The 118th Annual Congress of the Japan Society of Medical History
in Kyoto on June 10 to 11, 2017

ChairpersonTokimasa TAKEDA
Chairperson of the Executive CommitteeMichiko HAYAMA
Executive Committee MembersYoshio IKAI, Minoru TANAKA, Jin NAGANO, Takanori MATSUOKA, Yongxuan LIANG, Seiya YAGI, Iori TADA, Taketomo MIKI, Naoko SHIMAYAMA
AdvisersHisamitsu NAKAHASHI, Yasumasa OKUZAWA
Sponsorship
  • Kyoto Society of Medical History
  • Ido Kensho-kai(Medical Honoring Society)
  • Kyoto Medical Association
  • Kyoto Nursing Association
  • Chinese Medicine Confucius Institute at Hyogo College of Medicine
  • Institute for Research in Humanities, Kyoto University
Congress Secretariat Congress Secretariat of the 118th Annual Congress of JSMH;
Department of Chinease Science, Institute for Research in Humanities, Kyoto University, Yoshida-honmachi, Sakyo-ku, Kyoto 606-8501 JAPAN
TEL +81-75-753-6987, FAX +81-75-753-6903
HP: http://www.zinbun.kyoto-u.ac.jp/~takeda/jsmh/main.html
Congress Period10-11 June 2017
Congress Venue Kyoto University Shiran-Kaikan
Koyto University Medicine Campus, Yoshida-Konoe-cho, Sakyo-ku, Kyoto 606-8501, JAPAN
Tel: +81-75-753-9336 Fax.+81-75-753-9457
Registration Fee Member or Non-Member JPY 8,000
Student JPY 4,000
Congress Dinner JPY 7,000
Commemorative Photograph Fee JPY1,000
Academic CongressSaturday, June 10 to Sunday, June 11, 2017
General Assembly MeetingStarting at 12:35 p.m. on Saturday, June 10, 2017
Congress Dinner Staring at 19:00 p.m. on Saturday, june 10. The venue is Kyoto University Shiran-Kaikan
Lectures Open to the PublicScheduled to be held in on Saturday afternoon
Abstract Submission PeriodFrom Monday, October 3, 2016 to Monday, January 16, 2017
Main ThemeThe History of Medicine to the Future: Toward the Creation of Medical Tradition
Optional TourReading seminar of old medical books collected in Kyoto University on Monday, June 12, 2017
Related Events Lectures Open to the Public named Golden Age Academy on June 2,9,16,23,30 by our stuff (Admission Free), Main Theme: “History of Japan Medicine, Tradition of medical Arts”, The Host Organization: Kyoto ASNY (Kyoto City General Center for Lifelong Learning), Institute for Research in Humanities, Kyoto University

The 117th Annual Congress of the Japan Society of Medical History
in Hiroshima on May 21st to 22nd, 2016

Honorary ChairpersonYasuo Harada
ChairpersonMasakazu Yamasaki
Chairperson of the Executive CommitteeSatoru Yoshimoto
Executive Committee
Members
Yutaka Hara, Yasuki Kihara, Shuzo Toyota, Masahiko Kuwabara, Masamitsu Nakajima, Shoji Suzuki, Takanori Matsuoka, Tsutomu Tetsumura, Hideo Katsutani, Yoko Kikuichi, Atsushi Kihara, Yoshiko Hashimoto, Makoto Kimura
Advisers Keiichi Hiramatsu, Makoto Matsumura, Hitoshi Ito, Yutaka Hara, Takahiro Tsuchiya, Teruko Sainohara
Sponsorship
  • The Association of East-Asian Medicine
  • “Yoshimasu To-do Kenshoukai”
    which means honoring society of Dr. to-do Yoshimasu, one of Japan’s most eminent doctors
  • “Fujikawa Yu Kensho-kai”
    which means honoring society of Dr. Yu Fujikawa who wrote “History of Japanese Medicine” and receive the Imperial Prize for this great work
  • Hiroshima Prefectural Medical Association
  • Hiroshima city Medical Association
  • Asa Medical Association
  • Kure city Medical Association
  • Fukuyama city Medical Association
  • Hiroshima Nursing Association
  • Hiroshima Prefecture Dental Association
  • Hiroshima Pharmaceutical Association
Congress Secretariat Congress Secretariat,
c/o Med Inc.,
1075-3 Matsushima, Kurashiki-shi, Okayama Pref. 701-0114, Japan
Congress PeriodTwo days from Saturday, May 21st to Sunday, 22nd, 2016
Congress VenueAssembly Hall at the Hiroshima Prefectural Medical Association
Registration Fee Member or Non-Member JPY 8,000
Student JPY 4,000
Congress Dinner JPY 7,000
Commemorative Photograph Fee JPY1,000
Academic CongressSaturday, May 21st to Sunday, 22nd
General Assembly MeetingStarting at 12:35 p.m. on Saturday, May 21st
Congress Dinner Staring at 19:00 p.m. on Saturday, May 21st. The venue is tentatively schedule at Hotel Granvia Hiroshima.
Lectures Open to the Public
  1. “Wooden Human Body Frame by Dr. Hoshino”
    Presentation by Dr. Katsuko Kataoka
  2. “History of the Radiation Effects Research Foundation”
    Presentation by Dr. Kazunori Kodama
Presidential Address “About Drs. To-do Yoshimasu and Kakudai Taki”
Presentation by Dr. Masakazu Yamasaki
Abstract Submission PeriodFrom Thursday, October 22nd to Noon of Thursday, December 17th
Please note that the General Meeting of Board Members will be scheduled at 17:00 on Friday, May 20th, and followed by dinner for the board members.

