I first review the conventional relativistic many-body quantum phenomenology
for the medium modified nuclear matters such as QHD and QMC. I then discuss
a recent holographic paradigm proposed for the study of symmetric nuclear matter,
with a key property of a simple law for the evolution of the five dimensional mass
with the scalar background field. Nuclear matter saturation density, incompressibility,
and pressure in holographic paradigm are compared with available experimental data
and theoretical results from conventional models of medium modified nuclear matters.