XUE CHONGCHENG

Xue Chongcheng (1919-)

Pr Xue Chongcheng (1919-)

Biographie

[Contributions of professor Xue Chong-cheng in acupuncture and neuropsychiatry]. Yang QL, Liu WT, Xu R. Chinese Acupuncture and Moxibustion. 2008 Jul;28(7):535-9.
Professor Xue Chong-cheng devotes himself in clinical and research of integrative works of TCM, acupuncture, neuropsychiatry, neurosurgery and medicopsychology for more than 70 years. He firstly confirmed acupoints are identical with nerve and motor points, found propagating meridian sensation on phantom limbs of acquired and congenital amputates. The sensation can pass over fresh incision wound and it exits and disappears with the cortical sensation. He proposed a central theory that a meridians model is present in the brain. He suggested examination of general afferent system, cortical sensation and deep pain of syringomyelia with acupuncture as they are absent in routine methods but still present during needling. He firstly reported meridian type of sensory epilepsy and it was recognized by the Epilepsy Center of the USA. He treated psychosis with electroacupuncture convulsive therapy, the dosage of current used was less than 4% of the conventional method. The Journal of Psychiatry of USA recognized it is a dramatic progress for more than 40 years. He compiled first integrative medical questionnaire for assessment of pain. According to TCM theories and modern method of standardization he established inventories and national norms of personality and constitution for the corresponding examinations. They fulfill the gap of China. He firstly proposed the model of TCM is temporo-spatio-socio-psycho-biological. Now he is nearly ninety years old but is still struggling on the first line.

Articles

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 [LE PHENOMENE DU PSC ET LE CORTEX CEREBRAL]. XUE CHONGCHENG. advances in acupuncture and acupuncture anaesthesia,beijing. 1980;:22 (eng).
 
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 [SENSATION CORTICALE ET SENSATION MERIDIENNE]. XUE CHONGCHENG. chinese acupuncture and moxibustion. 1981;1(2):21 (chi*).
 Sensation corticale et sensation méridienne sont analysées chez 15 malades avec des lésions du lobe pariétal ou thalamo-corticales. Les troubles de la sensation corticale et méridienne se retrouvent dans les mêmes zones de l’organisme et sont proportionnelles en degré. La sensation corticale apparaît plus précocemment que la sensation méridienne et est perçue dans les zones 3, 1, 2.
 
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 [MEMBRES FANTOMES ET MERIDIENS FANTOMES CHEZ LES AMPUTES ACQUIS ET CONGENITAUX INDUITS PAR ACUPUNCTURE]. XUE CHONGCHENG. mtc et acupuncture. 1981;4(4):6-12 (eng).
 Membres fantômes et méridiens fantômes ont été étudiés chez 35 patients amputés (amputation congénitale ou acquise). Tous ont développé une sensation fantôme sous acupuncture y compris ceux chez qui les autres méthodes avaient échouées. Le membre fantôme induit par acupuncture est plus net, plus complet et proche de la taille du membre opposé. L’acupuncture est idéale pour l’investigation et le traitement des douleurs fantômes. La découverte d’un méridien fantôme qui est une expression fonctionnelle du cortex cérébral et avec une signification phylogénique va dans le sens d’une théorie génétique du schéma corporel.
 
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 [SUR CERTAINS DOMAINES DANS LA RECHERCHE SUR LE PSC CONSIDERES COMME NE POUVANT ETRE EXPLIQUES PAR LA THEORIE CENTRALE]. XUE CHONGCHENG. chinese acupuncture and moxibustion. 1982;2(4):31 (chi*).
 Le PSC est une fonction du cortex cérébral. L’hypothèse de l’auteur est bâtie sur six points : 1) Existence dans le cortex de deux centres méridiens, un pour l’envoi des influx (MI) et un autre pour la perception de la sensation (MII). 2) Présence des voies de propagation dans MI. 3) Perception du PSC et de la simple sensation puncturale à deux niveaux différents. 4) Signification phylogénique du PSC. 5) Projection bilatérale du PSC. 6) Phénomène
 
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 UTILISATION DE L’ACUPUNCTURE COMME METHODE D’EXAMEN DE L’APPAREIL SENSITIF ET REFLEXION SUR LE CONCEPT D’ABOLITION SENSITIVE*. XUE CHONGCHENG. mensuel du medecin acupuncteur. 1982;88:704 (fra).
 
 
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 IN OBSERVATION ON THE REACTIONS OF ELECTRIC ACUPUNCTURE SHOCK THERAPY DURING CONVULSION. XUE CHONGCHENG ET AL. second national symposium on acupuncture and moxibustion,beijing. 1984;:34 (eng).
 
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 ELECTRIC ACUPUNCTURE SHOCK THERAPY. XUE CHONGCHENG ET AL. second national symposium on acupuncture and moxibustion,beijing. 1984;:33 (eng).
 
 
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 OBSERVATION ON THE SIDE EFFECTS OF ELECTRIC ACUPUNCTURE SHOCK THERAPY. XUE CHONGCHENG ET AL. second national symposium on acupuncture and moxibustion,beijing. 1984;:35 (eng).
 
