- Channel (chinese medicine) history
Deng Yuet al " fractal dimensionof the meridian and the form of anatomy" (non-gap channels, cell backfill's non-tube channels).
**Zhang in 1996, "gap dimension" meridians (error)
*In 1985, France de Vernejoul P tracer isotope imaging methods; In addition, France Niboyet study of electric skin.
*In 1984, Xie Haoran, the meridian of human anatomical structure of space observation.
*In 1984, Hungary Eore use carbon dioxide detector meridian research.
*1980 Zhang Baozhen to the naked eye, such as the use of on-chip shop on the ground to observe and vascular perfusion.
*1978 Meridian Meng Zhao Wei's third-balance system
*1972 year Wang Tong proposed that channels and collaterals' essence was double reflection hypothesis.
*in the 1970s Japanese scholar this Shan Bo 本山博 with the liquid crystal thin film law observation, followed after transmission on-line temperature change.
*In 1970, France J. Borsarello the use of infrared thermal imaging method of Meridian Research.
*1956 Nogierop to the Chinese ear acupuncture points on the map and the role of research.
*In 1955, Nakatani Kazuo 中谷一雄 "well transmit sub-meshwork (Ryodoraku)" results, Sasakawa 笹川 "good points lead(good transmit points)", "Ryodoraku (well transmit sub-network)".
*In 1952, Fujita Rokuro 藤田六郎 put forward the hypothesis on the meridian.
*In 1950, Japan Nagahama 长滨善夫 reported on followed Meridian of sense of mass transmission phenomenon.
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