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History of Islamic Science
The stauts of Medicine in the Islamic World
Anatomy as Tackled by Language and Medicine - by Dr. Mohammed Salhiyah, KUWAIT
Islamic Influences in an Illustrated Anatomical Manua
- by Dr. Ynes viole O'Neill,
The Anatomy of the Eye: Ibn Al-Haytham and the Galenic Tradition - by Dr. G.A. Russell, U.K.
Sina's Viewpoint of Human Anatomy (A brief precis and Comment) - by
Dr. Jurnalis Uddin,
Abstracts of Contribution of Islamic Medicine to Urology - by Dr. A.M. Dajani, JORDAN
Islamic Materiae Medicae and their Influence upon the west: A study of some aspects - by Hakim Mohammed Said and Dr. Kamal Mohammad Habib, PAKISTAN
Islamic Medicine in the Kingdom of Aragon in the Early Fourteenth Century - by Prof. Michael McVaugh, U.S.A.
Burning Mirrors and the Perspective - Prof. Rushdi Rashed, FRANCE
Islamic Scientific History: Where to Next? - by Prof. Allen G. Debus, U.S.A.
The influence of islamic civilization on european civilization during the renaissance period in the field of medicine or its allied subject - by Prof. Dr. A. Mottaleb, BANGLADESH
Roger Bacon's Science of Experience - by Prof. Eric G. Forbes, U.K.
Anaesthesia in Islamic Medicine and its Influence on Western Civilization - by Prof. Dr. M. Taha Jasser, SYRIA
in Islam Through Jurisdiction, Practice and Planning - by Prof.
Dr. Abdulaziz Kamel