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Oriental and Islamic Medicine

The Islamic Authorities placed a lot of value in medicine. Baghdad had a hospital by AD 850 and doctors had to pass medical examinations by AD 931 in order to practice. Hospitals were later developed throughout the Islamic world, with the most famous being those in Damascus and Cairo.

The Chinese were isolated from the rest of the world by choice. They developed medical techniques rather different t those found in the west.

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Oriental medicine: background, Disease, anatomy and surgery, Islamic medicine, Chinese medicine, Source based activities

 

 

Amazon Buyer Review:

This book is based on Greek medicine as understood and some what improved by Avicenna. Gain insight in to the holsitic energetics of health and disease by reading this book. Understand the role within the body of the Four Elements Earth, Water Air and Fire and the Four Humours Blood, Phlegm, Yellow Bile and Black Bile.

Review by Abdul Kareem

   
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