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KMID : 0352319870100000375
Journal of KyungHee Oriental Medicine College
1987 Volume.10 No. 0 p.375 ~ p.414
A Study of the diagnostic theory of the pulse which compared Nai-Gyung(內經) and each physician of future generation
Kim Tai-Hee

Hong Won-Sik
Abstract
I could summerize the diagnostic theory of the pulse which compared Nai-Gyung((7g;l) and each physician of future generation as follow.
1. In Nai-Gyung (Ng), the sources of the pulse are the pulse that set by the four seasons (RIM) and vital force of the stomach (W A). In Lan-Gyung( g ), the pulse which beat between kidney (I, N%) is the essencial ele ments in the pulse, Choi-Ga-Eon (Wj ) said that spirit (Ni) is the source of the pulse.
2. The pulse that set by the four seasons (Hc) identify Nai-Gyung (Ng) theory with theory of each physician of future generation.
3. It is said that the vital force of the stomach is the sources of the pulse and it center around acquired energy (*2,,) and in Nai-Gyung ({egg), weak and slippery pulse figure is Sang (a) and many and or few of the vital force of the stomach is Byeon (+) and the pulse that the vital force of the stomach is abscent is Jin-Jang-Maeg (X.*), Jang-Gi (3) said that the pressure portion of the pulse was Bu-Yang-Maeg (ff f per) and slow and loose pulse figure was sang (*), Ju-Goeng (*lit) said that the pressure portion of the pulse was Chung-Yong-Maeg (11 tr4i7c). Hwal-Sa (40) said that the pressure portion of the pulse was Jung-hu (rp1) of the Bu-Jong-Chim sam-hu ( 4 ft= 4) in Tsum-Goo-Maeg (t DI* ) and peaceful and loose pulse f i g u r e was sang CM). Jang-Gae-Bin ( - ) said that the pressure portion of the pulse was Tsun-Goo-Maeg (I´ El M) and the trans formational extent of the peaceful and loose pulse figure decided the sang-byeon (*It) of vital force of the stomach.
4. In Lan-Gyung Mg), the pulse which beat between kidney (´fr~9Jj ) is the source of pulse, Ju-Goeng (* t) said that it was Myeong-Mun-Maeg (i M 4) and the pressure portion of the pulse was Tai-Gyeo U-Dan (#) said that the pulse beat between kidney rEfiIZ.) was Gi-Hae-Dan-Jeon (3-)
5. From Song Dynasty (4t), Choi-Ga-Eon (t Alf) was the earliest presentation about the spirit of the pulse, Lee-go (-4) insisted that if pulse was not event that pulse was sick, if pulse is powerful, it exist spirit. Lee-Jung Jae (ft) insisted that spirit said by Lee-go is the vital force of the stomach, and pulse is an alias of spirit, it is in control of spirit in Ki (A) and Hyul (1fa).
6. To the method of the subdivision of the pulse, in Nai-Gyung, it divided cheok (g), Bu-sang ((if f ), and Sang-Bu-Sang (iff fl, in Lan-gyung, from Bar (T1) to the transverse lint on thee wrist joint are one tson and locus of Tson (t´) is nine tenths from the Bar, and from the Bar to chize (L5) are one choek ()Z) and locus of cheok is one tenths from the Bar.
7. To the method of relationship between five viscera and three section of the pulse, in Nai-Gyung, it is that both sides of inner cheok denote rib outer cheok denote kidney and inferior cheok abdomen, left outr bar denote liver and inner bar denote gyeog (A ), right outer bar denote stomach and innr denote nose, right outer tson denote lung and inner denote inside the breast, left outer Tson denote heart and inner denote inside th chest In Lan-Gung, Right cheok denote gate of life (n M) according to left kidnye and right gate of life. In Naeggyeong (iAJV- ), right cheok denotes triple heafer (=)) and Ja-ho ). In according to Dae=gye Jong (´c T) Seo-chun-bo (tWA´ ). Lee-Jung-Jae (441 4). Jang-Nam (*4), they insisted that bilateral cheok ().) denoted kidney. In according to Seo-chun-Bo (´,, .M), Lee-
Jung-Jae ( Jang-Nam (), they imsisted that tson (I-) denote upper
burneer ( ), Bar ( j) denote middle heater (r IA) and cheok denote lower burner (1 ). According to the method of presentation in Lan-Gyeong, Tson-Goo-Maeg (~- p f1 dividd Boo-Joong-Chim (P :ta t), Boo denotes heart and lung (t;~ii i ), Joong denote spleen (j.), chim denote kiduy and liver (´ff P) and it is same method as each physician´s theory of future generation.
8,. To the method of relationship between six bowel and three section of the pulse, in Nai-Gyung, attachment of six bowel is not clear, in according to Lan-Gywng, Wangsuk-hwa (fl) choi-Ga-Eon, Lee-Go (?:- ), Hwal-su (4X), Lee-Cheon ( ), Chang-nam, they insisted that attachment of six bowel was the same position that denoted relationed attachment of viscera, because bowel and viscera were related to inside and out side (p ). According as attachment of six bowel is the same position that denote relationed position of six bowel, large intestine and small intestine are organ of abdomen, it denote cheok. But seo-chun-bo (´{), O-Kyeom (), Seo-dai-chun (*)C) insisted that left cheok, denoted large intestine, right cheok denoted small intestine. And Chang-Kae-bin ( ). Yu-chang (It 8) insisted that left cheok denoted small intestine, ught cheok denoted large intestine. According to Chang-sam seok (MEW only he divided attachment of viscera and bowel by the method of Boo Joong chim. (gy. ). But according to Jeong-yag-y ng (TX*, ) he can´t be depended up-on attachment of viscera and bowel, he only know fullness (I) and emptiness 11) of life-energy by fullness and emptiness of the pulce.
9. According to a pressure position of the pulse, In-Yeong (A a) pulse and Gi-gu (%r1) pulse are devided with two theory. The first, according to Nai-Gyung, Seochun-bo Lee-Jung-Jae, Chaug-Gae-Bin, Chang- Nam, they insisted that In-Yeong pulse is located to bilateral common carotid artery and Gi-Gu pulse is located to Tson-Goo pulse. The second, it divided with left and right through Tson-Goo pulse. According to Son-sa-mak, Lee-go, Lee-cheon, Chang-sam-seok, they insisted that In-Yeong pulse is located to right and Gi-Gu pulse is located to left Particularly Chu-Koeng, Chaldeok-gi, O-Kyeom insisted that In-Yeong pulse is locafed to left bar and Gi-Gu pulse is lecated to right bar.
According to the above results, the study on th diagnostic theory of th pulse compared Nai-Gyung and each physician of future generation are different aspects one an-other, but they are a same aspects from the standpoint of oriental medicine, and that we have little difficulty in deciding an established theory among the others but we must investigate the study by means of a method of measurement device from the standpoint of oriental medicine.
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