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Volume 20, Issue 4 - Nov 2007
Volume 20, Issue 3 - Aug 2007
Volume 20, Issue 2 - May 2007
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A Study of External Treatment on the "Chuan-Ya-Wai-Bian(串雅外編)";part of ophthalmic, otolaryngologic and surgical diseases
Jeong, Gil-Chae ; Kim, Eun-Ha ; Lee, Byung-Wook ;
Journal of Korean Medical classics, volume 20, issue 2, 2007, Pages 1~12
External treatments have various curative effects. So it had been used to cure various patients. Especially, Zhao-Xue-Min(趙學敏) had thought that there are useful treatments of wander doctors. So, the "Chuan-Ya(串雅)" had been written by Zhao-Xue-min in 1759. The book had included treatments of wander doctors. it had included various external treatments. Therefore we would like to bring out it's external treatments in the part of ophthalmic, otolaryngologic and surgical diseases. We have researched external treatments of "Chuan-Ya", and then we have arrived at following conclusions. "Chuan-Ya" has 56 sentences that have related to external treatments in the part of ophthalmic, otolaryngologic and surgical diseases. And then, the treatments were, for the most of the part, bathing therapy, application therapy.
The Study On The "NanKyungHoeJuJenJung"'s Meridian theory
Jung, Hae-Jin ; Kim, Yong-Jin ;
Journal of Korean Medical classics, volume 20, issue 2, 2007, Pages 13~24
ZhangSanRoei's "NanKyungHeoJuJenJung" is a book which is composed of 'HeoJu'(collection of traditional explanations) and 'JenJung'(his own ideas). In this research, I considerd of "NanKyungHeoJuJenJung"'s theory of 'meridian' mainly by the original text. ZhangSanRoei said that it is right in the traditional theory that the 12 channel is always arranged 'pulse', and 'kikyung 8 channel' is subsidiary, so both of them are important. But, he was influenced by western medicine, he criticized that 12 channels' lenth is 16zhang2chuk, and are stared in 'Sutaeyinpaekyung' and left kidney right myungmun theory.
The relation between Dong-
ibogam and Taosim
Jeong, Chang-Hyun ;
Journal of Korean Medical classics, volume 20, issue 2, 2007, Pages 25~30
It is well-known fact that Korean medicine is related to Taoism. Dong-
ibogam(東醫寶鑑) was written by Heo-Jun(許浚) in Jo-seon(朝鮮) dynasty. Heo-Jun complied all of past studies on Korean medicine in this book. On the basis of Naegyoung(內徑), he accepted the theory of four eminent physicians of the K
m and Won Dynasty(金元時代) in ancient China and Eubangyouchui(醫方類聚),
ngbang(鄕藥集成方) in Jo-seon. Especially, Dong-
ibogam is so characteristic of Taoism than any other medical books written in China or Korea before. In this study, I researched the relation between Dong-
ibogam and Taosim on the views of authors, organization, reference hooks, contents.
A Study of External Treatment on the obstetric and gynecologic diseases(1);The part of genital organic diseases
Heo, Kyung-Ja ; Kim, Eun-Ha ; Lee, Byung-Wook ;
Journal of Korean Medical classics, volume 20, issue 2, 2007, Pages 31~51
External treatments have various curative effects. According to the existing researches, We have read that many external treatments have been related to obstertic and gynecologic diseases. But systemic description is very rare about external treatment of obstertic and gynecologic diseases. Therefore we would like to describe that. We have found out many sentences that have been related to external treatments about genital organic diseases disease. Comparatively often had been refered diseases are Uterine Prolapse(陰脫), Erosion of Vulva(陰瘡), Puritus Vulvae(陰痒), Mass in Abdomen and Coldness of Genitals(陰冷).
An experimental study of HwaYul(火熱) theory on the "SoMunHyunKiWonByungSik(素問玄機原病式)"
Choi, Seong-Hun ;
Journal of Korean Medical classics, volume 20, issue 2, 2007, Pages 53~59
In Oriental medicine, different suggestions regarding how cerebrovascular accident(CVA) may develop have been offered by several physicians. In Jin(金)Yuan(元) dynasty, Liu Wan Su(劉完素) asserted that CVA was not developed by external PungSa(風邪) but internal HwaYul, which was noted in the "SoMunHyunKiWonByungSik". To verify experimentally Liu's HwaYul theory in rats, normothermic control group (37
) and hypothermic test group (32
) were subjected to transient middle cerebral artery occlusion(MCAO) of 1hour. In 7days after MCAO, the rats were sacrified and the volume of infarct and the size of edema were measured. The present findings expand our understanding of the pathophysiology as to the CVA which is related to the HwaYul theory.
