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Ma, J. (1999). [Unearthed ancient Chinese medical literatures currently preserved in Russia].

Ma, K.-W. (1980). [An introduction to ancient Greek medicine].

Ma, K.-W. (1989). Classic Chinese medical literature in contemporary China: texts selected for modern editions, and problems associated with this work: a brief historical retrospect. [S.l., s.n.

Ma, K.-W. (1989). Classic Chinese medical literature in contemporary China: texts selected for modern editions, and problems associated with this work.

Ma, K.-W. (1992). The roots and development of Chinese acupuncture: from prehistory to early 20th century.

Ma, K.-w. (2000). Hare-lip surgery in the history of traditional Chinese medicine.

Macgowan, D. G. (1857). On Chinese poisons.

Maciocia, G. (1979). The concept of wind in Chinese medicine.

Maciocia, G. (1987). Tongue diagnosis in Chinese medicine, Eastland Press.

Maciocia, G. (1989). The foundations of Chinese medicine: a comprehensive text for acupuncturists and herbalists. Edinburgh; New York, Churchill livingstone.

Maciocia, G. (1994). The practice of Chinese medicine: the treatment of diseases with acupuncture and Chinese herbs. Edinburgh; New York, Churchill Livingstone.

Maciocia, G. (1998). Obstetrics and gynecology in Chinese medicine. New York; Edinburgh, Churchill Livingstone.

Maciocia, G. (1999). Safety of Chinese herbal medicine. Chesham Bois, Su Wen.

Maciocia, G. (2004). Diagnosis in Chinese medicine: a comprehensive guide. Edinburgh; London, Churchill Livingstone: Elsevier.

Maclean, W. and K. Taylor (2003). The clinical manual of Chinese herbal patent medicines: a guide to ethical and pure patent medicines. Sydney, Australia., Pangolin Press.

Maclean, W., J. Lyttleton, et al. (2003). Clinical handbook of internal medicine: the treatment of disease with traditional Chinese medicine. Penrith South, N.S.W., University of Western Sydney.

Mahdihassan, S. (1978). Interpreting Chinese cosmic elements, specially metal and wood.

Mahdihassan, S. (1979). Red cicada as a Chinese drug and its archaeology.

Mahdihassan, S. (1980). Chinese origin of the word "alcohol".

Mahdihassan, S. (1981). A comparative study of the word "sugar" and of its equivalents in Hindustani as traceable to Chinese.

Mahdihassan, S. (1981). Jade and gold originally as drugs in China.

Mahdihassan, S. (1982). An analytical and comparative study of Indian and Chinese cosmologies.

Mahdihassan, S. (1982). Interpreting Chinese cosmology and its association with the dualistic doctrine of yin-yang.

Mahdihassan, S. (1982). T'ao-t'ieh, a motif of Chinese funerary art, as the iconographic counterpart of cinnabar, an alchemical drug.

Mahdihassan, S. (1985). Indian and Chinese cosmologies reconsidered.

Mahdihassan, S. (1987). Symbols designed by European alchemists incorporating elements of Chinese origin.

Mahdihassan, S. (1987). Venus, the goddess of fertility, numerologically 15 in Babylon, and the origin of the Chinese system of 8 designs, called Pa-Kua.

Mahdihassan, S. (1988). Alchemy, Chinese versus Greek, an etymological approach: a rejoinder.

Mahdihassan, S. (1988). Chinese cosmology incorporates its humorology: dual sense ascribed to the elements wood, earth and metal.

Mahdihassan, S. (1989). Chinese origin of correspondence-paper with black margins as used during mourning.

Mahdihassan, S. (1989). Comparing yin-yang, the Chinese symbol of creation, with ouroboros of Greek alchemy.

Mahdihassan, S. (1989). Rasayana in the light of Chinese alchemy.

Mahdihassan, S. (1989). The patron-gods of health and longevity, Chinese, Greek and Indian.

Mahdihassan, S. (1990). A comparative study of Chinese cosmology-cum-humorology with eight elements.

Mahdihassan, S. (1990). Chinese charms in the light of cosmogony.

Mahdihassan, S. (1991). The Chinese cult of longevity and the making of alchemy.

Mahdihassan, S. (1993). The pre-history and history of Soma of Rigveda identifying it as the Chinese species of ephedra - 'Ephedra chinensis'.

Major, J. S. and C. Cullen (1993). Heaven and earth in early Han thought: chapters three, four and five of the Huainanzi. Albany, State University of New York Press.

Makoto, M. and T.-C. Wang (1998). [Lost ancient Chinese medical books collected at the Library of Japanese Cabinet].

Manandhar, N. P. (1994). An ethnobotanical survey of herbal drugs of Kaski district, Nepal.

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