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Volume 21, Issue 4 - Nov 2008
Volume 21, Issue 3 - Aug 2008
Volume 21, Issue 2 - May 2008
Volume 21, Issue 1 - Feb 2008
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일본(日本) 한란절충(漢蘭折衷)의 화강청주(華岡靑洲)에 관한 소고(小考) -관여일본한란절충적화강청주소고(關與日本漢蘭折衷的華岡靑洲小考)
Journal of Korean Medical classics, volume 21, issue 4, 2008, Pages 1~11
A study on middle 10 medical records in "Chimgudaeseong(鍼灸大成)"
Kwon, Oh-Hyeok ; Jo, Hak-Jun ; Lee, Jae-Hyok ;
Journal of Korean Medical classics, volume 21, issue 4, 2008, Pages 13~28
We have known that "Chimgudaeseong(鍼灸大成)" had been written by Yanggyeju(楊繼洲) in Ming(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)".
촌구맥법(寸口脈法)의 촌관척(寸關尺) 장부배속(臟腑配屬)에 대한 연구(硏究) -관우촌구맥법촌관척장부배속적연구(关于寸口脉法寸关尺臟腑配属的硏究)
Jung, Chi-Wook ; Yoon, Chang-Yeol ;
Journal of Korean Medical classics, volume 21, issue 4, 2008, Pages 29~40
A Study about Characteristics of literature of acupuncture and moxibustion in "Dong-insuhyeolchimgudogyeong(銅人腧穴鍼灸圖經)"
Kim, Ki-Wook ; Park, Hyun-Guk ;
Journal of Korean Medical classics, volume 21, issue 4, 2008, Pages 41~60
The acupuncture and moxibustion documentary characteristics of the "Dong-insuhyeolchimgudogyeong(銅人腧穴鍼灸圖經)" can be summarized into 5 parts such as the following. 1. The Index of Books lists the author of "Dong-indogyeong" as 'Wang-yuil(王惟一)' in some and 'Wang-yudeok(王惟德)' in others. Of these 'Wang-yudeok' is the name in the printed book and 'Yuil(惟一)' was the name it was changed into in order to make it different from the emperor Jinjong(眞宗) of the Song dynasty. Also, the sequence differs greatly among the original editions and sometimes even conflicts within itself, which makes very likely the possibility that the author of this book is not just one person, and that Wangyuil is just the main editor or screener. 2. The original printed edition of the Song(宋) dynasty has 3 volumes and the Cheonsoeng Seokgak(天聖 石刻) of the Song dynasty also has 3 volumes, but 'Hyeolsudosu(穴腧都數)', 'Sumyeongdanggyeolsik(修明堂訣式)', and 'Pichimgugyeol(避鍼灸訣)' were added to the 3rd volume. Of these three 'Pichimgugyeol(避鍼灸訣)' explains the 'Chimgupigijido(鍼灸避忌之圖)' of the 2nd volume in writing, 'Sumyeongdanggyeolsik(修明堂訣式)' explains the three human drawings from the front, side and lying down views in writing and was used to make bronze figures. 'Hyeolsudosu(穴腧都數)' was possibly used to draw acupuncture points when making bronze figures. During the Daejeong(大定) era of the Keum(金) dynasty Jinssi(陳氏) from the Pyeongsuseobang(平水書坊) revised this book and carved it into 5 volumes, and of those the 1st and 2nd volumes have characters that are very different from those of the rubbed copy of the stone carvings[石刻 拓本] from the Myeong(明) dynasty, which shows that it was taken from another book and not from the original text. The 3rd volume has added content from the stone carvings about accupuncture and moxibustion contraindication(鍼灸禁忌). During the Myeong dynasty the 3 volumes of the "Dong-indogyeong(銅人圖經)" were carved on wood based on the Jungtong Sukgan(正統 石刻), and there were many reprints with the contents that are almost all the same, but the order of the original edition were not all the same. When analyzed from many angles, the original printed copy was carved after the Jungtong(正統) of the Myung dynasty. 