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A Study on Baihe Disease(百合病) Texts in "The Esseence of the Synopsis of the Golden Chamber"
Li, Xian-Lan ; Lee, Yong-Bum ;
Journal of Korean Medical classics, volume 20, issue 1, 2007, Pages 1~10
"The Essence of the Synopsis of the Golden Chamber" is an annotated book on the "Synopsis of the Golden Chamber" written by You-Yi(尤怡) of the Qing Dynasty (1729). Chapter 3 of this annotated book contains explanations of BaiheDisease(百合病). You-Yi(尤怡) maintained that the cause of Baihe-Disease(百合病) is a deficient-type fever(虛熱) induced by lung-fluid deficiency(肺陰不足). Generally, a higher fever led to a worse prognosis, and this disease was mainly treated by supplement methods(補法). In his pharmacological explanations, You-Yi(尤怡) often used the analogical inference of the five evolutive phases(五行歸類), and he frequently quoted "The Yellow Emperor's Canon of Internal Medicine(黃帝內經)" and "The Medical Secret of an Official(外臺秘要)" to explain the texts.
백고(伯高)의 의학체계에 관한 연구;관어백고의학체계적연구(關於伯高醫學體系的硏究)
Park, Hyeon-Guk ; Kim, Gi-Uk ;
Journal of Korean Medical classics, volume 20, issue 1, 2007, Pages 11~16
A Study of the History of Medical Administration for Liao(遼).Jin(金).Yuan(元) Dynasty
Kim, Ki-Wook ; Park, Hyun-Kuk ;
Journal of Korean Medical classics, volume 20, issue 1, 2007, Pages 17~37
Basic summary of the medical administration: First of all, Liao Jin Yuan dynasties had broad cultural exchange between north and south that the two traditional medical administrations were closely linked which later formed a system that united as one. Establishment of governmental medical office and governmental medical education organization was the very first attempt in the history of the medical administration. The measure on promoting the social level of medical doctors has an important meaning on the growth of the medical field. Medical policy on prisoners was done under the new condition brought on from experience. Medicine not of China was broadly interchanged, medicine from Arab was spread throughout China, and the department on skeletal injuries and the dietary treatments had major development. At this era, under a overall expansion of politics, economy, culture and medicine, scholastic dispute on medicine triggered medical expansion.
The Study on the "Oh Sib Young(五十營)" of the "Young Chu(靈樞)"
Kang, Gyung-Rae ; Yuk, Sang-Won ;
Journal of Korean Medical classics, volume 20, issue 1, 2007, Pages 39~48
The first chapter of the Oh Sib Young(五十營) explains that the length of the measurement of channels(脈度) is sixteen zahngs two cheocks(16丈2尺). The second chapter says that nourishing gi(營氣) circles around(周行) the whole body 50 times during 13,500 times of breathing in twenty-four hours. The third chapter explains that the total length reaches 810 zhangs(810丈) if it circles around 50 times. Through construction of word, comparison of annotation, investigation, literal translation, free translation, conclusion analysis of these ancient writings, the following results were obtained. In the second chapter, "twenty five bun(二十五分)" should be modified into "twenty bun one Ii six ho(二十分一釐六毫) " or "twenty bun and the rest(二十分有奇)", "forty bun(四十分)" should be changed into "forty bun sam Ii two ho(四十分三釐二毫)" or "forty bun and the rest", and "five su twenty bun(五宿二十分)" should be modified into "five su twenty one bun six li(五宿二十分六釐)" or "two hundred ten bun and the rest(二百十分有奇)" in order to clarify their meanings.
