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ACUPUNCTURE ANAESTHESIA: A REVIEW.
SMALL TJ. american journal of acupuncture.1974,2(3), 147-3.
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16- gera: 4025/di/ra


1- gera: 18982/di/ra EMBRYOGENESE ET MTC. CHOAIN J. meridiens. 1977;39-
COMMANDES DES ORGANES, DES PARTIES 40:73-112 (fra*).
D'ORGANISMES ET DE LEURS TROUBLES (1). SOULIE L'embryogénèse constitue une "transformation" du corps
DE MORANT. bulletin de la societe d'acupuncture. humain au sens cybernétique de ce terme, et la plus
1958;29:41-52 (fra). importante de toutes, puisqu'elle concerne sa forme matérielle.
Elle peut donc (et doit) être interprétée comme toute
2- gera: 18986/di/ra transformation, dans le langage de Yin et Yang, ce qui est de
COMMANDES DES ORGANES, DES PARTIES nature à nous apporter des lumières sur les données de la
D'ORGANISMES ET DE LEURS TROUBLES (2). SOULIE MTC. Martiny a été le premier à signaler cette voie de
DE MORANT. bulletin de la societe d'acupuncture. recherche. Il est également intéressant, dans ce cadre de
1958;30:35-45 (fra). noter l'existence des techniques taoïstes de "retour à
l'enfançon". La cosmogénèse taoïste comporte une série
3- gera: 18987/di/ra temporelle et une série spatiale. C'est cette série spatiale qui
COMMANDES DES ORGANES, DES PARTIES peut servir de cadre à une
D'ORGANISMES ET DE LEURS TROUBLES (3). SOULIE
DE MORANT. bulletin de la societe d'acupuncture. 17- gera: 4108/di/ra
1959;31:29-40 (fra). LE TRIPLE RECHAUFFEUR. DARRAS JC. cahiers de
biotherapie. 1977;55:9 (fra).
4- gera: 18991/di/ra
COMMANDES DES ORGANES, DES PARTIES 18- gera: 4115/di/cg
D'ORGANISMES ET DE LEURS TROUBLES (4). SOULIE ORGANE ET FONCTION EN MEDECINE CHINOISE.
DE MORANT. bulletin de la societe d'acupuncture. NGUYEN P. conferences d'acupuncture,gera,toulon.
1959;32:31-8 (fra). 1977;2:34-42 (fra).

5- gera: 18992/di/ra 19- gera: 4119/di/el


COMMANDES DES ORGANES, DES PARTIES [CONCEPTION DU CORPS HUMAIN EN MTC]. X. in
D'ORGANISMES ET DE LEURS TROUBLES (5). SOULIE barefoot doctor's manual. 1977;:30-33 (eng).
DE MORANT. bulletin de la societe d'acupuncture.
1959;33:39-49 (fra). 20- gera: 4129/di/ra
[LA THEORIE DES ORGANES EN MEDECINE CHINOISE].
6- gera: 18993/di/ra CHIM-KER YUAN. in basic acupuncture: a scientific
COMMANDES DES ORGANES, DES PARTIES interpretation and application,taipei. 1977;:43-50 (eng).
D'ORGANISMES ET DE LEURS TROUBLES (6). SOULIE
DE MORANT. bulletin de la societe d'acupuncture. 21- gera: 18255/di/ra
1959;34:53-61 (fra). STRUCTURES ET FONCTIONS DE L'ORGANISME
HUMAIN. ETUDE CRITIQUE DES CONCEPTS
7- gera: 4100/di/ra TRADITIONNELS ET MODERNES. RANGE JP.
EMBRYOGENESE, BIOTYPOGENESE ET ACUPUNCTURE. acupuncture. 1977;52:11-60 (fra).
MARTINY M. bulletin de la societe d'acupuncture.
1961;40:9-22 (fra). 22- gera: 19310/di/ra
LE TRIPLE RECHAUFFEUR. DARRAC J-C. adademie
8- gera: 4109/di/el medicale d'acupuncture,paris. 1977;1:17-20 (fra).
LES ORGANES ET LES ENTRAILLES. CHAMFRAULT. in
traite de medecine chinoise. 1964;:44-55 (fra). 23- gera: 21164/di/tp
LES TROIS RECHAUFFEURS ET LA NOTION DE
9- gera: 4019/di/ra TRANSFORMATION. MUSSAT. grema,paris. 1977;4:24P
EMBRYOGENESE ET ACUPUNCTURE. MARTINY M. (fra).
meridiens. 1973;21-22:139-152 (fra*).
24- gera: 4026/di/ra
10- gera: 4020/di/ra A PROPOS DE LA THEORIE DU TRIPLE RECHAUFFEUR
[LE TRIPLE RECHAUFFEUR ET SA SIGNIFICATION]. (1). GOURION A. mensuel du medecin acupuncteur.
FISCH G. american journal of chinese medicine. 1978;47:267-74 (fra).
1973;1(1):99-104 (eng).
25- gera: 4027/di/ra
11- gera: 4021/di/ra A PROPOS DE LA THEORIE DU TRIPLE RECHAUFFEUR
LE TRIPLE FOYER, MYTHE OU REALITE. BRIOT A. (2). GOURION A. mensuel du medecin acupuncteur.
meridiens. 1975;31-32:11-31 (fra*). 1978;49:203 (fra).

12- gera: 4023/di/ra 26- gera: 4028/di/ra


PHYSIOPATHOLOGIE DU GROS INTESTIN. MERCIER. A PROPOS DE LA THEORIE DU TRIPLE RECHAUFFEUR
revue francaise d'acupuncture. 1975;2:65-74 (fra). (3). GOURION A. mensuel du medecin acupuncteur.
1978;49:347-58 (fra).
13- gera: 153395/di/ra
EXTRAITS DU COURS DE L'UNIVERSITE 27- gera: 4029/di/ra
TRADITIONNELLE DE SHANGHAÏ. DURON. revue de la A PROPOS DE LA THEORIE DU TRIPLE RECHAUFFEUR
societe d'enseignement et de recherches documentaires (4). GOURION A. mensuel du medecin acupuncteur.
en acupuncture. 1975;5:15-16 (fra). 1978;51:11-7 (fra).

14- gera: 4107/di/ra 28- gera: 4030/di/ra


LA FONCTION URINAIRE SELON L'INTERPRETATION DE A PROPOS DE LA THEORIE DU TRIPLE RECHAUFFEUR
LA TRADITION CHINOISE. PELLETIER A. cahiers de (5). GOURION A. mensuel du medecin acupuncteur.
biotherapie. 1976;52:291 (fra). 1978;52:51-6 (fra).

15- gera: 2166/di/ra 29- gera: 4031/di/ra


ORGANE ET FONCTION EN MEDECINE CHINOISE. A PROPOS DE LA THEORIE DU TRIPLE RECHAUFFEUR
NGUYEN P. mensuel du medecin acupuncteur. (6). GOURION A. mensuel du medecin acupuncteur.
1977;42:43-7 (fra). 1978;54:131-8 (fra).

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30- gera: 4032/di/ra méridien MC, le inn oé (6MC- 4Rte), tchong mo. Plus
A PROPOS DE LA THEORIE DU TRIPLE RECHAUFFEUR accessoirement le double trajet profond et superficiel du Zu
(7). GOURION A. mensuel du medecin acupuncteur. Yang Ming du 12E au 30E.
1978;55:167-79 (fra).
44- gera: 4033/di/ra
31- gera: 4035/di/ra A PROPOS DE LA THEORIE DU TRIPLE RECHAUFFEUR
CONTRIBUTION A L'ETUDE DE LA PHYSIOLOGIE (8). GOURION A. mensuel du medecin acupuncteur.
RESPIRATOIRE ENERGETIQUE. EYSSALET JM. mensuel 1979;58:307-24 (fra).
du medecin acupuncteur. 1978;49:335-45 (fra).
45- gera: 4034/di/ra
32- gera: 4036/di/ra A PROPOS DE LA THEORIE DU TRIPLE RECHAUFFEUR
LE COEUR CENTRE ENERGETIQUE. EYSSALET JM. revue (9). GOURION A. mensuel du medecin acupuncteur.
francaise d'acupuncture. 1978;13:9-20 (fra). 1979;59:349-54 (fra).

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ORGANES, MERIDIENS PRINCIPAUX ET SECONDAIRES. ASPECTS PHYSIOPATHOLOGIQUES DU FOIE ET
DECK M. revue francaise d'acupuncture. 1978;13:3-7 (fra). APERCUS SUR LA RESPIRATION EN MEDECINE
TRADITIONNELLE CHINOISE. PERSPECTIVE
34- gera: 4038/di/ra D'APPROCHE *. DUBOIS JC. these medecine,besancon.
LES VISCERES. KESPI JM. revue francaise d'acupuncture. 1979;: (fra).
1978;15:5-12 (fra).
47- gera: 4041/di/cg
35- gera: 4039/di/ra DONNEES ENERGETIQUES SUR LE SYSTEME NERVEUX
CARACTERISTIQUES DU COEUR CHINOIS TRADITIONEL. CENTRAL. GOURION A. 1er seminaire de la saa,bordeaux.
HUARD P. meridiens. 1978;41-42:23-37 (fra*). 1979;:51 (fra).

36- gera: 17233/di/el 48- gera: 4042/di/cg


LE SYSTEME DU TRIPLE RECHAUFFEUR. X. in PHYSIOLOGIE DU SHOUTAI YIN-POUMON. REQUENA Y.
conferences d'enseignement maisonneuve. 1978;:177-8 1er seminaire de la saa,bordeaux. 1979;:75 (fra).
(fra).
49- gera: 4103/di/ra
37- gera: 19340/di/ra [LE PSYCHISME]. CANTONI T. quaderni di agopuntura
LA FONCTION "MAITRE DU COEUR" (1). DARRAC J-C. tradizionale. 1979;1(O):13 (ita).
perspectives yin yang. 1978;4:5-8 (fra). Cet article expose les notions concernant les activités
psychiques des textes classiques d'acupuncture chinoise
38- gera: 19341/di/ra traditionnelle, élaborés à la lumière d'une interprétation
GENERALITES SUR LES MOUVEMENTS ENERGETIQUES moderne suivant Faubert et Laurent. On étudie en particulier
DES 5 ORGANES. MERCIER L. perspectives yin yang. les Shen et, dans le domaine de la pathologie, les Gui, en
1978;4:9-12 (fra). donnant quelques exemples de traitement.

39- gera: 19349/di/ra 50- gera: 4122/di/el


LA FONCTION "MAITRE DU COEUR"(2). DARRAS J-C. [LES FONCTIONS ORGANIQUES]. X. in lu hc. 1979;1:96-
perspectives yin yang. 1978;5:2-5 (fra). 111 (eng).

40- gera: 19350/di/ra 51- gera: 4132/di/ra


MOUVEMENTS ENERGETIQUES DES 5 ORGANES. LEURS [LE REIN YANG ET SA CORRESPONDANCE ANATOMO-
RELATIONS AVEC LES DETERMINANTS CYCLIQUES PHYSIOLOGIQUE]. BEISCH K. akupunktur. 1979;1:11-20
EXOGENES (2EME PARTIE). MERCIER L. perspectives yin (deu).
yang. 1978;5:6-9 (fra).
52- gera: 18186/di/ra
41- gera: 28905/di/tt SEMIOLOGIE ET TRAITEMENT DU SYSTEME
FOUNDATIONS OF TIBETAN MEDICINE (1). FINCKH E. ENERGETIQUE DES "ORGANES-ENTRAILLES" ET "KING
watkins,london. 1978;:103P (eng). LO". NGUYEN VAN NGHI. mensuel du medecin
acupuncteur. 1979;61:3-15 (fra).
42- gera: 262/di/ra
LA FONCTION DU MAITRE DU COEUR. DARRAS JC. 53- gera: 18187/di/ra
etudes. 1979;2:22-5 (fra). SYSTEME ENERGETIQUE DE LA "RATE-ESTOMAC".
Cette étude difficile à isoler de celle du triple réchauffeur est à NGUYEN VAN NGHI. mensuel du medecin acupuncteur.
replacer dans les notions de loge, unité et ensemble 1979;62:41-54 (fra).
énergétique. La structure du maître du coeur est divisée en 3
zones de "reserves énergétiques" : pelvienne pour l'étage 54- gera: 18188/di/ra
inférieur, médiastinale pour l'étage moyen, cervicale pour SYSTEME ENERGETIQUE DU COEUR-INTESTIN GRELE.
l'étage supérieur. Son rôle concerne le sang et les liquides NGUYEN VAN NGHI. mensuel du medecin acupuncteur.
organiques et diffère selon la localisation : régénération (étage 1979;63:111-7 (fra).
supérieur) régulation (étage moyen) et ramassage (étage
inférieur). Englobant ainsi : cellulaires, les grands mouvements 55- gera: 4043/nd/th
cycliques d'extériorisation et intériorisation, régulation et LES VISCERES EN ACUPUNCTURE. TRAN MANH CUONG.
contrôle de l'énergie mentale, programmation : these medecine,bordeaux 2. 1980;559: (fra).

43- gera: 263/di/ra 56- gera: 4044/di/ra


LA FONCTION DU MAITRE DE COEUR (2). DARRAS JC. LES ENTRAILLES CURIEUSES. SAVIGNY N. revue
etudes. 1979;3:17-9 (). francaise d'acupuncture. 1980;22:27-39 (fra).
Egalement liée à celui du TR. 1). Les points fondamentaux :
mo : 5VC (3 étages), 7VC (étage inf MC/TR), 12VC (étage 57- gera: 4091/di/el
moyen TR), 17VC (sup TR et moyen MC), 22VC (sup MC). LU [ORGANES ET ORGANISATION]. X. chinese medical
: 22V (TR), 24V et 26V (étage inf) 17V (étage moyen), 14V terminology. 1980;22(61): (eng).
(ensemble du MC), 12VC (étage sup). Les couples 17V/17VC
puis 24V/6VC et 26V/4VC sont développés. 2) les points 58- gera: 4104/di/ra
associés : le couple VB/F, les points liao, les points du LES 10 VISCERES ADMINISTRATEURS ET MINISTRES DE

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L'HOMME . KESPI JM. quaderni di agopuntura


tradizionale. 1980;2(1):3 (fra). 69- gera: 4049/di/ra
Les 10 viscères doivent être considérés comme les LA TETE. SAVIGNY N. revue francaise d'acupuncture.
administrateurs du corps. Donc traiter un malade c'est l'aider à 1981;27:15-20 (fra).
mettre de l'ordre dans son administration, car, dans l'esprit
chinois l'homme est gouverné sur le même modèle qu'un pays 70- gera: 4050/di/ra
ou le monde. L'auteur définit l'administration de l'organisme L'ORGANE FOIE ET SON MERIDIEN. AUTEROCHE B ET
humain par un schéma. L'Empereur n'agit pas, il est. Deux AL. meridiens. 1981;53-54:89-120 (fra*).
ministres d'état en sont l'émanation directe : le poumon, Cette étude est la comparaison d'une traduction d'une édition
chargé de transmettre ses ordres et le coeur qui est son du "Zhen Jiu Da Cheng" de 1843 et d'une édition de 1973,
ambassadeur. Un cabinet de huit ministres, complète cette concernant le Foie et son méridien. Ce travail a permis de
organisation : le foie (prévision et plan), vésicule biliaire constater qu'il n'y avait pas de différence essentielle entre les
(décision et justice), vessie (organisation territoriale), rein deux textes. Le texte commence par un rappel de citations du
(chargé de la création), estomac (élabore), rate (transporte et "Su Wen" relatives aux caractéristiques de l'organe Foie. Y fait
transforme), intestin gréle (accomplit les mutations de l'être) et suite le traitement des troubles de cet organe et de son
gros intestin méridien par des médications tirées de la pharmacopée
chinoise. Enfin sont détaillés les treize points du Méridien du
59- gera: 4105/di/ra Foie avec leur emplacement et leurs indications
THE FUNCTION OF ZANGFU (INTERNAL AND EXTERNAL thérapeutiques. Dans le "Zhen Jiu Da Cheng" le Méridien du
ORGANS) IN TCM. X. guangzhou traditional chinese foie ne compte que treize points alors qu'actuellement on en
medicine college. 1980;:7P (eng). compte quatorze. Le point manquant a comme nom Yangshi
ou Jimai. Pour ne pas dénaturer la traduction du texte original,
60- gera: 4110/di/me de nombreuses expressions et des termes de médecine
LES VISCERES EN ACUPUNCTURE. CUONG TRAN traditionnelle n'ont pas été traduits et sont explicités dans des
MANM. memoire d'acupuncture,afa,paris. 1980;74: (fra). notes infrapaginales.

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[ZANG FU (ORGANES INTERNES)]. X. in essentials of LE TR, MING MEN, LA RESPIRATION. DANJOU JP.
chinese acupuncture,foreign language press,beijing. memoire d'acupuncture,afa,paris. 1981;102: (fra).
1980;:22-30 (eng).
72- gera: 4102/di/ra
62- gera: 7685/di/me [CONSIDERATIONS ET HYPOTHESES SUR LES
ESSAI SUR LES ANALOGIES DE FONCTIONNEMENT RAPPORTS ENTRE TRAJET DU MERIDIEN DU TRIPLE
ENTRE LE CORPS HUMAIN ET L'ADMINISTRATION. RECHAUFFEUR ET FONCTIONS DU TRIPLE
ROUQUET C. memoire d'acupuncture,afa,paris. 1980;82: RECHAUFFEUR]. CONTI GM. quaderni di agopuntura
(fra). tradizionale. 1981;3(1):15 (ita).

63- gera: 146720/di/re 73- gera: 4113/di/me


LE TRIPLE RECHAUFFEUR. GOURION A. cours ESSAI SUR L'ENERGETIQUE EN MEDECINE CHINOISE (A
d'acupuncture, cedat. 1980;x:66-85 (fra). PROPOS DE LA THEORIE DU TRIPLE RECHAUFFEUR).
NOHRA NM. memoire d'acupuncture,afa,paris.
64- gera: 264/di/ra 1981;98:86P (fra).
MING MEN SELON LES CONCEPTIONS CLASSIQUES ET Etude de l'idéogramme, évolution des idées concernant la
MODERNES. SENG ZIXING. tradition medicale chinoise. théorie du TR, la controverse, auteurs : traductions et
1981;2-3:9-12 (fra*). interprétations des textes classiques. Triple réchauffeur et
L'auteur débat de la localisation anatomique probable du Ming l'entretien de la vie (alimentation, respiration). L'énergie
Men dans un souci de justification scientifique. Cette étude élaborée ou mobilisée, pathologie et suggestions
confronte les données traditionnelles du Nei Jing et du Nan thérapeutiques, traditions et comparaisons.
Jing avec les connaissances de la neuro- endocrinologie et
débouche sur une pathologie endocrinienne. La thérapeutique, 74- gera: 4114/di/ra
bien que n'ayant pas été développée dans cet article se trouve [QUELLE EST LA NATURE DU TRIPLE RECHAUFFEUR
sous-entendue par les mécanismes physiopathologiques (résumé)]. TAI HEI CHAN ET AL. acupuncture research
décrits. quarterly. 1981;17:26-7 (eng).

65- gera: 4045/di/ra 75- gera: 4131/di/ra


[ETUDE INITIALE SUR LES "REINS CONTROLENT LES [LES FONCTIONS DES ZANGFU (1)]. MACIOCIA G. journal
OS"]. ZHANG CHAORAN. chinese journal of modern of chinese medicine. 1981;8:1-11 (eng).
developments in traditional medecine. 1981;1(2):87 (chi*).
Selon la MTC la fonction des reins est plus large que la MO. Il 76- gera: 4149/di/el
semble que non seulement les reins contrôlent les os, mais [PHYSIOLOGIE ET PATHOLOGIE]. X. in a complete
également que les os influencent les reins, et que le traitement english dictionary of medical terms in chinese
des affections osseuses permet la prévention des affections acupuncture and herbalis. 1981;1: (eng).
rénales. Les études montrent que l'origine de la maladie du Explication d'un ensemble de termes concernant les organes,
Kaschin-Beck (ostéo- arthrite déformante) est au niveau des leurs fonctions, et pathologies.
reins. Le traitement des affections osseuses par "croûte de
sel" entraîne une élévation de l'élimination urinaire de 17 77- gera: 18232/di/ra
cétosteroïdes montrant une action sur la fonction rénale. HIER ET AUJOURD'HUI (1). DARRAS JC. acupuncture.
1981;68:49 (fra).
66- gera: 4046/nd/re
[DE L'ACUPUNCTURE A L'EMBRYOLOGIE]. PATOLE- 78- gera: 18233/di/ra
LISSAC M. revista odonto stomatol. 1981;10(2):147 (esp). HIER ET AUJOURD'HUI (2). DARRAS JC. acupuncture.
1981;69:34-5 (fra).
67- gera: 4047/di/ra
PHYSIOLOGIE DU TAI YIN (1). REQUENA Y. mensuel du 79- gera: 28584/nd/tt
medecin acupuncteur. 1981;80:383-91 (fra). ACUPUNCTURE AND THE LIFE ENERGIES. ROSE-NEIL S.
asi publishers, new york. 1981;:160P (eng).
68- gera: 4048/di/ra
PHYSIOLOGIE DU TAI YIN (2). REQUENA Y. mensuel du 80- gera: 25/di/ra
medecin acupuncteur. 1981;81:33 (fra). [DISCUSSION SUR LES PRINCIPES DE WANG XUGAO

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SUR LE TRAITEMENT DU FOIE]. WANG WENDONG. dysplasique du Zu Shao Yin (D.Z.S.Y.). A partir de cette
shanghai journal of traditional chinese medicine. hypothèse les auteurs abordent le problème de la nature
1982;2:24 (chi).
89- gera: 4053/di/ra
81- gera: 781/di/ra [LE COEUR DANS LE NEIJING]. DE DONATO E ET AL.
[POINT DE VUE DE XU SHUWEI SUR LES REINS ET LA quaderni di agopuntura tradizionale. 1982;4:2 (ita).
RATE]. YAN SHIYUN. shanghai journal of traditional Sur la base d'une revue critique concernant le coeur dans le
chinese medicine. 1982;2:24 (chi). texte du Huang Ti Neijing Suwen, on fait des remarques sur
des notions qui n'ont pas été mises en évidence dans la
82- gera: 782/di/ra littérature acupuncturale connue en
[DISTRIBUTION DE H3-ALDOSTERONE DANS LA
COCHLEE ET AUTRES TISSUS DU COBAYE, BASE 90- gera: 4054/di/ra
MATERIELLE DE LA RELATION ENTRE L'OREILLE ET LES SIX FONCTIONS FONDAMENTALES. DARRAS JC.
LES*]. MO QIZHONG ET AL. journal of traditional chinese acupuncture. 1982;74:41-2 (fra).
medicine. 1982;23(7):69 (eng). Les six fonctions fondamentales de l'organisme correspondent
à six systèmes fonctionnels couramment dénommés
83- gera: 783/di/ra "entrailles curieuses" par certains auteurs occidentaux, et que,
[EXPLORATION SUR LA NATURE ET LA SIGNIFICATION en raison de leur étroite relation avec l'énergie P/R nous
CLINIQUE DE LA THEORIE DE LA MTC SELON LAQUELLE nommons "entrailles P/R".
LE POUMON EST EN RELATION INTERNE *]. WANG JINDA
ET AL. journal of traditional chinese medicine. 91- gera: 4055/di/ra
1982;2(1):16 (eng). RESPIRATION ET CIRCULATION. DESWARTE D.
Dans 48 cas de syndrome respiratoire dyspnéique aigu perspectives yin yang. 1982;20:2-9 (fra).
(A.R.D.S.) on note 25 (52,1 %) cas où s'associent des
perturbations sévères de la fonction intestinale. Cela suggère 92- gera: 4056/di/cg
que l'étiologie du ARDS est liée à la pathologie intestinale EMBRYOLOGIE HUMAINE ET ACUPUNCTURE. BOSSY J.
sévère (perforation et nécrose secondaire à un volvulus) qui congres national d'acupuncture,paris. 1982;:10-24 (fra).
précède l'apparition des lésions pulmonaires. La relation La constance du cadre anatomique conceptuel soutenant la
Poumon-Intestin peut être liée aux toxines intestinales. Un pratique de l'acupuncture devait obligatoirement faire tourner
modèle animal d'étude de l'ARDS a été réalisé par ligature de le regard des chercheurs vers l'embryologie. Diverses
l'artère mésentérique supérieure. 90 minutes après la ligature corrélations émises à partir de l'embryologie des batraciens ne
on observe des lésions pulmonaires. La conclusion est que les peuvent être retenues puisque l'embryologie montre
endotoxines ("fièvre toxique" de la MTC) sont une des causes d'énormes différences entre les espèces. L'embryologie
de l'atteinte pulmonaire. Une autre cause possible peut être la humaine seule doit être retenue pour interpréter l'acupuncture
stagnation du sang extravasé dans le tractus intestinal. La chez l'homme. Pendant la période présomitique, l'épiblaste et
relation Poumon-Gros Intestin peut ainsi être lié à l'hypoblaste peuvent être corrélés avec le Yin et le Yang ; la
l'insuffisance de la circulation intestinale et aux cyclomérie ne peut être acceptée chez l'homme. La période
somitique (stades 9 à 12) est caractérisée par l'apparition des
84- gera: 784/di/ra structures axiales et celles des organes et entrailles à
LA RESPIRATION ET SES MECANISMES. KESPI JM. revue l'exception de la vessie, de l'intestin grêle et du gros intestin ;
francaise d'acupuncture. 1982;29:31-43 (fra). seul le bourgeon du membre supérieur peut s'observer au
Sont envisagées ici les relations de la respiration avec la zone dernier stade de cette période, mais les organes des sens et
rythmique et relationnelle qu'est la poitrine avec les poumons les "ouvertures somatiques" existent. La période post-
en tant que ministres d'état du gouvernement du corps et avec somitique (stades 13 à 23) montre l'individualisation des
les processus de création et, par là dernières entrailles et surtout la formation du système nerveux
périphérique qui va atteindre progessivement toutes les
85- gera: 788/di/ra structures somatiques et viscérales selon une séquence
[ORGANES INTERNES, EMBRYOLOGIE ET rostro-caudale et proximo-distale débutant dans la région
ACUPUNCTURE]. BURCHEIT. akupunktur. 1982;2:169 cervicale. Il est probable que toutes les structures (peau,
(deu). muscles, viscères, etc...) recevant en même temps leur
innervation, présentent des liaisons neuraxiales préférentielles
86- gera: 789/di/ra ; ce pourrait être la base morphologique du système corrélatif
[DEMONSTRATION DE LA RELATION OTO-RENALE PAR de la médecine traditionnelle orientale.
LA MODIFICATION DE LA SIDEREMIE DANS LA SURDITE
NEUROSENSORIELLE]. SUN AIHUA ET AL. journal of 93- gera: 4057/di/cg
traditional chinese medicine. 1982;23(7):66 (eng). PHYSIOPATHOLOGIE ET TRAITEMENT DES VISCERES.
ROUAM F. congres national d'acupuncture,paris.
87- gera: 4051/di/ra 1982;:306 (fra).
[SIGNIFICATION CLINIQUE ET EXPLORATION DE LA L'auteur envisage les viscères essentiellement dans leur
NATURE DE LA THEORIE "LES POUMONS ET GROS fonction d'administrateurs du corps et insiste sur la parenté
INTESTINS SONT EN RELATION INTERNE-EXTERNE"*]. entre leur présentation et leur regroupement dans les textes
WANG JINDA ET AL. chinese journal of modern traditionnels avec la numérologie symbolique chinoise. A cette
developments in traditional medecine. 1982;2(2):77 (chi*). fonction administrative s'attachent les diverses dialectiques
habituellement rencontrées (Yin-Yang, 4 éléments, 5
88- gera: 4052/di/ra mouvements). Trois cas cliniques enfin viennent illustrer ce
RECHERCHES SUR LA LIAISON REIN-OREILLE DE LA développement
MTC. NGUYEN J ET AL. revue francaise de mtc.
1982;95:47-54 (fra). 94- gera: 4093/di/ra
La MTC établit des relations entre les organes des sens et les [REIN ET VESSIE]. CHEUNG CS ET AL. journal of the
différents viscères. Ainsi, le rein a-t-il des liens privilégiés avec american college of traditional chinese medicine.
l'oreille. Cette relation est étudiée sur le plan embryologique. Il 1982;3:58-71 (eng).
apparaît clairement que la médecine occidentale décrit une
dysplasie oto-rénale (D.O.R.) associant malformations 95- gera: 4094/di/ra
auriculaires et malformations rénales. Les auteurs suggèrent [DEVELOPPEMENT HISTORIQUE DES THEORIES DE LA
que le lien entre les deux malformations est établi par le PORTE DE VIE ET DU FEU PREMIER]. JIA DEDAO. journal
méridien des reins, Zu Shao Yin. L'analyse des publications of the american college of traditional chinese medicine.
montre que les différents auteurs mentionnent l'association à 1982;4:3-7 (eng).
d'autres anomalies qui apparaissent étagées le long du
méridien, renforçant ainsi l'hypothèse d'un syndrome 96- gera: 4106/di/me

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ORGANES ET ORGANISATION. TALAZAC M. memoire [RELATION ENTRE LES OLIGO-ELEMENTS ZINC ET


d'acupuncture,cedat,marseille. 1982;:32P (fra). MANGANESE ET LES BASES MATERIELLES DES REINS
Traduction des paragraphes 43 à 85 du livre" terminologie EN MTC]. ZHU MEINIAN ET AL. journal of traditional
médicale chinoise". chinese medicine. 1983;24(6):66 (eng).

97- gera: 4117/di/ra 111- gera: 4065/di/ra


[L'INTESTIN GRELE: 1) L'ALLIE VITAL, 2) L'ALCHIMISTE A PROPOS DU FOYER SUPERIEUR. LAFONT JL.
INTERNE]. DARBY M ET AL. journal of traditional meridiens. 1983;61-62:69-86 (fra*).
acupuncture. 1982;6(1):24-6 (eng). La notion de 3 foyers est une notion capitale en médecine
traditionnelle chinoise. Les plus anciens traités en médecine
98- gera: 4125/di/ra les mentionnent, et bien que cette notion n'ait pas l'équivalent
[L'ESTOMAC: 1) NOURRIR L'ESPRIT, 2) LA MER en médecine occidentale, plusieurs interprétations variables et
INTERIEURE, 3) NOTRE INFINIE RESSOURCE]. COWAN E. contradictoires suivant les époques et les auteurs ont été
journal of traditional acupuncture. 1982;6(2):45-50 (eng). proposées. Ce court exposé aborde dans un premier temps
l'évolution de la notion de 3 foyers. Puis, en se basant sur les
99- gera: 4126/di/ra données traditionnelles, l'analyse de la sémiologie, et les
[ESTOMAC ET RATE EN MTC]. ZHANG MAI FENG. journal indications cliniques des points d'acupuncture, il propose en
of the american college of traditional chinese medicine. prenant comme base de raisonnement le Foyer Supérieur, une
1982;2:33-42 (eng). hypothèse personnelle d'interprétation.

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LE TRIPLE RECHAUFFEUR : INTERPRETATIONS [RELATION ENTRE L'EMBRYOLOGIE ET
CLASSIQUES ET MODERNES. BRIOT A. meridiens. L'ACUPUNCTURE]. BUCHLEIT H. akupunktur. 1983;3:141
1982;57-8:71-88 (fra*). (deu).

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HIER ET AUJOURD'HUI: LES "SYSTEMES-TAMPON" [LES 3 RECHAUFFEURS COMME LIEN ENTRE L'HOMME
CENTRAL ET PERIPHERIQUE DE L'UNITE ENERGETIQUE. ET L'UNIVERS]. PIERS AD. american journal of chinese
DARRAS JC. acupuncture. 1982;71:38-40 (fra). medicine. 1983;11(1-4):54-61 (eng).

102- gera: 19256/di/ra 114- gera: 4068/di/ra


[ASPECTS CLINIQUES ET THERAPEUTIQUES DANS LA LE YANG MING. NGUYEN A. revue francaise de mtc.
PATHOLOGIE DES ORGANES ET ENTRAILLES EN 1983;101:366 (fra).
ACUPUNCTURE]. DARRAS JC. ackupunkture. 1982;2:120
(fra). 115- gera: 4069/di/ra
[FORMATION DE LA THEORIE DE LA RATE-ESTOMAC].
103- gera: 21336/di/ra WEI BEIHAI. journal of shandong college of traditional
THE THEORY OF ZANGFU (PART 1). MACIOCIA. journal of chinese medicine. 1983;7(4):58 (chi).
chinese medicine. 1982;10:11-17 (eng).
116- gera: 4070/di/ra
104- gera: 4058/di/ra [LE TRIPLE RECHAUFFEUR]. YANG BAI-RU. rivista
HYPOTHESE DE CORRELATION ENTRE ACUPUNCTURE italiana di agopuntura (roma). 1983;5:15-32 (ita).
ET EMBRYOLOGIE. MIGUERES J. meridiens. 1983;61-
62:117-129 (fra*). 117- gera: 4071/di/ra
Prenant pour base le devenir des feuillets embryonnaires, ESSAI DE COMPARAISON DES CONCEPTIONS
l'auteur envisage une corrélation avec les six énergies ORIENTALES ET OCCIDENTALES DU SYSTEME
traditionnelles (Yang : Tai, Shao, Yang Ming ; Yin : Tai, Shao, NERVEUX. MOLINIER F. revue d'acupuncture veterinaire.
Jue). Dans un second temps, il s'intéresse à un mécanisme 1983;16:8-15 (fra).
d'action réflexe de la puncture, partant de l'origine
embryologique respective des divers récepteurs sensitifs. 118- gera: 4072/di/ra
Enfin, il propose une relecture de la symptomatologie attribuée [DISCUSSION SUR "MING MEN" SELON ZHANG JING
aux points d'acupuncture par les auteurs classiques, sous YUE]. MAO XIAO. zhejiang journal of traditional chinese
l'angle des hypothèses émises. medicine. 1983;18(11):509 (chi).

105- gera: 4059/di/cg 119- gera: 4092/di/ra


REINS YIN - REINS YANG. NGUYEN HUN GLAN. 2eme [ESSAI DE COMPREHENSION DE LA NATURE DES REINS
seminaire de la saa,bordeaux. 1983;149: (fra). ET DE SA PATHOLOGIE]. LI ZHAOHUA. journal of the
american college of traditional chinese medicine.
106- gera: 4060/di/ra 1983;3:82-100 (eng).
[ETUDE SUR LA DOCTRINE DES VISCERES DU POINT DE
VUE DE LA SYSTEMATOLOGIE]. MENG QINGYUN. journal 120- gera: 4116/di/ra
of new chinese medicine. 1983;15(1):5 (chi). [RATE, ESTOMAC ET INTESTINS]. CHEUNG CS ET AL.
journal of the american college of traditional chinese
107- gera: 4061/di/ra medicine. 1983;4:27-49 (eng).
LES ASPECTS STATIQUES ET DYNAMIQUES DES
"TISSUS ANATOMIQUES". DARRAS JC. acupuncture. 121- gera: 4121/di/ra
1983;75:35-6 (fra). LE MAITRE DU COEUR. SEDALLIAN JP. bulletin de
l'association des medecins acupuncteurs de bourgogne
108- gera: 4062/di/ra franche-comte. 1983;6:33-42 (fra).
[SUR LES DIFFERENCES ENTRE LES ESSENCES
VITALES DE POUMON-ESTOMAC, COEUR-RATE, ET 122- gera: 4124/di/ra
FOIE- REINS]. YU YONGHAO. journal of traditional [LE FOIE ET LA VESICULE BILIAIRE]. CHEUNG CS ET AL.
chinese medicine. 1983;24(4):6 (eng). journal of the american college of traditional chinese
medicine. 1983;2:30-44 (eng).
109- gera: 4063/di/ra
[SUR LE CERVEAU ET LA VOLONTE]. LI WEIXIAN. journal 123- gera: 4130/di/ra
of new chinese medicine. 1983;15(4):3 (chi). [L'HONORABLE COLON]. KAUFFMAN JD. journal of
traditional acupuncture. 1983;7(2):31-2 (eng).
110- gera: 4064/di/ra

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124- gera: 21682/di/ra [RELATION ENTRE LE CERVEAU ET LES MALADIES


IL CUORE NEL HUANG DI NEIJING SUWEN. DE DONATO RENALES SELON XIE CHANGREN]. LI HAORAN. journal
E. rivista italiana di agopuntura. 1983;46:79-83 (ita). of new chinese medicine. 1984;16(2):18 (chi).

125- gera: 4073/di/ra 137- gera: 4085/di/ra


[SUR LA BALANCE COEUR-YANG REIN-YIN]. ZHOU [OBSERVATIONS CLINIQUES SUR LES RELATIONS
CIQING. journal of shandong college of traditional chinese ENTRE LA MORPHOLOGIE DU PHILTRUM ET LE
medicine. 1984;8(1):1 (chi). DEVELOPPEMENT DE L'UTERUS]. QIN XUEYI. shaanxi
journal of traditional chinese medicine. 1984;5(3):11 (chi).
126- gera: 4074/di/ra
ESPLORAZIONE PRELIMINARE DELLA TEORIA DELLA 138- gera: 4086/di/ra
MEDICINA TRADIZIONALE CINESE "LA MILZA UNE ENTRAILLE CURIEUSE. KESPI JM. revue francaise
CONTROLLA LA DIGESTIONE E IL TRASPORTO". XA d'acupuncture. 1984;37:55-6 (fra).
XIANG ET AL. rivista italiana di medicina orientale. Nous présentons ici une observation qui nous semble
1984;5(1):29-7 (ita*). caractéristique d'une atteinte de vésicule biliaire en tant
Preliminary exploration of Chinese Traditional Medicine theory qu'entraille curieuse responsable de la pérénnité de l'être.
"spleen controls digestion and transport". According to
Chinese Traditional Medicine, Pi-Wei (spleen and stomach) 139- gera: 4090/di/ra
represents organs that product and transport fundamental PHYSIOLOGIE DES 5 ORGANES EN MEDECINE
substances (Qi and Blood) in the human body. Authors carried TRADITIONNELLE CHINOISE. LAFONT JL. bulletin de
out a series of clinical studies on patients with/without spleen l'association de recherche et d'etude des medecines de
deficiency, checking digestive system functions. l'asie. 1984;5:12-27 (fra).
L'auteur analyse successivement la physiologie des 5 organes
127- gera: 4075/di/ra en MTC d'après les citations du Da Cheng et Su Wen. Une
[EXPLORATION DE LA THEORIE DE LA MTC "XING SHEN mention spéciale concernant le Ming Men est analysée à
HE YI" (LE SOMA ET LE PSYCHE SE COMBINENT EN propos de la physiologie des reins.
UN)]. LI CONGIU. journal of zhejiang traditional chinese
medicine college. 1984;8(1):1 (chi). 140- gera: 4095/di/ra
[REIN YIN ET REIN YANG, LA SIGNIFICATION DE RANGU
128- gera: 4076/di/cg (2RN) EN THERAPEUTIQUE]. PIERS AD. british journal of
CINQ MOUVEMENTS, CINQ ORGANES ET PSYCHISME EN acupuncture. 1984;7(2):3 (eng).
ACUPUNCTURE. BANOS A. 3eme seminaire des
associations d'acupuncture du midi,nimes. 1984;:15 (fra). 141- gera: 4096/di/ra
Dans la première partie, l'auteur expose très schématiquement LE REIN, THEORIE, SEMIOLOGIE, CLINIQUE ET
la conception unitaire des chinois sur la structure de l'homme : THERAPEUTIQUE. WANG ZHANXI ET AL. meridiens.
elle est basée sur la notion de Tchi-énergie manifestée de 1984;67-68:109-158 (fra*).
façon plus ou moins matérialisée (Ying- Yang). La deuxième
partie porte sur les rapports des énergies organiques et 142- gera: 4097/di/ra
psychiques avec le Shen comme moyen d'union et le mode [FEU DU REIN ET MAITRE DU COEUR : CONCEPT ET
d'expression psychique relatif au fonctionnement des organes. DISCUSSION]. KLATE JS. journal of traditional
acupuncture. 1984;7(3):20-1 (eng).
129- gera: 4077/di/ra
[DISCUSSION SUR "LE FOIE, DE SUBSTANCE YIN, ET DE 143- gera: 4135/di/ra
FONCTION YANG"]. WANG YUSHENG. shaanxi journal of [LE TRIPLE RECHAUFFEUR, LIEN ENTRE L'HOMME ET
traditional chinese medicine. 1984;5(6):38 (chi). L'UNIVERS]. PIERS AD. british journal of acupuncture.
1984;7(2):15 (eng).
130- gera: 4078/di/ra
[SUR LA RATE-ESTOMAC YIN ET YANG ET LEURS 144- gera: 4136/di/ra
TRAITEMENTS]. WANG CHENDE. shaanxi journal of [RELATIONS ENTRE LE FOIE ET LES REINS ET
traditional chinese medicine. 1984;5(6):3 (chi). APPLICATIONS CLINIQUES]. LONG JIAJUN. zhejiang
journal of traditional chinese medicine. 1984;19(9):422
131- gera: 4079/di/ra (chi).
[ETUDE DE LA THEORIE DES VISCERES DE WENG
QINGREN]. DONG HANLIANG. shaanxi journal of 145- gera: 4137/di/ra
traditional chinese medicine. 1984;5(6):27 (chi). LES QUATRE COUCHES. DE L'HOMME G ET AL. revue
francaise d'acupuncture. 1984;39:27-33 (fra).
132- gera: 4080/di/ra Mode de description de l'atteinte du corps par les pervers de la
[DISCUSSION SUR LES RELATIONS ENTRE LES chaleur, la dialectique des quatre couches (Wei- Qi-Ying-Xue)
ORGANES DES SENS ET LES 5 ELEMENTS]. WU RUNQIU. est une classification de ces maladies en fonction de leur
zhejiang journal of traditional chinese medicine. gravité. De même que l'Occident classe les maladies
1984;19(5):193 (chi). infectieuses en fonction du germe en cause parce que les
médicaments occidentaux agissent sur les germes, de même
133- gera: 4081/di/ra la Chine classe ces maladies en fonction des modalités
[ACUPUNCTURE ET RAPPORT AVEC LES ORGANES ET réactionnelles des patients. Bien que plusieurs descriptions
LES SUBSTANCES CYTOPLASMATIQUES]. BUCHHEIT M. des quatre couches aient été faites, il ne semble pas que des
akupunktur. 1984;1:13 (deu). traitements acupuncturaux y aient été associés. C'est ce que
tente de réaliser ce travail.
134- gera: 4082/di/ra
[APPLICATION CLINIQUE DE LA THEORIE RATE- 146- gera: 4138/di/ra
ESTOMAC]. JIAO SHUDE. zhejiang journal of traditional [CONSIDERATIONS MEDICALES MODERNES SUR LES
chinese medicine. 1984;5(3):1 (chi). RELATIONS ENTRE POUMONS ET CIRCULATION DES
LIQUIDES]. MA JINQING ET AL. liaoning journal of
135- gera: 4083/di/ra traditional chinese medicine. 1984;8(11):40 (chi).
[SUR LA THEORIE SELON LAQUELLE "L'ENERGIE DU
FOIE CIRCULE LE LONG DU COTE GAUCHE DU CORPS 147- gera: 4139/di/ra
HUMAIN"]. YANG SHIXING. shaanxi journal of traditional [TOUS LES 5 ORGANES PLEINS SONT CLASSES EN YIN
chinese medicine. 1984;5(3):1 (chi). ET YANG]. KE XINQIAO. journal of shandong college of
traditional chinese medicine. 1984;8(3):27 (chi).
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148- gera: 4140/di/el


LES ASPECT ENERGETIQUES. NGUYEN VAN NGHI. in 160- gera: 4150/di/ra
medecine traditionnelle chinoise,marseille. 1984;:61-84 [POINT DE VUE SUR LA RATE-ESTOMAC DANS LE SHAN
(fra). HAN LUN]. YU QUNLI. journal of zhejiang traditional
chinese medicine college. 1985;9(1):9 (chi).
149- gera: 4141/di/ra
COEUR ET SHEN. LACOURTE B. revue francaise 161- gera: 4151/di/ra
d'acupuncture. 1984;40:29-37 (fra). [COMMENT CORRIGER L'ERREUR DE POSITION DES
Dans cet article il est fait une étude approfondie des concepts VERTEBRES DANS "MESURE DES OS" UN CHAPITRE DU
suivants en médecine chinoise traditionnelle : coeur, shen, jing LING SHU]. LIU MENG U. shanghai journal of traditional
shen, shen ming, orifices du coeur. A la lumière de cette chinese medicine. 1985;4:4 (chi).
analyse , nous pouvons mieux comprendre les maladies
mentales et certaines maladies neurologiques. 162- gera: 4152/di/ra
[LA RESPIRATION DE LA VIE, LES ENERGIES
150- gera: 4142/di/ra RESPIRATOIRES EN ACUPUNCTURE]. GOODMAN J.
FOIE ET METABOLISME. DE L'HOMME G. revue francaise british journal of acupuncture. 1985;8(1):4-8 (eng).
d'acupuncture. 1984;40:23-8 (fra).
Après un bref rappel des notions de Hun et de la fonction 163- gera: 4153/di/ra
"logistique" du foie, l'auteur expose : la physiologie du foie [LE CONCEPT DE POUMON EN MTC ET SES RELATIONS
dans le cadre du métabolisme de l'énergie, des eaux et des AVEC LES AUTRES SYSTEMES ORGANIQUES: 1)
grains, la physiopathologie des perturbations de cet organe, PHYSIOLOGIE]. ROSS J. british journal of acupuncture.
les divers tableaux cliniques possibles dont deux son 1985;8(1):12-7 (eng).
fondamentaux, stagnation et nouure de Qi du foie, insuffisance
du sang du foie. 164- gera: 4154/di/ra
[LA THEORIE RATE-ESTOMAC]. X. orientamenti mtc.
151- gera: 4143/di/ra 1985;2(3):179-90 (ita).
EAU-FEU ET TRIPLE RECHAUFFEUR (2). KESPI JM. revue
francaise d'acupuncture. 1984;40:15-22 (fra). 165- gera: 4156/di/ra
Le triple réchauffeur, émissaire du Ming Men, toile de fond sur [ETUDE SUR LES RELATIONS ENTRE LES ORGANES
laquelle se développe la vie manifestée, est le mécanisme qui INTERNES PAR LES MODIFICATIONS DE LA FONCTION
permet au couple Eau-Feu d'entretenir la vie des dix mille RESPIRATOIRE CHEZ LES PATIENTS ULCEREUX]. TAO
êtres. Enracinant ce triple réchauffeur dans la métaphysique ZHIDA. journal of new chinese medicine. 1985;17(6):8 (chi).
chinoise, nous comprenons que les trois réchauffeurs, et tous
leurs mécanismes physiologiques, témoignent, 166- gera: 4158/di/ra
fondamentalement de ce que le multiple de la manifestation, [INTRODUCTION A L'APPLICATION CLINIQUE DE LA
simultanément, est et n'est pas autre que l'un, et de ce que THEORIE RATE-ESTOMAC]. ZHANG XUENENG ET AL.
chaque être doit s'accomplir, dans l'essence, dans l'être, dans journal of traditional chinese medicine. 1985;26(9):13
l'indistinction primordiale antérieure à toutes les modalités. (eng).
Nous espérons montrer ici que la physique, et par là la
physiologie, s'enracinent dans la méthaphysique et nous 167- gera: 4159/di/ra
envisageons de montrer dans un prochain article comment [DISCUSSION SUR LE FOIE EST AU MOYEN
cette vision peut nous permettre de comprendre et de traiter RECHAUFFEUR]. JIANG JIANGUO. journal of shandong
des maladies graves, endocriniennes en particulier. college of traditional chinese medicine. 1985;9(4):7 (chi).

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LE MYTHE DE PROMETHEE ET LA SYMBOLIQUE DU [LES MALADIES DU FOIE SELON LA THEORIE DES 5
FOIE. BOIVIN R. bulletin de l'association des medecins ELEMENTS]. BING HENG LEE. pacific journal of oriental
acupuncteurs de bourgogne franche-comte. 1984;7:20-32 medicine. 1985;2(2):49-55 (eng).
(fra).
169- gera: 4162/di/ra
153- gera: 4146/di/ra PHYSIOLOGIE DU SHOU TAI-YANG ET DE SON VISCERE,
[POUMON]. CHEUNG CS ET AL. journal of the american L'INTESTIN GRELE. REQUENA Y. meridiens.
college of traditional chinese medicine. 1984;4:26-39 (eng). 1985;71(72):105-118 (fra*).

