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Ibn Sina started writing this work inexactly thousand years ago, and finished it in Ibn Sina’s theory about the interaction of 4 causes explains disease as a product of 1 heritage, 2 environment, 3 strength of constitution and quality of temperament, 4 the strain of nature towards life and the integrity of function.

Some are “simple members” or “elementary tissue” such as qanopn, cartilage and tendons. Why Historians of medicine called ibn al-Nafis Second Avicenna? The reflections are seen in the verses of the poet Khusraw, Ibn Sina’s contemporary: Because of its contrary to the orthodx teachings, the khalifah ordered the book to be burned inin Baghdad.

Retrieved from ” https: Ibn Sina influenced Roger Bacon and his Illuminism. He is the first who correctly described meningitis, and the difference between meningitis and other inflammation and similar diseases.

From the scientific point of view, the specific strength and weakness of the Cannon lies in the passion of observing, classifying and generalizing. He also categorizes these into vital organs and auxiliary organs. Evidence for youth having an excess of blood is suggested by Avicenna’s observation that nose bleeds are more frequent within youth.


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

Muslims qahoon Greek medicine through two different schools: This is described by Dr. From the scientific point of view, as a method of study and analyses, todays scientist are direct descendants of Ibn Sina and his predecessors; Al-Razes, Galen and Aristotle.

The period of formation of the teeth. Tjb is obvious from the works of Ibn Sina that he deeply emerged in the fountain of knowledge of the Greek philosophy and medicine. Hosseinzadeh H, Nassiri-Asl M. Ibn Sina was developing his philosophical system on the ground of the rich Greek tradition enriching it with his own unique reflections.

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Al-Qanun fi al-tib

Views Read Edit View history. The causes are described as inner and environmental; congenital and obtained; organic and functional; physical and emotional. There are a few minor surgical repairments and removals, but there is no leading-main big surgery.

In the second book he explains the principles which must be know by everyone who practices medicine and the healing power of medication.

Ibn Sina not only collected and systematized medical knowledge of his time, but qanopn further contributions to it. This, in any case, is not Sina’s mistake in presenting the Cannon to the doctors of general practice, and is no reason to avoid objective examination of the Cannon because of its useful ideas which he has left us as his testament.


He was the first physician who performed treatment by injecting a needle under the skin and the first who used anesthesia before performing surgery. The Canon of Medicine divides the thesis on temperaments into three subsections; a general overview, one based on members of the body, and temperaments based on qanoon.

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In the great center for medical studies in Montpellier, the first and fourth book of the Canon were included in Nine spheres and seven stars serve you, And you still serve your body: The science on organs and their function anatomy and physiology is represented in the Canon as a unique subject on functional anatomy-general, in the pre-clinical level and specific with diseases of individual organs. Book 2 the Materia Medica of the Canon alphabetically lists about “simple” medical substances that were used at the time.

In other words, it is the art whereby health is concerned and the art by which it is restored after being ffil. When you know yourself, you know everything; When you know that, reject all the evil.

Avicenna sought to fit these traditions into Aristotle ‘s natural philosophy. Period of athletic power. It set the standards for medicine in Medieval Europe and the Islamic world and was used as a standard medical textbook through the 18th century in Europe.