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Kim, Oh, Kim, Kim, Seo, and Jang: A Comparative Study of Medicinal and Acupuncture Treatment -Based on Terms of the Efficacy and the Method of Treatment-

Abstract

Objectives

Through this study, it would be expected to compare the characteristics of medicinal and acupuncture treatment.

Method

Ontology DB of traditional Korean medicine has been used comparing medicinal and acupuncture treatment. Terms of the efficacy and the method of treatment were divided to predicate and object. And two groups were compared through contrasting the frequency of occurrence of significant words.

Results

Predicates utilized more in medicinal treatment are the character ryeom[斂], go[固], pa[破], nae[內], and tu [透]. Predicates utilized more in acupuncture treatment are the character so[疏], jo[調], and seo[舒]. Object utilized more in acupuncture treatment is the character gi[氣]. Object utilized more in medicinal treatment is the character jeong[精].

Conclusions

In terms about the efficacy of acupuncture, there are many expressions associated with Qi[氣]. But expressions associated with Jing[精] are rare compare to medicinal treatment. There is a difference in language that represents the efficacy between medicinal and acupuncture treatment. In addition, there are some terms about efficacy that are not shared with each other due to the differences in disease treatment and the different branches of the two theories.

Fig. 1
Data base of the efficacy of medicinal and acupuncture treatment
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Fig. 2
Efficacy data(including a term 斂) of medicinal treatment
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Fig. 3
Efficacy data(including a term 固) of medicinal and acupuncture treatment
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Fig. 4
Efficacy data(including a term 疏 (疎)) of medicinal and acupuncture treatment
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Fig. 5
Efficacy data(including a term 調) of medicinal and acupuncture treatment
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Fig. 6
Efficacy data(including a term 舒) of medicinal and acupuncture treatment
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Fig. 7
Efficacy data(including a term 破) of medicinal treatment
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Fig. 8
Efficacy data(including a term 內) of medicinal treatment
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Fig. 9
Efficacy data(including a term 透) of medicinal and acupuncture treatment
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Fig. 10
Efficacy data(including a term 氣) of medicinal and acupuncture treatment
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Fig. 11
Efficacy data(including a term 精) of medicinal and acupuncture treatment
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