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Korean Journal of Medical History 1995;4(2): 179-185.
우리나라에 처음으로 소개된 서의설
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Western medical theory introduced first to Korea
Y T Lee
ABSTRACT
Western Medical Theory, subject of this thesis, was derived from physiological theory of western medical science which was inserted in the translation of Jesuit doctrine by Adam Schall, German, who had arrived in 1622 at Peiking, China, as Jesuit missionary. This was reproduced by Lee Ik (1682-1763) in his book titled "Sungho Saisul". Through the contents of this medical theory, therefore, one is able to test to what extend the physiological knowledge of western medical science was in 1622, that is the beginning of 17th century, and, moreover, one can tell what effect the introduction of this medical theory had upon practical use of medical art in our country. Historical investigation of the contents of this medical theory concludes as follows:
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