Stomach 42, Chong Yang
衝陽 (沖陽), chōng yáng, "Surging Yang"

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Pinyin Pronunciation:
Alternate Names:
NamePin YinChineseTranslated
Die Yuandié yáng跌陽Unrestrained Yang
Hui Guhuì gǔ會骨Meeting Bones
Hui Quhuì qū會屈Meeting Bend
Hui Yonghuì yǒng會湧Meeting Gush
Hui Yuanhuì yuàn會原Meeting Source
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Reference Source:
Point Location:
  • CAM
On the dome of the instep of the foot, between the tendons of long extensor muscle of the great toe and long extensor muscle of toes, where the pulsation of the dorsal artery of foot is palpable.
  • Deadman
On the dorsum of the foot, in the depression formed by the junction of the second and third metatarsal bones and the cuneiform bones (second and third), 1.5 cun distal to Jiexi Stomach 41, on the line drawn between Jiexi Stomach 41 and Xiangu Stomach 43, at the point where the pulsation of the dorsalis pedis artery may be palpated.
Superficially, the medial dorsal cutaneous nerve of the foot derived from the superficial peroneal nerve; deeper, the deep peroneal nerve.
The dorsal artery and vein of the foot, the dorsal venous network of foot.
Avoid puncturing the dorsalis pedis artery.
  • CAM
Puncture perpendicularly 0.3-0.5 inch. Avoid puncturing the artery.
  • Deadman

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