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DE LA SIGNIFICATION DES MUTATIONS EN MEDECINE. YI YI YI – TRADUCTION D’ UN CHAPITRE DU LEI JING FU YI. LA ROBERTIE C. cercle sinologique de l’ouest,rennes. 1986;5:189P (fra).
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A PROPOS DU LEI JING. MUSSAI M ET AL. revue de la societe francaise d’acupuncture et de medecine traditionnelle chinoise. 1989;2:15-7 (fra).
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[RESEARCH ON ORIGINAL EDITIONS OF LEI JING (CLASSIFIED CANON)]. GUO LING, ZHAO HANSEN. chinese journal of medical history. 2002;32(4):213 (chi*).
After comparing with different extant editions of Nei jing ( Inner Canon) , the author holds that the portion of Su wen ( Plain Questions) in Lei jing ( Classified Canon) was similar to Hu’s 12 -volume system of Gulinshutang edition, Zhao’ s Jujingtang edition, while its portion of Ling shu ( Miraculous Pivot is closer to the proofed edition of Zhou’s and Ma Shi’s annotated 9 – volume edition. After his determination of the original edition, he further made collation with comparison with other editions , and checked the original texts accordingly. Hence it was different from all other available editions.
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[PRIMARY TEXTUAL RESEARCH ON EDITIONS OF LEI JING (CLASSIFIED CANON)]. ZHAO HANSEN, GUO LING. chinese journal of medical history. 2002;32(1):26 (chi*).
There were not a few editions of Lei Jing (Classified Canon) spread now, some of which had certain relationship in their origin. The block -printed edition of the Ming dynasty in the ministry library of Japan National Cabinet Document Library may probably be the earliest edition of Lei Jing. There were two major types of edition of Lei Jing in circulation, that is, the editions with and without the original contents of Nei jing (Inner Canon ). The Yongquan edition of Jin Changtong and edition of Tiande Hall were the source of all the block – printed editions in China, while the Japanese block – printed edition was derived from the edition with the original contents of Nei Jing of the Ming dynasty.
Mussat M. Revue de la Société Française d'Acupuncture et de Médecine Traditionnelle Chinoise. 1989;2:15-7.