This article is investigating works of the medieval scholar Abu Ali Hussein ibn Sina, who was an ancient doctor and well known for his contributions to medical science. Avicenna made many greatest discoveries in the art of healing people. Avicenna’s book Canon of Medicine and his contribution to the medical terminology development are described.
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