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The Kayseri Hospital (Gevher Nesibe Sultan Shifahâna). Drawn by Suheyl Unver This short article is taken from the full article which is available here as a PDF file This article was first published in the Turkish review History of Medicine Studies (Editors,...
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By S. N. Cenk Buyukunal and Nil Sari* The author of one of the earliest surgical books was Serafeddin Sabuncuoglu, who was born in one of the ancient cities of Central Anatolia. In 1465, he wrote a surgical book in Turkish. The aim of this study was to investigate the details of this book and...
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by Professor Nil Sari* Table of contents Introduction The description of a wise physician Aiming to acquire the basic reality by reasoning: Wisdom Criticism based on the humoral theory The efficiency criteria: Experience Clinical experiences explained by means of the humoral...
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This short article introduces the full paper by Professor Nil Sari which is published here as a full article in the 41 page PDF file. The article presents a long, detailed and well documented study on a drug, extracted from a plant named hindiba (hindiba in Arabic ancient sources). This plant...
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Nil Sari* and Ali Haydar Bayat** Table of contents 1. Hospitals 2. Palace Health Personnel 3. The Chief Physician 4. Bibliography *** Note of the editor This article was first published in Studies in History of Medicine & Science, vol. XVI, No. 1-2, New Series (1999/00), pp. 31-...
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By Nil Sari* Note of the editor This paper was originally published in Turkish by Professor Nil Sari in The New History of Medicine Studies, 2-3, Istanbul, 1996-97, pp. 11-64. Table of contents 1. Female Physicians 2. Female Healers Practicing Traditional Hearth Medicine 3. Women...
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by Nil Sari* Table of contents 1. Introduction 2. The theory of music therapy 3. Ottoman Turkish music modes as a mean of therapy 4. How was music therapy applied? 5. Appropriate use of music as a mean for developing one's self 6. Bibliography and references 6.1....
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Nil Sari* and M. Bedizel Zulfikar** Table of contents 1. Introduction 2. The textual sources of the Tibb-i Jadîd 3. Influence of the Paracelsusian medicine 4. Medical practice in the light of the Parcelsian influence 5. Evaluation of the Parcelsian influence 6. Bibliography 7. Medical...
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This article was first published as: Nil Sari, "The Simurgh: A Symbol af Holistic Medicine in the Middle Eastern Culture in History", Proceedings of the 37th International Congress of the History of Medicine (September l0-l5, 2000 Galveston Texas, USA). Galveston, Texas, 2000: l56-158. We are...
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By Nil Sari* 1. The founding of the museum Figure 1: Façade of the History of Medicine Museum. Intellectuals interested in history of medicine and professional historians of medicine in Turkey are fond of dealing with historical material,...
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