The 116th Annual Congress of the Japan Society of Medical History
Osaka 25-26 April 2015

Honorary Chairperson Sachio Tanaka
Chairperson Hirishi Kosoto
Chairperson of the Executive Committee Kenji Hiramatsu
Executive Committee Members Yoshio Ikai, Hitoshi Nagano, Yosuke Amano, Satoko Kahata, Ippei Suho, Kazuhiro Tomobe,
Takayuki Nozawa, Guo Xiumei, Nobuko Shimizu, Akihiko Nishimaki, Kouya Miyakawa,Senjuro Machi,
Keiko Katsui, Hiromichi Hotta, Takayuki Hoshino, Koji Watanabe
Sponsorship The Kyo-u Library of the Takeda Science Foundation,
The Association of East-Asian Medicine,
Doshomachi Pharmaceutical and Historical Museum,
The Osaka University Tekijuku, Commemoration Center
Administrative Office Medical History Research Department of Kitasato University Oriental Medicine Research Center,
5-9-1 Shirokane, Minato-ku, Tokyo 108-8642 Japan TEL +81 3-5791-6353 FAX +81 3-5791-6173
E-mail ishi2015@insti.kitasato-u.ac.jp
Date Saturday, April 25 - Sunday, 26 April, 2015
Venue Nihon Mengyo Culb at Osaka The Kyo-u Library of the Takeda Science Foundation
Registration Fee 8,000 JPY
Fee for Reception 7,000 JPY
Memorial Photo 1,000 JPY
Board of Directors Meeting Friday, April 24 (5:00 p.m.) in The Kyo-u Library
General Assembly Saturday, April 25
Academic Congress Saturday, April 25 - Sunday, 26 April
Reception Nakanoshima Club (Osaka City Central Public Hall) Saturday, April 25 (7:00 p.m. )
Deadline for submissions Sunday, November 30, 2014

The 115th Annual Congress of the Japan Society of Medical History
Fukuoka May 31 - June 1, 2013

Chairperson: Wolfgang Michel
Vice Chairpersons: Akira Kobayashi, Hiroshi Hara
Chairperson of the Executive Committee: Hiroshi Hara
Executive Committee Members: Sentaro Kimura, Toshiaki Kumabe, Shigeharu Nakayama, Yoshiyuki Niho, Masami Maruyama, Hiroshi Sato, Koichi Shibata, Nobuaki Takahashi, Hidehisa Tomita, Hiroshi Yagi
Date: Saturday, May 31 - Sunday, June 1, 2013
Venue : Kyushu National Museum 4-7-2 Ishizaka, Dazaifu City, Fukuoka-City, Japan 818-0118
TEL: +81 992-918-2807
General Assembly: Saturday, May 31
Academic Congress: Saturday, May 31 - Sunday, June 1
Presidential Address: Saturday, May 31, 9:50-10:20:
Wolfgang Michel: Medicine in Early Modern Japan and Intercultural Exchange (in Japanese)
Keynote Addresses: Saturday, May 31, 10:30-11:20:
Hôsei Hahakigi: The Chagrin of Japanese Medical Officer in Worl War II (in Japanese)
Sunday, June 1, 11:40-12:30:
Motofumi Yoshida: Current and Future Issues in Medical Education in Japan: The Relationship between the History of Medicine and Medical Education. (in Japanese)
Public Lecture: Sunday, June 1, 15:15-16:45:
Hidehisa Tomita and Sentarô Kimura: Japanese Preventive Inauculation Started in Akizuki-han in Fukuoka. (in Japanese)
Administrative Office: Congress-Office Japanese Society for Medical History
c/o Haradoi Hospital, Regional Cooperation Section (attn. Toru Takeuchi)
6-40-8 Aoba, Higashi-ku, Fukuoka-City, 813-0025 Japan
TEL +81 92-691-63386
FAX +81 92-691-3961
E-mail: info(at)haradoi-hospital.com
cc:         wolfgang.michel.japan(at)gmail.com