A study on the contradiction of KwanKyuk(關格) in Naegyung("內經") and Nankyung("難經")
Jo, Hak-Jun ; Kim, Ho-Hyun ;
Journal of Korean Medical classics, volume 20, issue 1, 2007, Pages 49~63
Referred to "Jeungchijunseung(證治準繩" ), "Kyungakjunsu(景岳全書)", and "Uihakyipmoon(醫學入門)", We got the conclusion on the contradiction of KwanKyuk in "Naegyung(內經)" and "Nankyung(難經)" like below. First, It can be defined the fact as Naekwanoikyuk(內關外格) in "Nankyung(難經)" that in "Naegyung(內經)", the Cold from out is too strong that the Yanggi is isolated and vomitted and spread to Hacho(下焦). Because, it is the same phenomenon in "Nankyung(難經)", Yanggi is too strong that invade the stage of Eumgi, and in the flow, overturning situation appears and thru isolation. Same above, We can also understand the fact as Oikwannaekyuk(外關內格) in "Nankyung(難經)" that the Ileum(溢陰, same as Naekwan(內關) or Kwaneum(關陰) in "Naegyung(內經)" ), Heat from Mixed disease(雜病) is too strong that Eumgi is isolated and spreading to Sangcho(上焦). Because, it is the same phenomenon in "Nankyung(難經)" , Eumgi is too strong that invade the stage of Yanggi, and in the flow, overflowing situation appears and thru vomitting.
A Study on The Invigorative Prescriptions(補氣方劑) in "The Elimination & Supplement about The Famous Prescription Comments(刪補名醫方論)" of "The Golden Mirror of Medicine(醫宗金鑑)";focus on translation & comparative study with "The Famous Prescription Comments on Ancient and Modem Times (古今名醫方論)"
Kim, Seung-Hwan ; Lee, Yong-Bum ;
Journal of Korean Medical classics, volume 20, issue 1, 2007, Pages 65~74
"The Golden Mirror of Medicine(醫宗金鑑)" was compiled by the medical officers of the Qing government, headed by Wu-Qian(吳謙)."The Elimination &Supplement about the Famous Prescription Comments(刪補名醫方論)", a collection of notes written by famous scholars, is one part of "The Golden Mirror of Medicine(醫宗金鑑)" . Through the translation and comparative study of invigorative prescription(補氣方劑) in "The Elimination & Supplement about the Famous Prescription Comments(刪補名醫方論)" of "The Golden Mirror of Medicine(醫宗金鑑)" with "The Famous Prescription Comments on Ancient and Modem Times(古今名醫方論)" , we confirmed that many sentences of "The Famous Prescription Comments on Ancient and Modern Times(古今名醫方論)" were quoted, but that most of the text was not quoted as the same: it was revised and supplemented. In organization, invigoration prescriptions are placed at the head of the chapter, indicating their importance. In classification, prescriptions for reinforcing middle-jiao(中焦) and replenishing qi(補中益氣湯類 方劑) were usually included in the invigoration prescriptions(補氣方劑), which is explained in chapter II, thereby clearly distinguishing between treatments of deficiency of qi(氣虛) and combining it with the sinking of qi of middle-jiao(中氣下陷).
장개빈(張介賓)의 "류경(類經)"과 안등창익(安藤昌益)의 의학사상(醫學思想);장개빈적(張介賓的) "류경(類經)" 여안등창익적의학사상(與安藤昌益的醫學思想)
Park, Mun-Hyeon ;
Journal of Korean Medical classics, volume 20, issue 1, 2007, Pages 75~84
On the Life-Care(養生) Theory of Zhang, Jie-Bin(張介賓)
Yi, Jae-Bong ;
Journal of Korean Medical classics, volume 20, issue 1, 2007, Pages 85~102
Zhang thinks human life consists of body(形) and Shen(神 spirit). Body comes from Jing(精), Shen comes from Qi(氣). The common basic of body and Shen is Qi. Thus the elements of human life are Jing, Qi and Shen. Among the three life elements, Jing is the lowest level. To preserve Jing is the key to Life Care. To preserve Jing, we should rest body and Shen, and Shen rules body, so to rest Shen is necessary to preserve Jing. When Jing is full, it converts to Qi, and Qi converts to Shen. Shen is ruled by mind(心), so mind sould be quiet. There is a gate through which Jing and Qi pass. It is called Mingmen(命門), and it sould be closed tight to preserve Jing.
