Figure 1. General view of the medical school from the minaret of the Süleymaniye mosque. Source: https://archnet.org/library/images/one-image.tcl.
Suleymaniye Medical MadrasaLEARN MORE
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Figure 1. Application of the cauterization method to treat a sick man. Serefeddin Sabuncuoglu. Jarrahiyatu'l-Hâniya. Millet Library, Ali Emiri, Tib 79.
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A smallpox vaccine commemoration stamp (Turkey: 1967)
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First page of Al-Qanun by Ibn Sina
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The author of one of the earliest surgical books was Serafeddin Sabuncuoglu. In 1465, he wrote a surgical...