Study on the 'poems of prograde' of twelve meridians and 'poems of acupoints'
Kang, Dong-Yun ; Jo, Hak-Jun ; Kim, Ho-Hyun ;
Journal of Korean Medical classics, volume 20, issue 2, 2007, Pages 61~123
We translated 'poems of prograde' and 'poems of acupoints' which in the poems of acupoints and based on that, We considered the circulating direction and region of twelve meridian comparing the notion in common today with that in the 'poems of acupoints'. Finally, we got the conclusion like below 1. About circulating line of lung meridian, it'll be proper to correct that lung meridian passes through inner edge of biceps brachii muscle like heart and pericardium meridian. 2. On the part of kidney meridian in 'poems of prograde', it's right to be corrected as the circulating line that thru the inner line of vertebrae, enters heart and lung, and scattered tho breast. 3. 'Poems of prograde' can be separated two kinds go by starting-acupoints, ending- acupoints. First is 'poems of prograde' is begun from the end of members and ended in the body. Second is from Jungbu(中府) to Kimun(期門), circulating the members and the body with no ending. 4. On the above, we can find first 'poems of prograde' in "Chimkudaejeon(鍼灸大全)", "YangKyungjechimkujeonso(楊敬齋鍼灸全書)", "Chimkudaeseong(鍼灸大成)", also second can be found in "Neungmunjeonsudonginjihyul(凌門傳授銅人指穴)", "Chimkushinso(鍼灸神書)", "Kumchimbijeon(金針秘傳)", "Kyungrakhoepyun(經絡匯編), "Kyungrakko(經絡考)", "Jungsohoechamdongindosol(重西匯參銅人圖說)", "Kyungrakdoko(經脈圖考)", "ChimkuChuiyoung(針灸聚英)", "Shipsakyoungbalhwee(十四經發揮)", "Jakushimbopyokyul(刺灸心法要訣)", "Yukyoungdoik(類經圖翼)", "Yihakimmun(醫學入門)", etc. 5. Drawing an inference from above, the forms of "Jokbishibilmaek(足臂十一脈)" and "YumYangshibilmaek(陰陽十一脈)" are in "Mawangtoebaekso(馬王堆帛書)", are rather foreforms of circulation line that from the end of members and ended in the body than meridian prograde.
The Research of Wang HaoGu's Eum Syndrom Theory
Cho, Byung-Il ; Kim, Yong-Jin ;
Journal of Korean Medical classics, volume 20, issue 2, 2007, Pages 125~135
Eum Syndrom include symptoms which is because by the cold thingsand by the infection of SamEum of TaeEum, SoEum, GualEum in Treatise On Exogenous Febrile Diseases(傷寒論). After Wang HoGo, many medical people had proceed the research of Eum Syndrom, but recently, we have almost never or no nothing research about that. So, I want to make modern base of Eum syndrom, and researched mainly for the "YinZhengLueLi". That can be summarized like below. Eum Syndrom shows firstly red face, tremor, waist-and-leg heaviness, lastly body heaviness, fatigue, narcolepsy, congestion of the pupils because of from exogenous attack of wind-cold, impairment of spleen due to Cold things, and dew and mist and rain and damp's invation by mouth and nose, greedy of sexual desire, So, in the diagnosis of Eum Syndrom, we have to look over precisely the color and pulse, especially, by pulse. We can know that, he used the prescription which are have heating kidney function, Byuklyuksan, Jungyangsan, Huahamsan, Huiyangdan, Baneumdan etc, and the prescription which are have strengthening spleen and kidney, Bujasan, Yukgyesan, Bakchulsan etc. So, we can know that he was very interested in deficiency and cold of kidney's function. While, he newly made the prescriptions of Sinchultang, Bakchultang, Huanggitang, Jujunghuan, and he used various prescriptions.
Study on the origin and theoretical foundation of I Dong-won(李東垣)'s pulse diagnosis distinguishing internal and external injuries(內外傷辨脈法)
Jang, Woo-Chang ;
Journal of Korean Medical classics, volume 20, issue 2, 2007, Pages 137~145
Pulse diagnosis that distinguishes internal injury from external injury by comparing the left and right of the chon pulse was formed in the process of Naegyoung's pulsation theory of ST9 and LU9 being assimilated into diagnostic method by taking chon pulse. The founder of school of internal injury, I Dong-won, expanded the horizon for this method to be widely used in clinical practice by especially explaining the specific application and theoretical background. According to him, pulse at ST9 which means chon pulse at the left hand, is bigger than the chon pulse at the right hand, it reflects external injury. Bigger "entrance pulse", a chon pulse at the right hand means internal injury. The reason is the left side of the body is a path for Yanggi so it controls the exterior part and the right side of the body is a path for Eumgi to descend so it controls the interior part. Internal injury develops as the spleen and stomach get injured. If the spleen and stomach is damaged essence derived from food cannot ascend to the stomach and will flow back to the lower part. As a result, fire of Eum type formed at the lower part will shoot up to the upper part and manifests external injury-like exterior syndromes. In this case, evidence distinguishing between internal and external injury is the fact that right hand pulse is bigger than the left hand. The important reason for distinguishing between internal and external injury is because when treating external injury caused by excess syndrome, pathogenic Gi should be dispelled. However, treating internal injury cased by deficiency syndrome, requires promoting the primordial Gi.
