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DU 26 is located at the mid-line of the philtrum 2/3 up of the distance between the upper lip and the root of the nose.
To needle Liver 5 use a perpendicular 90-degree insertion to a maximum depth of 1/2 cun.
Ren 14 is located on the midline 6 cun above the umbilicus 2 cun below the sterno-costal angle It can also be located as midway between Ren 12 and the sterno-coastal angle
Bladder 57 is located at the top of the hollow directly below the gastrocnemius muscle.
Lung 1 is located on the lateral aspect of the chest in the first intercostal space 6 cun lateral to the midline 1 cun below and slightly lateral to Lung 2.
With the handled in a loose fist, Small Intestine 3 is located on the ulna side proximal to the head of the fifth metacarpal in a depression between bone and tendon
Bladder 40 is located at the back of the knee at the midpoint of the transverse crease of the popliteal fossa and between the tendons of the biceps femoris muscle and the semitendinosus muscle.
Stomach 25 is located to 2 cun lateral to the umbilicus.
To needle Spleen 9 use and oblique 45- degree or perpendicular insertion to a maximum depth of half a cun.