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Houston, TX 77019
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The following questions are commonly asked in the acupuncture examinations.  Just see if you know the answers of Acupuncture Meridians and collaterals.

1. The  smallest branch of the fifteen connecting channels is

A. the minute connecting channels

B. the superficial connecting channels

C. the blood connecting channels.

D. the great connecting channels

2. The connecting branches are also called

A. Jing

B. Qi

C. blood

D. Luo.

3. The main Jing (trunks) include the following except:

A. the twelve Primary channels

B. the twelve Divergent channels

C. the eight Miscellaneous channels

D. the connecting channels.

4. the most important channels for clinical purposes:

A. the twelve Primary channels.

B. the twelve Divergent channels

C. Eight Miscellaneous channels

D. the connecting channels

5. The stomach Divergent channel is vertical branches from

A. the stomach connecting channel

B. the stomach muscle channel

C. the miscellaneous channel

D. the stomach channel.

6. The principal function of the Divergent channels is described except

A. to link with channel and organ associated with the parent primary channel in the

Yin/Yang relationship

B. to act as go-between in effecting the special functional relationship pairs of Yin and

Yang Primary channels.

C. to distributing Qi to the chest and neck.

D. to integrate otherwise neglected areas of the body into the channel system

7. The channels serve to integrate all parts of the body and organs with the primary channels

A. the connecting channels

B. the muscle channels

C. the eight miscellaneous channels

D. the divergent channels.

8. We knows the stomach and heart mutually influence each other which is based on the

Relationship:

A. the primary and the divergent channels.

B. the connecting and the primary channels

C. the eight miscellaneous and the primary channels

D. the connecting and the eight miscellaneous channels

9. Most of the eight miscellaneous channels are except:

A. large branch vessels of the Primary channel

B. less uniform than the other main channels

C. some of which encircle the body

D. it diverges from or intersects with two or more of the primary channels

10. The miscellaneous channels

A. its symptornatology is not distinct

B. it is a composite of the pathological symptoms associated with those Primary

Channels which it joins

C. as a network of conduits Criss-crossing the Primary channels

D. it drains and stores Qi and blood from the connecting channels.

11. The miscellaneous channels are except:

A. it store the excessive Qi and blood from the primary channels

B. it supply the Qi and Blood when the Primary channels are deficient

C. it monitor and regulate the activity in the Primary channels

D. it own internal linkage with one of the organs and its external pathway on the limbs.

12. The channels separate from the twelve Primary channels at the specific points, forming major horizontal or transverse branches

A. the divergent channels

B. the connecting channels.

C. the miscellaneous channels

D. the cutaneous channels

13. The Connecting channels

a. 14

b. 15

c. 16

d. 20

14. Which one of the connecting channels owns two connecting points?

a. Liver

b. Heart

C. conception channel

D. spleen

15. The Governing and Conception channels are related with

A. the primary and connecting channels

B. the divergent and primary channels

C. the cutaneous and the primary channels

D. the Miscellaneous and primary channels

16. The channels serve to connect the paired Yin and yang primary channels

A. the connecting and the divergent channels

B. the miscellaneous and the connecting channels

C. the cutaneous and the divergent channels

D. the primary and the muscular channels

17. The channels circulate through superficial tissues on the surface of the body

A. the primary channels

B. the connecting channels

C. the divergent channels

D. the muscular channels

18. Which set of the answer own 12 channels:

A. the primary, connecting, and muscle channels

B. the divergent, connecting, and miscellaneous channels

C. the primary and the external connecting channels

D. the connecting, muscle, and primary channels

19. The tendons are related with the channels

A. the primary channels

B. the muscle channels

C. the connecting channels

D. the miscellaneous channels

20. The channels essentially circulate

A. the blood and Qi.

B. essence and blood

C. the body fluids and yin blood

D. the nutritive Qi and the defense Qi

21. Qi is

A. the commander of the blood.

B. the leading role of the organs

C. circulation only in the channels

D. traveling from the lung channel to the small intestine channel

22. The following answer is right

A. the nourishing blood in the three Arm Yin channels travels from the internal organs to the hands

B. the nourishing Qi in the three legs Yang channels travels from the feet to the hand

C. the nourishing blood in the three Leg Yin channels travels from the abdomen to the feet

D. the nourishing Qi in the three Arm Yang channels travels from the hands to the head.

23. The blood and Qi flow in the channels

A. in one direction

B. in two directions

C. in three directions

D. in different direction

24. A kind of the Qi is the force which pushes the Qi and Blood through the channels

A. the Source Qi

B. the Nourishing Qi

C. the Protective Qi

D. the Ancestral Qi

25. The blood Qi is also called

A. source Qi

B. the nourishing Qi

C. the protective Qi

D. the Vital Qi

26. How many directions of the nourishing Qi in the body

a. One direction

b. Two directions

c. Three directions

D. different direction

27. The nourishing Qi can contribute to the formation of the following except

A. blood and protective Qi

B. essence and points

C. channel and muscle

d. Ye and source Qi

28. The nutritive Qi is created by

a. Liver, heart, stomach and kidney.