The 114th Annual Congress of the Japan Society of Medical History
Tokyo 11-12 May 2013

Chairperson: Akihiko Nishimaki
Chairperson of the Executive Committee: Yosuke Amano
Chairperson of the Local Arrangements
Committee:
Yukie Otsu
Executive Committee Members: Kazuhiro Tomobe, Takayuki Nozawa, Hiromichi Hotta, Satoko Kahata, Keiko Katsui Sasaki, Tomoaki Matsuyama
Sponsorship: The Japanese Society for the History of Pharmacy,
Japan Society of Nursing History,
Japanese Society of Veterinary History
Administrative Office: Medical History Research Department of Kitasato University Oriental Medicine Research Center,
5-9-1 Shirokane, Minato-ku, Tokyo
Japan 108-8642
TEL +81 3-5791-6353
FAX +81 3-5791-6173
E-mail: ishi2013@insti.kitasato-u.ac.jp
Date: Saturday, May 11 - Sunday, May 12, 2013
Venue : Nippon Dental University School of Life Dentistry at Tokyo
1-9-20 Fujimi, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 102-8159
Meeting Rooms:
* University Building, Kudan Hall
* University Building, Classroom 3F
Fees: Registration Fee: 8,000 JPY
Reception:            7,000 JPY
Memorial Photo:  1,000 JPY
Board of Directors Meeting: Friday, May 10 (5:00 p.m.) in Juntendo University
General Assembly: Saturday, May 11
Academic Congress: Saturday, May 11, - Sunday, May 12
Presidential Address: Saturday, May 11
Keynote Address: Saturday, May 11

The 113th Annual Congress of the Japan Society of Medical History
Tochigi 16-17 June 2012

Chairperson: Akira Terano (Chairperson of the Board of Directors in Dokkyo Institution)
Chairperson of the Executive Committee: Noriyuki Inaba (Chiarman of Dokkyo Medical University )
Executive Committee Members: Kenichiro Yoshida, Toshimitsu Kitajima, Nobuhide Masawa, Takeshi Fukuda, Kim Phyo, Teruhito Furuichi, Kenjiro Matsuno, Hiroshi Nohara, Makoto Chikuda, Takaaki Nakamoto, Sumie Suzuki, Koichi Hirata, Sizue Sayama, Hideo Nakada, Shinichi Uetake, Masato Nakagawa, Masato Nakano, Masashi Nishikiori, and Toshio Asai
Sponsorship: Tochigi Prefecture, Tochigi Prefecture Board of Education, Mibu Town, Mibu Town Board of Education, Tochigi Medical Association, Simotsuga Medical Association, Mibu Town Medical Association, Tochigi Prefecture Dental Association, Tochigi Prefecture Pharmacist Association, Tochigi Hospital Pharmacist Association, and Tochigi Nursing Association
Office: 880 Kitakobayashi, Mibu, Simotsuga, Tochigi 321-0293 Japan
Seki Memorial Association and Dokkyo Medical Club
TEL +81 282-86-3030
FAX +81 282-86-3065
2012ishi@dokkyomed.ac.jp
Date: Saturday, June 16 - Sunday, June 17, 2012
Venue : Dokkyo Medical University (Mibu, Shimotsuga, Tochigi, Japan)
Registration Fee: 8,000 JPY
Board of Directors Meeting: Friday, June 15 (5:00 p.m.)
Board Reception: Friday, June 15 (7:00 p.m.-8:30 p.m.)
Tobu-Hotel Grande (Fee: 8,000 JPY)
General Assembly: Saturday, June 16
Academic Congress: Saturday, June 16, - Sunday, June 17
Presidential Address: Saturday, June 16
Keynote Address: Saturday, June 16
Luncheon Seminar: Saturday, June 16
Reception: Saturday, June 16 (7:00 p.m. - 8:30 p.m.)
Utsunomiya-Grand Hotel (Fee: 7,000 JPY)
Extension lecture: Sunday, June 17
Excursion: Sunday, June 17 - Monday, June 18
Deadline for presentation submissions: Thursday, December 22, 2011

