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Acupuncture For 14 Cases Of Meige's Syndrome II

Mi-mi Li, Jin-cheng Ma, Kai Zong, Dong-yan Wang
Published 2019 · Medicine

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Abstract Objective To observe the clinical efficacy of acupuncture for Meige's syndrome II. Methods Fourteen patients of Meige's syndrome II were treated with acupuncture. The acupoints included bilateral Taichōng (太冲LR3), Sānyīnjiāo (三阴交SP6), Taixī (太溪KI3), dance tremor control area of scalp acupuncture (舞蹈震颤控制区), Yangbai (阳白GB14), Sīzhukōng (丝竹空TE23), Yingxiāng (迎香LI20), Dicāng (地仓ST4), Jiachē (颊车ST6) and Xiaguān (下关ST7), and the needle retention continued for 40 min. The treatment was applied once a day, and there was a 5-day treatment and a 2-day rest every week. One course of treatment included a week, and there were 4 courses of treatment in total. After treatment, the clinical efficacy of the patients was evaluated. Results 4 cases were cured, 9 cases were effective, 1 case was ineffective, and the effective rate was 92.9%. Conclusions Acupuncture had a satisfactory clinical therapeutic effect on patients of Meige's syndrome II.
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