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Volume 21, Issue 4 - Nov 2008
Volume 21, Issue 3 - Aug 2008
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The Medical Study on the Development of Pediatrics in Myeong(明) Dynasty
Park, Hyun-Kuk ; Kim, Ki-Wook ; Yi, Yeong-Seok ;
Journal of Korean Medical classics, volume 21, issue 3, 2008, Pages 1~25
Myeong(明) Dynasty Period put together clinically various medical theory in Song(宋) Dynasty and Geum-Won(金元) age, organized medical system. They have been developed in theory, which thought of Byeonjeungronchi(辨證論治) more important, and clinical part which included diagnosis, therapy, prevention. In that age reactional medical thought was in fashion because of affect of Ihak(理學), therefore pediatrics have been affected from them. Especially, looking at the symptom of Byeonjeungronchi doctors, Manjeon(萬全), Nobaeksa(魯伯嗣), Wangdaeryun(王大綸), Wanggeungdang(王肯堂), Nuyeong(樓英) had succeed to Jeoneul(錢乙)' the five viscera Byeonjeung(辨證) system. Manjeon advocated Samyuyeosabujokron(三有餘四不足論) about Jangbu(臟腑) and organized the curative principle about Ojangheosil(五臟虛實). Gupyeong(寇平), commented on diagnosis of five viscera and classification of disease of five viscera. Wangdaeryun in the close of Myeong Dynasty Age explained main pulse, pulse of illness in detail according to weakness or strength of five viscera, pathological or physiological features of five viscera and Saenggeuk(生克) relation of Ohaeng(五行) in the book of "Yeongdongryuchwe(嬰童類萃)". Wanggeungdang and Nuyeong had organized system of argument which classified disease as a result of symptom of five viscera. "Yugwajeungchijunseung(幼科證治準繩)" and "Uihakgangmok(醫學綱目) Soabu(小兒部)" had been written by this principle. Nobaeksa had arranged the principle of cure about five viscera and explained method of common use about each organ's disease. Besides, Seolgi(薛己), Janggyeong-ak(張景岳), insisted about Myeongmun(命門) because he thought of Bisin(脾腎) of children and vigor by nature importance. Seolgi had applied and used very well Bojung-ikgitang(補中益氣湯) based on Idongwon(李東垣)'s Biwiseol(脾胃說) and controled and helped spleen and stomach. At the same time, he took a serious view about supplementing children's Sin-gi(腎氣) according to so many spleen and stomach disease was fallen because they couldn't make warm the spirit of Jungju(中州), result of weakening Hwa(火) of Myeongmun. Also Janggyeong-ak took a serious view strengthen of Bisin, so he assorted and used Insam(人蔘) and Buja(附子) to supplement children's weaken energy in kidney Jeonggi(精氣).
"유문사친(儒門事親)"의 '하법(下法)'에 관한 연구
Kim, Ki-Wook ; Park, Hyun-Kook ; Kim, Yong-Ju ;
Journal of Korean Medical classics, volume 21, issue 3, 2008, Pages 27~36
돈황권자(敦煌卷子) "일명구방(佚名灸方)"고(考) - 돈황에서 출토된 "일명구방"에 대한 고찰
Journal of Korean Medical classics, volume 21, issue 3, 2008, Pages 37~42
A Study on the Writings of Wanghogo(王好古)
Kim, Yong-Jin ;
Journal of Korean Medical classics, volume 21, issue 3, 2008, Pages 43~58
Wanghogo(王好古) is a prominent doctor in Geum-Won(金元) Dynasty. He is also the inheritor of Jangwonso(張元素) and Igo(李杲) in study, and studied "Hwangjenaegyeong(黃帝內經)", "Sanghallon(傷寒論)". So, he contributed to a later age. Although we have some researches of Wanghogo, but the researches in his books are insufficient as yet. More, the publication year of his books have some different views, so I tried to study this. By this study, We can understand that Wanghogo published "Uiruwonyung(醫壘元戎)" which is for exogenous febrile disease and miscellaneous diseases in general plan of twelve meridians in 1297, "Eumjeung-yangnye(陰證略例)" which is for harm and diagnosis and treatment of Eum syndromes of exogenous febrile disease in 1303, and "Tang-aekboncho(湯液本草)" which is for property and flavor and meridian tropism of Herb and five kind of flavor's tonification and reduction, the meaning of prescription, care of health by food, "Chasananji(此事難知)" which is for meridian, Jangbu(臟腑), pathology, pathogen, clinical distinction, medical care in 1308.
