Ibn Sina (980 - 1037 A.D.)

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At the age of ten, he already had memorized the  Qur'an. During the next six years he studied Muslim law, philosophy, natural science, logic, geometry, and advanced mathematics.
At the age of 17, he started to study medicine and found it "not difficult".By the age of 18 he had a reputation as a great  physician and cure the king in exchange for using the royal library.
At the age of 17, he started to study medicine and found it "not difficult".By the age of 18 he had a reputation as a great  physician and cure the king in exchange for using the royal library.
He cured many amirs, from Ray (Iran) to Isfahan.
He declared to his friends: "I prefer a short life with width to a narrow one with length," he replied. Worn out by hard work and hard living, Ibn Sina died at the age of 58 years.
or Encyclopedia of Medicine ) which represents the final bringing together of Greek and Arabian thoughts on Medicine. He wrote about such matters as  fatal  illnesses, ideas about cleanliness and hygiene , remedies and cures,anatomy , and cardiac drugs.
He pointed out the importance of diet , climate, and environment on health, and the surgical use of oral anesthetics. Ibn Sina advisedsurgeons to treat cancer in its earliest stages and to remove all the diseased tissue.
He recommended the testing of new drugs on animals and humans.
Ibn Sina noted the close relationship between emotions and the physical condition and felt that music had a definite effect on patients. He diagnosed a "love sickness" in a Prince by noticing a fluttering in the pulse when the name of his beloved was mentioned.
The Encyclopedia was translated into Latin. It became the textbook for medical education in the schools of Europe from the 12th-17th century. Ibn Sina is known as the 'doctor of doctors'.

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