on the level of Serum S-100B, and could improve the nervous functional deficit and ADL, so as to improve the coordination and compensation function and the general nervous function between cortical functional areas 530- gera: 142296/di/ra CLINICAL STUDY ON 28 CASES OF ACUTE CEREBRAL HEMORRHAGE TREATED BY SCALP ACUPUNCTURE PLUS REHABILITATION THERAPY. ZHU WEN-ZENG, NI JIN-XIA, BAO CHUN-LING, AL. journal of acupuncture and tuina science. 2006;4(5):296 (eng). Objective: To evaluate the clinical efficacy of scalp penetrating technique plus rehabilitation therapy in treating acute cerebral hemorrhage. Methods: The patients were allocated randornly by computer into scalp acupuncture plus rehabilitation group (A), rehabilitation group (B) and Western medication control group (C). Results: The total effective rate and the curative and remarkable effective rate were 92.9% and 75.0% respectively in Group A, and 84.6% and 69.2% respectively in Group B and 75.9% and 37.9% respectively in Group C. There was a very significant difference in comparison of Group A and Group B with Group C (P<0.01, P<0.05). There was no significant difference between Group A and Group B (P>0.05). But the total effective rate was significantly higher in Group A than in Group B. Conclusion: Scalp acupuncture plus rehabilitation therapy can obviously enhance the clinical effect in cerebral hemorrhage, reduce the neural deficit due to acute cerebral hemorrhage and improve 531- gera: 142567/di/ra EDITORIAL HELPING THE TRAUMATIC AMPUTEE MILITARY MEMBER: EAR AND SCALP ACUPUNCTURE. NIEMTZOW RC. medical acupuncture. 2006;17(3):3 (eng). 532- gera: 142729/di/ra [THE INFLUENCE OF SCALP ACUPUNCTURE PLUS POINT INJECTION ON INTELLIGENCE IN MICROCEPHALY CHILDREN]. ZHANG YM. shanghai journal of acupuncture and moxibustion. 2006;25(5):18 (chi*). ( Abstract] Objective To observe the influence of scalp acupuncture plus point injection on intelligence quotient in microcephaly children. Methods Twenty-five children with microcephaly were treated by scalp acupuncture as main therapy plus point injection. The children's intelligencc was

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tested by China ­ Wechsler's intelligence scale before and after treatment. Results andConclusion Acupuncture can improve intelligence and especially has an obvious influence on verbal intelligence quotient in microcephaly children. 533- gera: 142894/di/ra OBSERVATION ON CLINICAL THERAPEUTIC EFFECT OF SCALP ACUPUNCTURE ON FACIAL SPASM. WANG SHUN, CAI YU-YING, SHANG YAN-JIE, SANG PENG. world journal of acupuncture moxibustion. 2006;15(4):37 (eng). Objective: To observe clinical therapeutic effect of scalp acupuncture in the treatment of facial spasm. Methods: Sixtyfive cases of facial spasm were randomly divided into control group (n = 31) and treatment group(n = 34). Patients of the treatment group were treated with penetrative acupuncture from Qianshencong(inee Extra) to Xuanli (QT1 GB 6), Baihui( GV 20) to Qubin('... GB 7), etc. , and those of control group treated with acupuncture of Taiyang(10111EX-HN 5) , Yangbai(I3F1 A GB 14) , Quanliao( » SI 18) and Xiaguan(T. ST 7), etc. once daily, 20 sessions altogether. Results : After treatment, of the 31 cases and 34 cases in control and treatment groups, 5 and 12 were cured, 8 and 13 had remarkable improvement, 11 and 8 had improvement, 7 and 1 failed, with the total effective rates being 77.42% and 97.06% respectively; and the therapeutic ef-fect of treatment group was significantly superior to that of control group( P< 0.01) . Conclusion: Scalp acupuncture has an obvi-ous 534- gera: 142957/di/ra [TREATMENT OF TINNITUS WITH YNSA (YAMAMOTO NEW SCALP ACUPUNCTURE)]. STOCKENHUBER D. deutsche zeitschrift für akupunktur. 2006;3:36 (deu). 535- gera: 142962/di/ra [THE 2:5-POINT - TREATMENT OF FEMALE HORMONE DISORDERS WITH A NEWLY DISCOVERED POINT IN THE YNSA Y-SOMATOTOPE REGION]. ZEISE-SÜSS D. deutsche zeitschrift für akupunktur. 2006;4:6 (deu). Up to now 102 women with dif- ferent kinds of i1mbalance in the regulation of female hormones have been treated successfully with a newly detected point in the YNSA (Yamamoto New Scalp Acupuncture) Y-somatotope region. This point named ZS point, shows an effect ir patients with hypermenorrhea, menometrorhagia, amenorrhea 01 other disturbances of menstruatior and menopause. 536- gera: 143231/di/ra [OBSERVATION ON THERAPEUTIC EFFECT OF SCALP ACUPUNCTURE ANALGESIA ON LABOR]. BO QI-XIU , ZHANG JIN-XUE. chinese acupuncture and moxibustion. 2006;26(9):659 (chi). Objective To observe analgesic effect of scalp acupuncture on labor. Methods Seventy primiparae with term pregnancy and monocyesis were randomly divided into scalp acupuncture group treated by acupuncture at the Shengzhi area of scalp, and control group by no treatment. Pain grades before and after scalp acupuncture were evaluated with the pain 4-grade rating criteria stipulated by WHO, and the active stage and the second birth process, the Apgar scores of new-born and postpartum hemorrage amount were compared between the two groups. Results The labor pain with 1-2 grades was found in 33 cases in the scalp acupuncture group, and 2 cases in the control group with very significant difference between the two groups ( P < 0. 01) ; the active stage was ( 130. 70 ± 74. 16 ) min and the second birth process was (40. 70±21. 65) min in the scalp acupuncture group, and (166. 15± 62. 65) min and (53. 30 ± 26. 93) min in the control group, respectively, with significant differences between the two groups (all P<0. 05) ; and there were no significant differences in Apgar score of new-born and postpartum hemorrhage amount. Conclusion Scalp acupuncture has a better analgesic effect in vaginal delivery with no 537- gera: 143293/di/ra SELF-CONTROL STUDY ON TREATMENT OF TOURETTE'S SYNDROME WITH SCALP ACUPUNCTURE. TAN FENG, ZHANG TANFA. eastwest integration medicine. 2006;4(1):47 (eng). [Traduction anglaise de la ref gera:130061]. Objective: To compare the therapeutic effects of scalp acupuncture and Tiapride on Tourette's syndrome. Methods: Self-control was ap-plied. 140 cases who had been treated with tiapride but with no effect and had stopped taking the drug over one month were treated with scalp acupuncture. After treatment with scalp acupuncture, the changes of symp-toms were assessed with the Yale Global Tic Severity Scale (YGTSS). Results: The scores of motor tic, vocal tics and integrated trauma respectively decreased from 15.30±5.86, 9.07±5.31, 25.13±9.30 before treatment to 6.82±3.54, 3.77±3.51, 13.08±11.91 after treatment (P<0.01). Conclusion: Scalp acupuncture can effective-ly relieve motor and vocal tics and reduce integrated trauma of Tourette's syndrome and has the advantage of no side-effects. 538- gera: 143311/di/ra [COMPARISON OF THE THERAPEUTIC EFFECTS AMONG SCALP-, BODY-ACUPUNCTURE AND SCALP- PLUS BODY-ACUPUNC-TURE IN THE TREATMENT OF 230 CASES OF STROKE]. LI HONG, HOU ZHONG-WEI, BAI YULAN, ET AL. acupuncture research. 2006;31(3):169 (chi). Objective: To compare the therapeutic effects of scalpacupuncture, body-acupuncture and body-acupuncture combined with scalp-acupuncture for stroke. Methods: Two hundred and thirty stroke patients were divided into scalpacupunc-ture group (112 cases) , body-acupuncture group (51 cases), and body- plus scalp-acupuncture group (joint treatment group, 67 cases) according to a random number table. Scalp points used were Motor Area (MS 6), Sensory Area (MS 7), Foot-motor Sen-sory Area (MS 8), etc for hemiplegia and facial palsy; Motor Area (MS 6), Speech Area (MS 9) , etc for aphasia; and body acupoints used were Jianyu (LI 15) , Hegu (LI 4) , Geshu (BL 17) , Huantiao (GB 30) , Zusanli (ST 36), Fengchi (GB 20) , etc. In treating stroke patients at the early stage, acupoints on the healthy side were punctured first and stimulated with reducing method, followed by puncturing acupoints on the affected side and using mild stimulation maneuver. The treatment was given once daily in the 1st therapeutic course and once every other day in the 2nd course, continuously for 15 days (one therapeutic course) and the interval between two courses was 7 days. After two courses of treatment, the therapeutic effect was analyzed. Results: After treatment, of the 112, 51 and 67 cases in scalpacupuncture, body-acupuncture and joint treatment groups, 40, 12 and 34 were cured basically; 48, 22 and 28 experienced marked improvement; 22, 15 and 4 were effective; 2, 2 and 1 failed, with the effective rates being 98.2% , 96.0% and 98.5% respectively. Rank test showed that the curative effect of joint treatment group was significantly superior to that of scalpacupuncture group and body-acupuncture group ( P< O. 01) , and CT-scanning-shown ab-sorption rates (marked absorption + absorption rates) of the hemorrhagic and infarct loci in joint treatment group were markedly higher than those in scalpacupuncture and body-acupuncture groups (P<0.01). Conclusion: The curative effect of scalp plus body acupuncture is significantly superior to that of simple scalp- and simple body-acupuncture groups -in the treatment of stroke patients. 539- gera: 143388/di/ra SCALP ACUPOINTS PENETRATION IN TREATING ACUTE HYPERTENSIVE INTRACEREBRAL HEMORRHAGE AND ITS CORRELATIVITY WITH SERUM SLOOB PROTEIN. LI JING JING, DONG GUI-RONG. journal of acupuncture and tuina science. 2006;4(5):274 (eng). Objective: To research the clinical curative effect and explore the mechanism of penetrating of scalp-point on acute hypertensive intracerebral hemorrhage (ICH). Methods: 66 patients were randomly divided into two groups: one is the scalp-point therapeutic group, the other is the western medicine group. The two groups were all treated by dehydration, etc. In addition, there are 20 normal people to be set as the healthy group. To select the nervous functional deficit mark, activity of daily living (ADL) form, the amount S100B protein as indexes and analysis the results. Results: the recordings indicate the patients' Serum S-100B protein are related with nervous functional deficiency mark. After 28 days, the recovery of patients' nervous function of scalp acupuncture group was obviously superior to that of control group (P<0.05). Conclusions: The results suggested that the patients' Serum

