Mansur ibn Ilyas (1380-1422 AD): A Persian anatomist and his book of anatomy, Tashrih-i Mansuri.

@article{Zarshenas2016MansurII,
  title={Mansur ibn Ilyas (1380-1422 AD): A Persian anatomist and his book of anatomy, Tashrih-i Mansuri.},
  author={Mohammad Mehdi Zarshenas and Arman Zargaran and Alireza Mehdizadeh and Abdolali Mohagheghzadeh},
  journal={Journal of medical biography},
  year={2016},
  volume={24 1},
  pages={
          67-71
        }
}
A Persian scholar, Mansur ibn Elyas, a late 14th century anatomist and physician from Shiraz, published his illustrated book on anatomy. Mansur's anatomy (Tashrih-i Badan-i Insan) was written following the Mansur's medical synopsis, Kefaye Mojahedieh. The book of Mansur is believed to be the first anatomical illustrated manuscript containing two-dimensional pictures of the human body. This 14th-century treatise is composed in Persian and is organized into five articles on the skeleton, nerves… CONTINUE READING
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