154- gera: 4147/di/ra 170- gera: 5194/di/ra


[COEUR]. CHEUNG CS ET AL. journal of the american [PHYSIOLOGIE ET PATHOLOGIE DU TRIPLE
college of traditional chinese medicine. 1984;4:40-58 (eng). RECHAUFFEUR]. DE SCHEPPER L. in acupuncture for the
practitioner,santa monica. 1985;:151-9 (eng).
155- gera: 4148/di/ra
[FEU DU REIN ET MAITRE DU COEUR : CONCEPT ET 171- gera: 7718/di/ra
DISCUSSION]. KLATE JS. journal of traditional [LES ORBES : COMMENT ELLES SERVENT A
acupuncture. 1984;7(3):20-1 (eng). STRUCTURER LES BASES FONDAMENTALES DE LA
MEDECINE CHINOISE]. PORKERT M. journal of traditional
156- gera: 18237/di/ra acupuncture. 1985;7(3):28-33 (eng).
RAPPORTS ENERGETIQUES ESTOMAC-RATE.
PONCHON. acupuncture. 1984;80:10-1 (fra). 172- gera: 18022/di/ra
YANG DU REIN, YIN DU REIN. DINOUART P. meridiens.
157- gera: 28908/di/tt 1985;69-70:113-120 (fra*).
AYURVEDA. THE SCIENCE OF SELF-HEALING. LAD V.
lotus press,wilmot. 1984;:176P (eng). 173- gera: 19076/di/ra
[CONCEPT SUR L'ENERGIE DE FOIE SE RELIE AUX
158- gera: 4087/di/ra YEUX]. SONG SHAOQI. journal of new chinese medicine.
TRIPLE RECHAUFFEUR. SEDALLIAN JP. bulletin de 1985;17(11):1 (chi).
l'association des medecins acupuncteurs de bourgogne
franche-comte. 1985;9:4-12 (fra). 174- gera: 19078/di/ra
PHYSIOLOGIE DU SHOU TAI-YANG ET DE SON VISCERE,
159- gera: 4098/di/ra L'INTESTIN GRELE. REQUENA Y. meridiens. 1985;71-
L'INCERTITUDE DE MING MEN. BEYENS F. revue belge 72:105-118 (fra).
d'acupuncture. 1985;30:3-4 (fra). La physiologie traditionnelle chinoise de l'intestin grêle a tout à

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gagner lorsqu'on la confronte à la physiologie occidentale du lequel l'expression symbolique ne pourrait exister. Dans ce
viscère. Les différents rôles que tient l'intestin grêle au sein du travail nous avons réalisé une vue d'ensemble des bases sur
triple réchauffeur s'intègrent en effet aux fonctions lesquelles s'appuient plusieurs civilisations traditionnelles
métaboliques de digestion, immunitaires d'élaboration des quant au symbolisme de la respiration. Nous constatons par
immuno-globulines dans les plaques de Peyer et de sécretion son étude l'universalité du "souffle" comme Principe Originaire
importante de la sérotonine. Schématiquement il ressort que la de la création de la vie du Cosmos et de l'être humain, mises à
première moitié du grêle se rattache au réchauffeur moyen part les expressions vernaculaires de chaque subtradition. Le
dont le rôle principal est la digestion et la séparation des langage analogique nous offre une double déduction. La
liquides en pur et impur. La partie terminale, par contre, dans nutrition respiratoire comme aliment de valeur yin, vu que le
son rôle de barrière immunitaire, s'intègre au réchauffeur corps est matière, absorbe l'oxygène atmosphérique ; et la
inférieur dans son pouvoir de défense en élaborant l'énergie valeur nutritive yang correspondant à l'absorption du qi,
Wei et le phlegme. Les effets de la rérotonine sécrétée par le aliment essentiel selon la Tradition pour nourrir le Principe
viscère éclairent enfin l'obscure notion de remontée des Vital qui réside dans notre intérieur et stimule l'éveil de la
liquides et des souffles par ce même conscience de l'homme. D'un autre côté, la respiration étant
un moyen efficace d'unification des "souffles internes" de
175- gera: 28436/nd/tt l'organisme, elle a été considérée de puis l'Antiquité comme
GRUNDLAGEN TIBETISCHER HEILKUNDE. BAND 2. que fonction organique pivot sur laquelle le symbolisme
FINCKH E. medizinisch literarische verlagsgesellschaft Traditionnel a construit d'importantes références
mbh, uelzen 1. 1985;:131P (deu). cosmologiques et cosmogoniques. Le mouvement rythmique
de la respiration est inhérent chez tous les êtres vivants. C'est
176- gera: 28906/di/tt en découvrant notre propre rythme respiratoire à tous niveaux
FOUNDATIONS OF TIBETAN MEDICINE (2). FINCKH E. que nous nous approchons de la source originaire de notre
element books,shaftesbury. 1985;:125P (eng). être : sentir la vie.

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PRECISIONS SUR LE ROLE DE L'ENTRAILLE VESSIE. LA THEORIE DU MING MEN. DUGAMIN D. memoire
AUTEROCHE B. actes du 5è seminaire saa, bordeaux. d'acupuncture,bordeaux 2. 1986;:52P (fra).
1985;MARS:63-70 (fra). Nous situons "le problème Ming Men", selon les conceptions
des auteurs anciens et contemporains. Nous relevons ses
178- gera: 4163/di/me manifestations cliniques, et ses applications thérapeutiques.
RELEXIONS SUR LES REINS EN MTC. PHAN-CHOFFRUT Enfin, nous nous proposons, d'essayer de mettre l'ensemble
F. memoire d'acupuncture,afa,paris. 1986;:33P (fra). des auteurs d'accord "sur le Ming Men", par un essai anatomo-
Dans une première partie, nous tentons d'éclaircir les notions physiologique basé sur : l'embryologie humaine, et la
de Reins Yin et Yang, racines des Reins, en relation avec les physiologie rénale.
notions de ciel antérieur, ciel postérieur, eau et feu
authentiques. Une deuxième partie décrit, alors, les relations 185- gera: 28614/di/tt
des reins avec les souffles dits héréditaires, donc avec les LA MEDECINE TIBETAINE BOUDDHIQUE ET SA
méridiens curieux. Puis, dans une troisième partie, nous PSYCHIATRIE. CLIFFORD T. dervy-livres,croissy-
décrivons leur rôle (seul connu en médecine occidentale) dans beaubourg. 1986;:339P (fra).
le métabolisme de l'eau. Nous abordons, ensuite, les
correspondances des reins, c'est-à-dire leurs rapports avec les 186- gera: 30101/di/ra
os, la moëlle, les cheveux, les oreilles et le poumon. Enfin, [ANALYSIS AND EVALUATION ON THE THEORIES OF
nous terminons par un chapitre traitant de la dialectique sur Zu "MING MEN"]. CHEN KEZHENG. beijing journal of
Shao Yin. traditional chinese medicine. 1986;(5):19-20 (chi).

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ALGUNAS CONSIDERACIONES ENERGETICAS EN [SIMPLE DISCUSSION ON "THE HEART OPENING INTO
TORNO AL TRIPLE RECALENTADOR (LOS TRES THE EAR"]. LIN TIANDONG. beijing journal of traditional
FOGONES). PADILLA JL. medicina tradicional china. chinese medicine. 1986;(5):21 (chi).
1986;14:27-9 (esp).
188- gera: 31403/di/ra
180- gera: 4165/di/ra [GENERAL DESCRIPTION ON YING SYSTEM OF SPLEEN].
LES DEUX ASPECTS DE L'ORGANE ET DE L'ENTRAILLE PAN WENKUI. shaanxi journal of tcm. 1986;7(2):51 (chi).
AU SEIN DU MC-TR. DARRAS JC. perspectives yin yang.
1986;27: (fra). 189- gera: 31485/di/ra
[NEW EXPLORATION FOR LIVER]. WU ZHENGZHI.
181- gera: 4166/di/ra shaanxi journal of tcm. 1986;7(7):289 (chi).
LE ROLE DES ORGANES AU SEIN DU MC-TR
L'ENERGETISATION ET LE CONTENU. DARRAS JC. 190- gera: 31502/di/ra
perspectives yin yang. 1986;27: (fra). [ON CHARACTERS OF ZANG AND FU]. WANG XUTONG.
shaanxi journal of tcm. 1986;7(8):337 (chi).
182- gera: 4167/di/ra
[RELATIONS ENTRE L'OREILLE ET LES POUMONS]. 191- gera: 31846/di/ra
WANG CHEQNG YING. journal of shandong college of [AN INVESTIGATION TO "LIVER IS RELATED TO EYES"].
traditional chinese medicine. 1986;10(2):9 (chi*). YUCHI JING. liaoning journal of traditional chinese
medicine. 1986;10(6):44 (chi).
183- gera: 19022/di/me
LE SYMBOLISME DE LA RESPIRATION SELON LA 192- gera: 32302/di/ra
TRADITION. ARMENGOL FUERTES T. memoire [EXPLORATION ON DIFFERENTIAL DIAGNOSIS AND
d'acupuncture,afa,paris. 1986;174:82P (fra). TREATMENT OF "NINE ORIFICES" FROM THE VIEW-
La tradition est faite de symboles, lesquels, après être passé POINT OF THE SPLEEN AND STOMACH]. XU FULIN, ET
par les tamis culturels propres à chaque civilisation, AL. journal of new chinese medicine. 1986;18(2):10 (chi).
configurent une connaissance millénaire et actuelle. Ce sont
les formes qui ont varié et non l'Essence. Les civilisations 193- gera: 32352/di/ra
traditionnelles se distinguent essentiellement par leur union [THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN THE KIDNEY AND THE
consciente avec la tradition primordiale, union sous-jacente et STOMACH]. SHEN ZUFA. journal of new chinese
manifestée dans l'application des principes transmis dans les medicine. 1986;18(6):5 (chi).
arts : architecture, médecine, musique, langue... La tradition
accepte un seul outil, celui du raisonnement analogique sans 194- gera: 32389/di/ra

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[THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN THE LUNG AND LARGE dans les textes médicaux classiques. Après un rappel de
INTESTINE]. WANG JIANPING. journal of new chinese l'importance du toit dans l'architecture chinoise traditionnelle,
medicine. 1986;18(10):4 (chi). sont envisagés les différents rapports du toit et du ciel : voie
du ciel, porte du ciel, lien aux ordonnances mensuelles et au
195- gera: 19601/di/me mandat du ciel. Ainsi, par analogie, les grandes fonctions du
LE FOIE EN MEDECINE TRADITIONNELLE CHINOISE. poumon peuvent-elles être quelque peu précisées.
GEORGET D. memoire d'acupuncture,afa,paris.
1987;:193P (fra). 203- gera: 21562/di/ra
POUMON ET LIQUIDES ORGANIQUES. TAILLANDIER J.
196- gera: 19840/di/cg revue francaise d'acupuncture. 1987;50:15-20 (fra).
A PARTIR DE LA 25ème DIFFICULTE DU NAN JING : Après un rappel de la physiologie des liquides organiques,
THEORIE MAITRE DU COEUR - TRIPLE RECHAUFFEUR. l'auteur étudie les relations entre l'organe poumon et les
YANG JIA SAN. in congres de vannes 1986,cercle liquides en physiologie et en pathologie. Enfin, il énumère les
sinologique de l'ouest,rennes. 1987;:2-10 (fra). points du méridien shou taiyin/poumon susceptibles d'avoir
une action thérapeutique sur les troubles liquidiens en rapport
197- gera: 19895/di/cg avec le poumon.
LE CERVEAU SELON LA TRADITION CHINOISE ET
RAPPORTS AVEC LA CONCEPTION OCCIDENTALE. 204- gera: 21563/di/ra
SERRES G. in xe congres mondial d'acupuncture,societe REIN ET JING. ANDRES G. revue francaise d'acupuncture.
internationale d'acupuncture,las vegas. 1987;:21-51 (fra). 1987;50:21-6 (fra).
Plan : 1) Philogénèse et ontogénèse du SN. 2) Le cerveau Qi Rein et "jing" (essence) sont en étroite relation dans la
Heng Zhi Fu ("Fu à l'extraordinaire pérennité"). 3) Le cerveau, physiologie chinoise, et le texte suivant essaye d'en dégager,
mer des moëlles. 4) Cerveau scientifique occidental. 5) au travers des classiques médicaux chinois, les données
Cerveau : ses relations avec les 5 Zang et particulièrement essentielles. Pour cela l'auteur étudie d'abord le "jing" puis ses
coeur et rein. 6) Cerveau : ses relations avec les méridiens. 7) relations avec le rein, enfin les différentes incidences
Trajet des méridiens principaux (VB, vessie) et des méridiens pathologiques.
extraordinaires (vaisseau gouverneur, Vaisseau conception).
8) Doctrine du sang et énergie et mesure du débit sanguin par 205- gera: 21564/di/ra
les isotopes radioactifs. 9) Le psychisme et localisations REIN ET ZHI. LACOURTE B. revue francaise
cérébrales de la d'acupuncture. 1987;50:27-35 (fra).
Cet article étudie les relations entre le Rein et le Zhi (vouloir).
198- gera: 20449/di/me Le Zhi appartient aux cinq Shen qui eux-mêmes font partie des
LES INTESTINS. AUZEAU MC. memoire esprits Qi Shen. Cet article souligne les liens existant entre
d'acupuncture,afa,paris. 1987;178:62P (fra). d'une part le sens de l'idéogramme Zhi et d'autre part le rôle
Dans un premier temps, GI et IG sont d'abord étudiés partant ministériel du rein, le Jing et la maîtrise du Jing et enfin la
de leur nom, de leur anatomie, de leurs correspondances, sagesse. L'insuffisance du zhi est responsable de tableaux
avec étude de la symptomatologie dans les textes anciens et psychiatriques : indécision, obsession, hallucinations. Elle est
tableaux cliniques des textes modernes, correspondant aux parfois due à une atteinte du Yin Weimo. L'excès de Zhi est
différentes fonctions. Dans un deuxième temps nous avons responsable de Jue (perte de conscience sans paralysie) ou
étudié certains points d'acupuncture, et tenté de les faire de troubles psychiatriques. En thérapeutique nous avons
correspondre à chaque fonction intestinale : GI est chargé des évoqué le point 52V, logis du Zhi; certains points Qi;
transmissions et acheminements, (Chuan Dao) (3VG), est le l'utilisation du
terme des transformations (26 ZYgM), est chargé de
l'évacuation des déchets (25 ZTYg). Autres points étudiés : 25 206- gera: 21565/di/ra
ZuYgM, 37ZuYgM. IG reçoit et plénifie (Shou Cheng) (4RM), DE LA VESSIE. DEJAULT M. revue francaise
les choses transformées en sortent (Hua Wu). Autres points d'acupuncture. 1987;50:37-44 (fra).
étudiés : 39ZuYgm, 27ZTYg, 24ZYgM, 9VC. Cet article fait le point sur différentes opinions à propos du rôle
physiologique attribué à l'entraille vessie à partir du chapitre
199- gera: 20510/di/ra VIII du Suwen. Il montre ensuite à travers l'étude des
COMPARATIVE PHYSIOLOGY ON "THE LUNG CONTROLS différentes fonctions de la vessie son importance dans la
THE SKIN AND HAIR". LAI-TIEN MD. american journal of physiologie de l'organisme.
chinese medicine. 1987;15(1-2):13-18 (eng).
"Le Poumon gouverne la peau et aux cheveux" est une théorie 207- gera: 22218/di/ra
de la MTC. Dans la perspective d'une physio-logie comparée, RECUEIL DES TEXTES SUR MINGMEN (1). FRANZINI S.
nous avons recherché des interrelations entre la peau et revue francaise d'acupuncture. 1987;51:21-32 (fra).
l'organe, et nous l'avons trouvé dans l'eau. La respiration du L'auteur présente en traduction personnelle un recueil complet
poisson se fait par une structure anatomique dérivée de des textes médicaux chinois sur mingmen, c'est-à- dire sur la
l'organe embryonnaire qui a donné la peau. Bien que les génération, l'animation, la vitalité. Partant des textes
amphibiens aient un poumon, leur respirar-tion se fait pour les canoniques antiques, on atteint rapidement ceux du 16° siècle,
2/3 à travers leur peau. Les mammifères et les êtres humains époque à partir de laquelle les textes abondent, pour
respirent avec leurs poumons : en fait, les échanges gazeux constituer le volume principal de ce recueil.
s'opè-rent à travers une mince couche liquide sur la surface
des alvéoles pulmonaires. Ainsi, le Poumon est dérivé de "la 208- gera: 22709/di/ra
peau et les LA NOTION DE TRANSFORMATION. ROUAM F. revue
francaise d'acupuncture. 1987;52:7-17 (fra).
200- gera: 21008/di/cg La rate est le viscère qui préside aux changements et aux
CLINICAL OBSERVATIONS OF THE SANJIAO. TADILLA JL transformations. Ces mécanismes sont décrits par les deux
ET AL. in compilation of the abstracts of acupuncture and termes chinois bian et hua. L'article étudie la signification de
moxibustion papers , beijing. 1987;:84 (eng). ces caractères en fonction de quelques contextes où ils sont
utilisés, précisant ainsi le sens de cette fonction de la rate.
201- gera: 21302/di/cg
SUBSTANCE OF TRIPLE HEATER SYSTEM. TOHAKU 209- gera: 22713/di/ra
ISHII. in compilation of the abstracts of acupuncture and RECUEIL DES TEXTES SUR MINGMEN (2). FRANZINI S.
moxibustion papers, beijing. 1987;:254 (eng). revue francaise d'acupuncture. 1987;52:43-51 (fra).
L'auteur présente en traduction personnelle un recueil complet
202- gera: 21561/di/ra des textes médicaux chinois sur mingmen, c'est-à- dire sur la
LE POUMON, TOIT DES VISCERES. ROUAM F. revue génération, l'animation, la vitalité. Partant des textes
francaise d'acupuncture. 1987;50:7-13 (fra). canoniques antiques, on atteint rapidement ceux du XVIe
Le poumon est traditionnellement appelé toit des viscères siècle, époque à partir de laquelle les textes abondent pour

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constituer le volume principal de ce recueil. (Début du recueil 223- gera: 30946/di/ra


dans la revue n°51). [ON DISPERSING AND DISCHARGING FUNCTIONS OF
THE LIVER]. GU HUGUANG. shandong journal of
210- gera: 23874/di/ra traditional chinese medicine. 1987;6:2 (chi).
SIGNIFICADO Y FUNCION DE LA VESICULA BILIAR.
PADILLA JL ET AL. medicina tradicional china. 1987;32:33- 224- gera: 31115/di/ra
7 (esp). [TALK OF THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE SPEEN-STOMACH
THEORY]. LI SHIJUN ET AL. journal of zhejiang tcm
211- gera: 24001/di/ra college. 1987;5(11):7 (chi).
FISIOLOGIA DELLA VESCICA BILIARE. MOLLARD
BRUSINI Y. quaderni di agopuntura tradizionale. 1987;8(1- 225- gera: 31611/di/ra
4):7-16 (ita). [ON "THE LIVER AS A RIGID ORGAN"]. YUE-HUA LU.
shaanxi journal of tcm. 1987;8(2):65 (chi).
212- gera: 24067/di/ra
ON THE TWO SYSTEMS OF THE TRIPLE-BURNER. LING 226- gera: 31696/di/ra
YAOXING. international conference on tcm and [ON ORIGIN AND DEVELOPMENT OF THE THEORY OF
pharmacology,shanghai. 1987;:65-7 (eng). THE DIGESTIVE SYSTEM]. TANG YIXIN ET AL. shaanxi
journal of tcm. 1987;8(7):316 (chi).
213- gera: 24076/di/ra
THE ROLE OF THYROID HORMONE IN THE 227- gera: 31717/di/ra
RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN THE KIDNEY OF TCM AND THE [MODERN RESEARCH ON THE CONNECTION OF
EAR. ZENG ZHAOLING ET AL. international conference on INTERNAL ORGANS WITH EXTERNAL EXTREMITIES BY
tcm and pharmacology,shanghai. 1987;:85-7 (eng). CHANNELS (1)]. CHEN KEQIN. shaanxi journal of tcm.
1987;8(8):370 (chi).
214- gera: 24082/di/ra
SKELETAL MUSCLE FUNCTION IN PATIENTS WITH 228- gera: 31729/di/ra
ACUTE RESPIRATORY DISEASE : THE RELATION [ON EXTRAORDINARY ORGANS]. SUN YINGJIE. shaanxi
BETWEEN SPLEEN-STOMACH AND LUNG. DING-GUO YU journal of tcm. 1987;8(10):450 (chi).
ET AL. international conference on tcm and
pharmacology,shanghai. 1987;:102 (eng). 229- gera: 31935/di/ra
Chez les sujets avec affection respiratoire aigüe (pneumonie, [THEORETICAL INVESTIGATION ON "CLEARING THE
asthme, insuffisance respiratoire aigüe) et dénutrition (atteinte HOLLOW VISCERA (FU) TO TRANQUIL THE SOLID
de la rate) on observe une diminution des fonctions du muscle VISCERA (ZHANG)"]. LI XIAOJUN ET AL. liaoning journal
adductor pollicis par rapport of tcm. 1987;11(3):6 (chi).

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"SHEN" (KIDNEY) LESIONS ATTACKED BY ACUTE [ON THE "GALLBLADDER" IN "WU ZANG BIE LUN" (A
INJURY AND CHRONIC DISEASE. KUANG DIAOYUAN ET CHAPTER IN "CANON OF INTERNAL MEDICINE") THE
AL. international conference on tcm and GALLBLADDER IN THE "PERICULIAR HOLLOW*]. ZHAO
pharmacology,shanghai. 1987;:127-9 (eng). YOUCHEN. liaoning journal of tcm. 1987;11(9):9 (chi).

216- gera: 24099/di/ra 231- gera: 32118/di/ra


EXPERIMENTAL STUDY ON THE THEORY OF "THE NOSE [ON LUNG PROMOTING DIURESIS]. LI SHIDIAN ET AL.
IS THE ORIFICE OF THE LUNG". LI HAO ET AL. journal of shandong college of traditional chinese
international conference on tcm and medicine. 1987;11(4):24 (chi).
pharmacology,shanghai. 1987;:137 (eng).
232- gera: 32493/di/ra
217- gera: 24729/di/el [TWO-WAY REGULATION OF THE LUNG TO THE
THE ZANG-FU ORGANS. CHENG XINNONG. in chinese URINARY BLADDER]. WANG CHUNSHENG. journal of
acupuncture and moxibustion, foreign languages press, *. new chinese medicine. 1987;19(6):6 (chi).
1987;:22-45 (eng).
233- gera: 32637/di/ra
218- gera: 25115/di/cg [PRELIMINARY DISCUSSION OF THE RELATIONSHIP
THE RESEARCH OF CENTRAL MECHANISM IN THE BETWEEN THE ESSENCE OF THE SAYING IN TCM THAT
RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN THE VISCERA AND THE BODY "THE LUNG HELPS THE HEART TO PUMP BLOOD"*.
SURFACE. ZHANG LIYING ET AL. selections from article WANG QIANG ET AL. journal of beijing tcm college.
abstracts on acupuncture and moxibustion, beijing. 1987;3:13 (chi).
1987;:422 (eng).
234- gera: 32658/di/ra
219- gera: 25116/di/cg [BRIEF COMMENTS ON THE SYSTEM OF MING YUAN
APPROACH TO THE THEORY OF ACUPOINT AND SAN JIAO OF NAN JING]. YAN JIANHUA. journal of beijing
ZANGFU CORRELATION. CAO QINGSHU ET AL. tcm college. 1987;5:19 (chi).
selections from article abstracts on acupuncture and
moxibustion, beijing. 1987;:423 (eng). 235- gera: 32659/di/ra
[ANALYSIS OF THE DISCUSSION ON KIDNEY IN THE WEN
220- gera: 30002/di/ra BING TIAO BIAN]. YANG JIN. journal of beijing tcm
[YANG OF KIDNEY, YIN OF KIDNEY AND QI OF KIDNEY]. college. 1987;5:22 (chi).
CHEN KEZHENG. acta medica sinica. 1987;2(2):7-8 (chi).
236- gera: 32723/di/ra
221- gera: 30340/di/ra [DISCUSSING RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN VISCERA AND
[MATERIAL NASE OF KIDNEY FUNCTION IN TCM]. HE TU]. YU MENG CHUN. breath exercice (an exercice for
ZHANG TONYGUI. fujian journal of traditional chinese health and longevity). 1987;8(7):322 (chi).
medicine. 1987;18(3):4-8 (chi).
237- gera: 32927/di/ra
222- gera: 30803/di/ra [THE DISCRIMINATION OF LUNG YANG]. ZHOU YI-
[A PRELIMINARY STUDY ON TCM WITH THE DISSIPATIVE GRANG. zhejiang journal of traditional chinese medicine.
STRUCTURE]. JU YUE-YUN ET AL. journal of traditional 1987;22(11):509 (chi).
chinese medicine. 1987;3(1):10-2 (eng).
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[NARRATION ON "KIDNEY IS CONCERNED WITH THE début du XVIIème siècle. (Début du recueil dans la revue n°
EXTERIOR OF THE BODY"]. LIU JIAYI. hubei journal of 51).
traditional chinese medicine. 1987;1:2 (chi).
250- gera: 25635/di/ra
239- gera: 33200/di/ra [STUDY IN ZANG FU DEPEND ON SYSTEM MODEL]. MA
[EXPLORATION ON THE THOUGHT OF "HEART DUAN JIANG. journal of shandong tcm college.
ASSOCIATED WITH KIDNEY" IN "ON FEBRILE DISEASE"]. 1988;12(4):31-50 (chi).
TAN YUNLIANG. hubei journal of traditional chinese
medicine. 1987;4:2 (chi). 251- gera: 25657/di/ra
RECUEIL DES TEXTES SUR MINGMEN. FRANZINI. revue
240- gera: 33221/di/ra francaise d'acupuncture. 1988;56:29-34 (fra*).
[PRELIMINARY NARRATION ON SPEEN-STOMACH L'ateur poursuit en traduction pesonnelle la présentation des
THEORY IN "GOLDEN CHAMBER"]. WANG ZIMO. hubei textes médicaux chinois sur mingmen. Partant de la fin du
journal of traditional chinese medicine. 1987;6:2 (chi). XVIIè siècle, les textes rassemblés ici atteignent la première
moitié de notre XXè siècle et développent un certain
241- gera: 22835/di/ra rationalisme critique et anatomiste. Les points d'acupuncture
[DISCUSSION ON THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN KIDNEY appellés mingmen (VG 4 et VC 5) ainsi que les valeurs du
AND EAR IN TCM]. SUN QIXIN. acta medica sinica. terme mingmen rencontré dans les textes pédiatriques, seront
1988;3(3):9-13 (chi*). présentés ultérieurement.

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[SUMMARY OF DEVELOPMENT IN THE RESEARCH ON RECUEIL DES TEXTES SUR MINGMEN. FRANZINI S.
THE KIDNEY (CONTINUE)]. SHEN ZIYIN. acta medica revue francaise d'acupuncture. 1988;55:23-29 (fra*).
sinica. 1988;3(3):56. (chi). L'auteur poursuit la présentation en traduction personnelle des
textes chinois sur mingmen. Cette partie clôt les importantes
243- gera: 23482/di/cg contributions de Zhang Jiebin sur le sujet, du début du
REFLEXIONS SUR LE FOYER CENTRAL. LAFONT JL. la XVIIème siècle.
revue des seminaires d'acupuncture de l'afera. 1988;3:19-
40 (fra). 253- gera: 26504/di/ra
L'auteur envisage l'étude du foyer central en se basant sur la RECUEIL DES TEXTES SUR MINGMEN. FRANZINI S.
description des 3 foyers proposée par le chapitre 18 du Ling revue francaise d'acupuncture. 1988;57:37-46 (fra*).
Shu. Ce chapitre concentre les 3 foyers au niveau de
l'estomac et leur attribue essentiellement un rôle d'assimilation 254- gera: 26835/di/me
et de distribution de l'énergie d'origine alimentaire. L'INTESTIN GRELE DANS LE SU WEN. HEMON M.
Abandonnée par la suite, cette conception particulière memoire d'acupuncture, nimes. 1988;:57P (fra).
présente néanmoins de multiples intérêts, tant par le rôle Ce mémoire regroupe les passages du Su Wen concernant
essentiel qu'elle attribue à l'estomac et à la rate dans intestin grêle et son méridien Shou Tai Yang, et les analyse
l'économie générale de l'organisme, que par les associations d'un point de vue médical. Y sont abordés la physiologie, la
de points qu'elle suggère pour traiter les sémiologie et la thérapeutique.

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PHYSIOLOGIE DU TRIPLE RECHAUFFEUR. DARJANA S. [THE KNOWLEDGE OF BLOOD VESSELS IN LUN HENG
memoire d'acupuncture, bordeaux 2. 1988;:33P (fra). (WRITTEN BY WANG CHONG IN THE HAN DYNASTY) AND
Le triple réchauffeur joue un rôle fondamental dans l'entretien ITS SIGNIFICANCE IN MEDICAL HISTORY]. MAO LIANG.
de la vie en assurant la régulation des viscères dans leur chinese journal of medical history. 1988;18(3):135 (chi).
fonction d'assimilation, de transformation et d'élimination des
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SIGNIFICADO Y FUNCION DE LA VESICULA BILIAR A
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EL BAZO : EL SIGNIFICADO DE SU IDEOGRAMA.
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SANJIAO (TR) ET SYSTEME LYMPHATIQUE (DANS LES
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YANG BAIRU ET AL. revue francaise de mtc. 1988;130:216- [THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN THE ZANG AND THE
21 (fra). FIVE ELEMENTS OR THE TASTE ETC. (II)]. WANG
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CERVEAU ET MOELLE. KESPI JM. revue francaise 260- gera: 33904/nd/re
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la pathologie du cerveau et de la moëlle en médecine YUCHUAN. journal of beijing college of tcm. 1988;3:5 (chi).
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[DISCUSS ON THE DIFICIENCY OF LUNG'S
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AL. journal of beijing college of tcm. 1988;3:20 (chi). 1988;4(4):24-11 (chi).

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[STUDY ON THE NAME AND MEANING OF THE GATE OF [NEW TEXTUAL CRITICISM OF "MING-MEN" THEORY
LIFE IN NEIJING]. JANHUA Y. journal of beijing college of (CONTINUED I)]. MENG NAI CHANG. shanxi journal of
tcm. 1988;5:15-20 (chi). traditional chinese medicine. 1988;4(5):14-6 (chi).

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[STUDY IN ZANG FU DEPEND ON SYSTEM MODEL]. MA [NEW TEXTUAL CRITICISM OF MING MEN (THE GATE OF
DUAN JIANG. journal of shandong college of tcm. VITALITY) THEORY. FORMING AMONG ACADEMIC
1988;12(4):31-50 (chi). CONTROVERSY FOR TWO THOUSAND*]. MENG NAI
CHANG. shanxi journal of traditional chinese medicine.
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[BRIEF TALK OF THEORY OF THE VITAL PORTAL OF
ZHAO XIANKE IN MING DYNASTY]. ZHANG ZHIYUAN. 279- gera: 80167/di/ab
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[ON THE SYMPTOM OF INTERIOR HEAT AND DAMPNESS A PROPOS DE QUELQUES TERMES USUELS
DUE TO DEFICIENCY OF YIN]. XIAO XIANG RU. liaoning CONCERNANT LE COEUR. PERREIN JB. annales de la
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[STUDY ON THE NAME AND MEANING OF THE GATE OF ORGANOS Y ENTRAÑAS. VERGARA A ET AL. medicina
LIFE IN NEIJING]. YAN JANHUA. journal of beijing college tradicional china. 1988;43:20-23 (esp).
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282- gera: 25551/di/ra
268- gera: 51595/di/ra [APPROACHING THE RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN THE
[TO OBSERVE THE RELATION BETWEEN "KIDNEY" AND LESIONS OF TESTIS AND THE "SHEN" ATTACKED BY
EAR IN TCM FROM THE EFFECT OF THYROID HORMONE ACUTE INJURY AND CHRONIC DISEASE]. KUANG
UPON AURICULAR FUNCTION]. ZENG ZHAOLIN ET AL. DIAOYUAN ET AL. chinese journal of integrated traditional
shanghai journal of traditional chinese medicine. 1988;9:2- and western medicine. 1989;9(1):103 (chi*).
4 (chi).
283- gera: 25706/di/ra
269- gera: 51696/di/ra [EXPLORATION BETWEEN SHEN AND EAR BY
[EXPERIMENTAL INVESTIGATION ON "THE LUNG AND AUDITIONAL DETERMINATION OF RENAL DISEASE
THE LARGE INTESTINE SHARE AN EXTERIOR-INTERIOR PATIENTS]. WANG JINGXIAN ET AL. chinese journal of
RELATIONSHIP". FENG XUERUI ET AL. tianjin journal of integrated traditional and western medicine. 1989;9(2):91-
traditional chinese medicine. 1988;4:16-20 (chi). 92 (chi*).

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[TREATING DISEASE OF STOOL AND URINE FROM CHINESE MEDICINE FROM THE CLASSICS. THE LUNG.
LIVER. YANG XIAN HUAN. zhejiang journal of traditional LARRE C ET ROCHAT DE LA VALLEE C. the international
chinese medicine. 1988;23(6):249-51 (chi). register of oriental medicine,east grinstead. 1989;:86P
(eng).
271- gera: 53102/di/ra
[BRIEF TALK OF THEORY OF THE VITAL PORTAL OF 285- gera: 28204/di/tt
ZHAO XIANKE IN MING DYNASTY]. ZHANG ZHIYUAN. ORGANES ET ENTRAILLES EN MEDECINE
journal of zhejiang traditional chinese medical college. TRADITIONNELLE CHINOISE. ROSS J. france-medic,
1988;12(4):6-11 (chi). valenciennes. 1989;:318P (fra).

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[THE DISCUSSION ON THE FUNCTION SERVED BY [TRIAL DISCUSSION ON "XIN SHEN XIANG JIAO" (HEART
HEART IN WATER METABOLISM]. FU YAN LING. liaoning AND KIDNEY INTERSECT EACH OTHER) THEORY
journal of traditional chinese medicine. 1988;12(10):7-10 (RECORD IN STONE ROOM) APPLIED AMONG]. ZHANG
(chi). SHAO SHUN. shanxi journal of tcm. 1989;5(3):46 (chi).

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[LIVER SERVING TO ACTIVATE THE VITAL ENERGY OF [DISCUSSION ON "THE CHEST" NOT "IN CHEST"]. SAN-
OTHER ORGANS]. YE XIANGQUAN. shaanxi traditional HU W. henan traditional chinese medicine. 1989;9(3):2-3
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[ON BALANCE OF HEART-KIDNEY AND TREATMENT OF [PRELIMINARY EXPLORATION ON THE LIVER IS OF
HEART-KIDNEY IMBALANCE]. JU WENHAN. shandong BASIC IMPORTANCE TO MOVEMENT]. LIAN QUN L.
journal of traditional chinese medicine. 1988;5:2-3 (chi). henan traditional chinese medicine. 1989;9(4):2-3 (chi).

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["LUNGS ARE ABOVE THE SOURCE OF THE RIVER" AND [CLINICAL APPLICATIONS OF THE TRIPLE-WARMER
IT'S CLINICAL SIGNIFICANCE]. ZHANG YONGHONG. THEORY IN ACUPUNCTURE TREATMENT]. LIFANG T.
shandong journal of traditional chinese medicine. journal of traditional chinese medicine. 1989;30(8):12-3
1988;6:10-5 (chi). (eng).

276- gera: 53536/di/ra 290- gera: 34451/di/ra


[NEW TEXTUAL CRITICISM OF MING-MEN (THE GATE OF [TALK ABOUT THE CLINICAL UNDERSTANDING ON THE
VITALITY) THEORY. FORMING AMONG ACADEMIC EXTERIOR AND INTERIOR RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN THE
CONTROVERSY FOR TWO THOUSAND *]. MENG NAI LUNG AND LARGE INTESTINE]. ZE-SHEN P. jiangxi
CHANG. shanxi journal of traditional chinese medicine. journal of traditional chinese medicine. 1989;20(3):16. (chi).

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rivista italiana di agopuntura. 1989;65:25-9 (ita).


291- gera: 35049/di/ra
[THE EXPLORATION AND LABORATORY STUDY OF THE 302- gera: 83822/di/ra
THEORY "THE LIVER BEING IN CHARGE OF THE EYES"]. EL BAZO EN LA MTC. MARTINEZ BARRIOS. medicina
PENG QING HUA ET AL. liaoning journal of traditional tradicional china. 1989;44:3-10 (esp).
chinese medicine. 1989;13(4):11-7 (chi).
303- gera: 83837/di/ra
292- gera: 35162/di/ra INTRODUCCION AL ESTUDIO DEL UTERO (I). PADILLA JL.
[NEW EXPLANATION TO SANJIAO IN NEIJING]. QIAN medicina tradicional china. 1989;47:6-7 (esp).
BINGQIANG. new journal of traditional chinese medicine.
1989;21(3):12-4 (chi). 304- gera: 60261/di/ra
[KIDNEY-FLUID AND FIRE FROM THE GATE OF LIFE, YIN-
293- gera: 35445/di/ra YANG COMPLEX]. DING JIAN GUO. henan traditional
[KNOWLEDGE OF BRAIN IN TRADITIONAL CHINESE chinese medicine. 1990;10(2):2-9 (chi).
MEDICINE]. SUN ZHAOVEN. shaanxi traditional chinese
medicine. 1989;10(10):453-460 (chi). 305- gera: 60269/di/ra
[EXPLORATION ON THE LIVER IS OF BASIC
294- gera: 50135/di/ra IMPORTANCE TO MOVEMENT]. DU TINGGUI ET AL.
[AN ELEMENTARY INTRODUCTION TO THE DIAGNOSIS henan traditional chinese medicine. 1990;10(1):10-2 (chi).
AND TREATMENT OF BALANCE BETWEEN THE LUNG
AND THE STOMACH]. YUAN SHANGHUA. journal of 306- gera: 60695/di/ra
beijing college of traditional chinese medicine. 1989;4:8-13 [AN EXPERIMENTAL STUDY ON THE THEORY OF "THE
(chi). LUNG AND THE LARGE INTESTINE ARE INTERIOR-
EXTERIORLY RELATED". EFFECT OF DA CHENG QI DE].
295- gera: 50233/di/ra HAN GUODONG ET AL. journal of traditional chinese
[ANALYSIS OF THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN THE medicine. 1990;31(2):48-50 (eng).
FUNCTION OF THE SPLEEN AND STOMACH AND TRACE
ELEMENTS IN CHILDREN]. MENG ZHONGFA. jiangsu 307- gera: 60798/di/ra
journal of traditional chinese medicine. 1989;10(12):31-6 [ON QI XUE AND YIN YANG OF THE VISCERA]. WU
(chi). DUNXU. acta medica sinica. 1990;5(2):9-11 (chi).

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[A TALK ON "ALL THE BLOOD VESSELS MEET IN THE [VISCERAL MANIFESTATION AND VISCERAL
LUNGS"]. CHEN MING. henan traditional chinese MANIFESTATION THEORY]. LIU CHENGCAI. journal of
medicine. 1989;9(6):5-7 (chi). shandong college of traditional chinese medicine.
1990;14(3):7-10 (chi*).
297- gera: 50563/di/ra
[STUDY ON BASIC THEORY AND CLINICAL 309- gera: 61015/di/ra
SIGNIFICATION OF SPIRIT IN THE HUANG DI'S CANON [DISCUSSION ON LIVER FUNCTION OF FREEING AND
OF INTERNAL MEDICINE]. YANG BAOQIN ET AL. beijing DISCHARGING VITAL ESSENCE]. MENG LINGJUN. journal
journal of traditional chinese medicine. 1989;5:29-0 (chi). of shandong college of traditional chinese medicine.
1990;14(3):15-27 (chi*).
298- gera: 80181/di/ra
[TRANSPORTING SPLEEN TO FREE LIVER]. SHI DAZHUO 310- gera: 61025/di/ra
ET AL. journal of shandong tcm college. 1989;13(5):17-32 [METABOLISM OF HEART AND FLUID]. ZHANG ANLING.
(chi). journal of shandong college of traditional chinese
medicine. 1990;14(2):13-7 (chi).
299- gera: 80303/di/ra
ANALYSE DES ZANG-FU. BOURSE JF ET AL. folia 311- gera: 61063/di/ra
sinotherapeutica. 1989;2:15-20 (fra). [THE EXPLAIN OF THE THEORY OF "PI JI"]. PAN WENKUI.
journal of beijing college of traditional chinese medicine.
300- gera: 80354/di/me 1990;2:14-6 (chi).
LE TAI YIN. GIBET J ET GOMMEZ ME. memoire
d'acupuncture, afa, paris. 1989;199:118P (fra). 312- gera: 61243/di/ra
Le Tai Yin, étudié à partir de textes anciens, est abordé sous [APPROACH TO STRATEGIES AND METHODOLOGY OF
différents aspects tels que le Yin dans le Yin, le plus grand STUDY ON THE NATURE OF LIVER OF TCM]. JIN
Yin, Tai-Yin - centre - carrefour, ou Tai-Yin ouverture. Nous le YIQIANG. chinese journal of integrated traditional and
restituons ensuite comme l'une des six énergies ainsi que western medicine. 1990;10(2):114-15 (chi).
dans le cycle des méridiens. Considérant l'homme, nous
envisageons : le Tai-Yin à travers les méridiens qui sont liés 313- gera: 61287/di/ra
puisqu'ils sont une façon de préciser le trajet du Tai-Yin dans [ANALYSIS OF LUNG BEING IN CHARGE OF CLEARING
l'homme, qu'il s'agisse des deux méridiens qui portent son AND REGULATING WATER PASSAGE]. WANG QIANG.
nom ou des méridiens curieux "Très Yin" qui en subissent beijing journal of traditional chinese medicine. 1990;5:19.
l'influence (Chong-Mai - Ren-Mai - Yin-Mei) ou encore des (chi).
méridiens qui sont en relation avec lui (relation Biao-Li ou
points de rencontre). Le Tai-Yin à travers les viscères qui lui 314- gera: 61491/di/ra
sont liés (poumons - rate); et ce qu'évoque le Tai-Yin dans la [ANALYSIS OF "THREE JIAO" OF "ON FEBRILE
physiologie : l'entretien de la vie, les liquides organiques, la DISEASES"]. GU RUISHEN. journal of zhejiang college of
répartition de l'eau, les articulations, les muqueuses digestives traditional chinese medicine. 1990;14(5):4-8 (chi).
et respiratoires, la nutrition, la respiration, le sang par rapport
au Qi. Le rôle de communication du Tai- Yin-ouverture, avec 315- gera: 61500/di/ra
son retentissement sur la peau, la sexualité. Plus [ON SIMILARITY BETWEEN TRI-JIAO AND
particulièrement, nous nous intéressons au développement de ENDOCRINIUM]. WU YIMIN. liaoning journal of traditional
l'axe Tai-Yin chez l'enfant. Enfin, nous abordons la pathologie chinese medicine. 1990;14(10):1-6 (chi).
liée au Tai-Yin et le
316- gera: 61794/di/ra
301- gera: 80783/di/ra [A DISCUSSION ON "THE KIDNEY GOVERNS STORAGE"].
MOVIMENTI ENERGETICI LOCALI COME BASE REN ZHANMIN. new journal of traditional chinese
VISCERALE DELLE EMOZIONI. BORGONUOVO R ET AL. medicine. 1990;22(6):12. (chi).

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ce qui reliait et ce qui différenciait le viscère rate, le méridien


317- gera: 62044/di/ra zu tai yin et l'axe tai yin. Le viscère rassemble ce qui apparaît
[A SUPERFICIAL UNDERSTANDING ON LI CHAN'S IDEA dans une communauté de Qi au niveau de l'être humain. La
OF "CORRESPONDENCE ALONG THE VISCERA"]. JING rate recèle l'essence de la terre dans l'homme. Elle est : - terre
YAN. liaoning journal of traditional chinese medicine. au centre des 4 orients : - terre de ciel - terre ; - terre : humus ;
1990;14(5):1-2 (chi*). - terre : territoire ; - terre des wu yun. La terre est le lieu où se
déroule la vie. La rate va permettre le passage à l'expérience
318- gera: 62121/di/ra de la vie. Le méridien : est voie d'accès au viscère et outil du
[PRELIMINARY EXPLORATION ON "LIVER IN CHARGE OF viscère dans une gestion quotidienne de Qi, du sang, de
URINE"]. LI XINNENG. shanghai journal of traditional liquides organiques. Le zu tai yin va concrétiser la fonction de
chinese medicine. 1990;7:39-41 (chi). transport de la rate au niveau de la circulation du Qi et du
sang. Le grand méridien : exprime de grands mouvements
319- gera: 62663/di/ra universels de vie. Tai yin (grand yin - 3ème yin - mère -
[BRIEF DESCRIPTION ON ZHANG ZHONGJING'S VIEW OF ouverture - surface) actualise le grand mécanisme vital :
TRIPLE BURNER]. GU RUISHENG. shanghai journal of accueillir. Des applications pratiques ont été tirées de ces
traditional chinese medicine. 1990;11:37-9 (chi). données par l'étude de certains

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[THE RELATION OF STOMACH TO KIDNEY AND ITS NOUVELLE EXPLICATION DU TRIPLE RECHAUFFEUR.
APPLICATION TO CLINICAL DIAGNOSIS AND YANG BAI RU. 2eme congres mondial d'acupuncture et
TREATMENT]. MENG SHUJIANG ET AL. journal of moxibustion, paris. 1990;:178. (fra).
traditional chinese medicine. 1990;31(11):4-11 (eng).
330- gera: 82549/di/ra
321- gera: 62812/di/ra RESEARCHING THE BODY-MIND-SPIRIT CONNECTION.
[SURVEY ON PROVED EFFECTIVE CASES BASED ON RESEARCH CONFERENCE REPORT. HOW CAN A
THE THEORY OF CONVERGENCE OF VESSELS IN THE RESEARCH STUDY ENCOMPASS THE COMPLEXITIES OF
LUNG]. WANG YUSHENG. liaoning journal of traditional BODY-MIND-SPIRIT MEDICINE ?. DIENSTFREY H. journal
chinese medicine. 1990;14(10):4-9 (chi). of traditional acupuncture. 1990;11(2):21-32 (eng).

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[POLARITY AND LIFE GATE, SOURCE QI, TRIPLE II TRIPLICE RISCALDATORE NELLO SVILUPPO. DUBOIS
HEATER SYSTEM]. YAN JIANHUA. acta medica sinica. J. rivista italiana di medicina tradizionale cinese.
1990;5(6):11-3 (chi*). 1990;4:11-6 (ita).