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S-100B had positive correlation with nervous functional deficit; The penetrating of scalp-point had the better regulatory effect on the level of Serum S-100B, and could improve the nervous functional deficit and ADL, so as to improve the coordination and compensation function and the general nervous function between cortical functional areas 540- gera: 143394/di/ra CLINICAL STUDY ON 28 CASES OF ACUTE CEREBRAL HEMORRHAGE TREATED BY SCALP ACUPUNCTURE PLUS REHABILITATION THERAPY. ZHU WEN-ZENG, NI JIN-XIA, BAO CHUN-LING, ET AL. journal of acupuncture and tuina science. 2006;4(5):296 (eng). Objective: To evaluate the clinical efficacy of scalp penetrating technique plus rehabilitation therapy in treating acute cerebral hemorrhage. Methods: The patients were allocated randomly by computer into scalp acupuncture plus rehabilitation group (A), rehabilitation group (B) and Western medication control group (C). Results: The total effective rate and the curative and remarkable effective rate were 92.9% and 75.0% respectively in Group A, and 84.6% and 69.2% respectively in Group B and 75.9% and 37.9% respectively in Group C. There was a very significant difference in comparison of Group A and Group B with Group C (P<0.01, P<0.05). There was no significant difference between Group A and Group B (P>0.05). But the total effective rate was significantly higher in Group A than in Group B. Conclusion: Scalp acupuncture plus rehabilitation therapy can obviously enhance the clinical effect in cerebral hemorrhage, reduce the neural deficit due to acute cerebral hemorrhage and improve 541- gera: 143428/di/ra INFLUENCE OF SCALP POINT-TO-POINT ACUPUNCTURE ON SERUM SICAM1 IN PATIENTS WITH ACUTE CEREBRAL INFARCTION. BAO CHUN-LING, HUANG XIUJUN, ZHANG LI-RONG, ET AL. journal of acupuncture and tuina science. 2006;4(4):213 (eng). Objective: To study the influence of different methods on serum soluble intercellular adhesion moleculel (sICAM1) in patients with acute cerebral infarction. Methods: Double antibody enzyme-linked immunoadsorbent assay was used. Results and Conclusion: Scalp point-to-point acupuncture has a significant reducing effect on abnormally elevated serum sICAM1 in patients with acute cerebral infarction. Its curative effect is superior to that of simple Western medicine. There is a significant difference between them (P< 0.05). 542- gera: 143572/di/ra INTEGRATING EAR AND SCALP ACUPUNCTURE TECHNIQUES INTO THE CARE OF BLAST-INJURED UNITED STATES MILITARY SERVICE MEMBERS WITH LIMB LOSS. NIEMTZOW RC, GAMBEL J, HELMS J, POCK A, BURNS SM, BAXTER J. journal of alternative and complementary medicine. 2006;12(7):596-9. (eng). 543- gera: 143717/di/ra [THE INFLUENCE OF SCALP ACUPUNCTURE PLUS POINT INJECTION ON INTELLIGENCE IN MICROCEPHALY CHILDREN]. ZHANG YM. shanghai journal of acupuncture and moxibustion. 2006;25(5):18 (chi). (Abstract] Objective To observe the influence of scalp acupuncture plus point injection on intelligence quotient in microcephaly children. Methods Twenty-five children with microcephaly were treated by scalp acupuncture as main therapy plus point injection. The children's intelligence was tested by China ­ Wechsler's intelligence scale before and after treatment. Results andConclusion Acupuncture can improve intelligence and especially has an obvious influence on verbal intelligence quotient in microcephaly children. 544- gera: 143804/di/ra [TREATMENT OF TINNITUS WITH YNSA (YAMAMOTO NEW SCALP ACUPUNCTURE)]. STOCKENHUBER D. deutsche zeitschrift fur akupunktur. 2006;49(3):36 (deu). 545- gera: 144805/di/ra [OBSERVATION ON THERAPEUTIC EFFECT OF SCALP ACUPUNCTURE ANALGESIA ON LABOR]. BO QX, ZHANG JX. chinese acupuncture and moxibustion. 2006;26(9):659 (eng). OBJECTIVE: To observe analgesic effect of scalp acupuncture on labor. METHODS: Seventy primiparae with term pregnancy and monocyesis were randomly divided into scalp acupuncture group treated by acupuncture at the Shengzhi area of scalp, and control group by no treatment. Pain grades before and after scalp acupuncture were evaluated with the pain 4-grade rating criteria stipulated by WHO, and the active stage and the second birth process, the Apgar scores of new-born and postpartum hemorrage amount were compared between the two groups. RESULTS: The labor pain with 1 to approximately 2 grades was found in 33 cases in the scalp acupuncture group, and 2 cases in the control group with very significant difference between the two groups (P < 0.01); the active stage was (130.70 +/- 74.16 ) min and the second birth process was (40.70 +/- 21.65) min in the scalp acupuncture group, and (166.15 +/- 62.65) min and (53.30 +/- 26.93) min in the control group, respectively, with significant differences between the two groups (all P < 0.05); and there were no significant differences in Apgar score of new-born and postpartum hemorrhage amount. CONCLUSION: Scalp acupuncture has a better analgesic 546- gera: 145750/di/ra APPLYING SCALP ACUPUNCTURE TO TREAT 20 CASES OF HEMIFACIAL SPASM (HFS). JUN SHE. international journal of clinical acupuncture. 2006;15(4):285 (eng). Hemifacial spasm (HFS) is a paroxysmal, involuntary tic of hemifacial muscles. There are many reports of treating HFS with acupuncture, but there are few reports of treating HFS by applying scalp acupuncture. We treated 20 patients with HFS by applying scalp acupuncture and achieved good results. 547- gera: 150496/di/ra CLINICAL OBSERVATION OF HERPES 20 STER TREATED WITH SCALP ACUPUNCTURE. LIJIAN WU. journal of clinical acupuncture and moxibustion. 2006;22(1):32 (eng). Objective: To search the brief and effective method to treat sexual disorder. Methods: 36 patients with functional sexual disorder were treated by moxibustion meridian equipment for 15 ­ 20 min/day, and the results were evaluated after 3 periods of treatment. Results: The cured rate and total effective rate were 41. 6% and 86. 1% respectively. Conclusion: It is a simple and safe method on treating functional impotence by moxibustion meridian equipment, which is easy to be promoted. 548- gera: 151911/cg/ra L'UTILISATION DE YNSA (YAMAMOTO NEW SCALP ACUPUNCTURE) L'UTILISATION DU BIOPUNCTURE CHEZ LES SPORTIFS. LAMBRECHTS G. 10 eme congres national de la faformec, toulouse. 2006;: (fra). 549- gera: 145267/di/ra [CLINICAL OBSERVATIONS ON SCALP ACUPUNCTURE TREATMENT OF 33 FACIAL SPASM PATIENTS]. FANG _XIANG-DONG, CAI XAIN-CHENG, TANG CHEN-LIN, MEI LIN FENG. shanghai journal of acupuncture and moxibustion. 2007;26(1):24 (chi). Objective To investigate the curative effect of acupuncture on facial spasm. Methods Fifty-six patients with facial spasm were randomly diveided into a treatment( scalp acupuncture group of 33 cases and a control group of 23 cases and separately trea-ted by different methods of acupuncture. ) Results A better curative effect on facial spasm was produced in the treatment group. There was a significant difference in the total response rate between the two groups (P <0.05) . Conclusion Treatment with scalp acupunc-ture as the main has a satisfactory effect on facial 550- gera: 145826/di/ra [YAMAMOTO NEW SCALP ACUPUNCTURE (YNSA) AS A THERAPEUTIC OPTION FOR CHRONIC SENSORINEURAL HEARING LOSS AND CHRONIC TINNITUS IN COMBINATION WITH CERVICAL SPINE SYNDROME]. J WILLENBOCKEL, C WILLENBOCKEL. deutsche zeitschrift fur akupunktur. 2007;1:14 (deu). Yamamoto New Scalp Acupunctur (YNSA) is a good therapeutic optio for chronic sensorineural hearin loss and

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chronic tinnitus, especially when a coexisting cervical spine syndrome is considered to be important for the therapy. This is demonstrated in four case studies. 551- gera: 146186/di/ra EFFECT OF SCALP ACUPUNCTURE ON LANGUAGE DEVELOPMENT IN THE REHABILITATION OF AUTISTIC CHILDREN: AN EGYPTIAN EXPERIENCE. ALLAM H1, GAMAL EL-DINE N2, HELMY G1. forschende komplementarmedizin and klassische naturheilkunde. 2007;14(S1): (deu). Background: Autism is a neurodevelopmental disorder that manifests in delays of social interaction, language as used in social communica-tion, or symbolic or imaginative play, with an onset prior to age of 3 years. Language Therapy (LT) for autistic children is the main line of rehabilitation as it stresses on its major presenting symptom; language impairment. Many autistics who acquired language (verbal) have diffi-culty in semantics; all of them have difficulty in pragmatics. Scalp Abstracts acupuncture (scalp AP) is a modality based on the physiological func-tion of different brain areas; where different scalp zones are stimulated with needles so as to stimulate the reflex-related nerve tissue. Aim: Evaluate the role of Scalp AP as complementary modality to LT in rehabilitation of autistic children. Subjects and methods: The study was carried out in 20 autistic children (divided into 2 equal groups A and B), diagnosed according to DSM IV classification. Age was 4-7 years (Mean 5.5 years). All were subjected to language therapy (LT) twice weekly, aiming at stimulation of cognitive and verbal abilities. Group B only was subjected to scalp AP twice weekly as a rehabilitation complementary tool (acupoints used: Du 20, 26, GV17,3 temple nee-dles, Yamamoto YNSA:cerebrum, aphasia points: using acupuncture needles 0.3x30mm). Language test was done before and after therapy (9 months) to monitor cognition and expression (Arabic test included). Results: Both groups showed a significant improvement in cognitive and expressive language skills between pre and post therapy, being highly significant among group B autistics treated with Scalp Ap (atten-tion 2.810.8 group A vs 3.510.8 group B, receptive semantics: 713.8 group A vs 9.413.1 in group B). Expressive semantics significantly improved in both groups. Conclusion: Scalp Ap is a successful, effec-tive and safe complementary modality for autistic children with lan-guage disorders when combined to language therapy. 552- gera: 146224/di/ra [EFFECT OF SCALP ACUPUNCTURE DRAWING METHOD ON MOTOR FUNCTION IN HEMIPLEGIC PATIENTS FOLLOWING CEREBRAL THROMBOSIS AT CONVALESCENT PERIOD]. SHI HONG-FEI AND ZHENG XIAO-HONG. chinese journal of integrated traditional and western medicine. 2007;27(4):361 (chi). Objective To observe the effect of scalp-acupuncture drawing method (SADM) on recovering motor function in hemiplegic patients following cerebral thrombosis at convalescent period. Methods Adopting randomized, single- blinded, controlled method, 93 patients suffering from hemiplegia following cerebral throm-bosis were randomly assigned to 3 groups, 31 in each group. All patients were treated based on neurological rou-tine therapy, those in the treated group and the control group I were treated respectively with SADM and scalpacupuncture twirling method (SATM) additionally, but for those in the control group II , no additional treatment was given. The treatment course for all was 4 weeks. Results Before treatment, there were in-significant difference among 3 groups in the score of neural motor function deficits (NFDS) of limbs and activity of daily life (ADL) score (P >0 .05) . After being treated for 4 weeks, the NFDS was significantly lower and the ADL score significantly higher in the treated group and the control group I as compared with that in the control group II respectively, besides, the efficacy for improving ADL in the treated group was superior to that in the control group II (P< 0.01 , P < 0.05) and the change of the scores in the treated group was more than that in the control group I (P < 0.05) . Conclusion SADM was superior to scalp-acupuncture twisting method in improving the patients' motor function of extremity and ADL in hemiplegia patients following cere-bral thrombosis at convalescent period; the combination of conventional medicine and SADM can effectively im-prove the ADL score and motor function of hemiplegia patients following cerebral thrombosis in the convalescent stage. 553- gera: 146522/di/ra [EFFECT OF PREVIOUS ANALGESIA OF SCALP ACUPUNCTURE ON POST-OPERATIVE EPIDURAL MORPHINE ANALGESIA IN THE PATIENT OF INTESTINAL CANCER]. HE BM, LI WS, LI WY. chinese acupuncture and moxibustion. 2007;27(5):369-71 (chi). OBJECTIVE: To probe the effect of previous analgesia of scalp acupuncture. METHODS: Sixty cases of radical operation of intestinal cancer were randomly divided into 2 groups: a scalp acupuncture plus epidural analgesia (scalp acupuncture group) and an epidural analgesia group, 30 cases in each group. The scalp acupuncture group received scalp acupuncture from 20 min before operation to the end of the operation, and epidural analgesia at the end of the operation. The epidural analgesia group only received epidural analgesia at the end of the operation. Recovery of VAS scores, BCS scores and gastrointestinal function after operation were investigated to probe into effects of scalp acupuncture on epidural morphine analgesia after operation in the patient of intestinal cancer. RESULTS: The VAS scores at 6 h, 12 h, 24 h and 48 h in the scalp acupuncture group were lower than the epidural analgesia group, with significant differences at 6 h and 12 h between the two groups (P < 0.05). BCS scores at the 4 time points in the scalp acupuncture group were lower than the epidural analgesia group with significant differences between the two groups (all P < 0.05). The scalp acupuncture group in recovery of bowel sound, exsufflation from the anus in the scalp acupuncture group was faster than the epidural analgesia group (P < 0.01). CONCLUSION: Scalp acupuncture has a certain previous analgesic effect, reducing discomfort of the patient after operation and promoting the recovery of gastrointestinal functions. 554- gera: 146936/di/ra OBSERVATION ON THERAPEUTIC EFFECTS OF SCALP ACUPUNCTURE ANALGESIA ON CHILDBIRTH. BO-QIXUE, ZHANG-XUE. eastwest integration medicine. 2007;5(3):6 (eng). Objective To observe the therapeutic effect of scalp acupunc¬ture analgesia on childbirth.Methods Seventy cases of primiparae (prirnipara sing.) with full term and singleton pregnancy were randomly divided into a scalp acupuncture group treated by needling at the reproduction area of the scalp and a control group without any analgesic treatment. Pain grades before and after scalp acupuncture were eval¬uated based on the 4-grade rating criteria stipulated by the WHO. The active stage, second birth process, Apgar scores of the newborn and the postpartum hemorrhage amount were compared between the two groups.Results Labor pains with 12 grades were found in thirty-three cases in the scalp group and two cases were found in the control group with a very significant difference between the two groups (P<0.01). The active stage was 130.70±74.16 min and the second birth process was 40.70±21.65 min in the scalp acu¬puncture group; 166.15±62.65 min and 53.30±26.93 min, respectively, in the control group with significant differences between the two groups Group Age(P<0.05). No significant differences were found in the new-Scalp acup. 25.13±born Apgar score and postpar- Control 25.06±:tum hemorrhage amount.P> 0.0Table 1. General data in Conclusion Scalp acupuncture is beneficial to the parturients undergoing vaginal delivery without adverse effects on both mothers and infants.Labor pain is a general situation, which not only af¬fects parturients physically and psychologically, but also induces a series of reactions of the body, and even influences the safety of mothers and infants. The authors applied scalp acupuncture analgesia for childbirth and achieved satisfactory effects. A report follows. 555- gera: 147070/di/ra CLINICAL STUDY OF TREATMENT OF VASCULAR DEMENTIA WITH LASTING SCALP ACUPUNTURE. NIU WM, LIU HY. shanghai journal of acupuncture and moxibustion. 2007;26(10):4 (chi). Objective To explore a treatment for vascular dementia.