The study on bibliography register basis and Revision plan about origin that 'The 11 established formularies of Korean traditional herbal medicine volumes'
Shin, Hyun-Gyu ; Whang, Dae-Sun ; Kweon, Sam-Su ; Kim, Yong-Jin ;
Journal of Korean Medical classics, volume 20, issue 1, 2007, Pages 103~111
1. "Regulation for about kind of formularies of Korean traditional herbaland preparation method"(Ministry of Health and Welfare No. 1995-15, 95. 3. 15) and "Regulation for review safety and efficacy of drugs. Article 2. 1 Clause 10." should revise "Sasanguihak(四象醫學)" by "Donguisusebowon(東醫壽世保元)" that is the name of book. 2. "Regulation for review safety and efficacy of drugs. Article 2. 1 Clause 10." was defining 'The 11 established formularies of Korean traditional herbal medicine volumes' "Donguisusebowon" that is defined as "The 11 established formularies of Korean traditional herbal medicine volumes" is "Susebowon(壽世保元)" that the Ming period Gong jung-hyun writes. Otherwise, mistake that "Donguisusebowon" of Lee Jema(李濟馬) was recorded 2 times occurs. Therefore, "Susebowon" of "The 11 established formularies of Korean traditional herbal medicine volumes" is that "Susebowon" of the Ming period Gong Jung-hyun writes 3. "yaksungga(藥性歌)" is nonbook in "The 11 established formularies of Korean traditional herbal medicine volumes" and should be erase. Because basis is ambiguous. 4. "The 11 established formularies of Korean traditional herbal medicine volumes" must revise by 10 kinds in "Regulation for about kind of formularies of Korean traditional herbaland preparation method" and "Regulation for review safety and efficacy of drugs. Article 2." The kinds should be revised by "Donguibogam(東醫寶鑑)", "jejungsinpyeon(濟衆新編)", "Euihakipmoon(醫學入門)", "kyungakjeonse(景岳全書)", "Susebowon", "Bonchogangmok(本草鋼目)", "Bangyakhappyeon(方樂合編)", "Hyangyakjipseongbang(鄕樂集成方)", "Gwangjebigeup" and "Donguisusebowon".
A Study on Calender(曆法) appeared in "Hwangje-Naegyeong(黃帝內經)"
Kim, Shin-Hyung ; Jang, Woo-Chang ; Jeong, Chang-Hyun ;
Journal of Korean Medical classics, volume 20, issue 1, 2007, Pages 113~123
The astronomical understanding of the heavens in "Hwangje-Naegyeong" can be divided into three main fields: the theory of cosmos, astronomy and calender. "Hwangie-Naegyeong" comprised the theory of cosmos, astronomy and calender established in the Han period. Astronomy was to describe the heavenly world and to interpret its phenomena. Calendar was to make numerical representations of the observations of all kinds of celestial bodies and to give them number-mystical meanings. Theory of cosmos treated what ancient Chinese speculated on the structure of the heavens including the earth. These three fields developed independently. However, they can also be be combined into one tradition, the astronomical knowledge. In the Han period that the astronomical knowledge grew from the mere accumulation of primitive knowledge to the established form. Throughout the Chinese history, the essential contents of astronomical knowledge including the theory of calendar, did not change much from what they were in Han period. "Hwangje-Naegyeong" use the lunisolar calendar(太陰太陽曆) and the Calendar in the late Han period(後漢四分曆). The use of the subdivisions of the seasons(24節氣) and the leap month(閏月) in "Hwangje-Naegyeong" means that it adopted the lunisolar calendar. Also "Hwangje-Naegyeong" adopted the Calendar in the late Han period by the four points: "Hwangje-Naegveong" ruled the circulation of the universe(周天度數) at 365, 1/4 terms, use the The Twenty Eight Constellations in astronomical observation, view the heavenly body by the ecliptic(黃道) and mark down year by the Heavenly Streams & Earthly Branches(干支紀年), The 24 solar terms is made by amount of Yang-Gi(陽氣) and samyum and samyang(三陰三陽) represent the amount of Yang-Gi in the earth.