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[ANALYSIS OF TRIPLE-WARMER THERAPY IN EXTERNAL EL CEREBRO. PALACIO DE LA MENTE. SAENZ DE
TREATMENT THEORY]. WANG GUANGHUANG. journal of JUANO AMPARO ET AL. medicina tradicional china.
zhejiang college of traditional chinese medicine. 1990;56:27-33 (esp).
1990;14(6):32-43 (chi).
333- gera: 83903/di/ra
324- gera: 63824/di/ra EL ESPIRITU DEL CORAZON. FERNANDEZ RODRIGUEZ
[ON FOUR GREAT DEVELOPMENT OF THE THEORY OF M. medicina tradicional china. 1990;56:13-18 (esp).
THE SPLEEN AND STOMACH]. LI SHIYAO. shaanxi
traditional chinese medicine. 1990;11(1):21 (chi). 334- gera: 83906/di/ra
APLICACIONES CLINICAS DEL SANJIAO. JIMENEZ A.
325- gera: 63936/di/ra medicina tradicional china. 1990;56:19-23 (esp).
[PRELIMINARY APPROACH ON THE RELATION OF THE
SEVEN-APERTURES AND THE BODY]. LIAN ZENGLIN. 335- gera: 83907/di/ra
shaanxi traditional chinese medicine. 1990;11(8):355 (chi). ESTUDIO DEL SAN JIAO. MAGAZ K. medicina tradicional
china. 1990;56:24-26 (esp).
326- gera: 81133/di/me
LES VISCERES DANS LE LING SHU TRADUIT PAR MING 336- gera: 83919/di/ra
WONG. HUYNH KINH KHA. memoire d'acupuncture, afa, ESTUDIO SOBRE ORGANOS Y ENTRAÑAS. DIAZ
paris. 1990;: (fra). GALLEGO A. medicina tradicional china. 1990;59:21-34
Ce mémoire a pour finalité la reproduction des phases du Ling (esp).
Shu traduit par Ming Wong concernant les viscères. Il
témoigne de l'importance fondamentale des Zang Fu et dans 337- gera: 83925/di/ra
la physiologie chinoise. Le lecteur trouvera des informations RECOMPOSICION DEL SANJIAO. CARBONELL J.
sur : la place des viscères, leur rapport avec les méridiens et medicina tradicional china. 1990;60:14-27 (esp).
les points Shu antiques ; leurs correspondances (saisons,
éléments...) ; les couplages, les pouls ; la participation des 338- gera: 28934/di/ra
viscères dans l'entretien de la vie (formation du Qi, Xue, INTESTIN GRELE. FLOCK A. annales de la societe
Jing...) ; la pathologie (attaque par les pervers, les Jue, Bi et d'acupuncture d'aquitaine. 1991;9:1-13 (fra).
stases, relâchements, abcès, tumeurs, pathologie du Shen,
Dian, mélancolie...). 339- gera: 29380/di/me
LA VESICULE BILIAIRE EN MEDECINE TRADITIONNELLE
327- gera: 81217/di/ra CHINOISE. MAIRE B. memoire d'acupuncture, afa, paris.
THE USE OF THE SAN JIAO THEORY IN CLINICAL 1991;:242P (fra).
PRACTICE. TIAN LI LAO ET AL. journal of chinese L'objet de cet exposé est de préciser les fonctions
medicine. 1990;34:20-2 (eng). fondamentales de la vésicule biliaire, sa pathologie et son
traitement par l'étude des textes chinois classiques. La
328- gera: 81556/di/me vésicule biliaire Dan est le seul viscère appartenant à deux
REFLEXION SUR RATE ZU TAI YIN ET TAI YIN. BARRY J catégories différentes. Dans la première partie, la vésicule
ET AL. memoire d'acupuncture, afa, paris. 1990;: (fra). biliaire est étudiée en tant que Fu dans son couplage avec le
La médecine chinoise regroupe un ensemble de données Foie. Dans la deuxième partie, la vésicule biliaire, recel de
dans des entités, qu'elle nomme viscères (Zang et Fu), Jing est étudiée en tant qu'"entraille extraordinaire" liée à la
méridiens, grands méridiens et auxquels elle accorde plus ou pérennité couplée avec l'Utérus Nu Zi Bao. La vésicule biliaire
moins d'importance, suivant les époques et les entre dans un
commentateurs. Ce travail s'est proposé de mieux comprendre

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340- gera: 62362/di/ra model which can response to the active processes of life of
[NATURAL NUMBER IN CHANGE THEORY AND human body.
REFERRED SYMPTOMS OF VISCERA IN TCM]. WANG MEI
ZHU ET AL. acta chinese medicine and pharmacology. 347- gera: 64960/di/ra
1991;1:1-3 (chi). [A RESTRICTING THEORY OF ZANG AND FU]. ZHAO
CHONGXUE. acta medica sinica. 1991;6(5):5 (chi*).
341- gera: 63523/di/ra The conception, mechanism, characteristics and clinical
[THE FORMATION OF VISCERA-STATE DOCTRINE OF significance of the restricting theory of Zang and Fu (Viscera)
TCM FIVE ELEMENTS AND ITS METHODOLOGICAL have been discused in this article, and an idea of which the
SIGNIFICANCE]. LIU KEXUN. traditional chinese medicinal restricting is the lead side of self-steady regulation and the
research. 1991;4(2):3 (chi*). restricting limitation of Zang and Fu have been raised. And that
Drawn support from analogy of five elements, viscera-state the restricting theory of Zang and Fu was applied in clinic has
doctrine of TCM five elements came into being. It was not been expounded in detail.
audio-visual organ function systems, but it was an ideal model
of the abstract function attribute. It contained the concept of 348- gera: 65116/di/ra
viewing the situation as a whole and synthetical method, and [BIOCHEMICAL FOUNDATION OF THE THEORY OF THE
made complicate life system simplification and purification. So KIDNEY CONTROLLING THE EAR. CHANGES OF IRON
its methodological significance was very important. The author CONTENT AND ENZYMES CONTAINING IRON IN THE
indicated that studying viscera-state doctrine of five elements, INTERNAL EAR OF THE RAT WITH IRON-DEFICIENCY
its methodology would be paid attention to. KIDNEY ASTHENIA*]. SUN AIHUA ET AL. journal of
traditional chinese medicine. 1991;32(3):44 (eng).
342- gera: 63638/di/ra
[MODERN EXPLANATION ON NOMENCLATURES OF 349- gera: 65183/di/ra
BONES IN ANCIENT MEDICAL BOOKS]. SHI LANHUA ET [ANALYSIS OF MARROW THEORY IN NEIJING]. ZHANG
AL. knowledge of ancient medical literature. 1991;2:30 ZUOJI. shanghai journal of traditional chinese medicine.
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[FORMATION AND DEVELOPMENT OF FUNCTIONS OF [DEALING WITH THE BRAIN GOVERNING THE VISCERA
FIVE SOLID ORGANS]. LIU CHENGCAI. journal of BUT NOT BELONGING THE VISCERA]. LIU XIANGFA.
shandong college of traditional chinese medicine. practical journal of integrating chinese with modern
1991;15(5):11 (chi*). medicine. 1991;4(10):582 (chi).
Visceral manifestations are an important part of the TCM
theoretical system with the theory of the functions of five solid 351- gera: 65264/di/ra
organs, which was established in "Internal Classic", as its core. [BRIEF DISCUSSION ON BRAIN GOVERNING SHEN
The formation of visceral manifestations is based on the MING]. JIANG WEI. shaanxi traditional chinese medicine.
ancient anatomic knowledge, observation on the physiological 1991;12(10):452 (chi).
and pathological phenomena of the human body and the
clinical practice. However, the method of knowing the internal 352- gera: 65265/di/ra
changes from their outward manifestations played a leading [APPROACH TO THE RELATION OF BRAIN AND FIVE
role in the formation of the theory of visceral manifestations. ZHANG]. XIE JIANGUO. shaanxi traditional chinese
The theory of the functions of the five solid organs, through the medicine. 1991;12(10):454 (chi).
supplementary and development of "Classic of Difficult Medical
Problems" and the physicians throughout the history, became 353- gera: 65287/di/ra
more and more complete gradually and finally developed into a [ON THE THEORY OF BOTH THE BRAIN AND HEART
scientific and complete theory constituting the visceral CONTROLLING MENTAL AND EMOTIONAL ACTIVITIES].
manifestations in TCM. XU GUOGENG. new journal of traditional chinese
medicine. 1991;23(10):6 (chi).
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[STUDY OF SAN JIAO]. ZHAO YUZHEN. acta chinese 354- gera: 65288/di/ra
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LIN ZHENGMING. new journal of traditional chinese
345- gera: 64928/di/ra medicine. 1991;23(10):8 (chi).
[CLINICAL PRACTICE OF SPLEEN-STOMACH THEORY
AND BUZHONGYIQI DECOCTION]. YANG WEIYI. acta 355- gera: 65864/di/ra
medica sinica. 1991;6(3):3 (chi*). [ON STUDY OF LIFE GATE BY YANG SHANGSHAN]. ZHU
The Spleen-Stomach theory of Li Dongyuan was derived from WEICHANG. shanghai journal of traditional chinese
Canon of Internal Medicine. He considered that the damage of medicine. 1991;4:44 (chi).
Spleen-stomach qi is the most important cause of diseases,
and the meaning of Spleen-stomach qi is not only available to 356- gera: 65885/di/ra
spleen and stomach, but also other viscera. The [ON THE SCIENTIFIC SPIRIT OF THE THEORY "BONE
representative decoction of tonifying qi of Li Dongyuan is BEING GOVERNED BY THE KIDNEY" BY STUDYING THE
Buzhongyiqi decoction. It can cure different syndromes of QUANTITATIVE REGULARITY OF MINERAL SUBSTANCE
deficient qi. This article suggested the indications of IN THE BONE]. DING GUIZHI ET AL. hubei journal of
Buzhongyiqi decoction, and reported several effective cases traditional chinese medicine. 1991;2:27 (chi).
by using this decoction.
357- gera: 65972/di/ra
346- gera: 64959/di/ra [ON THE RELATION OF HEART AND KIDNEY]. LIU
[A FORMING PROCESS AND ESSENCE ANALYSIS OF QINSHE. shaanxi traditional chinese medicine.
VISCERAL MANIFESTATION THEORY]. CHEN LIGUO. acta 1991;11(4):163 (chi).
medica sinica. 1991;6(5):3 (chi*).
The understanding and forming processes of the visceral 358- gera: 66025/di/ra
manifestation theory have been discused in this article based [EXPLORATION OF THE MECHANISM OF "THE UPWARD
upon the theory form of "Suwen Liujie Zang Xiang Lun" and FUNCTIONAL LIVER AND THE DOWNWARD FUNCTIONAL
the other chapters. It is considered that the visceral LUNG"]. CHAI KEFU. jiangsu journal of traditional chinese
manifestation is neither substantial anatomic organs, nor medicine. 1991;12(6):34 (chi).
tissue forms in light of the theories of Yinyang and Five
Phases. It is an entity of form and function during the 359- gera: 66141/di/ra
processes of qi vaporization. And it is a forming and functional [ON CLINIC SYNDROME. TREATMENT AND THE

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GALLBLADDER AND THE STOMACH]. CAI KEQUN. 368- gera: 145020/di/re
shaanxi traditional chinese medicine. 1991;12(9):409 (chi). ANATOMETRICS IN ANCIENT CHINA. Yamada K. chinese
science. 1991;10:35-52 (eng*).
360- gera: 66142/di/ra
[DISCUSSION ON THE PHYSIOLOGICAL RELATIONSHIP 369- gera: 36021/di/ra
BETWEEN THE GALLBLADDER AND THE STOMACH]. XU DARSTELLUNG DER EINZELNEN ORBES
YOUQI. shaanxi traditional chinese medicine. ("FUNKTIONSBEREICHE") IN DER CHINESISCHEN
1991;12(9):409 (chi). MEDIZIN (TEIL 3 : DER ORBIS LIENALIS UND ORBIS
STOMACHI, GENANNT DIE "MITTE"). HEMPEN CH.
361- gera: 66216/di/ra chinesische medizin. 1992;7(2):32-45 (deu*).
[EXPLORATION ON THE TCM THEORY OF THE BRAIN This article describes the pathological deviations of the
AND THE SPINAL CORD]. ZHANG XUELIANG. journal of "middle", which are characterised by the close relation of
zhejiang college of traditional chinese medicine. inanitas with the splenetic orb as well as repletio with the
1991;15(4):4 (chi). stomach orb. More over it gives the therapeutical concepts as
there are Acu-Moxi-therapy, drug therapy and classical
362- gera: 82830/di/me prescriptions.
PIEDS,REINS,OREILLES,RELATIONS SYMBOLIQUES ET
ENERGETIQUES. PAULIEN I. memoire d'acupuncture 370- gera: 36024/di/ra
afa,paris. 1991;:35P. (fra*). DARSTELLUNG DER EINZELNEN ORBES
Les relations existant entre les pieds, les reins et les oreilles ("FUNKTIONSBEREICHE") IN DER CHINESISCHEN
vont être étudiées tout d'abord sous leurs aspects MEDIZIN (TEIL 3 : DER OFBIS LIENALIS UND ORBIS
symboliques. La médecine chinoise va en illustrer les liens STOMACHI, GENANNT DIE "MITTE"). HEMPEN CH.
énergétiques à travers les textes, à travers la notion de chinesische medizin. 1992;7(1):1-8 (deu*).
création attribuée à la fonction de conservation du rein. Le Description of the Different Orbs in Chinese Medicine (Part 3:
trajet et la symptomatologie des points du méridien du rein Splenetic and Stomach orb, also called ",the middle") The
vont évoquer les liens existant avec les pieds et les oreilles. author describes the so-called , "medial orbs" or "the middle"
Une observation clinique sera présentée en mainly referring to their Yin and Yang aspects (the splenetic
and the stomach orb). In doing this, the main interest is
363- gera: 82853/di/el directed to the energetic qualities of these medial orbs as
MODERN INVESTIGATION ON THE NATURE OF PI manifested in the interaction of all the
(SPLEEN) IN TRADITIONAL CHINESE MEDICINE. WANG
JIANHUA. recent advances in chinese herbal 371- gera: 36045/di/ra
drugs,science press,beijing. 1991;:30-9 (eng). A SACRED SYMBOL OF AN ORGAN ASSOCIATED WITH
BIRTH RESEMBLING OMEGA. MAHDIHASSAN S.
364- gera: 82854/di/el american journal of chinese medicine. 1992;20(2):195-204
INVESTIGATION OF THE ESSENTIAL ROLE OF THE (eng).
"KIDNEY" OF TCM IN HEALTH AND DISEASE. SHEN ZIYIN
ET AL. recent advances in chinese herbal drugs,science 372- gera: 36051/di/ra
press,beijing. 1991;:40-6 (eng). MING MEN. OBSERVING "THE GATE OF LIFE" IN THE
Based on the above-mentioned results. we came to the QIGONG STATE. GU LIFANG. journal of chinese medicine.
conclusion that the main functional and metabolic changes of 1992;40:31-2 (eng).
DKYa are disorders in the hypothalamus- pituitary-target
glands, especially disorders in the hypothalamus. Thus, one of 373- gera: 36260/di/ra
the functions of the Kidney in TCM corresponds to the L'ORGANE RATE ET LE MERIDIEN ZU TAIYIN.
neuroendocrine system in modern medicine. TCM developed AUTEROCHE B. folia sinotherapeutica. 1992;11:23-5 (fra).
much earlier than Western medicine. It identifies sickness by
deducing the physiological function from the macroview. On 374- gera: 36321/di/ra
the other hand, Western medicine developed on the DARSTELLUNG DER EINZELNEN ORBES
foundation of modern science. By experimental research, it ("FUNKTIONSBEREICHE") IN DER CHINESISCHEN
identifies sickness from the microview. If we elucidate the MEDIZIN (TEIL 4 : DER ORBIS CARDIALIS). HEMPEN CH.
syndromes or disease patterns of TCM in modern scientific chinesische medizin. 1992;7(3):55-61 (deu*).
language and introduce the microview of laboratory- [Description of the different orbs in chinese medicine (Part 4 :
examination methods into the process of differentiation cardiac orb).] The author describes in detail the cardiac orb,
diagnosis, we would promote the development of TCM theory which is qualified as Yang major (great Yang). In doing this, he
and emphasizes the importance of the several spiritual forces
known in TCM and their correspondence to the cardiac
365- gera: 83316/di/ra
DARSTELLUNG DER EINZELNEN ORBES 375- gera: 36434/di/ra
("FUNKTIONSBEREICHE") IN DER CHINESISCHEN DARSTELLUNG DER EINZELNEN ORBES
MEDIZIN (TEIL 2 : DER ORBIS PULMONALIS. DER ORBIS ("FUNKTIONSBEREICHE") IN DER CHINESISCHEN
PULMONALIS (FUNKTIONSBEREICH DER "LUNGE"). MEDIZIN (TEIL 4 : DER ORBIS CARDIALIS). HEMPEN CH.
HEMPEN CH. chinesische medizin. 1991;6(3):59-65 (deu*). chinesische medizin. 1992;7(4):90-104 (deu*).
Introducing the Five Fundamental Orbs (Yin-orbs) the author Description of the different orbs in chinese medicine (part 4 :
outlines the functions of the pulmonal orb which is qualified as cardiac orb). This article describes the pathological deviations
"lesser yin" (yin minor). Apart from describing this orb he deals of the cardiac orb as well as the therapeutical concepts as
with the physiological and energetic there are acu-Moxi-therapy, drug-therapy and classical
prescriptions.
366- gera: 83671/di/ra
DARSTELLUNG DER EINZELNEN ORBES 376- gera: 36440/di/ra
("FUNKTIONSBEREICHE") IN DER CHINESISCHEN IL RENE : EMBRIOGENESI, NASCITA, SVILUPPO E
MEDIZIN (TEIL 2 : DER ORBIS PULMONALIS) GOVERNO DELL'ORGANISMO. UN TENTATIVO DI
PATHOLOGIE,KLINIK UND THERAPIE. HEMPEN CH. INTEGRAZIONE TRA MEDICINA CINESE E MEDICINA
chinesische medizin. 1991;6(4):91-106 (deu*). OCCIDENTALE. SOTTO L. rivista italiana di agopuntura.
[Description of the different orbs in chinese medicine]. 1992;75:19-46 (ita).

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LA RESPIRACION. DE LA TORRE A. medicina tradicional THEORETICAL STUDY ON PSYCHOLOGICAL
china. 1991;71:33-43 (esp). CONCEPTION OF MAN EXPRESSED IN NEIJING SUWEN

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symposium on the trend of research in acupuncture,
roma. 1992;:185 (eng). 387- gera: 39144/di/ra
[OBSERVATION AND STUDY OF ESSENCE ON "TRIPLE
378- gera: 36747/di/ra WARMER]. CHENG ZIMIAN ET AL. henan traditional
LA VESICULE BILIAIRE AU CENTRE DU TERRITOIRE. chinese medicine. 1992;12(1):10 (chi).
KESPI JM. revue francaise d'acupuncture. 1992;72:21-8
(fra*). 388- gera: 39417/di/ra
Nous envisageons ici la vésicule biliaire dans sa fonction [ON THE SUPERFICIES MANAGED BY HEART AND
centrale et la situons par rapport au coeur et à la rate. Nous LUNG]. HUANG JINCHANG. shaanxi traditional chinese
étudions ensuite les relations de la vésicule biliaire avec les medicine. 1992;13(3):113 (chi).
autres viscères Zang et Fu. Nous posons enfin le problème
des points qui régissent les fonctions et surtout les interactions 389- gera: 42802/di/ra
de la vésicule biliaire. [DOUBTS ABOUT "GALLBLADDER-QI ASCENDING IN
SPRING"]. LIU YANGYUAN. journal of beijing college of
379- gera: 36748/di/ra traditional chinese medicine. 1992;15(4):17 (chi*).
REIN ET PSYCHISME. LACOURTE B. revue francaise The author questioned the validity of Li Dongyuan' s saying
d'acupuncture. 1992;72:31-7 (fra*). "Gallbladder-Qi ascending in spring" : (a) Li's saying was not
Cet article décrit les sentiments chez l'homme sain et l'homme consistent with the viscera-state doctrine of The Yellow
malade. Les effets de la peur sont mis en relation avec les Emperor' s Internal Classic (b) according to the theory about
fonctions ministérielles du rein. Les situations familiales ascending-descending and coming-going out of viscera Qi, it is
rendant les enfants vulnérables à la peur sont présentées. Une normal for Liver-Qi to ascend and for Gallbladder-Qi to
analyse du Zhi termine cette étude. descend ; (c) when treating a gallbladder disease, it's right to
descend gallbladder-Qi ; (d) the effect of the drugs in the
380- gera: 36857/di/ra prescriptions created by Li were just to ascend Liver-Yang. So
PURPOSE, ELATION, AND THE PANCREAS. DAN the saying should be corrected to "Liver-Qi ascending in
BENSKY. american academy of medical acupuncture spring".
review. 1992;4(2):24-8 (eng).
390- gera: 42918/di/ra
381- gera: 36889/di/ra [CHEN XIUYUAN'S VIEWPOINT IN THE SPLEEN AND
BIBLIOGRAFIA INTERNACIONAL DE MEDICINA CHINA KIDNEY]. WANG ZIQIANG. fujian journal of traditional
SOBRE LOS ZHANG-FU (ORGANOS Y ENTRAÑAS). chinese medicine. 1992;23(3):31 (chi).
CENTRO DOCUMENTACION DEL GERA. medicina
holistica, revista de medicinas complementarias. 391- gera: 43180/di/ra
1992;31:15-9 (esp). [ON THE FUNCTION OF LUNG'S PAI ZHUO]. LIU JINGREN.
Bibliografía comentada de 29 trabajos sobre la teoría básica shaanxi traditional chinese medicine. 1992;13(6):256 (chi).
en MTCH de los Zhang-Fu, Organos y entranas.
392- gera: 43207/di/ra
382- gera: 36894/di/ra [STUDY ON THE THEORY OF RELATED IN HEART AND
MAESTRO DEL CORAZON. ESCUELA NEIJING. medicina GALLBLADDER]. LU SHU. shaanxi traditional chinese
tradicional china. 1992;75:9-14 (esp). medicine. 1992;13(7):304 (chi).

383- gera: 36901/di/ra 393- gera: 43215/di/ra


QUERIDA AGUA. EL RIÑON Y LA VEJIGA. ESCUELA [EXPLORATION ON THE IDEA "ALL THE ELEVEN
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JIAXI ET AL. journal of traditional chinese medicine.
384- gera: 36909/di/ra 1992;33(7):9 (eng).
SOBRES LAS FORMAS DE ENFERMAR DE LOS
ORGANOS Y ENTRAÑAS. ESCUELA NEIJING. medicina 394- gera: 43832/di/ra
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TWELVE SKIN AREAS]. LI ZHIMIN. journal of traditional
385- gera: 39086/di/ra chinese medicine and chinese materia medica. 1992;5:1
[OBSERVATION ON THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN (chi).
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ACCORDING TO ITS CHARACTERISTICS]. ZHU 395- gera: 43841/di/ra
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traditional chinese medicine and chinese materia medica.
386- gera: 39116/di/ra 1992;5:45 (chi).
[KIDNEY VISCERA AS A FUNCTIONAL SUBSYSTEM OF
THE BODY MA SHURAN]. MA SHURAN. journal of 396- gera: 43916/di/ra
shandong college of traditional chinese medicine. [DYNASTIC CHANGES AND FIVE ZANG ORGANS
1992;16(1):11 (chi*). SACRIFICE ARE THE ERROR OF MEDICAL HISTORY
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medicine in the structure sense, neither is the kidney in TCM of traditional chinese medicine. 1992;15(5):12 (chi*).
equal to the function of that in western medicine. The kidney in The Author considers that Confucianist and medical man both
TCM is concerned with various organs in the structure and use Five Elements Theory as the means of reasoning, but their
function, but it can not be regarded as the structure and access and purpose are different. If Five Zang Organs
function or the combination of them. The kidney in TCM has sacrifice and dynastic changes are related to five Zang Organs
the higher tissue formation consisting of some functional items corresponding to Five Elements confusedly, the research work
of various organs, the functional structure, which is a subtital of medical history will go
system of the entire functional of the body. The kidney in TCM
represents the deeper structure formation and the contents of 397- gera: 43918/di/ra
physiology and pathology. It is not only deep but also correct in [APPLICATION OF THE THEORY OF ASCENDING AND
sense. Clarification of the nature of the kidney viscera as a DESCENDING TO LUNG DISEASE]. WU WEIPING ET AL.
functional subtital system of the whole body will assist us in journal of beijing college of traditional chinese medicine.
upholding advantages of the diagnosis and treatment of kidney 1992;15(5):21 (chi).
viscera diseases, in deepening the study of the kidney viscera
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[STUDY OF CONCEPT AND NUMBER OF ZANG-FU OF CHARGE OF THE EAR AND THE EAR AS THE WINDOW
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beijing college of traditional chinese medicine. of traditional chinese medicine. 1993;20(4):12 (chi).
1992;15(5):24 (chi*).
During the period of Cannon of Medicine, there were different 410- gera: 38056/di/ra
views on the concept and number of Zang-Fu organs, and [EFFECT OF CENTRAL NUCLEAR BALL ON
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extraordinary organs, eleven Zang Fu organs and twelve ORGANS]. ZHANG LIYING ET AL. shanghai journal of
Zang-Fu organs etc. The article discusses these theories and traditional chinese medicine. 1993;4:48 (chi).
thinks that they are the products in the development of Zang-
Fu organs theory, and are the theories of different schools 411- gera: 38174/di/ra
about the problems of Zang- [DISCUSS ON THE BRAIN WOULD BE ZANG (TCM)].
DUAN QIANXUN. shaanxi traditional chinese medicine.
399- gera: 43938/di/ra 1993;14(3):112 (chi).
[EXPLORATION ON THE VISCERAL LOCATION OF
"RIGHT LUNG AND LEFT LIVER"]. HONG LIU ET AL. 412- gera: 38319/di/ra
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SIGNIFICANCE]. ZHENG YILUN. journal of zhejiang
400- gera: 43973/di/ra college of traditional chinese medicine. 1993;16(6):1 (chi).
[PRELIMINARY EVALUATION OF SUBSTANCE OF
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401- gera: 44250/di/ra pharmacy. 1993;8(1):11 (chi*).
[NEW ADVANCE OF VISCERAL THEORY IN SONG
DYNASTY]. YAN XIN. shanghai journal of traditional 414- gera: 38512/di/ra
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[DISCUSSION OF RELATION BETWEEN LUNG AND
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GOVERNO DELL'ORGANISMO. RELAZIONE
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1992;16(6):2 (chi*).
Visceral is related with its state, and state is stressed. In 416- gera: 46071/di/ra
ancient times, visceral state was recognised as follows : [PROGRESS OF STUDIES ON RELATION BETWEEN
viscera = viscera and fu organs visceral state. Viscera was an KIDNEY AND EAR IN TRADITIONAL CHINESE MEDICINE].
anatomic idea of organs of the body, morphosis stressed. ZENG ZL . chinese journal of integrated traditional and
Visceral-fu organs were based on biological phenomena, western medicine. 1993;13(2):119-21 (chi).
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Visceral state was based on the idea of correspondence 417- gera: 46228/di/ra
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to understand and grasp the essence of visceral state. THE LIVER]. CHEN JIAXU. journal of zhejiang college of
traditional chinese medicine. 1993;17(3):50 (chi).
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[DISCUSSION ON THE MICROCIRCULAR SUBSTANCE OF
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421- gera: 46736/di/ra
408- gera: 10338/di/ra [THEORY OF "CORRESPONDENCE OF THROAT AND
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The concept of organ differs in Traditional Chinese Medicine 422- gera: 47138/di/ra
(TCM) than in occidental Medicine. In TCM the organ is known [THE ACTION OF THE SPLEEN AND STOMACH ON THE
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Hearth master, Lung, Kidney, Spleen) , and the Yang ones (chi).
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424- gera: 47250/di/ra POTENTIAL DETERMINATION IN CHRONIC RENAL
[A DISCUSSION ON ZHAO XIAN-KE'S ACHIEVEMENT OF FAILURE AND MAINTENANCE HEMODIALYSIS
RESEARCH ON THE THEORY OF VITALITY GATE IN PATIENTS]. FAN YA-PING ET AL. chinese journal of
HUANG-DI NEI JING]. XU QI. shanxi journal of traditional integrated traditional and western medicine.
chinese medicine. 1993;9(4):2 (chi). 1994;14(4):220 (chi*).
Brainstem auditory evoked potentials (BAEP) were measured
425- gera: 47328/di/ra in 20 chronic renal failure patients and 8 maintenance
[RESEARCH INTO RELATION BETWEEN NINE ORIFICES hemodialysis patients. The BAEP in chronic renal failure
AND INTERNAL ORGANS]. YANG XU ET AL. acta chinese patients was showed that wave I, III, V peak latencies (PL) and
medicine and pharmacology. 1993;4:5 (chi). I-III, I-V interpeak latencies (IPL) were markedly increased.
The significant reductions, although not to normal, of wave III,
426- gera: 47730/di/ra IV PL and I-III, I-V IPL were recorded in postdialysis (average
[SIMPLE DISCUSSION ON LUNG BEING IN CHARGE OF 4. 2 months) compared with that in predialysis. A correlation
SKIN]. OU YANGBIN. beijing journal of traditional chinese analysis revealed no consistent relationships between plasma
medicine. 1993;3:15 (chi). proteins, hemoglobin, urea, creatinine serum electrolytes and
BAEP PL or IPL. The authors realize that BAEP could be used
427- gera: 47956/di/ra as a subjective index in deciding the inner ear and nervous
[THE ADVANCE OF STUDY ON THE KIDNEY DOMINATES system damage in chronic renal failure, and it also provided an
THE EARS]. XIA JINPING. the practical journal of electrophysiologic evidence for the relationship of Kidney and
integrating chinese with modern medicine. 1993;6(10):615 ear in traditional Chinese
(chi).
436- gera: 48597/di/ra
428- gera: 48574/di/ra [SUN YIKUI'S THEORY OF "THE GATE OF LIFE AND THE
[A DISCUSSION ON ZHAO XIAN-KE'S ACHIEVEMENT OF TRIPLE WARMER" AND ITS CLINICAL APPLICATION]. CUI
RESEARCH ON THE THEORY OF VITALITY GATE IN TIANYUE. shanxi journal of traditional chinese medicine.
HUANG-DI NEI JING]. XU QI. shanxi journal of traditional 1994;10(4):2 (chi).
chinese medicine. 1993;9(4:2 (chi).
437- gera: 48617/di/ra
429- gera: 84496/di/ra [CONCEPT IN THE LIFE GATE]. PAN WENKUAI. shanxi
[THEORY ON THE SPLEEN AND STOMACH AND ITS journal of traditional chinese medicine. 1994;10(6):8 (chi).
CLINICAL APPLICATION]. JIWU W ET AL. journal of
shandong college of tcm. 1993;17(3):9 (chi). 438- gera: 49390/di/ra
[TCM KNOWLEDGE OF BRAIN ANATOMICO-
430- gera: 11185/di/ra PHYSIOLOGICAL EFFECT]. LI RUKUI. shanghai journal of
L'AMBASSADEUR. COUDERC P. revue francaise traditional chinese medicine. 1994;12:9 (chi).
d'acupuncture. 1994;80:9-22 (fra).
La fresque vivante des différentes fonctions du ministre du 439- gera: 49457/di/ra
coeur est ici brossée, dans un style personnel à l'auteur, à [ON THE SPECIAL PROPERTY OF FIVE ZHANG SYSTEM
partir de la poésie des noms des points, des données IN ZHANG XIANG XUE SHE]. XIAO LIEGANG. shaanxi
symptomatologiques à notre disposition et d'une expérience, journal of traditional chinese medicine. 1994;15(5):211
clinique et thérapeutique, "uniciste". (chi).

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"LA RATE GOUVERNE LA DIGESTION ET LE [THE CONDITION AND PROSPECT OF KIDNEY THEORY IN
TRANSPORT". WEI BEI HAI. medecine chinoise et TCM THROUGH THE STUDY OF HYPOTHALAMUS-
medecines orientales. 1994;9:31-5 (fra). PITUITARY-GONAD AXIS]. SI FUCHUN. traditional chinese
En MTC, Pi et Wei (Rate et Estomac) sont considérés comme medicinal research. 1994;7(3):2 (chi).
les Organes qui produisent et transportent les substrats The paper brings to light the partial essence of the kidneys
fondamentaux (Qi et Sang) dans le corps humain. On dit aussi through the research and gives a brief account of the research
que la Rate et l'Estomac sont les organes les plus importants of the kidney. It also points out some shortcomings in three
après la naissance. Ils jouent un rôle considérable dans les research links and the train of throught for
processus physiologiques et pathologiques. Traiter certaines
maladies en régularisant et en renforçant les fonctions de la 441- gera: 49591/di/ra
Rate et de l 'Estomac fait partie des méthodes thérapeutiques [EXPLORATION OF THE CLINICAL IMPLICATION OF THE
caractéristiques en MTC. La fonction physiologique spécifique THEORY "THE LIVER WORKS FOR DISPERSION"]. XU
de la Rate est de gouverner la digestion et le transport, c'est- ZHENGHAI. journal of traditional chinese medicine.
à-dire de digérer les aliments, de distribuer et transformer les 1994;35(3):136 (eng*).
nutriments et de promouvoir le métabolisme de l'eau. Il est très This paper deals with the physiological function of "liver works
important cependant d'expliquer la fonction de la for dispersion" and the pathological changes of its dysfunction,
exploring its influence on the form viscera and function of
432- gera: 47852/di/ra storing blood and the developmental law of from Qi to blood
[RISE AND FALL AND THE THEORY OF ZANG AND FU IN and from blood to Yin. It also expounds the significance of
TCM]. LU ZHIPING. journal of shandong college of treatment at the stage of primordial location at the Qi level and
traditional chinese medicine. 1994;18(5):295 (chi). abnormal dispersion.

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[PRELIMINARY PROBING INTO CLINICAL SIGNIFIANCE [EXPLORING THE GATE OF LIFE AND INTERNAL
OF INFANTILE SPLEEN TRANSPORTING NUTRIENTS]. SYSTEM]. PAN WENKUI. liaoning journal of traditional
SHEN YAJUAN SHI YUMEN. liaoning journal of traditional chinese medicine. 1994;21(6):244 (chi).
chinese medicine. 1994;21(10):441 (chi).
443- gera: 83003/di/ra
434- gera: 47880/di/ra INTESTINS ET ESTOMAC. NGUYEN VAN NGHI. revue
[ELEMENTARY ANALYSING THE UNDERSTANDING OF francaise de mtc. 1994;163:155-6 (fra).
PSYCHOLOGIC ACTION OF SWEAT IN "NEI JING"]. WU
YONG. liaoning journal of traditional chinese medicine. 444- gera: 86146/di/ra
1994;21(10):443 (chi). [CALL IN QUESTIONS ON SEEING AFTER RECEPTED
BLOOD BY LIVER]. HUANG ZU FANG ET AL. journal of
435- gera: 48132/di/ra tcm and chinese materia medica of jilin. 1994;6:44 (chi).

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under the 5 movements focus]. Chinese traditional medicine


445- gera: 26697/di/ra theory of Zang Fu considers that internal organs present
[STATUS DEVELOPMENT OF THE LIVER IN THE FIVE functions that are related to the anatomic organ besides their
ZANG-VISCERA]. WEIYI Y ET AL. china journal of mental aspects. The reasoning proposed in this article
traditional chinese medicine and pharmacy. 1995;10(3):9 represents an effort to try the understanding of the Zang Fu
(chi*). theory complexity, which is the foundation of physiology,
Heart and stomach were in very important position based on physiopathology and treatment of Chinese traditional
the recording of Internal classic in viscera- manifestation medicine, so that it permits a rational understanding based on
doctrine. Having stagnation syndrome been emphasized by neuroanatomy and neurophysiology, supplying data for the
Zhu Dan-xi , who was famous physician of the Yuan Dynasty, Western medicine to recognise the validity of ancient Chinese
the position of liver had been gradually raised in five organs principles.
mainly were : 1. Differentiation of symptoms and signs of liver
diseases got more and more detail than others exemplified as 454- gera: 72145/di/ra
30 kinds of therapies to treat liver diseases advanced by Wang EMBRIOLOGIA DO SISTEMA UROGENITAL E AS
Xu-gao. 2. Many commonly and frequently encountered CONCEPCOES ENERGETICAS DO "SHEN"(RINS) DA
diseases were closely related to the liver. 3, Other visceral MEDICINA TRADICIONAL CHINESA. YAMAMURA Y ET AL.
diseases and syndromes had something to do with the liver. revista paulista de acupuntura. 1995;1(1):38-2 (por*).
To the Ming Dynasty some physicians had put the liver to the [Embryology of the urogenital system and the energetic
first position. The scholars as early as period in Internal conceptions of the Shen (kidneys) in the Chinese traditional
Medicine had known that the liver possessed partly functions medicine]. Shen (kidneys) occupies a distinct place in Chinese
of spleen and kidney being reviewed the literatures. That one traditional medicine physiology and physiopathology and has
organ possesses the functions of others may be the causes of the following energetic functions : it produces Yang and Yin for
research on viscera having not been achieved breakthrough the whole body, keeps the health and promotes the
progress. The authors suggested that we should be carefully reproduction. Shen (kidneys) also maintains energetic linkage
assessment to the viscera- with the ear, throat, lower body orifices (anus, urethra), bones,
bone marrow, spinal cord and encephalon. The embryology
446- gera: 37750/di/ra study of the kidneys showed us supplementary information,
L'AMBASSADEUR (2° partie). COUDERC P. revue which can constitute material support for energetic concepts of
francaise d'acupuncture. 1995;81:22-39 (fra). the

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[DIFFERENTIATION OF FIVE SOLID ORGANS OF [RECENT DEVELOPMENT OF THE COMBINED RESEARCH
VISCERA-STATE DOCTRINE FROM THE FIVE ORGANS OF OF CHINESE MEDICINE AND WESTERN MEDICINE INTO
ANATOMY]. JINWEN T. journal of shandong college of THE THEORY OF "INTERIOR AND EXTERIOR RELATION
tcm. 1995;19(4):221 (chi). BETWEEN THE LUNG AND LARGE INTESTINE"]. HAN
GUO-DONG. tianjin journal of tcm. 1995;4:45 (chi).
448- gera: 54154/di/ra
[RELATION BETWEEN "LIVER" AND PROTAGLANDIN E, 456- gera: 80003/di/ra
F]. WEI YACHUAN ET AL. journal of traditional chinese [ANSWERS TO QUERIES ON ABSENCE OF "HEART
medicine. 1995;36(2):107 (eng). RELATED TO FIRE" THEORY IN THE WESTERN HAN
DYNASTY]. SHUREN T ET AL. chinese journal of medical
449- gera: 55389/di/ra history. 1995;25(3):179 (chi*).
[MORPHOLOGICAL STUDY ON CONNECTIVE PATHWAY This paper claims that all the materials, including the first
OF HEART MERIDIAN AND CORRESPONDING VISCERA chapter of Lu's Chun Q'u Shi Er Ji, the theory of Heart Related
WITH FIVE SENSE ORGANS]. PAN CHAOCHONG ET AL. to Fire in Huai Nan Zi Di Xing- Xun , and "Chi Di Zi kills Bai Di
acupuncture research. 1995;20(4):22-5 (chi*). Zi" are all later interpolations and are, therefore, unconvincing.
The author offers ten questions conflicting with the old sayings.
450- gera: 66681/di/ra
[DISCUSSION ON YANG SHANGSHAN'S ACADEMIC 457- gera: 84317/di/ra
THEORY OF "ZANG AND FU"]. DAI MING. liaoning journal [ON THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN ZANG-VISCERA AND
of traditional chinese medicine. 1995;22(10):444 (chi*). FU-VISCERA]. YAN J. journal of beijing university of tcm.
This essay, by sifting and studying Yang's "Tai Su", believes 1995;18(1):12 (chi).
that yang's Zang Fu Theory mainly inclndes four parts, i. e.
Heart is also influenced by unhealthy environment,spleen is 458- gera: 84387/di/ra
the origin of human body, ning men serves as kidney while [GENERAL SITUATION OF STUDY ON THE NETWORK OF
kidnery acts as Ming Men, Gall takes charge of promotion of NERVE-ENDOCRINE-IMMUNITY AND ITS RELATIONSHIP
human body in spring. Yang's theory gives full play and TO THE LIVER IN SENSE OF TCM]. JIAXU C ET AL. journal
contributes a lot to the traditional chinese medicine Zang Fu of beijing university of tcm. 1995;18(4):7 (chi).
theory and it serves as an impolant link betwen past and future
as well. 459- gera: 85495/di/ra
[PROBE INTO MECHANISM OF PROTECTIVE ACTION OF
451- gera: 66725/di/ra SPLEEN]. WANG WEN BO. journal of tcm and chinese
[DISCUSSION ON THE THERAPEUTIC PRINCIPLE OF materia medica of jilin. 1995;6:48 (chi).
"ZANG AND FU ARE RELATED TO EACH OTHER"].
ZHANG XIAOWEN. liaoning journal of traditional chinese 460- gera: 86418/di/ra
medicine. 1995;22(6):245 (chi). [CLINICAL APPLICATION OF THE THEORY OF SPIRIT
STORED IN THE FIVE ZANG-ORGANS IN HUANG DI NEI
452- gera: 69324/di/ra JING]. XU QI ET AL. shanxi journal of tcm. 1995;11(3):32
[NEW UNDERSTANDING OF "HEART AND SMALL (chi).
INTESTINE IS EXTERIOR AND INTERIOR"]. ZHANG
BIZHEN. liaoning journal of traditional chinese medicine. 461- gera: 86440/di/ra
1995;22(1):5 (chi). [AN EXPLORATORY DISCUSSION ON THE THEORY OF
STORING OF THE SPIRIT IN THE FIVE VISCERAE IN THE
453- gera: 72144/di/ra YELLOW EMPEROR'S CANON OF INTERNAL MEDICINE].
ASPECTOS NEURANATOMICOS E NEUROFISIOLOGICOS XU JINQI ET AL. shanxi journal of tcm. 1995;11(1):42 (chi).
DOS" ZANG FU" SOB O ENFOQUE DOS CINCO
MOVIMENTOS. YAMAMURA Y ET AL. revista paulista de 462- gera: 88656/di/ra
acupuntura. 1995;1(1):33-7 (por*). [ON CONCEPTION OF TRIPLE WARMER AND ITS
[Neuroanatomic and neurophysiologic aspects of "Zang Fu" CLINICAL APPLICATION]. TANG SHENGLI ET AL. jiangsu

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journal of tcm. 1995;16(4):37 (chi). on the other Zang. Xin colts psychic activity, blood circulation
and blood vessels and express itself through the tongue. For a
463- gera: 45474/di/ra perfect harmony, Xin depends on the controlling action of the
FISIOPATOLOGIA DEGLI ORGANI E VISCERI. MILZA E Shen (Kidneys). From he standpoint of Western Medicine can
STOMACO, POLMONE E GROSSO INTESTINO, RENE E see that during embryonic development, the heart has a close
VESCICA, TRIPLO RISCALDATORE E MINISTRO DEL relationship with the blood vessels, brain and tongue.
CUORE. SOTTE L. rivista italiana di medicina tradizionale Physiologically there is a connection with the kidneys,
cinese. 1996;63:14-9 (ita). represented by the atrial natriuretic factor. All the aspects from
the Western Medicine cited above could serve as a substantial
464- gera: 56784/di/ra support for the philosophical approach that
[EXPLORATION OF THE THEORY OF FUNCTIONAL
ACTIVITIES QI IN "THE YELLOW EMPEROR' S CANON OF 471- gera: 73116/di/ra
INTERNAL MEDICINE"]. XU QI ET AL. china journal of tcm EMBRYOLOGIE DU SYSTEME UROGENITAL ET LES
and pharmacy. 1996;11(6):15 (chi*). CONCEPTIONS ENERGETIQUES DU SHEN (REINS) DE LA
The theory of functional activity qi which possessed the values MEDECINE TRADITIONNELLE CHINOISE. YSAO
relating to the physiology, pathology, prevention and YAMAMURA ET AL. revue francaise de mtc. 1996;170:74-7
treatment, etc. was the main component part in " The s Canon (fra).
of Internal Medicine", explored in the paper. Le Shen (Reins) occupe une place de proéminence dans la
physiologie et dans la physiopathologie de la Médecine
465- gera: 57080/di/ra Traditionnelle Chinoise, avec les fonctions énergétiques
[ADVANCES IN THE COMBINED STUDY OF TCM AND suivantes: il produit le Yang et le Yin de tout le corps et
WESTERN MEDICINE ON THE THEORY THAT MUSCLES maintient la santé et active la reproduction. Le Shen (Reins)
ARE CONTROLLED BY THE SPLEEN]. WANG TIANFANG maintient aussi, des liaisons énergétiques avec les oreilles, la
ET AL. journal of beijing university of tcm. 1996;19(5):22 gorge, les orifices de la partie inférieure du corps (anus et
(chi). urètre), les os, la moelle des os, la moelle épinière et
l'encéphale. L'étude embryonnaire des reins nous apporte des
466- gera: 57094/di/ra éléments qui peuvent constituer un support matériel aux
[CHIEF DISCUSSION ON ZHANG XICHUN'S THEORY THAT conceptions énergétiques de la Médecine Traditionnelle
THE HEART AND BRAIN BOTH CONTROL MENTAL Chinoise, relatives au Shen
ACTIVITY]. CHENG RUHAI. journal of beijing university of
tcm. 1996;19(6):12 (chi). 472- gera: 80049/di/ra
LE RECELEUR (1° partie). COUDERC P. revue francaise
467- gera: 58312/di/ra d'acupuncture. 1996;85:6-19 (fra).
[(RE-DISCUSSION ON THE STUDY METHOD FOR
VISCERA-STATE DOCTRINE IN TRADITIONAL CHINESE 473- gera: 80068/di/ra
MEDICINE).]. LIU KEXUN. traditional chinese medicinal LA LIGNE SOUS-CLAVICULAIRE. ANDRES G. revue
research. 1996;9(3):1 (chi ). francaise d'acupuncture. 1996;85:29-36 (fra).

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[A BRIEF DISCUSSION ON TREATING THE SAME [FURTHER DISCUSSION ON "THE HEART GOVERNS
DISEASES IN THE KIDNEYS, BONE MARROW AND BRAIN MENTAL ACTIVITIES" AND "THE BRAIN CONTROLS
WITH THE SAME METHOD]. LIU SHIJIAO. shanghai MENTAL ACTIVITIES"]. LIU XINGREN. journal of beijing
journal of traditional chinese medicine. 1996;5:10 (chi). university of tcm. 1996;19(1):14 (chi).

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L'ORDINATEUR DE LA RENCONTRE. COUDERC P. revue [MOLECULAR STUDIES ON TCM THEORY OF "KIDNEY
francaise d'acupuncture. 1996;88:7-31 (fra*). GENERATING MORROW"]. ZHIKUI W ET AL. journal of
Le triple réchauffeur est souvent dépeint comme une belle tcm. 1996;37(2):109 (chi*).
machine à vapeur, une « bête humaine » génératrice de
vitalité. L'analyse de son mécanisme étagé fascine et 476- gera: 85790/di/ra
rassure.Le méridien shou shao yang qui lui est associé [CLINICAL SIGNIFICANCE AND ANALYSIS OF
suscite, quant à lui, uneinterrogation polie : s'agit-il d'un CORRELATION BETWEEN HEART AND LUNG IN TCM].
exotisme supplémentaire consacré par l'histoire de ZHANG TAO ET AL. journal of beijing university of tcm.
l'acupuncture ? A quoi sert-il celui-là ?La perception du vécu 1996;19(2):16 (chi).
de la pathologie de chacune de ses fonctions, introduite par
une prescription rigoureuse de chaque point, lève un coin de 477- gera: 85792/di/ra
voile sur ce méridien un peu négligé et qualifie aussi de façon [SPLEEN IS ZHI YIN (INITIAL YIN),AMBASSADOR OF FIVE
plus subtile la nature du triple réchauffeur.Ce présent travail ZANG]. HE JUAN ET AL. journal of beijing university of
qui n'est qu'un essai se donne pour but d'imager, au besoin tcm. 1996;19(2):21 (chi).
par le biais de l'analogie, la dynamique ordinatrice, quasi
vibratoire, qui se propage au sein d'un être faisant face à 478- gera: 85793/di/ra
l'univers et rencontrant notamment la différence.Si zu kong (23 [DISCUSSION ON ESSENCE OF KIDNEY]. YANG YILING
TR), appelé communément point de départ des méridiens ET AL. journal of beijing university of tcm. 1996;19(2):23
shao yang, illustre probablement un trouble emblématique de (chi).
« résonance » autour duquel se déclinent, au sein du méridien
shou shao yang, chez le type (ren) shao yang, yang en 479- gera: 86066/di/ra
mouvement, raffiné par le mouvement du feu-ministre, [DISCUSSING THE CONCEPT AND MECHANISM OF THE
chacune des vingt-deux autres difficultés de SPLEEN BEING IN CHARGE OF SENDING UP ESSENTIAL
SUBSTANCES]. ZHENG HONGBIN ET AL. journal of
470- gera: 72127/di/ra zhejiang college of tcm. 1996;20(6):1 (chi).
CONCEPCOES ENERGETICAS DO XIN (CORACAO)
ANALISADAS SOB ENFOQUE DA EMBRIOLOGIA E DA 480- gera: 56936/di/ra
FISIOLOGA CARDIACAS HUMANAS. TABOSA A ET AL. [ON THE KIDNEY IN TCM, ANCIENT AND MODERN]. SHEN
revista paulista de acupuntura. 1996;2(1):59-3 (por*). ZIYIN. journal of tcm. 1997;38(1):48 (chi).
ENERGETIC CONCEPTIONS OF XIN (HEART) ANALYSED
BY FISIOLOGICAL AND EMBRIOLOGICAL FOCUS OF THE 481- gera: 57142/di/ra
HUMAN HEART.According to Traditional Chinese Medicine, [ON THEORETICAL FOUNDATION OF
(Heart) is an Organ (Zang) with specific energetic functions. It SPLANCHNOLOGICAL THEORY AND ITS PRACTICAL
is described as the "Emperor of Zang" and significant influence SIGNIFICANCE]. CHENG ZHAOHUAN. journal of tcm.

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1997;38(3):136 (chi).
487- gera: 72137/di/ra
482- gera: 58266/di/ra CONCEPCOES ENERGETICAS DO GAN (FIGADO),
[(ORIGINATION AND DEVELOPMENT OF THE THEORY OF RELATIONADAS A FISIOLOGIA HEPATICA HUMANA.
THE BRAIN AND SPINAL CORD IN TCM).]. JIN XIANGLAN YSAO YAMAMURA ET AL. revista paulista de acupuntura.
ET AL. china journal of traditional chinese medicine and 1997;3(2):95-01 (por*).
pharmacy. 1997;12(5):21 (chi*). [Energy conceptions of the Gan (Liver) related to human liver
The theory of the brain and spinal cord of TCM has long physiology]. The Traditional Chinese Medicine considers the
history distinctive academic features. Early in the pre- Qing Gan (Liver) and the Shen (Kidney) the most important organs
and Han Dynasty, exposition about the brain and spinal cord for the development of the human body. In terms of the mental
recorded in the TCM classic works representation by The sphere, the Liver is related to the Hun, vegetative soul, the
Yellow Emperor's Internal classic, which laid theoretic feeling of anger; in the somatic realm, it is related to the gall
foundation of its physiology, pathology, therapy and nourishing bladder, muscles, tendons, nerves, encephalic activity, eyes
the brain so as to antiaging. In the Jin, Sui, Tang and Wu and sight, female reproductive system, hormones, and nails.
Dynasty, clinical characteristics and the pathogenesis of Gan (Liver) disorders can also affect: the encephalon -
diseases related to the brain and spinal cord were discussed in headache, hemicrania, convulsion, epilepsy, tonicoclonic
General Treatise on the Causes and Symptoms of Diseases. movements, madness, etc.; the neck- hyperthyroidism; thorax-
In the Song, Jin and Yuan Dynasty, the diagnosis and asthma, mastitis, intercostal pain hypochondriac pain,
treatment of the diseases were more abundant. In the Ming hepatopathy, biliary disease, gastralgia (gastritis and gastric
and Qing Dynasty, the relationship between the brain, spinal ulcer), insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus, intestinal
cord and viscera was more perfect, especially in the constipation, colitis, gynaecologic disorders, urinary infection,
differentiation of symptoms and signs as well as and, in the musculoskeletal system: acute and chronic pain,
joint an muscle pain. The liver physiology, according to the
483- gera: 67968/di/ra Western scientific culture, supplies substrates, which clearly
SHEN E CUORE. LOMUSCIO A. rivista italiana di shot the relation of this organ to the
agopuntura. 1997;89:49-60 (ita).
488- gera: 73901/di/ra
484- gera: 68830/di/ra [THE RELATION BETWEEN LIVER IN TCM AND HUMAN
[INITIAL STUDY ON A THEORY ADVANCED IN THE THE SMOOTH MUSCLE]. TIAN JINWEN ET AL. journal of
YELLOW EMPEROR'S CLASSIC ABOUT THE shandong university of tcm. 1997;21(1):7 (chi).
INTERRELATIONSHIP BETWEEN THE HEART AND THE
EXTERIOR°.]. KONG FANQI ET AL. journal of beijing 489- gera: 87154/di/ra
university of traditional chinese medicine. 1997;20(3):13 ALQUIMIA DE LAS ENIDADES VISCERALES. HUMA.
(chi). medicina tradicional. 1997;120:13-21 (esp).

