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The TCM acupunture point lin qi - 臨泣 - lín qì
(Gall Bladder 41)

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Phonetic script (Hanyu Pinyin)

lín qì

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Medical name (in English)
and abbreviation

Gall Bladder 41,

Traditional Chinese characters:

Chinese characters  ( lin qi / lín qì ) with pronunciation (English translation: Gall Bladder 41 )

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臨泣 ( lin qi / lín qì ) is composed of these characters*: (lin) , (qi)

*Please note that these are simplified (not traditional) characters. Clicking on one of these characters will take you to the "normal" Han Trainer Dictionary for Chinese Language.
臨泣 ( lin qi / lín qì ) in modern (simplified) characters
In Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), traditional Chinese characters are normally used to designate the points.
The Gall Bladder Meridian

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