A Study on the Reinforcement Method for Reducing Severe Fever
Yang, Kwang-Yeol ;
Journal of Korean Medical classics, volume 21, issue 3, 2008, Pages 59~68
The reinforcement method for reducing fever prescribe sweet and warm drugs for reinforcing the middle heater and raising Yang(陽) and sweet and cold drugs for purging the pathogenic fire. Bojung-ikgitang(補中益氣湯) is representative prescription based on the reinforcement method for reducing fever. Therefore it is ought to be regarded as prescription for syndromes to show the impairment of Gi(氣), blood, fluids, and humors for pathogenic fire.
A Study on the Academic Background of Gwae(卦氣) Theory of Yiology in Han(漢) Dynasty
Eun, Seok-Min ;
Journal of Korean Medical classics, volume 21, issue 3, 2008, Pages 69~81
Gwae(卦氣) theory was one of the main theoretical foundation of yiology in the Han(漢)-dynasty. It was based on the concept that the trigram or hexagram of the book of change corresponds to the seasonal point such as 24 solar terms in one year, so there was so much influence from astronomy and divination system of that time in the development of theoretical principle of Gwae(卦氣) theory. Since Han(漢) Dynasty, the theoretical method such as Gwae(卦氣) theory that correlates the astronomy and divination system with the book of change, had become one of the main academic thoughts throughout the entire history in China, and it was also like that in medicine. Nevertheless there still exists the skeptical sights that Gwae(卦氣) theory was not a part of orthodox yiology, that had been developed by Confucian scholar and had also been recognized as the right path to the study of the book of change. Nowadays because of the new opportunity such as the excavation of the ancient silk script, this kind of controversy has moved on its another step. With regard to this problem, this article will treat the current thoughts about the Gwae(卦氣) theory and think about the substantial basis of each point of view.
A Study on Medical Thougt of "Somun(素問).Eumyang-ihamnon(陰陽離合論)"
Jang, Woo-Chang ;
Journal of Korean Medical classics, volume 21, issue 3, 2008, Pages 83~90
"Eumyang-ihamnon(陰陽離合論)", from aspects of the Samjae theory[三才論], presents the unique insight for understanding dynamics of three Eum and three Yang[三陰三陽] throughout human body in fundamental level, defining purpose and essence of three Eum and three Yang motion. Furthermore, it indicates Bunbu(分部) of three Eum and three Yang, utilizing principles of Yukhap(六合), which serves as logical basis of three Eum and three Yang Byeonjeung(辨證). With theoretical meaning and practical values of "Eumyang-ihamnon(陰陽離合論)", this study investigates significance of three Eum and three Yang-Ihap-Motion in terms of the Samjae theory[三才論] and clinical uses of the three Eum and three Yang Bunbu theory[三陰三陽分部論].
A Study on Relation between So-eumin(少陰人) and Inseong(仁性)
Baik, You-Sang ; Jang, Woo-Chang ;
Journal of Korean Medical classics, volume 21, issue 3, 2008, Pages 91~102
The most important part of understanding properties of Sasang-in(四象人) is analysis of human characters. In spite of that aspect, there are not enough explanations of human characters like natural virtues, for example Inseong(仁性), in Ijema(李濟馬)'s writings. In this examination we mainly investigated particular relationship between So-eumin(少陰人) and Inseong(仁性). But revelation and practice of Inseong(仁性) are not only belonged to So-eumin(少陰人), also applied to all people of Sasang-in(四象人). Specially for the purpose of recognizing human characters, Ijema(李濟馬) assigned virtues that is to say Inuiyeji(仁義禮智), to each persons of Sasang-in(四象人). We have explained which properties of such Sasang-in(四象人), not limited to So-eumin(少陰人), is concerned with natural virtue In(仁), actually that explanations are more concentrated to relation between Taeyang-in(太陽人) and Inseong(仁性).
