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Journal of Korean Medical classics
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Volume 24, Issue 6 - Nov 2011
Volume 24, Issue 5 - Sep 2011
Volume 24, Issue 4 - Jul 2011
Volume 24, Issue 3 - May 2011
Volume 24, Issue 2 - Mar 2011
Volume 24, Issue 1 - Jan 2011
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对 "孫眞人千金方" 与 "備急千金要方" 之目次的比較硏究
Kim, Yong-Jin ;
Journal of Korean Medical classics, volume 24, issue 3, 2011, Pages 1~14
孫思邈的 "備急千金要方", 又名 "千金方", 被誉为中國最早的臨床百科全書. 近来, 在中國和日本发现了 "千金方" 的新版本, 如 "孫眞人千金方", "眞本千金方" 等, 并得到了簡略的硏究. 但是, 在国内对 "孫眞人千金方" 尚无所硏究, 所以笔者就 "孫眞人千金方" 和 "備急千金要方"的目次进行了比較, 对两本書籍的异同点进行了硏究. 結果发现, "備急千金要方" 较 "孫眞人千金方" 的內容, 从體例上看更为簡單与明瞭, 提示宋代校正醫書局所校訂的部分, 并非都是正确的.
Pulse diagnosis procedure before and after the acupuncture in Hwangjenaekyung
Bae, Seong-Cheol ; Shin, Seung-Hoon ; Kim, Ki-Wang ;
Journal of Korean Medical classics, volume 24, issue 3, 2011, Pages 15~25
The acupuncture procedures in Hwangjenaekyung (黃帝內經) was different to modern ones in many aspects. Especially, the role of pulse diagnosis in acupuncture was totally different and the pulse diagnosis was essential part in acupuncture therapy in Hwangjenaekyung era. We found four noteworthy features on the pulse diagnosis before and after acupuncture in Hwangjenaekyung : (1) Pulse diagnosis was a mandatory process in acupuncture (2) Doctors who used pulse diagnosis in 12 meridians (十二經脈遍診脈法), pulse diagnosis in 9 points of 3 body parts (三部九候脈法), and comparative pulse diagnosis between radial artery and carotid artery (人迎寸口對比脈法) followed the former rule ((1)). (3) The major pulse features to detect before and after acupuncture were conversion between the vacuous pulse (虛脈) and the replete pulse (實脈), and conversion between slippery pulse (滑脈) and rough pulse (澁脈). (4) Deukki (得氣, Deqi) was synonym of Kiji (氣至), and it referred to the changes of arterial pulse, not the sensation followed by acupuncture manipulation.
Extended indications of Four-Constitution Medicine formula using "Dongeuibogam" - The case of Bojungyikgi-tang -
Hong, Jin-Woo ; Lee, Myeong-Ryeol ; Lee, Byung-Wook ; Baek, Jin-Ung ;
Journal of Korean Medical classics, volume 24, issue 3, 2011, Pages 27~47
Donguisusebowon(東醫壽世保元) doesn't have pretty large quantity of contents, so indications of Four-Constitution Medicine formulas on that medical book are small. Therefore, indications of Four-Constitution Medicine formula need to be extended for broader clinical use of Four-Constitution Medicine. There would be some methods to do that, and we could review the literatures that Four-Constitution Medicine formulas are based on. We reviewed Bojungyikgi-tang on "Dongeuibogam(東醫寶鑑)", and we found that if the Four-Constitution Medicine formula is based on Sanghan formula(傷寒方) or non-classical formula(後世方), it is worth adding more indications of base formulas to those of Four-Constitution Medicine formula. For exmaple, Indications of Bojungyikgi-tang for So-Eum type could be extended by indications of non-classical formula(後世方) Bojungyikgi-tang and modified formula(加減方) Bojungyikgi-tang on Dongeuibogam, We supposed 23 indications of non-classical formula(後世方) Bojungyikgi-tang, and 20 indications of modified formula(加減方) Bojungyikgi-tang as possible indications of Bojungyikgi-tang for So-Eum type.
A Study on the Nature of medicinals in Rhymes of Medical books in Chosun dynasty
Oh, Chae-Kun ; Yoon, Chang-Yeol ;
Journal of Korean Medical classics, volume 24, issue 3, 2011, Pages 49~64
Objectives : This paper is written to identify the origin of the nature of medicinals in Rhymes(藥性歌) in Korean medical books and to analyze their creativity. Methods : We analysed the nature of medicinals in Rhymes contained Chinese and Korean medical books. Results : The Korean medical book New Edition on Universal Relife(濟衆新編), published by Chosun government, recorded the nature of medicinals in Rhymes Recovery from All Ailments(萬病回春) mostly untouched. It can be evaluated the early model of Chosun's nature of medicinals in Rhymes. New Edition on Universal Relife, Gains and Losses of Medical Orthodoxy(醫宗損益) added new rhymes using familiar herbs and vegetables got easily, most new rhymes founded medicinal part of Treasured Mirror of Eastern Medicine (東醫寶鑑). Conclusions : The nature of medicinals in Rhymes is an approach to simplify and improve access on herbal medicine, and is quoted in various forms throughout medical books of Chosun. The entitling it as 'scientific research of herbal medicine based on the nature of medicinals in Rhymes' can clearly be seen as description about superficial result, to persist the decadence of Chosun medicine.