The 112th Annual Congress of the Japan Society of Medical History
Tokyo?A 11-12 June 2011

Honorary Chairperson:KOMINAMI Eiki (President of Juntendo University)
Honorary Chairperson:KOMINAMI Eiki (President of Juntendo University)
Chairperson:SAKAI Tatsuo
Chairperson of the Executive Committee:TSUKISAWA Miyoko
Executive Committee Members:MARUI Eiji, WATANABE Mikio, OISHI Sugino, NISHIMAKI Akihiko, OGAWA Keiko, HINO Keiko, SAWAI Tadashi, TANAKA Seiji
Sponsorship: Juntendo University; Tokyo Medical Association; Tokyo Dental Association
Secretariat: The Secretariat of the 112th Annual Congress of the Japanese Society for Medical History
Departement of Medical History, Juntendo University, School of Medicine
2-1-1 Hongo, Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo, Japan 113-8421
Term: 11(Sa) -12 (Sun) June 2011
Place: Hongo Campus, Juntendo University (2-1-1 Hongo, Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo, Japan 113-8421)
Conference Fee: 8,000 JPY

The 111th Annual Congress of the Japan Society of Medical History and
The 2nd Joint Symposium of Japan, China and Korea Societies for the History of Medicine

Honorary ChairpersonProf. Yukio Ikeda
ChairpersonProf. Makoto Mayanagi
Chairperson of the Executive committeeProf. Toshiyuki Takizawa
Executive Committee MemberFumihiko Nanakida, Koichi Izawa, Emi Takamura, Katsura Tanaka, Teruyuki Kubo, Chiharu Suzuki and Daisuke Noguchi
Co-operatorChina Medical Association (History of Medicine Branch), Korea Society for the History of Medicine
SponsorshipIbaraki University, Ibaraki Prefectural Board of Education, Ibaraki Medical Association, Ibaraki Dental Association, Ibaraki Pharmaceutical Association
Secretariat The Secretariat of the 111th Annual Congress of the Japan Society of Medical History
Prof. Toshiyuki Takizawa, the College of Education, Ibaraki University. 2-1-1 Bunkyo Mito Ibaraki 310-8512 Japan
TEL/FAX. +81-29-228-8323, E-mail: tt-takizawa@hotmail.co.jp
Term 11-13 (Fri-Sun) June 2010
PlaceMito Campus, Ibaraki University (2-1-1 Bunkyo Mito Ibaraki 310-8512 Japan) >>
Conference Fee8,000 JPY

110th Annual Congress in Saga

Date6-7 June 2009
Location Avance
840-0815 3-2-11 Tenjin, Saga-City
Contact
Local Organization Committee
Prof. Toshiyuki AOKI
Saga University, The Center for Regional Culture and History
1 Honjo-machi, Saga-City, 840-8502, JAPAN
JSMH-Office: Juntendo University, Medical Faculty, Department of Medical History
TEL 03-5802-1052
FAX 03-3813-1592
Saga City

International Historical Conference:
Anniversary of 150 Years Modern Western-style Medical Education in Japan
JSMH AUTUMN MEETING 2007

Date
9-11 November 2007 (Friday to Sunday)
Location
Nagasaki University, Faculty of Medicine, Sakamoto Campus

9 November 2007

Section 1: Contribution of the Netherlands to Modern Medicine and Pharmacy in Japan

