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Rhazes and Arabic medicine

Detroit Parke, Davis & Company 1958.

PHYSICAL DESCRIPTION / EXTENT: 1 print : color ; 35 x 43 cm

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Persian-born physician Rhazes (865-925 A.D.) was first to describe measles and smallpox; to observe pupilary reaction to light; to publish a text on children's diseases. He represented Arabic medicine at its best.

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<p>Persian-born physician Rhazes (865-925 A.D.) was first to describe measles and smallpox; to observe pupilary reaction to light; to publish a text on children's diseases.  He represented Arabic medicine at its best.</p>
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Rhazes and Arabic medicine

Detroit Parke, Davis & Company 1958.

<p>Persian-born physician Rhazes (865-925 A.D.) was first to describe measles and smallpox; to observe pupilary reaction to light; to publish a text on children's diseases.  He represented Arabic medicine at its best.</p>
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PHYSICAL DESCRIPTION / EXTENT: 1 print : color ; 35 x 43 cm

ABSTRACT

Persian-born physician Rhazes (865-925 A.D.) was first to describe measles and smallpox; to observe pupilary reaction to light; to publish a text on children's diseases. He represented Arabic medicine at its best.

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