B. small intestine, heart, spleen and lung

C. lung, liver, gallbladder and bladder

D. triple burner, small intestine, large intestine and lung

29. The Nourishing Qi begins and ends with

A. liver and heart

B. lung and spleen

C. kidney and triple burner

D. lung and liver

30. The Protective Qi is except

A. aggressive

B. slippery

C. retained within the walls of the channels.

D. ability to move from inside and outside the channels

31. The Protective Qi is except

A. to protective the body

B. to regulate body warmth and the opening and closing of the pores

C. to moisten the skins, muscle and hairs

D. to circulate only between the skin and flesh

32. The protective Qi is except

A. to regulate through the acupuncture

B. to involve in the functions of sweating and urination

C. to spread out and penetrate surrounding tissues at will

D. to distribute through the tissues deep within the internal organs

33. According one of explanation in chapter 62 and 71 of the Spiritual Axis, during the day the Protective Qi travels its inception

A. in the stomach to the head

B. in the head to the Yin primary channels

C. in the extremities to the Yin primary channels

D. in the region of the eyes to the Yang primary channels

34. In order to circulate through the body, the nourishing and Protective Qi need a motivating force

A. the Ancestral Qi

B. the Source Qi

C. the Zheng Qi

d. The Yuan Qi

35. The Greater Connecting channel of the Stomach---emerging below the left breast, is dependent upon the

a. Source Qi for its movement

B. Ancestral Qi for its movement.

C. Zheng Qi for its movement

D. Upright Qi for its movement

36. The source Qi is except

A. congenital

B. stored in the spleen.

C. associated with the channels

D. called the "root of the twelve Primary channels"

37. Taken together, the Source, Ancestral, Protective and Nourishing Qi are called the

a. True Qi.

b. Upright Qi

c. Yuan Qi

d. Original Qi

38. The basal energy in the channels an the basis for all the functional activities of the channels

a. True Qi

b. Source Qi.

c. Nourishing Qi

d. Protective Qi

39. The functions of the channels

A. transporting the Qi and blood

B. moistening and nourishing the body

C. responding to dysfunction in the body

D. transmitting Disease and Acupuncture Stimulation

E. all above

40. Qi is the source of

A. moistening

B. lubrication

C. nourishment

D. energy or force

41. When there is a disease in the Yin organs they will be response in (one of the)

A. source points

B. transport points

C. uniting points

D. lower He points

42. When a person is sick, the Points may show

A. heat tolerance of the skin diminishes.

B. electrical resistance of the skin increases

C. normal sensations

D. no changes in the appearance of the skin

43. When the organs are diseased, their Qi is detained in the crooks of the elbows

A. heart.

B. liver

C. small intestine

D. gallbladder

44. When the organs are diseased, their Qi is detained in the crooks of the elbows

a. Lung

b. Liver

c. Spleen

d. Kidney

45. When the organs are diseased, their Qi is detained in the armpits

A. heart

B. liver

C. stomach

D. lung

46. When the organs are diseased, their Qi is detained in the hip

A. heart

B. liver

C. spleen

D. kidney

 

47. When the organs are diseased, their Qi is detained behind the knees

A. heart

B. liver

C. spleen

D. kidney

48. A patient with cholecystitis is often tender on the area just below point

a. Yanglingquan (GB-34).

b. Foot Sanli (ST-36)

c. Yinlinchuan (Sp-9)

d. Sanyinchiao (Sp-3)

49. A patient with Appendicitis is often tender in the vicinity of point

a. Yanglingquan (GB-34)

b. Foot Sanli (ST--36)

c. Yinlinchuan (Sp-9)

d. Shangjuxu (ST-37).