8:45-9:00
Welcome adress
9:00 - am 12:00
  1. Frontier Crossing and Intellectual Curiosity-On the Road towards the Modernization of Medicine.        Wolfgang MICHEL (Kyushu University)
  2. Infectious Diseaes and Preventive Medicine.        Andreas METTENLEITER (Wuerzburg University)
  3. Dutch physicians in the Wake of Pompe van Meerdervoort.        Harmen BEUKERS (Leiden University)
  4. The role of Dutch pharmacists, in particular A.J.C. Geerts, in the introduction of modern Pharmacy in Japan.        Annette I. BIERMAN (President of the society of history of pharmacy in the Netherlands and Belgium)

 

 Section 2: General Papers

13:00A?|14:20
Oral Presentations
  1. Who interpolated sentence on the 'pancreas' at the Aristotle's Historia Animalium?        Ryoichi TSUCHIYA
  2. [to be anounced soon]        Ryuji HIRAOKA
  3. The Relationship between Kagahan Doctor Godô Takuji and Dutch Doctor Pieter J.A. Sluys.        Toshikatsu KANAYA
  4. A Study of the Children born with a Caul as Seen in the Ancient Japanese Tales.        Hanna UCHINO
  5. 14:30-15:50
  6. Hirano Jusei, the Author of "Byôka suchi"(1832) and His Idea of Natural Healing Power.        Machiko HIRAO and Keiko DAIDOJI
  7. Pompe's works related to Science on Earth and Emvironment: Rocks and Minerals, Weather, Bathing at Beach and Drinking Milk        Togo TSUKAHARA, Masumi ZAIKAI, Kaworu NAKAGAMI and Masumii OSAWA
  8. The Introduction and the Spread of Bacteria Test in the Sanitary Administrations in Japan.        Yoko YOKOTA
  9. The Development of Scientific Medicine at the University of Oxford.        Yukiko HIMENO

Poster Presentations
  1. Marc-Marie de Rotz's Manikin.        Kazuyo OISHI
  2. The transition of the prohibited acts and the limitation of the users in Public Baths.         Miki KAWABATA

 Section 3: The Dawn of Modern Science and Technology in Japan

16:00 - 19:00
  1. Japan's Road to Modern Chemistry.        Tetsuo Shiba (Osaka UniversityA?j
  2. The Dutch navy and technology transfer to Japan in the 19th century.         A.A. LEMMERS (The National Institute for Military History, the Netherlands)
  3. Dr. J.K.van den Broek as teacher of western technology in Japan, 1853-1857. H.J. MOESHART (Leiden University)
  4. Science and technology of the Saga Clan. NAGANO (Saga University)
19:20: Reception at the Campus of Nagasaki University School of Medicine

10 November 2007 (Saturday)

 Section 4: The Beginning of Modern Western-style Medical Education by Pompe van Meerdervoort

Venue: Memorial Hall of Nagasaki University School of Medicine
8:40-8:50
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8:50 - 12:20
  1. Pompe van Meervervoort, Medical Pioneer in Japan         Harmen Beukers (Leiden University)
  2. Research on Pompe's Dutch Lecture Notes         Tadaomi Aikawa, Harmen Beukers, Shizu Sakai and Uichi Yamanouchi (Nagasaki University, Leiden University, Juntendo University, Oita University)
  3. J.Auzoux's'Anatomie clastique' and Japan         Miyoko Tsukizawa and Wolfgang Michel (Juntendo University, Kyushu University)
  4. Matsumoto Ryojun        Shizu Sakai (Juntendo University)
  5. Pompe's Pharmacy and Chemistry        Tadashi Yoshimoto (Nagasaki University)
12:20: Closing adress

 Commemorative Ceremony of the Anniversary of 150 Years Modern Western-style Medical Education in Japan and the Foundation of Nagasaki University School of Medicine

Venue: Memorial Hall of Nagasaki University School of Medicine

14:00 - 18:00
Speeches:
  • Dean of Nagasaki University School of Medicine,
  • The president of the Japanese Association of Medical Sciences
  • The president of the Japan Society of Medicine
  • Dutch Ambassador to Japan,
  • Minister of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology
  • The president of Leiden University
  • The president of Nagasaki University
  • The president of Nagasaki University School of Medicine Alumni Association

  • Special Lecture
  • Hisashi Owada Judge International Court of Justice (Hague)
  • Stanley. B. Prusiner A Nobel Prize Laureate in Physiology and Medicine (1997)

  • 19:00- 21:30
    Dinner Party
    Venue:Matsutei

    Joint Meeting of Japan Society of Medical History,
    Japanese Society for History of Pharmacy and Society for the History of Western Studies in Japan

