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Illustration from early Chinese medical textbook

Language(s):
English
French
Format:
Still image
Subject(s):
Acupuncture
Medical Illustration
Education, Medical
World Health Organization
Abstract:
Drawing of an elephant in profile with acupuncture points indicated. Verso: WHO/18316. WPRO. Acupuncture. SM 12.1979. The earliest written acupuncture classics are known to have reached Japan in the 6th century. This illustration is taken from the early Chinese medical textbooks, and shows that the theory os the "points" was applied equally to veterinary medicine!
Copyright:
WHO must be mentioned in the accompanying text and/or given credit. This item may be under copyright protection. Please ask copyright owner for permission before publishing.
Copyright Holder:
World Health Organization; Source: Record; Research date: 20151002
Extent:
1 photoprint.
NLM Unique ID:
101436809 (See catalog record)
NLM Image ID:
A013735
Language(s):
English
French
Format:
Still image
Subject(s):
Acupuncture
Medical Illustration
Education, Medical
World Health Organization
Abstract:
Drawing of an elephant in profile with acupuncture points indicated. Verso: WHO/18316. WPRO. Acupuncture. SM 12.1979. The earliest written acupuncture classics are known to have reached Japan in the 6th century. This illustration is taken from the early Chinese medical textbooks, and shows that the theory os the "points" was applied equally to veterinary medicine!
Copyright:
WHO must be mentioned in the accompanying text and/or given credit. This item may be under copyright protection. Please ask copyright owner for permission before publishing.
Copyright Holder:
World Health Organization; Source: Record; Research date: 20151002
Extent:
1 photoprint.
NLM Unique ID:
101436809 (See catalog record)
NLM Image ID:
A013735