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[RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN BRAIN MORPHOLOGICAL THE LIVER IN TRADITIONAL CHINESE MEDICINE. CHEN
CHARACTERISTICS OF BEHAVORIAL HERIDITY IN MICE TS ET AL. j gastroenterol hepatol. 1998;13(4):437-442 (eng
AND THE THEORY THAT THE KIDNEY IS THE CONENITAL ).
LIFE BASIS]. ZENG XIANGGUO ET AL. journal of beijing Medical thinkers in China visualized the liver in microcosmal
university of traditional chinese medicine. 1997;20(3):37 and macrocosmal terms. An anatomical tradition did not exist,
(chi*). hence the liver was described grossly in broad outline. It was
The methods used in experiments on behavioral genetics were recognized as being functionally important in the movement of
adopted in this study, and the behavioral heredity was studied qi (vital energy) and storage of xue ('blood'). The liver
by using the microscopic criteria established for studying corresponded to various phenomena in both the natural and
cerebral morphology. The model of renal damage by terror social orders, according to the scheme of yin yang and five
was induced by using a cat to threaten pregnant mice . The phases. These interrelationships provided the basis for the
primary mice produced by the model group were compared diagnosis and treatment of liver dysfunctions. The disorders
with those produced by the control group, and the results fell into three general groups: (i) hepatic qi stasis; (ii) hepatic
showed that in the mice of the model group, the cerebral yang excess with yin deficiency; and (iii) hepatic yin
cortex was much thinner; in addition, the number of neurons of insufficiency. The signs and symptoms represented the logical
cerebral cortex showed a decrease of 10% with a decreased outcomes of the disturbed physiology. Acupuncture,
number of dendrites. These finds can be used as criteria for moxibustion and herbal drugs were used to redress the
studying the TCM theory that terror damages the kidney and imbalance of hepatic qi and yin-yang. The impact of Western
the kidney connects the brain on the basis of behavioral medicine led traditional authors to recognize the hepatobiliary
genetics. role in bile secretion and in jaundice. The exchange between
the Western and Chinese medical traditions revealed that
486- gera: 69091/di/ra active agents were included in the Chinese formulary,
[OBSERVATION OF FUNCTIONS OF THE URINARY
BLADDER CHANNEL AND BACKSHU POINTS FROM 491- gera: 58843/di/ra
CONTENTS AND CHANGES OF CYCLIC NUCLEOTIDES- [APPLICATION OF THE THEORY "THE LIVER AND
COMPARED WITH THE KIDNEY CHANNEL, REN KIDNEY ARE A COMMON SOURSE" IN CLINICAL
CHANNEL, STOMACH CHANNEL]. QU LIFANG ET AL. ACUPUNCTURE]. ZHU XIAOYING. chinese acupuncture
chinese acupuncture and moxibustion. 1997;17(12):755 and moxibustion. 1998;18(7):415 (chi ).
(chi*). Voir traduction espagnole de: Ener Qi, 1999; 8: 52-55. Réf
In order to probe into the roles of the Urinary Bladder Channel gera: [72783].
which ends on and connects with Mengmen (GV4) point,and
points on the Channel in transportation and pouring of 492- gera: 66549/di/ra
channel-Qi, contents of cyclic nucleotides and their change [ARGUMENT OF VISCERAL LOCATION IN TCM AND
after acupuncture in the Urinary Channel were observed by ANALYSIS OF STRUCTURE]. LU YUBIN ET AL. journal of
125-cAMP and 125-cGMP radioimmunoassay, and were shandong university of traditional chinese medicine.
compared with those in the Kidney Channel, the Ren Channel 1998;22(3):170 (chi*).
and the Stomach Channel. Results indicated that the contents Through analyzing argument of locations of river and triple-jiao
of cyclic nucleotides in the Urinary Bladder Channel were in traditional Chinese medicine, the author suggests that
significantly lower than those in other channels (P<0. 001). locations of zang ang fu organs in TCM have more connotation
cAMP content in the Kidney Channel was increased than these in western medicine, believing that they are in fact
significantly (P<0.05) after electroacupuncture of Shenshu a summation of the intrinsic structural machanism
point as compared with electroacupuncture of Zusanli point corresponding to the function of the whole body.This structure
(ST36). is both a time structure and a space structure, and, what is

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more important, the structure combining both the space and


time. Therefore, it is an essential viewpoint for TCM to analyze 501- gera: 69852/di/ra
the intrinsic structure corresponding to the function of whole [THE SPLEEN AS A UNIT OF MULTIPLE ORGANS]. WANG
body on the basis of knowing exactly the function first. YUNFU ET AL. journal of shandong university of
traditional chinese medicine. 1998;22(6):406 (chi).
493- gera: 66552/di/ra
[DISCUSSION ON RELATION BETWEEN DYSFUNCTION 502- gera: 69876/di/ra
OF THE LIVER AND SMOOTH MUSCLE FUNCTION STATE [EXPERIMENTAL STUDY ON THE KIDNEY AND URINARY
OF THE BODY]. TIAN JINWEN. journal of shandong BLADDER BEING INTERIOR-EXTERIORLY RELATED].
university of traditional chinese medicine. 1998;22(3):201 CHENG ZHIQING ET AL. journal of zhejiang college of
(chi). traditional chinese medicine. 1998;22(1):29 (chi).

494- gera: 68025/di/ra 503- gera: 69951/di/ra


VON ALLEM UND EINEM. PLATSCH VKD. akupunktur. RELATIONS OF CHINESE TRADITIONAL MEDICINE ZANG
1998;26(4):218-23 (deu*). (ORGANS) BETWEEN THEMSELVES FROM WESTERN
The link between soma and emotion according to the system MEDICINE VIEWPOINT. TABOSA AMF ET AL. revue
of the five phases in TCM provides a holistic basis to francaise de medecine traditionnelle chinoise.
understand psychosomatic diseases. The first part of the 1998;180:340-44 (eng).
paper deals with the relationship between soma the heart xin
and the .spirit shen. Emotional disturbances may influence 504- gera: 72723/di/ra
shen and the heart xin. The second part describes SHEN (RINS) E A SUPRA-RENAL. TABOSA AMF ET AL.
physiological and pathological aspects of emotions. They revista paulista de acupuntura. 1998;4(1):35-1 (por*).
posses a qi-character. Their disturbances lead to stagnation, [Shen (Kidneys) and the adrenal gland]. The scientific
deficiency or excess of qi. On a physical level emotions act on concepts of the Western Medicine regarding the kidney
the zang fu organs, on the body surface or in general on the embryology and physiology were related to the adrenal gland
fundamental substances.The third part puts the question: what which was, in turn, related the Shen (Kidneys) energetic
lies beyond the emotions? On a psychological plane it is a conception. It was deducted that the adrenal gland acts like
matter of holding on feelings and unconscious, not integrated the Kidney-Yang stimulating the Kidney-Yin through the
shadow aspects of the psyche On a spiritual plane we deal secretion of many hormones by the adrenal cortex, mainly
with the fear of the transitoriness of our own existence and aldosterone, cortisol and androgens, promoting water
with the exclusive identification with the body or with the metabolism regularization, thermogenesis and sexual
feelings as a supposed " 1" . These items need a space in development functions in the Shen (Kidneys). On the other
therapy to be realised accepted and transformed. The place of hand, the repin-angiotensin secretion by the kidneys is
transformation is the space of the "empty" heart, where dao responsible for the relation High___Low through the
stimulations that act on the hypothalamus and its answer from
495- gera: 68053/di/ra the hypophysis promoting ACTS liberation and its action on
LUNGS, LARGE INTESTINE AND SKIN-SOME NATURAL the adrenal gland, which, in turn, acts on the kidneys as well
SCIENTIFIC INTERPRETATION. ABSTRACT. MARIC- as the hypothalamus influence on the adrenal medulla,
OEHLER W. akupunktur. 1998;26(4):264 (eng). through the sympathic vegetative system with catecholamine

496- gera: 68323/di/ra 505- gera: 72726/di/ra


[ON LIVER, THE PIVOT FOR ADJUSTING QI-BLOOD]. O SHEN (RINS) E AS ORELHAS. YSAO YAMAMURA ET AL.
CHEN JIAXU. journal of traditional chinese medicine. revista paulista de acupuntura. 1998;4(1):55-7 (por*).
1998;39(1):9 (eng). [The Shen (Kidneys) and ears]. Based on the Traditional
Chinese Medicine, the Jing Shen (Kidneys) is linked to the
497- gera: 68439/di/ra ears, consequently with the hearing and equilibrium. These
[BRIEF DISCUSSION ON THE VITAL ESSENCE AND YIN- concepts can be associated to modern embryology, making
YANG OF FIVE ZANG-ORGANS]. SUN GUANGREN. ancient Chinese conceptions logical and understandable. The
traditional chinese medicinal research. 1998;11(1):1 (chi). inner ear comes exclusively from the chorda-mesoderm, that is
responsible for the hearing and equilibrium, whereas the outer
498- gera: 68488/di/ra and medium ear come from the neural crista and branchial
GENERALITA SUI VISCERI CURIOSI IN MTC. ANDRES G. arches, responsible for the hearing. These relations between
rivista italiana di agopuntura. 1998;93:71-9 (ita). the Jing Shen (Kidneys) and the inner, medium and outer ears
L'articolo esamina le nozioni connesse col nome e le funzioni suggest the existence of an energetic connection between
principali dei "sei visceri curiosi" e, a partire dal Sowen, compie
un excursus di tipo culturale e generale, sulle differenze fra 506- gera: 73128/di/ra
visceri ordinari e straordinari. LA PHYSIOLOGIE ENERGETIQUE DU XIN (COEUR)
SELON LE POINT DE VUE OCCIDENTAL. TABOSA AMF ET
499- gera: 69456/di/ra AL. revue francaise de mtc. 1998;178:223-7 (fra).
[ON "LIVER IS THE SOURCE OF DISEASE OF FIVE
VISCERA" AND ITS PRACTICAL IMPLICATION]. LU 507- gera: 73925/di/ra
AIPING ET AL. liaoning journal of traditional chinese SHEN (RINS) E A SUPRA-RENAL. TABOSA AMF ET AL.
medicine. 1998;25(5):202 (chi*). revista paulista de acupuntura. 1998;4(1):35-41 (por*).
It plays an important role in the onset and treatment of [Shen (kidneys) and the adrenal gland].
diseases that the liver is in charge of smoothing and
discharging and smoothes Qi flow. In the article, the 508- gera: 73928/di/ra
pathomechanism of "the liver being an evil of the five Zang O SHEN (RINS) E AS ORELHAS. YSAO YAMAMURA ET AL.
"viscera", is analysed from two respects One is that revista paulista de acupuntura. 1998;4(1):55-7 (por*).
disturbance of the liver--Qi is apt to cause diseases much [The Shen (kidneys) and ears].
more in the five Zang--viscera. Another is that the other
viscera are affected as soon as the function of the liver is 509- gera: 74503/di/ra
abnormal. Keeping an ease mood can prevent from diseases. [A NEW DECIPHERING TO THE LUNG BEING
And smoothing and regulating liver--Qi medicine and RESPONSIBLE FOR ADMINISTRATION AND
prescription has a general significance in treatment. The point REGULATION]. LI RUHUI ET AL. journal of zhejiang
above,are supported by the author. college of tcm. 1998;22(3):48 (chi*).
After analysing various mistaked to explain the function "The
500- gera: 69778/di/ra Lung Being Responsible for Administration and Regulation" as
QU'EST-CE QUE "SE DILATER LA RATE" ?. CHOAIN J. a masterly generalisation of main functions of the lung. The
meridiens. 1998;111:9-12 (fra). thesis consults context of Conon of Medicine and studies the

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function in the physiological course of the lung assisting the dealt with in considerable detail by modern TCM texts,
heart to propel blood flowing in the vessels, put forward that whereas its part in protecting the surface of the body is
the meaning of it is taking charge of normal physiological frequently overlooked. Classical sources will be used to
rhythm, regulation and control of the respiratory rhythm, heart reexamine the nature, functions and location of San Jiao.
rhythm, heart rate, the ratio of heart rate to respiratory rate, These clearly highlight the importance of this organ for
Wei-energy rhythm, asleep and awake rhythm making up the defense against external pathogenic factors.
physiological content of the function and disturbance of all the
rhythms of the above making up the special pathogenic 517- gera: 69704/di/ra
content. For further clearing about the concept of "The Lung [THE ESTABLISHMENT OF VISCERA THEORY OF
Being Responsible for Administration and Regulation", the TRADITIONAL CHINESE MEDICINE]. CHEN HUIJUAN ET
thesis divides it into generalized sense and AL. traditional chinese medicinal research. 1999;12(1):1
(chi).
510- gera: 148541/di/ra
L'OFFICIER (IFE PARTIE). COUDERC P. revue francaise 518- gera: 70826/di/ra
d'acupuncture. 1998;95:6 (fra). [RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN TCM KIDNEY AND LUNG AS
Les fonctions du méridien shou tai yin constituent une « fratrie VIEWED ON THE PULMONARY FUNCTIONAL CHANGES
» : onze membres, qui, tout en étant différents les uns des IN UREMIC PATIENTS]. LI ZHIPING ET AL. journal of tcm.
autres, n'en ont pas moins, tous, le remarquable air de famille 1999;40(9):560 (chi).
qui a frappé les anciens chinois. Les deux dominantes
caractéristiques qui permettent encore à ce jour cette 519- gera: 70856/di/ra
identification collective sont d'une part la réalité profonde de [DISCUSSION ON THE LIVER BEING THE MOST
l'homme (ren) transmise par le ciel : tai yin et d'autre part la IMPORTANT IN FIVE VISCERA]. LU LIANGWEI. china
forme corporelle (xing) du métal. Suite à l'étude de cette « journal of traditional chinese medicine and pharmacy.
famille » on est amené à faire connaissance de quelques 1999;14(3):13 (chi*).
membres du « cousinage » le plus rapproché, situés sur The article expounded the significance of the liver being the
d'autre axes : la fonction shu dorsale du poumon, la fonction most important in five viscera, mainly because the liver's
ben shen de la branche externe de zu tai yang et celle du du function is to regulate normal flow of qi and blood, and the liver
mai résonnant en regard de la troisième vertèbre. play an important role on other four viscera both physiology
and pathology.
511- gera: 58872/di/ra
[ON CONNOTATION AND DENOTATION OF MONARCH 520- gera: 70979/di/ra
FIRE, MINISTERIAL FIRE AND FIRE FROM THE GATE OF THE PARADOX OF THE UNITY AND DUALITY OF THE
LIFE]. ZHAO TIHAO. jiangsu journal of tcm. 1999;20(4):6 KIDNEYS ACCORDING TO CHINESE MEDICINE: KIDNEY
(chi ). ESSENCE, YIN, YANG, QI, THE MINGMEN - THEIR
ORIGINS, RELATIONSHIPS, FUNCTIONS AND
512- gera: 58902/di/ra MANIFESTATIONS. HAMMER LI. american journal of
[ANALYSIS ON THEORIES OF SPLEEN AND STOMACH IN acupuncture. 1999;27(3-4):179-99 (eng).
"YOU KE FA HUI"]. SUN HAO. zhejiang journal of tcm. This paper explores the relationship between Kidney Essence,
1999;34(4):156 (chi ). Yang, Yin and Qi, and the Mingmen, their origins, the variety of
functions they provide to the human organism, mentally,
513- gera: 58955/di/ra physically and spiritually, and the fundamental paradox they
[SEVERAL THEORETICAL QUESTIONS ABOUT TCM'S represent in terms of unity and polarity. This exercise is part of
RECOGNITION TO THE FORM AND STRUCTURE OF THE an ongoing personal exploration in the service of a more
VISCERA]. ZHANG JUNLONG. journal of zhejiang college complete understanding of the cosmic and material functions
of tcm. 1999;23(1):8 (chi*). of the Kidney in Chinese medicine and culture, also illuminated
The viscera mentioned in anatomy is only a kind of functional by Chinese pulse diagnosis. It is not meant to convey a final
appearance of human body's qi. a moving form of are statement or as a repository of absolutes, but as an attempt to
intrinsically one kind of the many organs of human. The form stimulate and ultimately share new ideas.
and place of viscera in TCM is only one part which i dance with
the theory and method of TCM. not the whole of the viscera in 521- gera: 72783/di/ra
anatomy. Because of being imposed of a 1ot of other meaning APLICACION DE LA TEORIA "HiGADO Y RINON SON DE
outside the anatomy, it's essence has been alienated. Finally, LA MISMA FUENTE" EN LA EXPERIENCIA CLINICA DE
the method of structural analysis of TCM is one of functional LA ACUPUNTURA. ZHU XIAOYING. enerqi. 1999;8:52-5
analysis. (esp).
Traduction espagnole de: Chinese Acupuncture and
514- gera: 59498/di/ra Moxibustion, 1998; 7: 415. Réf gera: [58843].
[EXPLORATION OF "LUNG IS A DELICATE ZANG"]. QIN
YULONG. zhejiang journal of tcm. 1999;34(6):255 (chi ). 522- gera: 74083/di/ra
[UNDERSTANDING TRIPLE WARMER FROM THE ANGLE
515- gera: 59686/di/ra OF FUNCTIONAL STRUCTURE]. GUO LEI ET AL. journal
[CRISIS AND ITS DISSOLUTION AND REBIRTH]. LI RUHUI. of shandong university of tcm. 1999;23(4):174 (chi).
journal of zhejiang college of tcm. 1999;23(4):1 (chi*).
According to origin-science, the establishment of viscera-state 523- gera: 74092/di/ra
doctrine of kidney is divided into two stages which are of [RESEARCH ON THE RELATION BETWEEN FIVE-ZANG
different character: 1) Kidney's dissection and its crisis which AND EMOTIONS]. MAO HAIYAN. journal of shandong
are fit to the natural view "atomism", 2) Dissolution of crisis and university of tcm. 1999;23(6):425 (chi*).
rebirth of the viscera-state doctrine of kidney which adapt to The concepts of five -Zhi and seven -Qing are standardised. It
the natural view "primordial qi is pointed out that emotion includes five-Zhi that are
physiological function and seven-Qing that are abnormal
516- gera: 59748/di/ra emotional states developed from five -Zhi belonging to
SAN JIAO AND THE "OUTER GATE". GARVEY M. pacific pathogenic and pathological factors. Emotion is derived from
journal of oriental medicine. 1999;14:32-3 (eng ). five-Zang (TCM) that is not equal to organs. The Zang-Qi is
San Jiao's nature and physiological functions are wide- the basic substance of emotion. According to this theory, five-
ranging. Its role in internal medicine, mainly comprising its part Zang is the origin of emotion and emotion is always in the
in Qi production and water metabolism, is mostly well state of dynamic development. Emotion influenced by both
understood by the Western student of Chinese medicine. It is time and space factors through five- Zang is the most avanced
primarily identified with the three regions of the trunk of the result of the evolution of time and space. Emotion has different
body but commentators usually avoid naming its precise characters in different period of physical development. The
location. The role this organ plays in internal physiology is dual character of emotion is reaffirmed and its resources,

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manifestations and the movements of opening-closing and revealing- blocking.


Pathologically, they affect each other, and inter-respond in the
524- gera: 74473/di/ra treatment. The relationship between uterus and breast is in
[MODERN STUDY OF THE THEORY OF KIDNEY line with the TCM relationship of exterior and interior.
PRODUCING MARROW]. WU ZHIKUI ET AL. journal of
tcm. 1999;40(10):626 (chi). 535- gera: 71383/di/ra
[CONTRIBUTION OF THE SPLEEN IS RESPONSIBLE FOR
525- gera: 75138/di/ra TRANSPORT AND CONVERSION THEORY BY LI DONG
[THE SCIENTIFIC BASIS AND SIGNIFICANCE OF SPLEEN YUAN]. WU YAO-NAN ET AL. gansu journal of tcm.
IN CHARGE OF PHARMACOKINETICS. REN PING ET AL. 2000;13(1):4 (chi).
china journal of traditional chinese medicine and
pharmacy. 1999;14(5):23 (chi). 536- gera: 71586/di/ra
[STUDIES ON "ISOGENESIS OF LIVER AND KIDNEY
526- gera: 75165/di/ra FROM THE BRAIN" AND ESSENCE OF LIVER AND LI
[DISCUSSION ON THE FUNCTION OF SPLEEN BEING HANMIN. journal of tcm. 2000;41(2):69 (chi).
CHARGE OF TRANSPORTING AND TRANSFORMING
NUTRIENTS]. MENG LINJUN. china journal of traditional 537- gera: 72283/di/cg
chinese medicine and pharmacy. 1999;14(2):9 (chi*). INCIDENCES PRATIQUES DE L'EVOLUTION DES IDEES
ET DES TECHNIQUES EN ACUPUNCTURE. LAFONT JL. in
527- gera: 75166/di/ra actes du xiiieme congres d'acupuncture, afera, nimes.
[RESEARCH ON FOUR XIANG THEORY OF VISCERA IN 2000;2:99-122 (fra).
CLASSIC INTERNAL MEDICINE]. WU RUNJIU. china Résumé: Ce qu'il est convenu d'appeler le système
journal of traditional chinese medicine and pharmacy. contemporain de l'acupuncture, est I'aboutissement d'une
1999;14(2):10 (chi*). démarche constante dont les prémices remontent aux
The article dialled with the knowledge and content of viscera in alentours' du IV° siècle avant notre ère. Tenter de retracer l'
Classic Internal Medicine, as viewed from the concept of Xiang historique de la méthode, c ' est pouvoir mettre en évidence
in the book of Zhonyi. Therefore, Four Xiang Theory of Viscera les grandes étapes de l'évolution des idées et des| techniques.
in Classic Internal Medicine had been put forward, namely, C'est aussi comprendre comment un modèle qui fût utilisé à
characteristic Xiang, shape Xiang, function Xiang, time and une époque, se transforma par la suite en un autre, mieux
space Xiang. Thus, it could help us better understand and adapté à la représentation de l'homme et de ses fonctions
research on the viscera theory of Classic Internal Medicine. telles quelles furent envisagées par la suite. Cet article se
propose de donner un exemple de cette évolution en suivant
528- gera: 75312/di/ra les transformations de la notion de 3 Foyers, au travers des
[DISCRIMINATION ON ZANGFU AND ZANGXIANG]. HU textes du Huang di nei jing, dont la rédaction s'étend entre le
JIANBEI. journal of beijing university of tcm. 1999;22(6): IV° siècle avant I'ère
(chi).
538- gera: 72551/di/ra
529- gera: 75414/di/ra [STUDY ON THE KIDNEY OF TCM AUXILIARYLY WITH
[SOME LOGICAL CONTRADICTION AND RECOGNITION COMPUTER]. FANG LIXING ET AL. fujian journal of tcm.
TO VISCERA-STATE DOCTRINE OF KIDNEY]. LI RUHUI. 2000;31(1):9 (chi).
journal of zhejiang college of tcm. 1999;23(6):1 (chi).
539- gera: 72922/di/ra
530- gera: 76091/di/ra ETUDE EMBRYOLOGIQUE DU MING MEN. ESPOSITO B.
[A SURVEY ON MODERN STUDY OF THE THEORY OF revue francaise de mtc. 2000;186-187:57-63 (fra).
LIVER IN CHINESE MEDICINE]. CHEN HUI-JUAN ET AL.
shanghai journal of tcm. 1999;8:47 (chi*). 540- gera: 72923/di/ra
It is a new attempt to study the theory of the liver phenomenon L'UTILISATION DU SHEN DANS LA GUERISON PAR
from the parenchyma of the liver in the study of the theory of ACUPUNCTURE. TREMBLAY N. revue francaise de mtc.
Zangfu organs in Chinese medicine. The related study showed 2000;186-187:65-78 (fra).
theat there is a close relationship between the " liver " in En médecine occidentale, les pratiques de la psychanalyse et
Chinese medicine and the parenchyma of the liver. In general de l'hypnose sont celles qui se rapprochent le plus des
survey of the situation in this filed in the recent years, this méthodes de la médecine traditionnelle chinoise (MTC) dont
article points out that comparison between the two concepts in fait partie l'acupuncture et la psychologie chinoise. Ces deux
combination with modern study will be beneficial to eveolution médecines reconnaissent les émotions, le soignant,
and development of Chinese basic theory. l'expérience cas par cas, la responsabilité personnelle,
l'énergie et le mental comme des phénomènes importants. La
531- gera: 70724/di/ra psychologie et l'acupuncture sont complémentaires dans le
[PROF. DENG TIETAO' CLINICAL EXPERIENCE ON THE traitement des dépendances, des dépressions et des maladies
APPLICATION OF PI-WEI DOCTRINE]. DENG psychosomatiques et psychoneuroimmunologiques.
ZHONGGUANG. new journal of traditional chinese L'approche systémique utilisée en MTC permet d'exprimer les
medicine. 2000;32(2):13 (chi). interactions impliquées dans les aspects organiques, émotifs,
mentaux, spirituels, lesquels se manifestent dans l'expression
532- gera: 70792/di/ra des cinq Shen. Les Shen se manifestent aussi dans les six
[A PRELIMINARY ANALYSIS ON CHARACTER OF tempéraments chinois qui sont comparés aux caractères de
SPLEEN-YANG AND STOMACH-YIN]. XU FARONG ET AL. Berger, aux distinctions psychosomatiques d'Alexander et aux
chinese journal of information on tcm. 2000;7(3):3 (chi). stades freudiens. L'acupuncture traite les cinq Shen par les
points Shu du dos qui agissent en même temps sur les
533- gera: 70808/di/ra émotions et les fonctions organiques correspondantes. La
[PROF. DENG TIETAO'S EXPERIENCE ON THE CLINICAL psychologie chinoise intègre le corps et ['esprit par l'énergie
APPLICATION OF PI-DOCTRINE]. DENG ZHONGGUANG. dans les pratiques de Qi Cong et de méditation qui servent à
new journal of tcm. 2000;32(3):11 (chi). augmenter l'équilibre et la force du Shen qui lui-même agit sur
l'énergie et la matière.
534- gera: 71157/di/ra
[EXTERIOR-INTERIOR RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN 541- gera: 73657/di/ra
UTERUS AND BREAST]. WANG HUI-ZHEN. journal of LES ENTRAILLES CURIEUSES. ROUX JP. la gazette.
fujian college of tcm. 2000;10(1):39 (chi*). 2000;9:6-16 (fra).
Depended on the Chong meridian and the meridians of
stomach, liver and kidney, the uterus and the breast are 542- gera: 74707/di/ra
closely related. Physiologically, they are inter harmonized with [DISCUSSION ABOUT TCM SPLEEN GOVERN

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PHARMACOKINETICS]. HUANG XI ET AL. journal of journal of shandong university of tcm. 2000;24(4):242


chengdu university of tcm. 2000;23(1):5 (chi*). (chi*).
A hypothesis that traditional Chinese medicines (TCM) spleen This article reviewed the strategy, methods and practice of the
governs are advanced according to some related experimental study on TCM essence of liver over the past 20 years. It was
evidence. It holds that normal or abnormal function of TCM believed that the theory and practice of the hypothesis about
spleen are responsible for normal or abnormal the absorption, the essence of liver covers many fields. Precious research
distribution and transportation of drug. The significance of data have been accumulated in the standardisation of drugs
testing above hypothesis included that: I. the physiological and and medicine by mastering the crucial academic area of the
pathophysiological mechanism of pharmacokinetics could be "symptom complex" of the liver disease, with many satisfactory
monastically explained according to the theory of TCM Spleen; achievements obtained. Now it is necessary to explore new
2 the new methodology of studying TCM spleen deficiency thoughts and to establish new methods based on previous
studies, and to carry out further study, which will bring about
543- gera: 75204/di/ra theoretical innovation and improving the level of the
[DISCUSSION OF THE LUNG BEING IN CHARGE OF differentiation of syndrome. The key contents are as follows:
WATER METABOLISM AND ITS CLINIC SIGNIFICANT]. (1) The further confirmation and application of the diagnostic
CHEN MING. china journal of traditional chinese medicine criteria of the symptom complex of liver disease; (2) the study
and pharmacy. 2000;15(2):12 (chi). of the essence of the symptom complex at the level of organ-
cell-molecule; (3) the study of the theory about the emotions of
544- gera: 76262/di/ra liver disease and drawing up
[PRIMARY EXPLORATION OF THE THEORY OF THE
LIVER BELONGING TO YIN IN ITS NATURE AND 548- gera: 77908/di/ra
DEMONSTRATING YANG IN ITS FUNCTION]. ZHOU WEN- [DISCUSSION ON THE TCM CONCEPTION OF SPLEEN]. JI
XIAN. shandong journal of tcm. 2000;19(11):646 (chi*). LI JIN. journal of shandong university of tcm.
The theory of the liver belonging to yin in its nature and 2000;24(3):168 (chi*).
demonstrating yang in its function embodies the physiological This paper use the method of TCM occurrence course, from
and pathological characteristics of the liver. In this paper, the three aspects of the first implication of spleen, property
concepts of the liver and its function and the value of its stipulating and viscera-state structure, examine the evolution
function are discussed. The principal function of the liver is to course of the conception of spleen, explaining the position and
store blood and govern normal flow of qi. The liver yin tends the function of the anatomical spleen during the forming
likely to be insufficient while the liver yang to be excessive. It is course of TCM spleen, illustrate the category of conception of
commonly seen in the clinic that there is excessive liver qi and TCM spleen. These have important significance on truly
the liver yang, meanwhile, there is insufficiency of the liver yin understanding the scientific implication of conception of TCM
and the liver-blood. The author has come to realise that spleen, and on standardising conception of TCM spleen.
nourishing the liver-yin and the liver-blood is the basis of
curing different kinds of liver diseases. In the light of the theory 549- gera: 77974/di/ra
"the liver belongs to yin in its nature and demonstrating yang in [THEORY INQUIRY OF THE LIVER AND THE KIDNEY
its function", the successful treatment of various liver diseases HAVE A COMMON SOURCE]. LI HAN MIN. chinese journal
and the key to curing the disease lies in nourishing the liveryin. of basic medicine in tcm. 2000;6(7):5 (chi).
It is the significance of self-prescribed medicine yanggan siwei
decoction as 550- gera: 77994/di/ra
[SPLEEN STOMACH AS PIVOT' S AND REGULATING
545- gera: 76399/di/ra MECHANISM OF ORGANISM INTERNAL BALANCE]. JI LI
[THEORY ON LIVER AND GALLBLADDDER IN CHARGE JIN. journal of fujian college of tcm. 2000;10(3):14 (chi*).
OFF DREDGE AND SMOOTH]. ZHENG GUO-QING. journal From the viewpoint of theory and clinics the effect of 'spleen-
of tcm and chinese materia medica of jilin. 2000;20(1):4 stomach as pivot ' to the balance regulation of the Qi
(chi). ascending-descending in five organs is discussed. There is an
important regulating mechanism of 'spleen-stomach as
546- gera: 77385/di/ra pivot'for the internal balance.
[A DISCUSSION ON THE CONCEPTS AND NAMES OF
ZANG FU]. FU YANLING ET AL. journal of beijing 551- gera: 78010/di/ra
university of tcm. 2000;23(3):4 (chi*). [STUDY ON MECHANISM OF SPLEEN GOVERNING
In Chinese medicine, the zang-fu terms, which include win, BLOOD]. JI LI JIN. journal of fujian college of tcm.
gan, pi, fed, shen and so on, were originally used to refer to 2000;10(2):36 (chi*).
the anatomical organs of human body, for example, xin was The advance and establishment of the theory of spleen
heart, pan was liver, fei was lung, shen was kidney, etc. But governing the blood is one of the most important discoveries of
after being applied for a long period, the meanings of these spleen physiology. And it has been verified and approved by
terms were greatly changed. They were no longer anatomical TCM practitioners in past dynasties from the theory and
terms, but the names of functional units of human body. For practice. In this article, the mechanism of spleen governing the
example, xin referred to the functional unit, which is mainly blood is deeply discussed from 3 aspects, spleen Qi and
composed of the activities of central nervous system and blood governing blood, producing blood and governing blood and Qi
circulation; fei referred to the functional unit mainly of movement and
respiratory activities and body fluid metabolism. All these
changes happened gradually but had not been recognized 552- gera: 78653/di/ra
clearly by people, even by medical experts. When western [DISCUSSION ON THE THEORY OF KIDNEY]. DENG YIHUI
medicine was introduced into China, and when Chinese ET AL. acta chinese medicine and pharmacology.
medicine was introduced into western world, zang-fu terms of 2000;28(5):3 (chi).
Chinese medicine and anatomical terms of western medicine
became confusing. Nowadays the confusion has become even 553- gera: 79537/di/ra
more serious and greatly influences the development of [DEVELOPEMENT OF MODERN RESEARCH ON THE
Chinese medicine and the exchange between Chinese LIVER OF PHYSIOLOGY AND PATHOLOGY IN TCM]. SUN
medicine and western medicine. The best way to solve the XIGONG ET AL. hubei journal of tcm. 2000;22(7):54 (chi).
problem is to invent new terms of Zang-fu (functional units)
both in Chinese and English. It was suggested to invent new 554- gera: 79543/di/ra
Chinese characters, then to translate them into English or [DEVELOPMENT OF MODERN RESEARCH ON THE LIVER
other languages according to their Chinese pronunciation OF PHYSIOLOGY AND PATHOLOGY IN TCM]. SUN
XIGONG ET AL. hubei journal of tcm. 2000;22(7):54 (chi).
547- gera: 77898/di/ra
[THOUGHT OF THE STRATEGY AND METHODOLOGY OF 555- gera: 79545/di/ra
THE STUDY ON TCM ESSENCE OF LIVER]. JIN YI QIANG. [CONCERNING THE LUNG HAVING THE FUNCTION OF

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REGULATING THE WHOLE BODY]. CHEN ZHENGPING. What is Mingmen? Where is it? Does it have a material
hubei journal of tcm. 2000;22(8):9 (chi). foundation? What is its significance for practitioners of TCM?
Both the modern day scholar and the ancient sage have
556- gera: 79619/di/ra enjoyed discussion and certainly argued over these simple
[RECOGNITION OF THEORY; THE LUNG AND THE LARGE questions. This paper will attempt to contribute further to this
INTESTINE ARE INTERIOR EXTERIOLY RELATED]. JIANG important subject. Most debate, it would seem, has
HONYAO. forum on tcm. 2000;15(4):15 (chi). concentrated primarily (if not only) on the functions of
Mingmen. The ancient Chinese physicians have already
557- gera: 79713/di/ra pointed out that Mingmen (the Vital Gate) is the root or
[THINKING THE ORIGIN SCIENCE OF SOME BASIC foundation of a life. The importance and the significance of
CONCEPT OF THE KIDNEY]. LI RUHUI. journal of zhejiang Mingmen are clear but what it is and where it is located
college of tcm. 2000;24(2):8 (chi). physically, is still a challenging question. This article tries to
provide an answer to this question using a combined
558- gera: 79723/di/ra understanding of TCM, modern anatomy
[ORIGINOLOGIS PRINCIPLE OF TCM THEORY OF GATE
OF LIFE]. LI LUHUI. journal of zhejiang college of tcm. 566- gera: 89819/di/ra
2000;24(3):1 (chi). [THE DYNAMIC AND STATIC STATE OF THE LIFE GATE-
EARLY DISCOVERIES MADE BY TRADITIONAL CHINESE
559- gera: 86265/di/ra MEDICINE IN ENDOCRINOLOGY]. ZHU MING ET AL.
[QUERY TO "THE QI-STREET OF SIX FU-ORGANS"]. XIAO journal of beijing university of tcm. 2000;23(5):1 (chi*).
YANLING ET AL. tianjin journal of tcm. 2000;17(1):39 (chi). The Doctrine of the Life Gate formed in the Ming Dynasty is a
great attempt of Chinese ancient medical doctors to explore
560- gera: 86926/di/cg the origin of life and the laws inside the life, and represents the
LE YANG DU REIN. EVOLUTION DES IDEES. LAFONT JL. early discoveries and understanding of the traditional Chinese
in actes du iv congres de la federation des medecins medicine (TCM) about the endocrinological functions. The
acupuncteurs, rouen. 2000;IV: (fra). descriptions of anatomical site and functions of the life gate
Résumé. L ' auteur a pour objectif de montrer un aspect de l' given by medical doctors in the Ming Dynasty, basically
évolution des idées en Médecine Traditionnelle Chinoise, conform to the adrenal glands in the modem medicine. The
depuis les textes de l'antiquité jusqu'aux données authors of this paper have put forward a viewpoint of the life
contemporaines. Le choix du thème du yang du Rein, pour gate's dynamic and static state. According to this viewpoint,
illustrer ce propos, se justifie par le fait qu'il fait intervenir the life gate is a life reproduction regulating center related to
plusieurs sujets intriqués, parmi lesquels: les termes the integration of the five Zang-organs- When in a static state,
techniques de la M.T.C., la physiologic, le classement des the life gate is half closed in order to accumulate substance
symptômes, la théorie des 3 Foyers, la théorie des 8 and energy for life reproduction; but when in a dynamic state,
the life gate is fully open for the integration of the five Zang-
561- gera: 87656/di/ra organs so as to make their functions synchronous. This
[ORIGINOLOGICAL EXPLORATION OF "KIDNEY AND viewpoint holds that the eight extra-meridians are the channels
URINARY BLADDER BEING INTERIOR-EXTERIORLY of the life gate, through which the five Zang-organs' are
RELATED"]. LI RUHUI. journal of zhejiang college of tcm. integrated. 'l'he life gate, the origin of life and the resources of
2000;24(6):4 (chi*). the ministerial fire, is characterised by its functions of yin-yang
Anatomic methods, observation methods of "estimating interior mutual supplement. Different from those of the five Zang-
by taking charge of exterior? yin yang theory of five elements organs and the twelve meridians, the functions of life gate
and meridian doctrine all of the above attend the construction represents the regularity of life activity and life regulating
course of the theory of "kidney and urinary bladder being mechanism at the Taiji level. The results of the authors'
interior-exteriorly related" among which the Anatomic methods research have cleared up the long-standing confusion between
occupy the main Place. the kidney and the life gate in TCM. The authors believe that
deepgoing studies on the doctrine of the life gate will promise
562- gera: 88916/di/ra optimistic prospects of the integration of the traditional Chinese
[ON " WUZANGSHEN']. XU MU-LIN. journal of nanjing and modem medicines at a higher level of life science.
university tcm. 2000;16(4):198 (chi*).
The so-called Wuzangshenrefers to the interaction between 567- gera: 91416/di/ra
the human body and the natural surroundings, and the overall [DISCUSSION ON DIFFERENT MEANINGS OF
functions between life and mental activities. Mental activities ZANGFU,ZANGXIANG AND ORGANS]. LU MING-YUAN.
are controlled and co-ordinated by heart, liver, spleen, lung journal of shandong university of tcm. 2000;24(5):326 (chi).
and kidney these five zang organs in a macro sense. Brain is
the house of mental activity, which is the function of the 568- gera: 91423/di/ra
anatomical structure of brain. Wuzangshen (namely, the [THEORETICAL STUDY ON MINGMEN]. WEI FENG-QIN.
configurative force stored in five Zang organs) and the brain journal of shandong university of tcm. 2000;24(5):376 (chi).
has the relationship of the whole and the local, the high and
the low. To uncover the nature of *'Wuzmgslien" will accelerate 569- gera: 91470/di/ra
the development of TCM. [ORIGINATIONAL EXPLANATION OF KIDNEY
PHYSIOLOGICAL FUNCTION]. LI RUHUI. journal of
563- gera: 89179/di/ra zhejiang college of tcm. 2000;24(5):12 (chi).
[DISCUSSION ON THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN
SCHISANDRA FRUIT AND FIVE ZANG ORGANS]. LI 570- gera: 91478/di/ra
SHENGQING ET AL. traditional chinese medicinal [ORIGINOLOGICAL EXPLANATION OF KIDNEY
research. 2000;13(5):5 (chi). PHYSIOLOGICAL CHARACTERISTICS]. LI RUHUI. journal
of zhejiang college of tcm. 2000;24(4):3 (chi*).
564- gera: 89515/di/ra It's thought that the theory of "kidney is in charge of
IMMAGINI E PAROLE: IL MOVIMENTO LEGNO,IL FEGATO hibernation" comes from (1) theory of Zang, qi, fa, time; (2)
E LA VESCICOLA BILIARE INCONTRO CON IL reasoning from analogy, at the same time, the reason that it
LINGUAGGIO IDEOGRAFICO PER UNE DIVERSA lives op to today, the function of practice bas been always
CONOSCENZA DEL REALE. SOTTE L. rivista italiana di happening, checking and choosing. It also analyses the
medicina tradizionale cinese. 2000;82(4):12-7 (ita). differences of the recognition from Internal Classic "and Qian
Yi on the deficiency and excessiveness of kidney disease and
565- gera: 89574/di/ra their origin; testified that "kidney is intolerant of dryness" is the
A DISCUSSION ABOUT MINGMEN (THE VITAL GATE) AND erroneous words of "kidney is intolerant of coldness".
ITS MATERIAL FOUNDATIONS. ZHAOYOUNG WANG.
pacific journal of oriental medicine. 2000;17:62-4 (eng). 571- gera: 91511/di/ra

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[VIEWS ON WATER METABOLISM FROM THE ASPECT OF correspondence journal of tcm. 2000;19(3):14 (chi*).
SAN JIAO]. WU XIONG-ZHI. chinese journal of basic The theory of lung and big intestine sharing a paired
medicine in tcm. 2000;6(9):2 (chi*). relationship has been studied from three aspects. That is the
On the basis of related exposition in huang Di's Internal effect of excretion path of intestine gas the influence of
Classic and Difficult Classic, it is pointed out that large intestinal interior toxin and intestinal secretion. While the
intestine and urinary bladder are grouped into the Lower jiao. treatment principles have treating intestine from lung, treating
The "mouth-stomach body fluid large intestine- urinary lung frorn intestine or treating lung and intestine. And the view
bladder" axis is the basic one for water taken in externally, and of lung and intestine sharing a paired relationship has been
"mouth-stomach (spleen) refined nutrious essence lung blood presented.
urinary bladder" axis is the fundamental one for water
produced internally. It is inferred that the activity of San Jiao is 581- gera: 94124/di/ra
the core of water metabolic system of human body, and that [DISCUSSION ON KIDNEY JING,KIDNEY YIN AND KIDNEY
the three therapeutic methods of dispersion in the upper Jiao, YANG]. YAN ZHIAN. china journal of traditional chinese
elevation in the middle Jiao and regulation in the Lower Jiao medicine and pharmacy. 2000;15(3):14 (chi).
are applied
582- gera: 94675/di/ra
572- gera: 91512/di/ra [DICUSSION ON THE THEORY "LUNG REGULATING
[DISCUSSION ABOUT FORMATION OF THE KIDNEY- WATER METABOLISM"]. LIN LIN ET AL. acta chinese
VITALGATE OUTLOOK AND IT'S IMPORTANCE]. XIE medicine and pharmacology. 2000;28(3):78 (chi).
MING ET AL. chinese journal of basic medicine in tcm.
2000;6(9):4 (chi*). 583- gera: 94749/di/ra
The opinion of Kidney-vitalgate of Yishui school was derived [VIEWPOINTS ON FIVE ZANG ORGANS IN THE DEPTH OF
from the concept of vital gate -VG) in Classic on Medical WORD MEANING OF CHINESE CHARACTERS]. LUO JIAN-
Problems and based on the explanations about the function PING. chinese medicine and traditional culture. 2000;4:30
and location of VG developed by the doctors formerly. The (chi).
formation of the opinion was in epistemology influenced by the
theory of yin and yang, and five elements of Yellow Emperor's 584- gera: 111905/di/ra
Internal Classic and the ontology of Confucian school of LOS ORGANOS Y SUS FUNCIONES SEGUN LA
idealist philosophy of Song and Ming Dynasties. Zhang ACUPUNTURA POR NEUS PINTAT. X. medicina
Jingyue coordinated the both "yang is not ever in excess" and energetica. 2000;7:8 (esp).
"yin is ever in deficiency" on the fundamental level of water
and fire of VG so that theories of pathological mechanism of 585- gera: 118532/di/ra
viscera sages brought forward in past dynasties became YIJING ET ACUPUNCTURE, UN MEME ETAT D'ESPRIT ?.
unified, advocated the therapeutic method of strengthening the VINOGRADOFF M. revue francaise d' acupuncture.
water or fire of VG to treat diseases of deficiency and created 2000;104:10 (fra).
Left or Right Kidney Pills to replenishing the kidney essence
with warm-moist drugs in clinic. Zhang Jingyue contributed to 586- gera: 118535/di/ra
tonic therapy of TCM for his dialectical ZHEN JIU JIA YI JING, DE HUANGFU MI LIVRE IX,
CHAPITRES 9 ET 10. MILSKY C, GILLES ANDRES. revue
573- gera: 91685/di/ra francaise d' acupuncture. 2000;104:56 (fra).
[ON THE NUMBER SIX AND FIVE OF VISCERA]. HAO BAO-
HUA ET AL. journal of shaanxi college of tcm. 2000;23(3):1 587- gera: 17745/nd/tt
(chi). THE LUNG. LARRE C ET AL. monkey press. 2001;:116P
(eng).
574- gera: 91902/di/ra This text is the first in a series of edited and illustrated lecture
[THE COMPARATIVE STUDY ON THE ORGAN OF LIVER transcripts that include translations and commentaries on key
BETWEEN TCM AND WESTERN MEDICINE]. TONG YAO Chinese texts. Because this work is intently concerned with
ET AL. shandong journal of tcm. 2000;19(9):515 (chi). meanings and etymologies, it includes Chinese characters to
encourage familiarity. It shares with serious linguistic works a
575- gera: 92024/di/ra concentration on the careful selection of terms. The authors
[DISCUSSION ON THE LUNG BEING IN CHARGE OF THE are less concerned with the technical language of Chinese
QI FROM NEIJING]. HONG SHU-LAN ET AL. journal of medicine and more intent upon the seminal concepts and their
henan college of tcm. 2000;15(1):1 (chi). web of interwoven meanings. Practitioners familiar with and
receptive to Larre's work will welcome these transcripts.
576- gera: 92151/di/ra [Redwing Reviews, June, 1995].
[PRELIMINARY STUDY ON THE ATTRIBUTES OF TCM
ANATOMY OF THE ZANGFU ORGANS]. ZHANG 588- gera: 17749/nd/tt
TIEZHONG ET AL. journal of beijing university of tcm. THE KIDNEYS. LARRE C ET AL. monkey press. 2001;:120P
2000;23(6):60 (chi). (eng).
This book begins with a presentation of the unique double
577- gera: 92911/di/ra nature of the kidneys. Their relationship with both fire and
[COMMENTARY ON THE RECENT RESEARCH OF water is discussed in full, particularly through their links with
SANJIAO (TRIPLE WARMER)]. TANG KE-WEN. journal of ming men, the heart, the bladder and the triple heater. The
traditional chinese medicinal literature. 2000;3:25 (chi). concept of ming men and destiny is examined in detail and
shown to be connected intimately with yuan qi and jing. The
578- gera: 92922/di/ra development of this understanding is then seen in the seven
[GENERAL DISCUSSION ON SANJIAO (TRIPLE and eight year cycles for women and men set out in Suwen,
WARMER)]. WANG YU-XIN ET AL. journal of traditional chapter 1. The book then examines the kidneys association
chinese medicinal literature. 2000;2:24 (chi). with winter and its storing and restoring qualities. The five
phase resonances of kidneys and water are also explored in
579- gera: 93324/di/ra depth. The kidneys are presented as the firm foundation of life,
[EXPLORATIVE ANALYSIS OF SOLITARY ORGAN]. LIU the lower source of liquids, the fire in the depths, and the
JIA-YI. chinese medicine and traditional culture. 2000;3:38 model for generation and regeneration. A brief summary of
(chi). kidney pathology with principle causes of disease, symptoms
and patterns of disharmony is given, as well as an index of all
580- gera: 93802/di/ra Chinese characters and main concepts.
[MODERN RESEARCH AND ANALYSIS ON THEORY OF
LUNG AND LARGE INTESTINE SHARING A PAIRED 589- gera: 89407/di/ra
RELATIONSHIP]. ZHANG SHAOJUN ET AL. [ON KIDNEY DOMINATING GATE OF LIFE]. LANG

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QINGBO. jiangsu journal of tcm. 2001;22(1):3 (chi). basis of "will stored in the kidney"; "fear" belongs to the kidney,
the basis of the theory "kidney corresponding to fear" comes
590- gera: 89579/di/ra from the observation to the symptoms caused by too much
[DISCUSSION ON THE RELATION BETWEEN QI fear, and the interpromoting relationship of feeling and will
ACTIVITIES OF VISCERA AND LIVER,GALLBLADDER]. practice to the reasonable and
YANG YI-LING ET AL. journal of anhui traditional chinese
medical college. 2001;20(1):7 (chi*). 595- gera: 90833/di/ra
Liver and gallbladder Play an important role in functional [SUBTILE EXPLORATION OF HIDING MEANING IN
activities of Qi in viscera. The liver has the function of CHINESE CHARACTERS OF SIX HOLLOW ORGANS]. LUO
smoothing and regulating the flow of vital energy and blood. JIAN-PING. knowledge of ancient medical literature.
The function of the liver bas five important aspects: (1) The 2001;18(1):33 (chi).
liver assists the lungs in clearing the inspired air. and ensuring
a downward flow. (2) The liver assists the heart in controlling 596- gera: 90855/di/ra
blood circulation. (3) The liver is beneficial to the spleen by [ON KIDNEY AND BLOOD CIRCULATION-TIPS ON THE
assisting in sending water and food essence up, and also TEXTBOOK "BASIC THEORY OF TRADITIONAL CHINESE
helps the stomach in sending food contents down. (4) The liver MEDICINE"]. HONG SU-LAN ET AL. shanghai journal of
assists the kidney in regulating water metabolism. and tcm. 2001;35(2):42 (chi*).
maintaining fluid balance in the body. (5) The liver also assists On the basis of ancient literature and modern experiments the
the Sanjiao, . in performing all physiological functions. relationship between kidney and blood circulation is clarified
physiologically, pathologically and clinically. It is believed that
591- gera: 89730/di/ra kidney is the source of original qi and vigorous kidney-qi can
[RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN TAOISM AND TCM ON THE promote blood flow; that kidney is the place where essence
CONCEPT THAT THE BRAIN METAL ACTIVITY]. ZHAI stores and adequate essence and blood can smooth the
SHUANG-QIN ET AL. chinese journal of basic medicine in vessels; kidney is the root of yin-yang and coincidence
tcm. 2001;7(1):13 (chi*). between yin and yang harmonizes the vessels. It is pointed out
Before the existence of the Taoist concept that the mud ball in that the textbook "Basic Theory of Traditional Chinese
the brain governs mentality, the TCM concept that the brain Medicine" neglected the contents about the relationship
governs mental activity had already appeared in an embryonic between kidney and blood circulation, which disagree with
form. And not until modern times has this TCM concept been other
developed under the influence of western anatomy. Besides,
the TCM theory and Taoism have different ideas about the 597- gera: 91644/di/ra
brain and mentality, in the location, approaches of thinking, [RECONSIDERATION OF THE THEORY: THE LUNG AND
and bases of reasoning. Therefore, in this article, it is held that THE LARGE INTESTINE ARE INTERIOR-EXTERIORLY
the formation of the TCM concept that the brain governs RELATED]. JIANG HONG-YAO. chinese journal of basic
mental activity is the result of the introduction of western medicine in tcm. 2001;7(2):17 (chi*).
medicine, and it has nothing to do with the Taoist doctrines The concept of esophagus as a bowel in TCM was brought up,
and principles. and the relationship between the esophagus and the lung was
discussed on the location, physiology, pathology,
592- gera: 89857/di/ra pathogenesis and treatment. The author thought the lung and
[STUDY ON ESSENCE OF VISCERA-STATE ABOUT THE the esophagus being interior-exteriorly related is more
LIVER BEING IN CHARGE OF REGULATING THE reasonable and useful than traditional theory.
ACTIVITY OF VITAL ENERGY IN TCM WITH THE THEORY
OF MENTAL STRESS]. YAN CAN ET AL. journal of tcm. 598- gera: 92481/di/ra
2001;42(1):8 (chi). [STUDY OF SPLEEN IN STORING IDEA AND IN CHARGE
OF THOUGHTS]. JI LI-JIN. journal of fujian college of tcm.
593- gera: 90056/di/ra 2001;11(1):28 (chi*).
[GENERATIVE AND RESTRICTIVE RELATIONSHIP The analysis of relationship between idea and thoughts
STRUCTURE OF FIVE-ZANG]. TIAN XIN ET AL. journal of revealed the internal theoretical basis of spleen in storing of
shandong university of tcm. 2001;25(1):6 (chi*). idea and in charge of thoughts. It indicated that spleen in
By the help of the systematic simulation technology, the storing idea means spleen stores nutrients and idea are
inevitable relationships among the generative and restrictive lodged in Ying blood. Spleen in storing thoughts means the
relationship structure of Five-Zang, the statistic biochemistry presentations of the hub of spleen being in charge
data of human bobby, the traditional knowledge on the periodic
wave pattern of Yin-jing and Yang-qi of Five-Zang, and the 599- gera: 92515/di/ra
weather periodic change in different seasons and different [A DIACRITICAL INTERPRETATION OF THE LEARNING OF
areas in China are discovered. On the base of the above, THE MIND-HEART]. QIANG YU. history of chinese
human body structure that corresponds to Five-Zang functions philosophy. 2001;1:72 (chi).
should be the generative and restrictive relationship structure
of Five -Zang. 600- gera: 92997/di/ra
[ON LIVER]. ZHU GUANG-REN. journal of tianjin college of
594- gera: 90692/di/ra tcm. 2001;20(1):4 (chi).
[ORIGINOLOGICAL ANALYSIS OF THEORY "WILL
STORED IN THE KIDNEY,CORRESPONDING TO FEAR"]. 601- gera: 93924/di/ra
LI RUHUI ET AL. journal of zhejiang college of tcm. [EXPERIMENTAL STUDY ON PHYSIOLOGICAL
2001;25(1):5 (chi*). MECHANISM OF SEASON-VISCERA CORRESPONDENCE-
This paper aims to discuss that the origin of the concept STUDY ON CONTENT RELATION OF MONOAMINE
"physique existing with spirit" is the starting point of the NEUROTRANSMITTER]. XU YANTONG ET AL. chinese
originological study of "will stored in the kidney, corresponding journal of information on tcm. 2001;8(3):27 (chi).
to fear", the definition of "physique existing with spirit" factually
is one of many detailed reflections of TCM returning and suing 602- gera: 94283/di/ra
for peace to traditional culture, its originological basis lies in SPUNTI PER UNA LETTURA INTEGRATA DEL MITO DI
"knowing interior from exterior" and the observation to the life PROMETEO: UNA VISIONE SIMBOLICA DEL FEGATO.
course of "birth, growth, strength, senior, death"; "will" bas MONTALTO M ET AL. rivista italiana di agopuntura.
broad and narrow meanings, the one in Classics has the 2001;100:9-25 (ita*).
narrow meaning, i. e. , will and memory; the origin of "will The comprehension of the livers role and his meaning inside
stored in the kidney" is based on the theory of "essence of life the complex human condition needs a dialectical way of
stored in the kidney", which depending on "subject thinking" knowledge, with an integration of psychic, symbolic,
method grasping the relatin of will and action, meanwhile, the mythological, energetic and religious aspects of this organ.
anti-proof of treatment to amnesia can also be induced to the The net of existing correspondences between different levels

