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Suggestion of experimental model on the innate kidney essence insufficiency syndrome for the development of humanitas traditional medicine
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  • Journal title : TANG [HUMANITAS MEDICINE]
  • Volume 3, Issue 3,  2013, pp.23.1-23.3
  • Publisher : Association of Humanitas Medicine
  • DOI : 10.5667/tang.2013.0023
 Title & Authors
Suggestion of experimental model on the innate kidney essence insufficiency syndrome for the development of humanitas traditional medicine
Lee, Byongjoo; Go, Jihyun; Lee, Duckgue;
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 Abstract
According to the traditional Korean medicine (TKM), kidney has been recognized as the roof of innate endowment because it plays an important role in the birth, growth, sexual reproduction, and aging. Kidney essence insufficiency syndrome (KEIS) is caused when kidney is impaired. KEIS is characterized by retarded development, decreased reproduction, tinnitus, loosening of teeth, and loss of hair and forgetfulness. In traditional Chinese medicine, KEIS mouse model was established by use of threatinjuring the kidney combined with over-fatigue. However, the TKM theory-based KEIS experiment model has not been described correctly. In the present study, we suggest a new KEIS experiment model including following cases; 1) weakness of father essence and mother blood, 2) life nurturing during pregnancy, 3) full-term gestation period.
 Keywords
kidney essence insufficiency syndrome;Korean traditional medicine theory;experimental model;
 Language
English
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