Typhoid fever

The Demarcation and Context of Illness Interpretation in Chinese Medicine and Western Medicine in the Early Period of Republic of China: Taking Typhoid Fever as an Example

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Pi Guo-Li
Ph. D. Candidate, Department of History, National Taiwan Normal University

The exchange of traditional Chinese medicine and Western medicine in modern times has produced many interesting issues in the history of medicine. This study examined the demarcation and context of illness interpretation in Chinese Medicine and Western medicine by reviewing the translation process of the name and meaning of an illness before and after it was translated.

Taiwanese Journal for Studies of Science, Technology and Medicine, Number 11 (October 2010), 25-88
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