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Leg numbness treated with Acupuncture Prescriptions
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Acupuncture Point Lougu (SP7)
Upright sitting or supine position; 3 cun vertically above SanyijiaoSP6 (Sanyinjiao (SP6)), on the posterior border of the medial side of tibia.

Invigorating the spleen to remove dampness.

Regional Anatomy:
Skin-subcutaneous tissue-triceps muscle of calf-long flecor muscle of toes-posterior tibial muscle.  In the superficial layer, there are the medial cutaneous branches of the leg from the saphenous nerve and the great saphenous vein. In the deep layer, there are the tibial nerve and the posterior tibial artery and vein.

Abdominal distension; borborygmus, coldness, numbness and paralysis of the knee and leg.

Combined use with Acupuncture Single Point Zhongji Front-Mu Point of the Bladder) for treatment of enuresis and urodialysis; with Daling (PC7) Shu-Stream, Yuan-Source Point) for treatment of hysteria; and with Ququan (LR8) He-Sea Point) for treatment of bloody mass.

Insert the needle perpendicularly 0.5-1.0 cun deep; needling response: local sensation of distension, radiating downward to the foot; moxibustion: using 3-5 moxa-cones, or mild moxibustion for 10 min.

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