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The Journal of Internal Korean Medicine > Volume 29(2); 2008 > Article
The Journal of Internal Korean Medicine 2008;29(2): 512-521.
흉부 X선을 통한 우폐의 종횡비와 체질, 체성분분석 및 변증설문검사와의 상관성에 관한 연구
신선미1, 이형권2, 고흥1
1세명대학교 한의과대학 내과학교실
2세명대학교 회계학과
A Study on the Relationship between the Aspect Ratio of Rt. Lung was Devided by Chest PA and Constitution, Body Composition and Questionnaire on the Differentiation of Syndromes.
Sun-mi Sin1, Hyung-kwon Lee2, Heung Ko1
1Department of internal medicine, College of Oriental Medicine, Semyung University
2Department of accountancy, Semyung University
Correspondence  Heung Ko ,Tel: 043-649-1813, Fax: 043-645-1382, Email: yurie99@hanmail.net
  Published online: June 30, 2008.
ABSTRACT
Objective :
The purpose of this study was to evaluate the Sasang constitution and body composition of the two groups devided by chest PA.

Method:
This study was carried out on 60 students of Semyung University. The students were selected according to the aspect ratio of rt. lung from chest PA. They were divided into two groups(length group and width group) and administered QSCCⅡ & body composition analysis.

Result:
The 30 students of the length group were classified as Soumin(15), Soyangin(9), and Taeumin(6). The 30 students of the width group were classified as Taeumin(20), Soyangin(9), and Soumin(1). In the width group, weight, total body water, amount of total body fat, muscles, viceral fat area(VFA), waist hip ratio(WHR), were significantly higher than in the length group.

Conclusion:
There were significant relationships between the shape of lung and constitution and body composition. These findings indicate that actual organ condition could be expressed in body shape.
Key words: Chest PA, Sasang Constitution, Body Composition, QSCCⅡ, Body shape
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