Journal of the JAPANESE SOCIETY FOR THE HISTORY OF MEDICINE: Index 1999-
Articles published before 1979 are listed up in Nihon ishigaku zasshi - sakuin (Shibunkaku shuppan, 1980)

2009Vol. 55, No. 4
  • Kazukuni KAMEDA: Seiichi Ishida, a Chief Physician of Shinsaku Takasugi: Culture and Politics as Seen by a Doctor of the Reformation Period. JJSMH, Vol. 55 ( 2009), No. 4, pp. 411-426.
  • Yuichiro HIRAI: Review of the Time Kaishun Byoshitsu Was Founded: Is the Date "1899" Correct? JJSMH, Vol. 55 ( 2009), No. 4, pp. 427-444.
  • Yuichiro HIRAI: Kensuke Mitsuda and His Memory of the Kaishun Byoshitsu Days: Why Did He Not Clearly State the Time of Its Foundation? JJSMH, Vol. 55 ( 2009), No. 4, pp. 445-462.
  • Hideshi MATSUMOTO and Tatsuo SAKAI: On the Sources of the Anatomical Illustrations Appearing in Quanti-xinlun. JJSMH, Vol. 55 ( 2009), No. 4, pp. 463-498.
  • Toyoko KOZAI: "Infectious Disease" Theory during the Japanese Shogunate: An Analysis of Ichikawa Hashimoto-Hakuju-cho Dandoku-ron Ikken. JJSMH, Vol. 55 ( 2009), No. 4, pp. 499-508.
  • Kazuo TAKEHARA: Hygiene Policy Plan at the Beginning of the Meiji Era: Focusing on "The Magazine of the Sanitary Bureau of the Home Ministry". JJSMH, Vol. 55 ( 2009), No. 4, pp. 509-520.
  • Ming-tung WANG: Japanese who Affected Modern Medicine in Taiwan: Obstetrics and Gynecology. JJSMH, Vol. 55 ( 2009), No. 4, pp. 521-528.
  • Shizu SAKAI: In Memory of Dr. Hideo Koishi (Obituary). JJSMH, Vol. 55 ( 2009), No. 4, pp. 529-530.
  • Yasuo ARAI: In Memory of Dr. Atsuo Nakanishi (Obituary) JJSMH, Vol. 55 ( 2009), No. 4, pp. 531-533.
2009Vol. 55, No. 3
  • Yasuaki FUKASE: Details of Construction of Edward Jenner's Statue, Based on Zenna-Yowa (The Tale of Edward Jenner). JJSMH, Vol. 55 ( 2009), No. 3, pp. 291-302.
  • Katsu HAYASHI: Wang Niansun's Rhyming Table of Suwen, Xinyu & Yilin and Qian Chaochen's Rhyming Table of Suwen. JJSMH, Vol. 55 ( 2009), No. 3, pp. 303-316.
  • Miyoko TSUKISAWA: The Process of the Acceptance of Modern Medical Techniques in Japan at the Beginning of the Meiji Era: With a Focus on the Surgical Instruments, éraseur and Galvanic Cautery. JJSMH, Vol. 55 ( 2009), No. 3, pp. 317-328.
  • Hiromasa OURA and Yuri ICHIKAWA: The Classic Text Sugiyama Sindenryu, as Re-compiled by Masanaga Wada. JJSMH, Vol. 55 ( 2009), No. 3, pp. 329-346.
  • Atsuo NAKANISHI and Teruo HIGUCHI: A Study of Kyokan Gijuku: A Supplement to the History of Syphilis Testing in Tokyo. JJSMH, Vol. 55 ( 2009), No. 3, pp. 347-364.
  • Kido SUGITA:The Treatment of Internal Diseases in Buddhism. JJSMH, Vol. 55 ( 2009), No. 3, pp. 365-368.
  • Kido SUGITA: The Surgical Treatment in Buddhism. JJSMH, Vol. 55 ( 2009), No. 3, pp. 369-370.
  • Shigeharu NAKAYAMA: Rhusi Seki and the Book of Points of Phrenology. JJSMH, Vol. 55 ( 2009), No. 3, pp. 371-376.
  • Working Group for the Study of the Ikeda Documents: Research on the Ikeda Documents (36). JJSMH, Vol. 55 ( 2009), No. 3, pp. 377-386.
2009Vol. 55, No. 2
2009Vol. 55, No. 1
  • Yuriko AKIYAMA: Cookery, Diet and District Nursing in late Nineteenth-Century London. JJSMH, Vol. 55 ( 2009), No. 1, pp. 3-14.
  • Seiji TANAKA, Satoru SUGITA, Takako ANDO and Eiji MARUI: How Was Endemic Malaria Eradicated? - Community-based Action in Postwar Hikone. JJSMH, Vol. 55 ( 2009), No. 1, pp. 15-30.
  • Hanna UCHINO: Kaiseijutsu and Obstetrics in Osaka during the Yedo Era: Focusing Mainly on the Development of Surgical Operations in Obstetrics. JJSMH, Vol. 55 ( 2009), No. 1, pp. 31-42.
  • Hayato HIROTANI: Prof. Dr. Michiharu Matsuoka, Founder of the Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, Kyoto University, and His Achievements ( Part 3: Books Written by Prof. Dr. M. Matsuoka ). JJSMH, Vol. 55 ( 2009), No. 1, pp. 43-56.
  • Shuji KOTAKA: The Historical Change of Meanings about OGuan-GeO. JJSMH, Vol. 55 ( 2009), No. 1, pp. 57-76.
  • Yukio YAMANAKA and Tsutomu YAMASHITA: The Tradition of Healing with Magical Spells as Seen in Buddhist Texts.JJSMH, Vol. 55 ( 2009), No. 1, pp.
  • Symposium: Rintaro Mori and Ogai Mori
  • Yasuo OKADA: Tokeironso ( a Controversy on Statistics ) and Rintaro Mori: Introduction to the Symposium. JJSMH, Vol. 55 ( 2009), No. 1, pp. 97-100.
  • Seizo YAMASHITA: Great Medical Achievements of Rintaro Mori: Foundation of Provisional Beriberi Research Society and its Outcome. JJSMH, Vol. 55 ( 2009), No. 1, pp. 101-103.
  • Akitomo MATSUKI: Ogai Mori and Hokuyu Nichijo and Hokuyuki - Focusing on Hakodate and Aomori. JJSMH, Vol. 55 ( 2009), No. 1, pp. 104-107.
  • Mitsuo YAMAZAKI: Communication of Ogai Mori with Japanese Medical Students in Germany. JJSMH, Vol. 55 ( 2009), No. 1, pp. 108-110.
2008Vol. 54, No. 4
  • Kazukuni KAMEDA: Research on the Naval Warfare Strategy of Genshun Koishi and Associated Issues. JJSMH , Vol. 54 (2008), No. 4, pp. 325-338.
  • Akitomo MATSUKI: The Disciples of Goroji Nakagawa and Their Practice of Vaccination in the Northern Area of Japan. JJSMH ,Vol. 54 (2008), No. 4, pp. 339-358.
  • Tatsuo SAKAI: On the Lecture on the History of Anatomy which Lu Xun Heard in Sendai. JJSMH , Vol. 54 (2008), No. 4, pp. 359-372.
  • Keiko HINO: The Position of Nurses at the Beginning of the Meiji Era: A Study of the Original Source of Kango-Kokoroe, Translated by Dr. Yunei Ota, and a Comparative Study of the Original and Translated Versions. JJSMH, Vol. 54 (2008), No. 4, pp. 373-386.
  • Youichi NAKASHIMA and Noriaki MATSUMURA: Research on Chikushi-Kou Zakki : The Travel Diary for Nagasaki of Sosen Nakashima. JJSMH, Vol. 54 (2008), No. 4, pp. 387-392.
  • Tatsuo SAKAI: Lectures on the History of Anatomy Held at the Sendai Medical School in 1900 and 1901. JJSMH, Vol. 54 (2008), No. 4, pp. 393-398.
  • Working Group for the Study of the Ikeda Documents: Research on the Ikeda Documents (35). JJSMH, Vol. 54 (2008), No. 4, pp. 399-408.
2008Vol. 54, No. 3
  • Akitomo MATSUKI: A Medical Study on the Winter March Accident at Mount Hakkoda. JJSMH, Vol. 54 (2008), No. 3, pp. 215-230.
  • Takanori MATSUOKA, Koichi YAMASHITA, Hideki KURIBAYASHI,Kazuhiro MAKIZUMI and Hidetoshi YAMAGUCHI: Concerning the Writing of Senkinho (Qian Jin Fang) Kentoshi-shoraibon (a Book of the Japanese Envoy to the Tang Dynasty of China).JJSMH, Vol. 54 (2008), No. 3, pp. 231?j
  • Keiko SUENAGA: Shomatsu Yokoyama, a Physiologist Who Refused to Conduct Experiments on Living Human Bodies. JJSMH, Vol. 54 (2008), No. 3, pp. 239-248.
  • Hyonosuke IZUMI: Arnald of Vilanova, a Medieval Medical Scholar. JJSMH, Vol. 54 (2008), No. 3, pp. 249-258.
  • Hyonosuke IZUMI: The Second Invitation to Plurilingualism in Medical History. JJSMH, Vol. 54 (2008), No. 3, pp. 259-264.
  • Shuji KOTAKA:A Review of Gui Shen in the Medical Books. JJSMH, Vol. 54 (2008), No. 3, pp. 265-274.
  • Ming-tung WANG: Influential Japanese Doctors on Taiwan Medicine: A Case Study on Otolaryngologists. JJSMH, Vol. 54 (2008), No. 3, pp. 275-280.
  • Fundamental Documents of Women Doctors of the Meiji Period Yuko MISAKI JJSMH, Vol. 54 (2008), No. 3, pp. 281-292.
  • Working Group for the Study of the Ikeda Documents: Research on the Ikeda Documents (34). JJSMH, Vol. 54 (2008), No. 3, pp. 293-302.
2008Vol. 54, No. 2
2008Vol. 54, No. 1
  • Chris ALDOUS: Transforming Public Health? - A Critical Review of Progress Made Against Enteric Diseases during the American-led Occupation of Japan(1945-52). JJSMH, Vol. 54 (2008), No. 1, pp. 3-18.
  • Yuriko AKIYAMA :Sanitary Reform in the British Army:
  • Introducing Knowledge about Practical Healthcare. JJSMH, Vol. 54 (2008), No. 1, pp. 19-30.
  • Tatsuhiko SUZUKI:Questions Pertaining to the Years of Supplementations of the ?gHeji Jufang?h. JJSMH, Vol. 54 (2008), No. 1, pp. 31-38.
  • Kazukuni KAMEDA: Medical Circles in Shimonoseki in the 18th Century and Gyuzan Katsuki,s Three Pupils. JJSMH, Vol. 54 (2008), No. 1, pp. 39-48.
  • Yasuo OKADA: Shoshin Medical Society : From the ?gIdan?h period to the ?gTokeishimpo?h period. JJSMH, Vol. 54 (2008), No. 1, pp. 49-56
  • Working Group for the Study of the Ikeda Document: Research on the Ikeda Documents (33). JJSMH, Vol. 54 (2008), No. 1, pp. 57-66
2007Vol. 53, No. 4
  • Toyoko KOZAI: Rituals for the Dissected in Pre-Modern Japan. JJSMH, Vol. 53 (2007), No. 3, pp. 531-544.
  • Hideshi MATSUMOTO: Chinese Books on Human Anatomy Published in the Late Qing Dynasty. JJSMH, Vol. 53 (2007), No. 3, pp. 545-568.
  • Akitomo MATSUKI: Jennerian Vaccination Introduced via the Trans-Siberian Route by Goroji Nakagawa - His Influence on the First Successful Vaccination by Teisai Hino in Kyoto - . JJSMH, Vol. 53 (2007), No. 3, pp. 569-625.
  • Yasuo OKADA: Symposium: Medical History and Literature - In Memory of Yoshimura Akira - 1.An Introduction to the Symposium on "Medical History and Literature". JJSMH, Vol. 53 (2007), No. 3, pp. 627-634.
  • Shizu SAKAI: Symposium: Medical History and Literature - In Memory of Yoshimura Akira - 2. Concerning Medical History in the Writings of Yoshimura Akira. JJSMH, Vol. 53 (2007), No. 3, pp. 635-641.
  • Tatsuaki SHINODA: Symposium: Medical History and Literature - In Memory of Yoshimura Akira - 3. Writing Historical Novels Based on Medical History. JJSMH, Vol. 53 (2007), No. 3, pp. 642-649.
  • Yasuo ARAI: Symposium: Medical History and Literature - In Memory of Yoshimura Akira - 4. On Mori Ogai's Problems with Beriberi and his Will. JJSMH, Vol. 53 (2007), No. 3, pp. 650-658.
  • Shuji KOTAKA: On Diseases Due to "Gu" (Parasitic Infection). JJSMH, Vol. 53 (2007), No. 3, pp. 659-671.
  • Taiichi SUNAGA: On the Studies in Sericulture by the French Doctor Mulier, From the Lectures at the Imperial Society for the Naturalization of Plants and Animals. JJSMH, Vol. 53 (2007), No. 3, pp. 672-678.
2007Vol. 53, No. 3
  • Tatsuo SAKAI, Reitaro IKEDA, Tadashi SAWAI: Galen's "On bones for beginners" Translation from the Greek Text and Discussion. JJSMH, Vol. 53 (2007), No. 3, pp. 353-421.
  • Akitomo MATSUKI: A Review of Biographical Studies on Goroji Nakagawa, a Japanese Pioneer of Jennerian Vaccination. JJSMH, Vol. 53 (2007), No. 3, pp. 423-440.
  • Working Group for the Study of the Ikeda Documents: Research on the Ikeda Documents (32). JJSMH, Vol. 53 (2007), No. 3, pp. 441-454.
2007Vol. 53, No. 2
  • Akitomo MATSUKI: A Review of Biographical Studies on Goroji Nakagawa, a Japanese Pioneer of Jennerian Vaccination. JJSMH, Vol. 53 (2007), No. 2, pp. 191-228.
  • Seiji TANAKA, Satoru SUGITA, Takako MORIYAMA, Eiji MARUI: Acute Infectious Diseases in Occupied Japan. JJSMH, Vol. 53 (2007), No. 2, pp. 229-248.
  • Yasuaki FUKASE: "Hosen-in Byochu Nikki" (Clinical Documents of Hosen-in) and Shimada Tsukuba". JJSMH, Vol. 53 (2007), No. 2, pp. 249-270.
  • Yasuhiko YANAGAWA, Waichiro YANAGAWA: Genealogical Verification Regarding Seishu Hanaoka, Based on Yanagawa Family Archives. JJSMH, Vol. 53 (2007), No. 2, pp. 271-283.
  • Shuji KOTAKA: A Study on "Monono-aware" according to Norinaga Motoori. JJSMH, Vol. 53 (2007), No. 2, pp.
  • 285-302.
  • Hyonosuke IZUMI: The House Economics of Andreas Vesalius. JJSMH, Vol. 53 (2007), No. 2, pp. 303-310.
  • Working Group for the Study of the Ikeda Documents: Research on the Ikeda Documents (31). JJSMH, Vol. 53 (2007), No. 2, pp. 311-316.
  • Shigeharu NAKAYAMA: About the Genealogy of Genpou Matsushita, M.D., Headmaster of Tekijuku. JJSMH, Vol. 53 (2007), No. 2, pp. 317-321.
  • Hiroshi KOSOTO: In Memory of Dr. Takuji Wiwa. JJSMH, Vol. 53 (2007), No. 2, pp. 322-325.
2007Vol. 53, No. 1
  • Sachio TANAKA: The Heritage of Home-Based Medical Studies in Modern Times. JJSMH, Vol. 53 (2007), No. 1, pp. 07-10.
  • Shizu SAKAI: Dutch Studies in Osaka-Especially Regarding Human Anatomy. JJSMH, Vol. 53 (2007), No. 1, pp. 11-15.
  • Tetsuo SHIBA: Dutch Studies and Tekijuku in Osaka. JJSMH, Vol. 53 (2007), No. 1, pp. 16-17.
  • Nobuaki ASAI: The Experimental and Verifiable Nature of Dutch Studies in Osaka. JJSMH, Vol. 53 (2007), No. 1, pp. 18-19.
  • Yoshimaro KONISHI: The Function of the Osaka Smallpox Institute in Regard to Dutch Studies in Osaka-Particularly the Area Survey Made by the Serum Distribution Center. JJSMH, Vol. 53 (2007), No. 1, pp. 20-21.
  • Hideo KOISHI: The Background of the Origins of Dutch Studies in Osaka. JJSMH, Vol. 53 (2007), No. 1, pp. 22-23.
  • Wolfgang MICHEL: People, Objects, Information-Osaka and the Modernization of Medicine and Medical Treatment. JJSMH, Vol. 53 (2007), No. 1, pp. 24-25.
  • Sosogu NAKAYAMA: "The History of Military Hygiene" Written by Koreyoshi OGATA, the Rector of the Military Medical College". JJSMH, Vol. 53 (2007), No. 1, pp. 26-27.
  • Yasuo OKADA: "Shoshin-ikai" from the Idan Period to the Tokeishinpo Period". JJSMH, Vol. 53 (2007), No. 1, pp. 28-29.
  • Miyoko TSUKISAWA: The Human Anatomical Model of Osaka Hospital-Masazumi Takahashi's Translation of "Shiso-Jintai Kaibou-fu" and the Wooden Human Anatomical Model Made by Ihei OOE-. JJSMH, Vol. 53 (2007), No. 1, pp. 30-31.
  • Seiya YAGI: The Early Period of the Kyoto Association of School Physicians. JJSMH, Vol. 53 (2007), No. 1, pp. 32-33.
  • Naoka ONO: Kyoto Training School for Nurses, Derived from the Discussion of the Osaka Conference-Tracing the Marginalized Lineage of Another Style in Modern Medicine and Nursing. JJSMH, Vol. 53 (2007), No. 1, pp. 34-35.
  • Tadaomi AIKAWA,Harm BEUKERS: Research on Pompe's Dutch Lecture Notes on General Pathology. JJSMH, Vol. 53 (2007), No. 1, pp. 36-37.
  • Makoto,KIMURA ,Shungo MATSUDA: Kinsho BEPPU, a Student of the Private School (Tekijuku). JJSMH, Vol. 53 (2007), No. 1, pp. 38-39.
  • Hirokazu ARITA: The Verification of the "Seimi Benmou" by Koan Ogata. JJSMH, Vol. 53 (2007), No. 1, pp. 40-41.
  • Shigeharu NAKAYAMA: The Genealogy of M.D. Genpou Matsushita, Headmaster of Teki-juku. JJSMH, Vol. 53 (2007), No. 1, pp. 42-43.
  • Kisaku TERAHATA: On the Existence of "Ontleedkindige Tafelen," Owned by Genpaku Sugita. JJSMH, Vol. 53 (2007), No. 1, pp. 44-45.
  • Katsuhiko IGUCHI: Historical Beginnings of Hospital Medicine-?hRyoubyouin" in Japan and Medical ?hPunyasala" in Ancient India. JJSMH, Vol. 53 (2007), No. 1, pp. 46-47.
  • Kido SUGITA: The Historical Study of Impure Thoughts. JJSMH, Vol. 53 (2007), No. 1, pp. 48-49.
  • Syoji YOSHIMOTO: Traditional Chinese Medicine and Taoism (27th, Jiao shi zhen jing). JJSMH, Vol. 53 (2007), No. 1, pp. 50-51.
  • Xiumei GAO: Investigation about "Sikuquanshutiyao" by Yijikao. JJSMH, Vol. 53 (2007), No. 1, pp. 52-53.
  • Hiroshi KOSOTO, Yosuke AMANO, Kazuhiro TOMOBE, Senjuro MACHI, Sachio TANAKA: Old Medical Texts Held at Tanaka-Yasei-en. JJSMH, Vol. 53 (2007), No. 1, pp. 54-55.
  • Yoshiito KOBA: Position of the Small Belly. JJSMH, Vol. 53 (2007), No. 1, pp. 56-57.
  • Rieko TANAKA, Noriko HASHIMOTO, Youko YAMASAKI: On the "Aiketsuho" and "Aiketsumeiben". JJSMH, Vol. 53 (2007), No. 1, pp. 58-59.
  • Taihei TSURUTA: Methods of Picking Out Moxibustion Points That Use Strings in "Meikakyusenn". JJSMH, Vol. 53 (2007), No. 1, pp. 60-61.
  • Kazuhiro TOMOBE, Shogo ISHINO: Venesection as Seen in the Writings of Shingen KAKIMOTO. JJSMH, Vol. 53 (2007), No. 1, pp. 62-63.
  • Yosuke AMANO, Hiroshi KOSOTO,Shogo ISHINO,Toshihiko HANAWA: A Study of Xie Guan and the Chinese Medical Dictionary. JJSMH, Vol.53 (2 007), No. 1, pp. 64-65.
  • Hideo KANEKAWA: Private Mental Hospitals in Tokyo Made in the Meiji and Taisho Eras. JJSMH, Vol. 53 (2007), No. 1, pp. 66-67.
  • Akira TAKAHASHI: The Nagoya University School of Medicine in the Early Days. JJSMH, Vol. 53 (2007), No. 1, pp. 68-69.
  • Sawako HAGA, Machiko HIRAO, Fusako EBINA: A Study of Dr. Kanehiro Takaki's Thoughts on Health Education (2)-From His Opinions Related the Improvement of High School and University Education in "Rinji Kyouiku Kaigi"-. JJSMH, Vol. 53 (2007), No. 1, pp. 70-71.
  • Kazuyuki SHIMADA: On the Hygiene and Physiological Textbook Used by Dr. Hepburn in Japan. JJSMH, Vol.53 (2 007), No. 1, pp. 72-73.
  • Miki KAWABATA: The Role of Public Bath Business Persons According to the Public Bath Law. JJSMH, Vol. 53 (2007), No. 1, pp. 74-75.
  • Morikuni SUGIURA: Studies on the History of School Health in the Taisho Era (4). JJSMH, Vol. 53 (2007), No. 1, pp. 76-77.
  • Mikio WATANABE: Electro Therapeutics in the Edo Era: Studies on the "Kaisei Jishaku Reishinki Ryousetu," Translated by Shinzo Ito. JJSMH, Vol. 53 (2007), No. 1, pp. 78-79.
  • Makoto MAYANAGI: The Compilation of a Chronological Table of Japanese Writings on Medicine, Pharmaceutics, and Natural History. JJSMH, Vol.53 (2 007), No. 1, pp. 80-81.
  • Kazuko HABU: The Distribution of Osaka Yakusyu-nakagai Guilds and Herbal Medicines in the Edo Period. JJSMH, Vol. 53 (2007), No. 1, pp. 82-83.
  • Wolfgang MICHEL: Western-style Medical Instruments in Trade Source Materials from the Edo and Meiji Periods. JJSMH, Vol. 53 (2007), No. 1, pp. 84-85.
  • Yoko YOKOTA: Rokuro Takano-Focusing on the Formation of an Idea on Expertise in Public Health. JJSMH, Vol. 53 (2007), No. 1, pp. 86-87.
  • Katsuhisa YAMAGAMI: The Spirit of Professor Erwin von Balz and Professor Frits Hartel (Osaka Medical College). JJSMH, Vol. 53 (2007), No. 1, pp. 88-89.
  • Ichiro FUJIKURA: The Prevalence of Korotkov's Method. JJSMH, Vol.53 (2 007), No. 1, pp. 90-91.
  • Ryouko KOUSAKA, Mayumi MIZUTA: How Has Florence Nightingale Been Introduced to Our Country?. JJSMH, Vol. 53 (2007), No. 1, pp. 92-93.
  • Hiroshi SATOH: An Introduction to the Semmelweis Medical Hospital Museum and a Glance into Hungarian Medical History. JJSMH, Vol. 53 (2007), No. 1, pp. 94-95.
  • Akira KOBAYASHI: Nicolas Andry (1658-1742), Coiner of the Word "Orthopedie" (1st Report) . JJSMH, Vol. 53 (2007), No. 1, pp. 96-97.
  • Hyonosuke IZUMI: Arnau de Vilanova, a Medieval Medical Scholar . JJSMH, Vol. 53 (2007), No. 1, pp. 98-99.
  • Sugino OISHI, Kanako KITA, Machiko HIRAO, Sawako HAGA: Censorship in Occupied Japan (3)-?hSukoyaka," the Journal of the Public Health Nurse's Association in Nagano. JJSMH, Vol. 53 (2007), No. 1, pp. 100-101.
  • Akitomo MATSUKI: Historical Approach to Spinal Anesthesia Accidents and Its Preventive Effect . JJSMH, Vol. 53 (2007), No. 1, pp. 102-103.
  • Seiji TANAKA, Satoru SUGITA, Takako MORIYAMA, Eiji MARUI: Acute Infectious Diseases in Occupied Japan (1945-1951). JJSMH, Vol. 53 (2007), No. 1, pp. 104-105.
  • Akiko SUGIYAMA: Health Care Administration in Postwar Okinawa (1)-Health care System Under the U.S. Occupation. JJSMH, Vol. 53 (2007), No. 1, pp. 106-107.
  • Takako OKUTSU: The Acupuncture and Moxibustion Medical Law Enactment Petition Movement at the Beginning of the Showa and Taisho Eras. JJSMH, Vol. 53 (2007), No. 1, pp. 108-109.
  • Masaaki TONOSAKI, Nobuyasu KARASAWA, Hajime IWASAKI: Original Book on Kahlden's "Byorigakuteki Saikingakuteki Kenkyu Jutsushiki Koyo" Translated by Hiedyo Noguchi. JJSMH, Vol. 53 (2007), No. 1, pp. 110-111.
