Mid C20 Chinese medical illustration in trad. style: Smallpox
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Youke san zhong (Three Books of Paediatrics) is a mid 20th century composite edition of three classics of paediatrics: Zengbu douzhen yusui jinjing lu (The Gold And Chalcedony Mirror of Pox Diseases, Expanded Edition) by Weng Zhongren (Ming period, 1368-1644), Youke tiejing (Iron Mirror of Paediatrics) by Xia Ding (Qing period, 1644-1911), and Xiao'er tuina guangyi (Overview of Paediatric tuina Massage) by Xiong Yingxiong (Qing period). A small number of illustrations are included in a supplement.
This illustration of 'Waist Entwining' pox, in traditional ink and brush style, comes from The Gold And Chalcedony Mirror of Pox Diseases.
The text states: The Kidney Channel (meridian) governs the lumbar region/waist. A pox (dou) encircling the waist is known as Waist Entwining (chanyao). It occurs when pox poisons are entrenched in the kidney. Treatment must focus on attacking the poisons.
Heading: Waist Entwining (chanyao)