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Table of Contents | June, 2008  Vol. 17  No.1 Previous Issue | Next Issue | Archive
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Historical Articles
1 The Contradictive Tendencies in Medical Treatment of the Hellenistic Age: Diversity versus Simplification, Chronic Extension(Physical Therapy) versus Rapidity, Humane Medicine versus Worldly Success
Jayoung Che
Korean J Med Hist. 2008;17(1):1-22.
      
23 The Review and all the Problem to Solve on the Naeuiwonjabon: A preceding study on the Dongeuibogam
Jeong Yong Ha
Korean J Med Hist. 2008;17(1):23-36.
      
37 Establishment and Activity of PoKuNyoKwan
Bang Weon Lee
Korean J Med Hist. 2008;17(1):37-55.
      
57 The Establishment of SUMC(Severance Union Medical College) Psychiatry Department and the Formation of Humanistic Tradition
In sok Yeo
Korean J Med Hist. 2008;17(1):57-74.
      
75 Japan's Oriental Medicine Policy in Colonial Korea
Yunjae Park
Korean J Med Hist. 2008;17(1):75-86.
      
87 Life and Activities of Chu Hyun Chik
Jeong Wan Hong, Hyoung Woo Park
Korean J Med Hist. 2008;17(1):87-98.
      
99 Historical Perspectives of the Treatment of Thyroid Disease
Jihyun Ahn
Korean J Med Hist. 2008;17(1):99-110.
      
Note
111 Introduction Processes of Occidental Medicine in Jeonbuk
Kyu Sik Lee
Korean J Med Hist. 2008;17(1):111-119.
      
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