3. The content on transport points[輸血] in "Dong-indogyeong(銅人圖經)" comes mostly from books like "Oedae(外臺)" 'Myeongdang(明堂)', "Taepyeongseonghyebang(太平聖惠方)" 'Chimgyeong(鍼經)', "Yeongchugyeong(靈樞經)", Wangbing(王冰)'s annotation of "Somun(素問)", "Cheon-geumyobang(千金要方)" 'Chimgu(鍼灸)', and does not have much new content added by Wang-yuil(王惟一). However when Wang quotes past documents, little is summarized, some are edited and most do not have their origin indicated(the titles of other books quoted in the book are to give some supplementary explanation or are copied from another book). 4. There are many mistakes Wangyuil made in using documents and doing historical research and they can be seen in two fields. One is that he did not fix the errors of past documents, and the other is that he did not know the sequence of past documents or did not understand the meaning of the text. 5. The content Wangyuil newly added can mostly be seen in the few annotations and aneo(按語) under the original 'Geumbu(今附)'('Sinbu(新附)'). In order to see Wang's scholarly ideas and achievements we must rely on this part and the meridian entry of the transport points[輸血歸經] in the first part of the book. However we must not give credit to Wang for work that was done by former generations.
A Study about Characteristics of literature of acupuncture and moxibustion in "Chimgujasaenggyeong(鍼灸資生經)"
Park, Hyun-Guk ; Kim, Ki-Wook ;
Journal of Korean Medical classics, volume 21, issue 4, 2008, Pages 61~74
The acupuncture and moxibustion documentary characteristics of "Chimgujasaenggyeong" can be summarized into 6 parts such as the follwing 1. "Chimgujasaenggyeong" was written at about 1180-1195 during the Southern Song period. It contains 7 volumes in all. The acupuncture points and their variations in volume 1 were all directly recorded from Wang-yuil(王維一)'s "Dong-insuhyeolchimgudogyeong(銅人腧穴鍼灸圖經)" and 11 points were added from volumes 99 and 100 of "Taepyeongseonghyebang(太平聖惠方)", bringing the total to 365 points, which was different from the 360 that the people knew. Volume 2 is the actual collection of theses on acupuncture and moxibustion by Wangjipjung(王執中) and shows his unique views on the basic problems of acupuncture and moxibustion such as selection of points[取穴], application of moxas[施灸], aftercare of moxibustion[灸後護理] and acupuncture and moxibustion contraindications[鍼灸禁忌]. Volumes 3
7 mostly divide the indications(主治) from "Dong-insuhyeolchimgudogyeong", "Taepyeongseonghyebang", "Cheon-geumyobang(千金要方)" by disease into chapters. 2. Of the remaining editions the 'Cheonryeok Guanggeunseodang Inbon(天曆 廣勤書堂 印本)' of the Won dynasty is the first, and the Jeongtong(正統) new edition is a reprint based on the Cheonryeok(天曆) edition, and the Jeongtong edition reprinted in the 9th year of Guanmun(寬文) of Japan has many missing and wrong characters compared to the original copy. 3. The big letters[大字] under the line in the current editions are all postscripts[按語] of Wangjipjung and the 5 verses quoted from other books that do not have their origin listed and have the qualities of rules for treatment in the first chapter of volume 3 'Heoson(虛損)' were put together by Wang. 4. In the annotations in small print of the current edition of "Jasaenggyeong" there are Wisegeol(衛世傑)'s added annotations in addition to Wangjipjung's original ones. 5. Some of the many medical books quoted by the "Jasaenggyeong" that are from before the Song dynasty have been lost completely and only can be seen here in this important text. 6. The quotations said to be from 'Myeongdanggyeong(明堂經)'(or 'Myeongdang(明堂)', 'Myeong(明)') in "Jasaenggyeong" are directly from volume 77 'Chimgyeong(鍼經)' and volume 100 'Myeongdang' of "Taepyeongseonghyebang" and not another book. The quotes from 'Myeongdang' in accupuncture and moxibustion books after the Song dynasty were directly or indirectly copied from "Jasaenggyeong"
