Fatal Wounding of the Byzantine Emperor Julian the Apostate (361–363 a.d.): Approach to the Contribution of Ancient Surgery

@article{Lascaratos2000FatalWO,
  title={Fatal Wounding of the Byzantine Emperor Julian the Apostate (361–363 a.d.): Approach to the Contribution of Ancient Surgery},
  author={J. Lascaratos and D. Voros},
  journal={World Journal of Surgery},
  year={2000},
  volume={24},
  pages={615-619}
}
  • J. Lascaratos, D. Voros
  • Published 2000
  • Medicine
  • World Journal of Surgery
  • Abstract. Byzantine surgery flourished from the early stages of the Byzantine empire (324–1453 a.d.). The first great Byzantine physicians, among the most eminent being Oribasius from Pergamun (fourth century), not only compiled anthologies of the works of ancient Greek, Alexandrian, and Roman physicians but added their own personal practical experience and observations. The circumstances surrounding, and the treatment of, the fatal abdominal wounding of one of the most renowned emperors of… CONTINUE READING
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