1. Chinese auricular acupuncture 
- Abbate, Skya, author.
- Second edition. - Boca Raton, Florida : CRC Press, 
- Book — 1 online resource
- The Ear: An Ancient Microsystem with Modern Applications Objectives Introduction History Anatomy and Physiology of the Ear The Clinical Utility of the Ear for Diagnosis, Prognosis, Treatment, and Prevention of Disease Summary References Bibliography The Anatomical Terminology of Auricular Medicine Objectives Introduction Framework of the Ear Bibliography The Location of 100 Common Ear Points Objective Introduction Points of the Triangular Fossa (G): Points That Relate to Nervous and Hormonal Regulation and the Pelvic Organs Points of the Lobe (P): Points of the Head and Face Points of the Tragus (J): Points That Pertain to Hormonal Regulation Points of the Scaphoid Fossa (O): Points of the Upper Limb Points of the Cavum Concha (H): Organs of the Thoracic Region Points of the Cymba Concha (I): The Abdominal Organ Points Points of the Helix (A) and the Crus of the Helix (B): Assorted Points and Points of the Lower Portion of the Body Points of the Antitragus (M) and Intertragic Notch Area (L): Points of the Head and Brain Regions Points of the Antihelix (C) Points on the Back of the Ear (U): Vagus Nerve, Blood Pressure, Back Pain, and Brain Function References Bibliography The Clinical Energetics of the Ear Points Objectives Introduction Points of the Triangular Fossa Points of the Lobe Points of the Tragus Points of the Scaphoid Fossa Points of the Cavum Concha Points of the Cymba Concha Points of the Helix Points of the Antitragus Points of the Antihelix Points on the Posterior Aspect of the Ear References Bibliography Cautions and Contraindications Objective Introduction Pregnancy Skin Problems Special Considerations Pain and Other Variables Side Effects Positioning of Patients References Bibliography Ear Modalities Objectives Introduction Palpation and Massage Needles Ear Seeds and Herbal Plasters Ear Pellets Ear Tacks Intradermal Needles Magnets Electricity Bleeding Moxibustion Incisions and Sutures Injections Laser Staples Plum Blossom Needling New Modalities Which Side of the Ear to Treat? Therapeutic Result References Bibliography Patient Handout Plan-About Your Visit Ear Diagnosis and Morphology Objectives Introduction How to Inspect the Ear The Characteristics of the Normal Ear The Abnormal Ear: Ear Pathology and Its Clinical Differentiation Ear Pathology Organ, Body System, and Body Part Pathology References Bibliography Ear Prescriptions: Construction and Formulae for Specific Conditions Objectives Constructing Ear Prescriptions Prescriptions for Specific Conditions Prescriptions from China Case Histories References Bibliography Clinical Research and Effective Points: Research Summary 1974 to 2001 Objective Introduction Weight Reduction Drug Withdrawal Pain Control and Burn Trauma Sports Medicine and Musculoskeletal Disorders Polio Mental Health Gastric Disorders, Cholelithiasis Gynecological Problems Rheumatoid Arthritis Ear, Nose, and Throat Coronary Artery Disease Urinary Calculus Skin and Immunity Myopia References Bibliography Clinical Research and Effective Points, and New Formulae for Medical Conditions: Research Summary from 2001 to 2014 Objectives Introduction Drug Addiction Athletes Analgesic Function Cancer Congenital Nystagmus and Ocular Myasthenia Diabetes Epileptic Seizures Hip Pain Insomnia Knee Surgery Low Back Pain Menopause Obesity Postoperative Agitation in Elderly Patients Posttraumatic Stress Pregnancy Spinal Cord Injuries Vomiting and Nausea References Bibliography Multiple Uses of Auricular Points Objectives Introduction Point Energetics Supplemental Points Techniques Prescriptionology Practice, Clinical Exercises, and Case Histories Objectives Introduction Case Case Clinical Exercise Case Clinical Exercise Clinical Exercise Prescriptionology Answers Common Ear Questions Objective Ethical Issues in Auricular Acupuncture Objectives Introduction Codes of Ethics New Trends in Auricular Studies and Medical/Research Ethics Placebo or Sham Acupuncture Codes of Ethics to Study Exercises References Conclusion Appendix A: Definition of Terms Appendix B: Suppliers Appendix C: Pain Differentiation Chart Appendix D: Forms.
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