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EXPERIMENTAL MERIDIAN LINE OF STOMACH AND ITS LOW IMPEDANCE NATURE

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Applying electrical impulse stimuli at the Jing point (St. 45) and then tapping on the skin surface along the vertical lines crossing the channel of the stomach, the line of latent propagated sensation along channel (LPSC) was determined in 51 patients at the acupuncture clinic. Of the cases examined, 98 percent were found to have positive LPSC lines which were bassically coincident with the classical stomach channel. Using a low frequency skin impedance detector, the skin impedance of the entire lines of LPSC was found to be lower than its adjacent areas.
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Keywords: Latent propagated sensation along channel (LPSC); Low impedance line (LIL); Meridian; Stomach channel

Document Type: Research Article

Affiliations: 1: Hospital of Qingyang County, Gansu Province, China 2: Beijing Hospital of Traditional Chinese Medicine, Beijing, China

Publication date: January 1, 1984

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