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Differential Diagnosis of Knee Pain
The differential diagnosis of knee pain includes the following:
Treatment of Knee Pain
Lu-5 (swelling and pain of the knee, cranes knee wind - cross connection method) [PIHMA, Tan].
He Ding [PIHMA]
LI-11 (corresponding arm point of the lateral knee) [Backer2010, pg 132].
Ht-3 (corresponding arm point of the medial knee) [Backer2010, pg 132].