Traditional Mongolian Medicine: history and status quo

@article{Pitschmann2013TraditionalMM,
  title={Traditional Mongolian Medicine: history and status quo},
  author={Anna Pitschmann and Sodnomtseren Purevsuren and Astrid Obmann and Damdinsuren Natsagdorj and Disan Gunbilig and Samdan Narantuya and Christa Kletter and Sabine Glasl},
  journal={Phytochemistry Reviews},
  year={2013},
  volume={12},
  pages={943-959}
}
Traditional Mongolian Medicine (TMM) plays an important role within the medical system of Mongolia nowadays. This medical system is rather unknown in the Western world, and detailed information can hardly be found in literature. In this article various aspects of TMM are highlighted. The eventful history of TMM is presented, and the centres which offer today’s traditional medical care are introduced. Institutions which provide education in TMM are outlined, and the latest developments in the… 
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