XIAO YONGJIAN

Xiao Yongjian (1929-)

Le professeur XIAO Yong Jian (né en 1929 dans la ville de Ji Nan, province de Shandong), il exerce depuis 1961 et a assumé plusieurs fonctions dont le poste de directeur du  Bureau de l’enseignement et des recherches en acupuncture‑moxibustion de « l’Institut de médecine chinoise de la province de Shandong », et le poste de directeur du Service d’acupuncture-moxibustion de l’hôpital attaché au même institut. 
Xiao Yongjian was born in Ron chen City, Shangdong Province, People’s Republic of China, in 1929. He graduated from Medical College of Shangdong Province in 1958 and began to work in the same college after graduation. In 1959, he left to take part in a class specially run for Western medical workers to study Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM). In 1961, after completing his TCM course, he was assigned to work in Shandong College of Traditional Chinese Medicine. In 1984, the Health Ministry of the People’s Republic of China sent him to Nigeria where he worked as the chief specialist in the Acupuncture Center of Blue-Wave Foundation of Nigeria for 2 years. He has served as head of the Acupuncture Section of Shandong College of TCM and of the Acupuncture Section of the Hospital Attached to Shandong College of TCM. He has been a member of China’s Acupuncture Society, the Science and Technology Commission of the Health Department of Shandong Province, the Editorial Board of Shandong Medicine and Drug (a magazine), and the clinical group of the Channel-Collateral Research Society of China, as well as deputy director of members of Shandong Acupuncture Society, director of members of Shandong Channel-Collateral Board, and member of Shandong Board of Integrated TCM with Western Medicine. He has been a professor teaching postgraduates and a chief physician. He was engaged for a long time in clinical acupuncture, the teaching of acupuncture, and clinical research on channel-collateral and has been involved in many scientific projects. He was first to report that there is a hypalgesia-belt along the channels, and the first to find that a lesion along channels will lead to pain along the channels. His publications include Acupuncture Treatment of 62 Types of Osteoarthropathy.

 Rhumatologie et acupuncture. 63 maladies osteoarticulaires traitees en acupuncture traditionnelle. Xiao Yong Jian. Forbach: Institut Yin-Yang; 2007.

Rhumatologie et acupuncture. 63 maladies osteoarticulaires traitees en acupuncture traditionnelle. Xiao Yong Jian. Forbach: Institut Yin-Yang; 2007.

1- gera: 4254/di/cg
 [PRESENCE D’UNE BANDE HYPOALGIQUE LE LONG DU PSC, RAPPORT DE 6 CAS]. XIAO YONGJIAN ET AL. advances in acupuncture and acupuncture anaesthesia,beijing. 1980;:286 (eng).
 
 
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 [CONSULTATION OF LOCATING POINT QUBIN, HANYAN, XUANLU, XUANLI, TIANCHONG]. XIAO YONGJIAN. journal of shandong college of traditional chinese medicine. 1986;10(3):31 (chi).
 
 
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 A STUDY OF THE CAUSE OF PAIN ALONG CHANNELS. XIAO YONGJIAN. selections from article abstracts on acupuncture and moxibustion, beijing. 1987;:405 (eng).
 
 
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 [A CASE REPORT OF PAIN ALONG MERIDIAN CAUSED FROM CUPPING METHOD]. XIAO YONGJIAN. journal of shandong college of traditional chinese medicine. 1988;12(1):23 (chi*).
 Après mise en place d’une ventouse sur la taille, le patient décrit une douleur le long du shaoyang du pied et de
 
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 [OBSERVATION ON PHENOMENON OF CONDUCTION ALONG MERIDIANS IN NIGERIA]. XIAO YONGJIAN. journal of shandong tcm college. 1989;13(5):41-2 (chi).
 
 
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 [A STUDY OF THE CAUSE OF PAIN ALONG CHANNEL]. XIAO YONGJIAN. journal of shandong college of traditional chinese medicine. 1990;14(1):2-4 (chi*).
 
 
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 [DISCUSSION ON THE BODY SURFACE AREA OF ACUPOINTS]. XIAO YONGJIAN ET AL. journal of shandong university of traditional chinese medicine. 1999;23(1):11 (chi*).
 The specific and independent structure of acupoints has not been found at present. It is difficult to delimit its stereoscopic, range and body surface area. According to the records on body surface area of acupoints of Excerpts of Prescriptions the diameter of base area of moxibustion should be three Fen equal to 0. 6 ~ 0. 8 cm. On modern research, the changing range of resistance and potential of most of acupoint is from one to several centimetres,and few under 0.1 cm. After acupuncture, the pain threshold value along channels vary from 0. 5 cm in narrow area to more than 10 cm in wide area. Center lines exist in both wide area and narrow area. Research on body surface infrarded photography showed that the high temperature belt along channels is quite wider, and the width of cold ray belt along channels is about 1 cm. On the grounds of research on acupoint electrolytic image, its diameter is 0.1~ 1.0 cm. The width of the most of rashes occurring along channels is 0.7 ~ 1.0 cm, and few 3.5 cm. According to modern acupoints anatomy, its diameter is 1.0 cm. The range of most of structure slice occurring needling response is several centimetre. But, the clinical needling range is slightly more than 1.0 cm. Inview of the above, it is posed that the body surface area defined for the time being is 0.1 ~ 1.0 cm2, and it should be changed as the area of variation of proportional part of the body. The area of acupoints in the finger and toe of the people with medium height is 0.1 cm2.
 
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 INTRODUCTION TO CLINICAL ACUPUNCTURE EXPERIENCE OF PROFESSOR. XIAO YONGJIAN LIU QINGGUO, QIN WENDONG,ET AL. international journal of acupuncture. 2002;13(2):105 (eng).