  • Toshiro SHIMURA, Nobuyasu KARASAWA, Masaaki TONOSAKI, Hajime IWASAKI, Akira TERAMOTO: The Hand of Doctor Hideyo Noguchi-The First Pedicle Skin Graft in Japan. JJSMH, Vol. 53 (2007), No. 1, pp. 112-113.
  • Hajime IWASAKI, Masaaki TONOSAKI, Nobuyasu KARASAWA: Saiseigakusya Medical School Professor YAMADA RYOSYUKU, and His "Textbook of Physiology" (RANSHI SEIRIGAKU) Which Was Originally Written in German by Dr.L.LANDOIS. JJSMH, Vol. 53 (2007), No. 1, pp. 114-115.
  • Teruo HIGUCHI: On the Second Licensed Dentist in Japan, Dr. Tsukasa Saji. JJSMH, Vol. 53 (2007), No. 1, pp. 116-117.
  • Akihiko NISHIMAKI: The History of the Stomatitis Concept. JJSMH, Vol. 53 (2007), No. 1, pp. 118-119.
  • Satoshi AIDA: On the Reports of Gram's Research . JJSMH, Vol. 53 (2007), No. 1, pp. 120-121.
  • Namika YANAGISAWA: The Establishment and Development of St.George's Hospital. JJSMH, Vol. 53 (2007), No. 1, pp. 122-123.
  • Osamu NAKAMURA: Reasons for the Decline of Family Care of Mentally Ill Patients in Iwakura, Kyoto as Compared to Geel, Belgium. JJSMH, Vol. 53 (2007), No. 1, pp. 124-125.
  • Tatsuo SAKAI: A Comparative Study of Anatomy between Galen and Vesalius (5): Especially in Regard to the Bones. JJSMH, Vol. 53 (2007), No. 1, pp. 126-127.
  • Tadashi SAWAI: The Source of Sylvius' Anatomical Text. JJSMH, Vol. 53 (2007), No. 1, pp. 128-129.
  • Takahiro MIYAGAWA: The Study of "Si Hai Tong Chun". JJSMH, Vol. 53 (2007), No. 1, pp. 130-131.
  • Toshiyuki NAKAGAWA: Grouping of Pulses in the Song Era. JJSMH, Vol. 53 (2007), No. 1, pp. 132-133.
  • Yoshinobu UEDA: A Study on Shendengzhaofa. JJSMH, Vol.53 (2 007), No. 1, pp. 134-135.
  • Kana TERAKAWA: Acupuncture of "Meigetsu-ki". JJSMH, Vol.53 (2 007), No. 1, pp. 136-137.
  • Akiho OSODO: On the "Ho" Described in the "Nanmei-Mondo". JJSMH, Vol. 53 (2007), No. 1, pp. 138-139.
  • Tatsuhiko SUZUKI, Jiro ENDO, Teruko NAKAMURA: Studies on Various Editions of "Kokon Hoi". JJSMH, Vol. 53 (2007), No. 1, pp. 140-141.
  • Michiko IKAWA: Illness from the Point of View of Religion-?hBakin Nikki". JJSMH, Vol. 53 (2007), No. 1, pp. 142-143.
  • Mahito KAWASHIMA: Untaku Oe and Gassuidou. JJSMH, Vol. 53 (2007), No. 1, pp. 144-145.
  • Yoshinori KEIRA: The Expressiveness of the Body in "Konjaku monogatarishu" (2). JJSMH, Vol. 53 (2007), No. 1, pp. 146-147.
  • Setsuko NAKAMURA, Machiko HIRAO: Knowledge and Nursing in Lean Years, Written in "Tamano Utsui" (1837) by Jusei Hirano. JJSMH, Vol. 53 (2007), No. 1, pp. 148-149.
  • Daisuke NOGUCHI, Jiro ENDO, Teruko NAKAMURA, Makoto MAYANAGI: A Study on "Yakusho Nodoku" Written by Dosan Manase. JJSMH, Vol. 53 (2007), No. 1, pp. 150-151.
  • Jiro ENDO, Teruko NAKAMURA, Makoto MAYANAGI: Semantic Considerations on "Manase," the Family Name of Dosan and "Tosei," the Pen Name of Gensaku. JJSMH, Vol. 53 (2007), No. 1, pp. 152-153.
  • Senjuro MACHI, Hiroshi KOSOTO, Sachio TANAKA: The Old Documents Held at Tanaka-Yasei-En. JJSMH, Vol. 53 (2007), No. 1, pp. 154-155.
  • Yasuhiro NAGASHIMA, Gentaro IWATA, Yasutaka OI: A Study on "Byouronzokukaisyu". JJSMH, Vol. 53 (2007), No. 1, pp. 156-157.
  • Yasuho NISHII: Kotosuga Tanigawa, an Obstetrician in the Edo Era, and Some Prescriptions Concerning Mercury from His Notebook. JJSMH, Vol. 53 (2007), No. 1, pp. 158-159.
  • Akira HASHIMOTO: Defence of Home Custody of Mental Patients: Weygandt's View of Japan. JJSMH, Vol. 53 (2007), No. 1, pp. 160-161.
  • Tsutomu ISHIHARA: Neiichi Minagaki and His Family Tree (2)-Sotaku Minagaki. JJSMH, Vol. 53 (2007), No. 1, pp. 162-163.
  • Hiroki YOSHIOKA: A Consideration of "Lai". JJSMH, Vol. 53 (2007), No. 1, pp. 164-165.
  • Shirou GOTOU, Yukio NEMOTO: Norisada Satou and "Daidouruijuhou". JJSMH, Vol. 53 (2007), No. 1, pp. 166-167.
  • Hana UCHINO: Obstetrics and Techniques of Abortion in Osaka in the Yedo Period. JJSMH, Vol. 53 (2007), No. 1, pp. 168-169.
  • Shuzo IIZUKA: Was "Map of the World Oroshiya Hyoryu no Ki" Written by Yamagata Banto?. JJSMH, Vol. 53 (2007), No. 1, pp. 170-171.
  • Atsuo NAKANISHI: Dr. SHIOMI Shuya and Ointments. JJSMH, Vol. 53 (2007), No. 1, pp. 172-173.
  • Soji KURIMOTO: Medical Practice in Medieval Britain. JJSMH, Vol. 53 (2007), No. 1, pp. 174-175.
  • Yoshio IKAI: Viewing Ancient Chinese Medical Relics. JJSMH, Vol. 53 (2007), No. 1, pp. 176-177.
  • Yasumasa OKUZAWA: On the History of Imported Cordycepts Species and Their Medical Uses. JJSMH, Vol. 53 (2007), No. 1, pp. 178-179.
  • Jeffrey E. HANES: From the Capital of Smoke (Kemuri no Miyako) to the Livable City (Sumigokochiyoki Toshi): "Doctoring" to the Industrial Metropolis of Osaka. JJSMH, Vol. 53 (2007), No. 1, pp. 183-187.
2006Vol. 52, No. 4
  • Masami TATENO: On NAKAGAMI Kinkei's Seiseido Rogosetsu (A Commentary on Rongo): Bibliography, Philology, and Philosophy of Medicine. JJSMH, Vol. 52 (2006), No.4, pp.541-559.
  • Akitomo MATSUKI: A Bibliographical Study on Sixteen Extant Manuscripts of "Tonka Hiketsu" Translated by Sadayoshi Baba. JJSMH, Vol. 52 (2006), No.4, pp.561-600.
  • Tadashi SAWAI, Tatsuo SAKAI: Gaspard Bauhin and the Nomenclature of Muscles. JJSMH, Vol. 52 (2006), No.4, pp.601-630.
  • Akihito SUZUKI: New Researches in Medical History of Immigration. JJSMH, Vol. 52 (2006), No.4, pp.631-636.
  • Yasuo HARADA: In Memory of Dr. Yoshio Egawa. JJSMH, Vol. 52 (2006), No.4, pp.637-638.
  • Working Group for the Study of the Ikeda Documents: Research on the Ikeda Documents (30). JJSMH, Vol. 52 (2006), No.4, pp.639-645.
  • Akihito SUZUKI: Revisiting Moral Treatment: Psychiatric Therapeutics in England 1750-1850. JJSMH, Vol. 52 (2006), No.4, pp.690-704.
2006Vol. 52, No. 3
  • Takanori MATSUOKA, Koichi YAMASHITA, and Toru MURASAKI: A Substitute for Jinseng in the Azuchi Momoyama Era. JJSMH, Vol. 52 (2006), No.3, pp.349-360.
  • Hayato HIROTANI: Prof. Michiharu Matsuoka, Founder of the Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, Kyoto University, Achievements in Japanese Orthopaedic Surgery(Part 2: Articles Written by Prof. Matsuoka). JJSMH, Vol. 52 (2006), No.3, pp.361-394.
  • Tsutomu YAMASHITA: Pathology in the Carakasanhita, a Treatise of Indian Traditional Medicine, Translation and Notes on Volume 2, Chapter 1, Sections 1 to 15. JJSMH, Vol. 52 (2006), No.3, pp.395-424.
  • Yasuo OKADA: In the Beginning of the Symposium "Protecting Personal Data in Medical History Research". JJSMH, Vol. 52 (2006), No.3, pp.425-434.
  • Akira MORITA: Personal History Studies under Personal Data Protection Act of 2003. JJSMH, Vol. 52 (2006), No.3, pp.435-442.
  • Toshiyuki TAKIZAWA: Protection of Personal Data in the Editing of Academic Journals. JJSMH, Vol. 52 (2006), No.3, pp.443-450.
  • Working Group for the Study of the Ikeda Documents: Research on the Ikeda Documents (29). JJSMH, Vol. 52 (2006), No.3, pp.451-460.
  • Yasuaki FUKASE: "Igakusyo Goyodome" (Memorandum on Medical School of Edo) Written by Ryosai Tezuka (10)". JJSMH, Vol. 52 (2006), No.3, pp.461-464.
2006Vol. 52, No. 2
  • Junko YANAGIDA: Professionalization of Occupational Therapists-Based on Interviews with the Psychiatric Nurses and Instructors before Legislation on Occupational Therapists Was Passed. JJSMH, Vol. 52 (2006), No.2, pp.165-198.
  • Takanori MATSUOKA, Koichi YAMASHITA, and Toru MURASAKI: The Ideographic Iteration Marks in Senkinho. JJSMH, Vol. 52 (2006), No.2, pp.199-210.
  • Tatsuo SAKAI, Reitaro IKEDA, and Tadashi SAWAI: Galen's "On the anatomy of veins and arteries" Translation from the Greek Text and Discussion. JJSMH, Vol. 52 (2006), No.2, pp.211-272.
  • Takanori MATSUOKA, Koichi YAMASHITA, and Toru MURASAKI: The Association between the Medical Arts of Japan, Korea, and Ming Dynasty in Toyotomi Hideyoshi's War. JJSMH, Vol. 52 (2006), No.2, pp.273-292.
  • Hyonosuke IZUMI: Legitimation of Andries van Wesele, Andreas Vesalius's Father, by the Holy Roman Emperor Charles the Fifth. JJSMH, Vol. 52 (2006), No.2, pp.293-304.
  • Tateo NAGAYO: From Ko'iho to Ram'po. JJSMH, Vol. 52 (2006), No.2, pp.305-314.
  • Hyonosuke IZUMI: Jose Maria Peman's "La Santa Virreina": a Drama of the Quina Legend. JJSMH, Vol. 52 (2006), No.2, pp.311-314.
  • Yasuaki FUKASE: "Igakusyo Goyodome"" (Memorandum on Medical School of Edo) Written by Ryosai Tezuka (9)". JJSMH, Vol. 52 (2006), No.2, pp.315-318.
  • Yasumasa OKUZAWA: In Memory of Dr. Kazuyoshi WADA. JJSMH, Vol. 52 (2006), No.2, pp.319-320.
  • Yasumasa OKUZAWA: In Memory of Dr. Yoshikazu SUGITATSU. JJSMH, Vol. 52 (2006), No.2, pp.321-323.
2006Vol. 52, No. 1
  • Jiro SUZUKI: A Pioneering Psychiatrist and Great Cosmopolitan, Hiroji Mukasa. JJSMH, Vol. 52 (2006), No.1, pp. 07-09.
  • Hiroshi KAMBARA: The History of Japanese Orthopaedic Surgery and the Tashiro House. JJSMH, Vol. 52 (2006), No.1, pp. 10-19.
  • Mahito KAWASHIMA: Pioneer Spirit of Dutch Learning in the Domain of Nakatsu: Mainly the Medical History of Nakatsu before and after Meiji. JJSMH, Vol. 52 (2006), No.1, pp. 20-23.
  • Yumiko TORII: Maeno Ryotaku, an Innate Eccentric. JJSMH, Vol. 52 (2006), No.1, pp. 24-25.
  • Sumio ISHIDA: Ph.Fr.von Siebold and Masataka Okudaira, a Nakatsu Feudal Lord. JJSMH, Vol. 52 (2006), No.1, pp. 26-27.
  • Wolfgang MICHEL: MurakamiGensui and Oe Shunto: On the Conditions and Possibilities of Dutch Learning in Rural Areas. JJSMH, Vol. 52 (2006), No.1, pp. 28-29.
  • Teruo HIGUCHI: On the First Licensed Dentist of Japan, Dr.Ei-no-suke Obata. JJSMH, Vol. 52 (2006), No.1, pp. 30-31.
  • Tatsuo SHIMADA: Sunao Tawara and the Cardiac Conduction System, with Special Reference to Unknown Facts Demonstrated in an Original Paper. JJSMH, Vol. 52 (2006), No.1, pp. 32-33.
  • Mikio WATANABE, Junji TUTUI: "Kashi Denkiryoho,"" Translated by Sato Eihaku in 1881, and Its Original, ""Clinical Electro-Therapeutics,"" Written by A.M.Hamilton". JJSMH, Vol. 52 (2006), No.1, pp. 34-35.
  • Akihiko NISHIMAKI: Studies on the "Shokan Kinkyoroku". JJSMH, Vol. 52 (2006), No.1, pp. 36-37.
  • Ichiro FUJIKURA: Korotkov's "Concerning the problem of the methods for measuring the blood pressure; 2nd preliminary communication" and Discussion. JJSMH, Vol. 52 (2006), No.1, pp. 38-39.
  • Akitomo MATSUKI: Why did Hanaoka's Method of Anesthesia Decay Rapidly at the End of the Edo Period?. JJSMH, Vol. 52 (2006), No.1, pp. 40-41.
  • Satoshi SUZUKI: Prof.Shinobu Ishihara and Psychology. JJSMH, Vol. 52 (2006), No.1, pp. 42-43.
  • Tadashi SAWAI: Classification and Naming in Sylvius' Anatomical Text. JJSMH, Vol. 52 (2006), No.1, pp. 44-45.
  • Tatsuo SAKAI: A Comparative Study of Anatomy between Galen and Vesalius (4); Especially in Regard to the Cutaneous Veins. JJSMH, Vol. 52 (2006), No.1, pp. 46-47.
  • Miyoko TSUKISAWA: Invention in the Copy: the Expression of the Parts of the Ligation of the Human Anatomical Model of the Kyushu University Medical Faculty. JJSMH, Vol. 52 (2006), No.1, pp. 48-49.
  • Katsuko KATAOKA: A Study of Wooden Models of Human Skeletons Made in the Edo Era,Japan: Comparison of Hoshino, Kagami and Okuda Wooden Skeletons. JJSMH, Vol. 52 (2006), No.1, pp. 50-51.
  • Yoshinori KEIRA: The Expressiveness of the Body in "Konjaku monogatarishu". JJSMH, Vol. 52 (2006), No.1, pp. 52-53.
  • Sugino OISHI,Kanako KITA,Machiko HIRAO,Sawako HAGA: Censorship in Occupied Japan (2):Publication of "Magokoro" and "Hokenfu" in Kyushu. JJSMH, Vol. 52 (2006), No.1, pp. 54-55.
  • Morikuni SUGIURA: School Health Nursing Service of Osaka Introduced as a City Policy in the Taisho Age. JJSMH, Vol. 52 (2006), No.1, pp. 56-57.
  • Tsutomu ISHIHARA,Sachiko HARASHIMA: Shihoko Muramatsu, the Founder of the First Lying-in Infirmary in Japan and Charity. JJSMH, Vol. 52 (2006), No.1, pp. 58-59.
  • Ryoko KOUSAKA,Mayumi MIZUTA: Situation of Nursing Management in a Quarantine Hospital in the Meiji Era. JJSMH, Vol. 52 (2006), No.1, pp. 60-61.
  • Fusako EBINA,Machiko HIRAO,Sawako HAGA: A Study of Dr.Kanehiro Takaki's Thoughts on Health Education (1):From His Opinions Related to the Improvement of Elementary School Education in "Rinji Kyouiku Kaigi". JJSMH, Vol. 52 (2006), No.1, pp. 62-63.
  • Shozo AZAMI: "Rikugun gunigakko boeki kenkyu hokoku-dai-nibu"" (1):About the Outline". JJSMH, Vol. 52 (2006), No.1, pp. 64-65.
  • Seiji TANAKA,Satoru SUGITA,Takako MORIYAMA,Eiji MARUI: Acute Infectious Diseases in Occupied Japan (1946-1948). JJSMH, Vol. 52 (2006), No.1, pp. 66-67.
  • Yoko YOKOTA: The Claims of Medical Officers of Health and Their Backgrounds, Based on the Articles of The Journal of the Public Health Association of Japan. JJSMH, Vol. 52 (2006), No.1, pp. 68-69.
  • Miki KAWABATA: Public Baths in Terms of "Dainihon Shiritsu Eiseikai Zassi". JJSMH, Vol. 52 (2006), No.1, pp. 70-71.
  • Yuh SUGIURA: Acupuncture and Moxibustion in "Byomei-ikai". JJSMH, Vol. 52 (2006), No.1, pp. 72-73.
  • Kisaku TERAHATA: Establishment of Medical Libraries in the Meiji Period. JJSMH, Vol. 52 (2006), No.1, pp. 74-75.
  • Masaaki TONOSAKI, Nobuyasu KARASAWA, Hajime IWASAKI: Details of the Truth Regarding the Sudden Closure of Saiseigakusha (the Antecedent of Nippon Medical School):Professors' Pressure on Tokyo Imperial University. JJSMH, Vol. 52 (2006), No.1, pp. 76-77.
  • Hajime IWASAKI,Masaaki TONOSAKI,Nobuyasu KARASAWA: Shioda Hiroshige-the Third Predident of Nippon Medical School (NMS)-Who Served as the Bridge between Saisei Gakusya Medical School (the Predecessor of NMS) and Present NMS . JJSMH, Vol. 52 (2006), No.1, pp. 78-79.
  • Sachio TANAKA: Concerning the First Issure of "Toukei Zasshi" (1878). JJSMH, Vol. 52 (2006), No.1, pp. 80-81.
  • Toshiro SHIMURA,Nobuyasu KARASAWA,Koetsu ISHIKAWA,Akira TERAMOTO: Report on the Photography and Examination Questions Which Toetsu Ishikawa, Who Was Hideyo Noguchi's Classmate, Left at the Time of the Saisei-Gakusha Medical School. JJSMH, Vol. 52 (2006), No.1, pp. 82-83.
  • Akira KOBAYASHI: The French-Endowed Hospital in the Great Earthquake of 1923. JJSMH, Vol. 52 (2006), No.1, pp. 84-85.
  • Namika YANAGISAWA: The Establishment of Elizabeth Garrett Anderson Hospital. JJSMH, Vol. 52 (2006), No.1, pp. 86-87.
  • Akiko SUGIYAMA: The Formation of Health Promotion Activities by Citizens (3): Health Care Practice at "Sashiki Town" in Okinawa Prefecture. JJSMH, Vol. 52 (2006), No.1, pp. 88-89.
  • Osamu NAKAMURA: Family Care of Mentally Ill Patients in Iwakura, Kyoto, as Compared with in Oiwa, Toyama and Awai, Tokushima. JJSMH, Vol. 52 (2006), No.1, pp. 90-91.
  • Akira HASHIMOTO: Public Institutions for Custody of Mental Patients in Modern Japan. JJSMH, Vol. 52 (2006), No.1, pp. 92-93.
  • Yasuo OKADA: Forty Years of Public Assistance for Outpatient Treatment Fees of the Mentally Ill. JJSMH, Vol. 52 (2006), No.1, pp. 94-95.
  • Takako OKUTSU: Article on Moxa Cautery Published in a Women's Magazine during the Occupation Period; as Seen from the "Prange Collection". JJSMH, Vol. 52 (2006), No.1, pp. 96-97.
  • Yoshinobu UEDA: On Mulberry Moxibustion. JJSMH, Vol. 52 (2006), No.1, pp. 98-99.
  • Taihei TSURUTA: Methods of Emergency Moxibustion Published in "Meika-kyusen". JJSMH, Vol. 52 (2006), No.1, pp. 100-101.
  • Takahiro MIYAGAWA: The Study of the Surgical Treatment for Cataracts in China. JJSMH, Vol. 52 (2006), No.1, pp. 102-103.
  • Kazuhiro TOMOBE,Hiroshi KOSOTO: Historical Considerations on the Term "Shiraku". JJSMH, Vol. 52 (2006), No.1, pp. 104-105.
  • Yoshiito KOBA: Approval of "Seven pulses on death". JJSMH, Vol. 52 (2006), No.1, pp. 106-107.
  • Toshiyuki NAKAGAWA: Mai Jing's Pulse. JJSMH, Vol. 52 (2006), No.1, pp. 108-109.
  • Hiroki YOSHIOKA: About Writings on the Pulse Method "Shinmyakuyosyo," in the National Archives Cabinet Library. JJSMH, Vol. 52 (2006), No.1, pp. 110-111.
  • Yasuaki FUKASE: Clinical Documents of Hoko-in and Tsukuba Shimada. JJSMH, Vol. 52 (2006), No.1, pp. 112-113.
  • Nobuaki TAKAHASHI: Sugita Genpaku and Herb Doctors in Inpaku. JJSMH, Vol. 52 (2006), No.1, pp. 114-115.
  • Hideo TAKECHI: Mori Ogai and the Saxonian Army;from Documents of the Saxonian Central State Library. JJSMH, Vol. 52 (2006), No.1, pp. 116-117.
  • Hideo YAMADA: Hufeland's Art of Prolonging Life and the Recuperation Books in Japanese Medical History. JJSMH, Vol. 52 (2006), No.1, pp. 118-119.
  • Setsuko NAKAMURA,Machiko HIRAO: Jusei Hirano, the Author of "Youjyou Ketu" (1835), and His Thoughts on Health Regimens as a Practical Doctor . JJSMH, Vol. 52 (2006), No.1, pp. 120-121.
  • Keiko SUENAGA: Dr. Shomatsu Yokoyama, Who Rejected the Experiments on Living Bodies. JJSMH, Vol. 52 (2006), No.1, pp. 122-123.
  • Takashi INAMATSU: Hippocrates' Tree, 2006. JJSMH, Vol. 52 (2006), No.1, pp. 124-125.
  • Atsuo NAKANISHI: On the Textbook (Part II) of Internal Medicine by Ryotei Shingu. JJSMH, Vol. 52 (2006), No.1, pp. 126-127.
  • Kido SUGITA: Historical Observation on Death and Life. JJSMH, Vol. 52 (2006), No.1, pp. 128-129.
  • Yoshimaro KONISHI: Concerning "Tekitekisai yakushitu kochuho". JJSMH, Vol. 52 (2006), No.1, pp. 130-131.
  • Kazuko HABU: The Distribution of Herbal Medicines Imported in the Edo Period. JJSMH, Vol. 52 (2006), No.1, pp. 132-133.
  • Teruko NAKAMURA, Jiro ENDO, Wolfgang MICHEL, Takeshi OKUMURA: Studies on the Medicine Box of Yohaku Tahara. JJSMH, Vol. 52 (2006), No.1, pp. 134-135.
  • Yasuho NISHII: Tikusai Takegawa and the Memorandum on Cosmetics, "Keifun". JJSMH, Vol. 52 (2006), No.1, pp. 136-137.
  • Syoji YOSHIMOTO: Traditional Chinese Medicine and Taoism (26th) "Yin zhi wen". JJSMH, Vol. 52 (2006), No.1, pp. 138-139.
  • Kazuyuki SHIMADA: Regarding the Original Book of "Shogakujimshimkxyuri," Translated by Touan Matuyama and Iwakusu Morishita. JJSMH, Vol. 52 (2006), No.1, pp. 140-141.
  • Hiroshi SATOH: Supplementary Report on the Medical History of Bungo-Kitsuki. JJSMH, Vol. 52 (2006), No.1, pp. 142-143.
  • Makoto MAYANAGI: On the "Zhongjing Quanshu" and the "Songban Shanghan-Lun," Published by Zhao Kaimei. JJSMH, Vol. 52 (2006), No.1, pp. 144-145.
  • Yoshinobu HATA, Yasuhisa SHIMADA: Study on the Softbound Book of "Sei-igaku Touzen Shiwa". JJSMH, Vol. 52 (2006), No.1, pp. 146-147.
  • Shinichi MATSUO: On Kaiba Shinsho (Anatomy of the Horse) by Kikuchi Tosui. JJSMH, Vol. 52 (2006), No.1, pp. 148-149.
  • Jiro ENDO, Teruko NAKAMURA: Studies on "Gorin kudaki". JJSMH, Vol. 52 (2006), No.1, pp. 150-151.
  • Hiromasa OURA: The Nameless Person of "Shinbyokigai" is Shimaura Wadaichi. JJSMH, Vol. 52 (2006), No.1, pp. 152-153.
  • Senjuro MACHI,Hiroshi KOSOTO: The Connections between Japanese Classical Medical Literature and Kambun. JJSMH, Vol. 52 (2006), No.1, pp. 154-155.