    1 November 2007 (Sunday) Venu: Campus of Nagasaki University School of Medicine
    Japan Society of Medical History: Autumn Meeting 2007

     8:50 - 12:00 Symposium A - General papers
    13:10 - 15:10 General papers
    15:20 - 17:20 General papers Symposium B

    Japanese Society for History of Pharmacy: Annual Meeting 2007
     8:50 - 12:00 General papers
    13:20 - 15:20 General papers
    15:20 - 17:45 Symposium D

    Society for the History of Western Studies in Japan
     8:50 - 11:30 General papers
    11:40 - 12:05 Special Lecture 1
    13:10 - 14:00 General papers
    14:10 - 14:50 Special Lecture 2
    15:20 - 17:20 Symposium C

    Symposium A: Studying abroad in Nagasaki
    Symposium B: Materia Medica and Nagasaki
    Symposium C: From Honzô to Botany
    Symposium D: The Dawn of Modern Pharmacy
    18:00-21:00
    Open Seminar: Frontiers of Modern Science and Medicine

    The 108th General Meeting of the Japan Society of Medical History

    Date
    7 April 2007 (Saturday) 8:20-17:30
    8 April 2007 (Sunday) 8:20-15:30

    Location
    Osaka City University, Medical School. 1-5-7 Asahi-cho, Abeno-ku, Osaka
    (Train: JR Tennoji Station. Bus: Municipal Hospital Stop
    President: Dr. Sachio Tanaka (Tanaka Hospital)
    TEL: 0 7 2 9 - 2 2 - 2 0 2 8
    FAX: 0 7 2 9 - 9 3 - 1 2 3 7

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    The 107th General Meeting of the Japan Society of Medical History

    Date
    13 May 2006  8:20-17:30
    14 May 2006  8:20-17:40
    
    Location
    Nakatsu Culture Hall (Nakatsu Bunka Kaikan),  14-38 Toyoda-cho, Nakatsu-City
    
    Local Organizer: Dr. Mahito Kawashima (Mahito Kawashima Orthopedic Hospital) TEL: 0979-24-0464 FAX: 0979-24-6258

    The 106th General Meeting of the Japan Society of Medical History

    Date
    25 June 2005  8:20-17:30
    26 June 2005  8:20-17:40
    Location School of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Kitasato University, Shirokane Campus Convention Hall.

    The 101th General Meeting of the Japan Society of Medical History

    Date
    October 14, 2000 (8:00-16:30) - October 15, 2000 (8:00-17:00)
    Location
     Kyoto Prefectural University of Medicine, Library Hall
    465 Kajii-cho,Kawaramachi-Hirokoji,Kamigyo-ku,Kyoto 602-0841
    
    Chairman's Lecture:
    A?@History of Development of the Hospitals in Kyoto ...... Hisamitsu NAKAHASHI..(299)
    Special Lectures:
    1 History of Sexology in Kyoto.......Tadao TOMOYOSHI......(300) 
    2 Culture and History of Terminal Care......Taku SHINMURA......(304)
    Guest Lecture:
      History of Anatomy in Taiwan: Focus on Otto Mori and Takeo Kanaseki
     ...... Hongchien HA....(307)
    