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 THE PHENOMENON OF PROPAGATED SENSATION ALONG CHANNELS (PSC) AND THE CEREBRAL CORTEX. XUE CHONGCHENG. in research on acupuncture,moxibustion and acupuncture anesthesia,beijing. 1986;:668-683 (eng).
 
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 ACUPUNCTURE INDUCED PHANTOM LIMB AND MERIDIAN PHENOMENON IN ACQUIRED AND CONGENITAL AMPUTEES : A SUGGESTION OF THE USE OF ACUPUNCTURE AS A METHOD FOR INVESTIGATION OF PHANTOM LIMB]. XUE CHONGCHENG. chinese medical journal. 1986;99(3):247-52 (eng).
 Phantom limbs and phantom meridians were experienced by 25 acupunctured acquired and congenital amputees including those who failed by other methods. The phantom limbs elicited by acupuncture were complete, alive, bright, and nearly in the size of the actual limbs the patients should really possess. Acupuncture is a good method for researching phantoms and treating phantoms and stump pains. The discovery of the phantom meridian favorably supports the genetic theory of body schema. Phantom meridians are thought to be a functional phenomenon of the cerebral cortex and formed phylogenetically. Therefore, a meridian center in the brain is
 
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 [ELECTRIC ACUPUNCTURE CONVULSIVE THERAPY]. XUE CHONGCHENG ET AL. chinese acupuncture and moxibustion. 1987;7(3):44 (chi*).
 Etude comparative chez 150 schizophrénies, entre électroacupuncture convulsivotérapie (EACT) et électroconvulsivothérapie (ECT). Dans l’EACT les aiguilles sont placées sur 20VG et 26VG et le courant déclenchant une convulsion est de 3,6 % de celui de l’ECT. L’EACT est une forme d’ECT où le courant est délivré en des points d’acupuncture de position médiane. Dans cette étude l’EACT est plus efficace, les réactions somatiques et viscérales moindres et les risques de fracture, de modifications EEG ou de troubles de mémoire diminués par rapport à l’ECT. L’efficacité de l’ECT dépend des changements dans les structures cérébrales
 
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 A PRELIMINARY ANALYSIS OF THE DISTRIBUTION OF YIN-YANG TEMPERAMENT TYPES IN CHINESE POPULATION. XUE CHONGCHENG ET AL. in compilation of the abstracts of acupuncture and moxibustion papers, beijing. 1987;:244 (eng).
 
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 A PRELIMINARY ANALYSIS OF THE DISTRIBUTION OF THE YIN-YANG TEMPERAMENT TYPES IN CHINESE POPULAIRE. XUE CHONGCHENG ET AL. selections from article abstracts on acupuncture and moxibustion, beijing. 1987;:15 (eng).
 La typologie caractérielle Ying-Yang en Chine garde encore sa valeur.
 
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 CONSULTATION ON THE SENSORY DISSOCIATION OF SYRINGOMYELIS AND ON THE BIPHASIC ACTION OF ACUPUNCTURE IN DREDGING CHANNELS. XUE CHONGCHENG ET AL. selections from article abstracts on acupuncture and moxibustion, beijing. 1987;:66 (eng).
 
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 THE CORTICAL AND MERIDIAN SENSATIONS. A SUGGESTION ON THE USE OF ACUPUNCTURE TO EXAMINE PARIETAL LOBE FUNCTION. XUE CHONGCHENG. journal of tcm. 1988;8(1):9-14 (eng).
 
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 [THE BASIS ON WHICH MY CONCEPTION OF MERIDIAN AND NERVE IS FORMED]. XUE CHONGCHENG. chinese acupuncture and moxibustion. 1992;12(4):17 (chi*).
 The author holds that the "term" of meridian and vessel (jinmai) in "internal classic" refers to two aspects : "Jing" (the meridian) is the nerves while "Mai" (the vessel) the blood vessels and the propagating sensation along meridians is the functional manifestation of the parietal lobe.
 
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 [THE MODEL OF TRADITIONAL CHINESE MEDICINE]. XUE CHONGCHENG AND YANG QIULI. journal of tcm. 2003;23(4):308 (eng).
 Medical model, which guides medical practice, belongs to the field of philosophy. It is retrospective cognition in medicine abroad and changes with the conditions of medical practice. The biological medical model came out in the 15th century. Since then, it has made a great deal of contributions to the development of medicine. In the late years of the 19th century, biological medical model showed inadequate in some aspects. It was not replaced by biopsychosocial medical model until the 20th century. The model of traditional Chinese medicine is prospective. Its formula is Time – Space – Social – Psychological – Biological, which includes more elements than the model of modern medicine, guiding the practice and development of traditional Chinese medicine for more than two
 
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 IL MODELLO DELLA MEDICINA TRADIZIONALE CINESE. XUE CHONGCHENG ED ALTRI. rivista italiana di medicina tradizionale cinese. 2004;98(4):75 (ita*).


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