The Yellow Emneror's Classic of Internal Medicine.

  title={The Yellow Emneror's Classic of Internal Medicine.},
  author={Robert Harlan Moser},
In the winter of 1950, a Korean peasant was brought into an Army battalion aid station near Uijongbu. He was a dignified village elder who suffered raging fever and rigors. In the process of determining that he had lobar pneumonia, his thorax was observed to contain burn blisters; they were neatly symmetrical, small discrete areas. Closer scrutiny revealed small brand marks over neck, arms, legs, and trunk. Inquiry through an interpreter disclosed that these were moxibustion sites (induced by… CONTINUE READING