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Methods Sixty patients were randomly allocated to two groups. The observation group was treated with lasting scalp acupuncture and the control group,by medication. Evaluation was made by means of Hasegawa dementia scale ( HDS) , neurological function deficit ( NFD) score and main symptom ( MS) score before and after treatment. Results There were statistically significant differences in HDS, NFD score and MS score between pretreatment and postt¬reatment score in both groups ( P <-0. 01 ) . There were statistically significant differences in pretreatment-posttreatment differences in HDS ,NFD score and MS score between the two groups (P < 0. 05 ) . The total efficacy rate was 86. 77% in the observation group and 80. 00% in the control group. There was a statistically significant difference in curative effect between the two groups( P <0. 05) . Con¬clusion Lasting scalp acupuncture is exactly effective in treating vascular dementia 556- gera: 147095/di/ra THE KEY OF INCREASING THE THERAPEUTIC EFFECT OF SCALP ACUPUNCTURE ON HEMIPLEGIA DUE TO STROKE. OUYANG QI, ZHOU WEI, ZHANG CHUN-MEI. chinese acupuncture and moxibustion. 2007;27(10):773 (chi). Discuss the 5 aspects for increasing the therapeutic effect of scalp acupuncture for treatment of hemiplegia due to stroke. First is deqi (getting qi), which is an important factor for acupuncture effect, and the needling sensation of scalp acupuncture should be the feeling of sucking the needle as main; second is needling manipulation, which should be selected for getting proper needling sensation, conducting direction and intensity; third is effective stimulating amount, only stimulating intensity and amount match with response state in the body of the patient, can produce resonance of energy , and attain the best therapeutic effect; fourth is treatment opportunity: the increase of rehabilitation level for hemiplegia of stroke depends on early scalp acupuncture treatment; fifth is rehabilitation training: scalp acupuncture needs combination with rehabilitation training in scalp acupuncture treatment of hemiplegia of stroke to exert positive effect:. Clinically. taking note of these five aspects, the therapeutic effects of scalp acupuncture on hemiplegia of stroke can be consolidated and increased. 557- gera: 147113/nd/ra [EFFECT OF SCALP ACUPUNCTURE ON INFLAMMATORY RESPONSE IN RATS WITH ACUTE CEREBRAL ISCHEMIAREPERFUSION INJURY.]. ZHANG HX, LIU LG, ZHOU L, HUANG H, LI X, YANG M. zhong xi yi jie he xue bao. 2007;5(6):686-91 (chi). Objective: To explore the mechanism of scalp acupuncture (SA) in treating cerebral ischemia.Methods: Sixty SD rats with middle cerebral artery occlusion (MCAO) were randomized into untreated group and SA-treated group, with another group of 10 SD rats without artery occlusion as sham-operated control. Neurological severity score (NSS), hemetoxylin and eosin (HE) staining and enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay were applied to observing the changes of neurofunctional defect, inflammatory infiltration in cerebral tissue and content of tumor necrosis factor-alpha (TNF-alpha), interleukin-1beta (IL-1beta) and IL-10 at 24, 48 and 72 h after ischemiareperfusion.Results: There existed significant difference in NSS between SA-treated group and untreated group (P<0.01), especially at 72 h after ischemia-reperfusion. The HE staining results of ischemic cerebral tissue showed an apparent reduction of inflamed lesions in SA-treated group as compared with the untreated group (P<0.01), especially at 72 h after ischemia-reperfusion. The content of TNF-alpha and IL-1beta at each phase point after ischemia-reperfusion in SA-treated was decreased as compared with that in the untreated group, and there were differences between SA-treated group and untreated group at 72 h after ischemia-reperfusion (P<0.01). An apparent increase was observed in IL-10 between SAtreated group and untreated group at each phase point after ischemia-reperfusion, and there were significant differences between SA-treated group and untreated group at 48 and 72 h after ischemia-reperfusion (P<0.05, P<0.01).Conclusion: Scalp acupuncture can improve neurofunctional rehabilitation, suppress leukocyte infiltration, decrease the content of TNFalpha and IL-1beta within a certain range and enhance IL-10 expression so as to suppress cytokines-mediated inflammatory reaction and attenuate 558- gera: 147356/di/ra OBSERVATIONS ON THE INFLUENCE OF RECOVERY OF MYODYNAMIA OF ACUTE THROMBOSIS HEMIPLEGIA TREATED WITH CLUSTER SCALP ACUPUNCTURE NEEDLING COMBINED WITH RECOVERY TECHNIQUE. MA JIN LONG, TANG QIANG, ZHOU HAI CHUN. journal of clinical acupuncture and moxibustion. 2007;23(8):26 (eng). 559- gera: 147438/nd/ra TREATMENT OF JUVENILE STROKE USING YAMAMOTO NEW SCALP ACUPUNCTURE (YNSA) - A CASE REPORT. YAMAMOTO T, SCHOCKERT T, BOROOJERDI B. acupunct med. 2007;25(4):200-203 (eng). In Germany, stroke affects approximately 300 children each year. Treatment options for stroke patients, particularly for children, are limited. A case is described of an 18 month old girl with hemiparesis, who showed a considerable degree of recovery over the course of 21 months while receiving Yamamoto New Scalp Acupuncture using soft laser. This may represent a new option for the therapy of such patients. 560- gera: 147913/di/ra EFFECTS OF ELECTRO-SCALP ACUPUNCTURE ON CEREBRAL DOPAMINE TRANSPORTER IN PATIENTS WITH PARKINSON'S DISEASE (ABSTRACT). HUANG YONG ET AL. journal of alternative and complementary medicine. 2007;13(8):894 (eng). 561- gera: 148046/di/ra BRAIN MECHANISMS OF SCALP ACUPUNCTURE EFFECTS ON CEREBRAL APOPLEXY: STUDIES ON STROKE PRONE RATS WITH MAGNETIC RESONANCE IMAGING (ABSTRACT). INOUE ISAO ET AL. journal of alternative and complementary medicine. 2007;13(8):910 (eng). 562- gera: 149820/di/ra TREATMENT OF JUVENILE STROKE USING YAMAMOTO NEW SCALP ACUPUNCTURE (YNSA) - A CASE REPORT. YAMAMOTO T, SCHOCKERT T, BOROOJERDI B. acupuncture in medecine. 2007;25(4):200 (eng). In Germany, stroke affects approximately 300 children each year. Treatment options for stroke patients, particularly for children, are limited. A case is described of an 18 month old girl with hemiparesis, who showed a considerable degree of recovery over the course of 21 months while receiving Yamamoto New Scalp Acupuncture using soft laser. This may represent a new option for the therapy of such patients. 563- gera: 148099/di/ra [COMPARISON OF THERAPEUTIC EFFECTS BETWEEN BODY ACUPUNCTURE AND SCALP ACUPUNCTURE COMBINED WITH BODY ACUPUNCTURE ON ATHEROSCLEROTIC CEREBRAL INFARCTION AT ACUTE STAGE]. BAO F, WANG DH, ZHANG YX, WANG FQ, SUN H. chinese acupuncture and moxibustion. 2008;28(1):10 (chi). OBJECTIVE: To compare therapeutic effects between body acupuncture and scalp acupuncture combined with body acupuncture on atherosclerotic cerebral infarction at acute stage. METHODS: Forty-two cases of atherosclerotic cerebral infarction at acute stage were divided into 2 groups. They were treated respectively by scalp acupuncture combined with body acupuncture and simple body acupuncture. The comprehensive scores of mind, speech, limb motor function, etc. of the patients before and after treatment were recorded and compared. RESULTS: After treatment, the cumulative scores in the two groups reduced significantly (P < 0.01); the difference of scores before and after treatment in the scalpbody acupuncture group was significantly higher than that in the body acupuncture group (P < 0.05); there was no significant difference between the two groups in clinically effective rate (P > 0.05), but there was a very significantly difference between the two groups in the markedly effective rate (P < 0.01), the scalp-body acupuncture group being significantly higher than that in the body acupuncture group. CONCLUSION: Acupuncture can improve mind, speech and

