Approach to Painful Disorders by Şerefeddin Sabuncuoğlu in the Fifteenth Century Ottoman Period

  title={Approach to Painful Disorders by Şerefeddin Sabuncuoğlu in the Fifteenth Century Ottoman Period},
  author={Suleyman Ganidagli and Mustafa Cengiz and Şahin Aksoy and Ayhan Verit},
PRESERVED human remains, artifacts, and works of art document the existence and prevalence of painful diseases from before the beginning of recorded history. Modern medicine is the culmination of the efforts of millions of people and tens of different civilizations, some known and others not. In the period between the ancient civilizations of Egypt, Greece, Rome, Persia, and India and the Renaissance period in Europe, the knowledge of medicine was kept alive and further developed by the Arabs… 

Orthopaedic techniques of Sabuncuoğlu in the 15th century Ottoman period.

The sections of Cerrahiyyetü'l-Haniyye related to orthopaedics and traumatology, which was the first illustrated surgical textbook in the Turkish-Islamic medical literature, were reviewed.

Illustrations of neurosurgical techniques in early period of Ottoman Empire by Şerefeddin Sabuncuoğlu

The author of the first illustrated surgery atlas Cerrahiyyetü’l Haniyye (Imperial Surgery), Şerefeddin Sabuncuoğlu, is justified as a pioneer of surgery, an investigator and a medical illustrator in the early period of Ottoman Empire.

Urogenital surgery of the 15th century in Anatolia.

A treasure trove of surgical knowledge, Cerrahiyyetu'l Haniyye has enlightened urologists from the 15th century to the present day.


Turk tip tarihinin en onemli kaynaklari arasinda sayilan Cerrahiyetu’l-Haniyye, bundan tam 550 yil once 1465’de yazilmistir. 1927’de Ali Canip tarafindan yeniden gun isigina cikarildiktan sonra,

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This review seeks to highlight Şerefeddin Sabuncuoğlu’s medical treatise from a historical perspective and to shed light on its influence on modern surgery.

Sabuncuoğlu Şerefeddin’s Surgical Treatise Cerrahiyetü’l-Haniyye and Its Significance in the History of Turkish Medicine

Cerrahiyetu’l-Haniyye is a work that has an important place in the history of Turkish medicine and gives peerless information about the medical practices from 15 th century Anatolia.



History of spinal disorders and Cerrahiyetül Haniye (Imperial Surgery): a review of a Turkish treatise written by Serefeddin Sabuncuoğlu in the 15th century. Historical vignette.

There are no major differences in the principles of treating spinal traumas despite the passage of almost 500 years, according to a Turkish physician and his treatise, Cerrahiyetül Haniye (Imperial Surgery).

Colored illustrations of obstetrics manipulations and instrumentation techniques of a Turkish surgeon Serafeddin Sabuncuoglu in the 15th century.

In the arms of morpheus: the development of morphine for postoperative pain relief

Since its isolation from opium almost 200 yr ago, morphine remains the most widely used analgesic and the standard against which all new opioids for postoperative pain relief are compared.

Color illustrations and neurosurgical techniques of Serefeddin Sabuncuoğlu in the 15th century.

Serefeddin Sabuncuoğlu, a pioneer of surgery, developed numerous original techniques in a variety of surgical specialties, and was the first illustrated textbook of surgery in the Turkish medical literature, containing color illustrations of surgical procedures, incisions, and instruments.

[Invasive techniques in chronic pain control].

This non exhaustive revue presents the indications, techniques and results of neural conduction blocks as peripheral blocks, Alcock canal block, zygapophysial joint blocks and also central blocks illustrated by epidural and intrathecal injections for complex regional pain syndromes.

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  • Türk Tarih Kurumu Yayınları,
  • 1992

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