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Choose from 673 pictures in our Point collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


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Acupuncture points

Acupuncture points. Artwork of a female human head illustrating acupuncture points (labelled dots) and meridians (coloured lines). The musculature in the neck is coloured red. In the face the zygomatic bone (upper) and part of the mandible bone (lower) are shown. Acupuncture is a traditional Chinese system of medicine. It supposes that the meridians act as channels for flowing life force, or Qi. Each of the meridians is believed to connect through internal pathways to one of the internal organs. Diseases are considered to be due to interruptions in the flow of Qi. Inserting needles into the correct points is thought to restore the flow and cure disease.

© David Gifford/Science Photo Library

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Chinese acupuncture model

Chinese acupuncture model. Foot of a Chinese acupuncture model, with marking and numbers and labels to show the acupuncture points and lines (meridians). Acupuncture is a traditional Chinese system of medicine. It claims that meridians act as channels for flowing life force or Qi. Each of the meridians is believed to connect through internal pathways to one of the internal organs. Diseases are considered to be due to interruptions in the flow of Qi. Inserting needles into the correct points is thought to restore the flow and cure disease.

© DONCASTER AND BASSETLAW HOSPITALS/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

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One of the Buddhas of the Vatadage in Polonnaruwa, Sri Lanka

The Polonnaruwa Vatadage is an ancient Buddhist structure, probably dating back to the 12th Century Kingdom of Polonnaruwa in Sri Lanka. Its central platform is occupied by a small stupa, which has four Buddha statues - one of which is shown here- seated around it, each facing one of the cardinal directions.