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The TCM acupunture point wu shu - 五樞 - wŭ shū
(Gall Bladder 27)

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Phonetic script (Hanyu Pinyin)

wŭ shū

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Medical name (in English)
and abbreviation

Gall Bladder 27,

Traditional Chinese characters:

Chinese characters  ( wu shu / wŭ shū ) with pronunciation (English translation: Gall Bladder 27 )

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五樞 ( wu shu / wŭ shū ) is composed of these characters*: (wu) , (shu)

*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.
五樞 ( wu shu / wŭ shū ) in modern (simplified) characters
In Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), traditional Chinese characters are normally used to designate the points.
The Gall Bladder Meridian

Meaning of of this acupuncture point's individual characters
as well as interpretation of the entire term in context with TCM

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