  • Hiroshi KOSOTO, Senjuro MACHI: Studies on Manase Yoanin's Documents (IV)Supplement. JJSMH, Vol. 52 (2006), No.1, pp. 156-157.
  • Yosuke AMANO: Semantic Considerations on "Taishi kan" in Medical Classics . JJSMH, Vol. 52 (2006), No.1, pp. 158-159.
2005Vol. 51, No. 4
  • Senjuro MACHI, Hiroshi KOSOTO, Yosuke AMANO, Toshihiko HANAWA: The History and Library the Goda Family of Medical Doctors. JJSMH, Vol. 51 (2005), No. 4, pp. 527-548.
  • Toyoko KOZAI: Addendum to the Research on the Institutionalization of Anatomical Studies in Modern Japan. JJSMH, Vol. 51 (2005), No. 4, pp. 549-568.
  • Kahori MITSUHASHI: Evolution of Village Doctors from the Communist Regime to Contemporary China: Reeducation of the Barefoot Doctors in Rural Areas. JJSMH, Vol. 51 (2005), No. 4, pp. 569-592.
  • Satoko KOYAMA: The Relation between the Contents of "Yamaizoushi" Picture Scrolls and Goshirakawa Houou's Thought, JJSMH Vol. 51 (2005), No. 4, pp. 593-614.
  • Takanori MATSUOKA, Koichi YAMASHITA: Oriental and European Medicine in the Local Historian Masamichi Teraishi's Book. JJSMH, Vol. 51 (2005), No. 4, pp. 615-626.
  • Hyonosuke IZUMI: Invitation to Plurilingualism in Medical History. JJSMH, Vol. 51 (2005), No. 4, pp. 627-640.
  • In Memory of Dr. Susumu Hibino: Akira TAKAHASHI. JJSMH, Vol. 51 (2005), No. 4, pp. 641-644.
  • Working Group for the Study of the Ikeda Documents: Research on the Ikeda Documents (28) JJSMH, Vol. 51 (2005), No. 4, pp. 645-654.
  • Yasuaki FUKASE: Igakusho Goyodome (Memorandum on Medical School of Edo) Written by Ryosai Tezuka (8).JJSMH, Vol. 51 (2005), No. 4, pp. 655-659.
2005Vol. 51, No. 3
  • FUKASE, Yasuaki: Ogata Koan and Genshun Soeda: The Completion of the House of the President of the Western Medical School. JJSMH, Vol. 51 (2005), No.3, pp. 337-354.
  • MATSUKI, Akitomo: A Brief History of the Biographical Study of Seishu Hanaoka. JJSMH, Vol. 51 (2005), No.3, pp. 355-384.
  • HIROTANI, Hayato: Prof. Michiharu Matsuoka, Founder of the Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, Kyoto University, and His Achievements in Orthopaedic Surgery in the Meiji Era of Japan (Part 1: Establishment of the Department). JJSMH, Vol. 51 (2005), No.3, pp. 385-408.
  • SASAKI, Kyônosuke: The Youth of Dr. Hiizu MIYAKE and His Acquaintance with Teachers and Friends. JJSMH, Vol. 51 (2005), No.3, pp. 409-430.
  • Working Group for the Study of the Ikeda Documents: Research on the Ikeda Documents (27). JJSMH, Vol. 51 (2005), No.3, pp. 431-439.
  • KAMBARA, Hiroshi: In Memory of Dr. Naoichi Tsuyama. JJSMH, Vol. 51 (2005), No.3, pp. 440-442.
2005Vol. 51, No. 2
  • SHIBA, Tetsuo: Shibasaburô and Tekijuku. JJSMH, Vol. 51 (2005), No.2, pp. 145-147.
  • SASAKI, Kyônosuke: The Youth of Dr. Hiizu Miyake, the Oldest Japanese Doctor of Medicine, and His Acquaintance with His Teachers and Friends. JJSMH, Vol. 51 (2005), No.2, pp. 148-149.
  • HANAWA, Toshihiko: Kampo Medicine, Its Traditional Role and Future Perspectives in Japan. JJSMH, Vol. 51 (2005), No.2, pp. 150-157.
  • TSUKISAWA, Miyoko: An Attempt in Medical History Using the JMH Integrated Database System with Documents and Instruments. JJSMH, Vol. 51 (2005), No.2, pp. 158-159.
  • NAKAYAMA, Manabu / KUROSAWA, Manabu / SAKAI, Shizu: A Report on the Historical Materials of Nakajima in Okugun, Okayama Prefecture. JJSMH, Vol. 51 (2005), No.2, pp. 160-161.
  • MICHEL, Wolfgang, ENDO, Jirô / NAKAMURA, Teruko: Medical Instrument Trade in the Meiji Period on Shirai Matsunosuke. JJSMH, Vol. 51 (2005), No.2, pp. 162-163.
  • ENDO, Jirô, NAKAMURA, Teruko, MICHEL, Wolfgang: Sino-Japanese Traditional Physicians' Medicine Boxes of the Hojo Family in Sado, Niigata Prefecture. JJSMH, Vol. 51 (2005), No.2, pp. 164-165.
  • NAKAMURA, Teruko / ENDO, Jirô / MICHEL, Wolfgang: The Medicine Box of Ryotei Shingu. JJSMH, Vol. 51 (2005), No.2, pp. 166-167.
  • MACHI, Senjuro, KOSOTO, Hiroshi, HANAWA, Toshihiko: Studies on Manase Yoanin's Documents (1)-Family Line and Their Portraits. JJSMH, Vol. 51 (2005), No.2, pp. 169-170.
  • KOSOTO, Hiroshi / TOMOBE, Kazuhiro / MACHI, Senjuro: Studies on Manase Yoanin's Documents (2)-Outline Part 1. JJSMH, Vol. 51 (2005), No.2, pp. 171-172.
  • TOMOBE, Kazuhiro / MACHI, Senjurô / KOSOTO, Hiroshi: Studies on Manase Yoanin's Documents (3)-Outline Part 2. JJSMH, Vol. 51 (2005), No.2, pp. 173-174.
  • FUKUSHIMA, Osamu: The Stream of Medical Education. JJSMH, Vol. 51 (2005), No.2, pp. 175-176.
  • AIKAWA, Tadaomi: Learning a Spirit of Total Care from the Predecessor's Footsteps and Present Social Welfare Service. JJSMH, Vol. 51 (2005), No.2, pp. 177-178.
  • TAKANA, Sachio: Narabayashi Surgery, Using Comparison with Pictures by Pare (1627) and Sculteti (1657). JJSMH, Vol. 51 (2005), No.2, pp. 180-181.
  • KAWASHIMA, Mahito, SHIBATA, Catrina: The License of Kurisaki School, Kinsô Surgery for Gensen Ôe. JJSMH, Vol. 51 (2005), No.2, pp. 182-183.
  • MASAHASHI, Kôji: "Kahosho" Frequently Used Prescriptions at Nagasaki's Surgical Clinic". JJSMH, Vol. 51 (2005), No.2, pp. 184-185.
  • KAMBARA, Hiroshi: The Family Line of Wada kendo, One of the Revisers of "Kyoinsai Seikotsu Yoketsu" ("The Essentials of Bone and Joint Injuries") and Is Editing Period. JJSMH, Vol. 51 (2005), No.2, pp. 186-187.
  • KATAOKA, Katsuko: How "Shinkangi" (Hoshino Wooden Skeletons) were Made. JJSMH, Vol. 51 (2005), No.2, pp. 188-189.
  • MATSUKI, Akitomo: Who Wrote the "Nyugan-chikenroku"?. JJSMH, Vol. 51 (2005), No.2, pp. 190-191.
  • NAKAMURA, Setsuko / HIRAO, Machiko: Jusei Hirano, Author of "Kakkei Ihen" (1854) and His Medical Thought. JJSMH, Vol. 51 (2005), No.2, pp. 192-193.
  • TATENO, Masami: On I-sho, with Taki Motokata's Marginal Notes from the Oriental Medicine Research Center, The Kitasato Institute. JJSMH, Vol. 51 (2005), No.2, pp. 194-195.
  • AOKI, Michio: Keichu Takano-An Ophthalmologist Who Lived in Sekiyado Cho Kirigasaku. JJSMH, Vol. 51 (2005), No.2, pp. 196-197.
  • ISHIHARA, Tsutomu: Neiichi Minagaki and His Family Tress. JJSMH, Vol. 51 (2005), No.2, pp. 198-199.
  • SUZUKI, Noriko: Leprosy and Syphilis in the Edo Era. JJSMH, Vol. 51 (2005), No.2, pp. 200-201.
  • KAWABE, Hiroyuki: Legal Infectious Diseases in the Edo Era-Smallpox, Measles, Chichen Pox. JJSMH, Vol. 51 (2005), No.2, pp. 202-203.
  • SHIMIZU, Eiichi: The Oldest Marathon Race in Japan: Ansei no Toashi. JJSMH, Vol. 51 (2005), No.2, pp. 204-205.
  • AIKAWA, Tadaomi / SAKAI, Shizu: Modern Clinical Laboratory Methods Taught by Pompe van Meerdervoort. JJSMH, Vol. 51 (2005), No.2, pp. 206-207.
  • IWASAKI, Hajime / TONOSAKI, Masaaki / KARASAWA, Nobuyasu: On Letters and Reports about Saisei-Gakusha Medical School Written by Kawakami Genjiro and on Textbooks Used at Saisei-Gakusha Medical School in Its Early Period. JJSMH, Vol. 51 (2005), No.2, pp. 208-209.
  • HIGUCHI, Teruo: On the Medical Practitioner Qualifying Examination at Tokyo Prefecture Hospital Held in 1879. JJSMH, Vol. 51 (2005), No.2, pp. 210-211.
  • NISHII, Yasuho: Records of Surgery at Juntendô-iin Written by Kakutaro Nishii. JJSMH, Vol. 51 (2005), No.2, pp. 212-213.
  • OKAYAMA, Yasuko / YODA, Kazumi: M.A.J. Richard's Traveling Course to Kyoto from Shanghai in 1886. JJSMH, Vol. 51 (2005), No.2, pp. 214-215.
  • URAYAMA, Kika: About Two Notebooks of Anatomy by Toyosaburô ONO. JJSMH, Vol. 51 (2005), No.2, pp. 216-217.
  • TONOSAKI, Masaaki / KARASAWA, Nobuyasu / IWASAKI, Hajime: Failure of Private Japan Medical School's Founder Masatsugu Yamane Regarding Medical Education. JJSMH, Vol. 51 (2005), No.2, pp. 218-219.
  • HAGA, Sawako, HIRAO / Machiko / EBINA, Fusako: The Article of "Mrs. Macgee Visits Japan" and Dr. Kanehiro Takaki's Thought Regarding Nurses-from "Seiikai Geppo" 1904. JJSMH, Vol. 51 (2005), No.2, pp. 220-221.
  • SUZUKI, Akihito: Diffusion of Cholera in Modern Japan I. JJSMH, Vol. 51 (2005), No.2, pp. 222-223.
  • NAGASHIMA, Takeshi: Diffusion of Cholera in Modern Japan II. JJSMH, Vol. 51 (2005), No.2, pp. 224-225.
  • ICHIKAWA, Tomo: Diffusion of Cholera in Modern Japan III. JJSMH, Vol. 51 (2005), No.2, pp. 226-227.
  • KASAHARA, Hidehiko: A Study on the Function of Governmental Pamphlets for Public Health. JJSMH, Vol. 51 (2005), No.2, pp. 228-229.
  • OKADA, Yasuo: The Comparative History of Legislation and Care for the Patients of Hansen Disease and the Mentally Ill. JJSMH, Vol. 51 (2005), No.2, pp. 230-231.
  • BAY, Alexander: Leprosy as Enemy of the State. JJSMH, Vol. 51 (2005), No.2, pp. 232-233.
  • AIDA, Satoshi: On the Early Introduction of Bacterial Gram's Staining in Japan. JJSMH, Vol. 51 (2005), No.2, pp. 234-235.
  • NAKAYAMA, Sosogu: Dr. Jokichi Takamine Said that He Was a Student of the Private School (Tekijuku) Founded by Koan Ogata. JJSMH, Vol. 51 (2005), No.2, pp. 236-237.
  • HIROTANI, Hayato: Life of Prof. Michiharu Matsuoka, the Founder of the Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, Kyoto University. JJSMH, Vol. 51 (2005), No.2, pp. 238-239.
  • NAKANISHI, Atsuo: A Short History of Dr. Daijo Ohinata. JJSMH, Vol. 51 (2005), No.2, pp. 240-241.
  • SATOH, Hiroshi: Prof. Masanaga Ogawa, a Researcher of Medical History and Author of "Seiyo Igaku Shi". JJSMH, Vol. 51 (2005), No.2, pp. 242-243.
  • TERAHATA, Kisaku: The Japan Medical Society and Kensaburo Ogawa. JJSMH, Vol. 51 (2005), No.2, pp. 244-245.
  • FUKASE, Yasuaki: Action for Collecting Edward Jenner's Portraits in "Zen-na Yowa" (Jenner's Story). JJSMH, Vol. 51 (2005), No.2, pp. 246-247.
  • YOSHIMOTO, Shoji: Taoism and Traditional Chinese Medicine, "Kokakaku" (25). JJSMH, Vol. 51 (2005), No.2, pp. 248-249.
  • YOSHIOKA, Hiroki: A Consideration of "Hemorrhoids", Seen in Excavation Medical Books. JJSMH, Vol. 51 (2005), No.2, pp. 250-251.
  • KOBA, Yoshiito: The Therapeutic Gain of "Ashi-San-Li" in "Meidoh". JJSMH, Vol. 51 (2005), No.2, pp. 252-253.
  • MIYAGAWA, Takahiro: A Study of Zhang Wen-zhong's Acupuncture and Moxibustion Treatment. JJSMH, Vol. 51 (2005), No.2, pp. 254-255.
  • NAKAGAWA, Toshiyuki: Chinese Systematic Pulse Mention. JJSMH, Vol. 51 (2005), No.2, pp. 256-257.
  • UEDA, Yoshinobu: The Pine Needle Method for Treating Swelling. JJSMH, Vol. 51 (2005), No.2, pp. 258-259.
  • LEI, Ding: Kishida Ginko's Answer to the Opium Problem in China. JJSMH, Vol. 51 (2005), No.2, pp. 260-261.
  • KEIRA, Yoshinori: The Expressiveness of the Body in "Nihonryoiki". JJSMH, Vol. 51 (2005), No.2, pp. 262-263.
  • GOTOU, Shirou: A Study of "Daidô Ishiki" (2). JJSMH, Vol. 51 (2005), No.2, pp. 264-265.
  • TERAKAWA, Kana: Acupuncture of "Azumakagami". JJSMH, Vol. 51 (2005), No.2, pp. 266-267.
  • KIMURA, Makoto: The Origin of the Medical Term "Kanbo". JJSMH, Vol. 51 (2005), No.2, pp. 268-269.
  • MATSUO, Shinichi: The Supplement of Anzai Ryu Bai Densho in 1464 (Anzai Picture Scroll on Equine Medicine). JJSMH, Vol. 51 (2005), No.2, pp. 270-271.
  • YAMADA, Hideo / YAMAUCHI, Kazunobu: The Medicine and Comparison with P.A.Paracelsus of the Saint Doctor Tokuhon Nagata. JJSMH, Vol. 51 (2005), No.2, pp. 272-273.
  • AZAMI, Shozo: The 15 Years War and the Japanese Society of Health and Human Ecology (3)-Controversy over Academic Society Name and Research Topics in Postwar Days. JJSMH, Vol. 51 (2005), No.2, pp. 274-275.
  • HASHIMOTO, Akira: Confined Mental Patients in 1940. JJSMH, Vol. 51 (2005), No.2, pp. 276-277.
  • TSUTANI, Kiichiro: Was the World's First RCT Conducted by Unit 731 in Manchuria?. JJSMH, Vol. 51 (2005), No.2, pp. 278-279.
  • SUGITA, Satoru / MARUI, Eiji: Studies of Hansen's Disease Affairs during the Allied Occupation of Japan According to GHQ Documents (Ryukyu and ROK). JJSMH, Vol. 51 (2005), No.2, pp. 280-281.
  • OKUTSU, Takako: Dr. Hidetsurumaru Ishikawa and the GHQ Whirlwind Influence that the "Acupuncture and Moxibustion Ban" Event Uunder Occupation Gave Future Generations. JJSMH, Vol. 51 (2005), No.2, pp. 282-283.
  • OISHI, Sugino, KITA, Kanako, HIRAO, Machiko, HAGA, Sawako: Censorship in Occupied Japan (1)-Analysis of Articles in "The Japanese Journal of Nursing". JJSMH, Vol. 51 (2005), No.2, pp. 284-285.
  • WATANABE, Mikio: The National Dispute over BCG Inoculation at the Time of Enactment of the Tuberculosis Prevention Law in Japan in 1951. JJSMH, Vol. 51 (2005), No.2, pp. 286-287.
  • YANAGIDA, Junko: Professionalization of Psychiatric Occupational Therapists (2)-Influence on the Nurses and Instructors after the Legislation of OT in 1965. JJSMH, Vol. 51 (2005), No.2, pp. 288-289.
  • SUGIYAMA, Akiko: The Formation of Health Promotion Activities by Citizens (2)-Professional Support to the Citizens. JJSMH, Vol. 51 (2005), No.2, pp. 290-291.
  • IZUMI, Hyônosuke: Legitimation of Andries van Wesele, Andreas Vesalius's Father, by Emperor Charles the Fifth. JJSMH, Vol. 51 (2005), No.2, pp. 292-293.
  • SAWAI, Tadashi: The Names of Muscles in Early Modern Anatomical Texts. JJSMH, Vol. 51 (2005), No.2, pp. 294-295.
  • KADOTA, Eiji: The Following Experience in the Neuroanatomical Observation Described in Cerebri Anatome by Thomas Willis. JJSMH, Vol. 51 (2005), No.2, pp. 296-297.
  • ISHIDA, Sumio: A Study of Different Versions of "Anatomiche Tabellen". Part 2. JJSMH, Vol. 51 (2005), No.2, pp. 298-299.
  • YANAGISAWA, Namika: The Establishment of Moorfields Eye Hospital. JJSMH, Vol. 51 (2005), No.2, pp. 300-301.
  • KOBAYASHI, Akira: Baron Guillaume Dupuytren (1777-1835), an Aloof and Solitary Surgeon. JJSMH, Vol. 51 (2005), No.2, pp. 302-303.
  • FUJIKURA, Ichiro: Theory of Korotkoff Sound. JJSMH, Vol. 51 (2005), No.2, pp. 304-305.
  • SHIBATA, Katrina / KAWASHIMA, Mahito: Opening of the Ohe Medical Museum. JJSMH, Vol. 51 (2005), No.2, pp. 306-307.
  • NOJIRI, Kayoko / AOKI, Nobuo: Collection, Preservation and Research of Materials Related to Medical History. JJSMH, Vol. 51 (2005), No.2, pp. 308-309.
  • INAMATSU, Tadashi: Hippocrates's Trees in Japan. JJSMH, Vol. 51 (2005), No.2, pp. 310-311.
  • IKAI, Yoshio: Wu Dynasty Bamboo Slips from Zoumalou, Changsha, and "Shanghanlun". JJSMH, Vol. 51 (2005), No.2, pp. 312-313.
  • : The Transition from Fen Deng to Deng Fen GUO, Xiu mei. JJSMH, Vol. 51 (2005), No.2, pp. 314-315.
  • NISHIMAKI, Akihiko: Studies on the "Kou chi lei yao"'s Sphere of Medical Treatment. JJSMH, Vol. 51 (2005), No.2, pp. 316-317.
  • SUZUKI, Tatsuhiko, ENDO, Jiro, NAKAMURA, Teruko: Studies on "Kokon hoi" Compiled by Koga Tsugen. JJSMH, Vol. 51 (2005), No.2, pp. 318-319.
  • MIZUNO, Yoko: Todo Yoshimasu's Realization about Jun-chen-zuo-shi. JJSMH, Vol. 51 (2005), No.2, pp. 320-321.
  • OURA, Hiromasa: The Historial Spots and Wooden Statues of Ashihara Kengyo, Writer of the Book Shindo Happi on Acupuncture Theory and Re-establisher of the Kiso Family Name. JJSMH, Vol. 51 (2005), No.2, pp. 322-323.
  • AMANO, Yosuke, MIYAKAWA, Kouya, KOBAYASHI, Kenji, NOZAWA, Takayuki: Stories of Predicting Disaster by Pulse Diagnosis, Which Appeared in "Nihon Ifu". JJSMH, Vol. 51 (2005), No.2, pp. 324-325.
  • MAYANAGI, Makoto: On the Characteristics of Extant Medical Classics in Korea. JJSMH, Vol. 51 (2005), No.2, pp. 326-327.
  • MITSUHASHI, Kaori: Mass Education and Health Care in Ding Xian Experimental District in Pre-Revolutionary Chin. JJSMH, Vol. 51 (2005), No.2, pp. 328-329.
2005Vol. 51, No. 1
  • SAWAI, Tadashi, SAKAI, Tatsuo: Laurentius on Anatomy. JJSMH, Vol.51 (2005), No.1, pp.3-24.
  • LIANG Yongxuan / MAYANAGI Makoto: Okada Kousho and Historical Material of Medical Exchange between Japan and China in the Last Part of the Qing Dynasty. JJSMH, Vol.51 (2005), No.1, pp.25-49.
  • OURA, Hiromasa: A Short Biography of Ashihara Kengyo. JJSMH, Vol.51 (2005), No.1, pp.51-81.
  • TAKIZAWA, Toshiyuki: Self-Cultivation and Cultural Activities of a Rural Doctor of the Late Edo Era: The Example of TSUJI Genjun. JJSMH, Vol.51 (2005), No.1, pp.83-103.
  • SUZUKI, Goro: In Memory of Dr. Akira Akahori. JJSMH, Vol.51 (2005), No.1, pp.104-106.
  • SUNAGA, Yasuichi: The Cholera Outbreaks Reported by Dr. Mailhet of France: Examples in the Ikuno and Himeji Areas. JJSMH, Vol.51 (2005), No.1, pp.107-110.
  • Working Group for the Study of the Ikeda Documents: Research on the Ikeda Documents (26). JJSMH, Vol.51 (2005), No.1, pp.111-119.
2004Vol. 50, No. 4
  • SUZUKI, Noriko: Measles and Medical Care of the Edo Era: Consideration of a Background of a Measles Disturbance of Bunkyu 2. JJSMH, Vol.50 (2004), No.3, pp.501-546.
  • ENDO, Jirô / NAKAMURA, Teruko: Questions Relating to Manase Gensaku's Medical Writings: Did Manase Gensaku Write Sankyoshiyo Bassui and Saiminki? JJSMH, Vol.50 (2004), No.3, pp.547-568.
  • SUZUKI, Chiharu: Transition of the Doctrine from Ancient to Medieval China for Embryo and Fetus on Each Month during Pregnancy Period. JJSMH, Vol.50 (2004), No.3, pp.569-589.
  • IZUMI, Hyonosuke: Andreas Vesalius in the Spanish Court. JJSMH, Vol.50 (2004), No.3, pp.591-616.
  • TODE, Ichiro and MACHI Senjuro: The Documents of 1794 Medical Examination at Igakkan (3). JJSMH, Vol.50 (2004), No.3, pp.617-627.
  • Working Group for the Study of the Ikeda Documents: Research on the Ikeda Documents (25). JJSMH, Vol.50 (2004), No.3, pp.628-637.
  • FUKASE, Yasuaki: Igakusho Goyodome (Memorandum on Medical School of Edo) Written by Ryosai Tezuka (7). JJSMH, Vol.50 (2004), No.3, pp.638-644.
2004Vol. 50, No. 3
  • KODAKA, Shuji: A Study of Song Period Medical and Recuperative Methods, According to Su Shi's Poetry and Documents. JJSMH, Vol.50 (2004), No.3, pp.349-370.
  • SUNAGA, Taiichi: French Physicians in Government-Sponsored Industrial Enterprises During the Meiji Era: Establishment of the Medical Service System. JJSMH, Vol.50 (2004), No.3, pp.371-389.
  • Ichirô FUJIKURA: Korotkoff and the Discovery of the Auscultatory Method of Blood Pressure Measuring. JJSMH, Vol.50 (2004), No.3, pp.391-403.
  • Yasuaki FUKASE: On the Origin of the False Theory on 82 Contributors to the Otamagaike Institution for Vaccination. JJSMH, Vol.50 (2004), No.3, pp.405-427.
  • Ichiro TODE / Senjurô MACHI: The Documents of 1794 Medical Examination at Igakkan (2) . JJSMH, Vol.50 (2004), No.3, pp.428-448.
  • Yoshinobu HATA / Yasuhisa SHIMADA / Kiyoshi NAGASE: Addendum of Sei Igaku Tozen Shiwa. JJSMH, Vol.50 (2004), No.3, pp.449-451.
  • MICHEL, Wolfgang / WERGER-KLEIN Elke: Drop by Drop: The Introduction of Western Distillation Techniques into Seventeenth-Century Japan. JJSMH, Vol.50 (2004), No.3, pp.463-492.
  • MARKETOS, Spyros: Hippocratic Medicine and Philosophy at the End of the 20th Century (2). JJSMH, Vol.50 (2004), No.3, pp.493-498.
2004Vol. 50, No. 2
  • SHAO Pei: A Comparative Study on Inoculation in China and Japan , JJSMH, Vol.50 (2004), No.1, pp. 187-222.
  • Hiromasa OURA / Hiroshi KOSOTO: A Study on Sugiyama Shinden Ryu Which Is Owned by Sugiyama Kengyo Itoku Kenshokai, JJSMH, Vol.50 (2004), No.1, pp. 223-242.
