By Ying Xia, Xiaoding Cao, Gencheng Wu, Jieshi Cheng
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Furthermore, neither the published reports nor the clinical anecdotal observations were based on properly conducted studies. Hence, it seems unclear whether the low resistance or high voltage could be of any physiological significance to acupoints. There is a possibitity that the presence of a large nerve, emerging from deep tissues to more superficial layers, induce changes in the skin resistance. 4 Relatively Specific Anatomical Structures of Acupoints Since acupoints have relative specificity of therapeutic effects and potential physiological features, scientists have presumed that there might be special anatomical structures around the acupoints.
Sheng Li Xue Bao (Acta Physiol Sin) 51: 508 514 (in Chinese with English abstract) Huang YS, Jiang JW, Wu GC, Cao XD (2002) Effect of melatonin and electroacupuncture (EA) on NK cell activity, interleukin 2 production and POMC derived peptides in traumatic rats. Acupunct Electrother Res 27: 95 105 Jiang ZY, Ye Q, Shen YT, Zhu FX, Tang SQ, Liang NJ, Zeng XC (1978) Effects of naloxone on experimental acupuncture analgesia evaluated by sensory decision theory. Acta Zoologica Sinica 24: 1 10 (in Chinese with English abstract) Jin ZQ, Cheng JS (1998a) The effects of needling different acupoints on cortical SEP and cerebral infarction volume in rats with transient cerebral ischemia.
1995). Several researchers have shown that needling at true points produces marked analgesia, while needling at sham points produces very weak effects (Stacher and Wancura 1975; Chapman et al. 1977; Takashige 1985). Needling at sham points was observed to be effective in 33% 50% of the patients, which is similar to the effect of placebo analgesia, while needling at acupoints was found to be effective in 55% 85% of the cases. Using animal models (Pomeranz and Chiu 1976; Chan and Fung 1975; Fung and Chan 1975; Cheng and Pomeranz 1980; Takashige 1985; Toda and Ichioka 1978; Fung and Chan 1976; Liao et al.
Acupuncture Therapy for Neurological Diseases: A Neurobiological View by Ying Xia, Xiaoding Cao, Gencheng Wu, Jieshi Cheng