On Estimation of the sentence "Two thirds of them died and seven out of ten died of cold damage"
Eom, Seok-Ki ; Kim, Se-Hyun ; Eo, Wan-Kyu ;
Journal of Korean Medical classics, volume 21, issue 4, 2008, Pages 75~83
Based on the sentence "The number of my family member and relatives reached around 200, but since the first year of Geonan(建安) era, two thirds of them died and seven out of ten died of cold damage in less than ten years" in Sanghanjapbyeongron(Treatise on Cold Damage and Miscellaneous Diseases), which is allegedly known to be written by Jangnunggyeong(張仲景), we analyzed the sentence by three factors of time, location and people. These factors are used in the investigation of the disease outbreak, and through this analysis, following conclusions were made. 1. Approximate 10 year crude mortality rate since A.D 196(the first yea of Geonan era) in Jangsa(長沙) province was 67 out of 100 in the population. Approximate 10 year disease-specific mortality rate of cold damage since A.D 196(the first yea of Geonan era) in Jangsa(長沙) province was 47 out of 100 in the population. Regardless of age, gender or other demographic variables, approximate 10 year proportionate mortality ratio since A.D 196(the first yea of Geonan era) in Jangsa province was 70.2%, which lead to the assumption that 70% of death is cold-damage related. 2. Increased disease-specific mortality rate by cold damage in Jangsa(長沙) province for about 10 years since A.D 196(the first yea of Geonan era), and followed increased crude mortality rate in the population, threatened the stability of nation or local government. This is due to the repeated war in late Han Dynasty with political chaos and repeated flood caused by geographical disadvantage in Jangsa province.
내병외치약물(內病外治藥物)의 효능에 관한 소고(小考) -관우내병외치약물지공효적소고(关于内病外治药物之功效的小考)
Lee, Suk-Jae ;
Journal of Korean Medical classics, volume 21, issue 4, 2008, Pages 85~96
"온병조변(溫病條辨).해아난(解兒難)"에 관한 연구 -관우(关于)"온병조변(溫病条辨).해인난(解儿难)"적연구(的硏究)
Lee, Suk-Jae ; Keum, Kyung-Soo ;
Journal of Korean Medical classics, volume 21, issue 4, 2008, Pages 97~132
A Study on the Methology of Oriental Medicine
Yoo, Byoung-Wan ; Jeong, Heon-Young ; Lee, Si-Hyeong ; Cho, Eun-Hui ; Keum, Kyeong-Soo ;
Journal of Korean Medical classics, volume 21, issue 4, 2008, Pages 133~159
Every field of studies form its theory through its universal method and own method based on respective views with its own culture and contributes to academic advancement with appropriate research methodology within theory. Therefore, If methology of oriental medicine is not include universal method and particularity method in research methology, it will not obtain scientific character and lose its logic. The methology of oriental medicine is classified by two approaches, universal methology of natural science which inspect the effect through experimentation on the fact, and particularity methology of human science which understand the effect through translation on the value(politics, economics, society, philosophy, history and culture). In this paper, the methodology of oriental medicine contains duality including both universality and particularity.