  • Ayako KAMISATO-TOKORO: Construction Details of the Establishment and Entry System of Medical Association in the GHQ Occupation Period, JJSMH, Vol.50 (2004), No.1, pp. 243-274.
  • Keinosuke NARA / Shinichi IWAI, Akio YOKOCHI / Katsuji OGUCHI: Zur Geschichte der Forschungen ueber die Wirkung Elektromagnetischer Wellen auf den menschlichen Koerper und die therapeutische Nutzung dieser Wellen, JJSMH, Vol.50 (2004), No.1, pp. 275-289.
2004Vol. 50, No. 1
  • Yasuo ARAI: D.B.Simmons, American Doctor, JJSMH, Vol.50 (2004), No.1, pp.6-9.
  • Toyohiko KIKUTANI: A Study of Extracted Kampo Drugs from the Standpoint of the History of Medicine, JJSMH, Vol.50 (2004), No.1, pp.10-12.
  • Yasuaki FUKASE: On the Origin of the False Theory on 82 Contributors to the Otamagaike Institutions for Vaccination, JJSMH, Vol.50 (2004), No.1, pp.013-16.
  • Kunio AOKI: White Haven Sanatorium and Dr. Laurence F. Flick, JJSMH, Vol.50 (2004), No.1, pp.18-19.
  • Shigenori SUZUKI, Shunichi MIYASHITA: The History of the Communication between Freiburg University and Hokkaido University, from Gynecological, Obstetrical and Neonatal Points of View, JJSMH, Vol.50 (2004), No.1, pp.20-21.
  • Setsuko NAKAMURA, Machiko HIRAO: Jusei Hirano, Author of 'Byokasuchi,' and His Pedigree, JJSMH, Vol.50 (2004), No.1, pp.22-23.
  • Yasuko OKAYAMA, Kazumi YODA: M.A.J.Richards's Traveling Course to Kyoto from Yokohama after Arriving in Japan on January 1886, JJSMH, Vol.50 (2004), No.1, pp.24-25.
  • Sugino OHISHI: Nursing Reform by GHQ/SCAP: G. E. Alt's Surroundings in Japan, JJSMH, Vol.50 (2004), No.1, pp.26-27.
  • Sawako HAGA / Choko SUMIYOSHI /Machiko HIRAO: The First Student Nurses from Japan and St. Thomas' Hospital, JJSMH, Vol.50 (2004), No.1, pp.28-29.
  • Akihiko WATANABE: Dr. Riichiro Saeki's Study and Training at University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, According to University of Pennsylvania Catalogue and Announcements 1887-1888, JJSMH, Vol.50 (2004), No.1, pp.30-31.
  • Tsutomu ISHIHARA: 'San-iku Hen,' Written by Bunpaku Yamabe, the Physician of the Nakatsu Clan (2), JJSMH, Vol.50 (2004), No.1, pp.32-33.
  • Namika YANAGISAWA: The Establishment of the Royal Brompton Hospital, JJSMH, Vol.50 (2004), No.1, pp.34-35.
  • Sumio ISHIDA: A Study of Different Versions of 'Anatomische Tabellen', JJSMH, Vol.50 (2004), No.1, pp.36-37.
  • Tatsuo SAKAI: A Comparative Study of Anatomy between Galen and Vesalius (3) - Especially in Regard to the Portal Vein, JJSMH, Vol.50 (2004), No.1, pp.38-39.
  • Hyonosuke IZUMI: Andreas Vesalius in the Spanish Court, JJSMH, Vol.50 (2004), No.1, pp.40-41.
  • Eiji KADOTA: Cerebri Anatome by Thomas Wills and Its Descriptions about the Mechanism of the Central Nervous System Activity, JJSMH, Vol.50 (2004), No.1, pp.42-43.
  • Ichiro FUJIKURA: Kortokoff and the Discovery of the Auscultatory Method of Bloodpressure Measuring , JJSMH, Vol.50 (2004), No.1, pp.44-45.
  • Wakana BABA: Malaria in Jerusalem at the Beginning of the 20th Century, JJSMH, Vol.50 (2004), No.1, pp.46-47.
  • Nanami SUZUKI: Health Reform in the Nineteenth-Century United States of America: Social and Cultural Meaning of Vegetarianism, JJSMH, Vol.50 (2004), No.1, pp.48-49.
  • Teruko NAKAMURA, Jiro ENDO, Wolfgang MICHEL: 'Asada Sohaku's Medicine Chest Collection' in the Naito Museum of Pharmaceutical Science and Industry', JJSMH, Vol.50 (2004), No.1, pp.50-51.
  • Jiro ENDO, Teruko NAKAMURA: Questions on the Compiler of 'Shukokiku', JJSMH, Vol.50 (2004), No.1, pp.52-53.
  • Hiroshi KOSOTO, Senjuro MACHI: An Outline of the Taki-ke Library in Kitasato-Ishiken's Possession, JJSMH, Vol.50 (2004), No.1, pp.54-55.
  • Akihito SUZUKI: Periodicity of Measles and the Diffusion of Diseases in Modern Japan, JJSMH, Vol.50 (2004), No.1, pp.56-57.
  • Hiroyuki KAWABE: A Study of Smallpox and Vaccination in Kanagawa Prefecture in 1855-75, JJSMH, Vol.50 (2004), No.1, pp.58-59.
  • Satoru SUGITA, Eiji MARUI: Studies of Hansen's Disease Affairs during the Allied Occupation of Japan, According to GHQ Documents, JJSMH, Vol.50 (2004), No.1, pp.60-61.
  • Tomo ICHIKAWA: Analysis of Statistics of Smallpox and Vaccination in Yokohama, JJSMH, Vol.50 (2004), No.1, pp.62-63.
  • Noriko SUZUKI: Consciousness of Syphilis in the Edo Era, JJSMH, Vol.50 (2004), No.1, pp.64-65.
  • Takeshi NAKGASHIMA: Typhoid Fever in Tokyo City during the Taisho Period, JJSMH, Vol.50 (2004), No.1, pp.66-67.
  • Mikio WATANABE: Four Tuberculosis Outbreaks Which Occurred after Mass Vaccination Other Than BCG in the Post World War II Era in Japan, JJSMH, Vol.50 (2004), No.1, pp.68-69.
  • Hiromasa OURA, Toshihiko HANAWA, Shogo ISHINO: The Successors of the 'Sugiyama Shindenryu' Sect - Those Who Were Accomplished and Succeeded to One of the Main Sects of Japanese Acupuncture in the Mid Edo Period, JJSMH, Vol.50 (2004), No.1, pp.70-71.
  • Kouya MIYAKAWA, Shogo ISHINO, Toshihiko HANAWA: The Graph of Chinese Medical Needles, JJSMH, Vol.50 (2004), No.1, pp.72-73.
  • Toshiyuki NAKAGAWA: Analysis of Twenty Four Pulses, JJSMH, Vol.50 (2004), No.1, pp.74-75.
  • Hiroki YOSHIOKA: On the Moxibustion of Many Houses before the Tang Dynasty in 'Senkinpou', JJSMH, Vol.50 (2004), No.1, pp.76-77.
  • Yoshito KOBA: About the 'Ming-tang' Article Quoted in the 'Wai-tai-mi-yao-fang,' Volume 39, JJSMH, Vol.50 (2004), No.1, pp.078-79.
  • Yoshinobu UEDA: A Study of 'Kouitukyo,' Quoted in 'Seisaisoroku' Shinkyumon, JJSMH, Vol.50 (2004), No.1, pp.80-81.
  • Takahiro MIYAGAWA: A Study of 'Sinkyu Aze Youketsu', JJSMH, Vol.50 (2004), No.1, pp.82-83.
  • Susumu HORIE: Distribution of the Different Kanji Characters Meaning Needles in 'Lingshu', JJSMH, Vol.50 (2004), No.1, pp.84-85.
  • Junko YANAGIDA: Professionalization of Psychiatric Occupational Therapists-Changes in Job Characteristics after the Legislation in 1965, JJSMH, Vol.50 (2004), No.1, pp.86-87.
  • Yukio SHIBATA: Language Education and Liberal Arts at High Schools (B Group) and Preparatory Courses of Medical Colleges in the Old System, JJSMH, Vol.50 (2004), No.1, pp.88-89.
  • Yoshio EGAWA: On the Activities of the Chairman of the City and Prefectural Medical Association at the Time at the Dropping of the Hiroshima Atomic Bomb, JJSMH, Vol.50 (2004), No.1, pp.90-91.
  • Shozo AZAMI: The 15 Years War and the Japanese Society of Health and Human Ecology (2) - Activities of the Society Regarding the National Eugenics Law-, JJSMH, Vol.50 (2004), No.1, pp.92-93.
  • Keinosuke NARA, Shinichi IWAI, Akio YOKOCHI, Katsuki OGUCHI: Research on Living Body Influence and the History of Medical Treatment by Electromagnetic Waves, JJSMH, Vol.50 (2004), No.1, pp.94-95.
  • Kisaku TERAHATA: The Beginning of Medical Cinema in Japan, JJSMH, Vol.50 (2004), No.1, pp.96-97.
  • Akiko SUGIYAMA: The Formation of Health Promotion Activities by Citizens - Health Care Practice at Yachiho Village in Nagano Prefecture -, JJSMH, Vol.50 (2004), No.1, pp.98-99.
  • Kaori MITSUHASHI: Medical Education and In-service Training for Bare-foot Doctors in China, JJSMH, Vol.50 (2004), No.1, pp.100-101.
  • Nobuyasu KARASAWA, Masaaki TONOSAKI: A Report on Bacteriologist Dr. Norihiko Asakawa of Saiseigakusha (Teacher of Hideo Noguchi at Tokyo University Infectious Disease Laboratory), JJSMH, Vol.50 (2004), No.1, pp.102-103.
  • Yuichiro HIRAI: Kensuke Mitsuda as a Physician of the Tokyo Yoi-kuin , JJSMH, Vol.50 (2004), No.1, pp.104-105.
  • Shunichi MIYASHITA: Dr. Baelz's Visit in Hokkaido and New Historical Materials - 'Ishikari-kiko' (by F. Sekiba), JJSMH, Vol.50 (2004), No.1, pp.106-107.
  • Senjuro MACHI, Hiroshi KOSOTO: Ishiguro Tadanori and Noguchi Hideyo-First Report on the Fuen Library, JJSMH, Vol.50 (2004), No.1, pp.108-109.
  • Akira KOBAYASHI: Ryoun Takamatsu (1836-1916) and France, JJSMH, Vol.50 (2004), No.1, pp.110-111.
  • Hidehiko KASAHARA: Dr. Sensai Nagayo and Sanitary Revolution, JJSMH, Vol.50 (2004), No.1, pp.112-113.
  • Tadaomi AIKAWA: Research of Natural History of Otto G. J. Mohnike, JJSMH, Vol.50 (2004), No.1, pp.114-115.
  • Yoto SHIMIZU: The Educational Beginnings of Occidental Medicine in the Niigata Ceremony at J. P. I. Vidal, JJSMH, Vol.50 (2004), No.1, pp.116-117.
  • Sosogu NAKAYAMA: Therapeutic Records and Lecture Notes on Ophthalmology by Dr. A. F. Bauduin in the Osaka Hospital, JJSMH, Vol.50 (2004), No.1, pp.118-119.
  • Miyoko TSUKISAWA: 'Kunstlijk' Imported from France and the Start of Manuscripts on Human Anatomical Models Early in the Meiji-era Japan, JJSMH, Vol.50 (2004), No.1, pp.120-121.
  • Lei DING: The Pharmaceutical Enterprise of Kishida Ginzo in Modern Shanghai (1860-1890), JJSMH, Vol.50 (2004), No.1, pp.122-123.
  • Kohji MASAHASHI: On the Newly Found Notes 'Teiensensei-Sowa', JJSMH, Vol.50 (2004), No.1, pp.124-125.
  • Akitomo MATSUKI: Ryukei Sugita and a Breast Cancer Operation in Edo in 1813, JJSMH, Vol.50 (2004), No.1, pp.126-127.
  • Eiichi SHIMIZU: The Population Problem and the Policy of the Annaka Itakura Han, JJSMH, Vol.50 (2004), No.1, pp.128-129.
  • Shiro GOTO, Teruko NAKAMURA, Jiro ENDO, Wolfgang MICHEL: Notes on Sacks of 'Jin-Seki' Collected in the Naito Museum of Pharmaceutical Science and Industry, JJSMH, Vol.50 (2004), No.1, pp.130-131.
  • Kayoko NOJIRI, Mitsuo AOKI: Dr. Kosyo Nakano and His Large Collection of Books, JJSMH, Vol.50 (2004), No.1, pp.132-133.
  • Tatsuhiko SUZUKI, Jiro ENDO, Teruko NAKAMURA: An Investigation of the Abdominal Palpation Diagnosis in 'Imagawa Yoshimoto Densho', JJSMH, Vol.50 (2004), No.1, pp.134-135.
  • Kazuhiro TOMOBE, Shogo ISHINO, Toshihiko HANAWA: On the Chinese Medical Classics Referred to in 'Kaitai-Hatsumou', JJSMH, Vol.50 (2004), No.1, pp.136-137.
  • Yosuke AMANO, Kouya MIYAKAWA, Toshihiko HANAWA: Reexamination of the Mawangdui Medical Manuscripts 'Yangsheng fang' , JJSMH, Vol.50 (2004), No.1, pp.138-139.
  • Kika URAYAMA: A Study of 'Fan Wang Fang', JJSMH, Vol.50 (2004), No.1, pp.140-141.
  • Shoji YOSHIMOTO: Taoism and the Traditional Chinese Medicine (Part 24) 'Tai Shang Gan Ying Pian', JJSMH, Vol.50 (2004), No.1, pp.142-143.
  • Akihiko NISHIMAKI: Studies on Surgery in Xue Ji's Theory, JJSMH, Vol.50 (2004), No.1, pp.144-145.
  • GUO Xiu Mei: Traces of 'Qian Jin Fang' in the Tang Dynasty, JJSMH, Vol.50 (2004), No.1, pp.146-147.
  • Hayato HIROTANI: The Works of Professor Michiharu Matsuoka, the Founder of the Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, School of Medicine, Kyoto University, JJSMH, Vol.50 (2004), No.1, pp.148-149.
  • Yasuho NISHII: History of Kakutarou Nishii, Who Led the Way to Modern Medicine, JJSMH, Vol.50 (2004), No.1, pp.150-151.
  • Makoto MAYANAGI: Whereabouts of the Old Medical Books Collection of Manzhou Medical University, JJSMH, Vol.50 (2004), No.1, pp.152-153.
  • Yoshikazu SUGITATSU: On the Manuscript of Ishinpo in the National Central Library, Taiwan, JJSMH, Vol.50 (2004), No.1, pp.154-155.
  • Yoshinori KEIRA: The Expression of the Body in the 'Nihonshoki', JJSMH, Vol.50 (2004), No.1, pp.156-157.
  • Teruo HIGUCHI: On the Old Article 256 Regarding Those Who Practice 'the Medical Profession Secretly' in the Crimal Code and the Decision of the Supreme Court, JJSMH, Vol.50 (2004), No.1, pp.158-159.
  • Akira HASHIMOTO: Private Confinement of the Mentally Ill and the Regulations of Local Authorities, JJSMH, Vol.50 (2004), No.1, pp.160-161.
  • Hiroshi KAMBARA, Mahito KAWASHIMA: New Material on the Bonesetter Yoshihara Kyoensai and His Disciples, JJSMH, Vol.50 (2004), No.1, pp.162-163.
  • Takato SUZUKI, Koji CHIGUSA: Historical Evolution of Modern Cataract/implant Surgery: With Special Reference to the Ambulatory Setting at Chigusa Eye Clinic, JJSMH, Vol.50 (2004), No.1, pp.164-165.
  • Atsuo NAKANISHI: A Study of Ointment's Old Books in the Collection of the Tsurumi University Library, JJSMH, Vol.50 (2004), No.1, pp.166-167.
  • Masami TATENO: On 'Shin-ran-kyo,' Quoted in Yoshimasu Todo's Ko-sho-i-gen, JJSMH, Vol.50 (2004), No.1, pp.168-169.
  • Yasuo OKADA: Mental Illness, as Described in Homma Soken's 'Naika-hiroku', JJSMH, Vol.50 (2004), No.1, pp.170-171.
  • Spyros MARKETOS: Hippocratic Medicine and Philosophy at the End of the 20th Century (1), JJSMH, Vol.50 (2004), No.1, pp.177-183.
2003Vol. 49, No. 4
  • Masako TAKABAYASHI: A Combination of Clinical Medicine and Social Welfare-Activities of the Ophthalmic Rehabilitation Clinic at Juntendo University, JJSMH, Vol. 49 (2003), No. 4, pp. 581-614.
  • Shuji KOTAKA: A Study of Bo-Juyi's Disease, JJSMH, Vol. 49 (2003), No. 4, pp. 615-636.
  • Yoko MOCHIZUKI: The Convictions of Father and Son-Hayashi Dokai and Kenkai, JJSMH, Vol. 49 (2003), No. 4, pp. 637-660.
  • Keinosuke NARA, Shinichi IWAI, Akio YOKOCHI, Katsuji OGUCHI: Rediscovery of the Original and Classical Basis of the Short Wave Treatment Physics - The Technology - The Indication, JJSMH, Vol. 49 (2003), No. 4, pp. 661-668.
  • Shizu SAKAI: Perspectives on the Evolution of Japanese Medicine, JJSMH, Vol. 49 (2003), No. 4, pp. 747-756.
2003Vol. 49, No. 3
  • Ryoichi OKAMURA: In memory of Toshinori Kanokogi, JJSMH, Vol. 49 (2003), No.3, pp. 559-561.
  • Taiichi SUNAGA: Observations of a French Doctor on Early Meiji Japan, JJSMH, Vol. 49 (2003), No.3, pp. 501-558.
  • Hyonosuke IZUMI: Pedro Lain Entralgo, Medico-historian and Thinker, JJSMH, Vol. 49 (2003), No.3, pp. 493-500.
  • Mikio WATANABE: The Tuberculosis Outbreak Due to Whooping Cough Inoculation at Iwagasaki-machi in 1949, JJSMH, Vol. 49 (2003), No.3, pp. 479-492.
  • Wolfgang MICHEL, Yoshikazu SUGITATSU: The Surgical License and Otaguro Gentan and Its Background, JJSMH, Vol. 49 (2003), No.3, pp. 455-477.
  • Tatsuo SAKAI, Reitaro IKEDA, Miyoko TSUKISAWA: Galen On the Anatomy of Nerves: Translation from the Greek Text and Discussion, JJSMH, Vol. 49 (2003), No.3, pp. 403-454.
  • 2003Vol. 49, No. 2
    • Senjuro MACHI,Hiroshi KOSOTO, Toshihiko HANAWA: The Background of Taki Motoyasu's Fall: Regarding the Circumstances the Circumstances of the Nationalization of the Igakkan. JJSMH, Vol. 49 (2003), No. 2, pp. 205-221.
    • Hong Mei LU: A Study on the Measures against Hansen's Disease during the Colonial Korea. JJSMH, Vol. 49 (2003), No. 2, pp. 223-261.
    • Tetsuji WAKUDA: First Introduction of Massage Treatment in Modern Japan. JJSMH, Vol. 49 (2003), No. 2, pp. 263-276.
    • Hyonosuke IZUMI: "Euthanasia" Operation by Nazis on Patients with Psychiatric or Hereditary Diseases, and Bishop von Galen of Munster". JJSMH, Vol. 49 (2003), No. 2, pp. 277-319.
    • Masanobu OKADA: "Kaitai-Shinsho": A Change of Languages and Concepts". JJSMH, Vol. 49 (2003), No. 2, pp. 321-333.
    • Tsuneo KOSEKI: Special License to Medical Practicing to Dentist Near the End of World War. JJSMH, Vol. 49 (2003), No. 2, pp. 335-352.
    • Keiji YAMADA: The Concept of 'Feng' as a Pathogen. JJSMH, Vol. 49 (2003), No. 2, pp. 353-354.
    • Hitoshi TAKAHASHI,Ikuhiro SAKATA, Shigetaka KODAMA: Seishu Hanaoka's Medical Records. JJSMH, Vol. 49 (2003), No. 2, pp. 355-368.
    • Toshio OHTAKI: In Memory of Hideo Fujikawa. JJSMH, Vol. 49 (2003), No. 2, pp. 369-371.
    2003Vol. 49, No. 1
    • Tsutomu HIRAYAMA: Analysis of Statistics of Infectious Diseases in Japan 1900-1960 (4), JJSMH, Vol. 49 (2003), No. 1, pp. 150-151.
    • Tsuyoshi NAGASHIMA: Analysis of Statistics of Infectious Diseases in Japan 1900-1960 (3), JJSMH, Vol. 49 (2003), No. 1, pp. 148-149.
    • Tomo ICHIKAWA: Analysis of Statistics of Infectious Diseases in Japan 1900-1960 (2), JJSMH, Vol. 49 (2003), No. 1, pp. 146-147.
    • Akihito SUZUKI: Analysis of Statistics of Infectious Diseases in Japan 1900-1960 (1), JJSMH, Vol. 49 (2003), No. 1, pp. 144-145.
    • Alexander BAY, Toshihiko HANAWA: Statistics and Medical Facts: Takaki Kanehiro and the Beriberi Debate, JJSMH, Vol. 49 (2003), No. 1, pp. 142-143.
    • Hideo YAMADA, Kazunobu YAMAUCHI, Kunio AOKI: A Supplement to the History of Medicare for Tuberculosis in Aichi, Japan, JJSMH, Vol. 49 (2003), No. 1, pp. 140-141.
    • Nobuyasu KARASAWA: Report about the Life of Dr.Yasunaga Miki, the Medical School Saiseigakusha He Graduated from, and A Professor of Orthophedic Surgery, Isaharu Miki at Tokyo University JJSMH, Vol. 49 (2003), No. 1, pp. 138-139.
    • Atsuo NAKANISHI: T. Ooe's Advice on the Regimen for Yokohama's Citizens, JJSMH, Vol. 49 (2003), No. 1, pp. 136-137.
    • Kouji ODA: The Most Veteran School Doctor Yasuta Hunaishi, JJSMH, Vol. 49 (2003), No. 1, pp. 134-135.
    • Hiroshi KAMBARA: On the German Surgeon G.C.Perthes's Contribution during the Boxer Rebellion and His Short Biography, JJSMH, Vol. 49 (2003), No. 1, pp. 132-133.
    • Sosogu NAKAYAMA, Kouji ODA: A Pioneer in Medical Journalism, Dr. Tokujiro Yamaya, JJSMH, Vol. 49 (2003), No. 1, pp. 130-131.
    • Teruo HIGUCHI: On the Mdical Doctors' and Dentists' Lists for Eight Prefectures of the Kyushu District in the Nihon Kyorin Yoran (1909), JJSMH, Vol. 49 (2003), No. 1, pp. 128-129.
    • Kidou SUGITA: Why are There Few People in Japan Who Are Willing to Become Donors?, JJSMH, Vol. 49 (2003), No. 1, pp. 126-127.
    • Sugino OHISHI: Nursing Reform by GHQ/SCAP: G.E.Alt's Surroundings in Japan, JJSMH, Vol. 49 (2003), No. 1, pp. 124-125.
    • Mikio WATANABE: GHQ/SCAP Records about the Diphtheria Toxoid Immunization Incident-Kyoto, JJSMH, Vol. 49 (2003), No. 1, pp. 122-123.
    • Ichiro FUJIKURA: The History of Measuring the Blood Pressure in 19th Century, JJSMH, Vol. 49 (2003), No. 1, pp. 120-121.
    • Namika YANAGISAWA: The Establishment of Guy's Hospital, JJSMH, Vol. 49 (2003), No. 1, pp. 118-119.
    • Eiji KADOTA: Cerebri Anatome by Thomas Willis and Descriptions of the Cranial Nerves, JJSMH, Vol. 49 (2003), No. 1, pp. 116-117.
    • Hyonosuke IZUMI: Prof. Lydia Rabinowitch Kempner, a Disciple of Robert Koch, JJSMH, Vol. 49 (2003), No. 1, pp. 114-115.
    • Tatsuo SAKAI: A Comparative Study of Anatomy between Galen and Vesalius (2)-Especially on the 3rd and 4th Pairs of Cranial Nerves, JJSMH, Vol. 49 (2003), No. 1, pp. 112-113.
    • Eiichi SHIMIZU: The Vaccination Project of Lord Itakura in the Annaka Han, JJSMH, Vol. 49 (2003), No. 1, pp. 110-111.
    • Machiko HIRAO: Hiekiyoho by Tyoei Takano, and Nursing, JJSMH, Vol. 49 (2003), No. 1, pp. 108-109.
    • Yasuaki FUKASE: Ogata Koan and Soeda Genshun in the Western Medical School in Edo, JJSMH, Vol. 49 (2003), No. 1, pp. 106-107.
    • Shinichi MATSUO: Ryotaku Maeno's Self-portrait and Dutch Saddle with Pistol-case, JJSMH, Vol. 49 (2003), No. 1, pp. 104-105.
    • Tsutomu ISHIHARA: San-iku Hen Written by Bunpaku Yamabe, the Physician of the Nakatsu Clan, JJSMH, Vol. 49 (2003), No. 1, pp. 102-103.
    • Uichi YAMANOUCHI: The Sekiden-Iho Issued in the Meiji-Era, JJSMH, Vol. 49 (2003), No. 1, pp. 100-101.
    • Keijiro HARA: Medical Ethics and Ekken Kaibara's Shinshi roku, JJSMH, Vol. 49 (2003), No. 1, pp. 98-99.
