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Appendix 1

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This appendix section presents a list of medical qualities recommended for nosebleed by Ibn Sīnā. The entries are arranged in alphabetical order. Nosebleed seems to be a good symptom to begin this kind of evaluative study of the efficacy of the drugs used and the rationality of the drug therapy in medieval Arabic and Latin medicine in general, because the effectiveness of the treatment can be assessed satisfactorily and, in most cases, instantaneously.

Keywords: Ibn Sīnā; medieval pharmacotherapy; nosebleed



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