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Volume 19, Issue 4 - Nov 2006
Volume 19, Issue 3 - Aug 2006
Volume 19, Issue 2 - May 2006
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"동의보감(東醫寶鑑)" '중갈중열지변(中喝中熱之辨)'에 대한 고찰(考察);약론(略論) "동의보감(東醫寶鑑)" '중갈중열지변(中喝中熱之辯)'
Lee, Yong-Beom ;
Journal of Korean Medical classics, volume 19, issue 4, 2006, Pages 1~11
주단계(朱丹溪)와 장경악(張景岳)의 상화론(相火論)에 관한 비교(比較) 연구(硏究)
Kim, Gi-Uk ; Park, Hyeon-Guk ;
Journal of Korean Medical classics, volume 19, issue 4, 2006, Pages 12~26
수당오대(隋唐五代)의 의정사(醫政史)에 관한 연구
Park, Hyeon-Guk ; Kim, Gi-Uk ; Jeong, Seong-Chae ;
Journal of Korean Medical classics, volume 19, issue 4, 2006, Pages 27~61
A Study on the Medical Records presented in "HanGaekChiHeom"
Seo, Keun-Woo ; Oh, Jun-Ho ; Seo, Ji-Yeun ; Kim, Tae-Yuen ; Hong, Sae-Young ; Yun, Seng-Yick ; Cha, Wung-Seok ; Kim, Nam-Il ;
Journal of Korean Medical classics, volume 19, issue 4, 2006, Pages 62~69
"HanGaekChiHeom" is a book that arranged the medical records left by a Japanese doctor Junso Higuchi who treated a group of diplomats from Chosun and questions and answers exchanged between him and Chosun's doctor ChoSoongSoo. There are 14 kinds of medical records here with treatments and prescriptions as well as the detailed descriptions about the name, age and symptoms of patients. Various diseases and symptoms are included among them such as bums, common cold, skin diseases, edemas, etc. The characteristics of Junso Higuchi seem to be affected by medicine in Ming Dynasty in China.
A Study on Orthopraxia & Dermatology in traditional Korean medicine presented in Korean medicinal literature on traditional Korean medicine.
Seo, Ji-Yeun ; Oh, Jun-Ho ; Kim, Tae-Yuen ; Hong, Sae-Young ; Yun, Seng-Yick ; Cha, Wung-Seok ; Kim, Nam-Il ;
Journal of Korean Medical classics, volume 19, issue 4, 2006, Pages 70~79
Orthopraxia & Dermatology in traditional Korean medicine has taken a large part of our medicine from the ancient times. However, studies that have been carried out so far were mainly concerned with specific disease or treatment but studies on the history of orthopraxia & dermatology in traditional Korean medicine have not been done largely. Subsequently, it is confirmed that diseases belonging to the category of orthopraxia & dermatology in traditional Korean medicine are carried with no less weight in the books other than literatures specialized in orthopraxia & dermatology while Korean medical literature is being researched with interests in the history of orthopraxia & dermatology in traditional Korean medicine. This paper mainly introduced and analyzed medical literatures containing diseases in orthopraxia & dermatology among Korean medical literatures which were classified into books on emergency measures, general medical documents and surgically specialized records prior to DongUiBoGam.