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of observation wants to return dignity and competence to an


integrated vision of the human organism. We go through some 609- gera: 96307/di/ra
of these aspects with the help of Greek mythology that [THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN STOMACH AND KIDNEY
represents the root of the Western culture. Trusting in the AND ITS CLINICAL SIGNIFICANCE]. GAO JIAN-GUO LL
universal potentiality of essences' languages of the symbolic JUN WANG JIN-FENG. shanghai journal of traditional
and ontological dimension of the human being. We tried to chinese medicine. 2001;35(6):44 (chi*).
approach the characteristics of wood "movement" in This paper presents the source and development of the theory,
Traditional Chinese Medicine, departing. from the analysis of "Kidney is the gate of stomach", and its clinical application in
Prometeo's myth. diagnosing and treating chrome stomach diseases in light of
authors' experience. It is thought that regulating kidney is one
603- gera: 94450/di/ra of the important therapies in the treatment of chronic stomach
[INQUIRE INTO RELATIONSHIP OF "ZHONG" AND YING- diseases; warming kidney and nourishing stomach, nourishing
YANG VISCERA-STATE THEORY]. YAN YONGLONG ET kidney and regulating stomach, and transforming and
AL. beijing journal of tcm. 2001;2:9 (chi). activating body fluid can be respectively employed in the
presence of different patterns.
604- gera: 94466/di/ra
[STUDY OF THE TRADITIONAL CHINESE MEDICAL 610- gera: 96335/di/ra
THEORY OF THE KIDNEY RESPONDING TO WINTER IN [INVESTIGATION ON YE GUI'S"STOMACH-YIN
RATS]. LU QUANSHENG ET AL. journal of beijing NOURISHING THEORY]. LIU WEN SHEN LIN. shanghai
university of tcm. 2001;24(2):27 (chi*). journal of traditional chinese medicine. 2001;35(8):40
The theory of the kidney responding to winter is part of the (chi*).
theory of the five zang-organs responding to four seasons in Ye Gui's " stomach-yin nourishing theory " comes from Li
traditional Chinese medicine. The changes in the levels of Dongyuan's On Spleen and Stomach" and believes dial spleen
serum testosterone (T), luteotropic hormone (LH) and follicule- and stomach should be analyzed separately. Stomach yin
stimulating hormone (FSH) were studied in the pineal body- nourishing method includes rescuing stomach fluid to clear
removed SD male rats at the Winter Solstice and the Summer heat, dispelling toxin to preserve stomach fluid, nourishing
Solstice. The results showed that in the normal rats, T level stomach yin to clear lung heat, invigorating stomach to
was high in summer and low in winter, LH level tended to suppress liver hyperactivity, enriching Yin fluid to inhibit kidney
increase at Summer Solstice and FSH level had no obvious fire, moisturizing Yan" meridian to free the movement ofjoints,
seasonal change; but in the pineal body-removed rats, the and nourishing stomach yin to quiet fetus. In the treatment,
levels of all the three, biochemical substances markedly sweet and moist drugs are used to produce stomach fluid, sour
increased at both Winter Solstice and Summer Solstice. It can drugs to enrich stomach yin; " Pulse-Restoring Decoction"is
be concluded that one of the meanings of the theory of the
kidney responding to winter is that the reproductive function of 611- gera: 96338/di/ra
the kidney decreased in winter and increased in summer, and [THE COGNITION OF THE YELLOW EMPEROR'S
the pineal body may be the medium by 1 which the life INTERNAL CLASSIC TO THE BRAIN AND THE SPINAL
reproduction establishes relationships with seasons. CORD THEORY]. DU WEIGUO ET AL. research of tcm.
2001;17(4):3 (chi).
605- gera: 94729/di/ra
[ELEMENTARY TALKING ABOUT THE RELATIONSHIP 612- gera: 96426/di/ra
BETWEEN DU CHANNEL AND THE KIDNEY,UTERUS]. [SUMMARY TO " ORIGINOLOGICAL STUDIES OF TCM
ZHANG SHAOWEN. hubei journal of tcm. 2001;23(4):9 (chi). KIDNEY THEORY]. LI RUHUI. journal of zhejiang college
of traditional chinese medicine. 2001;25(5):5 (chi).
606- gera: 94759/di/ra
IMMAGINI E PAROLE: IL MOVIMENTO FUOCO,IL 613- gera: 96644/di/ra
CUORE,IL PICCOLO INTESTINO,IL MINISTRO DEL CUORE [OPEN UP A NEW WAY TO SEARCH MING MEN]. DU
ED IL TRIPLICE RISCALDATORE INCONTRO CON IL GUO-PING. chinese journal of basic medicine in
LINGUAGGIO IDEOGRAFICO PER UNA DIVERSA traditional chinese medicine. 2001;7(7):13 (chi).
CONOSCENZA DEL REALE. SOTTE L. rivista italiana di
medicina tradizionale cinese. 2001;83(1):19-26 (ita*). 614- gera: 97126/di/ra
The author describes the ideograms concerning Fire Element [ON THE GATE OF LIFE BE THE INBORN ORIGIN]. CHU
and its organs and bowels and in this way introduces the QUAN-GEN. china journal of basic medicine in tcm.
reader to the lnowledge of their physiology in TCM. 2001;7(4):6 (chi*).
The theory of "Kidney is the inborn origin of the body" whose
607- gera: 95276/di/ra influence has existed even to this day advocated by Li
[EXPERIMENTAL RESEARCH OF PHYSIOLOGICAL Zhongzi, the medical scientist in Ming Dynasty is questioned in
MECHANISM ON "SHI ZANG XIANG YING"]. XU YAN- this article. The author holds that U's theory is actually the
TONG ET AL. chinese journal of basic medicine in tcm. negation of the achievements in medical research gained by
2001;7(5):16 (chi*). the other medical scientists in chinese history and it also
"Shi-zhang-xiang-ying" is an important part of the theory of brings about various contradictions and problems in the theory
"zang-xiang" in Traditional Chinese Medicine. To study the of Traditional Chinese Medicine. As the postnatal organs of the
physiological mechanism of "Shi-zang-xiang-ying" theory, body, kidney itself cannot be regarded as the inborn origin.The
based on the research of biological signals, rats had been concept of gate of life advocated in The book of The Classic
exposed to different light surroundings for 30 days. The on Difficulty and elucidated by the medical scientists in Ming
contents of monoamine neurotransmitters in cerebral cortex, Dynasty with great efforts contains rich connotation and its
hippocampus and hypothalamus were determined by HPLC. important position as the real inborn origin of the body should
The results show that significant differences were found in the be detined. By do so, some contradictions in the theory of
contents of monoamine neurotransmitters in cerebral cortex, Traditional Chinese Medicine can be solved and hence, the
hippocampus and hypothalamus and some characteristics theory is necessarily improved, and meanwhile, the method
trends of the changes in monoamine neurotransmitters were and scope of thinking in the research of the fundamental
found. The results suggest that monoamine neurotransmitters theory of Traditional Chinese Medicine can also be developed
in brain correlated to the physiological mechanism of "Shi- and widened.
zang-
615- gera: 97128/di/ra
608- gera: 95423/di/ra [EXPLORING THE POSSIBLE PATTERN OF THEORETIC
[EFFECT OF ESSENCE THEORY OF ANCIENT CHINESE SYSTEM INTEGRATED TRADITIONAL CHINESE MEDICINE
PHILOSOPHY TO ESSENCE LIFE THEORY OF AND WESTERN MEDICINE ON THE HYPOTHESIS OF
TRADITIONAL CHINESE MEDICINE]. SUN GUANG-REN. SHEN-GU-SUI-XUE-NAO AS A FUNCTIONAL UNIT]. CAI
fujian journal of tcm. 2001;32(2):9 (chi). HUI, WANG YAN-JUN, LI EN, ET AL. china journal of basic

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medicine in tcm. 2001;7(4):14 (chi). 627- gera: 99287/di/ra


[ORIGIN OF THE THEORY "KIDNEY DETERMINING THE
616- gera: 97143/di/ra CONDITION OF THE BONE AND MARROW,HAVING ITS
[CLINICAL DIRECT OF "KIDNEY DISEASE CAUSES YAWN MANIFESTATIONS IN THE HAIR OF THE HEAD]. LI
AND SNEEZE]. KE QIAN-SHAN, YANG HONG-ZHI, SHEN RUIHUI. journal of zhejiang college of traditional chinese
WEI-SHENG. china journal of basic medicine in tcm. medicine. 2001;25(4):7 (chi).
2001;7(4):65 (chi).
628- gera: 99363/di/ra
617- gera: 97145/di/ra [EXPERIMENTAL RESEARCH OF MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
[SUMMARIZATION OF EXPERIMENTAL STUDY OF ON MODULATION MECHANISM OF CORRESPONDENCE
KIDNEY IN CHINESE MEDICINE]. LUO WEI-FANG, GUO BETWEEN KIDNEY AND WINTER]. MA SHU-RAN ET AL.
SHU-REN, CHEN SHI-DE. china journal of basic medicine chinese journal of basic medicine in traditional chinese
in tcm. 2001;7(4):75 (chi). medicine. 2001;7(12):16 (chi*).

618- gera: 97693/di/ra 629- gera: 99730/di/ra


[DISCUSSING THE DISCORD OF HEART AND KIDNEY]. [THEORY OF THE SPLEEN BEING IN CHARGE OF
CHEN ZHENG – GUANG. henan journal of traditional SENDING UP ESSENTIAL SUBSTANCE]. YE QING-LIAN.
chinese medicine and phrmacy. 2001;16(3):8 (chi). shandong journal of traditional chinese medicine.
2001;20(11):643 (chi*).
619- gera: 97704/di/ra The effect of the spleen being in charge of sending up
[DISCUSSING THE CONNECTION BETWEEN HEART AND essential substance was discussed from four aspects: the
LIVER AND IT APPLICATION IN CLINIC]. ZHANG QI, ET formation and transformation of qi,the production and
AL. henan journal of traditional chinese medicine and circulation of blood,the derivation and distribution of body fluid,
phrmacy. 2001;16(3):45 (chi). and the steady of zang-fu-organs. Meanwhile, the functions of
the spleen is also closely related to the channel and collateral,
620- gera: 97994/di/ra configuration and constitution of the body, and limbs and
[ON THE DESCRIPTION OF SHEN(SPIRIT) IN HUANG DI' S skeleton.
INTERNAL CLASSIC 2]. HU QIU-YAN. journal of shaanxi
college of traditional chinese medicine. 2001;24(3):11 (chi). 630- gera: 100323/di/ra
[SANJIAO WITH NAME BUT WITHOUT FORM AND
621- gera: 98190/di/ra USAGE]. YU SHEN-ZHONG. shanxi journal of traditional
[DISCUSSING -THE KIDNEY HAS THE FUNCTION OF chinese medicine. 2001;17(6):7 (chi*).
PROMOTING INSPIRATION]. ZHOU WENXIAN. china The theories about Sanjiao in the Yellow Emperor's Internal
journal of traditional chinese medicine and pharmacy. Classic were analyzed. The author thought that the cause of
2001;16(3):41 (chi). contradict about Sanjiao could be concluded as: different
sources of theories, needs of setting up theory, history limit.
622- gera: 98347/di/ra The theories about Sanjiao have no benefit to the study of
[STUDY ON THE THEORIES OF "SPLEEN IS THE ROOT TCM,the opinion about Sanjiao with name but without form
OF LATER HEAVEN AND THE NUTRITION'S UTILIZATION and usage were issued by the author.
IN THE INTERSTINES]. CHEN GUOCHENG HUANG SHIPEI.
heilongjiang journal of traditional chinese medicine. 631- gera: 100390/di/ra
2001;3:2 (chi). [LIVER IS THE "THIEF" OF OTHER ORGANS]. LU
LIANGWEI. journal of zhejiang college of traditional
623- gera: 98535/di/ra chinese medicine. 2001;25(4):3 (chi).
LOS TRES TIPOS METABOLICOS : VATA,PITTA Y KAPHA.
VIVIANA D GUINARTE. medicina holistica. 2001;64:23 632- gera: 100391/di/ra
(esp). [ORIGIN OF THE THEORY "KIDNEY DETERMINING THE
CONDITION OF THE BONE AND MARROW, HAVING ITS
624- gera: 98626/di/ra MANIFESTATIONS IN THE HAIR OF THE HEAD]. LI
[THEORY OF THE SPLEEN BEING IN CHARGE OF RUIHUI. journal of zhejiang college of traditional chinese
SENDING UP ESSENTIAL SUBSTANCE]. YE QING-LIAN. medicine. 2001;25(4):7 (chi).
shandong journal of traditional chinese medicine.
2001;20(11):643 (chi*). 633- gera: 100467/di/ra
The effect of the spleen being in charge of sending up [EXPERIMENTAL RESEARCH OF MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
essential substance was discussed from four aspects: the ON MODULATION MECHANISM OF CORRESPONDENCE
formation and transformation of qi,the production and BETWEEN KIDNEY AND WINTER]. MA SHU-RAN ET AL.
circulation of blood,the derivation and distribution of body fluid, chinese journal of basic medicine in traditional chinese
and the steady of zang-fu-organs. Meanwhile, the functions of medicine. 2001;7(12):16 (chi*).
the spleen is also closely related to the channel and collateral,
configuration and constitution of the body, and limbs and 634- gera: 101118/di/ra
skeleton. [DISCUSSION ON THE STORING AND ELIMINATING OF
VISCERA]. WU HUA-QIANG. journal of anhui traditional
625- gera: 99219/di/ra chinese medical college. 2001;20(3):1 (chi).
[SANJIAO WITH NAME BUT WITHOUT FORM AND
USAGE]. YU SHEN-ZHONG. shanxi journal of traditional 635- gera: 103734/di/ra
chinese medicine. 2001;17(6):7 (chi*). [DISCUSSION ON THE THEORY OF THE SPLEEN BEING
The theories about Sanjiao in the Yellow Emperor's Internal IN CHARGE OF THE DEFENSIVE FUNCTION]. WANG YUN-
Classic were analyzed. The author thought that the cause of FU. journal of shandong university of tcm. 2001;25(3):209
contradict about Sanjiao could be concluded as: different (chi*).
sources of theories, needs of setting up theory, history limit. The theory of the spleen being in charge of the defensive
The theories about Sanjiao have no benefit to the study of function, which means to protect the body and prevent
TCM,the opinion about Sanjiao with name but without form diseases, consists of preventive treatment, preventing the
and usage were issued by the author. progress of diseases and the quick recovery of diseases. The
foundation of the theory is that the spleen and stomach
626- gera: 99286/di/ra provide the material bases of the acquired constitution. The
[LIVER IS THE "THIEF" OF OTHER ORGANS]. LU spleen also has close relationship with other organs and
LIANGWEI. journal of zhejiang college of traditional orifices, which are the presention of the function of the spleen
chinese medicine. 2001;25(4):3 (chi). defense. It is the pathological basis of the dysfunction of the
spleen being in charge of the defensive function that the

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dysfunction of digestion, the imbalance of Qi and blood, the Chakren werden so auch als Energie- und
disorder of pivotal function of the spleen and the disorder of Qi Bewusstseinsräume verstanden. Die Chakren Akupunktur
and fire in the body. So, invigorating the spleen, removing the ermöglicht den therapeutischen Zugang zu diesen
pathogenic dampness from the body and regulating other Bewusstseins- und Energieebenen und führt so zu einer
organs are the main methods to recover the function of the Erweiterung der Behandlungsmöglichkeiten. Bei der Chakren
spleen being in charge of the defense. In clinic, the spleen Akupunktur werden neben den nach chinesischen
should be regulated both in deficiency and excess Gesichtspunkten ausgewählten Akupunkturpunkten weitere
Punkte, die "Chakrenpunkte", genadelt, die im Bereich der
636- gera: 104039/di/ra Chakren liegen. Dadurch kommt es zu einer Aktivierung der
THE LOCATION AND FUNCTION OF THE SANJIAO . QU Chakren, sowie einer Anregung des Energieflusses in ihnen,
LIFANG, GARVEY M. journal of chinese medicine. was man auch Öffnen der Chakren nennt. Das ermöglicht den
2001;65:26 (eng). Patienten diese Räume bewusst
wahrzunehmen.(ACUPUNCTURE OF THE CHAKRES AND
637- gera: 104495/di/ra OTHER METHODS OF ENERGETIC DIAGNOSE AND
[TALKING ABOUT 'CONGREGATED IN STOMACH AND THERAPY)
CONNECTED WITH LUNG' BY THE CONNECTION
BETWEEN STOMACH AND LUNG]. CHEN YU-LONG. 643- gera: 115576/di/ra
henan journal of traditional chinese medicine and IST DAS HERZ EINE PUMPE?. KOGEL M. deutsche
pharmacy. 2001;16(4):6 (chi). zeitschrift fur akupunktur. 2001;44(2a):257 (deu).
Der medizinische, insbesondere der intensivmedizinische
638- gera: 112537/di/ra Alltag lässt bei kritischer Beobachtung immer wieder Zweifel
DIE VONEINANDER ABHANGIGE BEWENGUNG VON QI an unserer gültigen Vorstellung von der Herz-Kreislauf-
UND FLUSSIGKEITEN IM DREI-ERWARMER. RODER K. Funktion aufkommen und gibt Anlass zum Hinterfragen. Wie
deutsche zeitschrift fur akupunktur. 2001;44(2a):242 (deu). kann der Herzmuskel bei unterschiedlichster
Patientenkondition allein schon in Ruhe täglich 8000 1
639- gera: 112556/di/ra Flüssigkeit mit dreimal höherer Viskosität als Wasser durch ein
CHAKREN AKUPUNKTUR UND ANDERE METHODEN DER Röhrensystem pumpen? Wie funktioniert der venöse
ENERGIEDIAGNOSE UND THERAPIE. STUX G. deutsche Rückstrom und woher kommt dabei die sogenannte "Vorlast",
zeitschrift fur akupunktur. 2001;44(2a):248 (deu). die nach dem Frank-Starling-Gesetz die Auswurf leistung
bestimmt, bei sinkender Herzkraft aber erstaunlicherweise
640- gera: 112585/di/ra ansteigt? Worin besteht die Triebkraft im Pfortaderkeislauf?
IST DAS HERZ EINE PUMPE?. KOGEL M. deutsche Wer "pumpt" die Lymphe durch ihr System? usw. Die einzige
zeitschrift fur akupunktur. 2001;44(2a):257 (deu). Antwort darauf erfordert ein völliges Umdenken, denn sie
besteht darin, dass das Blut nicht vom Herzen durch den
641- gera: 115528/di/ra Kreislauf "gepumpt" wird, sondern als aktive Zelleistung des
DIE VONEINANDER ABHANGIGE BEWENGUNG VON QI Kapillarendothels unabhängig von der Herzfunktion aus der
UND FLUSSIGKEITEN IM DREI-ERWARMER. RODER K. Peripherie zum Herzen strömt, was dann als "Vorlast"
deutsche zeitschrift fur akupunktur. 2001;44(2a):242 (deu). gemessen wird. Das Herz erweist sich dabei lediglich als
The Triple Burner is a name, but no form. This quote from the sekundäres Organ, dessen Funktion darin besteht, den
Classic of Difficulties demonstrates the nature of problems, we ankommenden Blutstrom durch das Klappensystern in eine
are going to encounter when working with the functional Richtung zu lenken, ihm einen zusätzlichen Impuls im Sinne
concept of The Triple Burner While the san jiao works as a von Fließkraftverstärkung zu geben und dieser Strömung
yang organ within the Five Elements, it actually contains and durch die Anordnung der Muskelfaserschichten einen
enfolds not only the other yang organs but all the yin organs spiraligen Verlauf zu verleihen. Das spiralig strömende Blut
too. Unlike any other meridian its correspondending meridian fließt beschleunigt durch die arterielle Windkesselfunktron
does not run to a specific organ. In order to understand these widerstandslos, während ein laminarer Flow des viskosen
seeming discrepancies and difficulties, I want to provide you Blutes sich durch zunehmende Widerstandserhöhung auf
with the necessary information from the Taoist background kurzer Strecke selbst blockieren würde. Die Tatsache, dass
and reveal its connection with the Book of Changes. After alle aktiven Vorgänge einschließlich des Kreislaufantriebs in
explaining step by step the interdependence of the various der Peripherie stattfinden erklärt, warum alle dort angreifenden
movements of qi jing (essence), xue (blood) and Jin-Ye (fluids) Reize über die Endothel-Grundsubstanz-ZellmembranStrecke
in the three spaces (Upper, Middle, Lower Burner), I will die Organdurchblutung und damit ihre Funktion beeinflussen
discuss briefly several dysfunctions and therapeutic können.(IS THE HEART ONLY A PUMP?)
procedures. Final comment: there is the Triple Burner, like a
functional concept, but it does not exist beyond the organ 644- gera: 117773/di/ra
functional network. (THE INDEPENDENT MOVEMENT OF QI [DE LA VESSIE]. REMPP C. revue francaise d'
AND FLUIDS IN THE TRIPLE BURNER) acupuncture. 2001;107:10 (chi*).

642- gera: 115547/di/ra 645- gera: 101105/di/ra


CHAKREN AKUPUNKTUR UND ANDERE METHODEN DER [ON FUNCTIONS OF "GATE OF LIFE"]. ZHANG JIAWEI.
ENERGIEDIAGNOSE UND THERAPIE. STUX G. deutsche jiangsu journal of tcm. 2002;23(2):15 (chi).
zeitschrift fur akupunktur. 2001;44(2a):248 (deu).
Chakren Akupunktur ist eine vom Autor in der Praxis 646- gera: 101827/di/ra
entwickelte Ergänzung und Erweiterung der traditionellen [EXPLORING AND ANALYZING WANG QISHI' S
chinesischen Akupunktur. Sie wird als zusätzliche Möglichkeit ACADEMIC THOUGHTS ON THE SPLEEN AND
der Vertiefung der klassischen Akupunktur durch das STOMACH]. JI LIJIN. chinese journal of medical history.
Einbeziehen des indischen Systems der Chakren angewendet. 2002;32(1):39 (chi*).
Die Chakren Akupunktur erweitert die traditionelle
Akupunkturanwendung durch die Integration des indischen 647- gera: 102088/di/ra
Chakrensystems in die Diagnostik und Therapie und [RELATION OF BOUND STRESS AND LIVER IN
ermöglicht den Zugang zu tieferen Bewusstseins- und TRADITIONAL CHINESE MEDICINE]. TANG YITING ET AL.
Energieebenen. Die Chakren der indischen Medizin sind china journal of tcm and pharmacy. 2002;17(2):82 (chi).
Energiezentren ähnlich den chinesischen Organen. Man kennt
7 Hauptchakren in der Mittellinie des Körpers vom Damm zum 648- gera: 102114/di/ra
Schädeldach. Den Chakren werden ähnlich den chinesischen [DISCUSSION OF WEI QI-DIFFERENTIAL DIAGNOSIS OF
Organen bestimmte Funktionen zugeschrieben. Daneben AIDS]. CHEN YU . chinese journal of basic medicine in
entsprechen Chakren bestimmten Bewusstseinszustände z.B. traditional chinese medicine. 2002;8(4):11 (chi*).
das Herzchakra dem Mitgefühl, das Dritte Auge der Nei Wei Qi ( Internal Defensive Qi), as a term, is introduced for
Erkenntnis, das Solarplexuschakra dem Selbstgefühl. Die the differential diagnosis of Acquired Immunodeficiency

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Syndrome (AIDS) Nei Wei Qi is one part of the zheng qi of the 654- gera: 102711/di/ra
body. It comes from yuan qi, and is nourished by the acquired [DISCUSS ON THE ORIGINAL RESEARCH OF THE
nutrients. It belongs to qi and yin. It is located inside and CORRELATION BETWEEN THE FIVE PHASES AND THE
outside of blood vessels. It runs through the entire body VISCERA IN HUANGDI]. JING ZHOU QIANG ET AL. journal
ncluding five zang organs, six fu organs, head, limbs, etc. The of traditional chinese medicinal literature. 2002;73(1):11
normal function of Nei (chi).

649- gera: 102195/di/ra 655- gera: 103119/di/ra


[EXPERIMENTAL STUDY ON THE RELATIONSHIP [EXPLORING AND DISCUSSING "CORRELATION OF FEI
BETWEEN THE PHYSIOLOGICAL MECHANISM OF "THE ORGAN AND SHEN ORGAN" BY THE INTEGRATION OF
KIDNEY RELATING TO WINTER" AND THE LEVEL OF CHINESE AND WESTERN MEDICINE]. WANG SHULING ET
MELATONIN]. MA SHURAN GUO XIAZHEN LIU YANCHI ET AL . china journal of tcm and pharmacy. 2002;17(4):221
AL. journal of beijing university of traditional chinese (chi).
medicine. 2002;25(2):19 (chi*).
The regularity of the change in the levels of melatonin (NIT) in 656- gera: 103426/di/ra
the pineal body, serum and hypothalamus- pituitary-testicle [DISCUSSION ON "WHAT FIVE ZANG-ORGANS IS IN CELL
axis in summer and winter seasons was investigated in rats in LEVEL" IS A SCIENCE PROBLEM OF TCM]. TIAN JIN-
order to study "the kidney relating to winter" theory. The results WEN, SHI QIAO-RONG, LIU SHU-PING. journal of
revealed that in the normal rats, the level of melatonin in the shandong university of traditional chinese medicine.
pineal body increased in winter and decreased in summer, and 2002;26(2):82 (chi*).
that in the serum and hypothalamus-pituitary-testicle axis It is suggested and demonstrated that " what five Zang-organs
tended upwards in winter and downwards in summer is in cell level" is a science problem of TCM. The author
correspondingly; but in the pineal-body-removed rats, the considered that the key point to studying cell by TCM's
levels of melatonin in the serum and hypothalamus-pituitary- theoretic thinking independently is to explain the mechanism of
testicle axis decreased significantly in both seasons. Three life function with theory of five Zang-organs, and pointed out
conclusive points can be drawn from the results: (I) there is a that there is an evolution law from five Zang-organs in cell
marked seasonal change in the levesl of melatonin in the level to five Zang-organs in body level. It is thought that TCM
pineal body, serum and hypothalamus-pituitary-testicle axis; 0 is established in evolution and relation existence to study life.
that the reproduction function has a tendency to be weak in the The conception of primordial five Zang-organs was advanced.
Winter Solstice and to be strong in the Summer Solstice For example, the evolution law was discussed from " what the
(according to "the kidney relating to winter" theory) is related to liver Zang-organ is in cell level" to liver Zang-organs'anatomize
the regulating effects on the function of the sexual gland axis base, the system of body's smooth muscle. It was also pointed
of the seasonal change in the levels of melatonin in the pineal out the substance base of primordial liver Zang-organs is
body, serum and hypothalamus-pituitary-testicle axis; (3) that
the correlation between the physiological mechanism of "the 657- gera: 103476/di/ra
kidney relating to winter" and the seasonal change in the levels [EXTRAORDINARY ORGANS HAVE NO THEIR
of melatonin in the pineal body, serum and hypothalamus- CLASSIFICATIONS ACCORDING TO THE THEORY OF
pituitary-testicle axis is introduced by the photosensitive FIVE ELEMENTS, TRUE OR FALSE?]. WANG WUZHOU.
melatonin in the pineal body; and the physiological mechanism journal of shaanxi college of traditional chinese medicine.
of "the kidney relating to winter" has a molecular biological 2002;25(2):17 (chi).
basis.
658- gera: 104312/di/ra
650- gera: 102239/di/ra [HYPOTHESIS OF THE ESSENCE OF FIVE ZANG IN TCM(
[PLAIN TREATISE ON YIN AND YANG OF SPLEEN]. 1) -"SPLEEN" AND MITOCHONDRION]. ZHENG MIN-LIN,
ZHANG JIA FA, ZHANG YOUXIANG. forum on traditional RUAN SHI-WEI. chinese journal of basic medicine in
chinese medicine. 2002;17(2):22 (chi). traditional chinese medicine. 2002;8(5):10 (chi*).
Mithochondrions are "the plant of power" with cell, supplying
651- gera: 102345/di/ra the energy which body depends on all the time in every biology
[EXPLORING AND ANALYZING WANG QISHI' S chemical reaction or action of livers. More depended on
ACADEMIC THOUGHTS ON THE SPLEEN AND energy the organ and tissues, such as striated muscles, brain,
STOMACH]. JI LIJIN. chinese journal of medical history. kidney, small intestine mucous membrane and so on, more
2002;32(1):39 (chi*). closely relation with the state of mitochondrions' functions.
There are several academic characteristics about the spleen Because the characteristic of mitochondrion above-mentioned
and the stomach which could be used when identifying and is similar to spleen in many ways, which has the fame of "the
treating the consumption diseases in Li xu yuan jian (Mirror to source of Qi and blood" and "the material basis of the acquired
Manage the Vacuity Pattern), which was written by Wang constitution". The article compared the theory of spleen in
Qishi, a doctor of the Ming dynasty. About the cause of illness TCM with the characteristic of mitochondrion' s functions, and
and patho - mechanism, he attached importance to the relation the result suggest that they are same concepts.The
among the essence, Qi and fire (spirit). And he considered that mitochondrion is the essence of the spleen in
the three sides of the Yang vacuity were belonged to the
spleen. About the differentiation of syndromes for treatment, 659- gera: 104907/di/ra
he emphasized the whole connection among treasures and [PRACTICAL APPLICATION OF THEORY OF EXTERNAL
houses. He put forward that the treatment with the vacuity AND INTERNAL RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN LUNG AND
pattern should have three bases: the spleen, the lung and the LARGE INTESTINE]. WU CHUNLIN. jiangsu journal of
kidney, in which he especially stressed the spleen, fully traditional chinese medicine. 2002;23(8):31 (chi).
reflecting the important academic viewpoint of "the spleen is
the mother of body". 660- gera: 105060/di/ra
[DISCUSSION ON PHYSIOPATHOLOGICAL BASIS OF
652- gera: 102554/di/ra "THE LIVER IS THE CONGENITAL DEPENDENCE OF
[ON FUNCTIONS OF"GATE OF LIFE" (2)]. ZHANG JIAWEI. WOMEN" AND ITS CLINICAL SIGNIFICANCE]. MALAYSIA-
jiangsu journal of traditional chinese medicine. YAN AIXIN. tianjin journal of traditional chinese medicine.
2002;23(3):3 (chi). 2002;19(4):57 (chi*).
The liver is the congenital dependence of women was put
653- gera: 102555/di/ra forward firstly in Linzheng Zhinan Yi ' an written by Ye Tianshi
[ON DIFFERENTIAL DIAGNOSIS AND TREATMENT OF with a pronounced influence. The theory had certain
ABNORMALITY IN BODY FLUID DISTRIBUTION]. TANG significance for clinical practice. It was discussed on the
YINGXUE . jiangsu journal of traditional chinese medicine. physiological and pathological basis and with respect to the
2002;23(3):6 (chi). clinical significance and shown that the liver was the pivot of
menstruation, leukorrhea, pregnancy and delivery. The

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physiological basis was the close relationship between the reproductive essence derived from parents in a narrow sense
liver and two extra channels (Chong and Ren Channels) . The and to a vital substance necessary for human composition and
pathological basis was the syndrome of stagnation of liver qi, life maintenance in a broad sense ; that nourishing kidneys
deficiency of the liver blood, and stagnant qi of the liver turning can generate reproductive reproductive essence and life
to fire, which was often found in women. The clinical essence. Therefore, it is said that
manifestations and therapeutic effects of gynecopathy
secondary to the liver diseases were discussed deeply. 669- gera: 106136/di/ra
Regulating and nourishing the liver was one of the often-used [HYPOTHESIS AND IMPLICATION OF BRAIN-INTESTINE
therapies in CONNECTION]. ZHANG SI-CHAO. chinese journal of basic
medicine in traditional chinese medicine. 2002;8(6):6 (chi*).
661- gera: 105081/di/ra The article studies the theoretical basis for the hypothesis of
[CHANGING FROM THE HEART DOMINATE MIND THEORY brain-intestine connection from 3 perspectives, suggesting the
TO BRAIN DOMINATE MIND THEORY]. CHEN SHI-KUI. discovery of brain gut peptide make the hypothesis possible.
chinese journal of basic medicine in traditional chinese And the neuro-gastroenterology offers another foundation.The
medicine. 2002;8(7):14 (chi*). clinical report on the relationship of brain-intestinal disease is
the base of this hypothesis. This hypothesis is vital to
662- gera: 105276/di/ra traditional Chinese medicine and treatment of brain-intestinal
[ANALYSIS AND EXPLAINATION OF MODEM ESSENCE disease.
OF THE SPLEEN IN TCM AND ITS VALUE]. ZHONG FEI .
acta chinese medicine and pharmacology. 2002;30(4):3 670- gera: 106137/di/ra
(chi*). [ON ANUS'S BEING ONE OF THE OFFICEHOLDERS OF
to analyze and explain the modem essence spleen, the core FIVE ZANG ORGANS]. GAO XIN-YAN. chinese journal of
its value and methods. Methods. form view of philosophy, basic medicine in traditional chinese medicine. 2002;8(6):8
compared with the theory of contemporay advanced life (chi).
sience, we find out the connection with the each other,
conclusion: spceen, as an extensive produce, which is due to 671- gera: 106211/di/ra
laying undue emphasis on its digest function during the [COMPARATIVE STUDY ON "HEART" IN CHINESE
process of development of the theory of traditional chinese MEDICINE AND WESTERN MEDICINE]. ZHANG TING, LI
medicine, Now, it is considered that the modem essence of QI-ZHONG, CHEN HUI-JUAN. acta universitatis traditionis
spleen is a conbination of multiple substance functions in medicalis sinensis pharmacologiaeque shanghai.
unison over time and space in digestive system, a multiple 2002;16(2):10 (chi*).
control network; and a spreading and extension of a constant In comparative study on the "heart" in the anatomy, physiology
metabolism of man's life and disease patterns between Chinese medicine and western
medicine, the authors believe that the heart in the organ
663- gera: 105523/di/ra phenomena is based upon certain anatomical knowledge. The
[ON THE INTERRELATIONSHIP BETWEEN heart in the theoretic system of Chinese medicine is similar to
GASTROINTESTINAL AND SPLENICO-GASTRIC the heart of western medicine in the physiological functions,
FUNCTIONAL ACTIVITIES OF QI]. SHEN SHU-WEN, CAO but it exceeds the relative knowledge of the hear in western
HAI-TAO, ET AL. journal of shaanxi college of traditional medicine, for it is related to the cardiovascular system,
chinese medicine. 2002;25(4):1 (chi). nervous system, blood system and metabolic functions. It was
concluded by comparison that theoretic extension of the heart
664- gera: 105588/di/ra phenomena in Chinese medicine was not created in a slipshod
[THE DISCUSSION ON THE DISCORD OF THE LIVER AND way and was based upon large numbers of detailed
THE SPLEEN.]. WANG XUDONG. gansu journal of experience and facts. Some insufficiency exists in the concept
traditional chinese medicine. 2002;15(4):3 (chi*). of the heart in western medicine and the morphological limit of
the local organ was not the border of its functions.
665- gera: 105837/di/ra
[INTRODUCTION TO PROFESSOR DENG TIETAO'S FIVE 672- gera: 106370/di/ra
ZANG-ORGAN-RELATED THEORY]. LIU XIAO-BIN LIU [EXPLORATION ON THE THEORY OF HEART AND LUNG
YOU-ZHANG. shanghai journal of traditional chinese RELATIONSHIP]. ZHENG YANG LIN LIN, ZHANG JING.
medicine. 2002;36(7):36 (chi*). journal of laoning college of traditional chinese medicine.
Five zang-organ-related theory is proposed by professor Deng 2002;4(2):84 (chi).
Tie-tao, an eminent TCM physician, on the basis of his
decades of clinical experience. This theory is elucidated 673- gera: 106768/di/ra
through the treatment of coronary heart disease, hypertension, [PREMILINARY DISCUSSION ON STOMACH ENERGY].
myasthenia gravis, chronic hepatitis and liver cirrhosis. It is DONG YU, ZHANG JI-ZHONG. journal of laoning college of
believed that this theory can be used Lo guide clinical practice traditional chinese medicine. 2002;4(3):186 (chi).
and then enhance the clinical efficacy, including some
stubborn diseases. 674- gera: 106965/di/ra
[SUBSTANTIAL GOD OF THE HEART ORGAN AND
666- gera: 105879/di/ra FUNCTIONAL GOD OF THE BRAIN]. PIAO SHUNTIAN.
[STUDY ON THE IMPLICATION OF" IIU FU (SIX FU china journal of traditional chinese medicine and
ORGANS) " FROM THE ANGLE OF ANCIENT CULTURES]. pharmacy. 2002;17(7):395 (chi*).
HAO BAO-HUA, DONG HAI-II. knowledge of ancient The issue was discussed in this article that the Heart and the
medical literature. 2002;18(3):7 (chi). brain are both in charge of mental activities. The proposition
was delivered that the God of Heart Organ is substantial and
667- gera: 105886/di/ra the God of the brain is functional. The brain is not only
[ZANGFU ORGANS AND VIEWPOINT OF HOLISTIC functionally floating and converging passage of Yin and Yang,
BEAUTIFICATION IN TRADITIONAL CHINESE MEDICINE]. the vital energy and blood, the essence and the mind as well
ZHANG YU-XIANG. knowledge of ancient medical as the passage of the function of the five Zang organs but also
literature. 2002;18(3):17 (chi). converging point of the God which it stores the essence of life.
The Heart organ is the total dominator of the five Zang and six
668- gera: 105971/di/ra Fu organs and in charge of mental activities. which are in
[ON " KIDNEYS GENERATING ESSENCE]. LIN SHUI-MIAO. charge of the body and figure. It is in charge of the blood and
shanghai journal of traditional chinese medicine. the vessels and delivers mental activities to the brain through
2002;36(8):6 (chi*). the blood and the vessels. It is the origin of mental activities
This paper presents some views on " kidneys generating while the brain is the floating and converging point of mental
essence" on the basis of clinical and experimental studies. It is activities. So all function of the five Zang organs shows in
argued ztlud, in Chinese medicine, " essence " refers to the "substantial basis of mental activities exists in the Heart organ

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and the functional manifestations are presented in the brain". 682- gera: 108642/di/ra
Modem research proved that the Heart can modulate the brain [ENTITY OF THE FIVE ZANG-ORGANS OF TRADITIONAL
and mental activities of man, the Heart is the center of life CHINESE MEDICINE ORIGINATE FROM THE
metabolism, and the normal function of brain depends on TRIDERMOGENESIS]. LUO ZHENG-WEI. chinese journal
of basic medicine in tcm. 2002;8(9):3 (chi).
675- gera: 107008/di/ra
[CLINICAL APPLICATION OF THE SPLEEN AND 683- gera: 109067/di/ra
STOMACH'S ASCENDING AND DESCENDING THEORY]. LE FOIE EST LE « PIVOT » DE LA REGULATION DU QI ET
FU LI-LI. chinese journal of basic medicine in traditional DU SANG. CHEN JIA-XU. acupuncture traditionnelle
chinese medicine. 2002;28(8):61 (chi*). chinoise. 2002;6:11 (fra).
The ascending and descending movement of spleen and En fait, il est suivi depuis deux ans par un psychiatre pour une
stomach was one of most important physiological function in grave dépression et a été hospitalisé pour délire paranoïaque
humanbody. It had closely influence upon the ascending and (traitement : FLOXIFRAL, LYSANXIA, HALDOL).
descending, inletting and outletting movement of functional
activites. The method of strengthening spleen and regulating 684- gera: 109072/di/ra
stomach was one principal treatment for the disturbance of L'APPLICATION EN ACUPUNCTURE-MOXIBUSTION DE
spleen and stomach's ascending and descending. LA THEORIE SUR LE SAN JIAO (TRIPLE RECHAUFFEUR).
TIAN LI-FANG. acupuncture traditionnelle chinoise.
676- gera: 107311/di/ra 2002;6:64 (fra).
[CHINESE CULTURE.TCM AND TUJIA MINORITY
MEDICINE.]. X. hunan guiding journal of tgmp. 685- gera: 109541/di/ra
2002;8(5):219 (chi*). SHEN-ASPETTI PSICHICI NELLA MEDICINA CINESE: I
Chinese culture is brilliant, and Tujia Minority Medicine is also CLASSICI E LA CLINITA CONTEMPORANEA
in long history. Though there isnt Tujia Minority character, by TRADITIONAL CHINESE MEDICINE: CUPPING THERAPHY.
way of absorbing the essence from TCM and other Chinese ELISA ROSSI ET AL. rivista italiana di medicina
traditional culture , Tujia Minority Medicine has formed vivid tradizionale cinese. 2002;89:79 (ita).
and easy understanding medicine with unique efficacy.
686- gera: 109869/di/cg
677- gera: 107651/di/ra ASPECTS DU DUUMVIRAT RATE-ESTOMAC :
[PRACTICE AND EXTENSION OF CHENXIUYUAN ON COMMISSION MEDICO SINOLOGIQUE :. DUBOIS JC, ET
SPLEEN - STOMACH DOCTRINE]. LIN HUIGUANG ET AL. AL. vi congres national de la faformec,clermont-ferrand.
china journal of tcm and pharmacy. 2002;17(8):458 (chi*). 2002;:130 (fra).
Chen Xiu - yuan made a profound research on spleen -
stomach doctrine and had a peculiar view upon it. He regarded 687- gera: 110435/di/ra
both spleen and kidney as the basis of reproduction. He [FIVE VISCERA OF TCM IS A MODULATING MODEL OF
expounded the theory that earth can generate water and THE HUMAN BODY]. MA SHU-RAN, LIU YAN-CHI, GUO
essence originates from food and drink in physiology. In the XIA-ZHEN, ET AL. chinese journal of basic medicine in
meantime, he delivered the theory that five Zang organs tcm. 2002;8(11):1 (chi*).
benefit Erom the spleen and spleen is the basis of five Zang Analyzed and summarized the present research work on five
organs. Pathologically, he expounded the following etiology viscera with the theory of 'system, the author believes that the
and pathogenesis as stomach is material basis of the acquired five viscera of TCM is a classification on mechanisms of
constitution, both hyperfunction and hypofunction can cause modulation of the human body changing with the seasons, and
disease. There are many therapeutical methods for regulating that they are the functional structures-physiological modulating
and restoring the function of spleen and stomach, but he models. The relationship between the five viscera of TCM and
creatively presented the therapy of warming - spleen and NEI is high and low levels, abstract and concrete, modulating
drying - spleen for diabetes as well as warming the spleen and software and hardware.
depressing the kidney for lumbago etc and gave
688- gera: 110436/di/ra
678- gera: 107674/di/ra [STUDY ON THE APPLICATION OF THE PRINCIPLE OF
[BASIC THEORETIC STUDIES ON THE THEORY STRUCTURE AND FUNCTION FROM THE ANGLE OF
FUNCTION OF LIVER YANG BASED ON YIN AND BLOOD]. LIVER WITH THE STRUCTURE OF YIN AND FUNCTION OF
LIU RUI ET AL. chinese journal of basic medicine in tcm. YANG]. LI RU-HUI. chinese journal of basic medicine in
2002;8(3):3 (chi*). tcm. 2002;8(11):4 (chi*).
LIVER is one of the Five Zang Organs. It is the first in the Five In the philosophy of China structure and function have two
Elements and the last according to the Six Channels. Its meanings which including common and special. It is widely
Mother-organ is water and Child-organ is fire. So, liver locates used in macroscopical fields. But when we use "The structure
in the middle of Yin and Yang by ancient people. The function of yin and function of yang of the liver" in microcosmic fields, it
of liver includes not only storing visible blood but also will lead to the deviation of the structure and the function. It
maintaining patency for the flow of invisible vital energy. It makes the decline of the TCM to
promotes the movement of blood and vital energy which is the
basis of life. The theory that function of liver Yang based on 689- gera: 110438/di/ra
Yin and blood is developed and it is the high summary of [STUDY OF RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN "KIDNEY
physiology PRODUCING MEDULLA" AND FUNCTION OF CENTRAL
NERVOUS SYSTEM ]. ZHUANG JIAN-QING, GUO RUI-XIN,
679- gera: 107918/di/ra ZENG ZHAO-LIN ET. chinese journal of basic medicine in
[THE MATERIAL BASIS OF MEANING OF " SPIRIT" AND tcm. 2002;8(11):21 (chi*).
ITS CHARACTER]. LI SHENGCAI ET AL. chinese archives Objective : The experiment is to investigate the relationship
of traditional chinese medicine. 2002;20(5):650 (chi). between "the Kidney producing the Medulla" in TCM and
function of central nervous system. Methods: Two" kidney
680- gera: 108106/di/ra vacuity" models of male rat, castration and vacuity taxation
[MY OPINION ON THE DISPELLING AND DESCENDING 'kidney vacuity" models, were produced. With neurophysiology
FUNCTIONS OF THE LUNGS]. JIAO ZHENLIAN. shaanxi methods, the auditory brainstem response (ABR), sensory
journal of tcm. 2002;23(10):915 (chi). evoked potential (SEP), absolute refractory period of neuron-
muscular transmission of gastrocnemius (APP), as well as
681- gera: 108394/di/ra amino acid and monoamine transmitters in brain were
[MY OPINION ON DIFFERENT ARTICLE OF "TRIPLE measured. Results : Testosterone (T) level in two" kidney
ENERGIZER"]. QU LI-FANG. knowledge of ancient medical vacuity" model rat's blood was lowered. For function conditions
literature. 2002;19(4):32 (chi). of sensory-nervous system, there is a prolonged (delayed)
peak latency of ABR and SEP, a risen threshold of ABR in