Kim, Gyeong-Cheol ; Ryu, Gyeong-Ho ; Lee, Hae-Ung ; Kim, Jung-Han ; Kim, Hun ; Du, Seung-Hui ;
Journal of Korean Medical classics, volume 24, issue 3, 2011, Pages 65~70
A Review on Spleen Possesses Nutrient, Liver Possesses Blood and Kidney Possesses Essence
Song, Ji-Chung ; Keum, Kyung-Soo ; Eom, Dong-Myung ;
Journal of Korean Medical classics, volume 24, issue 3, 2011, Pages 71~74
Objective : Nutrient Qi, Blood Qi and Essencial Qi are the most significant qi in spleen, liver and kidney. However, the origins and functions of those qi are not quite detailed somehow. Method : I will try to find out the origins and functions of Nutrient Qi, Blood Qi and Essencial Qi through "Hwangdineijing". Result : The Nutrient Qi is the essence of spleen, Blood Qi is the essence of liver and Essencial Qi is the essence of kidney. Conclusion : The Nutrient Qi has function of nourishment in human body and digestion of water and food in spleen itself. The Blood Qi has a function to make each organ work in human body and to make free coursing in liver itself. Essential Qi has a function to store each essential qi of five viscera in human body and reproduction in kidney itself.
Study on the Childhood Exercise Yangsaeng(養生)
Park, Mi-Nyou ; Jeong, Chang-Hyun ;
Journal of Korean Medical classics, volume 24, issue 3, 2011, Pages 75~86
We would like to understand we should follow the rules of nature by having 'bupaeumyang(法於陰陽) to the "sanggocheonjinron "上古天眞論" and the healthy living shall be made based on the balance of yin and yang, and in harmony with the nature mentioned in Sagijoshindaeron "四氣調神大論" so it is considered that this is the Yangsaeng(養生) usually mentioned in Oriental medicine. Therefore, we would like to present the exercise methods according to the season and would like to propose two most basic Yangsaeng methods of the gymnastics Yangsaeng method(體操養生方法) and the massage Yangsaeng method(按摩養生方法) stimulating Musculoskeletal(筋骨格) and acupoints (血位) directly by the caregivers among the various infants exercise in order to help their physical growth and development and to promote the interaction between parents and children.
Pork as Food Therapy in "Shikryochanyo"
Shin, Jae-Hyuck ; Song, Ji-Chung ; Eom, Dong-Myung ;
Journal of Korean Medical classics, volume 24, issue 3, 2011, Pages 87~98
Shikryochanyo written by Jeon Soonyi is a text that extracted paragraphs related to food therapy from medical books or materia medica of Korea and China. "Shikryochanyo" treats disease by food instead of herbs(or drugs) and pork is the majority of methods as food therapy in "Shikryochanyo". So there are 25 paragraphs of using pork, in 15 categories out of 45 in "Shikryochanyo". However, it is known that pork is not recommended as a food when a person got disease and not allowed during medication in Oriental Medicine. As a food therapy in "Shikryochanyo", not only pork itself but liver, kidney, stomach, bladder, heart, etc. are used and diverse food styles are applied as soup, porridge, roasting and so on.
A Review on quotations of "Lingshu" in "Suwen" annotated by Wangbing
Song, Ji-Chung ; Sim, Hyun-A ; Keum, Kyung-Soo ; Eom, Dong-Myung ;
Journal of Korean Medical classics, volume 24, issue 3, 2011, Pages 99~111
Objective : Wangbing annotated "Suwen" through the method of book-quotation. "Lingshu" is the one in quotation. It is objective that "Lingshu" quotated by Wangbing and existing "Lingshu" are identical. Method : "Lingshu" quotated by Wangbing and existing "Lingshu" are compared. Result : 5 quotations out of 94 quotations of "Lingshu" are not in existing "Lingshu", 11 quotations are different and 5 quotations are from "Suwen". Conclusion : It is supposed that several types of "Lingshu" could be existed when Wangbing wrote annotated "Suwen".
A Study on Eulhaeja(乙亥字) "Huangjenaegyeongsomun(黃帝內經素問)" - Focused on Investigation of Publish era and Comparision with Other Korea-published "Huangjenaegyeong(黃帝內經)"
Baik, You-Sang ;
Journal of Korean Medical classics, volume 24, issue 3, 2011, Pages 113~124
In this article the purpose of the study on Eulhae metal type(乙亥字) "Huangjenaegyeongsomun(黃帝內經素問)" is to ascertain the era of that publication according to recent investigation and find the properties of that book through comparision with other "Huangjenaegyeongsomun(黃帝內經素問)" published in ancient Korea, Choseon Dynasty. Because we are not yet secure more various Eulhae metal type(乙亥字) books and collaterally printed books, and there would be more unknown Eulhae metal type(乙亥字) "Huangjenaegyeongsomun(黃帝內經素問)" in Korea or abroad, so this study focuses on investigation of publish are only based on the record in that book, and comparision with the context of other Korea-published "Huangjenaegyeongsomun(黃帝內經素問)". As a result Eulhae metal type(乙亥字) "Huangjenaegyeongsomun(黃帝內經素問)" was published in Myeongjong era about 1554-1557, was the very original book of exiting Naeeuwon(內醫院) type "Huangjenaegyeongsomun(黃帝內經素問)". This Publication of this book published with Eulhae metal type(乙亥字) "Huangjenaegyeongyeongchu(黃帝內經靈樞)" at the same period explains that at that time Choseon Dynasty lay emphasis on promoting Medicine and teach "Huangjenaegyeong(黃帝內經)".