Anatomy for Acupuncture

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Posted on 2010-01-09. By anonymous.


Anatomy for Acupuncture

"The ability to be able to see into the body and bring the inner structure to life has a WOW factor that will appeal to anyone fascinated by the human body. As a teaching and learning aid for anatomy, it is second to none."

A detailed and interactive 3D anatomy resource aimed at both the acupuncture practitioner and student.

For the first time you can see the positions of 88 of the most commonly used acupuncture points in 3D with detailed anatomy of their needle passage, plus a further 324 named needle points that can be highlighted in their correct position.

All 3D models include all musculoskeletal and vascular anatomy with descriptive text. Anatomical alerts are provided for points where damage would be caused by incorrect direction or depth of insertion. Many 3D views are also available in cross section.

Also included are the most clinically important myofascial trigger points - and for the first time in any publication - their anatomical and clinical correspondence to acupuncture points are shown and discussed.

Further content allows you to view and compare the 14 main acupuncture meridians, with points, with 42 myofascial referred pain patterns of trigger points.


* More dynamic and memorable than a chart or book
* Easy to select a view, rotate and add and remove structures from the 3D models.
* Check for safety and see what structures to avoid
* Make teaching and learning enjoyable!
* Transform your presentations and lectures. Use easy edit functions to export any image or animation for your own use.

Detailed List of Views


* Full body
* Head and neck
* Thorax
* Pelvis
* Upper limb
* Lower limb


* Full body
* Head and neck
* Thorax
* Pelvis
* Upper limb
* Lower limb

Cross sections

* Head and neck
* Shoulder
* Upper limb
* Trunk and hip
* Lower limb

Referred pain patterns

* Head and neck
* Shoulder
* Trunk
* Upper limb
* Lower limb

Anatomy Section

* Alimentary
* Arteries
* Attachments
* Bones
* Brain
* Cartilage
* Circulatory
* Eye
* Fascia
* Ligaments
* Muscles
* Nerves
* Respiratory
* Urinary
* Veins

Acupuncture needles with detailed text, chinese name and anatomical alerts:

BL2, BL10, BL11, BL13, BL23, BL25, BL28, BL29, BL40, BL45, BL52, BL56, BL59, BL60, BL64
CV12, CV17, CV2, CV4
GB14, GB20, GB21, GB26, GB27, GB29, GB30, GB34, GB39, GB41
GV14, GV16, GV20, GV26, GV3, GV4
HT3, HT7
KI10, KI3, KI7
LI10, LI11, LI15, LI17, LI18, LI20, LI4
LR10, LR14, LR2, LR3, LR8
LU1,LU2,LU5,LU6, LU7,LU9, LU10
Extra point (Yingtang)
Extra point (Taiyang)
PC1, PC6, PC7
SI10, SI11, SI14
SP3,SP4,SP6,SP9, SP10, SP11, SP12
ST7, ST8, ST25,ST30,ST36,ST40,ST43
TE5, TE8, TE14,TE16

The location for a further 324 named needle points can be highlighted in their correct position on the 3D model.

3D views of meridians:

Bladder Meridian
Conception Meridian
Gallbladder Meridian
Governing Meridian
Heart Meridian
Kidney Meridian
Large Intestine Meridian
Liver Meridian
Lung Meridian
Pericardium Meridian
Small Intestine Meridian
Spleen Meridian
Stomach Meridian
Triple Energizer Meridian


PC and Mac compatible

Operating Systems:
Microsoft XP, Vista , Windows 7
Mac OSX 10.3, 10.4 , 10.5 , 10.6

Processor speed:
1.5 GHz with 512 MB of RAM

Disk Space:
200 MB

Screen display:
1024 x 768 screen

DVD drive required



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