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limb motor function of the patient with atherosclerotic cerebral infarction at acute stage, and the therapeutic effect of scalp combined with body acupuncture is better than that of simple body acupuncture. 564- gera: 148795/di/ra SCALP ACUPUNCTURE EFFECT ON LANGUAGE DEVELOPMENT IN CHILDREN WITH AUTISM: A PILOT STUDY. ALLAM H, NIRVANA GAMAL ELDINE, GHADA HELMY. journal of alternative and complementary medicine. 2008;14(2):109 (eng). Background and objectives: Autism is a neurodevelopmental disorder that manifests in delays in social interaction, language used in social communication, and symbolic or imaginative play, with an onset prior to age 3 years. Language therapy (LT) for children with autism is the main form of rehabilitation, because it emphasizes its major presenting symptom (i.e., language impairment). Scalp acupuncture (scalp AP) is a modality based on the physiologic function of different brain areas, where different scalp zones are stimulated with needles so as to stimulate the reflexively related nervous tissue. This study aimed to evaluate the role of scalp AP as a complementary modality to LT in rehabilitation of children with autism. Subjects and design: The study involved 20 children (divided into 2 equal groups: A and B), diagnosed as autistic according to DSM IV classification. Their ages ranged between 4 and 7 years old. All subjects underwent LT twice weekly, aiming at stimulation of cognitive and verbal abilities. Group B only was subjected to scalp AP sessions--twice weekly--as a rehabilitation complementary tool during the 9-month period of the study. The acupoints used were: Du 20, 26, GV17; three temple needles; and Yamamoto's New Scalp Acupuncture cerebrum and aphasia points (acupuncture needles 0.3 × 30 mm). A language test was performed before and after therapy to monitor cognition and expression (an Arabic test was included).Results: Both groups, whose mean age range was 5.5 years ± 1.22 years, showed a significant improvement in cognitive and expressive language skills pre- and posttherapy, which was highly significant among group B children treated with scalp AP (attention 2.8 ± 0.8 in group A versus 3.5 ± 0.8 in group B; receptive semantics were 7 ± 3.8 in group A versus 9.4 ± 3.1 in group B). Expressive semantics significantly improved in both groups.Conclusions: Scalp AP is a safe complementary modality when combined with LT and has a significantly positive effect on language development in children with autism. 565- gera: 149126/di/ra CLINICAL STUDY ON TREATMENT OF VASCULAR DEMENTIA WITH SCALP ACUPUNCTURE. NIU WEN-MIN, LIU HAI-YANG. journal of acupuncture and tuina science. 2008;6(1):24 (eng). Objective: To explore a treatment method for vascular dementia. Methods: Sixty patients were randomly allocated into two groups. The observation group was treated with longterm needle-retaining method of scalp acupuncture and the control group was treated by medications. Evaluation was made respectively before and after the treatment by means of Hasegawa dementia scale (HDS), neurological function deficit (NFD) score and main symptom (MS) score. Results: There were statistically significant differences in HDS, NFD score and MS score in both groups (P<0.01) before and after the treatment. There were statistically significant differences in HDS, NFD score and MS score between the two groups (P<0.05) before and after the treatment. The total effective rate was 86.8% in the observation group and 80.0% in the control group. There was a statistically significant difference in the effects between the two groups (P<0.05). Conclusion: This long-tenu needle-retaining method of scalp 566- gera: 149162/di/ra IMPACTS ON THE EXPRESSION OF VASCULAR ENDOTHELIAL GROWTH FACTOR IN ISCHEMIC BRAIN TISSUE TREATED WITH CLUSTER PUNCTURE ON SCALP ACUPOINTS IN RATS. LI BAO-DONG , WANG ZHI-YONG , BAI JING , BAI HAI-JUAN GONG WEI-ZHI, YAN, LIU ZHENJIANG, WANG LI-CHUN. world journal of acupuncture et moxibustion. 2008;18(1):38 (eng). Objective To probe into the impacts on the expression of vascular endothelial growth factor (VEGF) in ischemic brain tissue treated with cluster puncture on scalp acupoints in rats. Methods 128 rats were randomized into pseudo-operation group, model group, scalp-needling group and cluster-needling group. In scalp-needling group, penetration method was used on the focal side from Baihui GV20) to Qúbin (m g GB7) , and in cluster-needling group, penetration method was used on both sides from GV20 to GB7, and a common needling on GV 20. Needles were punctured 2 mm in depth, constantly rotated for 10min, retained for 2 h. lmmunohistrochemical method was applied to determine VEGF expression and microvessel density (MVD) . Results With the intervention of cluster puncture on scalp acupoints, VEGF expressions on every time-spot after ischemia were enhanced apparently, superior to those in scalp-needling group. On the three time-spots of the 7', 14'h and 21st days, MVD was increased after cluster puncture on scale acupoints, superior to those in scalpneedling group. Conclusion Cluster puncture on scalp acupoints up-regulated VEGF expression and promoted regeneration of microvessel. 567- gera: 149167/di/ra FIFTY-SIX CASES OF STROKE APHASIA TREATED WITH SCALP ACUPUNCTURE IN COMBINATION WITH XINGNAOKAIGIAO (AWAKEN AND ENLIGHTEN ONE'S MINDTHERAPY. QIAN BAO-YAN ,CAO LIU-SHUAN. world journal of acupuncture et moxibustion. 2008;18(1):65 (eng). 568- gera: 150303/di/ra [EFFECTS OF SCALP ACUPUNCTURE COMBINED WITH REHABILITATION THERAPY ON MOTOR FUNCTION IN THE HEMIPLEGIC PATIENT OF CEREBRAL THROMBOSIS AT CONVALESCENT PERIOD]. HUANG GF, ZHANG HX, ZHANG TF. chinese acupuncture and moxibustion. 2008;28(8):573 (eng). OBJECTIVE: To search for the best way to elevate the clinical therapeutic effect in the hemiplegic patient of cerebral thrombosis at convalescent period. METHODS: Adopting single-blind, randomized controlled method, 90 cases of cerebral thrombosis at convalescent period were assigned to 3 groups: a scalp acupuncture group (group A), a rehabilitation therapy group (group B) and a scalp acupuncture combined with rehabilitation therapy group (group C). Group A were treated with scalp acupuncture at the anterior oblique line of vertex-temporal and the posterior oblique line of vertextemporal on the healthy side; group B were treated with modern rehabilitation medical therapy, making limb function treatment; group C were treated with the scalp acupuncture in the group A combined with the rehabilitation therapy in the group B. Improvement of neural function defect and activity of daily life (ADL), and clinical therapeutic effect were observed. RESULTS: After treatment, the scores of neural function defect of 6.14 +/- 0.36 in the group C was significantly lower than 8.94 +/- 0.56 in the group A and 8.64 +/- 0.49 in the group B (P<0.05); the score of ADL of 88.39 +/- 10.02 and clinical therapeutic effect of 90.0% in the group C were significantly higher than 74.19 +/- 12.12 and 76.7% in the group A and 72.29 +/- 11.52 and 73.3% in the group B (P<0.05). CONCLUSION: The scalp acupuncture and rehabilitation therapy have synergistic action in improving motor function for the hemiplegic patient of cerebral thrombosis at convalescent period, and it is a better method for cerebral thrombosis at the convalescent stage. 569- gera: 151125/di/ra OBSERVATIONS ON THE EFFICACY OF SCALP ACUPUNCTURE PLUS BODY ACUPUNCTURE IN TREATING TRIGEMINAL NEURALGIA. LU ZEQIANG. shanghai journal of acupuncture and moxibustion. 2008;27(10):12 (chi). Objective To investigate the clinical efficacy of scalp acupuncture plus body acupuncture in treating trigeminal neuralgia. Methods On the basis of syndrome differentiationbased point selection and local point selection, scalp acupuncture and body acupuncture were used to treat 68 patients . The effect was compared with that in a conventional body acupuncture group of 50 patients. Results The cure rate and the total efficacy rate were 77.9% and 97.1% in the

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treatment group and 54.0% and 94.0% , in the control group. Statistical analysis showed that the cure rate was significantly higher in the treatment group than in the control group( P < 0. 05). Conclusion Scalp acupuncture plus body acupuncture has a better therapeutic effect on this disease. 570- gera: 153494/di/ra IMPACTS OF PENETRATION THERAPY WITH HEAD ELECTRICAL ACUPUNCTURE ON PROLIFERATION OF NEURAL STEM CELLS IN SUBSTANTIA NIGRA OF RAT MODEL OF PARKINSON'S DISEASE. WANG Shun, QI Xiujie,HAN Di,. world journal of acupuncture-moxibustion. 2008;18(4):23 (eng). To probe into the function mechanism of penetration therapy with head electrical acupuncture on Parkinson's disease. Methods Microinjection of 6-hydroxydopamin (6-OHDA) on the left corpus striatum was adopted to prepare rotation model of Parkinson's disease in rat. Penetration therapy with head electrical acupuncture was administered in treatment. Normal group, sham-operation group, model group and penetration therapy group were set up. ~lmmunohistochemical (IHC) method was used to test the morphology and count of positive cell of tyrosine hydroxylase (TH). @RT-PCR technology was used to detect the expression of nestin mRNA of neural stem cell (NSC). Results acornpared with model group, in penetration therapy group, the expressions of TH-positive neurons in immune response were increased in areal density (AD), numerical density (ND) and integrating optic density ( P<O. 05). OCompared with model group, in penetration therapy group, the expression of nestin mRNA was increased (P<O. 05). Conclusion Penetration therapy with head electrical acupuncture promotes the proliferation of endogenous neural stem cells in substantia nigra of rat model of Parkinson's disease. 571- gera: 152925/nd/re JASON HAO, DOM: PIONEERING THE USE OF SCALP ACUPUNCTURE TO TRANSFORM HEALING. INTERVIEW BY FRANK LAMPE AND SUZANNE SNYDER. HAO J. altern ther health med. 2009;15(2):62-71 (eng).

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ALLAM H, NIRVANA GAMAL ELDINE, GHADA HELMY¤ 564

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ALLAM H1, GAMAL EL-DINE N2, HELMY G1¤ 551 , ANDREW QI WU¤ 478 , ARMERO R ET AL¤ 32 , BABAK BOROOJERDI, TOSHIKATSU YAMAMOTO, SCHUMP G, SCHOCKERT 519 , BAHR FR¤ 57 , BAO CHUN-LING, HUANG XIU-JUN, ZHANG LI-RONG, ET AL¤ 541 , BAO F, WANG DH, ZHANG YX, WANG FQ, SUN H¤ 563 , BAO XAN YANG ET AL¤ 74 , BAO XIANGYANG¤ 64 , BAO XIANGYANG ET AL¤ 137 , BAO XIANGYANG, AL AL¤ 144 , BAO XIANGYNG ET AL¤ 300 , BELITSKAIA RA ET AL¤ 287 , BENECCHI G¤ 42 , BERWANGER C ET AL¤ 366 , BO QI-XIU , ZHANG JIN-XUE¤ 536 , BO QX, ZHANG JX¤ 526 , 545 , BO-QIXUE, ZHANG-XUE¤ 554 , BOSSY J, PRAT-PRADAL D ET TALLANDIER J¤ 61 , BOUCINHAS JC¤ 355 , BOUTROS N¤ 324 , CAI JING-ZHOU, PAN JIN-YAO¤ 432 , CAO RENJUN, ET AL¤ 438 , CASPANI F¤ 19 , CASPANI P ET AL¤ 269 , CHAN HPY¤ 222 , CHE YI¤ 97 , CHEN A¤ 242 , CHEN DAOYI¤ 81 , 160 , CHEN DAO-YI¤ 292 , CHEN HAN-PING¤ 403 , CHEN KEYAN¤ 132 , CHEN KEYAN ET AL¤ 40 , 49 , CHEN MU-YUAN¤ 502 , CHEN RUIHUA¤ 278 , CHEN SU ET AL¤ 267 , CHEN TIANYEN¤ 408 , CHEN XINGHUA¤ 371 , CHEN YM ET AL¤ 159 , CHEN YOUGUO¤ 424 , CHEN ZAIWEN ET AL¤ 168 , 188 , 193 , CHENG KEYAN ET AL¤ 76 , CHENGKONG NG ET AL¤ 7 , CHI X(, JIN Z,CUI, ET AL ¤ 467 , CHIAO SHUN FA¤ 34 , CHIAO SHUNFA¤ 26 , CROENEN F¤ 48 , CUI H, ZHANG HF, REN ZM, YU ZS, TANG Q¤ 509 , CUI H, ZHANG HF, WANG DY, ET AL¤ 505 , CUI JIN, XIANG KAI-WEI, LIANG YONG-YING ¤ 482 , CUI YUNMENG¤ 203 , 223 , DADONE G ET AL¤ 25 , DANONE G ET AL¤ 30 , DE LORENZI O¤ 67 , DING JINSHENG¤ 295 , DING XI-RUI, GU YONG-MING LIU SU-FEN¤ 420 ,

DONG GUIRONG ET AL¤ 123 , 151 , 194 , 198 , DONG GUI-RONG ET AL¤ 252 , 253 , DONG HONG-SHENG, DONG GUI-RONG, BAI YAN¤ 506 , DONG KUI-RONG ET AL¤ 262 , DU GUANGZHONG ET AL¤ 361 , DU GUOJUN ET AL¤ 412 , EMBID A¤ 149 , ERBE G¤ 184 , ERCOLANI M ET AL¤ 45 , 50 , ERICKSON RJ¤ 379 , FAN YUNPENG ET AL¤ 107 , FAN ZHAOJIN¤ 402 , FANG _XIANG-DONG, CAI XAIN-CHENG, TANG CHEN-LIN, MEI LIN FENG¤ 549 , FANG LI YU ZHISHUN¤ 304 , FANG YUNPENG¤ 131 , FANG YUNPENG ET AL¤ 54 , 110 , 176 , FENG XIUE ET AL¤ 290 , FRANCIS C YU¤ 84 , FRANGIPANE ET AL¤ 29 , FRAZEE JS¤ 17 , FU JIZHONG ET AL¤ 171 , FU ZHONGHUA ET AL¤ 340 , GAO WEIJUN ET AL¤ 257 , GOMINATO ET AL¤ 21 , GOMIRATO ET AL¤ 22 , GU SHIZHE¤ 372 , GUO WENYU¤ 164 , GUO ZHAORONG ET AL¤ 182 , GUO ZHUANG-LI, PEI HAI-TAO¤ 493 , HAN JIANHUA¤ 440 , 441 , HAN JIAN-HUA ¤ 490 , HAO J¤ 571 , HART BF¤ 9 , HE BI - MEI, LI WAN - YAO¤ 496 , HE BM, LI WS, LI WY¤ 553 , HE BM, LI WY, LI WS, ZHAO WX¤ 521 , HE JINZHI¤ 199 , HE JINZHU ET AL¤ 392 , HEGYI G¤ 342 , 343 , HENG JIAN SHENG¤ 122 , HO KOYO ET AL¤ 90 , HONG YUFANG¤ 439 , HSIO CHIEN LIN¤ 147 , HSU E ¤ 286 , HU JH¤ 5 , HU JIN-SHENG¤ 272 , 274 , HU RUYUN ET AL¤ 241 , HUAIYU J ET AL¤ 246 , 248 , HUANG GF, ZHANG HX, ZHANG TF¤ 568 , HUANG KUNHOU ET AL¤ 46 , HUANG LI MIN¤ 297 , HUANG WEI ET AL¤ 273 , 321 , HUANG Y, GONG W, ZOU J, ET AL¤ 485 , HUANG Y, TANG AW, LI ET AL¤ 481 , HUANG YONG ET AL¤ 560 , HUANG YONG, LI DONG-JIANG, TANG AN-WU, ET AL¤ 512