A Study on Zhu dan Xi's "Theory on the Sufficiency of Yang and the Deficiency of Yin"
Yang, Kwang-Yeol ; Jeong, Chang-Hyun ;
Journal of Korean Medical classics, volume 20, issue 2, 2007, Pages 147~174
"Theory on the Sufficiency of Yang and the Deficiency of Yin(陽有餘陰不足論)" mainly instituted as follows: The 'Yang Qi(陽氣)' of the heaven(天) has changed to 'Qi(氣)', and the 'Yin Qi(陰氣)' of the earth(地) has changed to 'Xue(血)', 'Qi(氣)' is always sufficient and 'Xue(血)' is always deficient. 'The Always Sufficient Qi(氣常有餘)' means 'the fire always exists(常有火)', and 'the fire(火)' is 'the premier fire(相火)'. 'The premier fire(相火)' is always in men's body and causes 'activities(動)' which is the core characteristic in men's life, and in other side it always has opportunities to be made symptoms by 'the abnormal activities of the premier fire(相火妄動)'. In 'the always deficient Xue(血常不足)' , 'Xue(血)' is the 'Yin Qi(陰氣)' of liver and kidneys[肝腎] which is attached by 'the premier fire(相火)', as it means 'Xue(血)' and 'Jing(精)'. He suggested that 'the premier fire(相火)' is the power of human life, but if 'the premier fire(相火)' is not based on 'Yin Qi(陰氣)', it can not fulfill its function. So he thought that the maintenance and fulfillment of 'Yin Qi(陰氣)' is very important. In conclusion, "Theory on the Sufficiency of Yang and the Deficiency of Yin(陽有餘陰不足論)" explains the basic character of men's life which 'Dong Duo Jing Shao(動多靜少)', so 'the premier fire(相火)' which control 'the activities(動)' is always being and 'Jing Xue(精血)' which control 'Jing(靜)' is always scare.
Studies on the method and the theory of moxibustion in "BianQueXinShu(扁鵲心書) (vol. I)"
Kim, Hyun-Dong ; Lee, Yong-Bum ;
Journal of Korean Medical classics, volume 20, issue 2, 2007, Pages 175~193
A theory of the school which attach great importance to moxibustion therapy was more developed from 'Ge Hong(葛洪)', 'Wang Tao(王燾)' up to "BianQueXinShu(扁鵲心書)" of 'Dou Cai(竇材)' in Song Dynasty. The first volume of "BianQueXinShu" was described about the principles of health preserving method, diagnosis, treatment related with meridian system, support Yang theory, moxibustion therapy over the 10 chapters and in the continued 3 chapters, explained the symptoms and related moxibustion therapies. The summary is as follows. The Yang energy is the essence of the human body and it is minutely explained in "Hwangdineijing(黃帝內經)". However, the younger scholars after 'Zhang Zhongjing(張仲景)' held different views with "Hwangdineijing" so they didn't control serious diseases. Supporting the Yang energy, it will be possible to human body in good health and long life and perennial youth and longevity. To do like this, the first important thing is a moxibustion, the second is a Taoist hermit medication(丹藥) and the third is well usage of Radix Aconiti Lateralis Preparata. According to the sequence of Yang energy deficiency, the stages of diseases are classified as Ordinary Gi(平氣), Latter deficient state(微虛), The more deficient state(甚虛), Exhausting state(將脫), Exhausted state(已脫) and in the consideration of each stage, it is used gradually with warm-natured berbs, warm-acrid herbs, warm-heated herbs and moxibustion therapy. If it comes to the stage of Exhausted state, the Yang energy is too weak to treat a disease. Therefore it is easy to harm human body with usage the treatment of the Purgationist school theory or the Cold and cool medical school theory, so it is needed a great attention to use these therapies. To summarized the keynote of 'Du Jae''s moxibustion therapy, the one is a minority of selection of points(1
2 acupuncture points), the second is a majority of moxibustion units(50
500 units), and the other is a focused selection of points on spleen and kidney(especially Gwanwon, CC4). And in this book, it was explained concretely about the size of moxibustion, according to the experiment with mentioned size, the burning time of moxibustion was almost 4 min 40 sec, so the big size moxibustion was one of the characteristic of moxibustion therapy revealed in this book. Also it was used 'Suseongsan(睡聖散)' - a kind of analgesic herb complexes - to reduce a pain during the usage of moxibustion therapy in this book. To develop the moxibustion theory, it is more investigated in the future that there wasn't significant relation between Gwanwon(CC4) and spleen and kidney meridian in theory, compared to many used Gwanwon(CC4) in the prescription, where as mentioned the importance of spleen and kidney in treatment, that considering the burning time(1 unit - 4 min 40 sec, 12 units an hour, maximum 288 units a day) there were no guidances about meals, sleeping, stool and urine, and that there was no concrete study about the toxicity of 'Suseongsan' as analgesic moxibustion therapy.