    • Sentarou KIMURA: Introduction of Ekken Kaibara (1630-1714), JJSMH, Vol. 49 (2003), No. 1, pp. 96-97.
    • Toyoji SODA: The Kubo Memorial Museum and the Dream and Will of Prof. Ino Kubo, JJSMH, Vol. 49 (2003), No. 1, pp. 94-95.
    • Akira KOBAYASHI, Takeshi OKUMURA: Treatment of Knock-Knees (1889) by Tametsugu Akashi, JJSMH, Vol. 49 (2003), No. 1, pp. 92-93.
    • Kazuhiro YOSHIDA: A Research on Dong Eui Bo Gam, Acupuncture and Moxibustion Compilation, JJSMH, Vol. 49 (2003), No. 1, pp. 90-91.
    • Takahiro MIYAGAWA: A Study of Sinkyu-bassui, JJSMH, Vol. 49 (2003), No. 1, pp. 88-89.
    • Kana TERAKAWA: Acupuncture of Gyoku-you, JJSMH, Vol. 49 (2003), No. 1, pp. 86-87.
    • Yuh SUGIURA, Koichi SHINOHARA: The Significance of Aze Youketsu in the Early Modern Japanese History of Acupuncture and Moxibustion, JJSMH, Vol. 49 (2003), No. 1, pp. 84-85.
    • Yasuhei TSURUTA: An Examination of the Number of Moxibustion Methods of shikou Contained in Meikakyusen, JJSMH, Vol. 49 (2003), No. 1, pp. 82-83.
    • Toshiyuki NAKAGAWA: Research on Myaku kyou Texts, JJSMH, Vol. 49 (2003), No. 1, pp. 80-81.
    • Hiroki YOSHIOKA: On the Recognition of Pregnancy before the Tang Era, JJSMH, Vol. 49 (2003), No. 1, pp. 78-79.
    • Hisashi TAKEUCHI: Consideration of Kaitaihatsumo Quoted by Somon-kochu, JJSMH, Vol. 49 (2003), No. 1, pp. 76-77.
    • Shoji YOSHIMOTO: Traditional Chinese Medicine & Taoism (23rd Report) (Wu shi san), JJSMH, Vol. 49 (2003), No. 1, pp. 74-75.
    • Noriko SUZUKI: Hot Springs and Syphilis in the Edo Era, JJSMH, Vol. 49 (2003), No. 1, pp. 72-73.
    • Masako TAKABAYASHI: On the Contribution of the Ophthalmic Rehabilitation Clinic, Juntendo University, JJSMH, Vol. 49 (2003), No. 1, pp. 70-71.
    • Yasumasa OKUZAWA, Shu HIROSE: The History of Artificial Eyes in the Edo Era, JJSMH, Vol. 49 (2003), No. 1, pp. 68-69.
    • GUO Xiumei, Hisayuki KATOU: Gao Ruo Ne, Who Took the Lead in the Study of Shang Han, JJSMH, Vol. 49 (2003), No. 1, pp. 66-67.
    • Yoshinobu UEDA: Studies of Pulses in Neijing, JJSMH, Vol. 49 (2003), No. 1, pp. 64-65.
    • Yoshiito KOBA: A Comparison between the Kohteidaikeimeidohruisei and the Kohotsukyo, JJSMH, Vol. 49 (2003), No. 1, pp. 62-63.
    • Tadami AIKAWA, Harmen BEUKERS: Research on Dutch Fragments about Surgery in Izumiya Documents: Medical Books of Motoki Shoei, JJSMH, Vol. 49 (2003), No. 1, pp. 60-61.
    • Masami TATENO: Classical Surgery as the Background of Todo Yoshimasu's Experimental Induction: A General Survey from the Viewpoint of the History of Medicine, JJSMH, Vol. 49 (2003), No. 1, pp. 58-59.
    • Akitomo MATSUKI: On Seishu Sensei Nyugan o Ryosuru no Zuki-Seishu Hanaoka and the Wife of Hiroseya Rihei-, JJSMH, Vol. 49 (2003), No. 1, pp. 56-57.
    • Akira HASHIMOTO: The Fame of Japanese Psychiatry before World War II, JJSMH, Vol. 49 (2003), No. 1, pp. 54-55.
    • Yoshiyuki KUROSAWA: Army Aviation Medicine in the First World War, JJSMH, Vol. 49 (2003), No. 1, pp. 52-53.
    • Yasuo OKADA: Finishing the Work The History of Psychiatric Care in Japan, JJSMH, Vol. 49 (2003), No. 1, pp. 50-51.
    • Akihiko NISHIMAKI: Studies on the Drainage in Seturitusai's Theory, JJSMH, Vol. 49 (2003), No. 1, pp. 48-49.
    • Yoshinori KEIRA: The Expressiveness of the body in Fudoki, JJSMH, Vol. 49 (2003), No. 1, pp. 46-47.
    • Toru SEKINE: On the Writer of Kanbyo-Yojin-Sho, JJSMH, Vol. 49 (2003), No. 1, pp. 44-45.
    • Hongmei LU: Shiga Kiyoshi, a Doctor Who Treated Hansen's Disease in Korea during the Colonial Period, JJSMH, Vol. 49 (2003), No. 1, pp. 42-43.
    • Makoto MAYANAGI: On the Essay Kokan Igaku Written by Lu Xun, JJSMH, Vol. 49 (2003), No. 1, pp. 40-41.
    • Kisaku TERAHATA: Gozo Satoh and Modern Medical Education in Korea, JJSMH, Vol. 49 (2003), No. 1, pp. 38-39.
    • Sumio ISHIDA: Hospitals of Khmer at the End of the 12th Century, JJSMH, Vol. 49 (2003), No. 1, pp. 36-37.
    • Wolfgang MICHEL: Dutch Studies in Kyushu - Nearness and Farness, JJSMH, Vol. 49 (2003), No. 1, pp. 34-35.
    • Mahito KAWASHIMA: Genealogy of Dutch Studies in Nakatsu, JJSMH, Vol. 49 (2003), No. 1, pp. 32-33.
    • Takeshi OKUMURA: Dutch Studies (Medicine) in Fukuoka, JJSMH, Vol. 49 (2003), No. 1, pp. 30-31.
    • Wolfgang MICHEL: Godefried Haeck and Botanical Studies of Herbs in 17th Century Dutch-Japanese Intercourse, JJSMH, Vol. 49 (2003), No. 1, pp. 28-29.
    • Jiro ENDO, Teruko NAKAMURA: Development of the Concept of Blood Found in Treatments for Wounds in the Edo Era; The Influence of Komo-ryu and That on Pathological Views of Ki, Ketsu and Sui, JJSMH, Vol. 49 (2003), No. 1, pp. 26-27.
    • Teruko NAKAMURA, Jiro ENDO: Colors of Ointments Described in Shunrinken Koho-Binran, Books of Salves in the Muromachi-Edo Era and Those in the Nanban-ryu, JJSMH, Vol. 49 (2003), No. 1, pp. 24-25.
    • Senjuro MACHI, Hiroshi KOSOTO, Toshihiko HANAWA: The Okada Shoshun Documents (2): Letters, JJSMH, Vol. 49 (2003), No. 1, pp. 22-23.
    • Kazuhiro TOMOBE, Senjuro MACHI, Hiroshi KOSOTO, Toshihiko HANAWA: The Okada Shoshun Documents (1): Books, JJSMH, Vol. 49 (2003), No. 1, pp. 20-21.
    • Hiroshi KOSOTO, Senjuro MACHI, Toshihiko HANAWA: Old Medical Books in the Hashimoto Ryuun Documents, JJSMH, Vol. 49 (2003), No. 1, pp. 18-19.
    • Miyoko TSUKIZAWA, Shizu SAKAI, Wolfgang MICHEL: On the Kunstlijk in Kyushu University, Medical School, JJSMH, Vol. 49 (2003), No. 1, pp. 16-17.
    • Shizu SAKAI: On the Priority Research Project Systematical Inventory and Research of Historical Materials Relating to Science and Technology in Premodern Japan, JJSMH, Vol. 49 (2003), No. 1, pp. 14-15.
    • Shizu SAKAI: A History of Contagious Diseases in Japan-From Pestilence to Contagion, JJSMH, Vol. 49 (2003), No. 1, pp. 11-13.
    • Hiroshi SATOH: The Early History of Kyushu University, Faculty of Medicine since the Establishment of the Fukuoka Medical College, JJSMH, Vol. 49 (2003), No. 1, pp. 6-10.
    2002Vol. 48, No. 4
    • Hyonosuke Izumi, Kohji Masahashi: A Document Left by the Late Prof.Saburo Matubara, a Medico-Historical Material Written in Yiddish. JJSMH, Vol. 48 (2002), No. 4, pp. 541-573.
    • Fumi Takahashi: Acceptance of van Swieten's Liquor in Japan. JJSMH, Vol. 48 (2002), No. 4, pp. 575-595.
    • Mikio Watanabe: An Outbreak Epidemic Louse-Borne Typhus in Tokyo 1914: A Study of the Prevention of Epidemics. JJSMH, Vol. 48 (2002), No. 4, pp. 597-616.
    • Keiji Yamada: Comment on Studies on Investigation of Korean Medicine during the Edo Period by Tashiro Kazui, from the Viewpoint of the History of Science. JJSMH, Vol. 48 (2002), No. 4, pp. 617-636.
    • Working Group for the Study of the Ikeda Documents: Research on the Ikeda Documents (24). JJSMH, Vol. 48 (2002), No. 4, pp. 637-647.
    • Yasuaki Fukase: Igakusho Goyodome (Memorandum on Medical School of Edo) Written by Ryosai Tezuka (5). JJSMH, Vol. 48 (2002), No. 4, pp. 648-653.
    • Tomoyoshi Kanayama: In memory of Akira Furukawa. JJSMH, Vol. 48 (2002), No. 4, pp. 654-656.
    • Hiroshi Kosoto: In memory of Domei Yakazu. JJSMH, Vol. 48 (2002), No. 4, pp. 657-660.
    • Fumihiko Nanakida, Toshiyuki Takizawa: In memory of Yasusaburo Sugi. JJSMH, Vol. 48 (2002), No. 4, pp. 661-663.
    • Wolfgang Michel: On the Background of Engelbert Kaempfer's Studies of Japanese Herbs and Drugs. JJSMH, Vol. 48 (2002), No. 4, pp. 692-720.
    2002Vol. 48, No. 3
    • Hiroshi KAMBARA: Early History of Medical Education in Niigata Prefecture. JJSMH, Vol. 48 (2002), No. 3, p. 323-325.
    • Mitsuo YATSU: JAPANESE SOCIETY FOR MEDICAL HISTORY and Dental History. JJSMH, Vol. 48 (2002), No. 3, p. 326-327.
    • Hiroshi KOSOTO,Makoto MAYANAGI: The "Seishu-Zokumeito" Prescription Written on a Narrow Strip of Wood from the Ruins of Asuka Capital Garden. JJSMH, Vol. 48 (2002), No. 3, p. 328-329.
    • Kana TERAKAWA: On the Hotspring Cure that Appeared in "Gyoku-you," Written by Kujo Kanezane. JJSMH, Vol. 48 (2002), No. 3, p. 330-331.
    • Tsutomu ISHIHARA: Sanmi-Hogen and Akishige Nakarai. JJSMH, Vol. 48 (2002), No. 3, p. 332-333.
    • Kouya MIYAKAWA: A Study on "Un nan sho". JJSMH, Vol. 48 (2002), No. 3, p. 334-335.
    • Kido SUGITA: The Spirit of Medicine in "Yuimakyo". JJSMH, Vol. 48 (2002), No. 3, p. 336-337.
    • Teruo HIGUCHI: On the Medical Doctors' and Dentists' Lists for Niigata Prefecture in Meiji Era. JJSMH, Vol. 48 (2002), No. 3, p. 338-339.
    • Hideru HIROSE: A Study of the Kondo Documents-Jyuan Omori and Buntai Kondo, Who Were Eye Doctors in Etigo. JJSMH, Vol. 48 (2002), No. 3, p. 340-341.
    • Nobuyasu KARASAWA: A Study of the Lecture Notes Written by Dr.Tadashi Nagino, a Medical Doctor from Nagaoka City. JJSMH, Vol. 48 (2002), No. 3, p. 342-343.
    • Yoshiyuki KUROSAWA: Army Aviation Medicine. JJSMH, Vol. 48 (2002), No. 3, p. 344-345.
    • Shozo AZAMI: The Japanese Society of Health and Human Ecology during the 15 Years of Wartime. JJSMH, Vol. 48 (2002), No. 3, p. 346-347.
    • Kunio AOKI: Professor Akira Fujinami and the Epidemiological Study on Cancer (2)-Cooperation of Professor Naosuke Hayashi, and the Contribution to Cancer Epidemiology after World War II. JJSMH, Vol. 48 (2002), No. 3, p. 348-349.
    • Hiroshi SATOH: Harutoyo Ohmori, Founder of Fukuoka Medical College. JJSMH, Vol. 48 (2002), No. 3, p. 350-351.
    • Atsuo NAKANISHI: On the Mishimado Hospital in Yokohama. JJSMH, Vol. 48 (2002), No. 3, p. 352-353.
    • Hongmei LU: Masaki Suo, a Doctor Who Treated Hansen Disease in Korea during the Colonial Period. JJSMH, Vol. 48 (2002), No. 3, p. 354-355.
    • Ichiro FUJIKURA: Stephan Hales: The First to Measure the Blood Pressure. JJSMH, Vol. 48 (2002), No. 3, p. 356-357.
    • Sumio ISHIDA, Kouji ODA: The Picture Postcards of Japanese Medical Students in Breslau (Now Wroclaw) of 1900 and 1901. JJSMH, Vol. 48 (2002), No. 3, p. 358-359.
    • Yoto SHIMIZU: The Birth of the General Hospital of Paris according to Unpublished Documents (Minachon Papers). JJSMH, Vol. 48 (2002), No. 3, p. 360-361.
    • Hyonosuke IZUMI: "Euthanasia" Operation by Nazis and Bishop von Galen of Munster. JJSMH, Vol. 48 (2002), No. 3, p. 362-363.
    • Namika YANAGISAWA: The Establishment of the Great Ormond Street Hospital for Sick Children. JJSMH, Vol. 48 (2002), No. 3, p. 364-365.
    • Akira KOBAYASHI: A Disease of Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec, French Painter (1864-1901). JJSMH, Vol. 48 (2002), No. 3, p. 366-367.
    • Machiko HIRAO: The Names for Nurses Which Were used before the Establishment of the Nurse Regulations in 1915. JJSMH, Vol. 48 (2002), No. 3, p. 368-369.
    • Kumiko SATO, Yoshiko TSUBOI: Establishment of the Curriculum for Nursing Education in Postwar Japan. JJSMH, Vol. 48 (2002), No. 3, p. 370-371.
    • Sugino OISHI: Analysis of Articles about Japan and Japanese in the "American Journal of Nursing" from 1900 to 2000. JJSMH, Vol. 48 (2002), No. 3, p. 372-373.
    • Akira HASHIMOTO: The Internationalizaton of Iwakura, Kyoto in the First Half of the 20th Century (2). JJSMH, Vol. 48 (2002), No. 3, p. 374-375.
    • Akihito SUZUKI: Gender-Bias in Japanese Psychiatry in Pre-War Showa Period. JJSMH, Vol. 48 (2002), No. 3, p. 376-377.
    • Yasuo OKADA, Kazushige KOMINE: So Dreadful is the Book-Binding of Medical Journals: The Case of "Shinkeigaku-Zasshi" (Neurologia). JJSMH, Vol. 48 (2002), No. 3, p. 378-379.
    • Kisaku TERAHATA: On the Medical Journal in Japan, before and after the End of the War in Japan. JJSMH, Vol. 48 (2002), No. 3, p. 380-381.
    • Makoto MAYANAGI: On the Characteristic of Extant Medical Classics in Hanoi. JJSMH, Vol. 48 (2002), No. 3, p. 382-383.
    • Akihiko NISHIMAKI, Bokusou TERASHI: Studies of the Toothache in "Koshiruiyo". JJSMH, Vol. 48 (2002), No. 3, p. 384-385.
    • GUO Xiu Mei, Hisayuki KATOU: Transition from Character to Language in Classical Medical Books. JJSMH, Vol. 48 (2002), No. 3, p. 386-387.
    • Akiko OSODO: On the Chronological Point of View in the History of Diseases. JJSMH, Vol. 48 (2002), No. 3, p. 388-389.
    • Toshiyuki NAKAGAWA: Analysis of Twenty-Four Pulses . JJSMH, Vol. 48 (2002), No. 3, p. 390-391.
    • Hiroki YOSHIOKA: A Study of the Prinkle in Regard to Depth and Number of Breaths in "Kouitukyo". JJSMH, Vol. 48 (2002), No. 3, p. 392-393.
    • Yoshiito KOBA: Gynecological Illnesses in the Classics of Acupuncture. JJSMH, Vol. 48 (2002), No. 3, p. 394-395.
    • Yoshinobu UEDA: A Study on Kigan-Ketu. JJSMH, Vol. 48 (2002), No. 3, p. 396-397.
    • Jiro ENDO, Teruko NAKAMURA: Dodo and Sanki, as Ascertained in "Enjuin Kirigami". JJSMH, Vol. 48 (2002), No. 3, p. 398-399.
    • Teruko NAKAMURA, Jiro ENDO: Connections of Dosan Manase with Sano-Investigation into Sanki in Ashikaga. JJSMH, Vol. 48 (2002), No. 3, p. 400-401.
    • Masami TATENO: On Yoshimasu Todo's "Iho-Kogen". JJSMH, Vol. 48 (2002), No. 3, p. 402-403.
    • Senjuro MACHI, Toshihiko HANAWA, Katsutoshi TERASAWA: Matsudaira Sadanobu's Criticism of the Koho School . JJSMH, Vol. 48 (2002), No. 3, p. 404-405.
    • Taihei TSURUTA: The History of Ibukiyama as a Moxa Producing Place. JJSMH, Vol. 48 (2002), No. 3, p. 406-407.
    • Isaku MIZUTANI:The Translation of the Names of Birds Written in the Old Testament into Japanese. JJSMH, Vol. 48 (2002), No. 3, p. 408-409.
    • Huining TAO A Study of the Chinese Books Quoted in "Chotei Kaitai-shinsho"-Medical Books. JJSMH, Vol. 48 (2002), No. 3, p. 410-411.
    • Kazuhiro TOMOBE, Hiroshi KOSOTO: A Study on Different Texts of "Yamato-Igo". JJSMH, Vol. 48 (2002), No. 3, p. 412-413.
    • Shoji YOSHIMOTO: Traditional Chinese Medicine and Taoism (23) Shen Xian. JJSMH, Vol. 48 (2002), No. 3, p. 414-415.
    • Yoshinori KEIRA: The Expressiveness of the Body in "Koziki". JJSMH, Vol. 48 (2002), No. 3, p. 416-417.
    • Noriko SUZUKI: Cosmetology and Medicine in the Edo Period. JJSMH, Vol. 48 (2002), No. 3, p. 418-419.
    • Satoshi AZUMA: Dentistry in the Heian Literature. JJSMH, Vol. 48 (2002), No. 3, p. 420-421.
    • Takayuki YUASA, Yoshio FUJINO, Masayuki YASHIRO: A Study on Manners and Customs of Dental Disease in "Yamai-no Soshi" (3). JJSMH, Vol. 48 (2002), No. 3, p. 422-423.
    • Mikio HIRATA On the Contribution of Jack Dresch to Prosthetic Dentistry. JJSMH, Vol. 48 (2002), No. 3, p. 424-425.
    • Yoshihisa SHINDO: A Comparative Study of Japanese and Western Dentures in Mid-Nineteenth Century. JJSMH, Vol. 48 (2002), No. 3, p. 426-427.
    • Tatsuo SAKAI: A Comparative Study of Anatomy between Galen and Vesalius-Especially on the Muscular System. JJSMH, Vol. 48 (2002), No. 3, p. 428-429.
    • Miyoko TSUKISAWA: A Study of Casper Bauhin's "Theatrum Anatomicum" (3)-A Comparative Analysis with "De Corporis Humani Fabrica: Libri IIII" (1590). JJSMH, Vol. 48 (2002), No. 3, p. 430-431.
    • Tadashi SAWAI: Volcher Coiter's Anatomy-Why Did He Dissect Many Animals?. JJSMH, Vol. 48 (2002), No. 3, p. 432-433.
    • Shinichi MATSUO: An Introduction to "The Anatomy of a Horse," by Andrew Snape, London, 1683. JJSMH, Vol. 48 (2002), No. 3, p. 434-435.
    • Kazuhiro NAGATA: A Chronological Study of the Anatomy of the Heart in Leonardo da Vinci's Manuscripts (2). JJSMH, Vol. 48 (2002), No. 3, p. 436-437.
    • Akitatsu SHIMAMURA, Shigeru KOBAYASHI, Takeshi KAMIKATAKUCHI: Transition of the Anatomical Nomenclature of Teeth after "Kaitaishinsho". JJSMH, Vol. 48 (2002), No. 3, p. 438-439.
    • Norinaga MORIYAMA Studies on the Original Source of Katsumi Kirimura's "Method of Preservation on Teeth". JJSMH, Vol. 48 (2002), No. 3, p. 440-441.
    • Tadaomi AIKAWA, Harmen BEUKERS: New Aspect of Neurophysiology Intrduced by A.F.Bauduin. JJSMH, Vol. 48 (2002), No. 3, p. 442-443.
    • Yukio SHIBATA: The Bridge between Konigsberg and Osaka through Biochemistry. JJSMH, Vol. 48 (2002), No. 3, p. 444-445.
    • Satoshi AIDA: On the "Serum Diagnosis" (1910) by Dr. Hideyo Noguchi and His Former Research. JJSMH, Vol. 48 (2002), No. 3, p. 446-447.
    • Yasuhiko SATO: Studies on the Diary of the Niigata Dental Association Written by the Late Dr. Saburo Ishizuka-In Research of the Beginning Stage of Dental Practice. JJSMH, Vol. 48 (2002), No. 3, p. 448-449.
    • Toutarou YAMAGISHI, Norinaga MORIYAMA, Tatsuya ISHIKAWA: Studies on the Letter of Entrustment to Morinosuke Chiwaki as a Committee Member, by the First Minister of Health and Welfare Koichi Kido, in His Own Writing. JJSMH, Vol. 48 (2002), No. 3, p. 450-451.
    • Itsuro KUDO, Masahiko MIYAKE, Toru MISAKI: Concerning the Medical and Dental License of Kazuo Sato, the Founder of Nihon University School of Dentistry. JJSMH, Vol. 48 (2002), No. 3, p. 452-453.
    • Shinichi MATSUMOTO, Atsushi SHIBUYA: Dr. Ichinoi Masatsune, Who Was Awarded a Prize for the Excellent Contribution to the Modern Culture of Kumamoto Prefecture. JJSMH, Vol. 48 (2002), No. 3, p. 454-455.
    • Mikio WATANABE: GHQ/SCAP Records about the Iwagasaki Vaccination Incident-An Outbreak of Tuberculosis Concerning Pertussis Inoculation. JJSMH, Vol. 48 (2002), No. 3, p. 456-457.
    • Takumi KONNO: The Intruduction of the Foreign Medical Doctors to Japan after World War II-Focus on the Process and the Understanding. JJSMH, Vol. 48 (2002), No. 3, p. 458-459.
    • Akiko SUGIYAMA: The Development of Rural Medicine: A Study of "Nofusho". JJSMH, Vol. 48 (2002), No. 3, p. 460-461.
    • Masako TAKABAYASHI: A Historical Study of the Visually Disabled after World War II. JJSMH, Vol. 48 (2002), No. 3, p. 462-463.
    • Hidemi HIKAWA, Akitatsu SHIMAMURA: On the Last "High School" (2). JJSMH, Vol. 48 (2002), No. 3, p. 464-465.
    • Takaji SHIMOOSA: The Dental Bags and Dental Instruments, Both of Which Were Used in the Army. JJSMH, Vol. 48 (2002), No. 3, p. 466-467.
    • Suxian TAO, Akihiko NISHIMAKI: Studies in Dental History and the Color System . JJSMH, Vol. 48 (2002), No. 3, p. 468-469.
    • Wolfgang MICHEL: On the Background of the "Mirror of Dutch Herbs and Flowers," Kept by the Siebold Museum (Nagasaki). JJSMH, Vol. 48 (2002), No. 3, p. 470-471.
    • Hitoshi TAKAHASHI: Who Introduced Seishu Hanaoka's Surgery of Breast Cancer Using General Anesthtic to Europe and America? JJSMH, Vol. 48 (2002), No. 3, p. 472-473.
    • Akitomo MATSUKI: On Newly Confirmed Death Dates of 23 Patients in the "Nyugan-Seimei-roku" (Name List of Breast Cancer). JJSMH, Vol. 48 (2002), No. 3, p. 474-475.
    • Sachio TANAKA: Kartes of Yaseien in Bakumatsu Years. JJSMH, Vol. 48 (2002), No. 3, p. 476-477.
    • Yasuaki FUKASE: The Eve of the Opening of the Otamagaike Vaccination Institution. JJSMH, Vol. 48 (2002), No. 3, p. 478-479.
    2002Vol. 48, No. 2
    • Tadaomi AIKAWA: In Memory of Akira Nakanishi. JJSMH, Vol. 48 (2002), No. 2, pp. 301-303.
    • Toshio OHTAKI: In Memory of Toshiro Ohmura. JJSMH, Vol. 48 (2002), No. 2, pp. 299-300.
    • Yasuhisa SHIMADA: In Memory of Makoto Yoshida. JJSMH, Vol. 48 (2002), No. 2, pp. 297-298.