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HUANG YONG, TANG AN-WU, LI QIU-SHI, ET AL¤ 492 , 495 , HUANG YONG, WIN MOE HTUT, LI DONG-JIANG, ET AL¤ 500 , HUANG YONG,TANG AN-WU,LI DONG-JIANG,ET AL¤ 489

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HUBEI MEDICAL COLLEGE¤ 44 , INOUE ISAO ET AL¤ 561 , ITOHO PIA¤ 208 , J WILLENBOCKEL, C WILLENBOCKEL¤ 550 , JACOBE E¤ 501 , JI XIAO-PING¤ 352 , JIA HUAIYU ET AL¤ 230 , 239 , JIA JIE¤ 459 , JIACHEN Z ET AL¤ 219 , JIANG DINGQI ET AL¤ 126 , JIANG GANGHUI ET AL¤ 326 , 401 , JIANG LING-ZHEN¤ 487 , JIANG SHAN ET AL¤ 396 , JIANG ZHEN-YA ET AL¤ 328 , 349 , JIANGUO F ET AL¤ 80 , JIANWEI Z ET AL¤ 334 , JIAO GUORI¤ 52 , JIAO SHUN FA¤ 121 , JIAO SHUNFA¤ 2 , 133 , JIAO SHUN-FA¤ 72 , JIAO WEI ET AL¤ 345 , 368 , JIFENG Q¤ 79 , JIN WANCHENG ET AL¤ 232 , JIN ZHI-XIU, TU YA, HONG YIN-ZHU, ET AL¤ 484 , JIN ZIPING¤ 77 , 91 , JINGSHENG D¤ 313 , JUN SHE¤ 546 , KAJIMA I ET AL¤ 161 , 220 , KANAI SHINOHARA ET AL¤ 143 , KAO HONGHAO¤ 43 , KESPI JM¤ 202 , KONG RAOQI¤ 196 , 200 , KONG Y, XU F, LIN X, FENG Z, SHI H, YU G, HU L, LI X, JIANG L¤ 507 , KONG YAOQI¤ 102 , 104 , 183 , KONG YAOQI, XU FU, LIN XIURONG, ET AL¤ 513 , LAI XINSHENG ET AL¤ 265 , LAMBRECHTS G¤ 279 , 280 , 548 , LANFANG M¤ 116 , LANZA U¤ 70 , LEE MM¤ 23 , LEI XINQIANG¤ 180 , LEI XIN-QIANG ET AL¤ 315 , LENGENHAGER U¤ 47 , LI BAO-DONG , WANG ZHI-YONG , BAI JING , BAI HAIJUAN 566 , LI BAOMIN CHAI FUMING AND GAO HONGMING¤ 437 , LI CHANG-DU ET AL¤ 329 , LI DONG ZHE ET AL¤ 388 , LI DONG-ZE ET AL¤ 397 , LI HONG, HOU ZHONG-WEI, BAI YU-LAN, ET AL¤ 538 , LI HUILAN¤ 409 , LI JIN ET AL¤ 213 , LI JING¤ 356 , LI JING JING, DONG GUI-RONG¤ 539 , LI JING-JING, DONG GUI-RONG¤ 529 , LI JUYAN, DU HONGBIN¤ 433 , LI MAN¤ 309 , LI PING, YUE LAN¤ 472 , LI QIAO-JU ET AL¤ 215 , LI XIAO-JUN ¤ 498 , LI XUERONG¤ 68 , LI YANGZHEN¤ 332 , LI YANHUI ET AL¤ 245 , 256 , 363 , 375 , LI YINGKUN, ET AL¤ 419 , LI YUHUA ET AL¤ 173 , LI YUNQIN ET AL¤ 258 , LI ZHI¤ 331 , LIANG DONG-YUN ET AL¤ 293 , LIANG RIAN¤ 227 , LIJIAN WU¤ 547 , LIN XUEJIAN ET AL¤ 75 , LIN XUEJIAN ET AL¤ 124 , LIN YING-CHUN¤ 261 , LIN YINGCHUN ET AL¤ 86 , 165 , LIU CHUNHUI ET AL¤ 298 , 311 , LIU FANGTU¤ 112 , 119 , LIU FANGTU ET AL¤ 251 , LIU JIANHUA ET AL¤ 362 , LIU JINXIAN ET AL¤ 181 , LIU JUN ET AL¤ 357 , LIU NING ET AL¤ 406 , LIU TH ET AL¤ 8 , LIU XIUJIAN ET AL¤ 60 , LIU YAO-JIE ET AL¤ 319 , LIU YUMIN¤ 444 , 475 , LIU ZHEN HUAN¤ 442 , LIU ZHENHUAN ET AL¤ 360 , LU GUIJING¤ 395 , LU HC¤ 10 , LU SHOUKANG¤ 179 , 186 , 205 , LU SHUOKANG¤ 210 , LU YAQING¤ 367 , LU ZEQIANG¤ 436 , 569 , LUN XIN ET AL¤ 400 , LUN XIN, RONG LI, YANG WEN-HUI¤ 465 , LUO MINGFU ET AL¤ 259 , LUO ZHENGZHONG¤ 152 , MA JIN LONG, TANG QIANG, ZHOU HAI CHUN¤ 558 , MA XIAO-PING ET AL¤ 338 , MAEDA S¤ 207 , MAI VAN DONG ET AL¤ 14 , MARIE-OEHLER W¤ 189 , MENG FANHUI, MENG QINGLIANG, LIU WENXIA¤ 428 , MENG QINGGANG ET AL¤ 346 , MI JIANPING¤ 339 , MI SHUGUANG¤ 434 , MILES H¤ 3 , MING QING ZHU¤ 148 , MINGQING ZHU¤ 1 , MITRA G¤ 41 , MU JINXIA ET AL¤ 284 , MU LANFANG¤ 120 , NAKAZAWA H ET AL¤ 351 , NGUYEN VAN NGHI¤ 12 , 13 , 38 , NGUYEN VAN NGHI ET AL¤ 11 , 18 , NI WEI-MIN, SHEN JIE, HUANG YUAN-FANG¤ 483 , NI WEI-MIN, SHENJIE, HUANG YUAN-FANG ¤ 486 , NIEMTZOW RC¤ 531 , NIEMTZOW RC, GAMBEL J, HELMS J, POCK A, BURNS SM, BAXTER J¤ 542 , NIU WEN-MIN, LIU HAI-YANG¤ 565 , NIU WM, LIU HY¤ 555 , NIUJM, WU L, HAN CQ¤ 515 , OGAL HP ET AL¤ 425 , OU YANG-GANG ET AL¤ 380 , OUYANG QI, ZHOU WEI, ZHANG CHUN-MEI¤ 556 ,

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PAN WENYU, ET AL¤ 429 , PANG HONG¤ 254 , 285 , PANH HONG¤ 354 , PENG GUILAN, ZHANG LING¤ 461 , PENG S, WANG S, ZHAO JH¤ 524 , PERRET A¤ 229 , PICKWORTH W ET AL¤ 322 , 323 , PIER LUIGI S ET AL¤ 36 , PRADAL D ET AL¤ 35 , QI BAOYI ET AL¤ 353 , QIAN BAO-YAN ,CAO LIU-SHUAN¤ 567 , QIAN JIFENG¤ 58 , QIN LIHONG¤ 431 , QU HONG ET AL¤ 190 , QU HONG, ET AL¤ 209 , RAN CHUNFENG¤ 78 , REBOUL JL ET AL¤ 28 , REBOUL JL, ET AL¤ 37 , REN LIU JIANG ET AL¤ 51 , REN XINRONG ET AL¤ 415 , REN YANHONG¤ 318 , 347 , REN YI-ZHONG, CHENRUI-HUA, LIAO RONG-GUI¤ 471 , RICHARD A FEELY, DO¤ 514 , RONG YANG¤ 146 , ROUSTAN C¤ 4 , 6 , 24 , 142 , SACCHELLI PL¤ 31 , SCHJELDERUP V¤ 341 , SCHOCKER T,SCHUMPE G,AND CLAUDIA NICOLAY C,¤ 473 , SCHULER W¤ 185 , SHAN DONGMING¤ 283 , SHAN YONGHUA, YAO WEIJU¤ 422 , SHANG SHANJUN¤ 105 , SHAO ZI SHENG ET AL¤ 153 , SHEN QI-GEN¤ 233 , SHEN QINHAN ET AL¤ 55 , SHEN TE-LI ET AL¤ 426 , SHEN XIULAN¤ 99 , SHENG LINGLING ET AL¤ 141 , SHEVTSOVA NP ET AL¤ 89 , SHI HONG-FEI AND ZHENG XIAO-HONG¤ 552 , SHI XIAN¤ 237 , SHI XIAN ET AL¤ 138 , 228 , SHI YANHUA¤ 145 , SHI YANHUA ET AL¤ 128 , 374 , SHI YING ET AL¤ 224 , 299 , SHI ZIYU ET AL¤ 125 , SHU DEHAI ET AL¤ 288 , SHUN YUANZHENG¤ 106 , SI ZIYU ET AL¤ 73 , SONG JINGYING, ZHAI SUPING, SHEN WEIHONG¤ 430 , SONG JUN¤ 130 , STOCKENHUBER D¤ 534 , 544 , SU LIMIN ET AL¤ 333 , SU LI-MIN XIANG LI-MIN¤ 470 , SU RE LIANG ET AL¤ 390 , SUI MINGHE ET AL¤ 376 , SUN FAXIAN¤ 177 , SUN HUAILING ET AL¤ 411 , SUN KE-XING , ZHANG HAI-MENG ¤ 491 , SUN SHENTIAN ET AL¤ 56 , 65 , 71 , SUN YUANZHENG ET AL¤ 82 , 92 , 103 , SUN ZHONG-REN ET AL¤ 327 , TAN FENG, ZHANG TANFA¤ 537 , TAN FENG, ZHANG TANG-FA¤ 479 , TAN JI-LIN, LIGUO-HUI ¤ 477 , TANAKA N¤ 221 , TANG QIANG ET AL¤ 302 , 417 , TANG QISHENG ET AL¤ 296 , TANG SHENGXIU¤ 445 , 447 , TANG WENZHONG¤ 413 , 435 , TENK M ET AL¤ 33 , TIAN KAIYU¤ 446 , 448 , TONG LIGONG ET AL¤ 337 , TONG SHENG-XIU¤ 404 , TOSHIKATSU YAMAMOTO ET AL¤ 197 , UMLAUF R¤ 155 , 169 , 170 , 277 , VON ZECHMEISTER BJ¤ 474 , WAN ZHI-JIE ET AL¤ 303 , WANG AIHUA ET AL¤ 370 , WANG BENXIAN¤ 139 , WANG BO-QING, ZHOU PING, ZHU YU-PU¤ 517 , WANG DUANYI ET AL¤ 386 , WANG GUANGYI¤ 410 , WANG GUO-XIANG ET AL¤ 236 , WANG GUOXING ET AL¤ 244 , WANG HAIJING ET AL¤ 178 , WANG HENG ET AL¤ 204 , WANG HL, WU JW¤ 508 , WANG HONGDU, ZENG XIAORONG, CHEN LIHUA, ET AL¤ 468 , 469 , WANG HONG-FENG ET AL¤ 462 , WANG JICHUN¤ 150 , WANG LI-KUAN, HAN CAI-YUN¤ 516 , WANG LING¤ 191 , 218 , WANG PING , JI QING-MING,HUO XIAO-LI ¤ 499 , WANG QUANQI ET AL¤ 174 , WANG S, CAI YY, SHANG YJ, JIN-RONG L¤ 522 , WANG SHUN, CAI YU-YING, SHANG YAN-JIE, SANG PENG¤ 520 , 533 , WANG Shun, QI Xiu-jie,HAN Di,¤ 570 , WANG SHUN, ZHOU ZHENKUN, HU BINGCHENG, ET AL¤ 453 , WANG SUXIA, YANG CHUANBIAO¤ 414 , WANG WEN-YONG ET AL¤ 294 , WANG WINGYU¤ 310 , WANG YAWEN ET AL¤ 407 , WANG YING ET AL¤ 335 , WANG YIZHONG ET AL¤ 95 , WANG YU¤ 85 , WANG YUKANG ET AL¤ 231 , WANG YUQI, LUO CUI-FANG, TENG XIU-YING, ET AL¤ 460