금궤당귀산의 태열(胎熱) 예방(豫防) 가능성에 대한 소고(小考)
Bang, Jeong-Gyun ;
Journal of Korean Medical classics, volume 19, issue 4, 2006, Pages 80~85
A Study on the Wang-bing's Comprehension of No-Ja(老子) in Hwangje-Naegyeongsomunju(黃帝內經素問注)
Kim, Do-Hoon ;
Journal of Korean Medical classics, volume 19, issue 4, 2006, Pages 86~100
For the purpose of understanding Wang-bing's idea, which was influenced by Taoism and Hyeonhak(玄學), I investigated the quotations from the No-Ja in the Hwangje-Naegyeongsonumju, and came to the following conclusions. 1. In the process of writing notes on the Hwangje-Naegyeongsomun, Wang-bing quoted No-Ja 19 times at 17 passages. Through this annotating process, he suggested the vision of the universe and the vision of the formation of all things. And he emphasized that abstaining from desire and satisfaction are essential for one's well being. In other words, he insisted on following the rules of EumYang(陰陽) and Fourseasons, to preserve Cheonjin(天眞). 2. Wang-bing wanted to establish a systematic medical theory by revising the Hwangje-Naegyeongs omun. In the front part, where he mentioned contents of jeonwongibon, he tried tosearch a way of well being, through taking care of one's health. And there his Taoistic idea becomes obvious. 3. The Hwangje-Naegyeongsomun was written under the influence of Hwangno(黃老) idea - the series of Taoism of Chunchu-Jeonguk(春秋戰國) era. Likewise Wang-bing's revision on the Hwangje-Naegye ongsomun was based on the Taoism of Dang dynasty, which succeeded to the WiJinHyeonhak(魏晉玄學). This shows a series of relationship. 4. It is no wonder that Wang-bing used quotation from scriptures of Taoism in his annotating work on the Hwangie-Naegyeongsomun, The fact that this quotations are mainly mentioned in the front part, also shows that he emphasized the theme of well being, by intention.
A Study on the Current education of Oriental Medical Classics in Korea;A Study focused on Hwangje-Naegyeong(黃帝內經)
Kim, Do-Hoon ;
Journal of Korean Medical classics, volume 19, issue 4, 2006, Pages 101~112
For the purpose of profound comprehension of the Current education of Oriental medical classics in Korea, I investigated the results of direct survey of the Current education of Oriental medical classics from each professor, and came to following conclusions. 1. The education of Oriental medical classics mainly lasts for 2 years. Students have average 6.59 hours of lecture every week. The rate of full service professor reaches 74.4%. But the department of Oriental medical classics in every college takes charge of many subjects which are related to Oriental medical classics, so the appointment of large number of full service professor is essential for the improvement of educational environment of Oriental medical classics. 2. After the publishing of the common textbook of Oriental medical classics, it gradually became the main textbook. But it is necessary that we should complement the textbook and it is also necessary that we should develop another textbook for Nangyeong(難經). 3. Most professors emphasize on the cultivation of the ability which enables Oriental medical thought through precise comprehension of original text. By the way, for the purpose of motivation of studying Oriental medical classics, it is necessary to develop a lecture which is related to clinical medicine. From the same context it is also necessary to read clinical original text such as Dongui-bogam(東醫寶鑑) and Uihakimmun(醫學入門) in class.
주학해(周學海)의 "독의수필(讀醫隨筆) 기혈정신론(氣血精神論)"에 관한 연구(硏究);대주학해(對周學海) "독의수필(讀醫隨筆) 기혈정신론(氣血精神論)"적연구(的硏究)
Kim, Geun-Yeong ; Lee, Jeong-Tae ; Yun, Chang-Yeol ;
Journal of Korean Medical classics, volume 19, issue 4, 2006, Pages 113~125
장개빈(張介賓)의 의학윤리(醫學倫理) 사상(思想)에 대한 고찰(考察);관어장개빈의학윤리사상적연구(關於張介賓醫學倫理思想的硏究)
Kim, Yong-Jin ;
