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    National Tsing Hua University Institutional Repository > 清華出版品 > 01 清華學報 > 新34卷第2期 >  《醫心方》論「婦人諸病所由」及其相關問題

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    Title: 《醫心方》論「婦人諸病所由」及其相關問題
    Other Titles: ";The Prigins of Women's Disorders";and Related Issues in Ishinpo
    Authors: 李貞德;Jen-der Lee
    Date: 2004/12
    Publisher: 國立清華大學出版社
    Relation: 清華學報,國立清華大學,2004,new,34,n.2,p479.
    Keywords: 醫心方
    Abstract: Ishinpo is the oldest extant medical work in Japan. It was edited by Tanba Yasuyori (912-995), an imperial doctor of the Heian period (794-1183), who cited medical theories and technologies from over two hundred Chinese texts introduced into Japan up until his time and put them into thirty volumes without any foreword to explain his ideas and categorization of medicine. This article compares Volumes 21 to 24 of Ishinpo with the Chinese texts from which Tanba drew his excerpts to analyze the different conceptualizations of women's health problems between this Japanese doctor and his Chinese predecessors. It first introduces the history of compilation and transmission of Ishinpo, and then discusses different views concerning the origins of women's diseases between Ishinpo and several Chinese texts it quoted. A detailed examination of a set of pictures that indicated taboo points of acupuncture and moxibustion for pregnant women is followed. These pictures came from Chanjing (Canon for Childbirth), on which Tanba relied more heavily than any other Chinese medical work in his four volumes on women. The conclusion then points out the practice-oriented characteristics of medieval Japanese medicine and Tanba's primary concern over childbirth, in contrast to the menstruation-based conceptualization of women's health issues in Chinese medicine.
    URI: http://thjcs.hss.nthu.edu.tw/catalogue_detail.php?id=63
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