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...First edition of Arthur J. Arberry's translation of al-Rāzī's al-Tibb al-rūḥānī (Spiritual Medicine). The physician and philosopher al-Rāzī, one of the greatest medical authorities of the Middle Ages, dedicated this book, like his...
...The Book of Medicine by al-Rāzī (d. 925/313 H), known to Europeans as Rhazes or Rasis, is one of the works fundamental to the organization of medieval medicine. It comprises nine chapters. Translated into Latin by Gerard of Cremona (d. 1187...
...Rhazes, a Persian philosopher and physician, was one of the most important writers on medicine in the medieval Islamic world and ranks with Hippocrates and Galen as one of the founders of clinical medicine. A follower of Galen, whose works...
...Rhazes (860-932), a great clinician, ranks with Hippocrates, Aretaeus, and Sydenham as one of the original portrayers of disease. His description of smallpox and measles is the first authentic account in literature, a classic text...
...The ninth book of Rhazes' 'Liber ad Almansorem', which was popular as a therapeutic guide, circulated in independent copies or editions in addition to being found with the work of which it was a part. Excerpts from it first appeared...
...Rāzī’s Kitāb fī 'l-Jadarī wa-'l-ḥaṣba, or Liber de variolis et morbillis, is considered the oldest and most important original work on smallpox and measles, and a distinct original contribution to medicine by the Arabians. A pioneering...