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*  List of Islamic scholars described as father or founder of a field
"Ahmed, K. S. "Arabic Medicine: Contributions and Influence". The Proceedings of the 17th Annual History of Medicine Days, March ... Jabir ibn Hayyan was a prominent Arab alchemist who is praised as the "father of Islamic/Arabic alchemy" and who has often been ... ISBN 0-7618-2747-1. Major, Ralph (1954). A history of medicine. 1. Thomas. p. 239. Ahmad, A; O'Leary, JP (Nov 1997). " ... Preedy, Victor R. (2008). Botanical medicine in clinical practice. CABI. p. 37. ISBN 1-84593-413-X. Wren, Benjamin. Teaching ...
*  List of Muslim philosophers
"Ahmed, K. S. "Arabic Medicine: Contributions and Influence". The Proceedings of the 17th Annual History of Medicine Days, March ... Nahyan A. G. Fancy (2006), "Pulmonary Transit and Bodily Resurrection: The Interaction of Medicine, Philosophy and Religion in ... into Arabic. The ninth-century Neo-Platonist Al-Kindi is considered the founder of Arab philosophy. The tenth century ... The Interaction of Medicine, Philosophy and Religion in the Works of Ibn al-Nafīs (d. 1288)". Electronic Theses and ...
*  Medieval medicine of Western Europe
... when many medical texts both on Ancient Greek medicine and on Islamic medicine were translated from Arabic during the 13th ... Byzantine medicine Cucupha History of hospitals History of medicine History of nursing Ibn Sina Academy of Medieval Medicine ... The accomplishments and the advancements in medicine made by the Arabic world were translated and made available to the Latin ... Medicine was not a formal area of study in early medieval medicine, but it grew in response to the proliferation of translated ...
*  Magued Osman
Annals of Saudi Medicine 1993; 13:344-349. Sebai, Z. and Osman, M. Teaching medicine in Arabic. Journal of Family and Community ... Annals of Saudi Medicine 1993; 13:170-171. Magbool, G., Kaul, K., Corea, J., Osman, M., and Al-Arfaj, A. Weight and height of ... Magued Osman (Arabic: ماجد عثمان‎) is the CEO and Director of the Egyptian Center for Public Opinion Research "Baseera," which ... Archives of Internal Medicine 1985; 145: 1592-1595. Osman, M. and Yamashita, T. A model for evaluating the effect of son or ...
*  Samuel ibn Tibbon
Other teachers in Lunel taught him about medicine, Arabic and the secular knowledge of his age. Samuel ibn Tibbon married and ... Some critics have been concerned that he introduced a number of Arabic words into Hebrew, and, by analogy with the Arabic, he ... works on the Arabic language, and the Arabic writings in his own library. Samuel also prepared an index of the Biblical verses ... He is best known for his translations of Jewish rabbinic literature from Arabic to Hebrew. He received a Jewish education in ...
*  Abu Sahl 'Isa ibn Yahya al-Masihi
A mediaeval compendium of Arabic medicine: Abu Sahl al-Masihi's "Book of the Hundred.", J. Hist. Arabic Sci. vol. 2(2) 270-90 ( ... He wrote an encyclopedic treatise on medicine of one hundred chapters (al-mā'a fi-l-sanā'a al-tabi'iyyah; Arabic: المائة في ... الصناعة الطبيعية‎), which is one of the earliest Arabic works of its kind and may have been in some respects the model of ...
*  Sami Ibrahim Haddad
In his spare time, he collected Arabic medical manuscripts and wrote about the history of Arabic medicine. He kept abreast of ... he photographed Arabic medical manuscripts and other important documents related to the history of Arabic medicine in the ... and a catalogue of the Arabic medical manuscripts he had collected. He also wrote the history of Arabic script, the medical ... Sami Ibrahim Haddad, Arabic: سامي ابراهيم حداد‎} (July 3, 1890 - February 5, 1957) was a doctor, surgeon and writer. He was ...
