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Synopsis of Prescriptions of The Golden Chamber

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"One of the great classics of traditional Chinese medicine, Synopsis of Prescriptions of the Golden Chamber (Jinkui Yaolue Fanglun), was written 1700 years ago by Zhang Zhongjing, a great scholar of the Eastern Han Dynasty. It is the earliest extant treatise on miscellaneous diseases.

The original Treatise on Febrile Diseases Caused by Cold and Miscellaneous Diseases consists of sixteen fascicles, the first ten of which was compiled by Wang Shuhe, Commissioner of the Imperial Academy of Medicine during the Jin Dynasty (265-420) into Treatise on Febrile Deseases Caused by Cold (Shanghan Lun). (An English edition was published by New World Press, Beijing.) The remaining six fascicles were edited by Lin Yi and other members of the Institute of Medical Literature Revision during the Song Dynasty (960-1279) and compiled into the present Synopsis of Presciptions of the Golden Chamber.

The Synopsis consists of twenty-two chapters. Chapter One is devoted to etiology, while Chapter Two to Twenty-two are specific studies of such syndrome complexes as malaria, apoplexy, arthritis, pulmonary asthenia and abscess, heart disease, edema, diabetes jaundice, nausea and vomiting, diarrhea, acute abdominal diseases, and gynecological diseases.

In addition to the complete translation of the original text, the book also includes a collectional annotations, notes and explanations with appendices of pulses, prescriptions and an index of TCM terms."

Zhang Zhongjing

New World Press

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