    • Mitsuhiro KAJITANI: On Notes by Pupils under Tasseien with a Supplement to Them, Notes of Secrets Instructed by Junseian. JJSMH, Vol. 48 (2002), No. 2, pp. 267-296.
    • Hitoshi TAKAHASHI, Ikuhiro SAKATA, Shigetaka KODAMA: Seishu Hanaoka's Medical Records. JJSMH, Vol. 48 (2002), No. 2, pp. 259-266.
    • Senjuro MACHI: The Annotated List of Students of Yoshimasu Private Schools (4) . JJSMH, Vol. 48 (2002), No. 2, pp. 226-258.
    • Hareka WATANABE, Son-Min KIM, Jong-Chol CYONG: A Revaluation of the Late Dr. Noriyuki Sugihara in Korea. JJSMH, Vol. 48 (2002), No. 2, pp. 219-225.
    • YAN Shanzhao: A Study of Sexual Art of Having Intercourse with Several Young Virgins in Traditional Chinese Medicine. JJSMH, Vol. 48 (2002), No. 2, pp. 205-217.
    • Ichiro TODE: The 1794 Medical Examination at Igakkan (2) . JJSMH, Vol. 48 (2002), No. 2, pp. 185-204.
    • Akitomo MATSUKI: The Death Dates of Seishu Hanaoka's Patients with Breast Cancer - A Report of Newly Identified Three Patients. JJSMH, Vol. 48 (2002), No. 2, pp. 175-184.
    • Yi Xue Yuan Shi / Wu Li Xiao Shi / TAO Huining: A Study of the Chinese Books Quoted in Chotei Kaitai-shinsho. JJSMH, Vol. 48 (2002), No. 2, pp. 155-174.
    2002Vol. 48, No. 1
    • Harmen BEUKERS: Mohnike and Vaccination: Deshima-doctor in the Wake of Von Siebold. JJSMH, Vol. 48 (2002), No.1, pp. 152-131.
    • Sumio ISHIDA: An Extract of Manuscripts of the Late Dr. Jo. Ad. Kulmus at Archives in Gdansk, Poland. JJSMH, Vol. 48 (2002), No.1, pp. 90-103.
    • Hideya SHIBAKI: A study of Go-Yotai Kokoro-Oboe (Medical Treatment Memo of the Feudal Lord Narihiro Hachisuka's Illness to the Death) written by Kansai Seki. JJSMH, Vol. 48 (2002), No.1, pp. 81-89.
    • Yoshiro HAYASHI?“On the Text of Ihon Yamai-no-Soshi. JJSMH, Vol. 48 (2002), No.1, pp. 67-79.
    • Akitomo MATSUKI: A Study on Seishu Hanaoka's Nyugan Seimei Roku (Scroll of Diseases) - - A Name List of Breast Cancer Patients. JJSMH, Vol. 48 (2002), No.1, pp. 53-65.
    • Sumio ISHIDA: A Study of J. A. Kulmus (1689-1745), the Author of Anatomische Tabellen, Translated into Japanese as Kaitai-shinsho. JJSMH, Vol. 48 (2002), No.1, pp. 31-51.
    • Ichiro TODE: The 1794 Medical Examination at Igakkan (1). JJSMH, Vol. 48 (2002), No.1, pp. 3-30.
    2001Vol. 47, No. 4
    • Shigenobu KANBAYASHI: Establishment of Public Health in Japan and Britain-The Roles Played by Sensai Nagayo and Edwin Chadwick. JJSMH, Vol. 47 (2001), No. 4, pp. 665-696
    • Hitoshi TAKAHASHI, Ikuhiro SAKATA, Shigetaka KODAMA: Seishu Hanaoka's Medical Records (2). JJSMH, Vol. 47 (2001), No. 4, pp. 844-853.
    • Senjuro MACHI: The Annotated List of Students of Yoshimasu Private School (3). JJSMH, Vol. 47 (2001), No. 4, pp. 827-843.
    • Takeo NAGAYO: From Dokushoan Nagatomi to Genshun Koishi. JJSMH, Vol. 47 (2001), No. 4, pp. 819-826.
    • Jiro ENDO, Teruko NAKAMURA: Theories of Medicine in the Newly Discovered Medical Book Hon'po Kagen Hishu by San'ki Tashiro-Basic Prescriptions and Modified Prescriptions. JJSMH, Vol. 47 (2001), No. 4, pp. 797-818.
    • Machiko HIRAO: A Study on the Process and Significance of the Establishment of the Nurse Regulations in 1915. JJSMH, Vol. 47 (2001), No. 4, pp. 757-796.
    • Miyako TAKAHASHI: A Study of the Organizing Process of the Modern Midwifery System in Yamagata Prefecture Focusing on the Enactment of Midwifery Regulation in the 32nd Year of Meiji. JJSMH, Vol. 47 (2001), No. 4, pp. 697-755.
    2001Vol. 47, No. 3
    • Tadashi YOSHIDA: Scholarly Tradition in the Medical Faculty of Leiden University. JJJSMH, Vol. 47 (2001), No. 3, pp. 457-459.
    • Toshiyuki YAMAMOTO: Early History of Tohoku University School of Medicine. JJJSMH, Vol. 47 (2001), No. 3, pp. 460-461.
    • Kumiko SATO: The Nursing Policy Conducted by Medical Officer Furla in Yamanashi Prefecture under the Occupation. JJJSMH, Vol. 47 (2001), No. 3, pp. 462-463.
    • Shozo AZAMI: Japan Surgical Society during the 15 Wartime Years. JJJSMH, Vol. 47 (2001), No. 3, pp. 464-465.
    • Yoshiyuki KUROSAWA: Aviation Medicine in the Japanese Navy. JJJSMH, Vol. 47 (2001), No. 3, pp. 466-467.
    • Machiko HIRAO: The Actual Conditions of Assistant Nurses under the Nursing Regulations-on the Presentation of License, the Required Qualifications, and the Charge of Nursing. JJJSMH, Vol. 47 (2001), No. 3, pp. 468-469.
    • Mikio WATANABE: Outbreak of the Epidemic of Louse-Borne Typhus in Tokyo in 1914. JJJSMH, Vol. 47 (2001), No. 3, pp. 470-471.
    • Toshihiko HAMANAKA: Origins of Japanese Terminology in the Field of Neuropsychology and Aphasiology. JJJSMH, Vol. 47 (2001), No. 3, pp. 472-473.
    • Akira HASHIMOTO: The Internationalization of Iwakura, Kyoto in the First Half of the 20th Century (1). JJJSMH, Vol. 47 (2001), No. 3, pp. 474-475.
    • Akihito SUZUKI: The Growth of Psychiatric Institutionalization in Pre-war Japan. JJJSMH, Vol. 47 (2001), No. 3, pp. 476-477.
    • Yasuo OKADA: Insanity, as Described in "Ohkuni-nikki" (Diary of a Feudal Clan) of the Hirosaki-han. JJJSMH, Vol. 47 (2001), No. 3, pp. 478-479.
    • Akiko OSODO: On the Chronological Point of View That Appeared in "The Falling Sickness" Written by Owsei Temkin (1902- ). JJJSMH, Vol. 47 (2001), No. 3, pp. 480-481.
    • Nobuyasu KARASAWA: The Later Years of Tai Hasegawa. JJJSMH, Vol. 47 (2001), No. 3, pp. 482-483.
    • Akira TAKAHASHI: The Medical Teacher Ryokai Shiba, Who Resided in Nagoya (1876-1879). JJJSMH, Vol. 47 (2001), No. 3, pp. 484-485.
    • Shunichi MIYASHITA: The Operator of the First Charitable Anatomy in Japan and the Mitamura Diary. JJJSMH, Vol. 47 (2001), No. 3, pp. 486-487.
    • Teruo HIGUCHI: On the Register of the Medical Licentiate between 1884 and 1888. JJJSMH, Vol. 47 (2001), No. 3, pp. 488-489.
    • Kisaku TERAHATA: The Beginning of Geriatrics in Japan. JJJSMH, Vol. 47 (2001), No. 3, pp. 490-491.
    • Kido SUGITA: A Historical Study of the Spirit of Medicine. JJJSMH, Vol. 47 (2001), No. 3, pp. 492-493.
    • Akihiko NISHIMAKI.: A Historical Study on the Microscopic Anatomy of Cementum JJJSMH, Vol. 47 (2001), No. 3, pp. 494-495.
    • Shinichi MATSUO: Two Old Illustrations of Horse Skeletons in the Kano Bunko (Tohoku Univ.) and the Hosa Bunko (Nagoya City). JJJSMH, Vol. 47 (2001), No. 3, pp. 496-497.
    • Toshiyuki AOKI: A Study of the Life of Sekijima Ryochi, Student of Dutch Medicine in the Bakumatsu/Restoration Period. JJJSMH, Vol. 47 (2001), No. 3, pp. 498-499.
    • Yasuaki FUKASE: Genshun Soeda's Study of Dutch-Medicine in Nagasaki. JJJSMH, Vol. 47 (2001), No. 3, pp. 500-501.
    • Tetsunori IWASHITA: A Basic Study of the Official Doctors of the Owari Clan-from 1603 AD to 1836 AD. JJJSMH, Vol. 47 (2001), No. 3, pp. 502-503.
    • Akitomo MATSUKI: A Prognosis of Surgical Patients with Breast Cancer Which Appeared in the "Name List of Breast Cancer Patients (Nyugan Seimei Roku)". JJJSMH, Vol. 47 (2001), No. 3, pp. 504-505.
    • Hitoshi TAKAHASHI: The Preface of the "Gansanbinran" Written by Seishu Hanaoka. JJJSMH, Vol. 47 (2001), No. 3, pp. 506-507.
    • TAO Huining: On the "Butsurishoshiki" Quoted in "Choteikaitaishinsho". JJJSMH, Vol. 47 (2001), No. 3, pp. 508-509.
    • Yoshinori KEIRA: On the Anatomical Expression of "Zoshi" Compared with "Oranda Keiraku Kinmyaku Zohu Zukai". JJJSMH, Vol. 47 (2001), No. 3, pp. 510-511.
    • Teruko NAKAMURA: The Introduction of Theriac into Japan , Jiro ENDO. JJJSMH, Vol. 47 (2001), No. 3, pp. 512-513.
    • Shiro GOTO: The Medicine That Was Presented by Otomo-no Yakamochi. JJJSMH, Vol. 47 (2001), No. 3, pp. 514-515.
    • Fusae NAKARAI: About Wake Hiromushi. JJJSMH, Vol. 47 (2001), No. 3, pp. 516-517.
    • Shizuo TODA: A Study on the Medical Treatment in the Early Days of the Edo Era (3)-on the Old Manuscripts Dealing with Pathology and Treatment , Setsuko KAME. JJJSMH, Vol. 47 (2001), No. 3, pp. 518-519.
    • Hyonosuke IZUMI: A Document Left by the Late Dr.Saburo Matsubara: a Medico-historical Material Written in Yiddish , Koji MASAHASHI. JJJSMH, Vol. 47 (2001), No. 3, pp. 520-521.
    • Namika YANAGISAWA: Charitable Spirit-a Brief History of the Royal Marsden Hospital. JJJSMH, Vol. 47 (2001), No. 3, pp. 522-523.
    • Ichiro FUJIKURA: The Death of George Washington. JJJSMH, Vol. 47 (2001), No. 3, pp. 524-525.
    • Tsutomu YAMASHITA: A Study of the Madhavanidana. JJJSMH, Vol. 47 (2001), No. 3, pp. 526-527.
    • Toshiyuki NAKAGAWA: The Structure of the Twenty Four Pulses in the "Myakukyo". JJJSMH, Vol. 47 (2001), No. 3, pp. 528-529.
    • Yoshiito KOBA: The Efficacy of "San-yin-koh" in "Meidoh" and the Illness of the Meridian. JJJSMH, Vol. 47 (2001), No. 3, pp. 530-531.
    • Tatsuya HOKUE: A Study of Acupuncture in "Bianque Xiu Shu". JJJSMH, Vol. 47 (2001), No. 3, pp. 532-533.
    • Kouya MIYAKAWA: A Study of a Chinese Verse Concerning Acupuncture Treatment-"Yu I ong ge". JJJSMH, Vol. 47 (2001), No. 3, pp. 534-535.
    • Shoji YOSHIMOTO: The Traditional Chinese Medicine and Taoism (22nd) "Zhuyou". JJJSMH, Vol. 47 (2001), No. 3, pp. 536-537.
    • Takahiro MIYAGAWA: The Achievement of Cheng Dan An, the Chinese Acupuncture Doctor Who Imported Japanese Acupuncture into Modern China. JJJSMH, Vol. 47 (2001), No. 3, pp. 538-539.
    • LU Hong Mei: Diabetes in Chinese Medical Books. JJJSMH, Vol. 47 (2001), No. 3, pp. 540-541.
    • GUO Xiu Mei, Hisayuki KATO: Prominent Examination and Evidence in "Shang han za bing lun". JJJSMH, Vol. 47 (2001), No. 3, pp. 542-543.
    • Makoto MAYANAGI: Old Medical Books Related to Japan in the Taiwan Palace Museum Collection. JJJSMH, Vol. 47 (2001), No. 3, pp. 544-545.
    • Hisashi TAKEUCHI: A Study on Zofu-Wamyoko. JJJSMH, Vol. 47 (2001), No. 3, pp. 546-547.
    • Hitoshi SATO: An Introduction of Some Medical Books Collected by "Baien Miura" in the "Baien Museum". JJJSMH, Vol. 47 (2001), No. 3, pp. 548-549.
    • Kazuhiro TOMOBE: Some New Discoveries Concerning Tosaku Miwa. JJJSMH, Vol. 47 (2001), No. 3, pp. 550-551.
    • Senjuro MACHI: Keiho Watanabe, an Unknown Medical Historian. JJJSMH, Vol. 47 (2001), No. 3, pp. 552-553.
    • Akira KOBAYASHI: Two French Surgeons Whose Names Remain the the Foot-Chopart and Lisfranc. JJJSMH, Vol. 47 (2001), No. 3, pp. 554-555.
    • Yoto SHIMIZU: The Beginning of Colles Fracture-the French Doctor Claude Pouteau. JJJSMH, Vol. 47 (2001), No. 3, pp. 556-557.
    • Miyoko TSUKISAWA: A Study of Caspar Baudin's "Theatrum Anatomicum" (2)-a Comparative Analysis of "Anatomica Corporis Virilis et Mvliebris Historia" (1597). JJJSMH, Vol. 47 (2001), No. 3, pp. 558-559.
    • Tadashi SAWAI: Human and Animal Bodies in Realdo Columbo's "De Re Anatomica". JJJSMH, Vol. 47 (2001), No. 3, pp. 560-561.
    • Kunio AOKI: Professor Akira Fujinami and the Epidemiological Study on Cancer. JJJSMH, Vol. 47 (2001), No. 3, pp. 562-563.
    • Masako TAKABAYASHI: History of Retinitis Pigmentosa: on the Psychological Process of the Patients. JJJSMH, Vol. 47 (2001), No. 3, pp. 564-565.
    • Yoshiko TSUBOI: Nursing Conditions and the Treatment of Sick and Injured Prisoners of War during the Russo-Japanese War. JJJSMH, Vol. 47 (2001), No. 3, pp. 566-567.
    • Sumio ISHIDA: The Vaccination List of Kibi Country, X Village Office, of May in Meiji 43 (1910). JJJSMH, Vol. 47 (2001), No. 3, pp. 568-569.
    • Atsuo NAKANISHI: Dr. Yuteki Hayashi and the Medical NPO Ryokosha. JJJSMH, Vol. 47 (2001), No. 3, pp. 570-571.
    • Nobuko TAKAYASU: Hepburn's Letter in the Possession of the Houghton Library, Harvard University. JJJSMH, Vol. 47 (2001), No. 3, pp. 572-573.
    • Koji ODA: The Picture Postcards of Japanese Medical Students in Germany in the Meiji Era. JJJSMH, Vol. 47 (2001), No. 3, pp. 574-575.
    • Hiroshi Kambara: Correction about Doubtful Points of Dr. Scriba's Surgical Genealogical Tree. JJJSMH, Vol. 47 (2001), No. 3, pp. 576-577.
    • Tadaomi AIKAWA, Harmen BEUKERS, Akira NAKANISHI: Dutch Fragments about Surgery in the Izumiya Documents: the Examination of Surgery. JJJSMH, Vol. 47 (2001), No. 3, pp. 578-579.
    • Kohji MASAOKA: On Dutch Medical References at the End of the Edo Era, in Takaoka. JJJSMH, Vol. 47 (2001), No. 3, pp. 580-581.
    • Shizu SAKAI: Philipp von Siebold and Itoh Shouteki, an Eye Doctor. JJJSMH, Vol. 47 (2001), No. 3, pp. 582-583.
    • Wolfgang MICHEL: A Newly-Found Draft of E. Kaempfer's "Moxa Mirror". JJJSMH, Vol. 47 (2001), No. 3, pp. 584-585.
    • Yasumasa OKUZAWA: The Trends in Opthalmology from the Diaries of the Court Nobles "KUGE" and Temples. JJJSMH, Vol. 47 (2001), No. 3, pp. 586-587.
    • Hiroshi KOSOTO: On the "Kirikami Tosei Oshakudan" from the Soda Collection. JJJSMH, Vol. 47 (2001), No. 3, pp. 588-589.
    • Jiro ENDO, Teruko NAKAMURA: Licenses from Dodo to Dosan Manase. JJJSMH, Vol. 47 (2001), No. 3, pp. 590-591.
    • Yoshinobu UEDA: A Study on "Enrashi-Shinkyu-Ho". JJJSMH, Vol. 47 (2001), No. 3, pp. 592-593.
    • Koichi SHINOHARA: A Consideration about "Kyushin-zu". JJJSMH, Vol. 47 (2001), No. 3, pp. 594-595.
    • Hiroki YOSHIOKA: Pulse Consultation in "Tonni-syou". JJJSMH, Vol. 47 (2001), No. 3, pp. 596-597.
    • Andrew GOBLE: Wound Medicine and the Kinso Ryojisho. JJJSMH, Vol. 47 (2001), No. 3, pp. 598-599.
    • Tsutomu ISHIHARA: A Study of Sanmi-Hogen. JJJSMH, Vol. 47 (2001), No. 3, pp. 600-601.
    • Yoshikazu SUGITATSU: A Letter Written by Choei Takano to Kosuke Okubo. JJJSMH, Vol. 47 (2001), No. 3, pp. 602-603.
    • SHAO Pei: Wu You Xing and Hakuju Hashimoto-Pioneers of Epidemic Doctrine in the History of Diseases in China and Japan. JJJSMH, Vol. 47 (2001), No. 3, pp. 604-605.
    2001Vol. 47, No. 2
    • Andrew Edmund GOBLE: Medicine and New Knowledge in Medieval Japan: Kajiwara Shozen (1266-1337) and the Man'anpo (1). JJSMH, Vol. 47 (2001), No. 2, pp. 452-432.
    • Senjuro MACHI: The Annotated List of Students of Yoshimasu Private School (2). JJSMH, Vol. 47 (2001), No. 2, pp. 394-410.
    • Hitoshi TAKAHASHI, Ikuhiro SAKATA, Shigetaka KODAMA: Seishu Hanaoka's Medical Records (1). JJSMH, Vol. 47 (2001), No. 2, pp. 382-393.
    • Yoshiyuki KUROSAWA: Graduates of the Japanese Military Medical College in Early Meiji. JJSMH, Vol. 47 (2001), No. 2, pp. 367-381.
    • Activities of the Nursing Affairs Division/PHW/GHQ/SCAP for Roughly 6 Months Duration Right after the Occupation. JJSMH, Vol. 47 (2001), No. 2, pp. 351-365.
    • YAN Shanzhao: A Study of the Chapter of Bonaihen in the Ishinho. JJSMH, Vol. 47 (2001), No. 2, pp. 337-349.
    • Sumio ISHIDA: A Study of G. Dicten (1696?-1770), the Author of Ontleedkundige Tafelen, Translated into Japanese as Kaitai-shinsho. JJSMH, Vol. 47 (2001), No. 2, pp. 309-336.
    • Hyonosuke IZUMI: Medical Writings of Moses Maimonides: an Overview. JJSMH, Vol. 47 (2001), No. 2, pp. 283-308.
    • HUANG Huang: A Comparative Study of Xu Lintai and Todo Yos??imasu. JJSMH, Vol. 47 (2001), No. 2, pp. 229-260.
    • Xiumei GUO: The Records and Legacy of the Ming Physician Hu Zhao-xin during His Stay in Japan (2). JJSMH, Vol. 47 (2001), No. 2, pp. 261-281.
    2001Vol. 47, No. 1
  • Xiumei GUO: The Records and Legacy of the Ming Physician Hu Zhaozin during His Stay in Japan (1) - His Activities in Nagasaki 1803-1805. JJSMH, Vol. 47 (2001), No. 1, pp. 83-103.
  • Miyoko TSUKISAWA: William Harvey's 'Anatomia' and His Method. JJSMH, Vol. 47 (2001), No. 1, pp. 33-81.
  • Senjuro MACHI: On The Annotated List of Students of Yoshimasu Private School. JJSMH, Vol. 47 (2001), No. 1, pp. 3-3.
  • Andrew Edmund GOBLE: Medicine and New Knowledge in Medieval Japan: Kajiwara Shozen (1266-1337) and the Man'anpo (1). JJSMH, Vol. 47 (2001), No. 1, pp. 226-193.
  • Senjuro MACHI: The Annotated List of Students of Yoshimasu Private School (1). JJSMH, Vol. 47 (2001), No. 1, pp. 163-178.
  • Ryoichi OKAMURA: Medizinische Zeitschriften, die seit der Meiji-Zeit bis zum Jahre 20 der Showa-Zeit (1945) in Kumamoto Erschienen. JJSMH, Vol. 47 (2001), No. 1, pp. 119-162.
  • Yoshiyuki KUROSAWA: The Japanese Military Medical College in Early Meiji. JJSMH, Vol. 47 (2001), No. 1, pp. 105-118.
  • 2000Vol. 46, No. 4
  • Hitoshi TAKAHASHI, Shigetaka KODAMA: Hanaoka's Documents. JJSMH, Vol. 46, No. 4, pp. 648-657.
  • Working Group for the Study of the Ikeda Documents: Research on th Ikeda Documents (23). JJSMH, Vol. 46, No. 4, pp. 640-647.
  • DING Lei: Activities of Medical Treatment and Culture Carried Out by Modern Japan in China - A Study on the Dojin Association (4). JJSMH, Vol. 46, No. 4, pp. 613-639.
  • Masami TATENO: A Comparison of Kosho-Igen and Iji-Kogen Written by Yoshimasu, Todo -Aimed at Clarifying the Philological Features of Kosho-Igen. JJSMH, Vol. 46, No. 4, pp. 587-611.
  • Kouya MIYAKAWA: Research on Henjaku Soukou Retsuden Katsukai -- The Asais, Who Were Descendents of the Author, and Their Marginal Notes in the Conserved Copies. JJSMH, Vol. 46, No. 4, pp. 565-586.
  • Masao TAKAHASHI: A View of Eutanasie by Ohgai Mori - A Viewpoint on the Quality of Life. JJSMH, Vol. 46, No. 4, pp. 553-563.
  • Akiko SUGIYAMA: The Development of Rural Medicine - Medical Activities of Saku Hospital. JJSMH, Vol. 46, No. 4, pp. 507-551
  • 2000Vol. 46, No. 3
    • Hisamitsu NAKAHASI: History of Development of the Hospitals in Kyoto. JJSMH, Vol. 46 (2000), No. 3, pp. 299-299.
    • Tadao TOMOYOSHI: History of Sexology in Kyoto. JJSMH, Vol. 46 (2000), No. 3, pp. 300-303.
    • Taku SHINMURA: Culture and History of Terminal Care. JJSMH, Vol. 46 (2000), No. 3, pp. 304-306.
    • HA Hongchien: History of Anatomy in Taiwan: Focus on Otto Mori and Takeo Kanaseki. JJSMH, Vol. 46 (2000), No. 3, pp. 307-309.
    • Kido SUGITA: The Medicine in Makashikan. JJSMH, Vol. 46 (2000), No. 3, pp. 310-311.
    • Fusae NAKARAI: A Study on the Name of Nakarai. JJSMH, Vol. 46 (2000), No. 3, pp. 312-313.
    • Sachiko MAKI: On Soybeans in "Ishinpo". JJSMH, Vol. 46 (2000), No. 3, pp. 314-315.
    • Jiro ENDO, Teruko NAKAMURA: Investigation of an Unrecoreded Medical Book "Hon Po Ka Gen Hi Shu" by Sanki Tashiro. JJSMH, Vol. 46 (2000), No. 3, pp. 316-317.
    • Akira TAKAHASHI: Ryokai (Mitsuyuki) Shiba-Some Notes on His Life, Moments and Tombstone. JJSMH, Vol. 46 (2000), No. 3, pp. 318-319.
    • Sosogu NAKAYAMA: Dr. Nagakiyo Yoshio, Teacher of Dutch Medicine in Okayama. JJSMH, Vol. 46 (2000), No. 3, pp. 320-321.
    • Senjuro MACHI: On the Annotated List of Students of the Yoshimasu Private Medical School. JJSMH, Vol. 46 (2000), No. 3, pp. 322-323.
    • Yasuo HARADA: Dawn of Modern Medicine and Historical Herb Garden "Nissho-en" in Hiroshima. JJSMH, Vol. 46 (2000), No. 3, pp. 324-325.
    • Akitomo MATSUKI: A New Study on Seishu Hanaoka's "Nyugan Chiken Roku"-Questions on Shuzo Kure's Transcription. JJSMH, Vol. 46 (2000), No. 3, pp. 326-327.