A Study on O-eum(五音) and Oseong(五聲) in "Hwangjenaegyeong(黃帝內經)" and "Akhakgwebeom(樂學軌範)"
Baik, You-Sang ; Jang, Woo-Chang ;
Journal of Korean Medical classics, volume 21, issue 3, 2008, Pages 103~117
At first, we explained concepts of Oseong(五聲) in "Akhakgwebeom(樂學軌範)" and then compared them with O-eum(五音) in "Hwangjenaegyeong(黃帝內經)". In that progress we can have recognized the commonness and differences between two texts, and became familiar with ideas of sounds in minds of ancients. That ideas are concerned with true nature of human and cosmos. Based on that ideas, we could return to stasis of mutual understanding with each other, it means a condition of harmony. For that purpose we must understand detail meanings of O-eum(五音) and Oseong(五聲), and this analysis lead clinical music therapy to do an important thing as methodology of treating human body and minds. The ideas of O-eum(五音) in "Akhakgwebeom(樂學軌範)" are not exactly corresponded to vocalization of Hunminjeongeum(訓民正音) that is Korean characters, and Oseong(五聲) in "Hwangjenaegyeong(黃帝內經)". But this dissonancy is a problem of methodology, on the contrary, there are many common concepts and possibilities of application to practical uses between them.
A Study on Pulse Condition of Sameumsamyang(三陰三陽) in "Hwangjenaegyeong(黃帝內經)"
Baik, You-Sang ;
Journal of Korean Medical classics, volume 21, issue 3, 2008, Pages 119~125
Among the various pulse diagnosis contents in "Hwangjenaegyeong(黃帝內經)", we researched the pulse conditions that are belonged to Sameumsamyang(三陰三陽), and made a comparative study with pulse conditions of five organs[五臟], that of six meridians in "Sanghallon(傷寒論)". So from now on, this study would make help to understand standard pulse condition of Sameumsamyang(三陰三陽) diseases for clinical application. In "Hwangjenaegyeong(黃帝內經)", pulse condition of Taeyang(太陽) is expressed to be floating, Yangmyeong(陽明)'s condition to be strong but with a little bit weakness, Soyang(少陽)'s condition to be intermediate between Eum(陰) and Yang(陽), Taeeum(太陰)'s condition to be low and soft, So-eum(少陰)'s condition to be low and weak with some occasional upward tendency, Gweoleum(厥陰)'s condition to be mixed state of Eum and Yang.
A Study on Upper 10 Medical Records in "Chimgudaeseong(鍼灸大成)"
Kwon, Oh-Hyeok ; Jun, Jo-Hak ; Kim, Ho-Hyun ;
Journal of Korean Medical classics, volume 21, issue 3, 2008, Pages 127~145
We have known that "Chimgudaeseong(鍼灸大成)" had been written by Yanggyeju(楊繼洲) in Myeong(明) Dynasty. And it had been the only text book of acupuncture & moxibustion for 300 years. This book is composed of 10 chapters dealing almost all the medical theories of that times. This book is so enormous that it is hard to understand essential ideas of author. The reading medical records is one of the best way to develop one's abilities of curing a disease without clinical practice. so we can't help dealing with medical records, because it is one of important method of understanding Oriental Medicine. On this study, we investigate a objective method on understanding medical records in "Chimgudaeseong(鍼灸大成)"
A Analysis of Seopcheonsa(葉天士)'s Stomach-Eum[胃陰] Theory and Dangjonghae(唐宗海)'s Spleen-Eum[脾陰] Theory
Chough, Won-Joon ;
Journal of Korean Medical classics, volume 21, issue 3, 2008, Pages 147~155
Seopcheonsa(葉天士) regarded the cause of Stomach-Eum[胃陰] deficiency as the lack of fluid and humor induced the heat by Eum(陰, yin) deficiency constitution, external pathogen, overexertion and fatigue, misused medication etc. He said that the symptoms of Stomach-Eum deficiency was related to indigestion of food and that it induced the short supply of nutrition for the whole body and the symptoms by disabled Earth[土]-engenders-Metal[金]. He presented the treatment of clearing Stomach-Fire[胃熱] and nourishing Stomach-Eum[胃陰], and used Geumgwemaekmundongtang(金匱麥門冬湯). And he emphasized Stomach-Eum to supplement existing Spleen-Yang[脾陽] centered treatment. Dangjonghae(唐宗海) regarded Spleen-Eum[脾陰] as these, first, it was fluid and humor such as digestive enzyme. Secondly, it was nutritive substance itself. Finally, it contained plaster-oil and blood-agglutination which formed flesh with nutritive substance. Seopcheonsa and Dangjonghae both thought that fluid and humor was necessary to digest food. However, Dangjonghae's Spleen-Eum[脾陰] included nutritive substance as the result of digestion. So we can say that Dangjonghae integrated Spleen-Eum with Stomach-Eum and Spleen-nutrient.