*  Maimonides
He was knowledgeable about Greek and Arabic medicine, and followed the principles of humorism in the tradition of Galen. He did ... His Jewish texts were: Commentary on the Mishna (Hebrew Pirush Hamishnayot, Arabic Kitab al-Siraj), written in Judeo-Arabic. ... rabbi or medicine". The Yale Journal of Biology and Medicine. 54 (1): 79-88. PMC 2595894 . PMID 7018097. Fred Rosner (2002). " ... Written in Judeo-Arabic, and completed between 1186 and 1190. The first translation of this work into Hebrew was done by Samuel ...
*  Dawud al-Antaki
The seminal western historian of Arabic medicine Lucien Leclerc (1876) considered Al-Antaki "dernier représentant de la ... Daud Al-Antaki was one of three great names in the field of Arabic medicine in the fourteenth and fifteenth centuries CE, ... He is known primarily for an Arabic language reference work on medicine, natural history and the occult sciences called the ... After the hey-day of medicine in the medieval Islamic world and after the work of Ibn Al-Nafis (died 1288), ...
*  History of depression
Jacquart D. "The Influence of Arabic Medicine in the Medieval West" in Morrison & Rashed 1996, pp. 980 Haque A (2004). " ... His work, The Canon of Medicine, became the standard of medical thinking in Europe alongside those of Hippocrates and Galen. ... Jackson SW (July 1983). "Melancholia and mechanical explanation in eighteenth-century medicine". Journal of the History of ...
*  Constantine the African
He translated into Latin books of the great masters of Arabic medicine: Razes, Ibn Imran, Ibn Suleiman, and Ibn al-Jazzar; ... After asking in vain to see any good Italian books on medicine, he concluded that medicine in Italy was limited to simple ... and practiced medicine for three years, collecting many books of medicine, then returned to southern Italy with his treasure. ... Medieval Medicine: A Reader (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2010), pp. 511-523. In his introduction of the complete ...
*  List of Christian scientists and scholars of medieval Islam
Ishaq bin Ali al-Rohawi 9th-century Arab physician and the author of the first medical ethics book in Arabic medicine. Abu ...
*  Materia medica
He did much to popularize the connection between Greek and Arabic medicine, translating works by Hippocrates, Aristotle and ... He wrote about 40 books on medicine. His two most famous books are The Canon of Medicine and The Book of Healing, used in ... In Greece, Hippocrates (born 460 BC) was a philosopher later known as the Father of Medicine. He founded a school of medicine ... Francisco González Echeverría VI International Meeting for the History of Medicine,(S-11: Biographies in History of Medicine (I ...
*  History of medical diagnosis
Skinner, Patricia (2001). "Unani-tibbi" [denotes Arabic or Islamic medicine]. Encyclopedia of Alternative Medicine. External ... Predated by Babylonian and Egyptian medicine, traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) was described in an ancient Chinese text, the ... has only recently acknowledged the importance of genetics and its relevance to mainstream medicine. The Arabic physician, Abu ... Medicine is about problems based solutions. In keeping with this philosophy, today's pathology reports provide a momentary ...
*  Toledo School of Translators
Arabian Medicine and Its Influence on the Middle Ages, p. 6. Jacquart, Danielle, The Influence of Arabic Medicine in the ... Arabic Culture: The Graeco-Arabic Translation Movement in Baghdad and Early 'Abbasaid Society, Routledge, 1998 M.-T. d'Alverny ... "more of Arabic science passed into Western Europe at the hands of Gerard of Cremona than in any other way." D. Campbell, ... Some of the Arabic literature was also translated into Latin, Hebrew, and Ladino, such as that of Jewish philosopher Moses ...
*  Education in Armenia
... and Ibn Sina in Arabic medicine. Foreign students' department for the Armenian diaspora was established in 1957; it later was ...
*  Pellegrino Matteucci
He studied medicine and Arabic at the University of Rome, intending to be a Roman Catholic missionary to Africa. His education ...