The history of oriental medicine at certain point of internal-external and Eumyang
Jeong, Chang-Hyun ;
Journal of Korean Medical classics, volume 21, issue 4, 2008, Pages 161~177
The oriental medicine is not static knowledge. Since the publication of "Hwangjenaegyeong(黃帝內經)", it has unceasingly changed and developed, that changes and developments ate the reflex of culture and civil progression, and they also are active acceptance of the time's demand. when we look back into the history of the Oriental medicine, angle of understanding disease can be classified into two concepts ; internal-external and Eumyang. Internal-external is whether we find the source of disease internal or external. Eumyang is deciding which is more important between yin-essence and yang-gi which are components of the essence-gi of body. This thesis view course of development of theory of the oriental medicine since publication of "Hwangjenaegyeong(黃帝內經)" at certain point of internal-external and Eumyang and with those as background, will inquire into sameness and difference between the Korean medicine and the Chinese medicine, and provide an advanced course for the oriental medicine.
A study on the Yu Chang's Medical Theory -focus on the Qiu zao lun and the Da qi lun-
Bang, Jung-Kyun ;
Journal of Korean Medical classics, volume 21, issue 4, 2008, Pages 179~191
Yuchang(喩昌), prominent doctor in the early days of Cheong Dynasty, argued in favor of Daegiron(大氣論) and Chujoron(秋燥論). He referred the concept of Daegi(大氣) to the initiatory force that maintains and perpetuates the vital activities of human body. The historical background of his argument can be related to the abuses of the doctrine of warming and tonifying. At that time, the practice of misusing warming and tonifying herbal medicines without deteriorations of a case was widespread among doctors. Dryness and heat disease mechanism was triggered from this malpractice. Subsequently Yuchang(喩昌) witnessed many cases of lung diseases resulting from dryness and heat. That's why he suggested relieving dryness of the lung as a treatment, further establishing Daegi(大氣) - which correlates with the lung - as the vital fundamentals. Yuchang(喩昌)'s argues that the autumn energy emanates after the Autumn Equinox and that is what Chujo(秋燥) signifies in Chujoron(秋燥論). He articulates that most of the autumn diseases can be attributed to fire and heat. This argument is distinguished from the one that attributes lung diseases to coldness, thus providing an important factor in deteriorating a lung disease.
종각가학설각도진행(从各家学说角度进行)"내경(内经)"적연구(的研究)"-각가학설(各家學說)의 측면에서 진행한 "내경(內經)"의 연구(研究)
Journal of Korean Medical classics, volume 21, issue 4, 2008, Pages 193~196
행우서옥장고권자본(杏雨書屋藏古卷子本)"태소(太素)"권이십일(卷二十一) 및 이십칠(二十七)의 번자(繁字) -杏雨書屋藏古卷子本"太素"卷二十一および二十七の翻字
Journal of Korean Medical classics, volume 21, issue 4, 2008, Pages 197~201
고십월력재(古十月历在)"내경(内经)"이론중적응용(理论中的应用) -옛날 십월력(十月曆)을 "내경(內經)" 이론(理論)에 응용(應用)함
Journal of Korean Medical classics, volume 21, issue 4, 2008, Pages 203~206
Ijema(李濟馬)'s Philosophy of Four Constitution and Paradigm of Life World[Body-Community]
Jeong, Bok-Cheol ;
Journal of Korean Medical classics, volume 21, issue 4, 2008, Pages 207~224
This study attempts to illuminate Ijema's philosophy of Four-Constitution as a new political theory of human beings as it has been regarded as the philosophy of Body-Politics and Life World[Body-Community], the notion of which was formulated quite uniquely according to the doctrine of Post-Juhi(朱子) in Joseon(朝鮮) dynasty. The philosophy of Four-Constitution was the result of succession of and reflection upon a long tradition; since the crisis aroused of Confucianism as a pragmatic science and a pure theory of science, after having collided with the science of the west, Ijema as a Confucian scholar and a oriental medicine struck upon and opened a new way to a discursive solution, the philosophy of Four-Constitution as Body Politics and Life World of New Paradigm by reconsidering the fundamental spirit and ideology of the doctrine of confucian tradition.