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these models. For motor-nerve- muscle function, ARP was


prolonged. The amino acid and monoamine transmitters level 700- gera: 112660/di/ra
in brain were found lower than normal group' s, exception [COGNITION ON PHYSIOLOGICAL FUNCTION OF THE
GABA in castration group' s. Conclusion : There is a reducing BRAIN DOMINATING MIND]. LIU KE, LI JIAN-SHENG.
(lower) CNS excitability in " kidney vacuity" model rat, in which journal of laoning college of tcm. 2003;5(1):6 (chi).
T level in blood is lower. T in blood might play an important
role to influence function condition of CNS by modulating some 701- gera: 113017/di/ra
neurotransmitter synthesizing and releasing. [STUDY ON THE THEORY OF "THE LIVER AS A DELICATE
ZANG-ORGAN]. REN LI, ZHANG WU-ZHOU. chinese
690- gera: 110905/di/ra journal of basic medicine in tcm. 2003;9(2):4 (chi*).
[CHINESE CULTURE: TCM AND TUJIA MINORITY
MEDICINE]. X. hunan guiding journal of tcmp. 702- gera: 113371/di/ra
2002;8(5):219 (chi*). [PROBE INTO THE THEORY OF LIVER'S REGULATING
Chinese culture is brilliant, and Tujia Minority Medicine is also EMOTIONS AND PSYCHO LOGICAL STRESS]. HUSHU-
in long history. Though there isn't Tujia Minority character, by MIN. jiangxi journal of tcm. 2003;34(2):12 (chi).
way of absorbing the essence from TCM and other Chinese
traditional culture, Tujia Minority Medicine has formed vivid 703- gera: 113638/di/ra
and easy understanding medicine with unique efficacy. [PRESENT STATE OF RESEARCH ANALYSIS AND
THINKING ABOUT RELATION MECHANISM OF SPLEEN
691- gera: 111566/di/ra AND STOMACH WITH MIND AND CONSCIOUSNESS].
MEDECINE CHINOISE ET YIJING: A PROPOS D' ZHANG LIPING. china journal of tcm and pharmacy.
ESTOMAC ET COEUR. DUBOIS JC ET BUI A. acupuncture 2003;18(2):110 (chi).
et moxibustion. 2002;1(3-4):22 (fra).
704- gera: 113783/di/ra
692- gera: 112049/di/ra [NEW EXPLANATION ON INTERIOR AND EXTERIOR
[REGARDING CELIAC PLEXUS AS MIDDLE WARMER- RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN THE LUNG AND LARGE
EXPLORING THE ENTITY OF TRIPLE WARMER]. TIAN INTESTINE]. YAN XING-KE ZHANG GUANG-QUAN WANG
ZAISHAN ET AL. tianjin journal of tcm. 2002;19(2):33 (chi*). YU, ET AL. acta universitatis traditionis medicalis sinensis
pharmacologiaeque shanghai. 2003;17(1):6 (chi*).
693- gera: 112830/di/ra
[RESEARCH OF THE RELATION OF MODULATION 705- gera: 113906/di/ra
MECHANISM OF "KIDNEY CORRESPONDS TO WINTER" ACUPUNCTURE AND THE HEART-MIND SPLIT. MICHAEL
IN TCM AND HYPOTHALAMUS G PROTEIN]. LIU XIAOYAN T GREENWOOD, MB (MD). medical acupuncture.
ET AL. china journal of tcm and pharmacy. 2002;17(11):660 2003;14(2):22 (eng*).
(chi*).
706- gera: 114096/di/ra
694- gera: 112841/di/ra [EXPOUNDING OF BRAINS ESSENCE]. REN JI-XUE.
[ANATOMICAL RESEARCH OF TRIPLE ENERGIZER AND chinese journal of basic medicine in tcm. 2003;9(3):1 (chi*).
PERICARDIUM]. TIANBEN PINGNAN. china journal of tcm
and pharmacy. 2002;17(11):699 (chi). 707- gera: 114636/di/ra
[RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN TCM HEART-BRAIN AND
695- gera: 111268/di/ra CONSCIOUSNESS]. ZHANG WEI, YAN JIE. hunan guiding
[RECONSIDERATION ON "HEART GOVERNING MIND " journal of tcmp. 2003;9(1):11 (chi).
AND "BRAIN GOVERNING MIND"]. CHEN SHI-KUI.
shanghai journal of tcm. 2003;37(1):3 (chi*). 708- gera: 114896/di/ra
This paper argues dud the theory of "heart governing mind" LOS ORGANOS Y SUS FUNCIONES SEGUN LA
should be replaced by the theory of "brain governing mind" ACUPUNTURA POR NEUS PINTAT. X. medicina
after reviewing Huang A Nei Jing and other statements energetica. 2003;7:8 (esp).
concerning die heart and brain through die ages. It is pointed
out that traditional theory believes in the heart governing mind, 709- gera: 114963/di/ra
but it also gives some statements regarding the brain and [DIFFERENTIATE AND ANALYZE ON "HEART
nerve, sense, perception as well as life health, which is close CONTROLLING MIND" OR "SPIRIT COMING FROM
to the theory of "brain governing mind". It is emphasized that, BRAIN]. SUN MANJUAN,LI MINGHAI. heilongjiang journal
from the developmental perspective of Chinese medicine itself, of tcm. 2003;1:3 (chi).
the theory of "heart governing mind" should be replaced by the
theory of "brain governing mind". 710- gera: 115040/di/ra
[REGARDING CELIAC PLEXUS AS MIDDLE WARMER-
696- gera: 111645/di/ra EXPLORING THE ENTITY OF TRIPLE WARMER]. TIAN
[RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN TCM HEART-BRAIN AND ZAISHAN ET AL. tianjin journal of tcm. 2003;19(2):33 (chi*).
CONSCIOUSNESS]. ZHANG WEI , YAN JIE. hunan guiding According to the descriptions about the location and function of
journal of tcmp. 2003;9(1):11 (chi). the triple warmer in ancient medical literatures and the
modern, knowledge of anatomy we thought about the course
697- gera: 111972/di/ra of seeking the triple warmer and the occasional finding ,in
[DIFFERENTIATE AND ANALYSE ON "HEART autopsy and supposed the celiac and pelvic plexus might be
CONTROLLING MIND" OR "SPIRIT COMING FROM the middle and lower warmers and cardiac I pulmonary plexus
BRAIN]. SUN MANJUAN,LI MINGHAI. heilongjiang journal and sympathetic trunk be upper warmer. In one word, the triple
of tcm. 2003;1:3 (chi). warmer entity might be several bigger nerve plexus of
automatic nerve and some obvious structures surrounding
698- gera: 112099/di/ra them.
[A DISCUSSION ON LIVER AS THE KEY, FOR QI-BLOOD
REGULATION]. SHI XIAOYAN. shaanxi journal of tcm. 711- gera: 115090/di/ra
2003;24(1):44 (chi). [A DISCUSSION ON LIVER AS THE KEY, FOR QI-BLOOD
REGULATION]. SHI XIAOYAN. shaanxi journal of tcm.
699- gera: 112635/di/ra 2003;24(1):44 (chi).
[BRIEF OF MOLECULAR BIOLOGICAL STUDY ON
SPLEEN HIERARCHY VISCERAL PHENOMENA]. WANG 712- gera: 115626/di/ra
MI-QU, WU BIN, YAN SHI-LIN. modern journal of integrated [BRIEF OF MOLECULAR BIOLOGICAL STUDY ON
traditional chinese and western medicine . 2003;12(4):337 SPLEEN HIERARCHY VISCERAL PHENOMENA]. WANG
(chi). MI-QU, WU BIN, YAN SHI-LIN. modern journal of integrated

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traditional chinese and western medicine . 2003;12(4):337 intestine, the authors believe that from the common developing
(chi). foundation in the lung and large intestine, their close relation in
the nerves and immunity might be the substantial foundation in
713- gera: 115651/di/ra correlation of physiology and pathology between diem, but
[COGNITION ON PHYSIOLOGICAL FUNCTION OF THE their concrete connective relationship needs further study.
BRAIN DOMINATING MIND]. LIU KE, LI JIAN-SHENG.
journal of laoning college of tcm. 2003;5(1):6 (chi). 720- gera: 116897/di/ra
ACUPUNCTURE AND THE HEART-MIND SPLIT. MICHAEL
714- gera: 115821/di/ra T GREENWOOD, MB (MD). medical acupuncture.
[RESEARCH OF THE RELATION OF MODULATION 2003;14(2):22 (eng*).
MECHANISM OF "KIDNEY CORRESPONDS TO WINTER"
IN TCM AND HYPOTHALAMUS G PROTEIN]. LIU XIAOYAN 721- gera: 117087/di/ra
ET AL. china journal of tcm and pharmacy. 2003;17(11):660 [EXPOUNDING OF BRAINS ESSENCE]. REN JI-XUE.
(chi*). chinese journal of basic medicine in tcm. 2003;9(3):1 (chi*).
That Kidney corresponds to winter is one part of the doctrine The Yuan Shen of brain is dictato of five deities, but act as the
that five Zang correlate with the time and season. The commander of nine aperture as well as sense organs. The
modulation mechanism of "Kidney corresponds to winter" and essence blood of five internal organs and the freshing gas of
correlation with cell message transduction was explored in this the six hollow organs supply nourishment for the brain and
article by research of amount alteration of the subtypes of ancestral aperture , Which come into being essence,
hypothalamus G protein in the Winter Solstice and the consciousness, thinking, memory, movement along with
Summer Solstice of male SD rats in physiological condition happiness, rage, anxiety, contemplation, sorrow, dread, fright,
and pineal body resection. The experimental results indicate grief, pleasure, love, sight, hearing, Sense of smell, Sense of
that the change of winter and summer has no marked effect on taste,language and so forth. Yuan Shen that lives inner place
the amount of hypothalamus Gs and Gi in the physiological of the brains is the dictator all over the body. The internal
condition, while the amount of Gq and Go has significant organs are governed by brain. Brain deity regulates the
difference which both of them are high in the Summer and low equilibrium of viscera. The whole of deity, spirit, spirit, meaning
in the Winter. No significant difference was observed between and will are commanded through Yuan Shen. Ile brain is the
control group and model group and among model groups in seat of government of Yuan Shen, Meantime, it is the
the subtypes of G protein in winter and summer after pineal maneuver dictator of life. If we can thoroughly understand the
body resection. Above - noted results show that die pineal brains form, physiology, physiology meritorous service
gland partaking in regulating the season change of winter and capacity together with the interrelationship with internal organs
summer exerts effect on the cell message transduction system , Meanwhile , treat it as the basis that we Probe Pathological
and some con-elation exists in the modulation mechanism of change of brain, which there will be an
"Kidney corresponds to winter" and cell message transduction
system. 722- gera: 117772/di/ra
[ANALYSIS OF THE THEORY: THE LUNG AND THE
715- gera: 115832/di/ra LARGE INTESTINE ARE INTERIOR- EXTERIORLY
[ANATOMICAL RESEARCH OF TRIPLE ENERGIZER AND RELATED]. ZHOU DONG-HAO, ZHANG LEI, ZHOU MING-
PERICARDIUM]. TIANBEN PINGNAN. china journal of tcm AI. chinese journal of basic medicine in tcm. 2003;9(8):7
and pharmacy. 2003;17(11):699 (chi). (chi).

716- gera: 116008/di/ra 723- gera: 118017/di/ra


[STUDY ON THE THEORY OF "THE LIVER AS A DELICATE [RESEARCH ON THE CORRELATION BETWEEN SHEN OF
ZANG-ORGAN]. REN LI, ZHANG WU-ZHOU. chinese TCM AND TISSUES AND ORGANS OF MWM]. ZHANG
journal of basic medicine in tcm. 2003;9(2):4 (chi*). LIAN-CAI, ZHANG QI-MING. liaoning journal of tcm.
In this, article: According to clinical practice as well as the 2003;30(8):634 (chi*).
relevant materials recorded in classical medical literatures
such as Internal Classic,this article expounds the theory of "the 724- gera: 118070/di/ra
liver as a delicate Zang-organ" on the basis of the liver as a [NEW ANALYSIS ON KIDNEY DOMINATING EXTERNAL].
soft, tender, moist, conciliatory and frangile Zang-organ. In LI YI-QI. journal of fujian college of tcm. 2003;13(4):37
conclusion,the author emphasizes that the liver disease (chi*).
"should be treated with mild drugs in stead of potent drugs and
the liver is suitable to be nourished and harmonized rather 725- gera: 118090/di/ra
than to be dissipated and inhibited" so that it's normal state of [CONTROL RESEARCH BETWEEN ZANG AND FU IN TCM
softness can be maintained and a full play can' be given to its AND ORGAN IN UIGUR MEDICINE]. BAHAER-HADEER, A-
physiological function. KADIER. xinjiang journal of tcm. 2003;21(4):35 (chi).

717- gera: 116362/di/ra 726- gera: 118404/di/ra


[PROBE INTO THE THEORY OF LIVER'S REGULATING [DEVELOPING TREND OF DOCTRINE OF VISCERA -
EMOTIONS AND PSYCHO LOGICAL STRESS]. HUSHU- STATE ON BRAIN CONTROL MIND AND SPIRIT]. ZHOU
MIN. jiangxi journal of tcm. 2003;34(2):12 (chi). YONG-HONG. journal of yunnan college of tcm.
2003;26(3):35 (chi).
718- gera: 116629/di/ra
[PRESENT STATE OF RESEARCH ANALYSIS AND 727- gera: 118499/di/ra
THINKING ABOUT RELATION MECHANISM OF SPLEEN NANJING: PROBLEMES DIFFICILES DE
AND STOMACH WITH MIND AND CONSCIOUSNESS]. L'ACUPUNCTURE, LIVRE ILL, DIFFICULTES 45, 46 ET 47.
ZHANG LIPING. china journal of tcm and pharmacy. TRAN VIET DZUNG. acupuncture & moxibustion. 2003;2(1-
2003;18(2):110 (chi). 2):8-14 (fra).
Nous poursuivons les travaux de traduction et d’exégèse du Dr
719- gera: 116774/di/ra Nguyen Van Nghi sur le Nanjing ("problèmes difficiles de
[NEW EXPLANATION ON INTERIOR AND EXTERIOR l’Acupuncture") de Qin Yue Ren alias Bian Que. C’est l’un des
RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN THE LUNG AND LARGE Canons de l’acupuncture dont la parfaite connaissance est
INTESTINE]. YAN XING-KE ZHANG GUANG-QUAN WANG indispensable à la compréhension et à la pratique de
YU, ET AL. acta universitatis traditionis medicalis sinensis l’acupuncture. Ce Classique comporte au total 6 livres
pharmacologiaeque shanghai. 2003;17(1):6 (chi*). composés de 81 difficultés. Les 40 premières difficultés ont
In the exploration of the essence of the interior and exterior paru dans la "revue française de MTC" du n° 160 au n° 188.
relationship between the lung and large intestine from the Les "difficultés" 45, 46 et 47 contenues dans le livre III
evolutionary and developing relationship and the nerve- concernent les “ huit réunions ” et le sommeil.We continue Dr
endocrine-immune network between the lung and large Nguyen Van Nghi's works for translation and exegesis about

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Nanjing ("difficult problems of Acupuncture") from Qin Yue Ren BETWEEN PANCREAS AND SPLEEN]. ZHANG LIN.
alias Bian Que. It is one of the canons of Acupuncture, its journal of guiyang college of tcm. 2003;25(3):2 (chi).
perfect knowledge is indispensable to understand and to
practice acupuncture. This Classic contains in total six books, 738- gera: 119589/di/ra
they are composed of 81 difficulties. The preceding difficulties [THEORY OF "THE KIDNEY IS CORRESPONDENT TO
(40) are published in the "Revue Française de MTC" from the WINTER" AND ITS RELATION TO GONAD AIDS]. LU
number 160 to the number 188. The 43rd and the 44th XIAOYAN ET AL. china journal of tcm and pharmacy.
difficulties described in the Third Book 2003;18(9):522 (chi*).

728- gera: 118501/di/ra 739- gera: 119674/di/ra


EVOLUTION DU SENS DES CONCEPTS : SHEN, HUN ET [RESEARCH ON THE CORRELATION BETWEEN FEI OF
PO. DINOUART-JATTEAU P. acupuncture & moxibustion. TCM AND TISSUES AND ORGANS OF WM .]. ZHANG QI-
2003;2(1-2):22 (fra). MING. liaoning journal of tcm. 2003;30(9):713 (chi*).
shen, hun et po sont des concepts utilisés de nos jours en
MTC. Ces concepts remontent à la plus haute antiquité de la 740- gera: 119681/di/ra
Chine. Au fil de l’article, nous suivons l’évolution sémantique [ON LEFT KIDNEY AND RIGHT GATE OF LIFE ]. LI YIQI.
progressive. Partant d’un concept religieux, l’évolution se fait journal of gansu college of tcm. 2003;20(3): (chi).
vers une notion plus pragmatique, comme le montrent les
exemples tirés de la littérature. Finalement, nous aboutissons 741- gera: 119737/di/ra
au sens que l’on peut donner à ces notions pour l’utilisation [DISCUSSION ON THE CON-ELATION BETWEEN THE
dans notre pratique acupuncturale. shen, hun and po are GALLBLADDER AND THE HEART]. DING JIE, LI ZHIYAN.
concepts now used for TCM. These concepts goes back to information on tcm. 2003;20(2):1 (chi*).
China’s remote antiquity. Following the thread of the article, we
discover the progressive semantic evolution. Beginning by a 742- gera: 119963/di/ra
religious concept, the evolution is going toward a more [THINKING - WAY IN THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN THE
pragmatic notion, as the litterary examples shows it. Finally, HEART AND GALLBLADDER IN A SENSE OF CHINESE
we arrive to the sens wich can be given at these notions as MEDICINE]. LIN XIAOFENG. traditional chinese medicinal
used actually in our practice of Acupuncture. research. 2003;16(2):4 (chi).

729- gera: 118582/di/ra 743- gera: 120078/di/ra


[THE UNDERSTANDING ON THE BRAIN OF TRADITIONAL [DISCUSSION ON GATE OF LIFE:ORIGINAL DOMINATION
CHINESE MEDICINE (TCM) .]. SHI ZHENG-GANG. gansu OF PREVENTING FROM EVILS]. LI YI-QI. journal of fujian
journal of tcm. 2003;16(9):1 (chi*). college of tcm. 2003;13(2):34 (chi*).

730- gera: 118874/di/ra 744- gera: 120161/di/ra


[MY EXPERIENCE OF APPLICATION THE THEORY OF [NEW KNOWING TO THE FUNCTION OF THE LARGE
THE LUNG AND THE LARGER INTESTINE ARE INERIOR- INTESTINE CONDUCTION]. WANG XIAO-JUN. shandong
EXTERIORLY RELATED IN CLINIC]. FEI SAIYUAN. journal of tcm. 2003;22(5):259 (chi).
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731- gera: 119191/di/ra [ON YE TIAN-SHI'S STOMACH-YIN THEORY ]. ZHAO
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746- gera: 120677/di/cg
732- gera: 119221/di/ra SI L'ESTOMAC PORTE LES JAMBES, LES PIEDS
["RIGHT, LEFT, EXTERIOR AND INTERIOR " OF FIVE TRANSPORTENT LES YEUX . EYSSALETJM. actes du 16
ZANG ORGANS: SPECIAL EXPRESSIONS FOR eme congres d' acupuncture de l' afera. 2003;:63 (fra*).
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(chi).
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ZANG-ORGANS REGULATION MODEL]. ZHANG
QICHENG. journal of beijing university of traditional 749- gera: 121308/di/ra
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ANATOMORISIOLOGIA DI RENE E VESCICA - 1 PARTE.
SOTTE L. rivista italiana di medicina tradizionale cinese. 751- gera: 121960/di/ra
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HEART AND THE KIDNEY]. ZHANG ZHI-MING. chinese


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[CLINICAL APPLICATION OF THEORY THAT KIDNEY [REGRET STUDY OF NEGLECTING HUMAN MAIN
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NEIJING]. ZHANG MANG, LIU XIANG-RUI, YUE LI-MIN, ET
781- gera: 124720/di/ra AL. modern journal of integrated traditional chinese and
[THEORY OF WATER GENERATING EVERYTHING AND western medicine. 2004;13(14):1823 (chi).
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YURUI. journal of shaanxi college of tcm. 2004;27(1):8 [DISCUSSION ON THE CORRELATION OF LUNG AND
(chi*). STOMACH ]. ZHANG AN-LING. acta chinese medicine and
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782- gera: 125159/di/ra
[STUDY ON DENGTIETAO' S THEORY OF THE 794- gera: 131024/di/ra
INTERRELATED FIVE VISCERA IN CLINICAL BASIS ]. LIU [MATERIAL OBJECT OF LIVER AND SPLEEN IN TCM
XIAOBIN, ET AL. chinese archives of tcm. 2004;21(2):211 FROM MODERN MEDICAL POINT OF VIEW]. ZENG
(chi). ZHIYONG, ZHANG LIHUA, LUO YOUHUA, ETC. henan tcm.
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783- gera: 129302/di/ra Zangfu liver in TCM is initially equivalent to anatomical spleen
[THEORIES OF THE SPLEEN AND THE STOMACH OF of human body, while zangfu spleen to the anatomical liver.
FOUR EMINENT PHYSICIANS IN THE JIN AND YUAN With the development of medicine and people's thorough
DYNASTIES]. LI CHENGWEN. henan tcm. 2004;24(5):3 understanding of zangfu function, the corresponding material
(chi*). object of zangfu liver in TCM has been developed into immune
system and endocrine system represented by anatomical
784- gera: 129646/di/ra spleen, while the corresponding material object of zangfu
VASCULAR SMOOTH MUSCLE SYSTEM IS spleen into large digestive gland and small digestive gland
PHYSIOLOGICO-ANATOMIC BASIS OF THE LIVER represented by anatomical liver . Therefore , in the
STORING AND DISPELLING BLOOD. TIAN JINWEN, HAN communication of TCM with western medicine, zangfu spleen
CHENGREN, WANG SHIWEN . journal of tcm. and zangfu liver should be translated respectively into liver and
2004;45(6):408 (eng).
795- gera: 131318/di/ra
785- gera: 129989/di/ra [FEATURES OF NOURISHING SPLEEN AND STOMACH OF
[A CYTOBIOLOGICAL HYPOTHESIS ON THE ESSENCE OF MENGHE MEDICAL SCHOOL]. SHI QIN. jiangsu journal of
VISCERAL PICTURE OF TCM ]. ZHENG MINLIN. chinese tcm. 2004;25(7):48 (chi).
archives of tcm. 2004;22(6):1068 (chi).
796- gera: 131333/di/ra
786- gera: 130000/di/ra [LI DONGYUAN'S SPLEEN - STOMACH THEORY AND
[AFFECTION OF THE VIEW OF TAIJI FROM STUDYING CLINICAL PRACTICE]. LI SHOUCHAO. journal of shaanxi
THE BOOK OF CHANGES IN SONG DYNASTY ON THE college of tcm. 2004;27(4):4 (chi*).
FORM OF THE THOUGHT KIDNEY BEING THE ORIGIN OF Li Dongyuan was the representative of school of medical
CONGENITAL CONSTITUTION ]. SUN SONG-HUI. chinese thought of strengthening spleen, one of the four schools of
journal of basic medicine in tcm. 2004;10(5):59 (chi). medical thought in the Jin and Yuan Dynasties. His spleen -
stomach theory has great influences on the following
787- gera: 130028/di/ra generations. On the basis of studying his book Pi Wei Lun, or
[TREAT THE KIDNEY HAVE 8 WAYS WITHIN Treatise on Spleen and Stomach, the author studied the
JINKUIYAOLUETANGLUN]. DAI TIAN-MU. guang ming essence of the spleen - stomach theory physiologically,
journal of tcm. 2004;6(19):5 (chi). pathologically, therapeutically and administrationally. The
purpose is to make use of the ancient theory for the present,
788- gera: 130261/di/ra and summarize its clinical
[ON CLINICAL SIGNIFICANCE OF "INDISPENSABLE ANUS
FOR THE FIVE INTERN ORGANS"]. PAN TIANXIONG . 797- gera: 131413/di/ra
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COLLABORATION AS THE KEY ORGANS AFTER BIRTH].
789- gera: 130317/di/ra QUAN JUEWU, LU XUANMIN . shaanxi journal of tcm.
[DISCUSSION ON THE KIDNEY'S FUNCTION OF 2004;25(8):725 (chi).
STORAGE THE ESSENCE OF LIFE FOR
ACCOMMODATION ]. LIN SUQUAN, ZHANG GUI FOU . 798- gera: 131487/di/ra
hunan guiding journal of tcm. 2004;10(6):5 (chi*). ANATOMOFISIOLOGIA DI RENE E VESCICA - TERZA
The article has expounded the function of storage the essence PARTE. L SOTTE. rivista italiana di medicina tradizionale
of life for accommodation, which is the function of kidney. The cinese. 2004;95(1):11 (ita*).
mechanism was that kidney storages and adjusts the essence Kidney and Bladder are the zang and fu of the Water. The
of life, so the energy and spirit are sufficient to accommodate article presents their energetic anathomophysiology in
the center and adapt to changes, and kidney can coordination Traditional Chinese Medicine.
body to external environment in order to withstand to the
vicious incursions and maintain physical and mental health in 799- gera: 131581/di/ra
harmony. [RESEARCH ON THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN KIDNEY
AND "WATER"]. ZHANG GUO-XIA. journal of tianjin
790- gera: 130481/di/ra university of tcm. 2004;24(2):61 (chi*).
[DISCUSSION ON THE PRESCRIPTION OF DIRECT What we called "storing water and transporting water" for
BALANCING HEART AND KIDNEY OF CHEN SHI - DUO ]. kidney is closely related with essence and body fluid kept
ZHAO YAN, GAO QUAN-GUO. information on tcm. inside kidney. "Storing water" mainly meant kidney essence
2004;21(4):42 (chi). and stored inside kidney called "Constitution of Kidney". Its
implying of moving water outside of kidney essence called
791- gera: 130715/di/ra "The root of Zang-Fu organs". "Transporting water" indicated
[ STUDY ON INTERACTION AND "MESSAGE PATHWAYS" transportation and excretion of water involved also in "storing".
OF ZANG-AND FU-ORGANS]. WANG HONG-MO . chinese Moistening and nourishing Zang- Fu organs will be occurred
acupuncture and moxibustion. 2004;24(7):479 (chi*). whenever the "water" concentrated in the viscera. "Storing
water" as constitution and "transporting water" as function can
792- gera: 130740/di/ra be manifested in different physiological and pathogenic

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aspects, that is the reason why kidney essence and body fluid SANJIAO]. QIU ZHEN-GIG, ET AL . gansu journal of tcm.
is considered as "water" by ancient doctors. 2004;17(8):1 (chi*).
Sanjiao consists of many different fissures. Its quality is
800- gera: 131583/di/ra various. It lies in the skin, muscles, Zang and Fu organs,
[BRIEF DISCUSSION ON THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN almost all over the whole body. Sanjiao is distinct,but lies
EMOTION AND VISCERA OF WOMAN AND THE everywhere in the body.It is a huge and complicated net that
THERAPEUTIC CHARACTER IN TRADITIONAL CHINESE connects Zang-Fu organs and orifices of the body. The
MEDICINE.]. YANG HONG-YAN,WANG XIAO-YUN. journal functions of Sanjiao include the following: transportation of
of tianjin university of tcm. 2004;24(2):68 (chi*). water and fluids; passage ways of Yuan-Qi and Xiang-huo;
There is a close relationship between the visceral function and removal of turbid pathogenic factors and transportation of clear
emotional activity. Combining with woman's psychological, Qi.Sanjiao is very similar to the inner environment of human
physiological characters, this article expounded the body in modern
relationship of the diseases by emotion injury with viscera. It
showed that the emotional factors played an important role in 808- gera: 132411/di/ra
the functional disorder of heart, liver and kidney,and so [ANALYSIS ABOUT THE POINT OF MEDICINE IN SPLEEN
resulted in the occurrence of all kinds of diseases of AND STOMACH LUN]. LIN QUN-LIAN, ET AL. guang ming
menstruation, leukorrhea, fetus and labour. For treatment , journal of tcm. 2004;113(4):8 (chi).
regulating and smoothing the emotion ,recovering the viscera
function by nourishing the heart and tranquiling the mental, 809- gera: 132485/di/ra
smoothing liver and removing depression, making the [THEORY OF THE SPLEEN AND STOMACH IN KEY TO
coordination between heart and kidney, overcoming emotion THERAPEUTICS OF CHILDREN'S DISEASES]. ZHOU BIN .
with emotion etc. are the therapeutic character of TCM. henan tcm. 2004;24(9):15 (chi).

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[HYPOTHESIS OF THE ESSENCE OF FIVE ZANG IN [VERIFICATION AND ANALYSIS OF BONE DIMENSION
TCM(II).]. X. chinese archives of tcm. 2004;22(7):1291 AND INTESTINAL MEASUREMENT OVER AGAINST THE
(chi*). SPIRITUAL PIVOT FROM THE CANON OF INTERNAL
Abstract:The theories of five Zeng ere the core end soul of MEDICINE]. CHEN KUANG-SHI. jingxi journal of tcm.
theories of TCM. It comes to light that five Zeng in TCM ere 2004;35(9):17 (chi).
not equal to the organs in modern medicine such es heart,
lung, liver, spleen end kidney. The achievements, which avant 811- gera: 132750/di/ra
- courier deeply studying the Essence of five Zang en TCM CLINICAL APPLICATION OF THE SPLEEN-STOMACH
have got, make us learn them more and more. This thesis THEORY . ZHAO HAI-FENG . journal of acupuncture and
synthesizes the fruits of the modem studies of five Zang in tuina science. 2004;2(5):49 (eng).
TCM end the new advancement in cell biology to bring forward
the hypothesis in cell biology of the essence of five Zang in 812- gera: 132781/di/ra
TCM. It deems that the essence of five Zeng en TCM es the [THE SMOOTH MUSCLE IS THE ANATOMIC BASIS THAT
structures in cell end sub - cell. Five Zeng in TCM ere the five LIVER REGULATES SEXUAL PHYSIOLOGY]. TIAN JIN-
internal organs in cell actually. The five internal organs in cell WEN,SHI QIAO-RONG, HAN CHENG-REN, ET AL. journal
are five function systems, which ere taken by five - structures of anhui traditional chinese medical college. 2004;23(5):1
in sub - cell, i. e. Spleen = Mitochondrion, Kidney = (chi*).
Chromosome, Liver = Legend - receptor - signal transduction The intimate relationship between liver and reproduction were
system, Lung= Cell membrane, Heart= Ion channel, Thus, the demonstrated. Based on the cognition that the smooth muscle
hypothesis of the essence of five Zeng in TCM is a theory system is the physiological and anatomic background of liver,
combining the microcosmic end the mecroscopical, By the way two traditional Chinese medicine theories were discussed, one
of the hypothesis, the theories of TCM cen integrate to these is "liver improves the flow of kidney-qi", another is "the female
of modern medicine in deed in front subject, molecule biology congenital basis is liver". It is suggested that the smooth
as well es cell biology. muscle of genital system is the physiological and anatomic
background of the liver's functions im reproduction. The theory
802- gera: 131795/di/ra of relationship between liver and smooth muscle was logically
[DISCUSSION ON THEORY "KIDNEY IS THE GATE OF
STOMACH" AND ITS CLINICAL APPLICATION]. YANG 813- gera: 132867/di/ra
MINGHUI ET AL. china journal of tcm and pharmacy. [THE ENTITY OF " CAN" AND " PI" IN TRADITIONAL
2004;19(8):461 (chi). CHINESE MEDICINE]. ZENGZHI-YONG , ZHANG LI-HUA ,
LUO YOU-/UTA , ET AL. journal of chengdu university of
803- gera: 131822/di/ra tcm. 2004;27(3):4 (chi).
[CLINICAL APPLICATION OF REGULATING THE LIVER].
GUO XIAOMENG . china journal of tcm and pharmacy. 814- gera: 133001/di/ra
2004;19(9):541 (chi). [QUESTIONS ON "THE HEART CONTROLLING THE
BLOOD CIRCULATION"]. KANG XIAOHONG. journal of
804- gera: 131893/di/ra henan university of chinese medicine. 2004;10(5):11 (chi).
[ACCOMMODATING MECHANISM OF THE LUNG The author raises the question about "the heart controlling the
RESPONSING TO THE AUTUMN]. WU TONG-YU, LIU YAN- blood circulation", and proposes the idea that the heart being
CHI, MA SHU-RUN. chinese journal of basic medicine in related to mind is more reasonable than the former one.
tcm. 2004;10(7):12 (chi).
815- gera: 133061/di/ra
805- gera: 131894/di/ra [A RESEARCH INTO THE LITERATURE OF TCM
[THE IMPORTANT ROLE OF THE KIDNEY IN REGULATING OSTEOLOGY (SERIAL V)]. LU SHICAI, HOU WENXUE,
FIVE VISCERA]. ZHANG QI-MING, LO DONG-MEI, YANG YOU PEIXIU. journal of henan university of chinese
HONG-JUN, ET AL. chinese journal of basic medicine in medicine. 2004;10(5):73 (chi*).
tcm. 2004;10(7):16 (chi). This paper presents a summary of the differences between the
names, numbers and structures in TCM osteological literature
806- gera: 132350/di/ra and those in the anatomy of Western medicine. It has made
[AN APPROACH TO TREAT THE HEART AND THE clear many confusing points and is helpful to the inter-
STOMACH AT THE SAME TIME]. JIANG HONGYAO . forum communication of TCM and Western medicine.
on tcm. 2004;19(5):11 (chi).
816- gera: 133124/di/ra
807- gera: 132387/di/ra [A RESEARCH INTO THE DOCUMENT OF TCM
[ANALYSIS OF THE APPEARANCE AND THE QUALITY OF OSTEOLOGY (SERIAL FV)]. LU SHICAI, HOU WENXUE,

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YOU PEIXIU. journal of henan university of chinese THE APOLOGETIC HEART: SHAME, DEPRESSION, AND
medicine. 2004;8(4):79 (chi*). BEI DÍE IN CHINESE CULTURE AND MEDICINE .
This paper presents a summary of the differences between the PRITZKER S AND YUAN BING. journal of chinese
names, numbers and structures in TCM osteological medicine. 2004;76:9 (eng*).
documents and those in the anatomy of Western medicine. It
has made clear many confusing points and is helpful to the 826- gera: 134777/di/ra
inter-communication of TCM and Western medicine. [DISCUSSION ON THE IMPORTANT ROLE OF
PROTECTING SPLEEN AND STOMACH ON ZHANG
817- gera: 133212/di/ra ZHONGJING'S SCHOLAR THINKING]. YANG X AO H0NG,
[PRELIMINARY STUDY ON ZHANG ZHONGJING'S GU WUJUN . journal of laoning college of tcm.
THEORY OF CORRELATION OF ZANG- FU-ORGANS WITH 2004;6(6):443 (chi).
EMOTION]. WANG YUHUA, LI YUTAO, ZHONG WEIHONG .
journal of tcm . 2004;45(9):645 (chi). 827- gera: 135041/di/ra
[YANG SHANGSHAN'S VIEWS ON ZANG-FU THEORY ].
818- gera: 133279/di/ra DAI MEI. knowledge of ancient medical literature.
[PRELIMINARY STUDY ON RESTORING NORMAL 2004;11(15):38 (chi).
COORDINATION BETWEEN THE HEART AND THE
KIDNEY]. ZHAO LINGKONG . journal of traditional chinese 828- gera: 135267/di/ra
medicinal literature. 2004;3:36 (chi). ANATOMOFISIOLOGIA DI CUORE E INTESTINO TENUE.
SOTTE L. rivista italiana di medicina tradizionale cinese.
819- gera: 133545/di/ra 2004;96(2):17 (ita*).
[DEFLECTION AND ERROR COMMENT ON CONNECTION This article describes the work of the W.H.O. Consultation on
ANNOTATION BETWEEN "THE FIVE INTERNAL ORGANS" correct use by patients, of traditional and complementary
AND "EMOTION" IN TRADITIONAL CHINESE MEDICINE medicines. This consultation was head in Milan on december
BASIC THEORY]. LIU XIANG-RUI, ZHANG MANG, ZHANG 2003.
BIN. modern journal of integrated traditional chinese and
western medicine. 2004;13(17):2245 (chi). 829- gera: 135300/di/ra
ANATOMOFISIOLOGIA DEL PERICARDIO E TRIPLO
820- gera: 133924/di/ra RISCALDATORE. SOTTE l. rivista italiana di medicina
[ANALYSIS ON THE REINFORCING AND REDUCING tradizionale cinese. 2004;97(3):20 (ita*).
THEORY OF VISCERA AND FLAVORS IN THE INTERNAL Pericardium and Triple Burner are the second couple of zang
CLASSIC FROM THE VIEW POINT OF ZHANG YUAN - SU]. and fu of Fire. The article presents their anathomo- physiology
LI JUNZHE . traditional chinese medical research. in TCM.
2004;17(6):8 (chi).
830- gera: 137026/di/ra
821- gera: 134037/di/ra [ON SPLEEN GOVERNING TRANSFORMATION OF
DISCUSSION ON THE LIVER HAVING OUTWARD DAMPNESS]. YE QING-LIAN . chinese journal of basic
MANIFESTATION IN THE FACE. XU ZHONG-HUAN,WANG medicine in tcm. 2004;10(11):11 (chi).
CHENG-PING. journal of tcm. 2004;19(4):3 (eng).
The face has the tender skin on which is depended the 831- gera: 137031/di/ra
nourishment of Qi and blood. So the prosperity and harmony [POSTMORTEM OF SANJIAO SUBSTANCE IN DIFFERENT
both Qi and blood are the foundation of the complexion HISTORICAL STAGES]. YANG SHI-ZHE. chinese journal of
showing as red and lustrous. The liver has the function of the basic medicine in tcm. 2004;10(11):24 (chi).
conducting and dispensing which means the liver can smooth
and regulate Qi and blood. So the liver and the face have the 832- gera: 137032/di/ra
close relationship. When the liver's function of the conducting [COMPARISON OF KIDNEY IN TRADITIONAL CHINESE
and dispensing is impaired which is called the liver stagnation. MEDICINE TO THAT IN MODERN MEDICINE]. YANG HAI-
the Qi will be blocked and the blood will be stagnated which FA, JIANG DIAN-DE , WANG HONG-XIA. chinese journal of
lead to cause many kinds of internal toxin and manifested in basic medicine in tcm. 2004;10(11):26 (chi).
the face , such as dark and dull complexion or sore and spot.
So regulating the liver is the guarantee to keep the face in the 833- gera: 137828/di/ra
good condition. [ANALYSIS ON TREATMENT OF MIDDLE ENERGIZER].
GONG JIANBING . helongjiang journal of tcm. 2004;6:2
822- gera: 134039/di/ra (chi).
[DISCUSSION ON "REGULATORY FUNCTIONS OF THE
LUNGS"]. LI CHENG-LI. tianjin journal of tcm. 834- gera: 137841/di/ra
2004;21(4):306 (chi). [ANALYSIS OF THEORY OF THE HEART ASSOCIATED
"Regulatory functions of the lungs" is one of the important WITH THE GALLBLADDER FUNCTIONALLY]. SUN
contents in theory of viscera state of Traditional Chi nese TIANFU. henan tcm. 2004;24(10):8 (chi*).
medicine(TCM) . Its meaning includes basic physiological Traditional Chinese medicine holds that the heart is in charge
function of lung, assistant action to other viscera and of mental activities but it can' t function normally with-out
bowels,and balance function for life rhythm of human being. gallbladder's judgement. The heart and gallbladder have the
Clinically,in disturbance of Qi movement, abnormal distribution interpromoting and mutual-assistant relation, therefore, the
of "jinye", qi stagnation and blood stasis, imbalance of life clinical syndromes show that the heart diseases may affect the
rhythm and various diseases induced by the impairment of gallbladder and the gallbladder diseases may affect the heart.
"Regulatory functions of the lungs", we should attach And finally both may have the same disease, which can be
importance to regulating lung, recover the "regulatory functions treated by the mother-child disease therapy which may stop
of lung",and this can usually achieve effect. the spread and change of the disease and strengthen the

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[ANNOTATION OF THE HEART, BRAIN, AND BOTH [BRIEF TALK ABOUT "THE BLADDER SERVES AS A
GOVERNING THE SPIRIT ]. ZHANG DENGBEN, ET AL. RESERVOIR"]. CHEN YU . jilin journal of tcm.
chinese archives of tcm. 2004;22(11):1985 (chi). 2004;24(11):3 (chi).

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[ DISCRIMINATION OF DANTIAN THEORY]. GENG LIANG, [STUDY ON KEY POINTS OF THE HEART CONTROLLING
LU JING. henan tcm. 2004;24(11):8 (chi). MENTAL ACTIVITIES]. ZHOU MEI-QI, ZHOU YI-PING.
journal of anhui traditional chinese medical college.
825- gera: 134687/di/ra 2004;23(6):4 (chi).

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837- gera: 138563/di/ra RELATIONS ENTRE TIAN GUI ET LE POINT RM7
[A RESEARCH INTO THE LITERATURE OF TCM (ABDOMEN YIN JIAO). STROM H. 8eme congres faformec,
OSTEOLOGY (SERIAL VI)]. LU SHICAI, HOU WENXUE, strasbourg. 2004;:120 (fra).
YOU PEIXIU. journal of henan university of chinese
medicine. 2004;19(6):78 (chi*). 845- gera: 126224/di/ra
This paper presents a summary of the differences between the APPLICATION DE LA THEORIE DU TRIPLE
names, numbers and structures in TCM osteological literature RECHAUFFEUR EN CLINIQUE D'ACUPUNCTURE. TIAN
and those in the anatomy of Western medicine. It has made LIFANG, YANG JIASAN. journal de medecine traditionelle
clear many confusing points and is helpful to the inter- chinoise. 2005;1(3):46 (fra).
communication of TCM and Western medicine.
846- gera: 135747/di/ra
838- gera: 139243/di/ra CŒUR-ESPRIT ET CŒUR-SOUFFLE. EYSSALET JM.
[PROGRESS OF THE THEORY ABOUT BRAIN IN MING connaissance de l'acupuncture. 2005;1:4 (fra*).
AND QING DYNASTY]. XU YING, ZHANG YU-PENG.
liaoning journal of tcm. 2004;31(12):990 (chi). 847- gera: 135748/di/ra
LE DOUBLE ASPECT DU CŒUR. ROCHAT DE LA VALLEE
839- gera: 139244/di/ra E. connaissance de l'acupuncture. 2005;1:29 (fra*).
[RESEARCH ON THE CORRELATION BETWEEN XIN OF
TCM AND TISSUES AND ORGANS OF MWM]. ZHANG 848- gera: 135749/di/ra
LIAN-CAI, ZHANG QI-MING. liaoning journal of tcm. LA DUALITE DU CENTRE. KESPI JM. connaissance de
2004;31(12):1000 (chi). l'acupuncture. 2005;1:81 (fra).
Based on ancient cases, logistic regression analysis had been
employed to find the pathogens or pathological results, 849- gera: 135750/di/ra
symptoms, and herbal medicines for Xin diseases and its AUX SOURCES DE L'ACUPUNCTURE FRANCAISE : LE
syndromes. According to the same studying object (human COEUR DANS LE YIXUE RUMEN LI CHAN (1575). DUBOIS
body) between traditional Chinese medicine( TCM) and JC. connaissance de l'acupuncture. 2005;1:104 (fra*).
modern western medicine( MWM), the pathological
mechanism of the pathogens or pathologic results, and 850- gera: 135751/di/ra
pharmacological mechanism of the herbal medicines had been CŒUR CHINOIS - CŒUR OCCIDENTAL EN ANATOMO-
consulated in MWM. Based on the consulated results, it was PHYSIOLOGIE. RECOURS NGUYEN C. connaissance de
found that Xin of TCM directly correlates to the heart and l'acupuncture. 2005;1:137 (fra*).
cerebral cortex. In addition, liver, thyroid gland, alimentary
canal, kidney have in-direct 851- gera: 135752/di/ra
LE DAO YIN DU CŒUR SELON ZHEN JIU DA CHENG DE
840- gera: 139707/di/ra YANG JI ZHOU. BUI A. connaissance de l'acupuncture.
INTRODUCTION A LA MEDECINE (YI XUE RU MEN) 2005;1:169 (fra*).
PHYSIOPATHOLOGIE ET SEMIOLOGIE CLINIQUE DU
COEUR. DUBOIS JC. revue francaise d'acupuncture. 852- gera: 135753/di/ra
2004;120:54 (fra*). LES ATTACHES DU CŒUR : ACUPUNCTURE
Introduction à la médecine (Yi xue ru men) de Li Chan (1575) TRADITIONNELLE ET BOUDDHISME. ANH PHAN.
est bien autre chose qu'un livre pour débutant. C'est un grand connaissance de l'acupuncture. 2005;1:181 (fra*).
commentaire classique dont l'influence se fait encore sentir de
nos jours en Extrême-Orient, après avoir irrigué l'oeuvre de 853- gera: 136783/di/ra
Soulié de Morant. Il mérite donc d'être mieux connu en [STUDY ON THE FIVE VISCERA IN INTERNAL CLASSIC].
Occident. Enrichie de références au Neijing, appuyée sur les YAN JIAN-HUA. china association of chinese medicine.
clés de l'herméneutique traditionnelle, cette présentation de la 2005;23(3): (chi).
physiopathologie du coeur offre de cette oeuvre majeure,
estimée par nos confrères chinois, un éclairage nouveau. 854- gera: 137069/di/ra
[CHARACTERISTICS OF OFFICIAL SYSTEM REFLECTED
841- gera: 139906/di/ra IN VISCERA-STATE DOCTRINE IN THE CANON OF
[CORRELATION BETWEEN PAIRED LIVER AND INTERNAL MEDICINE]. JU BAO-ZHAO. chinese journal of
GALLBLADDER FROM IMAGING]. GENG JIAN HUANG basic medicine in tcm. 2005;11(2):96 (chi).
XUE JING JIANG HAI-PING, ET AL. shanghai journal of
tcm. 2004;38(12):28 (chi*). 855- gera: 137072/di/ra
This paper studies the paired correlation between the liver and [CONCEPT OF LUNG-YANG AND ITS RELATION TO
gallbladder. One hundred and nineteen subjects were LUNG-QI]. SHEN CHENG-LIN, SUN SHUO-LUN, GAO YING,
randomized into liver-group and non-liver-group, and the B- ET AL. chinese journal of basic medicine in tcm.
ultrasonic results of the liver and gallbladder were analyzed. 2005;11(2):103 (chi).
Results: The occurrence of gallbladder stone was higher in
liver-group than in non-liver-group, proving the close relation 856- gera: 137620/di/ra
between the liver and gallbladder. [CAREFUL STUDY AND ANALYSIS OF "THE PART
BENEATH THE HEART WHICH IS HARD,BIG LIKE A
842- gera: 139907/di/ra PLATE,ITS EDGE LIKE REVOLVING PLATE "IN"SYNOPSIS
[CORRELATION BETWEEN THE SPLEEN-STOMACH AND OF PRESCRIPTIONS OF THE GOLDEN CHAMBER"].
SPIRIT]. CHEN LI-YUN. shanghai journal of tcm. ZHANG CUILING . forum on tcm. 2005;20(1):1 (chi).
2004;38(12):30 (chi*).
This paper studies the paired correlation between the liver and 857- gera: 137624/di/ra
gallbladder. One hundred and nineteen subjects were [INQUIRY AND ANALYSIS OF MECHANISM OF THE LIVER
randomized into liver-group and non-liver-group, and the B- BEING IN CHARGE OF THE DISPELLING AND
ultrasonic results of the liver and gallbladder were analyzed. REMOVING]. MA YUEXIANG . forum on tcm. 2005;20(1):11
Results: The occurrence of gallbladder stone was higher in (chi).
liver-group than in non-liver-group, proving the close relation
between the liver and gallbladder. 858- gera: 137637/di/ra
[INQUIRY AND ANALYSIS OF THE ORIGIN AND
843- gera: 144039/di/cg DEVELOPMENT OF ANCIENT NAME OF THE STOMACH IN
MING MEN, UTERUS ET PEUR. MARIE B, HUCHET A. TRADITIONAL CHINESE MEDICINE]. XU CHONGMING,
8eme congres faformec, strasbourg. 2004;:24 (fra). WANG ZIYUAN. forum on tcm. 2005;20(2):14 (chi).

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[ON LIVER PRODUCING QI AND BLOOD AND LIVER 867- gera: 140200/di/ra
STORING BLOOD]. YE LEI, QIN LIN. jiangsu journal of [DIFFERENTIATE AND ANALYSE ON THEORY OF STORE
tcm. 2005;26(2):44 (chi). AND DISCHARGE FOR BOWELS AND VISCERA IN THE
YELLOW EMPEROR'S INTERNAL CLASSIC]. BAI
860- gera: 138138/di/ra ZHENYONG, LI MIAO. zhejiang journal of tcm. 2005;40(1):1
[THEORY OF REGULATING FUNCTION OF INTERNAL (chi).
ORGANS IN TCM]. BAI ZHENGYONG ET AL. jilin journal of
tcm. 2005;25(2):1 (chi). 868- gera: 140301/di/ra
THE VITAL IMPORTANCE OF THE TRIPLE ENERGIZER LN
861- gera: 138621/di/ra TRADITIONAL CHINESE MEDICINE. STEVEN K. medical
[EXPLAINING THE LIVER'S PROPERTIES AND NATURE]. acupuncture. 2005;16(3):10 (eng).
ZHANG DENGBEN. journal of henan university of chinese In Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), the Triple Energizer
medicine. 2005;20(117):9 (chi*). (TE) is viewed as the central body cavity, Fu/Yang, in contrast
The liver dominates the ascending and the activities and to the more solid Zang/Yin viscera and their vital energetic
prefers dispersing to accumulating. "Controlling the ascending" pathways or meridians and their acupoint "gates" of Qi (vital
is based on the free flow of liver Qi. "Controlling activities" is energy) circulation. The TE contains all the major Zang Fu
based on storing blood and governing the tendons in organ meridians. It is a hollow Fu organ (along with the
physiological back-ground. "Preferring dispersing to gallbladder, stomach, small intestine, large intestine, and
accumulating" is based on dispersing the flow of Qi and urinary bladder) that is connected to the solid Zang organs
regulating the emotions. The liver being "hard organ" is (heart, lungs, spleen, liver, and kidneys) by way of the
analogized "organ of general" in term of physiology and pericardium. There is no biomedical equivalent of the TE
pathology. All these properties are of great clinical significance (except perhaps to generally refer to the major internal
since they are based on pathology and organs). The multidimensional functions of the TE pertain to
the transformation, purification, and distribution of air, food,
862- gera: 138972/di/ra and water. The upper TE regulates respiration and the
[PROBE INTO THEORY OF "HEART GENERATING BLOOD circulation of protective Qi, the middle TE governs the Qi of the
IN TRADITIONAL CHINESE MEDICINE]. LIU YUAN, HUANG various digestive system functions, and the lower TE controls
XIUSHEN, ZHOU XUNLUN. journal of tcm. 2005;46(3):163 the Qi of the absorption of fluids/nutrients, waste disposal, and
(chi). sexuality/reproduction. This is the central energetic structure
and strength of human health and well-
863- gera: 139159/di/ra
[ON THE OWNERSHIP OF VISCERA STATE DOCTRINE OF 869- gera: 140455/di/ra
CAPILLARY]. TIAN JINWEN, SHI QIAORONG, HAN [RECOGNITION OF LINKS OF THE BRAIN WITH THE
CHENGREN, ET AL. journal of zhejiang college of tcm. CHANNELS AND COLLATERALS IN THE HUANGDI ' S
2005;29(1):1 (chi*). INTERNAL CLASSIC.]. ZHANG JIAN-BIN, WANG LING-
It puts forwards the ownership problem of capillary in viscera— LING. chinese acupuncture and moxibustion.
state doctrine,discusses the difference of blood—storing, 2005;25(4):265 (chi*).
blood—applying, blood—wrapping in function. The difference Objective To approach to recognition of links between the
of capillary and vein and artery in structure decides that it is brain and meridians at the early stage of formation of TCM
different from vein and artery on ownership of five organs. theory. Methods The relative papers in the Huangdi' s Internal
Capillary accords with spleen on function, so it is owned by Classic were analyzed, compared, induced and synthesized,
spleen in viscera—state. From evolution, it points out the attaining the recognition of links between the brain and
reason-ability of spleen and stomach being the postnatal base meridians. Results In the Huangdi's Internal Classic, it is
in TCM,and expounds that capillary is one of the primary indicated that the main meridians directly connected with the
existent forms of spleen in evolution. Liver cell is the metabolic brain have The Foot-Yangming, The Foot-Taiyang Channels,
one of intestinal metaplasia,it functions to transport and- and The Governor and The Qiao Vessels; the eye system, the
digest,should belong to spleen. Here the coordinating vertex, Fengfu (GV 16) and the jaw are the parts of the
relationship is proved between spleen wrapping blood and meridians passing in and out the brain; in the brain there are
some pathways of meridians. Conclusion The Huangdi's
864- gera: 139175/di/ra Internal Classic has richer recognition of the links between the
[ON SPLEEN YIN]. XU FAYING, YANG MINCHUN, XU SAN. brain and meridians, to which should be pay attention in
journal of zhejiang college of tcm. 2005;29(2):11 (chi). clinical diagnosis of brain diseases.

