This paper is a continuation of "Opening up a New Field of Modern Medical Research 1" published in the preprint of osf and "Opening up a New Field of Modern Medical Research 2" published in the Journal of Alternative, Complementary & Integrative Medicine. Modern medicine tells us that the human body is an organism compo sed of heart, lung, liver, kidney, spleen, stomach, brain, nerves, muscles, bones, blood vessels, blood, and so on, At the same time, Traditional Chinese Medicine believes that besides these tissues and organs, the human body still has another part of the structure, Traditional Chinese Medicine calls them Jing Luo and Shu Xue. Jing Luo means the longitudinal line of the human body and the accompanying net, translated into English Meridians and Collaterals. Shu Xue means holes distributed on Jing Luo and outside Jing Luo. Because stimulating Shu Xue's position by acupuncture, massage, and other methods can cure diseases, so Shu Xue is translated into an English acupuncture point, abbreviated as acupoint or point. Meridians and acupoints are the special knowledge of human body structure in Traditional Chinese Medicine.