*  S. P. Sudrania
Children Hospital "Tripoli, read in International Arabic Conference of Medicine, 1981. A Study on Marasmus anjd Kwashiorkor in ... Children Hospital of Tripoli (Libya), read in International Arabic Conference of Paediatrics, 1982. Electrocrygram or Cry ... read in International Arabic Conference of Parasitology - Sheraj (Iran), 1976. Incidence of Acute Juvenile Rheumatism in Un. ...
*  Ishaq bin Ali al-Rohawi
... was a 9th-century Arab physician and the author of the first medical ethics book in Arabic medicine. His Ethics of the ... Prioreschi, Plinio (2001). A History of Medicine: Byzantine and Islamic medicine (1st ed.). Omaha, NE: Horatius Press. p. 394. ... Al Kawi, M. Zuheir (1997), "History of Medical Records and Peer Review" (PDF), Annals of Saudi Medicine, 17 (3): 277-278, PMID ... Al-Ghazal, Sharif (2004). Journal of the International Society for the History of Islamic Medicine. 3: 12-13. CS1 maint: ...
*  Ibn al-Haj al-Abdari
author on medicine and alchemy (Al-Madkhal), See: A.Z. Iskandar, A Descriptive List of Arabic Manuscripts on Medicine, Brill, ... A descriptive list of Arabic manuscripts on medicine and science at the ... By A. Z. Iskandar [1] p.23; second paragraph http ... Arabic: إبن الحاج العبدري الفسي‎) also known simply as Ibn al-Haj or Ibn al-Hajj was an Egyptian Moroccan Maliki fiqh scholar ...
*  Guido Cavalcanti
Guido's philosophy of spiritelli was part of the guiding principles of Arabic medicine, considered very advanced at Dante's ...
*  Sahl ibn Bishr
"Alî at-Tabarî's ``Paradise of Wisdom, one of the oldest Arabic Compendiums of Medicine". JSTOR. ... A History of Medicine: Byzantine and Islamic medicine. Horatius Press. pp. 223-. ISBN 9781888456042. Retrieved 29 December 2014 ... There are some books by Sahl ibn Bishr in Arabic such as: Ahkam fi al-Nujum ("Laws of the Astrology") Kitab al-ikhtiyarat 'ala ... Sahl is believed to be the first who translated the Almagest of Ptolemy into Arabic. Sahl ibn Bishr wrote in the Greek ...
*  Giovanni Manardo
The Epistolae, besides criticizing the botanical knowledge informed by Arabic medicine, described the anthers of flowers ( ... Born into an old family of Ferrara, Manardo was a follower of Leoniceno, whom he succeeded in 1525 as the chair of medicine at ... The Epistolae combined the traditions of councils, forums and philological discussions about medicine and botany to the field ... because he saw in Manardo's work both a useful contribution to restoring medicine to the prestige it had once enjoyed in ...
*  List of MeSH codes (E02)
... medicine, arabic MeSH E02.190.488.510.500 --- medicine, unani MeSH E02.190.488.515 --- medicine, ayurvedic MeSH E02.190.488.587 ... medicine, chinese traditional MeSH E02.190.488.660.600 --- medicine, kampo MeSH E02.190.488.660.800 --- medicine, tibetan ... medicine, kampo MeSH E02.190.488.660 --- medicine, oriental traditional MeSH E02.190.488.660.520 --- ... It is a product of the United States National Library of Medicine. Source for content is here. (File "2006 MeSH Trees".) MeSH ...
*  Ferencváros
Arabic, Pakistani (working in IT), Indian (working in IT), Norwegian (Semmelweis University of Medicine) and African ... The new campus extension to Semmelweis University of Medicine also helps upgrade the area. The next projects in line affect the ...
*  List of food additives
Also used in veterinary medicine. Cupric sulfate - mineral salt Curcumin - color (yellow and orange) Curry powder - Curry leaf ... Gum arabic / Gum acacia / E414 - thickener, vegetable gum, stabilizer, emulsifier Gum guaicum - preservative Haw bark - ... Also used medicinally, including traditional medicine. Juniper extract - Kaffir Lime Leaves (Citrus hystrix, C. papedia) - ...