일본(日本)의 영부독소암(永富獨嘯庵)에 관한 소고(小考) -관여일본적영부독소암소고(關與日本的永富獨嘯庵小考)
Journal of Korean Medical classics, volume 21, issue 3, 2008, Pages 157~164
A Comparative study on Sinhyeongjangbudo(身形藏府圖) - By the Standard of Sinhyeongjangbudo(身形藏府圖) in "Donguibogam(東醫寶鑑)"
Sung, Min-Gyu ; Jeong, Chang-Hyun ;
Journal of Korean Medical classics, volume 21, issue 3, 2008, Pages 165~175
"Donguibogam(東醫寶鑑)" is published in 1613 in Joseon(朝鮮) Dynasty, and reprinted many times in Korea, China and Japan. After publication of Donguibogam, Donguibogam became a base of Korean Medical development. Until now, Korean Oriental medical doctors make the most use of Donguibogam in clinical medicine. Donguibogam Sinhyeongjangbudo(身形藏府圖) represents Heojun(許浚)'s medical view, but there were not enough research about it. In oriental medical development, Taoism and Medicine interact each other and develop into higher grade. We searched Taoistic human body figures and medical ones which appeared before Donguibogam. We compared Donguibogam Sinhyeongjangbudo(身形藏府圖) with other figures and revealed the special features of it. Donguibogam Sinhyeongjangbudo is one of medical human body figures, but it has Taoistic features. Heojun(許浚) located Sinhyeongjangbudo at the opening of Donguibogam, and represented his medical point of view. Heojun laid emphasis on Taoistic training more than medical care in Donguibogam, and this thought is expressed in introduction of Donguibogam. Donguibogam Sinhyeongjangbudo shows Heojun(許浚)'s exact view.
A Study on the Ohguktong(吳鞠通)'s Upper Burner[上焦] in "The Sections of Warm Disease(溫病條辨)"
Kim, Young-Doo ; Shin, Seung-Yuel ; Cho, Kyung-Jong ; Lee, Seok-Jae ; Keum, Kyung-Soo ; Lee, Si-Hyeong ;
Journal of Korean Medical classics, volume 21, issue 3, 2008, Pages 177~258
An Epidemic disease is regarded as warm disease by Korean Medicine. Warm disease is highly contagious and shows an unfavorable condition, and that is characteristic of being widely prevalent. Warm disease study cope with this epidemic disease opportunely. In the Myeong[明] and Cheong[淸] Dynasty, warm disease study got into the region of Korean medicine of today and "The Sections of Warm Disease(溫病條辨)" contributed to the cause of the study was really great. "The Sections of Warm Disease" written by Ohguktong(吳鞠通) in the Cheong Dynasty are divided into the three sections of Upper burner[上焦], Middle burner[中焦] and Lower burner[下焦]. Ohguktong, dealing with the contents of Defense-aspect[衛分], Gi-aspect[氣分], Construction-aspect[營分], Blood-aspect[血分], and so forth in all "Sections of Warm Disease", made use of Seopcheonsa(葉天士)'s Defense Gi[衛氣], Construction, and Blood pattern identification with Triple burner[三焦] pattern identification and six channel pattern identification. And he, having a correct understanding of the nature of medicine, suggested in detail that the directions of medicine and described the processing according to method and the method to take medicine. To conclude, Ohguktong(吳鞠通) Tong in "The Sections of Warm Disease" not only formulated the system of the practical theory of warm disease but also solidified the foundation covering warm disease and its treatment as well, He established the new method of treatment and formula related to warm disease and made a definite distinction between cold damage[傷寒] and warm disease[溫病].