The Core of Five Viscera Theory Created by Lee, Je-Ma
Bang, Jung-Kyun ;
Journal of Korean Medical classics, volume 20, issue 2, 2007, Pages 195~200
Lee Je-Ma's theory claimed Xin(心) as Qi(氣). But he also described Xin as Taiji(太極) in the center as if Xin combines LI(理) and Qi. Taiji is meant to be a residence of the body, but it does not mean that Xin equals Li. The relations between Xin and the remaining four viscera are similar to the relations between RenXin(人心) and DaeXin(道心) and Zhuzi's(朱子) theory in many respects. If the theory that Xin equals Daoxan and FeiPiGanShen(肺脾肝腎) equals RenXin is acceptable, the vertical relations between Xin and FeiPiGanShen can be explained. That is, Xin is explained as the controller of the body, and FeiPiGanShen acts as a subordinate serving Xin. In other words, the relations associated with Xin can explain physiological states of the body. When the Xin does not function normally, FeiPiGanShen cannot perform its roles and will have a negative impact on physiological functions of the body.
A Study of the History of Medical Administration in Ming(明) Dynasty
Kim, Ki-Wook ; Park, Hyun-Kuk ; Kim, Jeong-Ho ;
Journal of Korean Medical classics, volume 20, issue 2, 2007, Pages 201~230
Basic summary of the medical administration : First of all Ming dynasty was at its last stage of dynastic era that the politics reached absolute autocracy. The influence of centralized power lead to systematical medical administration management system that was generally formed around Tai Yi Yuan(太醫院). Criticizing treatments via shamanism with supernatural powers and advent of strengthening medical concepts were steps toward a new phase. Medical education in regional areas showed drastic development and preventative medicine on epidemics as well as relief work succeeded to a certain amount. Overall Ming(明) dynasty has somewhat of a growth in some areas keeping the basics of Tang(唐) Song(宋) and Yuan(元)'s medical administration, however basically, unique contribution was not shown much. But on the other hand, measures such as common medical system, reserving incompetent doctors, positioning medical officers by the amount of contributions, paying salary with medicine instead of currency brought losses on medical development.
일본 '고방파(古方派)' 의학에 관한 연구
Park, Hyeon-Guk ; Kim, Gi-Uk ; Jeong, Gyeong-Ho ;
Journal of Korean Medical classics, volume 20, issue 2, 2007, Pages 231~268
두한경(竇漢卿)의 "침경지남(鍼經指南) 표유부(標幽賦)"에 관한 연구(硏究)
Yu, Ho-Gyun ; Kim, Yong-Jin ;
Journal of Korean Medical classics, volume 20, issue 2, 2007, Pages 269~288
A Study on Sun Yi-Kui(孫一奎)'s "Fire.heat-disease-mechanism(火熱病機)" Theory
Kim, Yong-Joo ; Baik, You-Sang ; Jeong, Chang-Hyun ;
Journal of Korean Medical classics, volume 20, issue 2, 2007, Pages 289~313
Many of newly emerging diseases such as hypertension, stroke, diabetes, obesity, and atoptic dermatities are categorized into "Fire heat-disease(火熱病)" according to oriental medicine. It is because factors such as stress, overeating, and high fat diet are major causes of heat in the human body. Sun Yi-Kui(孫一奎), a well-known oriental medical doctor during Ming Dynasty's "Jia Jing Wan Li Nian Jian"(嘉靖萬歷年間 : A.D
), established new theories on "Fire heat-disease-mechanism(火熱病機)". This study aims to investigate Dr. Sun's "Fire heat-disease-mechanism(火熱病機)"theory. For this purpose, I thoroughly examined the concepts of "Dong-Qj(動氣)", "Ming-Men(命門)", king fire(君火) and minister fire(相火) as well as pathological theory on "Fire heat(火熱)". In addition, I compared Sun's theory with those of Li Dong-yuan and Zhu dan-Xi.