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[VETERAN TCM DOCTOR ZAI YOULIN'S HEAD, KIDNEY AND MINGMEN THEIR RELATIONS AND A
UNDERSTANDING OF PATHOGENESIS OF MINGMEN HYPOTHESIS ON THE HEART‑ KIDNEY AXIS SYSTEM. JI
FIRE AND APPLICATION OF IT IN CLINIC ]. HU YINGCHUN PENG, ZHANG XI. european journal of integrated eastern
. shaanxi journal of tcm. 2005;26(3):244 (chi). and western medicine. 2005;3(3):58 (eng).
Wind-expelling drugs are mainly those used in clinics to treat
866- gera: 140037/di/ra wind exopathy and rheumatic disease. According the
[METICULOUS STUDY ON THE PHYSIOLOGICAL functional characteristics of wind-expelling drugs and in
FUNCTION OF SMALL INTESTINE]. BAI ZHAO-ZHI BAI YU- accordance with the pathological manifestations splenopathy
NING . shanxi journal of tcm. 2005;21(1):3 (chi*). and gastropathy, as well as experience gained by our
Few studies were done on the physiological function of small predecessors, we added some wind-expellir drugs in the
intestine , and it was always replaced by the study on the treatment of splenopathy and gastropathy and obtained good
function of spleen and stomach. The physiological function of curative effect. Our report is as follows.
small intestine could be manifested as follows:1. Reception
and digestion. In charge of digestion with spleen and each one 871- gera: 142316/di/ra
does its own duty. 2. Differentiation of pure substance from THE LIVER AND KIDNEYS HAVE THE SAME SOURCE:
turbid one. Pretreatment before the spleen lifts up clear refined KNOWING THE THEORY, REALISING THE DOCTRINE.
substance. 3. In charge of the producing ,transfusing and OCHS S. journal of chinese medicine. 2005;79:16 (eng).
regulating of body fluid. 4. In charge of falling of vital energy. The very notion of 'TCM theory' is a twentieth century
Playing a pivotal role on rising and falling of vital energy with innovation based on a modem, scientific model of medical
spleen and stomach. 5. In charge of circulation and change of knowledge. It is a historical fiction utilised for social, political,
vital energy. And it runs through the whole course of life medical and epistemological ends. TCM theory is constructed
activity. The physiological function of small intestine has close by selecting, and excluding, certain texts from the vast medical
relationship with that of spleen and stomach and each one canon. It is further constructed by 'framing' that theory as an
plays its own role. The activity of essential pair to the practice of Chinese medicine. This article

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will illustrate how our approach to reading Chinese medical


texts determines whether we are constructing a single 'theory' 880- gera: 145658/di/cg
to represent le, 1 the entire tradition or a set of interpretations WHAT IS QI ?. ROSE K. 2eme congres national de
of doctrines or ideas that recognises the plurality of the medecine chinoise, paris. 2005;:157 (eng).
tradition. A comparison of explanations of the phrase "the Liver ABSTRACTThe most basic... and most pressing question
and Kidneys have the same source" in standard twentieth-zs, facing those who would transmit Chinese medicine beyond its
century textbooks and seventeenth century guides to medical native lands or see it integrated into modem health care
practice will be our primary example settings is simply, "What is qi?" Until and unless there is an
adequate understanding and articulation of the answer (or
872- gera: 143047/di/ra answers) to this question in languages other than Chinese, the
LA RICERCA IN AGOPUNTURA: PROBLEMI DA work of disseminating traditional Chinese medicine (as well as
AFFRONTARE ANATOMO FISIOLOGIA DEGLI ZANG FU. all other forms of traditional Eastern medicines that rely on qi
GIOVANARDI CM. rivista italiana di medicina tradizionale and its metaphors for sustenance) will be constantly
cinese. 2005;101(3):12 (ita). undermined. This paper examines some of the issues related
The article presents the hystory of acupuncture research, the to the understanding of the Chinese word qi, its meanings and
results obtained till now and many suggestions to optimize this usages in a range of disciplines including philosophy, arts and
field of Chinese medicine. aesthetics, medicine, martial arts, and language and literary
arts. It addresses the development of an English cognate
873- gera: 143048/di/ra through an appraisal of candidate terms evaluated on the
ANATOMOFISIOLOGIA DI POLMONE E INTESTINO basis of their relevance and efficacy as concepts (tools) in the
CRASSO. SOTTE L. rivista italiana di medicina clinic. We examine the common misconception that qi is
tradizionale cinese. 2005;101(3):16 (ita). energy. And we conclude with a brief address to the utility of qi
The article presents the hystory of acupuncture research, the in the lives of practitioners and patients of traditional Chinese
results obtained till now and many suggestions to optimize this medicine, pointing out several basic theoretical principles and
field of Chinese medicine. methods for

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"APONEUROTIC SYSTEM" IN MEDICAL CLASSIC THE A DISCUSSION ON LUNG AND SPLEEN INTEGRITY
YELLOW EMPEROR' S CANON OF INTERNAL MEDICINE BUILDS ACQUIRED CONSTITUTION OF LIFE. XIANYI N,
IS THE EARLIEST DESCRIPTION ON NERVOUS SYSTEM HONGMEI HE, SHOUGUI YAN. 2eme congres national de
IN HUMAN HISTORY. WANG ZHENG, MA WEN, SONG medecine chinoise, paris. 2005;:183 (eng).
YONG-XIA. world journal of acupuncture-moxibution. ABSTRACTAccording to one of the Traditional Chinese
2005;15(4):49 (eng). Medical principle, "The kidneys store the congenital basis for
The description of "Jingjin" aponeurotic system or muscles or body"; "The spleen provides the essence of the acquired
tendinomuscular structures of the 12 regular meridians) in constitution". From years clinic experience, specially in the
Chapter Jingjin of book Huangdi Neijing (CRAYIVOthe Yellow treatment of gastrointestinal and respiratory system problems,
Emperor' s Canon of Internal Medicine) is the ear-liest record the author thinks it will be more appropriate if it can be stated
on nervous system. The Jingjin and channels are as "lung and spleen integrity builds acquired constitution of
interdependent, and together they form the major parts of the life". Heaven makes lucid clear material to nurture people.
chan-nel-collateral system in the theory of traditional Chinese Earth derives essence from food and water to nourish people.
medicine (TCM). The integration of their own functions It is said: "Heaven feeds people by five kinds of Qi; earth feeds
contributes to the (t11, functional activities) of the channel- people by five kinds of taste". This means Qi and taste
collateral system. The Jingjin distributes in the human body combined create life. If we rank these two elements together,
regularly like chan-nels, with starting and ending points (which Qi comes first. Without food, a person may survive three
goes up and down), main streams and branches, converging weeks; without water, they can still stay alive for 5 days.
and connecting spots, and specific manifestations for a certain However, without air, they can only live a few minutes. You
disease. Observation by modern anatomy shows that blood cannot live without air. This is a high valuable judgment. The
vessels, nerves, and lymphat-ic vessels accompany, closely lungs, respiratory organs whose primary function is to provide
with each other to run in the human body and work together to the whole body with oxygen, are above all the vital organs of
maintain human 's life activities. the human body. The spleen, in partnership with the stomach,
creates life-giving substances from food and water forming the
875- gera: 143750/di/ra essence of blood. The lungs, spleen and stomach are
ANATOMOFISIOLOGIA DI POLMONE E INTESTINO indispensable to and essential determinants of the condition of
CRASSO. L SOTTE. rivista italiana di medicina all organisms. Therefore, I declare the spleen and lungs
tradizionale cinese. 2005;101(3):16 (ita). together as essential to the acquired constitution, not spleen
The article presents the anatmophysiology of Lung ad Large alone. "Li Xu Yuan Jian" stated: "Regulate deficiency needs
Intestine. lung, spleen and kidney; Heal deficiency works on lung and
spleen". Dr.Yi Shi WANG indicated and emphasized the critical
876- gera: 144076/di/cg role of lungs and spleen as essence acquired constitution
LES 7 SENTIMENTS : QI QING. ANDRES G. 9eme congres suppliers. Clinical trials focus on to increase internal energy,
faformec, lyon. 2005;:54 (fra). reinforce the lungs and invigorate the function of the spleen to
re- balance the inherited physiological function with the
877- gera: 144077/di/cg acquired constitution, mutual dependent and mutual
INSTANCES PSYCHIQUES ET CINQ MOUVEMENTS promotion. In this way, it plays value role as prevention and
SELON LE LINGSHU 8. CASTERA P DINOUART– JATTEAU prolong the life expectancy. We need to enforce strict smoke
P. 9eme congres faformec, lyon. 2005;:59 (fra). regulations and reduce environmental pollution. Clean air,
healthy soil and pure water needs to be provided. We should
878- gera: 144121/di/ra protect the living environment in order to protect the lungs and
HEART, KIDNEY AND MINGMEN THEIR RELATIONS AND spleen, which are vital organs to the acquired constitution of
A HYPOTHESIS ON THE HEART‑ KIDNEY AXIS SYSTEM. the body and health. In so doing, we protect human being
X. european journal of integrated eastern and western ourselves.
medicine. 2005;13(3): (eng).
882- gera: 145668/di/cg
879- gera: 145294/ra/di ZANG - FU, DEEP ENERGY. SAPIR R. 2eme congres
HEART, KIDNEY AND MINGMEN THEIR RELATIONS AND national de medecine chinoise, paris. 2005;:204 (eng).
A HYPOTHESIS ON THE HEART‑ KIDNEY AXIS SYSTEM.
X. european journal of integrated eastern and western 883- gera: 133575/di/ra
medicine. 2005;3(3): (eng). LA NOTION ANCIENNE ET MODERNE DES REINS EN
MEDECINE CHINOISE. SHEN ZI YIN. acupuncture

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traditionnelle chinoise . 2006;14:15 (fra*). it is pointed out in this essay that the explanation of the TCM
theory of 'liver storing blood' as the function of the liver in
884- gera: 135761/di/ra regulating blood is a con-ceptive mechanical application. The
LE DAO YIN DU REIN SELON ZHEN JIU DA CHENG DE liver cannot di-rectly regulate the distribution of blood volume.
YANG CHI CHOU. BUI A. connaissance de l'acupuncture. The functional characteristics of the vascular smooth mus-cle
2006;2:137 (fra*). system accord with the physiological characteristics of the
liver, which provide the physiological anatomic bases for the
885- gera: 141954/di/ra TCM theory that liver stores blood and governs the normal flow
ON THE IDEA THAT VASCULAR SMOOTH MUSCLE of blood.
SYSTEM PROVIDES THE PHYSIOLOGICAL ANATOMIE
BASIS FOR THE TCM THEORY OF LIVER STORING 891- gera: 144725/di/di
BLOOD AND GOVERNING NORMAL FLOW OF BLOOD. RECHERCHE SUR LA RELATION ENTRE LE STRESS ET
TIAN JINWEN, NAN CHENGREN, WANG SHIWEN,. LA FONCTION SHU XIE (DEGAGEMENT OU PROPULSION
eastwest integration medicine. 2006;4(1):24 (eng). DES ENERGIES) DU FOIE. YAN SHAN 0, DENG ZHONG
YAN XIY , WIT WEI KANG RF F , WANG JIAN ZG.
886- gera: 141974/di/ra acupuncture traditionnelle chinoise. 2006;15:15 (fra).
HOW TO COMPREHENSIVELY TREAT C'est ñ partir des théories occidentales sur le stress et des
SCAPULOHUMERAL PERIARTERITIS. X. eastwest théories fondamentales de la MTC que les auteurs de cet
integration medicine. 2006;4(3):26 (eng). article mettent en évidence la relation entre le stress et la
fonction « Shu Xie » du Foie. D'aprés eux, cette fonction du
887- gera: 142030/nd/re Foie joue un role déterminant dans la survenue du stress. Ils
CHINESE MEDICINE AND THE MIND. KORNGOLD E, conferment que le Foie est le centre
BEINFIELD H. explore (ny). 2006;2(4): (eng).
892- gera: 144727/di/di
888- gera: 142351/di/ra PREMIERE RECHERCHE SUR LES THEORIES METTANT
APONEUROTIC SYSTEM" IN MEDICAL CLASSIC THE EN RELATION LE FOIE ET LA SEXUALITE. ZHOU AN
YELLOW EMPEROR' S CANON OF INTERNAI MEDICINE IS FANG. acupuncture traditionnelle chinoise. 2006;15:37
THE EARLIEST DESCRIPTION ON NERVOUS SYSTEM IN (fra).
HUMAN HISTORY. WANG ZHENG, MA WEN, SONG YONG-
XIA. world journal of acupuncture moxibustion. 893- gera: 144928/ra/di
2006;15(4):49 (eng). A QUERY ABOUT THE COORDINATION BETWEEN THE
The description of "Jingjin" (Mt aponeurotic system or muscles HEART AND THE KIDNEY. LI CHENGWEN, GE YANPING.
or tendinomuscular structures of the 12 regular meridians) in eastwest integration medicine. 2006;4(4):46 (eng).
Chapter Jingjin of book Huangdi Neijing ((( r i ))the Yellow
Emperor's Canon of Internal Medicine) is the earliest record on 894- gera: 145783/di/ra
nervous system. The Jingjin and channels are interdependent, THE RISE AND FALL OF THE GALL BLADDER. CLAVEY S.
and together they form the major parts of the channel- lantern. 2006;3(1):40 (eng).
collateral system in the theory of traditional Chinese medicine
(TCM). The integration of their own functions contributes to the 895- gera: 147300/di/ra
(t11, functional activities) of the channel-collateral system. The LA VESICULE BILIAIRE DANS LE YI XUE RU MEN.
Jingjin distributes in the human body regularly like channels, DUBOIS JC. connaissance de l'acupuncture. 2007;x:19
with starting and ending points (which goes up and down) , (fra).
main streams and branches, converging and connecting spots,
and specific manifestations for a certain disease. Observation 896- gera: 147301/di/ra
by modern anatomy shows that blood vessels, nerves, and LA VESICULE BILIAIRE, LE MAITRE INTERIEUR AU
lymphatic vessels accompany, closely with each other to run in CENTRE DE NOTRE ETRE. KESPI JM. connaissance de
the human body and work together to maintain human's life l'acupuncture. 2007;x:63 (fra).
activities.
897- gera: 147302/di/ra
889- gera: 142878/di/ra LE DOUBLE ASPECT DE LA VESICULE BILIAIRE.
A QUERY ABOUT THE COORDINATION BETWEEN THE ROCHAT DE LA VALLEE E. connaissance de
HEART AND THE KIDNEY. LI CHENGWEN, GE YANPING. l'acupuncture. 2007;x:79 (fra).
journal of integrated eastern and western medicine.
2006;4(4):46 (eng). 898- gera: 147303/di/ra
The physiology in the relationship between heart and kidney CONDUITES DE VIE DU MERIDIEN DU FOIE SELON ZHEN
will be explained using the TCM ascending- descending theory JIU DA CHENG 111. BUI A. connaissance de
of yin-yang and the theorie of water-fire. The heart belongs to l'acupuncture. 2007;x:111 (fra).
the fire element, while the kidney belongs to the water
element; the heart locates superiorly, belonging to yang, while 899- gera: 147304/di/ra
the kidney locates inferiorly, belonging to yin. The heart-fire LE CENTRE, L'ELAN ET LA CESURE. EYSSALET JM.
goes down to warm the kidney-yang, while the kidney-water connaissance de l'acupuncture. 2007;x:131 (fra).
goes up to nourish the heart-yin, suggesting "the fonctions of
the heart and kidney keeping in balance". However, in the past 900- gera: 147313/di/ra
ages, statements on the theory of coordina-tion between the LES ORIFICES DANS LES TEXTES CLASSIQUES.
heart and kidney have confused the nature of yin-yang and ANDRÈS G. annales, xie journees de la faformec.
made wrong use of the five-ele-ment theory, which 2007;X:28 (fra).
corresponds the yin-yang location nature to the yin-yang dans les traductions françaises le terme « orifice » peut
nature of the zang-fu organs and explains the relationship traduire plusieurs caractères : kong (trou), kong (cavité), qiao
between the heart and kidney by regarding them as a pair of (orifice) voire kong qiao (trou ou cavité orificielle). Cette notion
yin-yang like the water and the fire in the five-element doctrine. d'orifice est à distinguer des organes des sens (guan) qui
Therefore, this explanation of the relationship logent dans les orifices et sont les fonctionnaires des organes
(zang). Après avoir étudié les différents sens des caractères,
890- gera: 143289/di/ra nous nous attarderons sur le sens de qiao, en particulier à
ON THE IDEA THAT VASCULAR SMOOTH MUSCLE travers la symbolique des nombres qui leur est attribuée : cinq
SYSTEM PROVIDES THE PHYSIOLOGICAL ANATOMIC orifices (wu qiao), sept orifices (qi qiao), neuf orifices (jiu qiao).
BASIS FOR THE TCM THEORY OF LIVER STORING Ils définissent ainsi différents types d'échanges et de
BLOOD AND GOVERNING NORMAL FLOW OF BLOOD. communications où les supports liquidiens et en particulier les
TIAN JINWEN, NAN CHENGREN, WANG SHIWEN. eastwest liquides purs
integration medicine. 2006;4(1):24 (eng).

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901- gera: 147316/di/ra de Chine) » 7/1998, pages 415-416


LES SEPT ORIFICES DU CŒUR. KESPI JM. annales, xie
journees de la faformec. 2007;X:56 (fra). 907- gera: 151836/di/ra
Les orifices du coeur nous renvoient à la vacuité. Cette vacuité L'APPLICATION EN ACUPUNCTURE-MOXIBUSTION DE
est au cceur de nos consultations. Elle est le garant de notre LA NOTION « LE TRAITEMENT DU FOIE DOIT
justesse diagnostique et thérapeutique. Elle conditionne COMMENCER PAR LE RENFORCEMENT DE LA RATE ».
l'efficacité de nos traitements". CHEN HAO . acupuncture traditionnelle chinoise.
2007;16:40 (fra).
902- gera: 147319/di/ra Source : « Zhong Guo Zhen Jiu 1-7Q0.ifi » (L'Acupuncture-
LES YEUX SONT LE MIROIR DE L'ÂME. BUI VAN THO. Moxibustion de Chine) » 4/1996, pages 47-48
annales, xie journees de la faformec. 2007;X:65 (fra).
Parmi les 7 orifices de la tête, seuls les yeux peuvent répondre 908- gera: 126340/di/tt
aux trois critères de diagnostic, pronostic et thérapeutique. THE AFTERLIFE OF IMAGES: TRANSLATING THE
Selon Neijing, l'ceil est le lieu de réunion de jing (la PATHOLOGICAL BODY BETWEEN CHINA AND THE WEST
quintessence) des 5 organes et des 6 entrailles. Les yeux ont . HEINRICH LN. durham: duke university press.
des connexions nerveuses avec les différents viscères et des 2008;:222P (eng).
relations énergétiques avec le psychisme. L'inspection
constitue à elle seule, un geste crucial, non seulement pour le 909- gera: 148116/di/ra
diagnostic, mais encore le pronostic permettant ainsi une [DISCUSSION ON A FEW ENGLISH TRANSLATION OF
thérapeutique adéquate. En association avec les points TCM VISCERA-STATE TERMINOLOGY]. QU LF. chinese
somatiques, les points dits curieux parsemés autour de l'ceil, acupuncture and moxibustion. 2008;28(1):68 (chi).
permettent de traiter de nombreuses affections et maladies et TCM viscera-state theory is an important component of TCM
donnent souvent de bons résultats. Quant au MENTAL, le basal theories, accurate English translation of viscera- state
reflet fidèle de santé, d'émotion, et de conscience, il se terminology is directly related with correct and comprehensive
manifeste à travers le regard expressif que beaucoup de understanding of overseas scholars for TCM visceral
poètes le chantaient comme un " miroir de l'âme ". functional activities. In the past 30 years, TCM propagation in
overseas makes the translation level has increase of a quite
903- gera: 147338/di/ra degree, but English translation of viscera-state terminology still
YI KING ET ORIFICES. GAIGNOUX Y. annales, xie has some problems to be discussed and improved. In the
journees de la faformec. 2007;X:130 (fra). present paper, the author gives examples to illustrate some
problems in English translation of viscera-state terminology
904- gera: 147627/di/ra and puts forward own opinions to improve the translation from
ACUPUNCTURE STIMULATION AT SANYINJIAO: EFFECT changes of ancient and today terms, textual research of
ON THE SODIUM PERTECHNETATE BIOAVAILABILITY IN visceral functions and investigation of clinical diseases and
RATS. DE SOUZA DE, SENNA-FERNANDES V, DE
CARVALHO BRITO L, DE SOUZA RS, FRANÇA D, MANOEL 910- gera: 148669/di/ra
CV, DE ALMEIDA MC, BERNARDO-FILHO M. the american LE POUMON ET LA TRISTESSE : DES ARGUMENTS
journal of chinese medicine. 2007;35(6):977 (eng). OCCIDENTAUX. PETITPIERRE M. acupuncture et
In clinical acupuncture, when acupuncture points are moxibustion. 2008;7(1):39 (fra).
stimulated, several types of reflex responses can be evoked. Les textes nous disent que le Poumon est la source
Consequently, different categories of physiological responses supérieure de l’eau, ou encore qu’il règle la circulation de la
are induced, which include changes in the activities of internal voie des eaux ; il régit également la protection de l’organisme,
organs and tissues. The acupuncture point Sanyinjiao (SP6) le Qi, la diffusion, la descente et la purifcation ; il joue encore
has been used successfully to treat different human un rôle dans l’humeur, puisque son sentiment est la tristesse.
gastrointestinal conditions. The aim of this work was to Ces fonctions non respiratoires que la médecine traditionnelle
investigate the effects of end-organ response induced by chinoise attribue au Poumon sont très proches de celles qu’a
acupuncture point SP6 on the bioavailability of the identifées la médecine occidentale. Ce travail passe en revue
radiopharmaceutical sodium pertechnetate (Na(99m)TcO(4)) les mécanismes biologiques qui sous-tendent ces différentes
in Wistar rats. Healthy rats were allocated into 2 groups, fonctions, en s’intéressant plus particulièrement au lien entre
control-CG and treated-TG. TG was bilaterally stimulated at tristesse et immunité ; il tente enfn de clarifer le chemin neuro-
acupuncture point SP6 with stainless steel needles. Ocular hormonal qui va du point d’acupuncture au nerf vague, qui
plexus administration of Na(99m)TcO(4) (3.7MBq) was carried semble être la voie fnale commune de beaucoup de
out 10 min after every needle insertion in all animals. Ten
minutes later, the animals were killed, the organs were 911- gera: 149405/di/ra
isolated, the radioactivity was determined in a well gamma THE CONCEPT OF THE "GATE OF LIFE" (MINGMEN)
counter, and the percentage of injected dose per gram of DURING THE JIN, YUAN AND MING PERIODS. CHANG
tissue (%ID/g) was determined for each organ. The %ID/g was CHIA-FENG. chinesische medizin. 2008;2:95 (ger).
significantly altered (p < 0.05) in the small intestine of TG (0.56 In this article the author takes a close look at the concept of
+/- 0.09) when compared to CG (0.82 +/- 0.18). These results the "Gate of Life" (porta fortunae, mingmen, ifirr9) during the
may suggest that this stimulation might induce physiological Jin, Yuan and Ming Periods, i.e. between 1115 and 1644. She
responses capable of altering the bioavailability of the begins by looking at the first references to this term in the
radiopharmaceutical sodium pertechnetate. These findings aid "Inner Canon of the Yellow Emperor" (Huangdi Neijing, from
in providing a better understanding of acupuncture and its 1st century B.C., revised in the 8th and 11th centuries) and
effects on various organs and tissues. she describes eight different possible locations which are
based on classic works of Chinese medicine. Subsequently,
905- gera: 151834/di/ra she follows the development of the idea of the "Gate of Life" by
À PROPOS DE LA NOTION « CHEZ LES FEMMES, LE FOIE a variety of physicians inthe Jin, Yuan and Ming Periods and
CONSTITUE LE XIAN TIAN (INNE, CIEL ANTERIEUR) ». points out clearly the way the importance of the "Gate of Life"
WANG DA ZHENG . acupuncture traditionnelle chinoise. within the whole body was given increasing attention during
2007;16:15 (fra). this time. She looks at the influence of Daoism on the
Source : « Zhong Yi Za Zhi» (Revue de médecine chinoise), understanding of the "Gate of Life" and considers a variety of
2/1995,page 73-75. different locations of inner cultivation. The author then turns
her attention to the concept of the "Gate of Life" as ignis
906- gera: 151835/di/ra ministri ("ministeriaL fire", xianghuo), and she examines both
L'APPLICATION EN ACUPUNCTURE-MOXIBUSTION DE the origins and the clinical application of this idea. Finally the
LA THEORIE « LE FOIE ET LES REINS SONT D'UNE MEME article proposes a number of different ways of interpreting the
ORIGINE ». ZHU QIAO YING . acupuncture traditionnelle relationship between the "Gate of Life" and the triple burner
chinoise. 2007;16:32 (fra). functional system (o.
Source : « Zhong Guo Zhen Jiu» (L'Acupuncture-Moxibustion

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912- gera: 149762/di/ra RECHERCHE SUR LA NOTION DU TIAN GUI (EAU


A PROPOS DE LA NOTION « CHEZ LES FEMMES, LE FOIE CÉLESTE). jiang hai shen,. acupuncture traditionnelle
CONSTITUE LE XIAN TIAN (INNE, CIEL ANTERIEUR). chinoise. 2009;19:15 (fra).
WANG DA ZHENG. acupuncture traditionnelle chinoise. L'une des notions importantes de la MTC, le Tian Gui (Eau
2008;16:15 (fra). Céleste) est un terme d'ordre physiologique et pathologique.
Depuis longtemps, on sait que le Tian Gui joue un rôle
913- gera: 149763/di/ra important dans les activités sexuelles et procréatives de
L'APPLICATION EN ACUPUNCTURE-MOXIBUSTION DE l'homme mais les grands médecins des différentes époques
LA THEORIE 0 LE FOIE ET LES REINS SONT D'UNE MEME historiques chinoises n'ont pas un même avis sur cette notion.
ORIGINE ». ZHU QIAO YING. acupuncture traditionnelle Et, de nos jours, les avis demeurent encore partagés. Il s'agit
chinoise. 2008;16:32 (fra). d'un terme propre à la MTC que les Anciens ont utilisé pour
expliquer certains phénomènes physiologiques et
914- gera: 149764/di/ra pathologiques. Puisque cette notion n'est pas tout à fait
L'APPLICATION EN ACUPUNCTURE-MOXIBUSTION DE élucidée, il est difficile de l'appliquer de façon efficace en
LA NOTION 0 LE TRAITEMENT DU FOIE DOIT clinique. C'est pourquoi une étude sérieuse sur la réalité et sur
COMMENCER PAR LE RENFORCERNENT DE LA RATE ». les fonctions physiopathologiques du Tian Gui est
CHEN HAO. acupuncture traditionnelle chinoise. indispensable. Une telle étude donnera des références
2008;16:40 (fra). valables et utiles pour la pratique. Elle apportera également
une petite contribution à la standardisation et au
915- gera: 153469/di/ra développement de la MTC.

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Index des auteurs CHENG ZHAOHUAN¤ 481 ,


CHENG ZHIQING ET AL¤ 502 ,
ANDRES G¤ 204 , 473 , 498 , 876 , CHENG ZIMIAN ET AL¤ 387 ,
ANDRÈS G¤ 900 , CHEUNG CS ET AL¤ 94 , 120 , 122 , 153 , 154 ,
ANH PHAN¤ 852 , CHIM-KER YUAN¤ 20 ,
ARMENGOL FUERTES T¤ 183 , CHOAIN J¤ 16 , 500 ,
AUTEROCHE B¤ 177 , 373 , CHU QUAN-GEN¤ 614 ,
AUTEROCHE B ET AL¤ 70 , CLAVEY S¤ 894 ,
AUZEAU MC¤ 198 , CLIFFORD T¤ 185 ,
BAHAER-HADEER, A-KADIER¤ 725 , COMUNICACIONES HAN¤ 772 ,
BAI ZHAO-ZHI BAI YU-NING ¤ 866 , CONTI GM¤ 72 ,
BAI ZHENGYONG ET AL¤ 860 , COUDERC P¤ 430 , 446 , 469 , 472 , 510 ,
BAI ZHENYONG, LI MIAO¤ 867 , COWAN E¤ 98 ,
BANOS A¤ 128 , CUI TIANYUE¤ 436 ,
BARRY J ET AL¤ 328 , CUONG TRAN MANM¤ 60 ,
BEISCH K¤ 51 , DAI MEI¤ 827 ,
BEYENS F¤ 159 , DAI MING¤ 450 ,
BING HENG LEE¤ 168 , DAI TIAN-MU¤ 787 ,
BOIVIN R¤ 152 , DAN BENSKY¤ 380 ,
BORGONUOVO R ET AL¤ 301 , DANJOU JP¤ 71 ,
BOSSY J¤ 92 , DARBY M ET AL¤ 97 ,
BOURSE JF ET AL¤ 299 , DARJANA S¤ 244 ,
BRIOT A¤ 11 , 100 , D'ARPA C ET AL¤ 377 ,
BUCHHEIT M¤ 133 , DARRAC J-C¤ 22 , 37 ,
BUCHLEIT H¤ 112 , DARRAS JC¤ 17 , 42 , 43 , 77 , 78 , 90 , 101 , 102 , 107
BUI A¤ 851 , 884 , 898 , , 180 , DARRAS JC¤ 181 ,
BUI VAN THO¤ 902 , DARRAS J-C¤ 39 ,
BURCHEIT¤ 85 , DE DONATO E¤ 124 ,
CAI HUI, WANG YAN-JUN, LI EN, ET AL¤ 615 , DE DONATO E ET AL¤ 89 ,
CAI KEQUN¤ 359 , DE LA TORRE A¤ 367 ,
CANTONI T¤ 49 , DE L'HOMME G¤ 150 ,
CAO QINGSHU ET AL¤ 219 , DE L'HOMME G ET AL¤ 145 ,
CARBONELL J¤ 337 , DE SCHEPPER L¤ 170 ,
DE SOUZA DE, SENNA-FERNANDES V, DE CARVALHO
CASTERA P DINOUART– JATTEAU P¤ 877 ,
BRITO L, DE SOUZA 904 ,
CENTRO DOCUMENTACION DEL GERA¤ 381 ,
DECK M¤ 33 ,
CHAI KEFU¤ 358 ,
DEJAULT M¤ 206 , 407 ,
CHAMFRAULT¤ 8 ,
DENG YIHUI ET AL¤ 552 ,
CHANG CHIA-FENG¤ 911 ,
DENG ZHONGGUANG¤ 531 , 533 ,
CHEN GUOCHENG HUANG SHIPEI¤ 622 ,
DESWARTE D¤ 91 ,
CHEN GUODAI¤ 749 ,
DIAZ GALLEGO A¤ 336 ,
CHEN HAO ¤ 907 , 914 ,
DIENSTFREY H¤ 330 ,
CHEN HUIJUAN ET AL¤ 517 ,
DING GUIZHI ET AL¤ 356 ,
CHEN HUI-JUAN ET AL¤ 530 ,
DING JIAN GUO¤ 304 ,
CHEN JIAXU¤ 417 , 496 ,
DING JIE, LI ZHIYAN¤ 741 ,
CHEN JIA-XU¤ 683 ,
DING XING, CHEN WEN-KAI¤ 731 ,
CHEN KEQIN¤ 227 ,
DING-GUO YU ET AL¤ 214 ,
CHEN KEZHENG¤ 186 , 220 ,
DINOUART P¤ 172 ,
CHEN KUANG-SHI¤ 810 ,
DINOUART-JATTEAU P¤ 728 ,
CHEN LEI¤ 760 ,
DONG HANLIANG¤ 131 ,
CHEN LIGUO¤ 346 ,
DONG YU, ZHANG JI-ZHONG¤ 673 ,
CHEN LI-YUN¤ 842 ,
DU GUO-PING¤ 613 ,
CHEN MING¤ 296 , 543 ,
DU TINGGUI ET AL¤ 305 ,
CHEN SHI-KUI¤ 661 , 695 ,
DU WEIGUO ET AL¤ 611 ,
CHEN TS ET AL¤ 490 ,
DUAN DONGYIN¤ 773 ,
CHEN YU ¤ 648 , 835 ,
DUAN QIANXUN¤ 411 ,
CHEN YU-LONG¤ 637 ,
DUBOIS JC¤ 849 ,
CHEN YU-QI¤ 778 ,
DUBOIS J¤ 331 ,
CHEN ZHENG – GUANG¤ 618 ,
DUBOIS JC¤ 46 , 840 , 895 ,
CHEN ZHENGPING¤ 555 ,
DUBOIS JC ET BUI A¤ 691 ,
CHENG GENG-BIN, LIN LING-LING¤ 764 ,
DUBOIS JC, ET AL¤ 686 ,
CHENG RUHAI¤ 466 ,
DUGAMIN D¤ 184 ,
CHENG XINNONG¤ 217 ,

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DURON¤ 13 , HUMA¤ 489 ,


ELISA ROSSI ET AL¤ 685 , HUSHU-MIN¤ 702 , 717 ,
ESCUELA NEIJIN¤ 383 , HUYNH KINH KHA¤ 326 ,
ESCUELA NEIJING¤ 382 , 384 , JANHUA Y¤ 263 ,
ESPOSITO B¤ 539 , JI LI JIN¤ 548 , 550 , 551 ,
EYSSALET JM¤ 31 , 32 , 846 , 899 , JI LIJIN¤ 646 , 651 ,
EYSSALETJM¤ 746 , JI LI-JIN¤ 598 ,
FAN YA-PING ET AL¤ 435 , JI PENG, ZHANG XI¤ 870 ,
FANG LIXING ET AL¤ 538 , JIA DEDAO¤ 95 ,
FEI SAIYUAN¤ 730 , jiang hai shen,¤ 915 ,
FENG XUERUI ET AL¤ 269 , JIANG HONGYAO ¤ 806 ,
FENG YINMAN¤ 419 , JIANG HONG-YAO¤ 597 ,
FERNANDEZ RODRIGUEZ M¤ 333 , JIANG HONYAO¤ 556 ,
FINCKH E¤ 41 , 175 , 176 , JIANG JIANGUO¤ 167 ,
FISCH G¤ 10 , JIANG WEI¤ 351 ,
FLOCK A¤ 338 , JIAO SHUDE¤ 134 ,
FRANZINI¤ 251 , JIAO ZHENLIAN¤ 680 ,
FRANZINI S¤ 207 , 209 , 249 , 252 , 253 , JIAXU C ET AL¤ 458 ,
FU LI-LI¤ 675 , JIMENEZ A¤ 334 ,
FU YAN LING¤ 272 , JIN XIANGLAN ET AL¤ 482 ,
FU YANLING ET AL¤ 546 , JIN YI QIANG¤ 547 ,
GAIGNOUX Y¤ 903 , JIN YIQIANG¤ 312 ,
GAO JIAN-GUO LL JUN WANG JIN-FENG¤ 609 , JING YAN¤ 317 ,
GAO XIN-YAN¤ 670 , JING ZHOU QIANG ET AL¤ 654 ,
GARVEY M¤ 516 , JINWEN T¤ 447 ,
GENG JIAN HUANG XUE JING JIANG HAI-PING, ET AL¤ JIWU W ET AL¤ 429 ,
841 , JU BAO-ZHAO¤ 854 ,
GENG LIANG, LU JING¤ 824 , JU WENHAN¤ 274 ,
GEORGET D¤ 195 , JU YUE-YUN ET AL¤ 222 ,
GIBET J ET GOMMEZ ME¤ 300 , KANG XIAOHONG¤ 814 ,
GIOVANARDI CM¤ 872 , KAUFFMAN JD¤ 123 ,
GONG JIANBING ¤ 833 , KE QIAN-SHAN, YANG HONG-ZHI, SHEN WEI-SHENG¤ 616
GOODMAN J¤ 162 , ,
GOURION A¤ 24 , 25 , 26 , GOURION A¤ 27 , 28 , 29 , KE XINQIAO¤ 147 ,
30 , 44 , 45 , 47 , 63 , KESPI JM¤ 34 , 58 , 84 , 138 , 151 , 248 , 378 , 848 , 896
GU HUGUANG¤ 223 , , 901 ,
GU LIFANG¤ 372 , KLATE JS¤ 142 , 155 ,
GU RUISHEN¤ 314 , KOGEL M¤ 640 , 643 ,
GU RUISHENG¤ 319 , KONG FANQI ET AL¤ 484 ,
GUO BAOYAN¤ 748 , KORNGOLD E, BEINFIELD H¤ 887 ,
GUO LEI ET AL¤ 522 , KUANG DIAOYUAN ET AL¤ 215 , 282 ,
GUO XIAOMENG ¤ 803 , L SOTTE¤ 798 , 875 ,
HAMMER LI¤ 520 , LACOURTE B¤ 149 , 205 , 379 ,
HAN GUO-DONG¤ 455 , LAD V¤ 157 ,
HAN GUODONG ET AL¤ 306 , LAFONT JL¤ 111 , 139 , 243 , 537 , 560 ,
HAN LI-PING,WEI MIN-HUI¤ 751 , LAI-TIEN MD¤ 199 ,
HAO BAO-HUA ET AL¤ 573 , LANG QINGBO¤ 589 ,
HAO BAO-HUA, DONG HAI-II¤ 666 , LARRE C ET AL¤ 279 , 587 , 588 ,
HE JUAN ET AL¤ 477 , LARRE C ET ROCHAT DE LA VALLEE C¤ 284 ,
HE XIAN, WEI CHUN-SHAN, CHEN XIAO-YIN¤ 780 , LI CHENG-LI¤ 822 ,
HEINRICH LN¤ 908 , LI CHENGWEN¤ 783 ,
HEMON M¤ 254 , LI CHENGWEN, GE YANPING¤ 889 , 893 ,
HEMPEN CH¤ 365 , 366 , 369 , 370 , 374 , 375 , LI CONGIU¤ 127 ,
HONG LIU ET AL¤ 399 , LI HAN MIN¤ 549 ,
HONG SHU-LAN ET AL¤ 575 , LI HANMIN¤ 536 ,
HONG SU-LAN ET AL¤ 596 , LI HAO ET AL¤ 216 ,
HU JIANBEI¤ 528 , LI HAORAN¤ 136 ,
HU QIU-YAN¤ 620 , LI JUNZHE ¤ 820 ,
HU YINGCHUN ¤ 865 , LI LUHUI¤ 558 ,
HUANG JINCHANG¤ 388 , LI REI ET AL ¤ 762 ,
HUANG XI ET AL¤ 542 , LI RUHUI¤ 515 , 529 , 557 , 561 , 569 , 570 , 612 ,
HUANG ZU FANG ET AL¤ 444 , LI RU-HUI¤ 688 ,
HUARD P¤ 35 , LI RUHUI ET AL¤ 509 , 594 ,

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LI RUIHUI¤ 627 , 632 , LU SHICAI,HOU XUEWEN,YOU PEIXIU¤ 774 ,


LI RUKUI¤ 438 , LU SHU¤ 392 ,
LI SHENGCAI ET AL¤ 679 , LU XIAOYAN ET AL¤ 738 ,
LI SHENGQING ET AL¤ 563 , LU YUBIN ET AL¤ 492 ,
LI SHIDIAN ET AL¤ 231 , LU ZHIPING¤ 432 ,
LI SHIJUN ET AL¤ 224 , LUO JIAN-PING¤ 583 , 595 ,
LI SHIYAO¤ 324 , LUO WEI-FANG, GUO SHU-REN, CHEN SHI-DE¤ 617 ,
LI SHOUCHAO¤ 796 , LUO ZHENG-WEI¤ 682 ,
LI WEIXIAN¤ 109 , MA DUAN JIANG¤ 250 , 264 ,
LI XIAOJUN ET AL¤ 229 , MA JINQING ET AL¤ 146 ,
LI XINJI¤ 403 , MA SHURAN¤ 386 ,
LI XINNENG¤ 318 , MA SHU-RAN ET AL¤ 628 , 633 ,
LI YIQI¤ 740 , MA SHURAN GUO XIAZHEN LIU YANCHI ET AL¤ 649 ,
LI YI-QI¤ 724 , 743 , MA SHU-RAN, LIU YAN-CHI, GUO XIA-ZHEN, ET AL¤ 687 ,
LI ZHAOHUA¤ 119 , MA YUEXIANG ¤ 857 ,
LI ZHIMIN¤ 394 , MACIOCIA¤ 103 ,
LI ZHIPING ET AL¤ 518 , MACIOCIA G¤ 75 ,
LI ZHONGJIAN¤ 775 , MAGAZ K¤ 335 ,
LIAN QUN L¤ 288 , MAHDIHASSAN S¤ 371 ,
LIAN ZENGLIN¤ 325 , MAIRE B¤ 339 ,
LIFANG T¤ 289 , MALAYSIA-YAN AIXIN¤ 660 ,
LIN HUIGUANG ET AL¤ 677 , MAO HAIYAN¤ 523 ,
LIN LIN ET AL¤ 582 , MAO LIANG¤ 255 ,
LIN QUN-LIAN, ET AL¤ 808 , MAO XIAO¤ 118 ,
LIN SHUI-MIAO¤ 668 , MARIC-OEHLER W¤ 495 ,
LIN SUQUAN, ZHANG GUI FOU ¤ 789 , MARIE B, HUCHET A¤ 843 ,
LIN TIANDONG¤ 187 , MARTINEZ BARRIOS¤ 302 ,
LIN XIAOFENG¤ 742 , MARTINY M¤ 7 , 9 ,
LIN YIN¤ 761 , MENG LINGJUN¤ 309 ,
LIN ZHENGMING¤ 354 , MENG LINJUN¤ 526 ,
LING YAOXING¤ 212 , MENG NAI CHANG¤ 276 , 277 , 278 ,
LIU CHENGCAI¤ 308 , 343 , MENG QINGYUN¤ 106 ,
LIU CHENG-LI¤ 758 , MENG SHUJIANG ET AL¤ 320 ,
LIU HONGWEI¤ 395 , MENG ZHONGFA¤ 295 ,
LIU JIAYI¤ 238 , MERCIER¤ 12 ,
LIU JIA-YI¤ 579 , MERCIER L¤ 38 , 40 ,
LIU JINGREN¤ 391 , MIAO LINGNA¤ 770 ,
LIU KE, LI JIAN-SHENG¤ 700 , 713 , MICHAEL T GREENWOOD, MB (MD)¤ 705 , 720 ,
LIU KEXUN¤ 341 , LIU KEXUN¤ 467 , MIGUERES J¤ 104 ,
LIU MENG U¤ 161 , MILSKY C, GILLES ANDRES¤ 586 ,
LIU MINJIE¤ 261 , MO QIZHONG ET AL¤ 82 ,
LIU QINSHE¤ 357 , MOIRAGHI C¤ 406 ,
LIU RUI ET AL¤ 678 , MOLINIER F¤ 117 ,
LIU SHIJIAO¤ 468 , MOLLARD BRUSINI Y¤ 211 ,
LIU WEN SHEN LIN¤ 610 , MONTALTO M ET AL¤ 602 ,
LIU XIANGFA¤ 350 , MUSSAT¤ 23 ,
LIU XIANG-RUI, ZHANG MANG, ZHANG BIN¤ 819 , NGUYEN A¤ 114 ,
LIU XIAO-BIN LIU YOU-ZHANG¤ 665 , NGUYEN HUN GLAN¤ 105 ,
LIU XIAOBIN, ET AL¤ 782 , NGUYEN J ET AL¤ 88 ,
LIU XIAOYAN ET AL¤ 693 , 714 , NGUYEN P¤ 15 , 18 ,
LIU XINGREN¤ 474 , NGUYEN VAN NGHI¤ 52 , 53 , 54 , 148 , 443 ,
LIU YANGYUAN¤ 389 , NI YING-YING¤ 757 ,
LIU YING-FENG,LIU XIN-YA ¤ 753 , NOHRA NM¤ 73 ,
LIU YUAN, HUANG XIUSHEN, ZHOU XUNLUN¤ 862 , OCHS S¤ 871 ,
LL CHONG-RUI, WANG JIAN¤ 756 , OU YANGBIN¤ 426 ,
LOMUSCIO A¤ 483 , PADILLA CORRAL JL ET AL¤ 245 ,
LONG JIAJUN¤ 144 , PADILLA JL¤ 179 , 303 ,
LU AIPING ET AL¤ 499 , PADILLA JL ET AL¤ 210 ,
LU LIANGWEI¤ 519 , 626 , 631 , PAN CHAOCHONG ET AL¤ 449 ,
LU MING-YUAN¤ 567 , PAN TIANXIONG ¤ 788 ,
LU QUANSHENG ET AL¤ 604 , PAN WENKUAI¤ 437 ,
LU SHICAI, HOU WENXUE, YOU PEIXIU¤ 815 , PAN WENKUI¤ 188 , 311 , 409 , 442 ,
LU SHICAI, HOU WENXUE, YOU PEIXIU¤ 816 , 837 , PATOLE-LISSAC M¤ 66 ,

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PAULIEN I¤ 362 , SONG SHAOQI¤ 173 ,


PELLETIER A¤ 14 , SOTTE L¤ 415 , 463 , 564 , 606 , 736 , 755 , 771 , 828 ,
PENG QING HUA ET AL¤ 291 , 829 , 873 ,
PERREIN JB¤ 280 , SOTTO L¤ 376 ,
PETITPIERRE M¤ 910 , SOULIE DE MORANT¤ 1 , 2 , 3 , 4 , 5 , 6 ,
PHAN-CHOFFRUT F¤ 178 , STEVEN K¤ 868 ,
PIAO SHUNTIAN¤ 674 , STROM H¤ 844 ,
PIERS AD¤ 113 , 140 , 143 , STUX G¤ 639 , 642 ,
PINTAT N¤ 408 , SUN AIHUA ET AL¤ 86 , 348 ,
PLATSCH VKD¤ 494 , SUN GUANGREN¤ 497 ,
PONCHON¤ 156 , SUN GUANG-REN¤ 608 ,
PORKERT M¤ 171 , SUN HAO¤ 420 , 512 ,
PRITZKER S AND YUAN BING¤ 825 , SUN MANJUAN,LI MINGHAI¤ 697 , 709 ,
QIAN BINGQIANG¤ 292 , SUN QIXIN¤ 241 ,
QIANG YU¤ 599 , SUN SONG-HUI¤ 786 ,
QIN XUEYI¤ 137 , SUN TIANFU¤ 834 ,
QIN YULONG¤ 514 , SUN XIGONG ET AL¤ 553 , 554 ,
QIU ZHEN-GIG, ET AL ¤ 807 , SUN YINGJIE¤ 228 ,
QU LF¤ 909 , SUN ZHAOVEN¤ 293 ,
QU LI-FANG¤ 681 , TABOSA A ET AL¤ 470 ,
QU LIFANG ET AL¤ 486 , TABOSA AMF ET AL¤ 503 , 504 , 506 , 507 ,
QU LIFANG, GARVEY M¤ 636 , TADILLA JL ET AL¤ 200 ,
QUAN JUEWU, LU XUANMIN ¤ 797 , TAI HEI CHAN ET AL¤ 74 ,
RANGE JP¤ 21 , TAILLANDIER J¤ 203 ,
RECOURS NGUYEN C¤ 850 , TALAZAC M¤ 96 ,
REMPP C¤ 644 , TAN YUNLIANG¤ 239 ,
REN JI-XUE¤ 706 , 721 , TANG KE-WEN¤ 577 ,
REN LI, ZHANG WU-ZHOU¤ 701 , REN LI, ZHANG WU- TANG SHENGLI ET AL¤ 462 ,
ZHOU¤ 716 , TANG YINGXUE ¤ 653 ,
REN PING ET AL¤ 525 , TANG YITING ET AL¤ 647 ,
REN ZHANMIN¤ 316 , TANG YIXIN ET AL¤ 226 ,
REQUENA Y¤ 48 , 67 , 68 , 169 , 174 , TAO ZHIDA¤ 165 ,
ROCHAT DE LA VALLEE E¤ 847 , 897 , TIAN JINWEN¤ 493 ,
RODER K¤ 638 , 641 , TIAN JINWEN ET AL¤ 488 ,
ROSE K¤ 880 , TIAN JINWEN, HAN CHENGREN, WANG SHIWEN ¤ 784 ,
ROSE-NEIL S¤ 79 , TIAN JINWEN, NAN CHENGREN, WANG SHIWEN¤ 890 ,
ROSS J¤ 163 , 285 , TIAN JINWEN, NAN CHENGREN, WANG SHIWEN,¤ 885 ,
ROUAM F¤ 93 , 202 , 208 , TIAN JINWEN, SHI QIAORONG, HAN CHENGREN, ET AL¤
ROUQUET C¤ 62 , 863 ,
ROUX JP¤ 541 , TIAN JIN-WEN, SHI QIAO-RONG, LIU SHU-PING¤ 656 ,
TIAN JIN-WEN,SHI QIAO-RONG, HAN CHENG-REN, ET AL¤
SAENZ DE JUANO AMPARO ET AL¤ 332 ,
812 ,
SAN-HU W¤ 287 ,
TIAN LI LAO ET AL¤ 327 ,
SAPIR R¤ 882 ,
TIAN LI-FANG¤ 684 ,
SAVIGNY N¤ 56 , 69 ,
TIAN LIFANG, YANG JIASAN¤ 845 ,
SEDALLIAN JP¤ 121 , 158 ,
TIAN XIN ET AL¤ 593 ,
SENG ZIXING¤ 64 ,
TIAN ZAISHAN ET AL¤ 692 , 710 ,
SERRES G¤ 197 ,
SHEN CHENG-LIN, SUN SHUO-LUN, GAO YING, ET AL¤ TIANBEN PINGNAN¤ 694 , 715 ,
855 , TOHAKU ISHII¤ 201 ,
SHEN SHU-WEN, CAO HAI-TAO, ET AL¤ 663 , TONG YAO ET AL¤ 574 ,
SHEN YAJUAN SHI YUMEN¤ 433 , TRAN MANH CUONG¤ 55 ,
SHEN ZI YIN¤ 883 , TRAN VIET DZUNG¤ 727 ,
SHEN ZIYIN¤ 242 , 480 , TREMBLAY N¤ 540 ,
SHEN ZIYIN ET AL¤ 364 , VERGARA A¤ 246 ,
SHEN ZUFA¤ 193 , VERGARA A ET AL¤ 281 ,
SHI DAZHUO ET AL¤ 298 , VINOGRADOFF M¤ 585 ,
SHI LANHUA ET AL¤ 342 , VIVIANA D GUINARTE¤ 623 ,
SHI QI¤ 414 , WANG CHENDE¤ 130 ,
SHI QIN¤ 795 , WANG CHEQNG YING¤ 182 ,
SHI XIAOYAN¤ 698 , 711 , WANG CHUNSHENG¤ 232 ,
SHI ZHENG-GANG¤ 729 , WANG DA ZHENG ¤ 905 , 912 ,
SHUREN T ET AL¤ 456 , WANG GUANGHUANG¤ 323 ,
SI FUCHUN¤ 440 , WANG HONG-MO ¤ 791 ,

