[Anesthesia, department of anesthesiology and anesthesiology--why has anesthesiology not been accepted socially in Japan?].

  • Akira Matsuki
  • Published 2000 in Masui. The Japanese journal of anesthesiology


An incorrect Japanese terminology of "Masuigaku [symbol: see text]" has been used widely to express "anesthesiology" or "anaesthetics" [symbol: see text] since the first Department of Anesthesiology was established in Tokyo University in 1952. The reason why the nomenclature "Masui-gaku" is wrong is as follows: Japanese nomenclatures for clinical medical… (More)


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