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Al-Zahrawi: A Prominent Muslim Medical Scientist and His Impact on West

@inproceedings{Anjum2013AlZahrawiAP,
  title={Al-Zahrawi: A Prominent Muslim Medical Scientist and His Impact on West},
  author={Saba Anjum},
  year={2013}
}
Abstract Abu al-Qasim Al-Zahrawi (936-1013AD), known in the west by his Latin name  Albucasis , was born in Al-Zahra’a six miles northwest of Cordova in Andalusia (Spain). He is regarded as the greatest of Muslim surgeons; European surgeons, who came after him, considered him a greater surgeon than even Galen (Greek physician and surgeon b.129AD) and described him as the father of modern surgery. His greatest contribution to medicine is the  Kitab al-Tasrif , a thirty-volume encyclopaedia of… 
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