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Why Historians of medicine called ibn al-Nafis A Avicenna? George Sarton wrote in the Introduction to the History of Science: There were also translations into Hebrew.

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The Islamic scholastic philosophy revived the ancient greek philosophy and preserved the heritage of Aristotle and Plato for the European renaissance.

The most significant representative of Latin Avicennism was William of Auvergnea. Please fill our privacy policy. Avicenna’s thesis on the elements of the cosmos is described by Gruner as “the foundation of the whole Canon “. He describes what he says are the ” four causes ” of illness, based on Aristotelian philosophy: Organs are nowhere near ideal in temperament, but skin comes the closest. Saffari M, Pakpou AH. He could discern the empirical truths from the logical essence of things.

Qaboon generation and nourishment of proper soul takes place in the heart; it resides in the heart and arteries, and is transmitted from the heart to the organs through the arteries.


The Canon then describes when temperaments are unequal, in other words, illness. He recognizes diseases as disbalances in function and classifies them in disease of temperament, humor and structural patterns.

The Canon of Medicine is based upon the Four Humours of Hippocratic medicine, but refined in various ways. Next are listed one or more of 22 possible general actions, followed by specific properties listed according to a grid of 11 disease types.

Bukhtishu family Ja’far al-Sadiq. We mentioned some of the diseases and procedures explained by Ibn Sina, now we can ask a question: It contains some of the most illuminating thoughts pertaining to distinction of mediastinitis from pleurisy; contagious nature of phthisis; distribution of diseases by water and soil; careful description of skin troubles; of sexual diseases and perversions; of nervous ailments.

Avicenna describes healthy qanoob as “red in colour, has no unpleasant odour, and has a very sweet taste. Anatomy is represented only as the main guide and has several mistakes. Inflammations become febrile Loss of vigour. It fell out of favour in university syllabi, although it was still being taught as background literature as late as in Padua.

Nine spheres and seven stars serve you, And you still serve your body: The Canon was translated la Latin by Gerardo de Cremona, an Italian translator of Arabic scientific works, and had 15 Latin editions.

Theories and Substances” PDF. No medical book was studied to this amount in more than years. Masic I, Dilic M.


Massive translation and copying projects made Greek, Roman, and Sanskrit knowledge available to Islamic scholars across the empire. All authors agree that he was a great historical personality and that his influence on the progress qahoon medicine and sciene was immense.

Because Avicenism, or traditional, alternative, complementary medicine is marking its renaissance. Part of a series on. He was one of those who researched diseases connected to ventricular ulcer, dyspepsia and collitis-he was suffering himself of.

Al-Qanun fi al-tib

About Ibn Sina and his contribution to medicine, many books and papers were written in almost all parts of the world. In addition to his classification of diseases on general and special, Ibn Sina explained qajoon of identifying diseases and treating every organ. The paragraphs and the numbering was added by the translators.

The Canon of Medicine was the medical authority up until the 17 th century and was setting the standards for medicine in Europe and the Islamic world. No medical book was studied to this amount in more then years.

In physiology, there is systematization on power and function, but without detail. In other words, it is the art whereby health is concerned and the art by which it is restored after being lost.