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WANG HONGTU¤ 413 , XING YURUI¤ 781 ,


WANG HUI-ZHEN¤ 534 , XU CHONGMING, WANG ZIYUAN¤ 858 ,
WANG JIANHUA¤ 363 , XU FARONG ET AL¤ 532 ,
WANG JIANPING¤ 194 , XU FAYING, YANG MINCHUN, XU SAN¤ 864 ,
WANG JIN-CHENG,SHI XIAO-YAN¤ 777 , XU FULIN, ET AL¤ 192 ,
WANG JINDA ET AL¤ 83 , 87 , XU GUOGENG¤ 353 ,
WANG JINGXIAN ET AL¤ 283 , XU JINGFAN¤ 257 ,
WANG MEI ZHU ET AL¤ 340 , XU JINQI ET AL¤ 461 ,
WANG MI-QU, WU BIN, YAN SHI-LIN¤ 699 , 712 , XU MU-LIN¤ 562 ,
WANG QIANG¤ 313 , XU QI¤ 424 , 428 ,
WANG QIANG ET AL¤ 233 , XU QI ET AL¤ 460 , 464 ,
WANG QICAI¤ 256 , XU SHIBIAO¤ 421 ,
WANG SHULING ET AL ¤ 655 , XU YANTONG ET AL¤ 601 ,
WANG TIANFANG ET AL¤ 465 , XU YAN-TONG ET AL¤ 607 ,
WANG WEN BO¤ 459 , XU YING, ZHANG YU-PENG¤ 838 ,
WANG WENDONG¤ 80 , XU YOUQI¤ 360 ,
WANG WUZHOU¤ 657 , XU ZHENGHAI¤ 441 ,
WANG XIAO-JUN¤ 744 , XU ZHONG-HUAN,WANG CHENG-PING¤ 821 ,
WANG XUDONG¤ 664 , Yamada K¤ 368 ,
WANG XUTONG¤ 190 , YAMAMURA Y ET AL¤ 453 , 454 ,
WANG YUCHUAN¤ 259 , 260 , 396 , YAN CAN ET AL¤ 592 ,
WANG YU-CHUAN¤ 258 , YAN J¤ 457 ,
WANG YUHUA, LI YUTAO, ZHONG WEIHONG ¤ 817 , YAN JANHUA¤ 267 ,
WANG YUN-FU¤ 635 , YAN JIANHUA¤ 234 , 322 ,
WANG YUNFU ET AL¤ 501 , YAN JIAN-HUA¤ 853 ,
WANG YUSHENG¤ 129 , 321 , YAN SHAN 0, DENG ZHONG YAN XIY , WIT WEI KANG RF
WANG YU-XIN ET AL¤ 578 , F , WANG JIAN ZG¤ 891 ,
WANG ZHANXI ET AL¤ 141 , YAN SHIYUN¤ 81 ,
WANG ZHENG, MA WEN, SONG YONG-XIA¤ 874 , 888 , YAN XIN¤ 401 ,
YAN XING-KE ZHANG GUANG-QUAN WANG YU, ET AL¤
WANG ZHEN-HUA¤ 769 ,
704 , 719 ,
WANG ZHI-HONG¤ 768 ,
YAN YONGLONG ET AL¤ 603 ,
WANG ZIMO¤ 240 ,
YAN ZHIAN¤ 581 ,
WANG ZIQIANG¤ 390 ,
YANG BAI RU¤ 329 ,
WEI BEI HAI¤ 431 ,
YANG BAI-RU¤ 116 ,
WEI BEIHAI¤ 115 ,
YANG BAIRU ET AL¤ 247 ,
WEI FENG-QIN¤ 568 ,
YANG BAOQIN ET AL¤ 297 ,
WEI YACHUAN ET AL¤ 448 ,
YANG HAI-FA, JIANG DIAN-DE , WANG HONG-XIA¤ 832 ,
WEIYI Y ET AL¤ 445 ,
YANG HONG-YAN,WANG XIAO-YUN¤ 800 ,
WU CHAODONG¤ 422 ,
YANG JIA SAN¤ 196 ,
WU CHUNLIN¤ 659 ,
YANG JIN¤ 235 ,
WU DUNXU¤ 307 ,
YANG MINGHUI ET AL¤ 802 ,
WU HUA-QIANG¤ 634 ,
YANG SHENGLAN, WANG PENG, LI DAOBEN , ET AL¤ 747
WU RUNJIU¤ 527 ,
,
WU RUNQIU¤ 132 ,
YANG SHIXING¤ 135 ,
WU TONG-YU, LIU YAN-CHI, MA SHU-RUN¤ 804 ,
YANG SHI-ZHE¤ 831 ,
WU WEIPING ET AL¤ 397 ,
YANG WEIYI¤ 345 ,
WU XIONG-ZHI¤ 571 ,
YANG X AO H0NG, GU WUJUN ¤ 826 ,
WU YAO-NAN ET AL¤ 535 ,
YANG XIAN HUAN¤ 270 ,
WU YIMIN¤ 315 ,
YANG XU ET AL¤ 425 ,
WU YONG¤ 434 ,
YANG YIGONG¤ 400 ,
WU ZHENGZHI¤ 189 ,
YANG YILING ET AL¤ 478 ,
WU ZHIKUI ET AL¤ 524 ,
YANG YI-LING ET AL¤ 590 ,
X¤ 19 , 36 , 50 , 57 , 59 , 61 , 76 , 164 , 404 , 405 , 584
YE LEI, QIN LIN¤ 859 ,
, 676 , 690 , 708 , 801 , 878 , 879 , 886 , YE QING-LIAN¤ 624 , 629 , 830 ,
XA XIANG ET AL¤ 126 ,
YE XIANGQUAN¤ 273 ,
XIA JINPING¤ 427 ,
YSAO YAMAMURA ET AL¤ 471 , 487 , 505 , 508 ,
XIANYI N, HONGMEI HE, SHOUGUI YAN¤ 881 ,
YU MENG CHUN¤ 236 ,
XIAO LIEGANG¤ 439 ,
YU QUNLI¤ 160 ,
XIAO XIANG RU¤ 266 ,
YU SHEN-ZHONG¤ 625 , 630 ,
XIAO XIANRU¤ 418 ,
YU YONGHAO¤ 108 ,
XIAO YANLING ET AL¤ 559 ,
YU ZICHENG¤ 423 ,
XIE JIANGUO¤ 352 ,
YUAN SHANGHUA¤ 294 ,
XIE MING ET AL¤ 572 ,

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YUCHI JING¤ 191 , ZHAO YAN, GAO QUAN-GUO¤ 790 ,


YUE-HUA LU¤ 225 , ZHAO YOUCHEN¤ 230 ,
ZENG XIANGGUO ET AL¤ 485 , ZHAO YUZHEN¤ 344 ,
ZENG ZHAOLIN ET AL¤ 268 , ZHAOYOUNG WANG¤ 565 ,
ZENG ZHAOLING ET AL¤ 213 , ZHENG CHAOSHAN¤ 402 ,
ZENG ZHIYONG, ZHANG LIHUA, LUO YOUHUA, ETC¤ 794 ZHENG GUO-QING¤ 545 ,
, ZHENG HONGBIN ET AL¤ 479 ,
ZENG ZL ¤ 416 , ZHENG MINLIN¤ 785 ,
ZENGZHI-YONG , ZHANG LI-HUA , LUO YOU-/UTA , ET AL¤
ZHENG MIN-LIN, RUAN SHI-WEI¤ 658 ,
813 ,
ZHENG YANG LIN LIN, ZHANG JING¤ 672 ,
ZE-SHEN P¤ 290 ,
ZHENG YILUN¤ 412 ,
ZHAI SHUANG-QIN ET AL¤ 591 ,
ZHIKUI W ET AL¤ 475 ,
ZHAI SHUANGQING¤ 398 ,
ZHONG FEI ¤ 662 ,
ZHANG ANLING¤ 310 ,
ZHONG JIAXI ET AL¤ 393 ,
ZHANG AN-LING¤ 793 ,
ZHOU AN FANG¤ 892 ,
ZHANG BIZHEN¤ 452 ,
ZHOU BIN ¤ 809 ,
ZHANG CHAORAN¤ 65 ,
ZHOU CIQING¤ 125 ,
ZHANG CUILING ¤ 856 ,
ZHOU DONG-HAO, ZHANG LEI, ZHOU MING-AI¤ 722 ,
ZHANG DARING ET AL¤ 759 ,
ZHOU HUI-SHENG¤ 735 ,
ZHANG DENGBEN¤ 732 , 861 ,
ZHOU MEI-QI, ZHOU YI-PING¤ 836 ,
ZHANG DENGBEN, ET AL¤ 823 ,
ZHOU MING-XIN, LING ZE-KUI¤ 767 ,
ZHANG GUO-XIA¤ 799 ,
ZHOU PIN ET AL¤ 262 ,
ZHANG JIA FA, ZHANG YOUXIANG¤ 650 ,
ZHOU WENXIAN¤ 621 ,
ZHANG JIAN-BIN, WANG LING-LING¤ 869 ,
ZHOU WEN-XIAN¤ 544 ,
ZHANG JIAWEI¤ 645 , 652 ,
ZHOU YI-GRANG¤ 237 ,
ZHANG JUNLONG¤ 513 ,
ZHOU YONG-HONG¤ 726 ,
ZHANG LIAN-CAI, ZHANG QI-MING¤ 723 , 839 ,
ZHU FEI-PENG LI DONG-HUA¤ 752 ,
ZHANG LIN¤ 737 ,
ZHU GUANG-REN¤ 600 ,
ZHANG LIPING¤ 703 , 718 ,
ZHU JINZHONG¤ 385 ,
ZHANG LIYING ET AL¤ 218 , 410 ,
ZHU LINGLING, ET AL¤ 763 ,
ZHANG MAI FENG¤ 99 ,
ZHU LING-LING, TONG YAO ¤ 765 ,
ZHANG MANG, LIU XIANG-RUI, YUE LI-MIN, ET AL¤ 792 ,
ZHU MEINIAN ET AL¤ 110 ,
ZHANG PENG, XV CHENG-LIN, FENG JIA¤ 779 ,
ZHU MING ET AL¤ 566 ,
ZHANG QI, ET AL¤ 619 ,
ZHU QIAO YING ¤ 906 , 913 ,
ZHANG QICHENG¤ 734 ,
ZHU WEICHANG¤ 355 ,
ZHANG QI-MING¤ 739 , 754 ,
ZHU XIANG-DONG, TIAN WEN-JING, LI LAN-ZHEN¤ 750 ,
ZHANG QI-MING, LO DONG-MEI, YANG HONG-JUN, ET AL¤
ZHU XIAOYING¤ 491 , 521 ,
805 ,
ZHUANG JIAN-QING, GUO RUI-XIN, ZENG ZHAO-LIN ET¤
ZHANG QI-MING, ZHANG HUI-ZHEN¤ 776 ,
689 ,
ZHANG SHAO SHUN¤ 286 ,
ZHANG SHAOJUN ET AL¤ 580 ,
ZHANG SHAOWEN¤ 605 ,
ZHANG SI-CHAO¤ 669 ,
ZHANG TAO ET AL¤ 476 ,
ZHANG TIEZHONG ET AL¤ 576 ,
ZHANG TING, LI QI-ZHONG, CHEN HUI-JUAN¤ 671 ,
ZHANG TONYGUI¤ 221 ,
ZHANG WEI , YAN JIE¤ 696 ,
ZHANG WEI, YAN JIE¤ 707 ,
ZHANG XIAO-HU, OU YONG-XIN, WEN XIAO-MIN¤ 733 ,
ZHANG XIAOWEN¤ 451 ,
ZHANG XUELIANG¤ 361 ,
ZHANG XUENENG ET AL¤ 166 ,
ZHANG YONGHONG¤ 275 ,
ZHANG YU-XIANG¤ 667 ,
ZHANG ZHI-MING¤ 766 ,
ZHANG ZHIYUAN¤ 265 , 271 ,
ZHANG ZUOJI¤ 349 ,
ZHAO CHANG-YAN XI JUN-SHENG, WANG YONG¤ 745 ,
ZHAO CHONGXUE¤ 347 ,
ZHAO HAI-FENG ¤ 811 ,
ZHAO LINGKONG ¤ 818 ,
ZHAO TIHAO¤ 511 ,

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index des sujets/ subject index eau¤ 151 , 178 ,


externe¤ 83 , 87 , 238 , 290 , 306 , 323 ,
(non exhaustif)
feu¤ 151 , 155 , 178 ,
-¤ /
interne¤ 83 , 87 , 290 , 306 ,
¤ 33 , 64 , 64 , 86 , 110 , 124 , 124 , 131 , 160 , 169 ,
numerologie¤ 93 ,
185 , 185 , 241 , 251 , 285 , 285 , 285 , 338 , 339 , 344 ,
yin yang¤ 147 ,
345 , 345 , 348 , 349 , 353 , 356 , 357 , 357 , 358 , 358 ,
359 , 359 , 360 , 360 , 361 , 362 , 363 , 364 , ¤ 365 , 366
2,03 -¤ qi, blood, body fluids/ energie, sang et liquides
, 369 , 369 , 370 , 370 , 373 , 374 , 375 , 376 , 378 , 382 organiques
, 383 , 385 , 386 , 387 , 388 , 388 , 390 , 390 , 391 , 392 *¤ 108 , 146 , 149 , 162 , 183 , 203 , *¤ 204 , 205 , 272 ,
, 392 , 393 , 395 , 395 , 395 , 397 , 399 , 399 , 400 , 402 296 , 307 , 309 , 310 , 313 , 402 , 561 , 606 ,
, 404 , 415 , 417 , 427 , 433 , 435 , 436 , 440 , ¤ 441 , circulation¤ 91 ,
445 , 448 , 454 , 462 , 470 , 471 , 475 , 487 , 488 , 490 , énergie mentale¤ 49 , 109 , 128 , 149 , 205 , 301 , 483 ,
491 , 491 , 493 , 494 , 495 , 495 , 498 , 504 , 505 , 506 , 494 , 540 , 594 ,
507 , 508 , 509 , 512 , 512 , 514 , 515 , 516 , 520 , 521 , énergie wei¤ 509 , 648 ,
521 , 522 , 524 , 525 , 526 , 529 , 537 , 541 , 543 , ¤ 544 essentielle¤ 64 , 204 ,
, 547 , 548 , 549 , 549 , 551 , 553 , 553 , 554 , 554 , 555 liquide¤ 146 , 203 , 272 , 310 , 313 ,
, 557 , 560 , 560 , 561 , 561 , 570 , 580 , 580 , 581 , 588
, 589 , 590 , 590 , 592 , 594 , 602 , 648 , 840 , 849 , 2,04 -¤ organs and functions/ organes et fonctions
*¤ 185 , 315 , 561 ,
1,01 -¤ GENERAL ASPECTS AND HISTORY/ ASPECTS 5 sens¤ 87 , 132 , 182 , 192 , 291 ,
GENERAUX ET HISTOIRE
cerveau¤ 109 , 136 , 197 , 248 , 350 , 351 , 352 , 353 ,
combinaison médecine occidentale- mtc¤ 574 , 615 ,
354 , 361 , 414 , 438 ,
idéogramme¤ 73 ,
circulation¤ 91 ,
symbolisme¤ 93 , 183 , 362 ,
coeur¤ 32 , 35 , 54 , 89 , 108 , 124 , 125 , 149 , 154 ,
tradition¤ 183 ,
187 , 233 , 239 , 272 , 274 , 280 , 286 , 310 , 333 , 671 ,
coeur¤ 814 ,
1,02 -¤ history/ histoire
couche¤ 145 ,
*¤ 226 , 255 , 456 , 537 , 566 ,
curieux¤ 56 , 90 , 138 , 178 , 205 ,
song¤ 401 ,
digestion¤ 126 ,
1,03 -¤ medical classics/ classiques médicaux embryologie¤ 7 , 9 , 16 , 66 , 85 , 88 , 92 , 104 , 112 ,
*¤ 70 , 292 , 342 , 137 , 184 , 376 , 454 , 470 , 471 , 504 , 508 , 539 ,
analyse¤ 70 , 206 , estomac¤ 53 , 98 , 99 , 108 , 115 , 120 , 130 , 134 , 156 ,
da cheng¤ 70 , 139 , 851 , 884 , 160 , estomac¤ 164 , 165 , 166 , 193 , 214 , 224 , 240 ,
i jing¤ 245 , 786 , 243 , 257 , 294 , 295 , 320 , 324 , 420 , 422 , 673 ,
jin kui yao lue¤ 240 , foie¤ 46 , 70 , 80 , 81 , 108 , 122 , 129 , 135 , 144 , 150 ,
ling shu¤ 161 , 243 , 326 , 810 , 152 , 167 , 168 , 173 , 191 , 195 , 270 , 273 , 288 , 291 ,
nan jing¤ 64 , 196 , 234 , 298 , 305 , 309 , foie¤ 311 , 312 , 318 , 448 , 458 , 490 ,
nei jing¤ 89 , 263 , 267 , 292 , nei jing¤ 349 , 398 , 424 , 530 , 784 , 812 ,
464 , 792 , gros intestin¤ 12 , 83 , 87 , 120 , 123 , 194 , 198 , 290 ,
shang han lun¤ 239 , 314 , 306 , 597 ,
su wen¤ 139 , 206 , 254 , 297 , 345 , 377 , 398 , 572 , intestin grele¤ 54 , 97 , 120 , 169 , 198 , 254 , 866 ,
625 , 869 , maitre du coeur¤ 37 , 39 , 42 , 121 , 142 , 155 , 180 , 181
wen bing tiao bian¤ 235 , , 430 ,
ming men¤ 71 , 95 , ming men¤ 118 , 139 , 151 , 159 ,
1,04 -¤ asian medicines/ médecines asiatiques 184 , 186 , 207 , 209 , 249 , 252 , 253 , 263 , 265 , 267 ,
inde¤ 157 , 623 , 271 , 276 , 277 , 278 , 304 , 322 , 355 , 372 , 424 , 436 ,
tibet¤ 175 , 511 , 520 , 539 , 558 , 565 , 566 , 568 , 572 , 589 , 613 ,
614 , 762 , 781 , 865 ,
1,07 -¤ bibliography/ bibliographie poumons¤ 31 , poumons¤ 48 , 83 , 84 , 87 , 108 , 146 ,
*¤ 381 , 153 , 163 , 182 , 194 , 199 , 202 , 203 , 214 , 216 , 231 ,
232 , 233 , 237 , 275 , 284 , 290 , 294 , 296 , 306 , 313 ,
2,01 -¤ ANATOMY- PHYSIOLOGY/ ANATOMIE-
321 , 406 , 426 , 587 , 597 , 822 ,
PHYSIOLOGIE
rate¤ 53 , 81 , 99 , 108 , 115 , 120 , 126 , rate¤ 130 , 134
lymphatique¤ 247 ,
malformation¤ 88 ,
, 156 , 160 , 164 , 166 , 208 , 214 , 224 , 240 , 243 , 246
os¤ 65 ,
, 295 , 298 , 302 , 324 , 328 , 420 , 422 , 431 , 465 , 598
peau¤ 199 ,
, 624 , 635 , 663 ,
reins¤ 51 , 65 , 82 , 86 , 88 , 94 , 105 , 108 , 110 , 119 ,
tête¤ 69 ,
125 , 136 , 140 , 141 , reins¤ 142 , 144 , 155 , 172 , 178 ,
2,02 -¤ yin-yang. five elements/ yin-yang. cinq éléments 184 , 193 , 204 , 205 , 213 , 215 , 220 , 221 , 235 , 238 ,
*¤ 128 , 132 , 147 , 260 , 307 , 341 , 346 , 396 , 561 , 239 , 241 , 242 , 268 , 274 , 279 , 282 , 283 , 286 , 304 ,
5 mouvements¤ 168 , 316 , 320 , 596 , 614 ,

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respiration¤ 31 , 46 , 71 , 84 , 91 , 162 , 165 , 183 , vide de yin du foie¤ 544 ,


triple rechauffeur¤ 10 , triple rechauffeur¤ 11 , 17 , 22 , 23 , vide des reins¤ 348 ,
24 , 25 , 26 , 27 , 28 , 29 , 30 , 36 , 44 , 45 , 71 , 72 , yang¤ 51 , 105 , yang¤ 125 , 129 , 130 , 140 , 169 , 172 ,
74 , 100 , 111 , 113 , 116 , 143 , 151 , 158 , 167 , 170 , 178 , 220 , 237 ,
179 , 180 , 181 , 200 , 201 , 212 , 234 , 243 , 244 , 247 , yang ming¤ 114 ,
289 , 292 , 314 , 315 , triple rechauffeur¤ 319 , 322 , 323 , yin¤ 105 , 125 , 129 , 130 , 140 , 172 , 178 , 220 , 220 ,
327 , 329 , 331 , 334 , 335 , 337 , 419 , 469 , 571 , 625 , 257 ,
807 ,
vésicule biliaire¤ 122 , 138 , 210 , 211 , 245 , 389 , 5,01 -¤ THERAPEUTIC TECHNIQUES/ TECHNIQUES
THERAPEUTIQUES
vessie¤ 94 , 206 , 232 ,
indication¤ 104 ,
2,05 -¤ meridians/ méridiens
5,03 -¤ acupuncture/ acupuncture
*¤ 33 , 70 , 72 , 300 , 328 ,
latéralité¤ 135 , 399 ,
mériden secondaire¤ 33 ,
méridien curieux¤ 56 , 90 , 138 , 178 , 205 , 5,11 -¤ nose, face, eye, hand and foot acupuncture/
shao yin¤ 178 , rhinofacio, manopodo, craniopuncture
tai yin¤ 48 , 67 , 68 , 300 , *¤ 137 ,
tendinomusculaire¤ 888 , faciopuncture¤ 137 ,
yang ming¤ 114 ,
yin wei¤ 205 , 5,16 -¤ qi gong. massages/ qi gong. massages
qi gong¤ 236 , 372 ,
2,06 -¤ points/ points
*¤ 104 , 218 , 219 , 362 , 5,20 -¤ tcm and alternative medicine/ mtc et médecines
indications des points¤ 104 , douces
Jing¤ 64 , 204 , oligo-élements¤ 110 , 295 ,
RN2¤ 140 ,
6,01 -¤ algology/ algologie
V52¤ 205 ,
psychisme¤ 49 , 127 , 128 , 297 , 332 , 353 , 377 , 379 ,
VC3¤ 198 ,
591 ,
VC4¤ 198 ,
VC5¤ 251 ,
7,01 -¤ CARDIOLOGY- ANGIOLOGY/ CARDIOLOGIE-
VC9¤ 198 , ANGEIOLOGIE
VG4¤ 64 , 251 , 252 , 566 , 568 , 572 , *¤ 32 , 35 , 89 , 91 , 124 ,

3,01 -¤ chronobiology/ chronobiologie 7,07 -¤ peripheral circulation/ circulation périphérique


printemps¤ 389 , microcirculation¤ 233 ,
saison¤ 604 ,
8,01 -¤ DERMATOLOGY/ DERMATOLOGIE
3,02 -¤ pathogeny. causes of diseases/ pathogénie *¤ 199 , 406 , 426 , 495 ,
feu¤ 151 , 155 , 178 , peau¤ 199 ,
humidite¤ 830 ,
humidite-chaleur¤ 266 , 9,01 -¤ ENDOCRINOLOGY- NUTRITION/
sentiment¤ 523 , 594 , 598 , 817 , 819 , ENDOCRINOLOGIE- NUTRITION
stress¤ 592 , *¤ 64 , 315 , 566 ,

4,04 -¤ face and ear diagnosis/ examen auriculaire et 9,02 -¤ thyroid gland/ thyroïde
facial *¤ 213 , 268 ,
oreille¤ 82 , 86 , 88 , 187 , 241 , 268 , 283 ,
9,05 -¤ adrenal glands/ surrénales
4,05 -¤ point diagnosis/ examen des points somatiques *¤ 507 ,
*¤ 219 ,
9,08 -¤ obesity/ obésité
4,07 -¤ syndromes/ syndromes *¤ 596 ,
*¤ 53 , 54 , 119 , 141 , 150 , 168 , 237 , *¤ 308 , 348 ,
externe¤ 83 , 87 , 238 , 290 , 306 , 323 , 10,01 -¤ GASTROENTEROLOGY/ GASTRO-
ENTEROLOGIE
interne¤ 83 , 87 , 290 , 306 ,
*¤ 126 , 208 , 226 ,
qi¤ 220 ,
shao yin¤ 178 ,
10,05 -¤ stomach. duodenum/ estomac. duodénum
stase¤ 83 ,
*¤ 53 , 165 ,
tai yin¤ 48 , 67 , 68 , 300 ,
vide de qi¤ 345 , 10,10 -¤ liver/ foie
vide de rate¤ 542 , *¤ 46 , 168 , 490 ,
vide de yang des reins¤ 364 ,
vide de yin¤ 266 , 10,12 -¤ pancreas/ pancréas
vide de yin de rate¤ 864 , *¤ 737 ,

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11,02 -¤ vulva. vagina. uterus. adnexa/ vulve. vagin. dialyse¤ 435 ,


utérus.annexes
*¤ 137 , 303 , 22,02 -¤ kidney diseases. kidney failure/ néphropathies.
insuffisance rénale
11,08 -¤ sexology/ sexologie *¤ 435 ,
*¤ 812 ,
22,06 -¤ bladder/ vessie
12,02 -¤ anemia. cytopenia/ anémie. cytopénie *¤ 232 ,
*¤ 475 ,
22,07 -¤ urologic and male genital diseases/ appareil
13,01 -¤ INFECTIOUS DISEASES/ MALADIES génital masculin
INFECTIEUSES *¤ 282 ,
*¤ 145 , 314 , testicule¤ 282 ,

14,01 -¤ NEUROLOGY- PSYCHIATRY/ NEUROLOGIE- 23,11 -¤ pediatrics/ pédiatrie


PSYCHIATRIE *¤ 295 , 433 ,
*¤ 47 , 109 , 117 , 136 , 149 , 197 , 293 , 350 , malformation¤ 88 ,

14,02 -¤ headache/ céphalées 24,07 -¤ / animaux de laboratoire


*¤ 69 , rat¤ 604 , 607 ,

14,10 -¤ neuromuscular diseases. poliomyelitis/ 25,01 -¤ MECHANISM OF ACUPUNCTURE.


pathologie neuro-musculaire. poliomyélite ACUPUNCTURE AND CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM/
*¤ 214 , 493 , MECANISME D'ACTION DE L'ACUPUNCTURE.
ACUPUNCTURE ET SYSTEME NERVEUX CENTRAL
14,12 -¤ spasm and tic/ spasmes et tics systeme nerveux central¤ 47 , 117 ,
*¤ 488 ,
25,02 -¤ afferent pathways/ voies afférentes
14,14 -¤ psychiatry/ psychiatrie *¤ 218 ,
*¤ 49 , 149 , 185 , 205 , 353 , 591 , 598 ,
psychisme¤ 49 , 127 , 128 , 297 , 332 , 353 , 377 , 379 , 25,03 -¤ spinal cord/ moelle épinière
591 , *¤ 361 ,

15,01 -¤ OPHTHALMOLOGY/ OPHTALMOLOGIE 26,02 -¤ prescriptions/ prescriptions


*¤ 173 , 191 , *¤ 345 ,
bu zhong yi qi tang¤ 345 ,
16,02 -¤ ear. hearing loss. tinnitus/ oreille. surdité. da cheng qi tang¤ 306 ,
acouphènes
*¤ 82 , 86 , 213 , 268 , 283 , 348 , 362 , 409 , *¤ 427 , 27,01 -¤ methods/ méthodes
435 , 505 , essai ouvert (acupuncture)¤ 83 , 86 ,
étude théorique¤ 84 , 85 ,
16,04 -¤ nose. sinus/ nez. sinus experimentation animale¤ 82 , 83 , 604 , 607 ,
*¤ 216 , revue générale¤ 554 ,

17,01 -¤ PNEUMOLOGY/ PNEUMOLOGIE 27,02 -¤ / techniques d'exploration


*¤ 31 , 83 , 84 , 91 , 162 , 165 , 183 , 202 , 214 , 214 , potentiels évoqués¤ 435 ,

17,04 -¤ asthma/ asthme 27,03 -¤ biological l products/ produits biologiques


*¤ 311 , aldostérone¤ 82 ,
monoamine¤ 607 ,
18,01 -¤ RHEUMATOLOGY- ORTHOPEDICS/
Zn¤ 110 ,
RHUMATOLOGIE- ORTHOPEDIE
*¤ 214 ,
27,05 -¤ / personnages
li gao¤ 535 , 796 ,
18,06 -¤ bone/ os
qian yi¤ 420 ,
*¤ 342 , 356 , 780 ,
wang tai lin¤ 80 ,
18,11 -¤ spine/ rachis xu shu wei¤ 81 ,
*¤ 161 , yang shang shan¤ 355 ,
ye gui¤ 610 ,
18,19 -¤ foot/ pied zhang ji¤ 319 , 817 , 826 ,
*¤ 362 , zhang jie bin¤ 118 , 249 ,
zhang zhong jing¤ 319 , 817 , 826 ,
19,02 -¤ tongue/ langue zhao xian ke¤ 265 , 271 ,
*¤ 508 ,
27,06 -¤ geographical terms/ termes géographiques
22,01 -¤ UROLOGY- NEPHROLOGY/ URO-NEPHROLOGIE inde¤ 157 , 623 ,
*¤ 14 , 136 , 231 , *¤ 242 , 283 , 318 ,

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Index des sources 183 , 195 , 198 ,


memoire d'acupuncture,bordeaux 2¤ 184 ,
1 - divers à vérifier memoire d'acupuncture,cedat,marseille¤ 96 ,
international register of oriental medicine review¤ 279 , memoire diu acupuncture, bordeaux ii¤ 407 ,

2 - congrès 6 - revues d'acupuncture et MTC


1er seminaire de la saa,bordeaux¤ 47 , 48 , ackupunkture¤ 102 ,
2eme congres mondial d'acupuncture et moxibustion, paris¤ acta chinese medicine and pharmacology¤ 340 , 344 , 425 ,
329 , 552 , 582 , 662 , 733 , 793 ,
2eme congres national de medecine chinoise, paris¤ 880 , acta medica sinica¤ 220 , 241 , 242 , 307 , 322 , 345 , 346
881 , 882 , , 347 ,
2eme seminaire de la saa,bordeaux¤ 105 , acta universitatis traditionis medicalis sinensis
3eme seminaire des associations d'acupuncture du pharmacologiaeque shanghai¤ 671 , 704 , 719 ,
midi,nimes¤ 128 , acupuncture¤ 21 , 77 , 78 , 90 , 101 , 107 , 156 ,
8eme congres faformec, strasbourg¤ 843 , 844 , acupuncture & moxibustion¤ 727 , 728 ,
9eme congres faformec, lyon¤ 876 , 877 , acupuncture et moxibustion¤ 691 , 910 ,
actes du 16 eme congres d' acupuncture de l' afera¤ 746 , acupuncture research¤ 449 ,
actes du 5è seminaire saa, bordeaux¤ 177 , acupuncture research quarterly¤ 74 ,
conferences d'acupuncture,gera,toulon¤ 18 , acupuncture traditionnelle chinoise¤ 683 , 684 , 883 , 905 ,
congres national d'acupuncture,paris¤ 92 , 93 , 906 , 907 , 912 , 913 , 914 , 915 ,
in actes du iv congres de la federation des medecins adademie medicale d'acupuncture,paris¤ 22 ,
acupuncteurs, rouen¤ 560 , akupunktur¤ 51 , 85 , 112 , 133 , 494 , 495 ,
in actes du xiiieme congres d'acupuncture, afera, nimes¤ 537
american academy of medical acupuncture review¤ 380 ,
,
in compilation of the abstracts of acupuncture and moxibustion american journal of acupuncture¤ 520 ,
papers , beijing¤ 200 , american journal of chinese medicine¤ 10 , 113 , 199 , 371 ,
in compilation of the abstracts of acupuncture and moxibustion annales de la societe d'acupuncture d'aquitaine¤ 280 , 338 ,
papers, beijing¤ 201 , annales, xie journees de la faformec¤ 900 , 901 , 902 , 903 ,
in congres de vannes 1986,cercle sinologique de beijing journal of tcm¤ 603 ,
l'ouest,rennes¤ 196 , beijing journal of traditional chinese medicine¤ 186 , 187 ,
in xe congres mondial d'acupuncture,societe internationale 297 , 313 , 426 ,
d'acupuncture,las vegas¤ 197 , breath exercice (an exercice for health and longevity)¤ 236 ,
la revue des seminaires d'acupuncture de l'afera¤ 243 , british journal of acupuncture¤ 140 , 143 , 162 , 163 ,
selections from article abstracts on acupuncture and
bulletin de la societe d'acupuncture¤ 1 , 2 , 3 , 4 , 5 , 6 , 7
moxibustion, beijing¤ 218 , 219 ,
,
vi congres national de la faformec,clermont-ferrand¤ 686 ,
bulletin de l'association de recherche et d'etude des
wfas international symposium on the trend of research in
medecines de l'asie¤ 139 ,
acupuncture, roma¤ 377 ,
bulletin de l'association des medecins acupuncteurs de
bourgogne franche-comte¤ 121 , 152 , 158 ,
3 - divers à vérifier
cahiers de biotherapie¤ 14 , 17 ,
acupuncture traditionnelle chinoise¤ 891 , 892 ,
china association of chinese medicine¤ 853 ,
eastwest integration medicine¤ 893 ,
european journal of integrated eastern and western medicine¤ china journal of basic medicine in tcm¤ 614 , 615 , 616 , 617
879 , ,
china journal of tcm and pharmacy¤ 464 , 647 , 655 , 677 ,
4 - extraits de traités 693 , 694 , 703 , 714 , 715 , 718 , 738 , 759 , 761 , 762 ,
chinese medical terminology¤ 57 , 802 , 803 ,
in a complete english dictionary of medical terms in chinese china journal of traditional chinese medicine and pharmacy¤
acupuncture and herbalis¤ 76 , 413 , 445 , 482 , 519 , 525 , 526 , 527 , 543 , 581 , 621 ,
in barefoot doctor's manual¤ 19 , 674 ,
in chinese acupuncture and moxibustion, foreign languages chinese acupuncture and moxibustion¤ 486 , 491 , 791 , 869
press, *¤ 217 , , 909 ,
in conferences d'enseignement maisonneuve¤ 36 , chinese archives of tcm¤ 760 , 782 , 785 , 801 , 823 ,
in essentials of chinese acupuncture,foreign language chinese archives of traditional chinese medicine¤ 679 ,
press,beijing¤ 61 , chinese journal of basic medicine in tcm¤ 549 , 571 , 572 ,
in lu hc¤ 50 , 591 , 597 , 607 , 678 , chinese journal of basic medicine in
in medecine traditionnelle chinoise,marseille¤ 148 , tcm¤ 682 , 687 , 688 , 689 , 701 , 706 , 716 , 721 , 722 ,
in traite de medecine chinoise¤ 8 , 750 , 751 , 766 , 768 , 769 , 786 , 804 , 805 , 830 , 831 ,
recent advances in chinese herbal drugs,science
832 , 854 , 855 ,
press,beijing¤ 363 , 364 ,
chinese journal of basic medicine in traditional chinese
medicine¤ 613 , 628 , 633 , 648 , 658 , 661 , 669 , 670 ,
5 - mémoires
675 ,
memoire d'acupuncture afa,paris¤ 362 ,
chinese journal of information on tcm¤ 532 , 601 ,
memoire d'acupuncture, afa, paris¤ 300 , 326 , 328 , 339 , chinese journal of integrated traditional and western medicine¤
memoire d'acupuncture, bordeaux 2¤ 244 , 282 , 283 , 312 , 416 , 435 ,
memoire d'acupuncture, nimes¤ 254 , chinese journal of integrated traditional and western medicine
memoire d'acupuncture,afa,paris¤ 60 , 62 , 71 , 73 , 178 ,

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on digestion¤ 747 , , 780 , 812 , 836 ,


chinese journal of medical history¤ 255 , 456 , 646 , 651 , journal of beijing college of tcm¤ 258 , 259 ,
chinese journal of modern developments in traditional journal of beijing college of traditional chinese medicine¤ 267 ,
medecine¤ 65 , 87 , 294 , 311 , 389 , 396 , 397 , 398 ,
chinese journal of traditional medicine traumatology and
journal of beijing tcm college¤ 233 , 234 , 235 ,
orthopedics¤ 767 ,
journal of beijing university of tcm¤ 457 , 458 , 465 , 466 ,
chinese medicine and traditional culture¤ 579 , 583 ,
474 , 476 , 477 , 478 , 528 , 546 , 566 , 576 , 604 ,
chinesische medizin¤ 365 , chinesische medizin¤ 366 , 369 , journal of beijing university of traditional chinese medicine¤
370 , 374 , 375 , 911 , 484 , 485 , 649 , 734 ,
connaissance de l'acupuncture¤ 846 , 847 , 848 , 849 , 850 journal of chengdu university of tcm¤ 542 , 813 ,
, 851 , 852 , 884 , 895 , 896 , 897 , 898 , 899 , journal of chinese medicine¤ 75 , 103 , 327 , 372 , 636 ,
correspondence journal of tcm¤ 580 , 825 , 871 ,
deutsche zeitschrift fur akupunktur¤ 638 , 639 , 640 , 641 , journal of clinical acupuncture and moxibustion¤ 757 , 779 ,
642 , 643 , journal of fujian college of tcm¤ 534 , 550 , 551 , 598 ,
eastwest integration medicine¤ 885 , 886 , 890 , journal of fujian college of tcm¤ 724 , 743 ,
el pulso de la vida¤ 772 , journal of gansu college of tcm¤ 740 ,
enerqi¤ 521 , journal of guiyang college of tcm¤ 737 ,
etudes¤ 42 , 43 , journal of henan college of tcm¤ 575 ,
european journal of integrated eastern and western medicine¤
journal of henan university of chinese medicine¤ 773 , 774 ,
870 , 878 ,
814 , 815 , 816 , 837 , 861 ,
folia sinotherapeutica¤ 299 , 373 ,
journal of integrated eastern and western medicine¤ 889 ,
forum on tcm¤ 556 , 806 , 856 , 857 , 858 ,
journal of laoning college of tcm¤ 700 , 713 , 731 , 826 ,
forum on traditional chinese medicine¤ 650 , journal of laoning college of traditional chinese medicine¤ 672
fujian journal of tcm¤ 538 , 608 , , 673 ,
fujian journal of traditional chinese medicine¤ 221 , 390 , 402 journal of nanjing university tcm¤ 562 ,
, journal of new chinese medicine¤ 106 , 109 , 136 , 165 ,
gansu journal of tcm¤ 535 , 729 , 807 , 173 , 192 , 193 , 194 , 232 ,
gansu journal of traditional chinese medicine¤ 664 , journal of shaanxi college of tcm¤ 573 , 732 , 781 , 796 ,
guang ming journal of tcm¤ 787 , 808 , journal of shaanxi college of traditional chinese medicine¤ 620
guangzhou traditional chinese medicine college¤ 59 , , 657 , 663 ,
heilongjiang journal of tcm¤ 697 , 709 , 748 , journal of shandong college of tcm¤ 429 , 447 ,
heilongjiang journal of traditional chinese medicine¤ 622 , journal of shandong college of traditional chinese medicine¤
helongjiang journal of tcm¤ 833 , 115 , 125 , 147 , 167 , 182 , 231 , journal of shandong
henan journal of traditional chinese medicine and pharmacy¤ college of traditional chinese medicine¤ 308 , 309 , 310 ,
637 , 343 , 386 , 403 , 432 ,
henan journal of traditional chinese medicine and phrmacy¤ journal of shandong tcm college¤ 250 , 298 ,
618 , 619 , journal of shandong university of tcm¤ 488 , 522 , 523 , 547
henan tcm¤ 745 , 770 , 783 , 794 , 809 , 824 , 834 , , 548 , 567 , 568 , 593 , 635 ,
henan traditional chinese medicine¤ 287 , 288 , 296 , 304 , journal of shandong university of traditional chinese medicine¤
305 , 387 , 419 , 492 , 493 , 501 , 656 ,
history of chinese philosophy¤ 599 , journal of tcm¤ 475 , 480 , 481 , 518 , 524 , 536 , 592 ,
hubei journal of tcm¤ 553 , 554 , 555 , 605 , 784 , 817 , 821 , 862 ,
hubei journal of traditional chinese medicine¤ 238 , 239 , 240 journal of tcm and chinese materia medica of jilin¤ 444 , 459 ,
, 356 , 423 , 545 ,
hunan guiding journal of tcm¤ 775 , 789 , journal of the american college of traditional chinese
hunan guiding journal of tcmp¤ 690 , 696 , 707 , medicine¤ 94 , 95 , 99 , 119 , 120 , 122 , 153 , 154 ,
hunan guiding journal of tgmp¤ 676 , journal of tianjin college of tcm¤ 600 ,
in acupuncture for the practitioner,santa monica¤ 170 , journal of tianjin university of tcm¤ 799 , 800 ,
in basic acupuncture: a scientific interpretation and journal of traditional acupuncture¤ 97 , 98 , journal of
application,taipei¤ 20 , traditional acupuncture¤ 123 , 142 , 155 , 171 , 330 ,
information on tcm¤ 741 , 758 , 764 , 765 , 790 , journal of traditional chinese medicinal literature¤ 577 , 578 ,
international conference on tcm and pharmacology,shanghai¤ 654 , 749 , 763 , 818 ,
212 , 213 , 214 , 215 , 216 , journal of traditional chinese medicine¤ 82 , 83 , 86 , 108 ,
jiangsu journal of tcm¤ 256 , 257 , 462 , 511 , 589 , 645 , 110 , 166 , 222 , 289 , 306 , 320 , 348 , 393 , 399 , 420 ,
795 , 859 , 441 , 448 , 496 ,
jiangsu journal of traditional chinese medicine¤ 295 , 358 , journal of traditional chinese medicine and chinese materia
652 , 653 , 659 , medica¤ 394 , 395 ,
jiangxi journal of tcm¤ 702 , 717 , 753 , journal of traditional chinese medicine and chinese materia
jiangxi journal of traditional chinese medicine¤ 290 , 385 , medica of jilin¤ 735 ,
jilin journal of tcm¤ 835 , 860 , journal of yunnan college of tcm¤ 726 ,
jingxi journal of tcm¤ 810 , journal of zhejiang college of tcm¤ 479 , 509 , 513 , 515 ,
journal de medecine traditionelle chinoise¤ 845 , 529 , 557 , 558 , 561 , 569 , 570 , 594 , 863 , 864 ,
journal of zhejiang college of traditional chinese medicine¤
journal of acupuncture and tuina science¤ 811 ,
314 , 323 , 361 , 412 , 417 , 502 , journal of zhejiang
journal of anhui traditional chinese medical college¤ 590 , 634
college of traditional chinese medicine¤ 612 , 626 , 627 ,

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631 , 632 , 872 , 873 , 875 ,


journal of zhejiang tcm college¤ 224 , shaanxi journal of tcm¤ 188 , 189 , 190 , 225 , 226 , 227 ,
journal of zhejiang traditional chinese medical college¤ 265 , 228 , 680 , 698 , 711 , 797 , 865 ,
271 , shaanxi journal of traditional chinese medicine¤ 129 , 130 ,
journal of zhejiang traditional chinese medicine college¤ 127 , 131 , 135 , 137 , 439 ,
160 , shaanxi traditional chinese medicine¤ 273 , 293 , 324 , 325 ,
knowledge of ancient medical literature¤ 342 , 595 , 666 , 351 , 352 , 357 , 359 , 360 , 388 , 391 , 392 , 411 ,
667 , 681 , 827 , shandong journal of tcm¤ 544 , 574 , shandong journal of
la gazette¤ 541 , tcm¤ 744 ,
lantern¤ 894 , shandong journal of traditional chinese medicine¤ 223 , 274 ,
liaoning journal of tcm¤ 229 , 230 , 723 , 739 , 754 , 776 , 275 , 624 , 629 ,
838 , 839 , shanghai journal of tcm¤ 530 , 596 , 695 , 752 , 841 , 842 ,
liaoning journal of traditional chinese medicine¤ 146 , 191 , shanghai journal of traditional chinese medicine¤ 80 , 81 ,
266 , 272 , 291 , 315 , 317 , 321 , 409 , 418 , 433 , 434 , 161 , 268 , 318 , 319 , 349 , 355 , 401 , 410 , 414 , 421 ,
442 , 450 , 451 , 452 , 499 , 438 , 468 , 609 , 610 , 665 , 668 ,
medecine chinoise et medecines orientales¤ 431 , shanxi journal of tcm¤ 286 , 460 , 461 , 777 , 778 , 866 ,
medical acupuncture¤ 705 , 720 , 868 , shanxi journal of traditional chinese medicine¤ 276 , 277 ,
medicina energetica¤ 584 , 708 , 278 , 424 , 428 , 436 , 437 , 625 , 630 ,
medicina holistica¤ 623 , the american journal of chinese medicine¤ 904 ,
medicina holistica, revista de medicinas complementarias¤ the practical journal of integrating chinese with modern
381 , medicine¤ 427 ,
medicina tradicional¤ 489 , tianjin journal of tcm¤ 455 , 559 , 692 , tianjin journal of tcm¤
medicina tradicional china¤ 179 , 210 , 245 , 246 , 281 , 710 , 822 ,
302 , 303 , 332 , 333 , 334 , 335 , 336 , 337 , 367 , 382 , tianjin journal of traditional chinese medicine¤ 269 , 400 , 660
383 , 384 , 404 , 405 , ,
mensuel du medecin acupuncteur¤ 15 , 24 , 25 , 26 , 27 , tradition medicale chinoise¤ 64 ,
28 , 29 , 30 , 31 , 44 , 45 , 52 , 53 , 54 , 67 , 68 , traditional chinese medical research¤ 820 ,
meridiens¤ 9 , 11 , 16 , 35 , 70 , 100 , 104 , 111 , 141 , traditional chinese medicinal research¤ 341 , 440 , 467 , 497
169 , 172 , meridiens¤ 174 , 500 , , 517 , 563 , 742 ,
modern journal of integrated traditional chinese and western world journal of acupuncture moxibustion¤ 888 ,
medicine ¤ 699 , 712 , 792 , 819 , world journal of acupuncture-moxibution¤ 874 ,
natura medicatrix¤ 408 , xinjiang journal of tcm¤ 725 , 756 ,
new journal of tcm¤ 533 , zhejiang journal of tcm¤ 512 , 514 , 730 , 788 , 867 ,
new journal of traditional chinese medicine¤ 292 , 316 , 353 , zhejiang journal of traditional chinese medicine¤ 118 , 132 ,
354 , 422 , 531 , 134 , 144 , 237 , 270 ,
orientamenti mtc¤ 164 ,
pacific journal of oriental medicine¤ 168 , 516 , 565 , 7 - revues extérieures
perspectives yin yang¤ 37 , 38 , 39 , 40 , 91 , 180 , 181 , chinese science¤ 368 ,
practical journal of integrating chinese with modern medicine¤ cours d'acupuncture, cedat¤ 63 ,
350 , explore (ny)¤ 887 ,
quaderni di agopuntura tradizionale¤ 49 , 58 , 72 , 89 , 211 j gastroenterol hepatol¤ 490 ,
, journal of beijing college of tcm¤ 260 , 261 , 262 , 263 ,
research of tcm¤ 611 , journal of shandong college of tcm¤ 264 ,
revista italiana di agopuntura¤ 406 , revista odonto stomatol¤ 66 ,
revista paulista de acupuntura¤ 453 , 454 , 470 , 487 , 504
, 505 , 507 , 508 , 8 - thèses
revue belge d'acupuncture¤ 159 , these medecine,besancon¤ 46 ,
revue d'acupuncture veterinaire¤ 117 , these medecine,bordeaux 2¤ 55 ,
revue de la societe d'enseignement et de recherches
documentaires en acupuncture¤ 13 , 9 - tirés- à- part ou manscrits non publiés
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