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Figure 1: Examples of a few “abnormal” reflexology areas (RAs) with abnormal skin colour, swelling (convexity), and hollowness (concavity) formations. (a) Reddish brown colour on the RAs of pancreas (head), lumbar vertebrae, and knee-hip-sciatic nerve (medial). (b) Brown colour on the RA of knee and sciatic nerve (lateral). (c) Dark brown colour on the RAs of partial thoracic vertebrae (left) and lumbar vertebrae (left). (d) Black colour on the RA of gall bladder. (e) Swollen RAs of urinary bladder. (f) Hollowness (concavity) formation on the knee-hip-sciatic nerve (lateral).