화생토(火生土)의 개념(槪念)에서 본 심(心)과 소화(消化)의 상호관계(相互關係) 고찰(考察) -화생토지방면논술이심여소화지호상관계상토론(火生土之方面論述而心與消化之互相關係上討論)
Yoo, Hee-Jung ; Yoon, Chang-Yeul ;
Journal of Korean Medical classics, volume 21, issue 3, 2008, Pages 259~271
"본초강목(本草綱目)"에 나타난 "신농본초경(神農本草經)"과 남북조(南北朝) 이전(以前)의 본초서(本草書)에 대한 연구(硏究) - 반영(反映)"본초강목(本草綱目)"상(上), "신농본초경(神農本草經)"급(及) 남북조이전적(南北朝以前的) 본초서(本草書) 연구(硏究)
O, Chang-Yeong ; Yun, Chang-Yeol ;
Journal of Korean Medical classics, volume 21, issue 3, 2008, Pages 273~283
Translational Study on the Prescriptions of Elevating Yanggi[升陽] in the Book Ⅱ of "The Golden Mirror of Medicine.The Elimination & Supplement about Famous Prescription Comments(醫宗金鑑.刪補名醫方論)" - Focused on translation and comparative discussion about "The Famous Prescription Comments on Ancient and Modern Times(古今名醫方論)"
Lee, Nam-Gu ; Kim, Seung-Hwan ; Lee, Yong-Bum ;
Journal of Korean Medical classics, volume 21, issue 3, 2008, Pages 285~296
"The Golden Mirror of Medicine(醫宗金鑑)" is a very famous medical book. It was compiled by the medical officers of the Cheong(淸, Qing) Dynasty, especially headed by Ogyeom(吳謙, Wuqian). "The Elimination ＆amp; Supplement about the Famous Prescription Comments(刪補名醫方論)"that forms one part of "The Golden Mirror of Medicine(醫宗金鑑)", is a collection of famous notes about important prescriptions. Many parts of "The Elimination ＆amp; Supplement about the Famous Prescription Comments(刪補名醫方論)" were quoted from "The Famous Prescription Comments on Ancient and Modern Times(古今名醫方論)". The first part of the vol. Ⅱ of "The Elimination ＆amp; Supplement about the Famous Prescription Comments(刪補名醫方論)"mainly describes about the prescriptions of elevating Yanggi[升陽], which were invented by Igo(李杲, Ligao), a famous physician of the Geum(金, Jin) Dynasty. The treatments were five and three of them were quoted from "The Famous Prescription Comments on Ancient and Modern Times(古今名醫方論)". The basic rule of herbal combination of these prescriptions is a combination of herbs of strengthening-gi[補氣] and dispersing herbs[發散藥]. If the dispersing herbs[發散藥] is used with the herbs of strengthening-gi[補氣藥], they elevate Yanggi(陽氣) together.
Research clinical trends on Gigong(氣功, Qigong) in the Korean Journal
Han, Chang-Hyun ; Lee, Sang-Nam ; Kwon, Young-Kyu ; Ahn, Sang-Woo ; Choi, Sun-Mi ;
Journal of Korean Medical classics, volume 21, issue 3, 2008, Pages 297~306
Background : Gigong(氣功, Qigong) is one energy-healing intervention used to prevent and cure ailments and to improve health through regular practice. Although Gigong(氣功, Qigong) - neither itself nor its postulated mechanism of action - are within the paradigm of modern Western medical science, effects on the human body could be possible. Objectives : This study aims to review the bibliography, biological responses and therapeutic effects of Gigong. In the process, this review will grasp trends in this field of studies and will direct further researches into the right direction. Method : The computerized Korean databases were searched from their respective inceptions up to January 2008. The search terms used were 'Gi(氣, Qi)', 'Gigong(氣功, Qigong)', 'Doin(導引)', 'Training', 'Bioenergy', 'life nurturing' and random or Korean language terms related to Gigong. Several specialized journals were also manually searched for relevant articles. Result : Since the 1990's, Gigong papers in the Korean Literature is increased. Clinical research studies are among the most control design study. Research subjects are less patient than the general public. The most common treatment disease was Musculo-skeletal disorder Conclusions : The depth study for the each Gigong(氣功, Qigong) is needed. Specifically, I think it should be a clinical studies and qualitative research methods for evaluation are needed.
A Study on the Indications for Various Types of Physical Procedures and the Prognoses for Fevers in "Maekgyeong(脈經)" Vol.VII
Kwon, Mi-Ja ; Du, Ja-Sung ; Ahn, Jun-Mo ; Jeong, Heon-Young ; Keum, Kyung-Soo ; Park, Kyung ;
Journal of Korean Medical classics, volume 21, issue 3, 2008, Pages 307~355
This thesis make a study on the sixteen chapters from 9 to 24 of "Maekgyeong(脈經)" Vol.Ⅶ. In this volume indications for several curative procedures, especially physical procedures, prognoses for fevers and symptoms hard to cure such as Eumyanggyo(陰陽交) are reviewed by Wang(王). The physical procedures include acupuncture, moxibustion, hydrotherapy, thermotherapy etc. The contents mainly quoted from "Sanghallon(傷寒論)", "Geumgweyoryak(金匱要略)", "Yeongchu(靈樞)" and "Somun(素問)".