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In disease pathogenesisfor example, Avicenna “added his own view of different types of spirits or vital life essences and souls, whose disturbances might lead to bodily diseases because of a close association between them and such master organs as the brain and heart”. The period up to the limit of growth of the body to the beginning of adult life.

In physiology, there is systematization on power and function, but without detail. In general, there are four types of proper spirit: Other contributing factors are the youth’s association with sperm and the consistency of their bile. The Canon of Medicine is based upon the Four Humours of Hippocratic medicine, but refined in various ways. Al-Kindi, the famous Arab philosopher, wrote about astronomy, geometry, music, physics, metaphysics and was a practising physician.

There are rules on personal hygiene, and a complete lack of public sanitary measures. Avicenna’s Ibn Sina the canon of medicine and saffron Crocus sativus: It fell out of favour in university syllabi, although it was still being taught as background literature as late as in Padua.

Retrieved 12 October Avicenna sought to fit these traditions into Aristotle ‘s natural philosophy. Retrieved 16 August That is why; it is possible for one to find the truth on one’s own. There is also a fourth example of the Canon in Bosnia and Herzegovina, in Russian translation, that belonged to the late professor Salko Ramic, professor of Chemistry at the Medical Faculty of Sarajevo.


Finally, potential substitutes for the substances are given. Retrieved 19 December The Rise of Experimental Biology: This is an open-access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 3.

Yet the Canon was the main textbook on the medical schools at Louvain and Montpellier till This is described by Dr.

Avicenna divides the beginning stage of life in the following table, according to Oskar Cameron Gruner’s edition of the Canon of Medicine: It was translated into more than 30 languages and dialects.

It set the standards for qanoln in Medieval Europe and the Islamic world and was used as a standard medical textbook through the 18th century in Europe.

Book 1 is made up of six theses which give a general description of medicine in general, the cosmic elements that make up the cosmos and the human body, the mutual interaction of elements temperamentsfluids of the body humourshuman anatomy, and physiology.

Al-Qanun fi al-tib

Book 5 the Formulary lists compound drugs, [2] [8]: The Art of treatment in Islamic medicine. Kelishadi R, Hatami H. The Canon of Medicine of Avicenna.

Avicenna lists members of the qanooj in “order of degree of Heat”, from hottest to coldest. He presented most of the Materia medica from Dioscorides and most of the anatomy from Galen. Yet the Canon was more systematic and logical then other medical scriptures of that time, containing references of books of previous physicians, enriched and modified with Ibn Sina’s own reflections.


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Although, these words contain magnification of the Islamic physician, most of it is true. Retrieved from ” https: Amr SS, Tbakhi A.

Avicenna’s thesis on the elements of the cosmos is described by Gruner as “the foundation of the whole Canon “. Canon describes humans as having eight different “varieties of equipoise”, or differing temperaments. The Canon defines a humour as “that fluid, moist ‘body’ sanoon which our aliment is transformed”, [8]: About Ibn Sina and his contribution to medicine, many books and ful were written in almost all parts of the world.

Book III gives diagnosis and qanokn for every individual organ, and book IV diagnosis and the treatment of diseases in general. One poem by Abu Sa’id, a famous Persian mystical poet, preserves a memory of an encounter with Ibn Sina when the two of them stayed in one room for three days and three nights, except when they went to pray.

The serous humour is described as a sweet fluid that is cold and moist in relation to itb and bilious humours. Ibn Sina’s book on drugs for cardiovascular diseases.

From this short historical review, it is easy to understand why Ibn Sina is seen as a doctor more often than as a philosopher.