    Member's Presentations:
    1  The Medicine in Makashikan......        Kido SUGITA......(310)
    2  A Study on the Name of Nakarai......  Fusae NAKARAI......(312)
    3  On Soybeans in "Ishinho"......            Sachiko MAKI......(314)
    4  Investigation of an Unrecorded Medical Book "Hon Po Ka Gen Hi Shu"
     by Sanki Tashiro  
    ...... Jiro ENDO and Teruko NAKAMURA......(316)
    5  Ryokai(Mitsuyuki) ShibaA?\ Some Notes on His Life, Moments and TombstoneA?\ 
            Akira TAKAHASHI......(318)
    6  Dr. Nagakiyo Yoshio, Teacher of Dutch Medicine in Okayama 
           Sosogu NAKAYAMA......(320)
    7  On the Annotated List of Students of the Yoshimasu Private Medical School 
               Senjuro MACHI......(322)
    8  Dawn of Modern Medicine and Historical Herb Garden"Nissho-en" in Hiroshima
               Yasuo HARADA......(324)
    9  A New Study on Seishu Hanaoka's "Nyugan Chiken Roku"A?\Questions on 
    Shuzo Kure's Transcription
                  Akitomo MATSUKI......(326)
    10 The Preface Written by Seishu Hanaoka         Hitoshi TAKAHASHI......(328)
    11 Gensyun Soeda, One of the Founeders of the Otamagaike Vaccination Infirmary
              Yasuaki FUKASE......(330)
    12 Herbalists of the Yedo Period (Honzoka) Who Took an Interest in the Hokuriku Region (4) 
     Fujisawa Mitsukane and His Book "Kisoshozu"(3 Vol.)
    A?@A?@A?@A?@A?@............        Kohji MASAHASHI......(332)
    13  Dr.S.Ammar "Avicenne"......          Hyonosuke IZUMI......(334)
    14  Plague Columns in Middle Europe......    Sumio ISHIDA......(336)
    15  "Poverty and Sickness are the Only Passports"A?\The Establishment of the 
    London General Institution ......              Namika YANAGISAWA......(338)
    16  Oscar Vulpius (1867-1936) and Early Orthopaedic Surgeons 
            Hiroshi KAMBARA......(340)
    17  On the "Igakugenshi" Quoted in "Choteikaitaishinsho"    Huining TAO......(342)
    18 On the Anatomical Figures of "Anatome Animalium" by Gerard Blasius, Amsterdam, 1681
         Shinichi MATSUO......(344)
    19  William Cullen's Clinical Descriptions "Delirium," which Appeared 
    in the First Lines of Practice of Physic (1791)......        Akiko KOSOTO......(346)
    20  Methodology and Justfication of Analogy in William Harvey
               Tadashi SAWAI......(348)
    21  Taisansho............       Ryo YONEKURA......(350)
    22 Acupuncture and Moxibustion in "Denshibyo-Nizyugoho" 
    ......              Koichi SHINOHARA and Hiroshi KOSOTO......(352)
    23  The Study of Prognosis in Ancient China......Yuichi WADA......(354)
    24  On "Zokuten-Yoketsu-Shu," Written by Tokitoshi Koremune 
              Hiroshi KOSOTO......(356)
    25  The Introduction of Theriac into China
    ............   Teruko NAKAMURA and Jiro ENDO......(358)
    26  A Study of Kishin............ Yoshinobu UEDA......(360)
    27 Tsune Takamatsu, the First Psychiatrist in Japan, and His "Seishinbyogakukoyo" 
                 Yasuo OKADA......(362)
    28 Findings on Three 3 Old Dutch-Japanese Surgical Books Held at Tanaka Yaseien
               Sachio TANAKA......(364)
    29 Traditional Chinese Medicine and Taoism (21th) "Zhen zhai ling tu"
            Shoji YOSHIMOTO......(366)
    30 Dr. Untaku Ohe and the Nakatsu Medical School
          Makito KAWASHIMA......(368)
    31  On the Directory of Medical Licentiate for Tokyo Prefecture, 1885 
               Teruo HIGUCHI......(370)
    32  The Lock Hospital in Hyogo and the British Legation   Yumi OHKAWA......(372)
    33  Learning and the Profession of  Medicine in the UK: Institutional Aspects
              Soji KURIMOTO......(374)
    34  The Life of Dr. Vidal : The French Report 
    ............        Yoto SHIMIZU, Hiroshi KAMBARA, 
    ......        Gaston TISSINIER and Auguste ARMENGAUD ......(376)
    35  A Study on Casper Bauhin's "Theatrum Anatomicum"(1) A?\A?@A Comparative 
    Analysis of 'Praefatio'   in the First Edition (1605) and  the Second Edition(1621)
          Miyoko TSUKISAWA......(378)
    36 Two French Surgeons Known for Study of the KneeA?\Gerdy and Segond
    A?@A?@A?@............             Akira KOBAYASHI......(380)
    37  On the Relation between "Shiki Kaichu Kosho" and "Henjak Soko Den Iko" 