Journal of Korean Medical classics, volume 19, issue 4, 2006, Pages 126~135
"상한론(傷寒論)"의 "중풍(中風)"과 "상한(傷寒)"에 대한 고찰(考察);대우(對于) "상한론(傷寒論)" 지(之)"중풍(中風)"화(和) "상한(傷寒)"적고찰(的考察)
Bang, Jeong-Gyun ;
Journal of Korean Medical classics, volume 19, issue 4, 2006, Pages 136~146
이연(李延)의 중풍론(中風論)과 장개빈(張介賓)의 비풍론(悲風論)의 비교 연구;관우이연중풍론화장개빈비풍론적비교연구
Jo, Hak-Jun ; Kim, Yong-Jin ;
Journal of Korean Medical classics, volume 19, issue 4, 2006, Pages 147~168
A Study on Outbreaks and Changes of Samyang-Sameum(三陽三陰) Disease of Sanghallon(傷寒論)
Jang, Woo-Chang ;
Journal of Korean Medical classics, volume 19, issue 4, 2006, Pages 169~181
The Samyang-Sameum(三陽三陰) is the movement form peculiar to the cosmic dual forces. Since Byunggi(病氣) along with the Gyungkki(經氣), The Samyang-Sameum(三陽三陰) is the standard for a diagnosis of a disease's outbreak and change. Anyone of The Samyang-Sameum(三陽三陰) can cause a disease in a Gyungkki(經氣) because each and every human being has different Gyungkki(經氣). And, a disease may outbreak by anyone of Wind-Cold-Warmth-Heat(風寒溫熱). Guiding principles of the six Meridians(六經提綱) is set to diagnose which one of the Gyungkki(經氣) causes a disease. Sanghallon(傷寒論) shows several measures to diagnose the lapse of a disease at the beginning stage of external affection(外感) by Wind-Cold(風寒). It is most serious when the Jeongyung(傳經) symptom appears within 6 to 7 days after a disease outbreak since it indicates the exhaustion of true Eum(眞陰). It means the lapse of a disease that formation of dry stool(燥尸) by fast Jeonsok(轉屬) to Yangmyeong(陽明) after a Taeyang(太陽) is diseased. It also means that a position of disease is worsening by a sticking phase of disease when Yipeum(入陰) symptom after anyone of Samyang-Sameum(三陽三陰) is diseased
장개빈(張介賓)의 육십사괘(六十四卦) 방원도(方圓圖)에 대한 천발(闡發);장개빈(張介賓)의 육십사괘(六十四卦) 방원도(方圓圖)에 대한 천발(闡發)
Yun, Chang-Yeol ;
Journal of Korean Medical classics, volume 19, issue 4, 2006, Pages 182~192
Study on the Medicine-Changes Three Point Acupuncture
Jeong, Chang-Hyun ;
Journal of Korean Medical classics, volume 19, issue 4, 2006, Pages 193~201
These days, in Korean Traditional Medicine, acupuncture is attracting our attention. As a result, many kinds of acupuncture method are developed. Especially, Saam's Acupuncture, Hwa Acupuncture are usually used in clinic, today. All of them use Five Transporting Point(五輸穴) and are based on theory of intergeneration/interinhibition among the Five Element(五行相生相克理論). They belong to Five Element Acupuncture(五行鍼法). This paper introduce the Medicine-Changes Three Point Acupuncture which is another form of Five Element Acupuncture and study its significance.
A Study on Formation of Oriental Medicine Theory based on Analogical Inference
Baik, You-Sang ; Jung, Woo-Jin ;
Journal of Korean Medical classics, volume 19, issue 4, 2006, Pages 202~211
From the study on A Study on A Study on Formation of Oriental Medicine Theory based on Analogical Inference, the conclusion is as follows. Analogical inference belonging to informal logic has very important point that it makes new knowledges of unknown field from basis of common knowledge field. The form of Analogical Inference is "A: a-B: (b)", In "Naegyeong(內經)", models of analogy are classified into two types. One is that of analogical inference making new knowledges in company with effects of Heung-gi(興起), Another is to unite common knowledges, While the example of analogy between military science and medicine belongs to type of the former, example of bureaucracy and medicine belongs to type of the latter, that based on rearrangement of common knowledge. Two type have similar system of national government or military management in basis. In such process of analogical inference, we expect that new knowledges of Oriental Medicine would be accumulated in the future, in the same way of the past.
