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by Ye Feng,Nigel Wiseman

Author: Ye Feng,Nigel Wiseman
Subcategory: Medicine & Health Sciences
Language: English Chinese
Publisher: Paradigm Pubns; Subsequent edition (June 1, 1998)
Pages: 945 pages
Category: Other
Rating: 4.3
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I received the book, 'The Practical Dictionary of Chinese Medicine' direct . The issue with all texts on Chinese medicine in English is translation.

I have to say, there's nothing like it in English that I have encountered so far in my studies of Chinese medicine dating back to 1984. While you're at it, you might want to try to obtain another Nigel Wiseman book, re-published in 2006, English-Chinese Chinese-English Dictionary of Chinese Medicine (really a glossary) ISBN: 7-5357-1656-3 This book may well help you to deal with the vast amount of terminology covered in A Practical Dictionary of Chinese Medicine.

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Building on their A practical dictionary of Chinese medicine (Paradigm,1998), Wiseman and Ye (Chang Gung . Taiwan) introduce English-speaking students with some familiarity with Chinese to the basic concepts, terminology, and written characters of traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) for clinical or translation purposes. Includes exercises with an answer key; appended material (. on the Pinyn transcription system and pronunciation); and a lengthy index of TCM terms in English, Chinese, and Pinyn. Annotation c. Book News, In. Portland, OR (booknews.

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Nigel Wiseman A Practical Dictionary of Chinese Medicine English terminology of Chinese medicine translation method word-for-word literal translation. The paper was written on the basis of an e-mailing discussion with FANG Ting-yu (Beijing University of Chinese Medicine), LIU Gan-zhong (China-Japan Friendship Hospital), LU Wei-bo (China Academy of Traditional Chinese Medicine), WANG Kui (World Association of Traditional Chinese Medical Societies), WANG Tai (Medical College, Qinghai University) and ZHANG. Lu SX, Zhu DX.

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Schaum's Outline of Chinese Grammar is designed to assist beginning and intermediate students of Mandarin Chinese develop and enhance their knowledge of Chinese grammar. Chinese morphology can be intimidating to students. It serves as a much-needed supplement to textbooks and class materials currently being used in first-and second-year college-level courses.

From the simple and common to the complex and rare, this book contains subtleties, distinctions and nuances of Chinese medicine never found in beginners texts. Whether for translational or clinical application, it presents the concepts of Chinese medicine exactly as they would come to the mind of a Chinese physician speaking or writing in their native language.

Arranged as a classical dictionary, definitions are provided in English alphabetic order, and include the english term, the source Chinese term, its Pinyin transliteration (including spoken tone), pronunciation, etymology, and one or more definitions as applied in Chinese medicine. Terms used within definitions are cross-referenced and disease and symptom descriptions include the standard therapies applied in the People's Republic of China. Each definition is referenced to one or more Chinese source. In all, it lists the characters, Pinyin, translations, and definitions for more than 10,000 medical concepts, including treatments for the patterns catalogued, 2,000 formulas, 1,700 natural drugs, and 1,500 acupoints.

The definitions and treatments are drawn from clinically authoritative Chinese medical sources, all of which are cited. The many useful features include a full set of English common and commercial names for medicinal substances, as well as standard Latin scientific names. Western medical correspondences are noted, as is nomenclature put forward by the World Health Organization. The index is comprehensive and fully cross referenced; it also includes lesser-used terms and nomenclature so it may be used as a translators' glossary. There is one foreword by Chen Keji, the pioneer of integrated Chinese medicine, and another by Paul Unschuld, the renowned sinologist.

This is a valuable work that will provide rapid access to an enormous amount of information for the student, researcher, or clinician, and is sure to become the new reference source for academic studies, international exchange, and training in Chinese medicine.