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WANG ZHAOPEI ET AL¤ 96 , WANG ZHAOYANG ET AL¤ 373 , WEI WEN¤ 27 , WRIGHT W¤ 62 , 63 , WU BOLI ET AL¤ 308 , WU CHANG-JIN¤ 275 , WU CHENG XUN¤ 134 , WU CHENGXUN¤ 166 , WU CHENG-XUN ET AL¤ 214 , 320 WU CHENXIN ET AL¤ 129 , WU CHEN-XUN ET AL¤ 263 , WU XINWEI ET AL¤ 175 , WU XUPING ET AL¤ 378 , 384 , WU XUPING, ET AL¤ 421 ,

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WUYTS D¤ 281 , 282 , X¤ 53 , 59 , 111 , 156 , 157 , 158 , 195 , 206 , 449 , 450 , 458 , 518 , XI GUIFANG ET AL¤ 289 , XIA YANG, ZHU TIAN-ZHONG, SONG YA-GUANG, ET AL¤ 497 , XIA YANG, ZHU TIAN-ZHONG, SONG YA-GUANG, ET, AL¤ 476 , XIANG KAIWEI¤ 416 , XIANG LIMIN ET AL¤ 291 , XIANG LIMIN YAN HUA¤ 240 , XIANG LIMING ET AL¤ 306 , XIAO XIAO-HUA¤ 504 , XING YANLI ET AL¤ 260 , XIUQIN F ET AL¤ 266 , XU DEREN¤ 211 , XU L¤ 271 , XU LIUYING ET AL¤ 113 , XU QIAN ET AL¤ 163 , XU XINXIA, JIAO WEI, ZHU CHAOYING ¤ 488 , XU ZHOURONG¤ 172 , YAMAMOTO T¤ 69 , 162 , YAMAMOTO T, SCHOCKERT T, BOROOJERDI B¤ 559 , 562 , YANG GUO-RONG¤ 528 , YANG GUORONG ET AL¤ 451 , 455 , YANG SHUNYI ET AL¤ 369 , YANG YAN, CHEN HONG-TAO¤ 480 , YANG YIHONG¤ 391 , YAOQI K¤ 135 , YAU PS¤ 20 , YE LIHAN ET AL¤ 405 , YI QUN¤ 365 , YING SAIXIA ET AL¤ 255 , YONG HUANG, WIN MOE HTUT, DONGJIANG LI, ANWU TANG, QIUSHI LI, NA 510 , YU CD, WU BH, ZHANG J, SONG HM, WANG GS, YU Z¤ 523 , YU CHANGDE, WU BINGHUANG, HONG ANHUI, ET AL¤ 452 , 456 , YU GUOQIAO¤ 312 , 364 , YU GUOQIAO ET AL¤ 216 , YU PENG ET AL¤ 201 , 226 , 336 , 344 , 348 , 359 , 381 , 385 , 389 , YU XIANCHUAN¤ 268 , YU YAN-TONG ET AL¤ 264 , YU ZHISHUEN ET AL¤ 109 , YU ZHISHUN ET AL¤ 66 , 225 , YUAN Q, WANG QY, JIN R¤ 525 , YUAN YINGTING¤ 394 , YUEPING Z¤ 136 , YUKANG W ET AL¤ 247 , 249 , YUNPENG F ET AL¤ 118 , ZEISE-SÜSS D¤ 535 , ZEITLER J¤ 39 , ZEITLER M¤ 15 , 16 , ZHAI XUPU¤ 154 , ZHANG BINNONG¤ 140 , ZHANG FENGLING¤ 127 , ZHANG HAI-FENG, CUI HAI TANG QIANG¤ 463 , ZHANG HAI-FENG, XUAN LI-HUA, ZHANG SHU-YAN¤ 494 , ZHANG HONG¤ 350 , ZHANG HONGXING ¤ 466 , ZHANG HONGXING, ZHANG TANGFA¤ 443 , ZHANG HUI, LI JIYING, LIU KONGJIANG¤ 503 , ZHANG HX, LIU LG, ZHOU L, HUANG H, LI X, YANG M¤ 557

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ZHANG JING¤ 418 , ZHANG KUN¤ 393 , ZHANG LI ET AL¤ 316 , ZHANG LINHONG ET AL¤ 235 , 250 , ZHANG LIQUN LI YIWEI¤ 305 , ZHANG MINGJIU¤ 83 , 88 , 94 , 98 , 108 , 115 , ZHANG SHIXIONG¤ 87 , 93 , ZHANG SHUNYING ET AL¤ 167 , 187 , 192 , ZHANG XIAOLI ET AL¤ 358 , ZHANG XINDE¤ 325 , ZHANG YI-MING¤ 382 , 398 , ZHANG YL ZHANG J,WANG LS¤ 454 , 457 , ZHANG YM¤ 532 , 543 , ZHANG ZHENG¤ 212 , ZHAO DA-GUI, MU JING-PING¤ 511 , ZHAO SHU-TONG ET AL¤ 217 , ZHAO YING¤ 330 , ZHAO ZENGWU¤ 100 , ZHI L ET AL¤ 276 , ZHISHUEN Y ET AL¤ 117 , ZHOU J ET AL¤ 314 , ZHOU JIANWEI¤ 307 , ZHOU JIANWEI ET AL¤ 234 , 243 , ZHOU JIAN-WEI ET AL¤ 387 , ZHOU JIAWEI ET AL¤ 317 , ZHOU L, ZHANG HX, ZHANG TF¤ 527 , ZHOU WEI ET AL¤ 427 , ZHOU WEI, WANG LIPING¤ 423 , ZHOU YUZHONG¤ 238 , ZHU GEN-KUI¤ 464 , ZHU HONG-YING¤ 383 , 399 , ZHU MINGQING ET AL¤ 101 , 114 , ZHU MINGQING ET AL¤ 301 , ZHU WEN-ZENG, NI JIN-XIA, BAO CHUN-LING, AL¤ 530 , ZHU WEN-ZENG, NI JIN-XIA, BAO CHUN-LING, ET AL¤ 540

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1,01 -¤ GENERAL ASPECTS AND HISTORY/ ASPECTS GENERAUX ET HISTOIRE congrès¤ 53 , hôpital¤ 25 , 30 , 1,02 -¤ history/ histoire *¤ 68 , 2,01 -¤ ANATOMY- PHYSIOLOGY/ ANATOMIEPHYSIOLOGIE anatomie¤ 165 , 2,02 -¤ yin-yang. five elements/ yin-yang. cinq éléments feu¤ 202 , 2,03 -¤ qi, blood, body fluids/ energie, sang et liquides organiques essentielle¤ 173 , 2,04 -¤ organs and functions/ organes et fonctions curieux¤ 111 , estomac¤ 403 , vésicule biliaire¤ 43 , vessie¤ 43 , 2,05 -¤ meridians/ méridiens méridien curieux¤ 111 , sensation propagée le long des méridiens¤ 18 2,06 -¤ points/ points ¤ 165 , C7¤ 49 , E36¤ 44 , 96 , E37¤ 403 , F3¤ 49 , GI11¤ 403 , GI4¤ 403 , 403 , huatuojiaji¤ 28 , 32 , IG19¤ 127 , Jing¤ 173 , localistaion¤ 111 , MC6¤ 180 , MC8¤ 338 , point curieux¤ 53 , 111 , points nouveaux¤ 53 , 111 , spécificité¤ 49 , 336 , TR17¤ 127 , V10¤ 178 , 303 , V20¤ 403 , V34¤ 191 , V6¤ 303 , V7¤ 43 , 82 , 92 , 103 , 106 V8¤ 5 , V9¤ 303 , VB20¤ 178 , 385 , VB34¤ 259 , VB6¤ 106 , 178 ,

VB7¤ 56 , 65 , 66 , 71 , 178 VG13¤ 68 , VG14¤ 68 , VG16¤ 255 , VG20¤ 43 , 56 , 65 , 71 , 96 VG6¤ 303 , VG8¤ 255 ,

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3,02 -¤ pathogeny. causes of diseases/ pathogénie *¤ 202 , feu¤ 202 , stress¤ 207 , 4,02 -¤ tongue diagnosis/ glossoscopie *¤ 165 , veines sublinguales¤ 475 , 4,05 -¤ point diagnosis/ examen des points somatiques *¤ 95 , 173 , 4,07 -¤ syndromes/ syndromes differenciation des syndromes¤ 328 vide de rate¤ 165 ,

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141

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5,03 -¤ acupuncture/ acupuncture *¤ 52 , acupuncture des troncs nerveux¤ 264 , choix des points¤ 228 , 237 , 326 , 336 , deqi¤ 18 , 141 , 556 , latéralité¤ 57 , 66 , 82 , 252 , mobilisation perpuncturale¤ 200 , 337 , profondeur de puncture¤ 140 , 165 , puncture immédiate¤ 165 , séance d'acupuncture¤ 44 , 125 , 175 , 260 , 300 , 431 technique de puncture¤ 37 , 254 , 299 , 318 , 365 , tonification-dispersion¤ 52 , 132 , 200 , 254 , 307 , 354 5,04 -¤ long needle/ aiguille longue *¤ 32 , 56 , 114 , *¤ 115 , 140 , 150

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426

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431

5,06 -¤ intradermal needle. embedding sutures/ aiguille à demeure. catgut *¤ 28 , 345 , 368 , 428 , 5,07 -¤ bloodletting/ saignées *¤ 130 , 409 , 5,08 -¤ cupping/ ventouses *¤ 358 , 5,09 -¤ moxibustion/ moxibustion *¤ 44 , 191 , 321 , 5,10 -¤ ear acupuncture. auricular medicine/ auriculopuncture. auriculomédecine *¤ 17 , 38 , 45 , 50 , 57 , 61 , 68 , 95 , 105 , 177 , 185 , 199 , 286 , 338 , *¤ 502 ,

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5,11 -¤ nose, face, eye, hand and foot acupuncture/ rhinofacio, manopodo, craniopuncture *¤ 8 , 17 , 18 , 19 , 21 , 28 , 29 , 30 , 32 , 34 , 36 , 37 , 40 , 44 , 45 , 49 , 50 , 51 , 52 , 53 , 54 , 55 , 56 , 58 , 66 , 67 , 68 , 71 , 73 , 74 , 75 , 76 , 78 , 79 , 80 , 81 , 82 , *¤ 86 , 90 , 91 , 92 , 96 , 97 , 98 , 102 , 104 , 105 , 106 , 107 , 108 , 110 , 111 , 113 , 114 , 115 , 118