50. When the Lung Qi is blocked, it may show at

A. eyes

B. tongue

C. mouth

D. nose

51. When the kidney Qi is exhausted, it may show

A. the tongue becomes dark red and painful

B. the eyes may become inflamed

C. hearing will diminish.

D. the nose is congested

52. A patient with sweating, shivering, tidal fever, dryness in the mouth and pain in the chest and ribs were regarded as the progression of disease along

A. the stomach and kidney channels

B. the gallbladder and triple burner channels

C. the heart and lung channels

D. the liver and gallbladder channels

53. A patient with abdominal swelling, vomiting, indigestion, diarrhea, abdominal pain, jaundice were regarded as the progression of disease along

A. the stomach and kidney channels

B. the gallbladder and triple burner channels

The spleen and lung channels

D. the liver and gallbladder channels

54. The channels reach to the genitals

A. the stomach and spleen

B. the bladder and kidney

C. the kidney and liver

D. the gallbladder and bladder

55. The channel reaches to the 11 ribs

A. triple burner

B. spleen

C. liver

D. kidney

56. The channel reaches to the 12 ribs

A. gallbladder

B. liver

C. spleen

D. heart

57. The frontal channel of the point GB-25 is

A. spleen

B. liver

C. stomach

D. kidney

58. The channel is upward to the eyes and vertex

A. bladder, liver and Du

B. heart, Ren and triple burner

C. spleen, Chong and Ren

d. Gallbladder, bladder and liver

59. A patient with vertigo, headache or blurred vision might be the problem of the

A. liver

B. lung

C. heart

D. stomach

60. When the disease besets the body, it may pass except

A. from the internal organs to the channels

B. from the organs to the organs

C. from the channels to the channels

D. from the nerves to the blood vessels

61. An exogenous disease is said to reside

A. in the pores of the skin, enters the Minute, and then the larger primary channel

B. in the pores of the skin, enters the primary channels, and then the larger primary channel

C. in the pores of the skin enters the Minute, then the larger connecting channels, primary channels.

D. in the pores of the skin, enters the larger primary channel and the organs

62. When the normal Qi is weak, lowering the body's resistance to disease, a pathological Excess may be transmitted from the Greater Yang small intestine channel to the (not the Six Channel Diagnostics)

A. Absolute Pericardium channel

B. Bright Yang Kidney channel

C. Greater Leg Yin channel

D. Arm Lesser Yin channel.

63. The acupuncture points can treat with

A. pressure and injection

B. heat and brush

C. needles and bloodletting

D. water and steam

64. The point Hegu (LI-4) can relieve except

A. headache an eye pain

B. toothache and nose pain

C. lower back pain and shoulder pain

D. heart pain and hip pain

65. The Point Neiguan (PC-6) can relieve

A. stomach pain.

B. stiffness

C. toothache

d. Migraine headache

66. Stiff neck can be treated with the points

a. Houxi (SI-3) and Zhongzhu (TB-3).

b. Neiguan (PC-6) and Zhhongting (Co-16)

c. Zhaohai (K-6) and Ququan (Li-8)

d. Futu (ST-32) and Jianshi (P-5)

67. Acupuncture feeling can be

A. numbness and pain

B. electrical shock and distension

C. sour and swelling sensation

D. all above

68. The point shangjuxu (ST-37) can treat

A. GI disease.

B. women's disease

C. back pain

D. heel pain

69. Therapeutically, the clinical application of the channel theory is except

A. choosing acupuncture points in the vicinity of a disease

B. selecting distant points on a channel at the five Shu points

C. selecting distant points on a channel associated with the disease

D. choosing acupuncture points at the Alarm-Mu or back-Shu points.

70. The acupuncture therapeutic principle is

A. puncturing points on the limbs for disease of the trunk

B. puncturing points on the back for disease in front of the body

C. puncturing points on the sides for disease in the middle

D. puncturing points on the right side for disease on the left

E. all above

71. in the treatment of the febrile disease, it common to select point to reduce the fever

a. Hegu (LI-4))

b. Dazhui (Gv-14).

c. Tiuwei (ST-8)

d. Shuifen (CV-9)

72. The point of intersection of the three Leg Yin channels and is associated closely with the source Qi of the kidneys

a. Yinjiao (CV-7) and Taixi (KI-3)

b. Sanyinjiao (Sp-6) and Qihai (CV-6)

c. Guanyuan (CV-4) and Zhongji (CV-3).

d. Sanyinjiao (Sp-6) and Yinlingquan (Sp-9)

73. (T.F) Chinese herbal prescriptions are also based, in large measure, on the principles of channel theory.

74. in the treatment of nephritis, an herbal prescription would not only call for medication whose effects are to directly treat the kidneys, but might also include herbs which affect the spleen and the lungs. This is based on the theory:

