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Hermann Boerhaave: A Historiographical Survey The assessment of the position of Hermann Boerhaave in the eighteenth century medicine

Kim OJ, Lee MH, Hwang SI

  • Korean J Med Hist.
  • 1997 Jul;6(1):121-132.
No abstract available.
Hippocratic Tradition: Recent Historiographies since 19th Century

Sung YG

  • Korean J Med Hist.
  • 1997 Jul;6(1):105-120.
This paper reviews historiographies on Greek medicine and aims at understanding the Hippocratic tradition. In western medicine, Hippocrates has always been an ideal of the physicians. While the importance...
Dermatology at the Dawn of a New Age (1876-1945)

Kee CD

  • Korean J Med Hist.
  • 1997 Jul;6(1):89-104.
It is not certain when the science of dermatology began in our country due to lack of written evidence. However, it probably began with the first establishment of new...
History on the Lecture of History of Medicine at Kyungpook National University School of Medicine

Kim JS, Lee WK, SUH JS, SONG KE, Sohn TJ

  • Korean J Med Hist.
  • 1997 Jul;6(1):83-88.
This paper refers to the History on the Lecture of History of Medicine at Kyungpook National University School of Medicine since 1961 when assistant professor KIM Jyung-Myung, MD of...
Nursing in the Modern Hospitals in Korea (1885-1910)

Yi KM, Hwang SI

  • Korean J Med Hist.
  • 1997 Jul;6(1):63-82.
Modern nursing, which specializes nursing in medicine and has the characteristics of profession, has been constructed during the time of modernization. To see how Korean modern nursing was constructed...
The Influence of Korean Catholic Church on the Introduction of Smallpox Vaccination by Cheong Yak-yong : A Hypothesis

Kwon BK, Hwang SI, Chi JG

  • Korean J Med Hist.
  • 1997 Jul;6(1):49-62.
The introduction and practice of smallpox(cowpox) vaccination was officially done in 1879 by Chi Seok-young, but we know that already in 1835 Cheong Yak-yong, a great scholar and politician...
Medicine during the Enlightenment Era of the Late Yi Dynasty

Kee CD

  • Korean J Med Hist.
  • 1997 Jul;6(1):1-48.
Korean people in the late Yi Dynasty were always in danger of contagious diseases due to unhealthy residence, poor food and inconvenient clothing. Closing of the country represented by...

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