The Study of Invigorating the Spleen by Methodology of Oriental Medicine Music Therapy
Lee, Seung-Hyun ; Kim, Yeo-Jin ;
Journal of Korean Medical classics, volume 21, issue 4, 2008, Pages 225~232
The purpose of this study is to introduce the music therapy as one of the 17 kinds of oriental medicine music therapy and investigate the record in the literature. The spleen is an organ that has the function of digestion, absorption, and supply of nutrition. Damp, anxiety, and improper diet can cause deficiency syndrome of the spleen. The symptoms of deficiency of the spleen are poor appetite, abdominal distension, borborygmus, water-grain dysentery, dyspepsia, and lack of strength in limbs. CV12, CV6, S36, B20, B21, and Sp4 are can be used as acupuncture points that are a great help to the patients who suffer from deficiency of the spleen. This study describes the theory of invigorating the spleen music therapy that has a good possibility as a new method of oriental medical treatment and present the acupuncture points that can be used with invigorating the spleen music therapy. The tone of the spleen is Gung(宮) and the sound of the spleen is related to a song. The music therapy of invigorating the spleen includes beating Earth-Gi(地氣) rhythm with Cheonnyeonmanse, stimulating Spleen Meridian and Stomach Meridian with Gayaguem sanjo jungjungmori, and acupuncture with "Le Cygne" of Camille Saint-Saens.
"주역(周易)"원도여임독순배초탐(圆道与任督循环初探) -"주역(周易)"의 원도(圓道)와 임독맥(任督脈) 순환(循環)에 대한 소고(小考)
Journal of Korean Medical classics, volume 21, issue 4, 2008, Pages 233~236
"난경(難經)"난자탐원(難字探原) -이(以)'육십팔난(六十八難)'위예(爲例) -"난경(難經)"의 어려운 글자의 근원에 대한 연구 -'육십팔난(六十八難)'을 예로 들어-
Journal of Korean Medical classics, volume 21, issue 4, 2008, Pages 237~241
"내경(內經)", "난경(難經)"중영위기혈관염적탐토(中榮衛氣血觀念的探討)－이문자고석위핵심관점(以文字考釋為核心觀點) - "내경(內經)", "난경(難經)"에 나타난 영위기혈(營衛氣血) 관념에 대한 고찰 - 문자학적 해석을 중심으로
Journal of Korean Medical classics, volume 21, issue 4, 2008, Pages 243~247
The movement and transformation of the food and drink and its transpiration
Oh, Chae-Kun ; Yoon, Chang-Yeol ;
Journal of Korean Medical classics, volume 21, issue 4, 2008, Pages 249~260
Accroding to "Hwangjenaegyeong(黃帝內經)", when the food and drink[水穀] enter the mouth, they divided into two different things with solid food[食] and liquid food[飮], then transformed and absorbed into Jeong(精), Gi(氣), and Jinaek(津液) and spread to the entire body. The movement and transformation[運化] of the food and drink in the body can be distinctly described with the circulation of the Yeonggi(營氣) Wigi(衛氣) and metabolism of Jinaek. The leftover food[糟粕] which is not transformed into Jinaek, not delivered to the Jangbu(藏府) like Gan(肝), Shim(心), Bi(脾) and Pe(肺), brought to the Daejang(大腸) and transported through the baekmun(魄門). Or some of them are verified at the Hoejang(廻腸) and brought to the Banggwang(膀胱) through the Hacho(下焦) then transpired them outside the body. The distinguishing mark of the movement and transformation of the food and drink and its transpiration in the "Hwangjenaegyeong" is that the Sin(腎) of five jangs is exclude from the process of the movement and transformation and the process is explained with the fluid like Gi and Jinaek. From the "Nangyeong(難經)", developing of Myeongmun(命門) theory, the importance of the Sin in the delivering process of the food and drink is remarkably highlighted; however in the late period of Chosun dynasty(朝鮮), Seokgok Igyujun(石谷 李奎晙) denied the temporary theory of Myongmun and asserted the original interpretation recovery of "Hwangjenaegyeong".