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Significant Points of the Ren Channel Lianquan(RN23)

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Significant Points of the Ren Channel


Lian, clear; quan, spring.
In ancient times the two blood vessels below the tongue were called Lianquan. The point is at the superior margin of the laryngeal prominence, close to the Lianquan vessels.

above the Adam's apple, in the midpoint of the upper border of the thyoid bone.

1. sore throat, harsh voice, swallow difficulty.
2. aphasia caused by stiffness of the tongue, salivation with glossoplegia.

puncture perpendicularly, upwards 0.5-0.8 cun.

Avoid insertion toward the laryngeal cavity.

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