Chinese Medicine Books

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Huang, S.-L. (2003). A quantitative and qualitative study of the mental health of Chinese workers in the West Midlands area of the UK. Birmingham, University of Birmingham.

Huang, T. and I. Veith (1966). Huang Ti Nei ching su wên: the Yellow Emperor's classic of internal medicine. Berkeley, University of California Press.

Huang, X. and Z. Xie (1984). Dictionary of traditional Chinese medicine: Chung i yao tz'u tien. Hong Kong, Commercial Press.

Huang, Z. Q. (1992). [Development of traditional Chinese medicine and pharmacy in Singapore].

Huang, Z., X. Huang, et al. (1999). [Zhang Binglin and traditional Chinese medicine].

Huang-fu, M., S.-z. Yang, et al. (1994). The systematic classic of acupuncture & moxibustion = [Huang-ti chen chiu Chia i ching]. Boulder, CO, Blue Poppy Press.

Huard Pierre, A., M. Wong, et al. (1968). [La Médecine chinoise.] Chinese medicine. Translated. by Bernard Fielding. [With illustrations.]. London; Verona printed, Weidenfeld & Nicolson.

Huard, P. A., J. Bossy, et al. (1978). Les médecines de l'asie. Paris, Editions du Seuil.

Huard, P. and C.-m. Wang (1956). Bio-bibliographie de la médecine chinoise, [Saigon.

Huard, P. and M. Huang (1964). La médecine chinoise. Paris, Presses universitaires de France.

Huard, P. and M. Wong (1959). La medecine chinoise au cours des siecles. Paris, Éditions R. Dacosta.

Huard, P. and M. Wong (1968). Chinese medicine. London, Weidenfeld and Nicolson.

Huard, P. and M. Wong (1971). Soins et techniques du corps en Chine, au Japon, et en Inde. [Paris], Berg international.

Hucker, C. O. (1985). A dictionary of official titles in Imperial China. Stanford, CA, Stanford University Press.

Huisheng, X. (1994). Traditional Chinese veterinary medicine. Beijing, Beijing Agricultural University Press.

Hukuda, S. (2000). Spinal degenerative lesions and spinal ligamentous ossifications in ancient Chinese populations of the Yellow River civilization.

Hume, E. H. (1925). Relationships in medicine between China and the western world.

Hume, E. H. (1940). The Chinese way in medicine. Baltimore, The Johns Hopkins press.

Hummel, A. W. and D. Library of Congress. Orientalia (1970). Eminent Chinese of the Ch`ing period (1644-1912). Taipei, Ch'eng Wen Publishing Co.

Hu-nan Chung i yao yen chiu so. Ko wei, h. (1978). A barefoot doctor's manual. London [etc.], Routledge and Kegan Paul.

Hu-nan Chung i yao yen chiu so. Ko wei, h. and E. F. I. C. f. A. S. i. t. H. S. John (1990). A barefoot doctor's manual: the American translation of the official Chinese paramedical manual. Philadelphia, Running Press.

Hunan Revolutionary Health, C. (1977). A barefoot doctor's manual. London, Routledge and Kegan Paul.

Hunt, J. (2000). Cross-sectional analysis comparing mortality of Chinese immigrants with the national average, Original typescript.

Hutcheon, R. (1999). Bedside manner: hospital and health care in Hong Kong. Hong Kong, Chinese University Press.

Hyatt, R. (1979). Chinese herbal medicine.

Hyatt, R. and R. Feldman (1978). Chinese herbal medicine: an ancient art and modern healing science. New York; Thorsons, 1984.

Hyatt, R. and R. Feldman (1978). Chinese herbal medicine: ancient art and modern science. London, Wildwood House.

Inoue, H. and S. Gakujutsu Joho (1994). Wa-Kan-Kan iseki kokusai sogo mokuroku no jikko kanosei chosa = Report of a feasibility study on compilation of an international union catalog of Oriental medical materials in Japanese, Chinese and Korean languages. Tokyo, Gakujutsu Joho Senta.

Institute for Advanced Research in Asian Science and, M. (1977). American journal of Chinese medicine, Garden City, NY.

Institute for Advanced Research in Asian Science and, M. (1978). Comparative medicine, East and West, New York Neale Watson Academic Publications.

Institute of Chinese Materia, M. and M. China Academy of Traditional Chinese (1989). Medicinal plants in China: a selection of 150 commonly used species. Manila, World Health Organization, Regional Office for the Western Pacific.

Institute of History of Medicine and Medical Research. Dept of Philosophy of Medicine and, S. (1973). Theories and philosophies of medicine: with particular reference to Greco-Arab medicine, Ayurveda, and traditional Chinese medicine. New Delhi, The Institute.

International Conference on Traditional Chinese Medicine and, P. and F. Zhonghua Quanguo Zhongyi Xuehui Shanghai (1987). International Conference on Traditional Chinese Medicine and Pharmacology, 1987, Shanghai, China. Beijing, China Academic Publishers.

International Congress on Traditional Asian, M. and M. International Association for the Study of Traditional Asian (1984). Second International Congress on Traditional Asian Medicine: ICTAM II: Surabaya, September 2-7, 1984. [S.l., s.n.

International Society for Infectious, D. and M. Chinese University of Hong Kong Faculty of Medicine Department of (1996). 7th International congress for infectious diseases, [np].

International Workshop on Medical Imaging and Augmented, R., S. Siemens Medical, et al. (2001). International Workshop on Medical Imaging and Augmented Reality, 10-12 June 2001, Shatin, N.T., Hong Kong: proceedings. Los Alamitos, Calif., IEEE Computer Society.

Ishida, H. (1992). Chugoku igaku shisoshi: mo hitotsu no igaku. Tokyo, Tokyo Daigaku Shuppankai.

Jackson, R. (1995). Tibetan medicine and dermatology in the fifteenth century.

Jahnke, R. (1999). The healer within: using traditional Chinese techniques to release your body's own medicine. New York, HarperSanFrancisco.

Jahnke, R. (2002). The healing promise of Qi: creating extraordinary wellness through Qigong and Tai Chi. Chicago, Ill.; London, Contemporary Books.

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