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Zhongguo zhen jiu = Chinese acupuncture & moxibustion, ISSN 0255-2930, 08/2018, Volume 38, Issue 8, p. 853
To summarize professor 's own experience on the acupuncture sensation. Professor puts forward his opinion through the sensation of acupuncture on himself, from... 
Sensation | Acupuncture Therapy | Needles
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Evidence-based Complementary and Alternative Medicine, ISSN 1741-427X, 2013, Volume 2013, pp. 319734 - 7
Acupuncture stimulation elicits deqi, a composite of unique sensations. According to traditional Chinese medicine (TCM), deqi experienced by patients is often... 
ACTIVATION | POSITRON-EMISSION-TOMOGRAPHY | HUMAN BRAIN | STIMULATION | PAIN | SOUTHAMPTON NEEDLE SENSATION | HEALTHY-SUBJECTS | INTEGRATIVE & COMPLEMENTARY MEDICINE | QUESTIONNAIRE | HYPOTHALAMUS CHARACTERIZES | Neuroimaging | Herbal medicine | Neurology | Chinese medicine | Medical imaging | Researchers | Pain | Alternative medicine | Traditional Chinese medicine | Physiology | Acupuncture | Review
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Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine, ISSN 1075-5535, 05/2008, Volume 14, Issue 4, pp. 373 - 379
Objective: The specific sensations (deqi) generated during acupuncture are thought to be important for a positive clinical outcome, particularly when treating... 
INTEGRATIVE & COMPLEMENTARY MEDICINE | PLACEBO NEEDLE | Sensation | Pain Measurement - methods | Reproducibility of Results | Outcome Assessment (Health Care) | Humans | Acupuncture Points | Pain Threshold | Psychometrics | Surveys and Questionnaires | United Kingdom | Index Medicus
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PLoS ONE, ISSN 1932-6203, 02/2016, Volume 11, Issue 2, pp. e0148410 - e0148410
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Evidence-based Complementary and Alternative Medicine, ISSN 1741-427X, 2017, Volume 2017, pp. 7093967 - 7
Acupuncture sensations are considered essential in producing the treatment effect of acupuncture. The Massachusetts General Hospital Acupuncture Sensation... 
ELECTROACUPUNCTURE | SOUTHAMPTON NEEDLE SENSATION | INTEGRATIVE & COMPLEMENTARY MEDICINE | ACUPOINTS | DE-QI | CHINESE | SKIN | QUESTIONNAIRE | Clinical trials | Medicine, Experimental | Medical research | Usage | Acupuncture | Analysis | Health sciences | Cold | Japanese language | Native languages | Validity | Chinese medicine | Hospitals | Pain | Researchers | Questionnaires | Physiology | Translations | Validation studies
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Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine, ISSN 1075-5535, 10/2008, Volume 14, Issue 8, pp. 957 - 963
Objectives: The aims of this study are to collect acupuncture sensations reflecting real-life patients' experiences using qualitative methods and to test the... 
TRIALS | NEEDLE | PAIN | INTEGRATIVE & COMPLEMENTARY MEDICINE | FMRI | Sensation | Reproducibility of Results | Outcome Assessment (Health Care) | Humans | Middle Aged | Psychometrics - instrumentation | Focus Groups | Male | Pain Measurement - methods | Acupuncture Points | Adult | Female | Pain Threshold | Surveys and Questionnaires | Korea | Index Medicus
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Acupuncture in Medicine, ISSN 0964-5284, 12/2011, Volume 29, Issue 4, pp. 257 - 265
Background Although acupuncture sensation (also known as de qi) is a cornerstone of traditional acupuncture therapy, most research has accepted the traditional... 
KNEE | STIMULATION | LOW-BACK-PAIN | INTEGRATIVE & COMPLEMENTARY MEDICINE | RANDOMIZED-TRIAL | OSTEOARTHRITIS | QUESTIONNAIRE | FMRI | Sensation | Acupuncture Therapy - methods | Humans | Acupuncture Points | Adult | Female | Male | Needles | Surveys and Questionnaires | Touch | Rotation | Ultrasonics | Index Medicus
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Journal of Chinese Medicine, ISSN 0143-8042, 06/2018, Issue 117, pp. 5 - 13
This article discusses the aspects of needling that follow insertion and the elicitation of deqi, including propagation of needle sensation, tonification and... 
Deqi | Needling | Needle technique | Acupuncture | Propagation | Needle sensation | Methods | Senses | Anesthesia | Chinese medicine | Hypodermic needles
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Complementary Therapies in Medicine, ISSN 0965-2299, 2013, Volume 21, Issue 3, pp. 207 - 214
Summary Background Acupuncture sensation and manipulation have been considered to be an important component of acupuncture in traditional Asian medicine.... 
Internal Medicine | Medical Education | Needling sensation | Acupuncture manipulation | Pain | Acupuncture | SITE | BLOOD-FLOW | BLIND | TRIAL | INTEGRATIVE & COMPLEMENTARY MEDICINE | DE-QI | QUESTIONNAIRE | BRAIN | FMRI | Sensation | Acupuncture Therapy - methods | Analgesia - methods | Humans | Male | Pressure | Rotation | Young Adult | Analysis of Variance | Adult | Female | Needles | Pain Threshold | Studies | Clinical trials | Analgesics | Pain management | Index Medicus
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中华医学杂志:英文版, ISSN 0366-6999, 2016, Volume 129, Issue 15, pp. 1789 - 1794
Background: It has not been solved what kind of needle sensation might influence outcomes of acupuncture treatment. Effects of personality factors on the... 
多中心 | 针刺治疗 | 随机对照试验 | 治疗效果 | 二次分析 | Bell’s Palsy | 16 Personality Factor Questionnaire | De Qi | Needle Sensation
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Evidence-based Complementary and Alternative Medicine, ISSN 1741-427X, 2012, Volume 2012, pp. 591304 - 10
The study of acupuncture-related sensations, like deqi and propagated sensations along channels (PSCs), has a long tradition in acupuncture basic research. The... 
INTEGRATIVE & COMPLEMENTARY MEDICINE | MCGILL PAIN QUESTIONNAIRE | NEEDLE SENSATION | Spleen | Deprivation | Flotation | Satellite navigation systems | Stimulation | Experiments | Remote sensing | Studies | Sensory deprivation | Pain | Spatial data | Lasers | External stimuli | Alternative medicine | Questionnaires | Cholera | Acupuncture | Sketches | Geographic information systems
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The American Journal of Chinese Medicine, ISSN 0192-415X, 2002, Volume 30, Issue 1, pp. 45 - 50
The mechanism, by which acupuncture works is not yet clear, therefore there is no unequivocal consensus about styles and sensations of needling. To enhance the... 
Sensation | Deqi | Acupuncture | Sham | Placebo | acupuncture | MEDICINE, GENERAL & INTERNAL | sensation | sham | INTEGRATIVE & COMPLEMENTARY MEDICINE | placebo | Adult | Female | Needles - adverse effects | Humans | Korea | Measurement | Physiological aspects | Senses and sensation | Skin | Index Medicus
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