            Kouya MIYAKAWA......(382)
    38  Acupuncture in the "Yuji Wei Yi "......   Tatsuya HOKUE......(384)
    39  Venesection as Seen 
       in the Writings of Kinkey NAKAGAMI         Kazuhiro TOMOBE......(386)
    40  A History of Bloodletting in Japan......  Ichiro FUJIKARA......(388)
    41  Jundo Ikota's Learning of Cesarean Section        Tsutomu ISHIHARA......(390)
    42  The Discoverer of Hashimoto's Disease: Dr.Hakaru Hashimoto 
                Hiroshi SATOH......(392)
    43  The Eye Clinic of the Oita Prefectural Hospital in the Meiji Era
          Uichi YAMANOUCHI......(394)
    44  A Report on the Reformation of Private Medical Schools at the Time of 
    Closure of Saiseigakusha
       ............Nobuyasu KARASAWA......(396)
    45  Reappraisal of the Theory of "Meridian-Blood Vassels"  Kika MATSUKI......(398)
    46 Antisyphilitic Smoking Prescription in Eastern Japan during the Tokugawa Era 
           Atsuo NAKANISHI......(400)
    47 The Purchase of Plant Materials for Drugs and Cost of Drug Treatment at the 
    Silver Mine "Innai-Ginzan"    in the Late Edo Era: From the Diary of Youkan Kadoya
                Shozo AZAMI......(402)
    48  Reevaluation of Prof. Noriyuki Sugihara's Achievements in Korea 
                    Hareka WATANABE, Son-Min KIM and Jong-Chol CYONG......(404)
    49  Paleopathological Study of the Early Modern and Modern Ages in Japan 
              Miho TANIHARA......(406)
    50  Development of Medicine, Medical Chemistry and Their Education System
    ......      Yukio SHIBATA, Sachiko KUDO and Shin TANAKA......(408)
    51  A History of Colour Illustration and Colour Photography for Medicine 
               Yohji NAGATOYA, Kisaku TERAHATA and Toshiyuki SAKAJO ......(410)
    52  On the Medical Journals of the Early Meiji Era in Japan and Their Preservation 
            Kisaku TARAHATA......(412)
    53 Conditions for Qualification of Nurses in the Nursing Acts Issued by Each Prefecture A?\ 
       From the Nursing Acts of 29 Prefectures before the 4th Year of Taisho
              Machiko HIRAO......(414)
    54 The Court Medical Bureau of the Emperor Meiji and the Ikeda Documents 
                  Shoji ENDO......(416)
    55  The History of "Sen-in-koh"......           Yoshiito KOBA......(418)
    56  Study on "Mushi-sho"                Shizuo TODA and Setsuko KAME......(420)
    57 Acupuncture Contents in "Wai Tai Mi Yao Fang" except Vol/39,  "Ming Dung" 
          Takahiro MIYAGAWA......(422)
    58 The Medical Care System of the Army during the SinoA?\Japanese War 
              Yoshiko TSUBOI......(424)
    59  Aviation Medicine in World War a?|A?            Yoshiyuki KUROSAWA......(426)
    60  The History of Eradication of Endemic Disease in Yamanashi Prefecture 
     under the Occupation (First Report)
         ............Kumiko SATO......(428)
    61  On the Entrance Regulations Book of Kinkyo Ikeda and the Kyoto Smallpox Doctor, 
    Bunan Sai    ............         Kazuo HASEGAWA......(430)
    62 A Pioneer in Nuclear Medicine in Japan, Nobutune MORI 
                    Kouji ODA......(432)
    63  Genealogy of Studies on Longevity in Japan       Masafumi AKISAKA......(434)
    64  Study of Fangwaihuandan in "Chishuixuanzhu"           Yoshio IKAI......(436)
    65 Developmental Studies on the Digital Archives of Old and Rare Medical Books 
    for Network Education 
    ......Junji TSUTSUI, Shinji TANAKA and Tsukasa ASHIHARA......(438)
    66  "Yi"and "Wen" In Chinese and Japanese Medical History     Shao DEI......(440)
    67  Nakarai SayakaA?\Superintendant of the Kyoto Prefectural Hospital, 
     The First Dean of the Kyoto Medical School
     and the Founder of the Medical Association in Meiji-Era...... 
                   Toshio FUJITA and Fusae NAKARAI......(442)
    68  In Search of the Origin of Fu Ju
    ............    Guo Xiu MIE and Hisayuki KATOU......(444)
    69 A Study on the "Oranda Keiraku Kinmyaku Zohu Zukai": The Japanese Concept of the Body 
    in the Late-Seventeenth Century ............     Yoshinori KEIRA and Shizu SAKAI......(446)
    70 The Illustrated Secret Professional Manual of Opthamology 
         Yasumasa OKUZAWA ......(448)   
    
    
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