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Empedocles' Influence on Hippocratic Medicine: The Problem of Hypothesis and Human Nature

Rhee KB

  • Korean J Med Hist.
  • 2013 Dec;22(3):879-914.
This paper aims to show Empedocles' influence on Hippocratic medicine through the analysis of two Hippocratic writings, i.e. On Ancient Medicine(AM) and On the Nature of Man(NM). I think that...
The Institutionalization of Pharmaceutical Administration After the Korean Liberation: Focusing on Regulating the Pharmaceutical Affairs Law(Yaksabeop) in 1953

Sihn KH

  • Korean J Med Hist.
  • 2013 Dec;22(3):847-878.
The pharmaceutical administration under U.S Military Government in Korea and government of the Republic of Korea aimed at cleaning up the vestiges of Japanese imperialism which the pharmaceutical administration attached...
The Role of Pavlov's Theory in North Korea in the Late 1950s: Ideological Struggle in Medicine and Scientification of Traditional Medicine

Han SH, Kim OJ

  • Korean J Med Hist.
  • 2013 Dec;22(3):801-846.
This paper deals with Pavlov theory in North Korea in the late 1950s, focusing on its role in ideological struggle in medicine and in reinterpretation of traditional medicine. In North...
The First Korean Doctor of Medicine in Ophthalmology: Early Career of Kong Pyung Woo (1907-1995) as an Unusual Example of Medical Profession in Colonial Korea

Kim TH

  • Korean J Med Hist.
  • 2013 Dec;22(3):759-800.
This article traces early career of Kong Pyung Woo, a public figure famous for being the first doctor of medicine in ophthalmology with Korean ethnicity in 1936, for founding and...
Anti-Tuberculosis Policy of the Government General of Korea during Japanese-Colonial Period (1910-1945): From Simple Restriction to Active Enlightenment

Choi EK

  • Korean J Med Hist.
  • 2013 Dec;22(3):713-758.
In this paper, I tried to examine the characteristic of anti-tuberculosis policy in colonial Korea and find out internal constraint of hygienic administration by Japanese government during Japanese-Colonial Period. Despite...
The Work of Sherwood Hall and the Haiju Tuberculosis Sanatorium in Colonial Korea

Park Y

  • Korean J Med Hist.
  • 2013 Dec;22(3):681-712.
Sherwood Hall established a tuberculosis sanatorium in 1928 in Haeju, Hwanghaedo Province. While founding Haiju Sanatorium, he had to overcome a couple of problems. Firstly, foreign missions could not afford...
The Study of School Hygiene and Physical Education in Chosun during the Early Japanese Colonial Period Carried Out through Educational Magazines: Focusing on the Time Period before the Manchurian Incident in 1910-1931

Hwang ER, Kim TY

  • Korean J Med Hist.
  • 2013 Dec;22(3):645-680.
This research mainly dealt with sanitation and hygiene related editorials quoted from educational magazines published in Chosun until the Manchurian Incident during the Japanese colonial period. The study revealed that...

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