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[Drawings of the human body showing anatomy and acupuncture meridians]

Specimen medicinae Sinicae - Bethesda, MD : U.S. National Library of Medicine, National Institutes of Health, Health & Human Services, 2010

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Illustration of an open book showing two drawings of the human body. One drawing contains the various organs of the human body labeled in Latin, while the facing illustration contains double lines that indicate channels of qi/ki flow in the body, sometimes called acupuncture meridians. These were misinterpreted in the West as evidence of East Asian ignorance of anatomy. Specimen medicinae Sinicae, pls. 1 & 2.

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<p>Illustration of an open book showing two drawings of the human body. One drawing contains the various organs of the human body labeled in Latin, while the facing illustration contains double lines that indicate channels of qi/ki flow in the body, sometimes called acupuncture meridians. These were misinterpreted in the West as evidence of East Asian ignorance of anatomy. Specimen medicinae Sinicae, pls. 1 & 2.</p>
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[Drawings of the human body showing anatomy and acupuncture meridians]

Specimen medicinae Sinicae - Bethesda, MD : U.S. National Library of Medicine, National Institutes of Health, Health & Human Services, 2010

<p>Illustration of an open book showing two drawings of the human body. One drawing contains the various organs of the human body labeled in Latin, while the facing illustration contains double lines that indicate channels of qi/ki flow in the body, sometimes called acupuncture meridians. These were misinterpreted in the West as evidence of East Asian ignorance of anatomy. Specimen medicinae Sinicae, pls. 1 & 2.</p>
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Illustration of an open book showing two drawings of the human body. One drawing contains the various organs of the human body labeled in Latin, while the facing illustration contains double lines that indicate channels of qi/ki flow in the body, sometimes called acupuncture meridians. These were misinterpreted in the West as evidence of East Asian ignorance of anatomy. Specimen medicinae Sinicae, pls. 1 & 2.

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