유의의(儒醫) 개념정립과 장개빈(張介賓);유의적개념정립여장개빈(儒醫的槪念定立與張介賓)
Seong, Ho-Jun ;
Journal of Korean Medical classics, volume 20, issue 1, 2007, Pages 125~136
The fundamental principles of pulse feeling(脈診) of "Sanghanlon(傷寒論)"
Jeong, Chang-Hyun ; Jang, Woo-Chang ;
Journal of Korean Medical classics, volume 20, issue 1, 2007, Pages 137~149
Diagnostic method by taking pulse is generally accepted as a clinical diagnosis of today. Theoretical foundation of the method was laid by "Hwangjenaegyeong" and "Nangyeong". Since then, it was quoted by "Sanghallon" and systematically applied to diagnoses by making a diagnosis in the light of pulse condition and symptoms observed so that the original form of the method was shaped thereby. And therefore, theoretical significance of diagnostic method by taking pulse was drawn in this paper to define the theory of pulse feeling. Furthermore, this paper is corroborative of that the purpose of diagnostic method by taking pulse is to diagnose pyo-lee and jang-bu; wind-cold-warmth-heat; and deficiency and excess of gi and blood as well as substantially prove it with the texts of "Sanghallon".
A Study on Syndromes of Oryeongsan(五岺散證)
Bang, Jung-Kyun ;
Journal of Korean Medical classics, volume 20, issue 1, 2007, Pages 151~164
In "Sanghanlon(傷寒論)", there are several articles to explain about Oryeongsan's syndrome. Most important articles of them are No. 72 and No. 75. Oryeongsan is explained by many doctors as a prescription to control exterior and interior, because they considered that symptoms of 72 and 75 articles were caused by exterior and interior's syndrome. Accordingly, they explained that RAMULUS CINNAMOMI(桂枝) and warm water remove exterior pathogens, and PORIA(茯笭) and others remove interior fluid retention. But considering the origin of a fluid retention, RAMULUS CINNAMOMI's effects are rather activating Yang(通陽) and warming Yang(溫陽) than removing exterior pathogens. The fluid retention is cauesd by insufficiency of Yang energy, because body fluid's spreading depends on Ynag energy. RAMULUS CINNAMOMI's effects of activating Yang and warming Yang improve the fluid retention and spread body fluid to the whole body. Some doctors use CORTEX CINNAMOMI(肉桂) instead of RAMULUS CINNAMOMI, because CORTEX CINNAMOMI's effects of activating Yang and warming Yang are better than RAMULUS CINNAMOMI's. There are many opinions about what is the main symptom of Oryeongsan's syndrome, but the difficulty in urination is understood by most doctors as the main symptom of Oryeongsan's syndrome. From the viewpoint of that, they understand that Oryeongsan's main effect is the induce diuresis. But the induce diuresis does not only mean a urination. The induce diuresis must be understood as the removing fluid retention by sweat and urine through the spreading body fluid.
The historical lesson from the flourishing and declining of Kampo medicine in Japan
Liang, Rong ;
Journal of Korean Medical classics, volume 20, issue 1, 2007, Pages 165~169
Influenced by the western science and experimental medicine of recent times, Kampo medicine had been founded characterized by experiment at the Edo age in japan. However, the government of japan pursued the scientificalness of medicine blindly, then Kampo medicine completely westernized and moved towards the decline. In our modernization of Chinese medicine, the historical lesson of japan should be learned.