Point Combinations Quiz 2

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This quiz corresponds to what we learned in Class 2: about Yuan Source, Luo Connecting, Xi Cleft points; about combining points along a single channel.

• 1.
In the highway/traffic metaphor used by Wang Ju Ying, a Xi Cleft point is best represented by:
• A.

An offramp

• B.

A gas station

• C.

A toll booth

• D.

A speed limit sign

• 2.
In the highway/traffic metaphor used by Wang Ju Ying, a Luo Connecting or Luo Collateral point is best represented by:
• A.

A toll booth

• B.

An offramp

• C.

A speed limit sign

• D.

A gas station

• 3.
In the highway/traffic metaphor used by Wang Ju Ying, a Yuan Source point is best represented by:
• A.

A gas station

• B.

An offramp

• C.

A tollbooth

• D.

A speed limit sign

• 4.
In the highway/traffic metaphor used by Wang Ju Ying, a Jing Well point is best represented by:
• A.

A speed limit sign of 55 mph

• B.

A speed limit sign of 25 mph

• C.

A speed limit sign of 110 mph

• D.

A speed limit sign of 10 mph

• 5.
In the highway/traffic metaphor used by Wang Ju Ying, a He Sea point is best represented by:
• A.

A gas station.

• B.

A speed limit sign of 65 mph.

• C.

A speed limit sign of 25 mph.

• D.

An offramp.

• 6.
If we want to "move" the energy in a channel/organ, we would best use: (Check all that apply)
• A.

Shu Stream

• B.

Jing River

• C.

He Sea

• D.

Yuan Source

• E.

Xi Cleft

• 7.
If we want to "build" the energy in a channel/organ, we would best use: (Check all that apply)
• A.

Jing Well

• B.

Yuan Source

• C.

Xi Cleft

• D.

Shu Stream

• E.

Jing River

• 8.
If we want to "release" pressure in a channel/organ, we would best use: (Check all that apply)
• A.

Jing River

• B.

Luo Connecting

• C.

Jing Well

• D.

Yuan Source

• E.

Xi Cleft

• 9.
We would treat points on a single affected channel in the following conditions: (Check all that apply)
• A.

Where onset of disease is relatively recent and condition has not yet begun to affect other channels.

• B.

A condition is widespread in a robust patient.

• C.

The other organs and channels are generally healthy.

• D.

The disorder is primarily located in muscles or tendons, such as acute injuries and pain.

• E.

There is severe deficiency of a single organ/channel.

• 10.
Which of the following is the most viable combination of Jing Well-Ying Spring on a single channel?
• A.

Lu 11-Lu 10

• B.

SJ 1-SJ 2

• C.

St 45-St 44

• D.

Ht 9-Ht 8

• E.

SI 1-SI 2

• 11.
Which of the following kinds of Jing Well combinations are most viable (i.e. make the most sense)?
• A.

Jing Well-Yuan Source

• B.

Jing Well-Xi Cleft

• C.

Jing Well-Shu Stream

• D.

Jing Well-Ying Spring

• 12.
Which of the following Ying Spring-Jing River combinations on a single channel are most viable?
• A.

GB 43-GB 38

• B.

Pc 8-Pc 5

• C.

Kid 2-Kid 7

• D.

LI 2-LI 5

• E.

Ht 8-Ht 4

• 13.
Which of the following kinds of Yin Spring combinations makes the LEAST sense?
• A.

Ying Spring-Jing River

• B.

Ying Spring-Yuan Source

• C.

Ying Spring-He Sea

• D.

Ying Spring-Jing Well

• 14.
Which of the following Shu Stream-He Sea combinations are LEAST viable (are not commonly used together)?
• A.

Lu 9-Lu 5

• B.

Sp 3-Sp 9

• C.

St 43-St 36

• D.

Liv 3-Liv 8

• 15.
Which of the following kinds of Shu Stream combinations makes the LEAST sense?
• A.

Shu Stream-He Sea

• B.

Shu Stream-Xi Cleft

• C.

Shu Stream-Jing River

• D.

Shu Stream-Yuan Source

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