    • Hitoshi TAKAHASHI: The Preface Written by Seishu Hanaoka. JJSMH, Vol. 46 (2000), No. 3, pp. 328-329.
    • Yasuaki FUKASE: Gensyun Soeda, One of the Founders of the Otamagaike Vaccination Infirmary. JJSMH, Vol. 46 (2000), No. 3, pp. 330-331.
    • Kohji MASAHASHI: Herbalists of the Yedo Period (Honzoka) Who Took an Interest in the Hokuriku Region (4)-Fujisawa Mitsukane and His Book "Kisoshozu" (3 Vol.). JJSMH, Vol. 46 (2000), No. 3, pp. 332-333.
    • Hyonosuke IZUMI: Dr. S. Ammar "Avicenne". JJSMH, Vol. 46 (2000), No. 3, pp. 334-335.
    • Sumio ISHIDA: Plague Columns in Middle Europe. JJSMH, Vol. 46 (2000), No. 3, pp. 336-337.
    • Namika YANAGISAWA: "Poverty and Sickness are the Only Passports" - The Establishment of the London General Institution". JJSMH, Vol. 46 (2000), No. 3, pp. 338-339.
    • Hiroshi KAMBARA: Oscar Vulpius (1867-1936) and Early Orthopaedic Surgeons of Japan. JJSMH, Vol. 46 (2000), No. 3, pp. 340-341.
    • TAO Huining: On the "Igakugenshi" Quoted in "Choteikaitaishinsho". JJSMH, Vol. 46 (2000), No. 3, pp. 342-343.
    • Shinichi MATSUO: On the Anatomical Figures of "Anatome Animalium" by Gerard Blasius, Amsterdam, 1681. JJSMH, Vol. 46 (2000), No. 3, pp. 344-345.
    • Akiko OSODO: William Cullen's Clinical Descriptions "Delirium", Which Appeared in the First Lines of Practice of Physic (1791). JJSMH, Vol. 46 (2000), No. 3, pp. 346-347.
    • Tadashi SAWAI: Methodology and Justification of Analogy in William Harvey. JJSMH, Vol. 46 (2000), No. 3, pp. 348-349.
    • Ryo YONEKURA: Taisansho. JJSMH, Vol. 46 (2000), No. 3, pp. 350-351.
    • Koichi SHINOHARA, Hishoshi KOSOTO: Acupuncture and Moxibustion in "Denshibyo-Nizyugoho". JJSMH, Vol. 46 (2000), No. 3, pp. 352-353.
    • Yuichi WADA: The Study of Prognosis in Ancient China. JJSMH, Vol. 46 (2000), No. 3, pp. 354-355.
    • Hiroshi KOSOTO, Koichi SHINOHARA, Shogo ISHINO: On "Zokuten-Yoketsu-Shu", Written by Tokitoshi Koremune. JJSMH, Vol. 46 (2000), No. 3, pp. 356-357.
    • Teruko NAKAMURA,Jiro ENDO: The Introduction of Theriac into China. JJSMH, Vol. 46 (2000), No. 3, pp. 358-359.
    • Yoshinobu UEDA: A Study of Kishin. JJSMH, Vol. 46 (2000), No. 3, pp. 360-361.
    • Yasuo OKADA: Tsune Takamatsu, the First Psychiatrist in Japan, and His "Seishinbyogakukoyo". JJSMH, Vol. 46 (2000), No. 3, pp. 362-363.
    • Sachio TANAKA: Findings on Three Old Dutch-Japanese Surgical Books Held at Tanaka Yaseien. JJSMH, Vol. 46 (2000), No. 3, pp. 364-365.
    • Shoji YOSHIMOTO: Traditional Chinese Medicine and Taoism (21th) "Zhen zhai ling fu". JJSMH, Vol. 46 (2000), No. 3, pp. 366-367.
    • Mahito KAWASHIMA: Dr. Untaku Ohe and the Nakatsu Medical School. JJSMH, Vol. 46 (2000), No. 3, pp. 368-369.
    • Teruo HIGUCHI: On the Directory of Medical Licentiate for Tokyo Prefecture, 1885. JJSMH, Vol. 46 (2000), No. 3, pp. 370-371.
    • Yumi OHKAWA: The Lock Hospital in Hyogo and the British Legation. JJSMH, Vol. 46 (2000), No. 3, pp. 372-373.
    • Soji KURIMOTO: Learning and the Profession of Medicine in the UK: Institutional Aspects. JJSMH, Vol. 46 (2000), No. 3, pp. 374-375.
    • Yoto SIMIZU, Hiroshi KAMBARA, Gaston TISSINIER, Auguste ARMENGAUD: The Life of Dr.Vidal: The French Report. JJSMH, Vol. 46 (2000), No. 3, pp. 376-377.
    • Miyoko TSUKISAWA: A Study on Casper Bauhin's "Theatrum Anatomicum" (1)-A Comparative Analysis of 'Praefatio' in the First Edition (1605) and the Second Edition (1621). JJSMH, Vol. 46 (2000), No. 3, pp. 378-379.
    • Akira KOBAYASHI: Two French Surgeons Known for Study of the Knee-Gerdy and Segond. JJSMH, Vol. 46 (2000), No. 3, pp. 380-381.
    • Kouya MIYAKAWA: On the Relation between "Shiki Kaichu Kosho" and "Henjak Soko Den Iko". JJSMH, Vol. 46 (2000), No. 3, pp. 382-383.
    • Tatsuya HOKUE: Acupuncture in the "Yuji Wei Yi". JJSMH, Vol. 46 (2000), No. 3, pp. 384-385.
    • Kazuhiro TOMOBE: Venesection as Seen in the Writings of Kinkey Nakagami. JJSMH, Vol. 46 (2000), No. 3, pp. 386-387.
    • Ichiro FUJIKURA: A History of Bloodletting in Japan. JJSMH, Vol. 46 (2000), No. 3, pp. 388-389.
    • Tsutomu ISHIHARA: Jundo Ikota's Learning of Cesarean Section. JJSMH, Vol. 46 (2000), No. 3, pp. 390-391.
    • Hiroshi SATOH: The Discoverer of Hashimoto's Disease: Dr. Hakaru Hashimoto. JJSMH, Vol. 46 (2000), No. 3, pp. 392-393.
    • Uichi YAMANOUCHI: The Eye Clinic of the Oita Prefectural Hospital in the Meiji Era. JJSMH, Vol. 46 (2000), No. 3, pp. 394-395.
    • Nobuyasu KARASAWA: A Report on the Reformation of Private Medical Schools at the Time of Closure of Saiseigakusha. JJSMH, Vol. 46 (2000), No. 3, pp. 396-397.
    • Kika MATSUKI: Reappraisal of the Theory of "Meridian-Blood Vassels". JJSMH, Vol. 46 (2000), No. 3, pp. 398-399.
    • Atsuo NAKANISHI: Antisyphilitic Smoking Prescription in Eastern Japan during the Tokugawa Era. JJSMH, Vol. 46 (2000), No. 3, pp. 400-401.
    • Shozo AZAMI: 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 Youan Kadoya. JJSMH, Vol. 46 (2000), No. 3, pp. 402-403.
    • Haruka WATANABE: Reevaluation of Prof.Noriyuki Sugihara's Achievements in Korea , KIM Son-Min, CYONG Jong-Chol. JJSMH, Vol. 46 (2000), No. 3, pp. 404-405.
    • Miho TANIHATA: Plaeopathological Study of the Early Modern and Modern Ages in Japan. JJSMH, Vol. 46 (2000), No. 3, pp. 406-407.
    • Yukio SHIBATA: Development of Medicine, Medical Chemistry and Their Education System , Sachiko KUDO, Shin TANAKA. JJSMH, Vol. 46 (2000), No. 3, pp. 408-409.
    • Yohji NAGATOYA, Kisaku TERAHATA, Toshiyuki SAKAJO: A History of Colour Illustration and Colour Photography for Medicine. JJSMH, Vol. 46 (2000), No. 3, pp. 410-411.
    • Kisaku TERAHATA: On the Medical Journals of the Early Meiji Era in Japan and the Their Preservation. JJSMH, Vol. 46 (2000), No. 3, pp. 412-413.
    • Machiko HIRAO: Conditions for Qualification of Nurses in the Nursing Acts Issued by Each Prefecture-From the Nursing Acts of 29 Prefectures before the 4th Year of Taisho. JJSMH, Vol. 46 (2000), No. 3, pp. 414-415.
    • Shoji ENDO: The Court Medical Bureau of the Emperor Meiji and the Ikeda Documents. JJSMH, Vol. 46 (2000), No. 3, pp. 416-417.
    • Yoshiito KIBA: The History of "San-in-koh". JJSMH, Vol. 46 (2000), No. 3, pp. 418-419.
    • Sizuo TODA, Setsuko KAME: Study on "Mushi-sho". JJSMH, Vol. 46 (2000), No. 3, pp. 420-421.
    • Takahiro MIYAGAWA: Acupuncture Contents in "Wai Tai Mi Yao Fang" Except Vol.39, "Ming Dung". JJSMH, Vol. 46 (2000), No. 3, pp. 422-423.
    • Yoshiko TSUBOI: The Medical Care System of the Army during the Sino-Japanese War. JJSMH, Vol. 46 (2000), No. 3, pp. 424-425.
    • Yoshiyuki KUROSAWA: Aviation Medicine in World War I. JJSMH, Vol. 46 (2000), No. 3, pp. 426-427.
    • Kumiko SATO: The History of Eradication of Endemic Disease in Yamanashi Prefecture under the Occupation (First Report). JJSMH, Vol. 46 (2000), No. 3, pp. 428-429.
    • Kazuo HASEGAWA: On the Entrance Regulations Book of Kinkyo Ikeda and the Kyoto Smallpox Doctor, Bunan Sai. JJSMH, Vol. 46 (2000), No. 3, pp. 430-431.
    • Kouji ODA: A Pioneer in Nuclear Medicine in Japan, Nobutane Mori. JJSMH, Vol. 46 (2000), No. 3, pp. 432-433.
    • Masafumi AKISAKA: Genealogy of Studies on Longevity in Japan. JJSMH, Vol. 46 (2000), No. 3, pp. 434-435.
    • Yoshio IKAI. JJSMH: Study of Fangwaihuandan in "Chishuixuanzhu" , Vol. 46, No. 3, pp. 436-437.
    • Junji TSUTSUI, Shinji TANAKA, Tsukasa ASHIHARA: Developmental Studies on the Digital Archives of Old and Rare Medical Books for Network Education. JJSMH, Vol. 46 (2000), No. 3, pp. 438-439.
    • SHAO Pei: "Yi" and "Wen" in Chinese and Japanese Medical History". JJSMH, Vol. 46 (2000), No. 3, pp. 440-441.
    • Toshio FUJITA, Fusae NAKARAI: Nakarai Sayaka-Superintendant of the Kyoto Prefectural Hospital, The First Dean of the Kyoto Medical School and the Founder of the Medical Association in Meiji-Era. JJSMH, Vol. 46 (2000), No. 3, pp. 442-443.
    • GUO Xiu Mie, Hisayuki KATOU: In Search of the Origin of Fu Ju. JJSMH, Vol. 46 (2000), No. 3, pp. 444-445.
    • Yoshinori KEIRA, Shizu SAKAI: A Study on the "Oranda Keiraku Kinmyaku Zohu Zukai": The Japanese Concept of the Body in the Late-Seventeenth Century. JJSMH, Vol. 46 (2000), No. 3, pp. 446-447.
    • Yasumasa OKUZAWA: The Illustrated Secret Professional Manual of Opthamology. JJSMH, Vol. 46 (2000), No. 3, pp. 448-449.
    2000Vol. 46, No. 2
    • Yoshiaki NISHIMURA: Concerning the Personal History of Jutokuin-Genyu. JJSMH, Vol. 46 (2000), No. 2, pp. 119-153.
    • Takeo NAGAYO: Introduction to the Knowledge of Physiology in "Ihan Teiko", Compared with That of "Jutei-Kaitaishinsho". JJSMH, Vol. 46 (2000), No. 2, pp. 177-191.
    • DING Lei: Activities of Medical Treatment and Culture Carried out by Modern Japan in China-A study on the Dojin Association (3)-. JJSMH, Vol. 46 (2000), No. 2, pp. 193-209.
    • Akitomo MATSUKI: The Genealogy and Graveyard of Sajibei Imose's Family in Relation to Seishu Hanaoka's Wife Kae. JJSMH, Vol. 46 (2000), No. 2, pp. 211-224.
    • Machiko HIRAO: "The Art of Nursing" by Florence Nightingale, Published by Claud Morris Books Limited and Printed in 1946, Which is Considered a Draft of "Notes on Nursing". JJSMH, Vol. 46 (2000), No. 2, pp. 225-246.
    • Working Group for the Study of the Ikeda Documents: Research on the Ikeda Documents (22). JJSMH, Vol. 46 (2000), No. 2, pp. 247-254.
    • Toshimitsu KATORI: The Historical Materials about the Medical System of the Edo Shogunate (9)-3. JJSMH, Vol. 46 (2000), No. 2, pp. 255-266.
    2000Vol. 46, No. 1
    • Senjuro MACHI: The Development of Scholarship in the Igakkan (3): The Place of Evidential Scholarship in Late Tokugawa Japan. JJSMH, Vol. 46 (2000), No. 1, pp. 03-22.
    • DING Lei: Activities of Medical Treatment and Culture Carried Out by Modern Japan in China - A Study on the Dojin Association (2). JJSMH, Vol. 46 (2000), No. 1, pp. 23-45.
    • Akitomo MATSUKI: A Genealogical Study of Seishu Hanaoka - from a Survey of the kawabatas and Yanagawas of Kainan City. JJSMH, Vol. 46 (2000), No. 1, pp. 47-55.
    • Yasuo OKADA: Gito Teruoka (1889-1966) and Medical History. JJSMH, Vol. 46 (2000), No. 1, pp. 57-73.
    • Working Group for the Study of the Ikeda Documents: Research on the Ikeda Documents (21). JJSMH, Vol. 46 (2000), No. 1, pp. 75-85.
    • Toshimitsu KATORI: The Historical Materials about the Medical System off the Edo Shogunate (9)-2. JJSMH, Vol. 46 (2000), No. 1, pp. 86-98.
    • Yoshikazu SUGITATSU: In Memory of Sukeichi Tanaka. JJSMH, Vol. 46 (2000), No. 1, pp. 99-101.
    1999Vol. 45, No. 4
    • Tatsuo TOMITA: Der Entdecker des Atrioventrikularbundels Dr.Sunao Tawara-Nachbemerkungen. JJSMH, Vol. 45 (1999), No. 4, pp. 503-514.
    • Senjuro MACHI: The Development of Scholarship in the Igakkan (2):Government Doctors during the Kansei Reform Period, as Seen in Yoshino zoshi. JJSMH, Vol. 45 (1999), No. 4, pp. 515-542.
    • DING Lei. JJSMH: Activities of Medical Treatment and Culture Carried out by Modern Japan in China - A Study on the Dojin Association- , Vol. 45, No. 4, pp. 543-562.
    • Akira KOBAYASHI: The Life of Dr.Masao Sumita (1878-1946), A Founder of Modern Orthopaedic Surgery in Kyushu. JJSMH, Vol. 45 (1999), No. 4, pp. 563-584.
    • Akitomo MATSUKI: A Bibliographical Study on Shutei Nakagawa's "Mayaku-ko" (A Collection of Anesthetics and Analgesics) - A Comparison of Four Manuscripts-. JJSMH, Vol. 45 (1999), No. 4, pp. 585-599.
    1999Vol. 45, No. 3
    • Jiro ENDO, Teruko NAKAMURA: Medical Thought of Dosan Manase's Early Years (1) - The Meaning of the Word Toryu. JJSMH, Vol. 45 (1999), No. 3, pp. 323-338.
    • Senjuro MACHI: The Development of Scholarship in the Igakkan (1): the Founding of the Igakkan. JJSMH, Vol. 45 (1999), No. 3, pp. 339-372.
    • Yasuaki FUKASE: On the Prevalence of Asiatic Cholera in Okinawa, 1879 and "Ryukyu-kiko" Written by Hironobu Tsuchiya. JJSMH, Vol. 45 (1999), No. 3, pp. 373-400.
    • Akitomo MATSUKI: On the Circumstances of the Publication of the 1855 Edition of "Roshia Gyuto Zensho" (Russian Vaccination Book). JJSMH, Vol. 45 (1999), No. 3, pp. 401-412.
    • Yasuaki FUKASE: "Igakusho Goyodome" (Memorandum on Medical School of Edo) Written by Ryosai Tezuka (4). JJSMH, Vol. 45 (1999), No. 3, pp. 413-420.
    • Working Group for the Study of the Ikeda Documents: Research on the Ikeda Documents (20). JJSMH, Vol. 45 (1999), No. 3, pp. 421-433.
    • Senjuro MACHI: Yosho Zoshi: Research Materials Related to Families of Doctors (3). JJSMH, Vol. 45 (1999), No. 3, pp. 435-448.
    • Toshimitsu KATORI: The Historical Materials about the Edo Shogunate (7). JJSMH, Vol. 45 (1999), No. 3, pp. 449-458.
    • Atsushi ISHII: In Memory of Shoichi Yamagata. JJSMH, Vol. 45 (1999), No. 3, pp. 459-460.
    • Je G.CHI: Introduction and Development of Pathology in Korea. JJSMH, Vol. 45 (1999), No. 3, pp. 500-489.
    1999Vol. 45, No. 2
    • Isao KUMAKURA: Tea in Japan. JJSMH, Vol. 45 (1999), No. 2, pp. 155-157.
    • Chang-Duk KEE: History of Korean Medicine. JJSMH, Vol. 45 (1999), No. 2, pp. 158-159.
    • Shirou GOTOU: A New Discovery of an Imperial Edict on "Daidouruijuhou" on the 3rd Day of the 5th Month in A.D.808. JJSMH, Vol. 45 (1999), No. 2, pp. 160-161.
    • Senjuro MACHI: Sohaku Asada's Manuscripts in the National Diet Library, which was once in Gakuken Dohi's Collection. JJSMH, Vol. 45 (1999), No. 2, pp. 162-163.
    • GUO Xiu Mei, Kenkichi OKADA: "Hu Shi Fangan"" by Hu Zhao Xin, a Chinese Doctor of the Qing Dynasty". JJSMH, Vol. 45 (1999), No. 2, pp. 164-165.
    • Shizuo TODA, Setsuko KAME: A Study of Medical Treatment in the Early Days of the Edo Era- (1): on the Old Manuscripts of a Book of Secrets on Acupuncture and Moxibustion. JJSMH, Vol. 45 (1999), No. 2, pp. 166-167.
    • Ichiro TODE: Chikayasu Tanba, as Described in the Medieval Diary "Notino Hokoin ki". JJSMH, Vol. 45 (1999), No. 2, pp. 168-169.
    • Sosogu NAKAYAMA: Medical Care Recorded in "Tokitune-kyoki" (Tokitune Yamasina's Diary). JJSMH, Vol. 45 (1999), No. 2, pp. 170-171.
    • Atsuo NAKANISHI: Dr. Kushimoto and Hidden Prescriptions. JJSMH, Vol. 45 (1999), No. 2, pp. 172-173.
    • Yoshiro HAYASHI,Osamu NOZAKI: On "Ihon Yamai-no-soshi". JJSMH, Vol. 45 (1999), No. 2, pp. 174-175.
    • Toshihiko HAMANAKA: Psychiatry in the "Canon in Medician" (1187/1556: Latin Translation by Avicenna (Ibn Sina). JJSMH, Vol. 45 (1999), No. 2, pp. 176-177.
    • Tatsuo SAKAI: Anatomy of Andreas Vesalius as the Origin of Systematic Anatomy. JJSMH, Vol. 45 (1999), No. 2, pp. 178-179.
    • Miyoko TSUKISAWA: Demonstration of the Movement of the Heart in William Harvey's "Prelectiones". JJSMH, Vol. 45 (1999), No. 2, pp. 180-181.
    • Akira TAKAHASHI: Jan Evangelista Purkyne: His Profile and Achievements. JJSMH, Vol. 45 (1999), No. 2, pp. 182-183.
    • Shoji YOSHIMOTO: Traditional Chinese Medicine and Taoism (Part 20): the Lot. JJSMH, Vol. 45 (1999), No. 2, pp. 184-185.
    • Kazuhiro MAKIZUMI: "Shang Han Lun"" before the Song Era". JJSMH, Vol. 45 (1999), No. 2, pp. 186-187.
    • Sachio TANAKA: Information on the Shoukanron" Held at Tanaka-Yaseien. JJSMH, Vol. 45 (1999), No. 2, pp. 188-189.
    • Kenji WATANABE,Toshihiko HANAWA: A Study on Jia Lai in the Chapter of Shui Qi Bing in "Jin Kui Yao Lue". JJSMH, Vol. 45 (1999), No. 2, pp. 190-191.
    • Yumi OHKAWA: Syphilis and Prostitution in the Meiji Era: the Operation of the 'Contagious Disease Act' and Sovereignity of the Lock Hospital and Medical Service in Japan. JJSMH, Vol. 45 (1999), No. 2, pp. 192-193.
    • LIANG Yongzuan: The History of Names for Syphilis in China. JJSMH, Vol. 45 (1999), No. 2, pp. 194-195.
    • Akitomo MATSUKI: New Information on Seishu Hanaoka's genealogy-the Yanagawas and the Kawabatas in Kainan City-. JJSMH, Vol. 45 (1999), No. 2, pp. 196-197.
    • Hitoshi TAKAHASHI: The Theory of Manbyoichidoku, Written by Seishu Hanaoka. JJSMH, Vol. 45 (1999), No. 2, pp. 198-199.
    • Uichi YAMANOUCHI, Yakoh CHIBA: J.Sichel's "Iconographie Ophthalmologique": Presented by Pompe van Meerdervoort to Ryojun Matsumoto. JJSMH, Vol. 45 (1999), No. 2, pp. 200-201.
    • Hiroshi KAMBARA: Dr. W.H.van der Heyeden, His Discendants and Relatives. JJSMH, Vol. 45 (1999), No. 2, pp. 202-203.
    • Kenya TSUGE: Shimamura Teiho and "Nikko Kibun" of W.Willis and A.F.Bauduin. JJSMH, Vol. 45 (1999), No. 2, pp. 204-205.
    • Michio KOMIYAMA: The Medical Education of Dr. William Willis in "The William Willis Document". JJSMH, Vol. 45 (1999), No. 2, pp. 206-207.
    • Takashi IMAIZUMI: Old Hospitals in Paris. JJSMH, Vol. 45 (1999), No. 2, pp. 208-209.
    • Yoto SHIMIZU: Study on the Mural Painting of the Great Amphitheatre in the Old Faculty of Medicine in Paris University. JJSMH, Vol. 45 (1999), No. 2, pp. 210-211.
    • Hyonosuke IZUMI: Medicine in Berlin in the Era of the Great Elector, with Special Reference to the Medical Edict of the Electorate of Brandenburg. JJSMH, Vol. 45 (1999), No. 2, pp. 212-213.
    • Soji KURIMOTO: Legal and Institutional Aspects of Learning and Profession in the English History of Medicine. JJSMH, Vol. 45 (1999), No. 2, pp. 214-215.
    • Machiko HIRAO: The Concept of Non-Naturals in "Isogoge in artem parvam Galieni" by Joannitius (Hunain ibn Isahz). JJSMH, Vol. 45 (1999), No. 2, pp. 216-217.
    • Hiroshi SATOH: The Genealogy of Modern Investigators of Medical History in the Kyushu District: Introduction to Dr. Tohru Iwakuma's Works and Philosophy. JJSMH, Vol. 45 (1999), No. 2, pp. 218-219.
    • Kisaku TERAHATA: Isao Iijima and teh Genealogy of Modern Japanese Parasitology. JJSMH, Vol. 45 (1999), No. 2, pp. 220-221.
    • Shigeru KIMURA: On Dr.Sizuo Mori, Father of Ougai Mori, and His Medical Works. JJSMH, Vol. 45 (1999), No. 2, pp. 222-223.
    • Akira KOBAYASHI: The Life of Dr. Masao Sumita: Founder of Modern Orthopaedic Surgery in Kyushu , Yoji NAGATOYA. JJSMH, Vol. 45 (1999), No. 2, pp. 224-225.
    • Nobuyasu KARASAWA: Microscopic Practical Lessons in the Saiseigakusha Medical School: a Study on the Microscopic Slide Samples of Pasteurella Pestis Prepared by Dr. Genichiro Hara. JJSMH, Vol. 45 (1999), No. 2, pp. 226-227.
    • Isaku MIZUTANI: The New Year's Ritual Which Wasn't Put into Practice. JJSMH, Vol. 45 (1999), No. 2, pp. 228-229.
    • Toshiyuki TAKIZAWA: Changes in the Citation of Yojo-ron in Japan. JJSMH, Vol. 45 (1999), No. 2, pp. 230-231.
    • Atsuo YAGI: Newly Found Documents on the Biographies of Yamawaki Dousaku the First and His Disciples. JJSMH, Vol. 45 (1999), No. 2, pp. 232-233.
    • Tsutomu ISHIHARA: The Kasuo Family and Chigen, a Priest-Physician. JJSMH, Vol. 45 (1999), No. 2, pp. 234-235.
    • Wolfgang MICHEL.: On the Background of "Oranda-Geka Shinan" (1696) JJSMH, Vol. 45 (1999), No. 2, pp. 236-237.
    • Teruko NAKAMURA, Jiro ENDO: A Reexamination of Theriac. JJSMH, Vol. 45 (1999), No. 2, pp. 238-239.
    • Yasuko ODA: On the Place and the Date, the Son of Lady Mary Was Inoculated in Turkey. JJSMH, Vol. 45 (1999), No. 2, pp. 240-241.