a. Yin-yang theory

B. channel theory

C. exterior and interior theory

D. etiology theory

75. The channels are distributed on the shoulders, back, head of neck

a. Yin channels

B. yang channels

c. Yinwei channel

D. the 15 connecting channels

76. When a person stimulates to the channel that the pain threshold of the body along the course of channel will be

A. decreased

B. rose.

C. no change

D. increased very high

77. The following answer only one of the cyclical flows of Qi in the twelve regular channels is correct:

A. spleen, heart, and kidney

B. pericardium, Sanjiao, and gallbladder

C. liver, bladder, and kidney

D. small intestine, bladder, and kidney

78. The following answer is only one is correct

A. the yin channel meets the yang channels in the four limbs.

B. the yin channel meets the yin channels in the head

C. the yang channel meets the yin channels in the chest

D. the yang channels meet the yang channels in the abdomen

79. The following answer is only one is correct

A. the Yangming channels of hand and foot run in the lateral aspect of the head

B. the Shaoyang channels of hand and foot travel in the frontal facial region

C. the Du channel goes along the midline of the chest

D. the bladder channel runs on both sides of the governing channel.

80. among the twelve channels

A. all the three yang channels of the hand and foot enter the ear

B. the three yin channels of the hand go from the chest to the ring finger

C. the channels of the foot are connected with eyes

D. the channels of the foot Shaoyin travels to the spine.

81. The second line lateral to the Ren channel at the chest region is

A. small intestine

B. stomach.

C. spleen

D. kidney

82. The channel outside the Qichong (St-30) is

A. spleen

B. kidney

C. gallbladder

D. liver

83. The channel is located at the lateral side of the hypochondrium and lumbar region is

A. gallbladder

B. liver

C. spleen

D. stomach

84. The channel is in the region of the anterior external genitalia and hypochondrium

A. stomach

b. Ren

C. spleen

D. liver

85. The second line lateral to the Point Dazhui(GV-14) is the channel

A. small intestine

B. gallbladder

C. triple burner

D. bladder

86. The posterior border of the lateral aspect and then lateral end of the little toe by the channel

A. gallbladder

B. stomach

C. liver

D. bladder

87. The channel goes from the lateral end of the great toe to the anterior border of the medial aspect of the lower limbs and further shifts to the midline

a. Gallbladder

B. pericardium

C. spleen

D. liver

88. The channel starts under the little toe, crosses the sole and further goes along the posterior border of the medial aspect of the lower limb

A. liver

B. gallbladder

C. spleen

D. kidney.

89. On the limbs, the anterior border of the lateral end of the second toe are supplied by the channel

A. stomach.

B. gallbladder

C. liver

D. kidney

89. On the upper limbs, the anterior border of the medial aspect and radial end of the thumb are supplied by the channel of

a. Taiyang

b. Shaoyang

c. Greater yang

d. Taiyin.

90. The following answer is only possible correct

A. the posterior border of medial aspect and the radial end of the small finger by the channel of large intestine

B. the midline of the medial aspect and the radial end of the ring finger by the channel of the hand Shaoyin

C. the channel of hand Yangming goes from the radial end of the index finger to the anterior border of the medial aspect

D. the channel of the hand Taiyang from the ulna end of the small finger to the posterior border of the lateral aspect.

91. The arrival of ___________, a phenomenon in acupuncture, is the functional manifestation of the meridians and collaterals in transmitting needling sensation.

A. essence

b. Qi.

C. body fluids

D. blood

92. The first chapter in Spiritual Axis points out, " In acupuncture, the essential to
obtaining therapeutic effects."

A. arrival of blood

B. arrival of essence

C. arrival of body fluids

D. arrival of Qi

93. The nomenclature of the twelve channels is based on the

A. hand or foot, Zang or fu organ, and Yin and yang.

B. head or foot, upper or lower, and Zang or fu organ

C. hot or cold, anterior or posterior, and Zang or Fu organ

d. Qi or blood, Zang or Fu organ, and medial or lateral

94. There exists an exterior-interior relationship between

a. Taiyin-Shaoyang

b. Shaoyin-Shaoyang

c. Jueyin-Shaoyang.

d. Taiyang-Taiyin

95. The eight extra channels

a. Ren means fostering and responsibility.

b. Conception channel regulates the flow of Qi and blood in the twelve regular channels

c. Dia is also called the sea of the twelve primary channels

d. Chong means the heel

96. The eight extra channels

a. Wei denotes connection and network.

B. the Ren channel goes around the waist

C. the Chong channel is binding up all the channels

D. the Yinquiao channel starts from the external malleolus

97. The twelve muscle and cutaneous channels are named as

A. hand or foot, Zang or fu organ, and Yin and yang.

B. head or foot, upper or lower, and Zang or fu organ

C. hot or cold, anterior or posterior, and Zang or Fu organ

d. Qi or blood, Zang or Fu organ, and medial or lateral

98. The most important constituents of the channel system

A. the twelve primary channels.

B. the Divergent channels

C. the Miscellaneous channels

D. the connecting channels

 99. How many Acupuncture points in our body? ____________.           

100. A thorough description of the eight Miscellaneous channels appeared in a

a. Tong dynasty

b. Ming dynasty.

c. Song dynasty

d. Shan dynasty

 

       
 
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