음양오행론의 발생과 그 응용;음양오행론적발생화응용(陰陽五行論的發生和應用)
Yun, Chang-Yeol ;
Journal of Korean Medical classics, volume 19, issue 4, 2006, Pages 212~218
A Study On Compositions, Dosages and Usages of Sagunjatang, Samultang, Palmultang, Sipjeondaebotang in Literature
Lee, Kyung-Goo ; Huang, Dae-Sun ; Yu, Young-Beob ; Ma, Jin-Yeul ; Ha, Hye-Kyeong ; Shin, Hyeun-Kyoo ;
Journal of Korean Medical classics, volume 19, issue 4, 2006, Pages 219~225
The result is the followings after investigating composition, dosage and usage of Sagunjatang(四君子湯), Samultang(四物湯), Palmultang(八物湯), Sipjeondaebotang(十全大補湯) in literature by country and Era 1. Sagunjatang has become equal to Panax ginseng(人蔘), Atractylodes japonica(白朮), Poria cocos(복령) each for 2 Jeon(錢), Glycyrrhiza uralensis(甘草) 1 jeon since the Ming Dynasty in China and it is standardized by Panax ginseng, Atractylodes japonica, Poria cocos and Glycyrrhiza uralensis each for 1 Jeon 2 Pun(分) 5 Ri(里) since Dongeuibogam in Korea. 2. Samultang has become equal to Angelica gigas(當歸) and Rehmannia glutinosa(地黃) each three Jeon, Cnidium officinale(川芎) is 1 Jeon 2 Pun or 1 jeon and Paeonia lactiflora(芎藥) 2 Jeon since the Ming Dynasty in China and it is standardized by Angelica gigas, Cnidium officinale, Paeonia lactiflora and Rehmannia glutinosa each for 1 Jeon 2 Pun 5 Ri since Dongeuibogam in Korea. 3. In the case of Palmultang, compositional usage of medicine was different in the Ming Dynastry and the Ching(靑) Dynastry in China. Total dosage was increased and ratio of Angelica gigas and Rehmannia glutinosa was increased comparatively in the Ching Dynasty. All prescription of medicine was consisted of 1 Jeon 2 Pun and specific dosage was presented except Euirimchwalyo(醫林撮要) that dosage was not recorded in Korea. 4. Sipjeondaebotang tended to increase total dosage in the latter part in China. Dosage was mostly used 1 Jeon thus Dongeuibogam but Bangyakhap(方藥合編) used 1 Jeon 5 Pun differentially.
은상대(殷商代)의 질병(疾病)과 치료(治療)
Yang, Dong-Suk ;
Journal of Korean Medical classics, volume 19, issue 4, 2006, Pages 226~240
A Research on the Deliria speech of "Sanghanmyeonglisoglon(傷寒明理續論)"
Choi, Dong-Su ; Sheen, Yeong-Il ;
Journal of Korean Medical classics, volume 19, issue 4, 2006, Pages 241~256
Aversion to wind is a feeling of cold when exposed to wind; aversion to cold is a feeling of cold. The distinction between aversion to wind and aversion to cold is ambiguous because in greater yang disease the two terms seem to be used indiscriminately. It is, however, worth noting that "aversion to wind" does not occur in the lines presenting disease of the three yin. In this text, we render as "heat effusion" rather than "fever," since the Chinese term is somewhat wider in meaning than familiar English term, Heat effusion is associated with many conditions and occurs both in externally contracted disease and miscellaneous disease (雜病), disease due to causes other than external evils). In externally contracted disease of the three yang channels, heat effusion is a manifestation of the struggle between right qi and evil qi; it does not necessarily indicate the presence of evil heat. In diseases of the three yin, right qi is not strong enough to counter evil qi; hence heat effusion is absent, and instead only aversion to cold is present. Sweating occurs in a variety of patterns. A distinction is made between spontaneous and night sweating(自汗). Spontaneous sweating is so called because it occurs spontaneously without exertion. it has numerous causes. Night sweating(盜汗) is sweating during sleep that ceases on awakening.
A Research on the Last part of the "Sinpyeonjangjunggyeongjuhaesanghanbalmilon(新編張仲景註解傷寒發微論)"
Kim, Jong-Hwa ; Sheen, Yeong-Il ;
Journal of Korean Medical classics, volume 19, issue 4, 2006, Pages 257~270
In yang brightness disease, Capillaris dedoction, Phellodendron dedoction and Ephedra forsythia rice bean dedoction treat generallized yellowing yellow inhibited urination, absence of sweating, thirst, and abdominal fullness. Basic lesser yang disease pattern with bitter taste in the mouse dry throat dizzy vision alternating aversion to cold and heat effusion chest and rib-side fullness taciturnity with no desire to eat heart vexation frequent retching and pulse that is fine and stringlike treat with Minor bupleurum dedoction. Three yin disease should be treated by warming the spleen and drying dampness, requiring urgent warming, using formulae such as Center-rectifying dedoction, Aconite dedoction and Counterflow cold dedoction.