Sanyinjiao is the intersection point of spleen meridian, liver meridian and kidney meridian.And it is closely related with vital channel, ren channel, uterus and internal organs. Sanyinjiao has the function of regulate human health, and has remarkable treatment effection on female diseases. Sanyinjiao, first recorded in “Acupuncture and moxibustion” , is located 3 inches above the tip of the medial malleolus and at the posterior margin of the medial side of the tibia . Sanyinjiao acupoint is named Sanyinjiao because of the damp and hot Qi provided by the spleen, the water and wind provided by the liver and the cold Qi provided by the kidney. Kidney stores essence, which is the source of “Tiangui”; spleen controls blood, which is the source of blood biochemistry; liver stores blood, which is the source of meridians. The growth and development of women can not be separated from the participation and regulation of liver, spleen and kidney. Sanyinjiao, as the intersection point of foot three yin meridians, is closely related to viscera, meridians and uterus, which determines its particularity and importance in gynecology physiology and pathology. Through acupuncture at Sanyinjiao single point and its compatibility, it can regulate viscera in two ways, improve viscera function, and regulate Chongren uterus. The occurrence of common gynecological diseases in clinic is mostly in the uterus, and the changes are mostly in the viscera and Qi and blood. Most of the causes are caused by the loss of liver and kidney or the injury of Chong Ren. Because Sanyinjiao is closely related to the viscera, meridians and the uterus, Sanyinjiao point is the first choice for the treatment of gynecological related diseases. The author summarizes the physiological connection, pathological diseases and treatment of Sanyinjiao in gynecology as follows for reference.
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Application of Treatment of Sanyinjiao in Gynecological Diseases Based on the Relevance of Zang-fu Meridians and Collaterals
How to cite this paper: Wang, A., He, F. (2019) Application of Treatment of Sanyinjiao in Gynecological Diseases Based on the Relevance of Zang-fu Meridians and Collaterals. International Journal of Clinical and Experimental Medicine Research, 3(4), 131-134.