- Title Pages
- Comparative Studies of Health Systems and Medical Care
- Part One Chinese Medicine, Cosmopolitan Medicine, and Other Traditions in East Asia
- One Between Mind and Eye: Japanese Anatomy in the Eighteenth Century
- Two Epistemological Issues and Changing Legitimation: Traditional Chinese Medicine in the Twentieth Century
- Three Time and Text: Approaching Chinese Medical Practice Through Analysis of a Published Case
- Four Winds, Waters, Seeds, and Souls: Folk Concepts of Physiology and Etiology in Chinese Geomancy
- Five The Fragile Japanese Family: Narratives about Individualism and the Postmodern State
- Part Two Āyurveda, Cosmopolitan Medicine, and Other Tradition in South Asia
- Six Death and Nurturance in Indian Systems of Healing
- Seven Science, Experimentation, and Clinical Practice in Āyurveda
- Eight Interpretations of Illness: Syncretism in Modern Āyurveda
- Nine Gentle Purge: The Flower Power of Āyurveda
- Ten Of Ticks, Kings, Spirits, and the Promise of Vaccines
- Part Three Islamic Humoral Traditions
- Eleven The Comparative Study of Greco-islamic Medicine: the Integration of Medical Knowledge into Local Symbolic Contexts
- Twelve A Welcoming Soil: Isamic Humoralism on the Malay Peninsula
- Paths to Asian Medical Knowledge
- University of California Press
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