Publications by authors named "Mahboobeh Farkhondehzadeh"

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Mirza Ali Hamedani: An Influential Physician in the Qajar Period, Iran.

Arch Iran Med 2018 10 1;21(10):491-494. Epub 2018 Oct 1.

Department of History, Faculty of Literature and Humanities- Dr Ali Shariati, Ferdowsi University of Mashhad, Mashhad, Iran.

The knowledge of medicine underwent a revolution in the Qajar period, especially during the reign of Naser al-Din Shah Qajar (1831-1896 AD). The dispatch of students to Europe, establishment of Dar ul-Funun, Hafez al-Seheh Assembly, and clinics, entrance of European teachers and physicians to Iran, approval of medical rules by the parliament, introduction of a new therapeutic style, and translation of medical textbooks into Persian were some of the changes that occurred during this period. As a result, modern medicine influenced the Iranian-Islamic traditional medicine. An educated Iranian physician, Mirza Ali Doctor Hamedani was one of the physicians of this period, who traveled to France, studied the European medicine and considerably contributed to the evolution of the modern medicine along the traditional medicine. The present manuscript describes the scientific personality and contributions of this physician to the science of medicine.
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October 2018

Ab Manr ῌasan Qamar: Promoter of the Medical School of Rāz (Rhazes).

J Med Biogr 2021 Feb 1;29(1):19-23. Epub 2018 Nov 1.

Department of Islamic Sciences, Faculty of Theology, Ferdowsi University of Mashhad, Mashhad, Iran.

The medical history of Iran and Islam is marked by the presence of renowned physicians, some of whom are not well known outside Iran. Ab Man⋅r ῌasan ibn Nḥ Qamarī Bukhārā 'ī was an Iranian physician living in the fourth century AH (10th century CE). The scientific works of this sage indicate his skill and expertise in medical science. He was a man of such scientific stature that the renowned Iranian philosopher and physician, Avicenna, use may have been one of his disciples. Qamarī may be credited as one of the promoters of the medical school of Muḥammad Ibn Zakarīyyā Rāzī. Some of his works, including Al-Tanwīr Fī 'Isṭilāḥāt Al-Ṭibbīyyah and Al-Ghinā and Al-Munā are still extant. In this paper, his scientific life and works, based on primary sources, have been studied in order to shed light on his role in formation of the Muslim Medical School.
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http://dx.doi.org/10.1177/0967772018799857DOI Listing
February 2021

Ibn Mandevaih Isfahani (949-983(?) AD), a physician from Isfahan's medical school.

J Med Biogr 2020 Aug 26;28(3):126-131. Epub 2017 Oct 26.

Student Research Committee, 48435Shiraz University of Medical Sciences, Shiraz, Iran; Essence of Parsiyan Wisdom Institute, Phytopharmaceutical Technology and Traditional Medicine Incubator, Shiraz University of Medical Sciences, Shiraz, Iran.

There have arisen a number of prominent Iranian-Islamic physicians throughout the history of the fertile medicine landscape of Iran, some of whom are not very well known. Abu Ali Ahmad ibn Abd al-Rahman Mandevaih Isfahani (949-983(?) AD) was a great medical figure with scientific activities in the Hospital of Isfahan and al-Adudi Hospital of Baghdad in the golden age of Iranian-Islamic history, culture, and civilization during the reign of the Buyid dynasty and Abbasid Caliphate. He was also a prominent physician during the reign of Adud al-Dawla Deylami (949-983 AD). This present research has as its objectives the studying of the scientific life of ibn Mandevaih Isfahani and his works in this field. The works of this scientist and scholar reflect his skill and expertise in literature, philosophy, medicine, and medicine-related fields including ophthalmology and pharmacology.
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http://dx.doi.org/10.1177/0967772017719144DOI Listing
August 2020