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119 , 120 , 121 , 122 , 123 , 124 , 125 , 127 , 128 , 129 , 132 , 135 , 136 , 138 , 139 , 141 , 146 , 150 , 151 , 152 , 153 , *¤ 154 , 157 , 160 , 164 , 166 , 178 , 198 , craniopuncture¤ 1 , 3 , 4 , 5 , 6 , 7 , 8 , 9 , 10 , 11 , 12 , 13 , 14 , 15 , 16 , 17 , 18 , 19 , 20 , 21 , 22 , 23 , 24 , 25 , 26 , 27 , 28 , 29 , 30 , 31 , 32 , 33 , craniopuncture¤ 34 , 35 , 36 , 37 , 38 , 39 , 40 , 41 , 42 , 43 , 44 , 45 , 46 , 47 , 48 , 49 , 50 , 51 , 52 , 53 , 54 , 55 , 56 , 57 , 58 , 59 , 60 , 61 , 62 , 63 , 64 , 65 , 66 , 67 , 68 , 69 , 70 , 71 , 72 , 73 , craniopuncture¤ 74 , 75 , 76 , 77 , 78 , 79 , 80 , 81 , 82 , 83 , 84 , 85 , 86 , 87 , 88 , 89 , 90 , 91 , 92 , 93 , 94 , 95 , 96 , 97 , 98 , 99 , 100 , 101 , 102 , 103 , 104 , 105 , 106 , 107 , 108 , 109 , 110 , 111 , 112 , 113 , craniopuncture¤ 114 , 115 , 117 , 118 , 119 , 120 , 121 , 122 , 123 , 124 , 125 , 126 , 127 , 128 , 129 , 130 , 131 , 132 , 133 , 134 , 135 , 136 , 137 , 138 , 139 , 140 , 141 , 142 , 143 , 146 , 147 , 148 , 149 , 150 , 151 , 152 , 153 , 154 , 155 , 156 , craniopuncture¤ 157 , 158 , 159 , 160 , 161 , 162 , 163 , 164 , 165 , 166 , 167 , 168 , 169 , 170 , 171 , 172 , 173 , 174 , 175 , 176 , 177 , 178 , 179 , 180 , 181 , 182 , 183 , 184 , 185 , 186 , 187 , 188 , 189 , 190 , 191 , 192 , 193 , 194 , 195 , 196 , craniopuncture¤ 198 , 199 , 200 , 201 , 202 , 203 , 204 , 205 , 206 , 207 , 208 , 209 , 210 , 211 , 212 , 213 , 214 , 215 , 216 , 217 , 218 , 219 , 220 , 221 , 222 , 223 , 224 , 225 , 226 , 227 , 228 , 229 , 230 , 232 , 233 , 234 , 235 , 236 , 237 , 238 , craniopuncture¤ 239 , 240 , 241 , 242 , 243 , 244 , 245 , 246 , 247 , 248 , 249 , 250 , 251 , 252 , 253 , 254 , 255 , 256 , 257 , 258 , 259 , 260 , 261 , 262 , 263 , 264 , 265 , 266 , 267 , 268 , 269 , 271 , 272 , 273 , 274 , 275 , 276 , 277 , 278 , 279 , craniopuncture¤ 280 , 281 , 282 , 283 , 284 , 285 , 286 , 288 , 289 , 290 , 291 , 292 , 293 , 294 , 295 , 296 , 297 , 298 , 299 , 300 , 302 , 303 , 306 , 307 , 308 , 309 , 310 , 311 , 312 , 313 , 315 , 317 , 318 , 319 , 320 , 321 , 322 , 323 , 324 , 325 , craniopuncture¤ 326 , 327 , 328 , 330 , 331 , 332 , 333 , 334 , 335 , 336 , 337 , 338 , 339 , 340 , 341 , 342 , 344 , 345 , 346 , 347 , 348 , 349 , 351 , 352 , 353 , 354 , 355 , 356 , 357 , 358 , 361 , 362 , 363 , 364 , 365 , 366 , 368 , 369 , 372 , 373 , craniopuncture¤ 374 , 375 , 376 , 377 , 378 , 379 , 380 , 381 , 382 , 383 , 384 , 385 , 386 , 387 , 388 , 390 , 391 , 392 , 393 , 394 , 395 , 396 , 398 , 399 , 400 , 401 , 402 , 403 , 404 , 405 , 406 , 407 , 408 , 409 , 410 , 411 , 412 , 413 , 415 , 416 , craniopuncture¤ 417 , 418 , 419 , 421 , 422 , 423 , 424 , 426 , 427 , 428 , 429 , 430 , 431 , 432 , 433 , 435 , 436 , 436 , 437 , 449 , 450 , 453 , 458 , 462 , 464 , 465 , 468 , 469 , 473 , 475 , 476 , 478 , 479 , 480 , 481 , 484 , 488 , 490 , 491 , 492 , craniopuncture¤ 493 , 494 , 495 , 496 , 498 , 499 , 500 , 501 , 502 , 503 , 504 , 505 , 506 , 507 , 511 , 512 , 513 , 514 , 515 , 516 , 518 , 520 , 522 , 524 , 528 , 533 , 534 , 535 , 538 , 541 , 546 , 570 , faciopuncture¤ 19 , 61 , manopuncture¤ 38 , 61 , oculopuncture¤ 130 , 143 , oculopuncture¤ 242 , 502 , podopuncture¤ 38 , 61 , rhinopuncture¤ 19 , 38 , 61 , 5,12 -¤ electro-acupuncture/ electro-acupuncture *¤ 52 , 81 , 170 , 172 , 173 , 211 , 241 , 255 , 271 , 322 , 323 , 324 , 328 , 339 , 352 , 369 , 381 , 385 , 412 , 453 , 488 , 500 , 506 , 522 , 524 , paramètres de l'électroacupuncture¤ 17

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5,13 -¤ magnetic acupuncture/ magnétothérapie *¤ 52 , 417 , 5,14 -¤ laser acupuncture/ laser *¤ 52 , 208 , 5,15 -¤ drug acupuncture/ chimiothérapie *¤ 52 , 171 , 273 , 288 , 333 , 402 , 408 , 418 5,16 -¤ qi gong. massages/ qi gong. massages *¤ 147 , acupression¤ 173 , massage¤ 147 , 219 , 269 , 396 , qi gong¤ 269 , 6,01 -¤ algology/ algologie *¤ 409 , potentialisation médicamenteuse de l'acupuncture¤ 346 seuil de la douleur¤ 138 ,

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6,02 -¤ acupuncture anesthesia/ analgésie chirurgicale *¤ 286 , prediction¤ 194 , 7,03 -¤ coronary diseases/ coronaropathies *¤ 329 , 7,05 -¤ hypertension/ hypertension *¤ 26 , 66 , 242 , 253 , 7,07 -¤ peripheral circulation/ circulation périphérique microcirculation¤ 82 , 103 , 106 , 138 , 8,03 -¤ alopecia/ alopécie *¤ 161 , 9,03 -¤ diabetes mellitus/ diabète *¤ 390 , 408 , 9,07 -¤ hyperlipidemia/ hyperlipidémie *¤ 54 , 130 , 242 , 10,05 *¤ 84

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stomach. duodenum/ estomac. duodénum

10,15 -¤ gastrointestinal hemorrhage/ hémorragies digestives *¤ 374 , 11,01 -¤ GYNECOLOGY- OBSTETRICS/ GYNECOLOGIEOBSTETRIQUE *¤ 436 , 12,05 *¤ 44

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thrombosis/ thromboses

14,01 -¤ NEUROLOGY- PSYCHIATRY/ NEUROLOGIEPSYCHIATRIE aphasie¤ 81 , 160 , 250 , 290 , aphasie¤ 345 , 358 , 368 , 401 , spasticite¤ 67 , 14,02 *¤ 84

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14,05 -¤ epilepsy. convulsions/ epilepsie. convulsions *¤ 390 , 14,06 -¤ parkinson disease. tremor/ parkinson. tremblement *¤ 26 , 32 , 131 , 390 , 14,07 -¤ cerebrovascular diseases. hemiplegia/ accidents vasculaires cérébraux. *¤ 26 , 36 , 46 , 48 , 137 , 161 , 342 , 357 , 390 , 498 , 499 , 14,08 -¤ paraplegia. myelitis/ paraplégie. myelopathies *¤ 327 , sclérose en plaques¤ 9 , 14,09 -¤ peripheral nerve diseases/ neuropathies périphériques *¤ 131 , 14,12 *¤ 57 23,07 -¤ gerontology/ gérontologie *¤ 263 , 320 , 436 , 23,11 -¤ pediatrics/ pédiatrie *¤ 86 , 165 , 173 , 199 , 261 344 , 381 , 402 , 525 ,

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25,01 -¤ MECHANISM OF ACUPUNCTURE. ACUPUNCTURE AND CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM/ MECANISME D'ACTION DE L'ACUPUNCTURE. ACUPUNCTURE ET SYSTEME NERVEUX CENTRAL synapse¤ 97 , 25,08 -¤ telencephalon/ télencéphale noyan caudé¤ 96 , 25,10 -¤ central neurotransmitters/ neuromédiateurs centraux *¤ 96 , endorphine¤ 96 , 378 , 407 , 27,01 -¤ methods/ méthodes cas clinique¤ 221 , 329 , 385 , 395 , comparaison de 2 techniques de la MTC¤ 32 , 46 , 138 , 143 , 165 , 174 , 198 , 211 , 224 , 232 , 245 , 254 , 256 , 270 , 276 , 298 , 326 , comparaison de 2 techniques de la MTC¤ 337 , 361 , 375 , 376 , 377 , 404 , 411 , 417 , 426 , 429 , 430 , 502 , essai clinique non randomisé¤ 75 , 76 , 129 , 138 , 165 , 173 , 198 , 234 , 253 , 276 , 307 , 331 , 360 , 391 , 396 , 401 , 409 , 424 , 466 , 489 , 503 , essai comparatif éventuellement randomisé¤ 46 , 404 , 420 , 430 , 444 , essai comparatif éventuellement randomisé¤ 447 , 502 , 509 , 523 , 563 , 569 , essai contrôlé randomisé¤ 105 , 106 , 174 , 180 , 211 , 213 , 227 , 232 , 235 , 236 , 244 , 245 , 254 , 256 , 258 , 260 , 270 , 298 , 300 , 303 , 304 , 326 , 328 , 332 , 337 , 347 , 356 , 357 , 363 , 371 , 375 , 376 , 378 , essai contrôlé randomisé¤ 380 , 383 , 392 , 394 , 399 , 400 , 405 , 408 , 410 , 411 , 412 , 415 , 417 , 418 , 419 , 421 , 422 , 423 , 426 , 427 , 428 , 429 , 431 , 432 , 433 , 434 , 438 , 439 , 445 , 452 , 453 , 459 , 462 , 465 , 467 , 475 , 476 , 477 , 480 , 482 , essai contrôlé randomisé¤ 485 , 486 , 490 , 497 , 498 , 499 , 505 , 507 , 510 , 511 , 513 , 515 , 517 , 520 , 521 , 522 , 524 , 525 , 528 , 529 , 530 , 533 , 538 , 541 , 545 , 545 , 547 , 549 , 549 , 553 , 553 , 554 , 555 , 564 , 565 , 568 , essai ouvert (acupuncture)¤ 40 , 43 , 73 , essai ouvert (acupuncture)¤ 290 , 332 , étude controlée (acupuncture)¤ 169 , 180 , 236 , 250 , expérimentation animale (acupuncture)¤ 315 , 346 , 407 , 468 , 469 , 484 , 493 , 494 , 506 , 570 , expérimentation animale (acupuncture)/ gerbille¤ 255 , expérimentation animale (acupuncture)/ rat¤ 259 , expérimentation animale (acupuncture)/ singe¤ 5 , revue générale¤ 130 , 212 , 309 , 379 , 387 , 491 , 27,02 -¤ / techniques d'exploration EEG¤ 40 , 49 , 66 , 130 , 255 , 344

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spasm and tic/ spasmes et tics

14,13 -¤ insomnia. sleep disorders/ insomnie. troubles du sommeil *¤ 390 , 390 , 14,14 -¤ psychiatry/ psychiatrie *¤ 263 , 390 , 15,08 *¤ 84

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myopia/ myopie

16,03 -¤ vertigo/ vertiges *¤ 131 , 16,05 -¤ pharynx. larynx/ pharynx. larynx *¤ 339 , aphasie¤ 81 , 160 , 250 , 290 , 345 , 358

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401

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18,03 -¤ bi syndromes. joint diseases/ syndromes bi. arthropathies *¤ 84 , 137 , 18,10 *¤ 36

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18,14 -¤ lombar spine/ rachis lombaire *¤ 390 , 18,20 -¤ acupuncture analgesia in orthopedic surgery/ analgésie par acupuncture en chirurgie orthopédique *¤ 170 , 21,02 -¤ fainting. shock/ syncopes. choc *¤ 242 , 21,04 -¤ postoperative care/ réanimation post-opératoire *¤ 172 , 365 , 22,04 -¤ enuresis. urinary incontinence. urinary retention/ énuresie. incontinence et rétention d'urine *¤ 26 , énuresie¤ 26 , 22,07 -¤ urologic and male genital diseases/ appareil génital masculin prostate¤ 392 ,

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EMG¤ 76 , 130 , IRM¤ 363 , potentiels évoqués¤ 5 , 252 , 302 , 327 , 380 rhéoencéphalogramme¤ 77 , 91 , 141 , 405 , rhéologie¤ 60 , 77 , oxyde nitrique¤ 410

