ST 42
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ST 42 Chong Yang 沖陽

“Surging Yang”

CHONG to flush, rinse, dash

YANG yang

Other Names


Location and Needling:

On the highest part of the dorsum of foot, in depression between 2nd & 3rd metatarsal bones & cuneiform bone, 5 cun above ST-44.
0.3-0.5 cun perpendicular

Contraindications and Cautions


Functions

Stomach,
Yuan Source point, receives Lo branch from SP-4.

Name: When yang is out of control, Mania
Tonifies ST and SP, dispels cold from the channel (Bi pain)
Calms the Shen
The pulse at ST-42 registers the state of yin, the pulse at ST-9 registers the state of Yang.


Signs and Symptoms


Clinical Research


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Footnote:


11 Mar 2012 04:38
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