    • Sumio ISHIDA: On Joseph Jakob Edler von Plenck (1739-1807). JJSMH, Vol. 45 (1999), No. 2, pp. 242-243.
    • Ichiro KUMAKURA: Louis' "Effects of Bloodletting in Pleuropneumonia". JJSMH, Vol. 45 (1999), No. 2, pp. 244-245.
    • Hiroshi IKI: Cause and Age of Death as Documented in the Burial Certificates of the Meiji and Taisho Eras. JJSMH, Vol. 45 (1999), No. 2, pp. 246-247.
    • Yoshiyuki KUROSAWA: The Dawn of Aeromedicine in the Army. JJSMH, Vol. 45 (1999), No. 2, pp. 248-249.
    • Yoji NAGATOYA, Toshiyuki SAKAJO: The History of Osaka Medical College and Kansai Medical College. JJSMH, Vol. 45 (1999), No. 2, pp. 250-251.
    • Kouya MIYAKAWA: A Study on "Bian Cangzhuan" Handwritten by Kyuka. JJSMH, Vol. 45 (1999), No. 2, pp. 252-253.
    • Kidou SUGITA: The Social Background of "Kanbyo Youzinsho". JJSMH, Vol. 45 (1999), No. 2, pp. 254-255.
    • Kohji MASAHASHI: Herbalists of the Yedo Period (Honzoka), Who Took Interest in the Hokuriku Region (3) Noro Genjo and His Footprints in Etchu-Province. JJSMH, Vol. 45 (1999), No. 2, pp. 256-257.
    • Shozo AZ: A Report on Activities of Physicians in the District "Innai-Ginzan" and Medical Circumstances in the Late Edo Era-from the Diary of Youan Kadoya AMI. JJSMH, Vol. 45 (1999), No. 2, pp. 258-259.
    • LIANG Rong: The Abdominal Diagnosis of Wenbig Disease Studied by Dai Tianzhang. JJSMH, Vol. 45 (1999), No. 2, pp. 260-261.
    • Kazuhiro TOMOBE: Analysis of Examples of Medical Treatment Written in the "Shazhang Yuheng". JJSMH, Vol. 45 (1999), No. 2, pp. 262-263.
    • Koichi SHINOHARA: The Meaning of "Kyuzetsuendoden". JJSMH, Vol. 45 (1999), No. 2, pp. 264-265.
    • Jiro ENDO, Teruko NAKAMURA: Studies of "Daitokusaiinpo", Reported to Have Been Brought from China by Sanki Tashiro. JJSMH, Vol. 45 (1999), No. 2, pp. 266-267.
    • Yasuo OKADA: Gito Teraoka and Medical History. JJSMH, Vol. 45 (1999), No. 2, pp. 268-269.
    • Kaoru MOTOMIYA: Buntaro Adachi and His Achievements , Regis OLRY. JJSMH, Vol. 45 (1999), No. 2, pp. 270-271.
    • Teruo HIGUCHI: On the Former Board Examination of Medical Practitioners during the Period from 1875-1883. JJSMH, Vol. 45 (1999), No. 2, pp. 272-273.
    • Yukio SHIBATA: Progress of Medical Chemistry (Biochemistry) in Japan. JJSMH, Vol. 45 (1999), No. 2, pp. 274-275.
    • Toshihiko HASEGAWA: Historical Analysis on the Development of the Japanese Hospital and Its Funtion. JJSMH, Vol. 45 (1999), No. 2, pp. 276-277.
    • Akiko SUGIYAMA: Development of Rural Medicine: the Practice of Clinical Epidemiology at Saku Hospital. JJSMH, Vol. 45 (1999), No. 2, pp. 278-279.
    • Kyoko OKAMURA, Nobuko MURAYAMA, Toshihiko HASEGAWA: Historical Analysis of Infant Mortality: Implications for International Health. JJSMH, Vol. 45 (1999), No. 2, pp. 280-281.
    • Hisayoshi KONDO, Toshihiko HASEGAWA: A Historical Policy Analysis of Manpower Management in Modern Japan: the Role of the Doctor and Midwife. JJSMH, Vol. 45 (1999), No. 2, pp. 282-283.
    • TAO Huining: A Study on the "Sei Kotu Han": Osteopathy in Edo Era. JJSMH, Vol. 45 (1999), No. 2, pp. 284-285.
    • Shinichi MATSUO: On the Osteological Terms of "Kaiba Shinsho" (The Anatomy of the Horse, 1852). JJSMH, Vol. 45 (1999), No. 2, pp. 286-287.
    • Namika YANAGISAWA: A Female Army Surgeon Masquerading as a Gentleman. JJSMH, Vol. 45 (1999), No. 2, pp. 288-289.
    • Yuko MISAKI: A Preliminary Study on the History of Female Medical Doctors in the Meiji Period (3): the Hospital of Fujin Kyoritsu Ikujikai. JJSMH, Vol. 45 (1999), No. 2, pp. 290-291.
    • Makoto MAYANAGI: An Internet Search for All the Medical Works Till the End of the Edo-period. JJSMH, Vol. 45 (1999), No. 2, pp. 292-293.
    • Yuichi WADA: A Study of the General Outlook on Medicine in Ancient China. JJSMH, Vol. 45 (1999), No. 2, pp. 294-295.
    • ZHENG Jinsheng: Style and Scientific Value of "Materia Medica Figura" before Qing Dynasty. JJSMH, Vol. 45 (1999), No. 2, pp. 296-297.
    • Hiroshi KOSOTO: A Life of Xiong Zongli: the Date of Birth and Death. JJSMH, Vol. 45 (1999), No. 2, pp. 298-299.
    • Yasuaki FUKASE: Preventive Works from "Kobunroku" by Hironobu Tsuchiya in Okinawa, 1879. JJSMH, Vol. 45 (1999), No. 2, pp. 300-301.
    • SHAO Pei: A Chronological and Compartive Table of Disease History in China and Japan. JJSMH, Vol. 45 (1999), No. 2, pp. 302-303.
    • Bunichi NISHIOEDA: On the Judgement of Sex by Paolo Zacchia's "Questionum medico-legalium". JJSMH, Vol. 45 (1999), No. 2, pp. 304-305.
    • Bok-kyu KWON: On the Epidemic Diseases of the Early Choson Period , Sang-Ik HWANG. JJSMH, Vol. 45 (1999), No. 2, pp. 306-307.
    • Jwa Seop SHIN, Chang-Duk KEE: On the Traditional Surgery of the Choson Period. JJSMH, Vol. 45 (1999), No. 2, pp. 308-309.
    • Nobuko TAKAYASU: Medical Missionaries in Korea (First Report). JJSMH, Vol. 45 (1999), No. 2, pp. 310-311.
    1999Vol. 45, No. 1
    • Senjuro MACHI: Yoshino Zoshi: Research Materials Related to Families of Doctors (2). JJSMH, Vol. 45 (1999), No. 1, pp. 111-123.
    • Kazuo KINOSHITA: Dr. Itsuro Tashiro, Compiler of a Unique Medical History of the Miyazaki Region. JJSMH, Vol. 45 (1999), No. 1, pp. 125-126.
    • : Annals of Ryusai Kuwata. JJSMH, Vol. 45 (1999), No. 1, pp. 127-128.
    • Mitsufumi OHOSHI: A Historical Review on the Recognition of Well-being and Diseases in Japanese Literature: Its Multiplex Construction. JJSMH, Vol. 45 (1999), No. 1, pp. 3-30.
    • Yasuko ODA: Inoculation in Boston from 1721 to American Independence (3). JJSMH, Vol. 45 (1999), No. 1, pp. 31-44.
    • Akitomo MATSUKI: New Information about Seishu Hanaoka's Family Tree According to the Burial Records of Jizoji Temple. JJSMH, Vol. 45 (1999), No. 1, pp. 45-76.
    • Yasuko ODA: A Sermon against the Dangerous and Sinful Practice of Inoculation by the English Minister Edmond Massey. JJSMH, Vol. 45 (1999), No. 1, pp. 77-84.
    • Working Group for the Study of the Ikeda documents: Research on the Ikeda Documents (19). JJSMH, Vol. 45 (1999), No. 1, pp. 99-109.
    • Shizu SAKAI: The Concept of the Body from a Historical Viewpoint. JJSMH, Vol. 45 (1999), No. 2, pp. 147-154.
    1998Vol. 44, No. 4
    • Hiroshi KOSOTO: From Scroll Copy to Song-Yuan Books: Aspects of the Reception of Chinese Medical Works in Medieval Japan. JJSMH, Vol. 44 (1998), No. 4, pp. 451-480.
    • Jiro ENDO, Teruko NAKAMURA: A Study of the View that Dodo and Sanki Were Different Persons. JJSMH, Vol. 44 (1998), No. 4, pp. 481-498.
    • Akitomo MATSUKI: The Death Dates of Seishu Hanaoka's Three Patients with Breast Cancer Identified by Jizoji's Burial Records. JJSMH, Vol. 44 (1998), No. 4, pp. 499-508.
    • Yasuko ODA: Inoculation in Boston from 1721 to American Independence (2). JJSMH, Vol. 44 (1998), No. 4, pp. 509-522.
    • Kouya MIYAKAWA: Guiding Remarks for Reading Chinese into Japnese Noted in Chap. Bian Cong Zhuan of the "Shiji" Nanhoa Edition. JJSMH, Vol. 44 (1998), No. 4, pp. 523-540.
    • Senjuro MACHI: Yoshino Zoshi: Research Materials Related to Families of Doctors (1). JJSMH, Vol. 44 (1998), No. 4, pp. 541-556.
    • Yasuaki FUKASE: "Igakusho Goyodome" (Memorandum on Medical School of Edo) Written by Ryosai Tezuka (3). JJSMH, Vol. 44 (1998), No. 4, pp. 557-562.
    • Working Group for the Study of the Ikeda Documents: Research on the Ikeda Documents (18). JJSMH, Vol. 44 (1998), No. 4, pp. 563-569.
    1998Vol. 44, No. 3
    • Yasuaki FUKASE: Igakusho Goyodome (Memorandum on Medical School of Edo) Written by Ryosai Tezuka (2). JJSMH, Vol. 44 (1998), No. 3, pp. 419-423.
    • Working Group for the Study of the Ikeda Documents: Research on the Ikeda Documents (17). JJSMH, Vol. 44 (1998), No. 3, pp. 415-418.
    • Shigeharu NAKAYAMA: The Introduction of M.D. Genpo Matsushita. Who Was the Chikugo Kurume Clan's Doctor and Head of Ogata-Koan's Tekijuku. JJSMH, Vol. 44 (1998), No. 3, pp. 409-414.
    • Hyonosuke IZUMI: Kohl Powder as the Origin of the Word Alcohol and Rose Water: a Medico-historical Brief Encounter with Morocco. JJSMH, Vol. 44 (1998), No. 3, pp. 397-407.
    • Noriaki MATSUMURA: The Japanese Conception of Nerve before the Publication of the Kaitai-shinsho. JJSMH, Vol. 44 (1998), No. 3, pp. 385-398.
    • Yasuo OKADA: The Phenomenology of Possession Symptoms: an Analysis of Their Structure (2). JJSMH, Vol. 44 (1998), No. 3, pp. 369-354.
    • Hyonosuke IZUMI: The Life of Moses Maimonides (2). JJSMH, Vol. 44 (1998), No. 3, pp. 351-368.
    • Tatsushi ISHIZAKI: Government Supplementary Medical Course Aimed at the Improvement of Knowledge of Preventive Medicine and Hygiene for Medical Practitioners. JJSMH, Vol. 44 (1998), No. 3, pp. 317-350.
    • Yasuko ODA: Inoculation in Boston from 1721 to American Independence. JJSMH, Vol. 44 (1998), No. 3, pp. 303-316.
    1998Vol. 44, No. 2
    • Yasuaki FUKASE / Makoto MAYANAGI: Prevalence of Asia Cholera in Okinawa, 1879 and Ryukyu-kikou Written by Hironobu Tsuchiya. JJSMH, Vol. 44 (1998), No. 2, pp. 292-293.
    • Nobuko TAKAYASU: The Medical Missionaries in Korea Before 1910. JJSMH, Vol. 44 (1998), No. 2, pp. 290-291.
    • Sentaro KIMURA: The Birth Place and Its Neighborhood of a Physician of the Late Edo-Shogun. JJSMH, Vol. 44 (1998), No. 2, pp. 288-289.
    • Tomoo UEDA / Hideo KOTAKE / Syunichi MIYASHITA / Makoto YOSHIDA: Study on Sinichi Akagi (III). JJSMH, Vol. 44 (1998), No. 2, pp. 286-287.
    • Shinichi MIYASHITA: Jun Matsumoto and Hokkaido - - Especially His Coming and What He Did in Hokkaido. JJSMH, Vol. 44 (1998), No. 2, pp. 284-285.
    • Akiko YOSHIMI / Keiko SUZUKI: Crawford F.Sams, MD, His Ideals and Achievements. JJSMH, Vol. 44 (1998), No. 2, pp. 282-283.
    • Yohji NAGATOYA / Toshiyuki SAKAJO: The History of Administration for Prevention of Venereal Disease. JJSMH, Vol. 44 (1998), No. 2, pp. 280-281.
    • Naoki KOTANI / Akitomo MATSUKI: A History of Spinal Anesthesia in Japan Before World War II. JJSMH, Vol. 44 (1998), No. 2, pp. 278-279.
    • Akitomo MATSUKI: New Information about Seishu Hanaoka's Family Tree As Traced by Jizoji's Burial Record. JJSMH, Vol. 44 (1998), No. 2, pp. 276-277.
    • Yoshio EGAWA / Kazuo NAKAGAWA: The Republication of the Geibi Izi Which Was Published 100 Years Ago As the Early Medical Journal in Japan. JJSMH, Vol. 44 (1998), No. 2, pp. 274-275.
    • Kido SUGITA: A Dead Body and Transplantation of Organ. JJSMH, Vol. 44 (1998), No. 2, pp. 272-273.
    • Teruo HIGUCHI: On the Former Board Examination of Medical Practitioner Held in Tokyo Between 1879 and 1883. JJSMH, Vol. 44 (1998), No. 2, pp. 270-271.
    • Jie CHEN: Asada Sohaku and the Qing Legation in Meiji Japan. JJSMH, Vol. 44 (1998), No. 2, pp. 268-269.
    • Satoshi AIDA: Wassermann's Reaction of Syphilis and Its Introduction into Japan. JJSMH, Vol. 44 (1998), No. 2, pp. 266-267.
    • Akihito NISHIMAKI: A History of Vitality in the Dental Hard Tissue. JJSMH, Vol. 44 (1998), No. 2, pp. 264-265.
    • Hiroshi SATO: On the Bibliographical Study on the Acceptance and Installation of Japanese Anatomical Term SUI JJSMH, Vol. 44 (1998), No. 2, pp. 262-263.
    • Masao TAKAHASHI: Ohgai's A View on Peaseful Repose. JJSMH, Vol. 44 (1998), No. 2, pp. 260-261.
    • Yasuo OKADA: The History of Genetics in Japanese Psychiatry (Part Two). JJSMH, Vol. 44 (1998), No. 2, pp. 258-259.
    • Hyonosuke IZUMI: Hasdai ibn Shaprut and the Cairo Genizah. JJSMH, Vol. 44 (1998), No. 2, pp. 256-257.
    • Toshihiko HAMANAKA: Psychiatry in Canon in Medicina (1187/1556) by Avicenna (Ibn Sina). JJSMH, Vol. 44 (1998), No. 2, pp. 254-255.
    • Ichiro FUJIKURA: The Blood-letting in American Medicine of the Nineteenth Century. JJSMH, Vol. 44 (1998), No. 2, pp. 252-253.
    • Shinichi MATSUO: An Introduction of An Elementary Atlas of Comparative Osteology by Thomas Henry Huxley, 1864. JJSMH, Vol. 44 (1998), No. 2, pp. 250-251.
    • Tatsuo SAKAI: Framework of Vesalius's anatomy and its origin. JJSMH, Vol. 44 (1998), No. 2, pp. 248-249.
    • Yasuko ODA: Controversies over the Introduction of Inoculation in France. JJSMH, Vol. 44 (1998), No. 2, pp. 246-247.
    • Akira KOBAYASHI: Short History of Medicine in Lyon-Hotel. JJSMH, Vol. 44 (1998), No. 2, pp. 244-245.
    • Sumio ISHIDA: A History of Surgeons Guild in Leiden, the Netherlands. JJSMH, Vol. 44 (1998), No. 2, pp. 242-243.
    • Regis OLRY / Kaoru MOTOMIYA: The Autonomic Nervous System on Pietro Berrettini's Anatomical Plates. JJSMH, Vol. 44 (1998), No. 2, pp. 240-241.
    • Akira TAKAHASHI / Yasuhiro ITO: Clinical Neurology in Germany from Romberg to Erb. JJSMH, Vol. 44 (1998), No. 2, pp. 238-239.
    • DING Lei: On the Organ Dojin of the Dojin Society. JJSMH, Vol. 44 (1998), No. 2, pp. 236-237.
    • Hiroshi KOSOTO: Rare Old Medical Texts Held at Tanaka-Yasei-en. JJSMH, Vol. 44 (1998), No. 2, pp. 234-235.
    • GUO Xui Mei / Kenkichi Okada: Zhao Song-Yang, a Chinese Doctor of Qing Dynasty, and the Hidden Facts in Nagasaki, 1726-1729. JJSMH, Vol. 44 (1998), No. 2, pp. 232-233.
    • Jiro ENDO / Teruko NAKAMURA: Studies of the Compilen of Zen Ku Shu and His Intention. JJSMH, Vol. 44 (1998), No. 2, pp. 230-231.
    • Kazuhiro MAKIZUMI: Origin of Ka-Fuka (Indication and Disindication) at Song ed. Shang Han Lun. JJSMH, Vol. 44 (1998), No. 2, pp. 228-229.
    • Shunsuke HARADA / Hiroshi KOSOTO / Makoto MAYANAGI: Uses of Crude Drugs in Yuji-Weiyi. JJSMH, Vol. 44 (1998), No. 2, pp. 226-227.
    • Makoto MAYANAGI: New Discovery on the Xiaoxing Bencao. JJSMH, Vol. 44 (1998), No. 2, pp. 224-225.
    • Reiko SHINNO: The Temple of the Three Emperors in Yuan China (1260). JJSMH, Vol. 44 (1998), No. 2, pp. 222-223.
    • Kazuhiro TOMOBE / Hiroshi KOSOTO: Venesection As Seen in the Writings of LyDong-yuan. JJSMH, Vol. 44 (1998), No. 2, pp. 220-221.
    • Kouya MIYAKAWA: Use of Chinese Characters in Somon Kochu. JJSMH, Vol. 44 (1998), No. 2, pp. 218-219.
    • Yuichi WADA: A Comparison Between Sanguozhi and Sanguozhiyanyi from the Medical Technological Point of View. JJSMH, Vol. 44 (1998), No. 2, pp. 216-217.
    • Pei SHAO: The Prevalence of Ancient Epidemics in China and Japan. JJSMH, Vol. 44 (1998), No. 2, pp. 214-215.
    • Shoji YOSHIMOTO: The Traditional Chinese Medicine & Taoism (19). The Amulet, Talisman. JJSMH, Vol. 44 (1998), No. 2, pp. 212-213.
    • Kohji MASAHASHI: Herbalists of the Yedo Period (Honzoka), Who Took an Interest in the Hokuriku Region (2) Kuroda Suizan and his Documents from Mt. Hakusan and Mt. Tateyama. JJSMH, Vol. 44 (1998), No. 2, pp. 210-211.
    • Tsutomu ISHIHARA: Ishun, Choshun Adachi's Ancestor and Kaikyo Ishun Notsuke. JJSMH, Vol. 44 (1998), No. 2, pp. 208-209.
    • Takeo NAGAYO: Furutayama of Omura-Han and Shuntatsu Nagayo and Shukuzan Oura. JJSMH, Vol. 44 (1998), No. 2, pp. 206-207.
    • Machiko HIRAO: The Origin of the Japanese Word for Nursing, Kango (3rd Report)- -the Appearance of This Word in Genko-shakusho, a History of Buddhism from the Late Kamakura Era. JJSMH, Vol. 44 (1998), No. 2, pp. 204-205.
    • Shozo AZAMI: An Analytical Research on the Record of the Deceased in the Silver Mine Innai-Ginzan in the Late Edo Period - - from the Diary of Youan Kadoya. JJSMH, Vol. 44 (1998), No. 2, pp. 202-203.
    • Senjuro MACHI: Kojima Hoso's Transcription of the Chapter Twenty-two of Ishinpo. JJSMH, Vol. 44 (1998), No. 2, pp. 200-201.
    • Kazuyoshi WADA: Portorato?gHipocrites Sodus Printed by Keiga Kawahara. JJSMH, Vol. 44 (1998), No. 2, pp. 198-199.
    • Hiroshi KAMBARA: Recent Findings of Hippocrates's Portraits and Panegyrical Poetry in Honour of Hippocrates in Japan. JJSMH, Vol. 44 (1998), No. 2, pp. 196-197.
    • Ichiro KUROKAWA / Yasuhisa SHIMADA / Makoto YOSHIDA: Studies on the Contents of Notes Described by Oota Masao (Kinoshita Mokutaro), Who at That Time was a Medical Student of Tokyo Imperial University (Continued). JJSMH, Vol. 44 (1998), No. 2, pp. 194-195.
    • Atsuo NAKANISHI: On Dr. Tokiziro Kato and Yokohama. JJSMH, Vol. 44 (1998), No. 2, pp. 192-193.
    • Nobuyasu KARASAWA: Biochemistry Scientist Kenzo Suto Who Graduated Saiseigakusha Medical School, Became the President of Old System Kanazawa University School of Medicine. JJSMH, Vol. 44 (1998), No. 2, pp. 190-191.
    • Sosogu NAKAYAMA: Dr. Soji Mirihana, a Pioneer Doctor Early in the Meiji Era. JJSMH, Vol. 44 (1998), No. 2, pp. 188-189.
    • Toshiro OHMURA: Medical History Education of Younger Generation. JJSMH, Vol. 44 (1998), No. 2, pp. 187.
    • Kisaku TERAHATA: Collection and Preservation of Records in Medical History in Japan - - Present and Future. JJSMH, Vol. 44 (1998), No. 2, pp. 186.
    • John WR McIntyre: North American Vaccination above the 49th Parallel. JJSMH, Vol. 44 (1998), No. 2, pp. 184-185.
    • Malcom F. Beeson: Edward Jenner's Activity in Science. JJSMH, Vol. 44 (1998), No. 2, pp. 180-183.
    • Akitomo MATSUKI: Misunderstandings concerning Goroji Nakagawa, a Japanese pioneer of Jennerian Vaccination. JJSMH, Vol. 44 (1998), No. 2, pp. 177-179.
    1998Vol. 44, No. 1
    • Working Group for the Study of Ikeda Documents: Research on the Ikeda Documents (16). JJSMH, Vol. 44 (1998), No. 1, pp. 121-136.
    • Senjuro MACHI: Letter by Hoso Kojima While Staying in Kyoto in the 13th year of Tempo (1842). JJSMH, Vol. 44 (1998), No. 1, pp. 97-120.
    • Yasuaki FUKASE: Igakusho Goyodome (Memorandum on Medical School of Edo) Written by Ryosai Tezuka. JJSMH, Vol. 44 (1998), No. 1, pp. 91-96.
    • Jiro ENDO / Teruko NAKAMURA / Yangxuan LIANG / Michiharu NAKURA: Medical Theory Described in Shu I Ton Toku by Sanki Tashiro (1) - The Meaning of the Terms, Gyu Hachi, and Sanki. JJSMH, Vol. 44 (1998), No. 1, pp. 73-90.
    • Senjuro MACHI: Ju Defined by Shuan KAGAWA in Jui-Ippon Focusing on Daigaku-so. JJSMH, Vol. 44 (1998), No. 1, pp. 49-72.
    • Hyonosuke IZUMI: The Life of Moses Maimonides (1). JJSMH, Vol. 44 (1998), No. 1, pp. 27-48.
    • Yasuo OKADA: The Phenomenology of Possession Symptoms: an Analysis of Their Structure (1). JJSMH, Vol. 44 (1998), No. 1, pp. 3-25.
    1997Vol. 43, No. 4
    • Akitomo MATSUKI: A Genealogical Study of the Aiyas from the Burial Records of Komido Temple. JJSMH, Vol. 43 (1997), No. 4, pp. 415.
    • Tatsuo SAKAI: "Fabrica" and "Epitome" of Vesalius as Anatomical Books. JJSMH, Vol. 43 (1997), No. 4, pp. 423.
    • Masami TATENO: Yoshimasu Todo's View of Destiny of Heaven in Relation to the Ancient Chinese Philosophy of Medicine. JJSMH, Vol. 43 (1997), No. 4, pp. 459.
    • Yasuaki FUKASE: Robley Dunglison's Medical Lexicon and Its Contribution to Japanese Medicine in the Meiji Era. JJSMH, Vol. 43 (1997), No. 4, pp. 479.
    • Takeo NAGAYO: Revolutionary Change of the Medical Education System from Chinese to Western Style - A Story of the Conflict between K. Azai and S. Nagayo. JJSMH, Vol. 43 (1997), No. 4, pp. 503
    • Record of the Assembly in 1947 JJSMH, Vol. 43 (1997), No. 4, pp. 519
    • Senjuro MACHI: Title and Name Index of "Kasei Guki".JJSMH, Vol. 43 (1997), No. 4, pp. 525.
    • Yohji NAGATOYA: In Memory of the Late Dr. Giichi Fukushima. JJSMH, Vol. 43 (1997), No. 4, pp. 546.