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27,04 -¤ pharmaceutical products/ produits pharmaceutiques antibiotiques¤ 198 , 27,06 -¤ geographical terms/ termes géographiques hongrie¤ 342 ,

27,03 -¤ biological l products/ produits biologiques actetylcholine¤ 97 , 303 , endorphine¤ 96 , 378 , 407 ,

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Index des sources

1 - congrès 2eme congres mondial d'acupuncture et moxibustion, paris¤ 161 , 162 , 163 , 164 , conferences d'acupuncture,gera,toulon¤ 37 , in compilation of the abstracts of acupuncture and moxibustion papers, beijing¤ 82 , 83 , 84 , 85 , in selections from article abstracts on acupuncture and moxibustion, beijing¤ 86 , 88 , in selections from article abstracts on acupuncture and moxibustion; beijing¤ 87 , proceedings of the fifth international congress of chinese medicine,berkeley¤ 146 , 147 , 148 , second national symposium on acupuncture and moxibustion,beijing¤ 54 , 65 , selections from article abstracts on acupuncture and moxibustion, beijing¤ 92 , 93 , 94 , 95 , 96 , 97 , third world conference on acupuncture¤ 219 , 220 , 221 , 222 , wfas international symposium on acupuncture¤ 442 , wfas international symposium on the trend of research in acupuncture, roma¤ 207 , 208 , 2 - divers à vérifier cedat,marseille¤ 38 , 3 - extraits de traités encyclopedie des medecines naturelles, paris¤ 142 , essentials of contemporary chinese acupuncturists' clinical experiences, foreign lang¤ 131 , 132 , 133 , in roustan,traite d'acupuncture,masson,paris¤ 59 , in selection des theses de la revue d'acupuncture de shanghai, shanghai¤ 80 , in selection des theses de la revue d'acupuncture de shanghai,shanghai¤ 79 , 4 - revues d'acupuncture et MTC 10 eme congres national de la faformec, toulouse¤ 548 , abma news¤ 279 , 280 , 281 , 282 , acupunct med¤ 559 , acupuncture and electrotherapeutics research¤ 159 , acupuncture in medecine¤ 562 , acupuncture in medicine¤ 277 , 379 , acupuncture research¤ 46 , 255 , 256 , 257 , 291 , 369 , 385 , 391 , 392 , 463 , 484 , 493 , 494 , 538 , acupunture research¤ 106 , akupunktur¤ 33 , 341 , 342 , akupunktur theorie und praxis¤ 366 , akupunktur theorie und praxis¤ 189 , 474 , american journal of acupuncture¤ 5 , 6 , 7 , 9 , 17 , 23 , 197 , 242 , american journal of acupuncture¤ 265 , 276 , american journal of chinese medicine¤ 8 , 27 , auricular-medicine and acupuncture physician¤ 15 , 16 , 47 , beijing journal of tcm¤ 266 , biol psychiatry¤ 322 , 323 , 324 , british journal of acupuncture¤ 41 , 62 , 63 , chinese acupuncture and moxibustion¤ 40 , 44 , 51 , 56 , 66 , 73 , 74 , 75 , 76 , 81 , 105 , 107 , 126 , 127 , 129 , 130 , 138 , 139 , 151 , 152 , 171 , 172 , 173 , 174 , 175 , 176 , 177 , 178 , 180 , 211 , 213 , 217 , 232 , 234 , 235 , 236 , 237 , 252 , chinese acupuncture and moxibustion¤ 253 , 258 , 259 , 260 , 288 , 290 , 302 , 307 , 308 , 309 , 336 , 346 , 359 , 360 , 361 , 362 , 378 , 384 , 401 , 405 , 408 , 409 , 411 , 422 , 423 , 424 , 428 , 430 , 431 , 434 , 439 , 443 , 445 , 446 , 447 , 448

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452 , 453 , 456 , 459 , 461 , 477 , 479 , 482 , 483 , 486 , 495 , 502 , 508 , 509 , 511 , 517 , 521 , 522 , 523 , 524 , 525 , 526 , 536 , chinese acupuncture and moxibustion¤ 545 , 553 , 556 , 563 , 568 , chinese journal of acupuncture and moxibustion¤ 124 , 125 , 160 , chinese journal of integrated traditional and western medicine¤ 315 , 356 , 465 , 552 , chinese journal of integrated traditionanl and western medicine¤ 512 , chinese medical journal¤ 26 , chinse acupuncture and moxibustion¤ 410 , der akupunkturarzt aurikulotherapeut¤ 57 , 184 , der akupunkturarzt-aurikulotherapeut¤ 69 , deutsche zeitschrift fur akupunktur¤ 155 , 544 , 550 , deutsche zeitschrift für akupunktur¤ 169 , 170 , 185 , 534 , 535 , eastwest integration medicine¤ 537 , 554 , enerqi¤ 357 , 358 , focus on alternative and complementary therapies¤ 343 , foreign languages press beijing¤ 2 , forschende komplementarmedizin and klassische naturheilkunde¤ 551 , fujian journal of traditional chinese medicine¤ 77 , hebei journal of tcm¤ 371 , 418 , henan traditional chinese medicine¤ 420 , hubei journal of tcm¤ 367 , hubei journal of tcm¤ 370 , 451 , 455 , hubei journal of traditional chinese medicine¤ 113 , 212 , information on tcm¤ 417 , 460 , international conference on tcm and pharmacology,shanghai¤ 91 , international journal of acupuncture¤ 319 , 320 , 321 , international journal of chinese medicine¤ 68 , international journal of clinical acupuncture¤ 165 , 183 , 194 , 195 , 196 , 198 , 199 , 200 , 201 , 204 , 226 , 227 , 228 , 261 , 262 , 263 , 264 , 272 , 273 , 274 , 275 , 292 , 293 , 294 , 327 , 328 , 329 , 330 , 331 , 335 , 337 , 338 , 348 , 349 , 350 , 352 , 377 , 381 , 387 , 412 , international journal of clinical acupuncture¤ 510 , 546 , jiangsu journal of tcm¤ 114 , 115 , 345 , 503 , jiangsu journal of traditional chinese medicine¤ 150 , jiangxi journal of tcm¤ 267 , jiangxi journal of traditional chinese medicine¤ 153 , journal of acupuncture and tuina science¤ 458 , 464 , 470 , 471 , 472 , 487 , 516 , 528 , 529 , 530 , 539 , 540 , 541 , 565 , journal of alternative and complementary medicine¤ 501 , 542 , 560 , 561 , 564 , journal of beijing college of traditional chinese medicine¤ 109 , 110 , journal of beijing university of tcm¤ 296 , journal of chinese medicine¤ 374 , journal of clinical acupuncture and moxibustion¤ 476 , journal of clinical acupuncture and moxibustion¤ 386 , 393 , 394 , 395 , 396 , 406 , 407 , 413 , 415 , 444 , 480 , 496 , 504 , journal of clinical acupuncture and moxibustion¤ 547 , 558 , journal of emergency in tcm¤ 466 , journal of guiyang college of traditional chinese medicine¤ 416

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journal of liaoning college of tcm¤ 390 , journal of new chinese medicine¤ 104 , 112 , journal of tcm¤ 295 , 298 , 299 , 318 , 344 , 347

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468 , 469 , 475 , 513 , journal of tcm and chinese materia medica of jilin¤ 388

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397

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journal of the japan society of acupuncture¤ 90 , 143 , 156 , 157 , 158 , 206 , journal of traditional chinese medicine¤ 49 , 52 , 53 , 71 , 98 , 108 , 140 , 141 , 167 , 168 , 179 , 182 , 186 , 190 , 191 , 203 , 224 , 230 , 231 , 254 , 314 , 317 , 435 , 436 , journal of traditional chinese medicine¤ 437 , 507 , journal of traditional chinese medicine and chinese materia medica of jilin¤ 462 , journal of zhejiang tcm college¤ 101 , 102 , journal of zhejiang traditional chinese medical college¤ 119 , liaoning journal of tcm¤ 78 , 368 , liaoning journal of traditional chinese medicine¤ 278 , medical acupuncture¤ 473 , 514 , 519 , 531 , medicina energetica¤ 449 , 450 , medicina holistica, revista de medicinas complementarias¤ 149 , mensuel du medecin acupuncteur¤ 12 , 13 , 14 , 18 , 28 , meridiens¤ 48 , 229 , new journal of tcm¤ 284 , 402 , new journal of traditional chinese medicine¤ 241 , 414 , nouvelle revue internationale d'acupuncture¤ 4 , practical journal of integrating chinese with modern medicine¤ 233 , 303 , pulso de la vida¤ 297 , revista argentina de acupuntura¤ 24 , 354 , 355 , 372 , revista de la medicina tradicional china¤ 192 , 193 , 209 , 210 , revista de la medicina tradicional china¤ 218 , 223 , 246 , 249 , 285 , revue de mtc du yunnan¤ 43 , revue francaise d'acupuncture¤ 202 , rivista italiana di agopuntura¤ 11 , 19 , 29 , 30 , 31 , 34 , 36 , 45 , 269 , rivista italiana di agopuntura (roma)¤ 42 , rivista italiana di medicina orientale¤ 67 , 70 , rivista italiana di medicina tradizionale cinese¤ 166 , 187 , 188 , 205 , 247 , 248 , 311 , 313 , 334 , shaanxi journal of tcm¤ 488 , shaanxi journal of traditional chinese medicine¤ 268 , 433 , shaanxi traditional chinese medicine¤ 116 , 120 , shandong journal of tcm¤ 283 , 489 , shandong journal of traditional chinese medicine¤ 154 , shanghai journal of acupuncture and moxibustion¤ 485 , shanghai journal acupuncture and moxibustion¤ 490 , 491 , shanghai journal of acupuncture and moxibustion¤ 58 , 60 , 64 , 99 , shanghai journal of acupuncture and moxibustion¤ 100 , 122 , 123 , 128 , 137 , 144 , 145 , 181 , 216 , 225 , 239 , 240 , 251 , 289 , 304 , 305 , 306 , 310 , 316 , 326 , 333 , 339 , 340 , 380 , 382 , 383 , 403 , 404 , 426 , 427 , 432 , 454 , 457 , 467 , 481 , 497 , 498 , 499 ,

505 , 515 , 527 , 532 , 543 , 549 , 555 , 569 , shanghai journal of tcm¤ 103 , shanxi journal of tcm¤ 134 , shanxi journal of traditional chinese medicine¤ 121 , 214 , 215 , the practical journal of integrating chinese with modern medicine¤ 238 , tianjin journal of tcm¤ 478 , word journal of acupuncture- moxibustion¤ 363 , 364 , 365 , word journal of acupuncture-moxibustion¤ 353 , 373 , 375 , 376 , world journal of acupuncture and moxibustion¤ 500 , world journal of acupuncture et moxibustion¤ 566 , 567 , world journal of acupuncture moxibustion¤ 250 , 533 , world journal of acupuncture-moxibustion¤ 243 , 244 , 245 , 270 , 271 , 300 , 301 , 312 , 325 , 332 , 419 , 421 , 429 , 438 , 440 , 441 , 506 , 570 , world journal of acupuncture-moxibution¤ 520 , yunnan journal of tcm and materia medica¤ 492 , zhejiang journal of tcm¤ 55 , zhong xi yi jie he xue bao¤ 557 , 5 - revues extérieures altern ther health med¤ 571 , anasthesiol intensivmed notfallmed schmerzther¤ 425 , bulletin de l'association des anatomistes¤ 35 , europa medicophysica¤ 25 , jiangsu journal of tcm¤ 135 , journal belge de medecine physique et de rehabilitation¤ 39 , journal of beijing college of tcm¤ 117 , 118 , medecine et hygiene¤ 32 , minerva med¤ 50 , minerva medica¤ 21 , 22 , phys med rehabil clin n am¤ 351 , shandong journal of tcm¤ 136 , soc sci med¤ 286 , tcm shanghai journal of acupuncture and moxibustion¤ 398 , 399 , 400 , voenno meditsinsinkii zhurnal¤ 89 , vopr kurortol fizioter lech fiz kult¤ 287 , 6 - tirés- à- part ou manscrits non publiés zhu's scalp acupuncture research and foundation¤ 518 7 - traités academy of oriental heritage,vancouver¤ 10 , editions andre bonne,paris¤ 3 , masson,paris¤ 61 , medicine and health publishing co,hong kong¤ 20 shanxi publishing house,taiyuan¤ 72 , world health organisation,manila¤ 111 , x¤ 1 ,

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