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Appendix 3

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This appendix section presents a list of frequencies of the drugs in the prescriptions for nosebleed by Ibn Sīnā. The entries are arranged in alphabetical order. Nosebleed provides an excellent tool for determining the rationality of medieval Arabic and Latin drug therapy, as any successful treatment of this ailment would manifest observable results.

Keywords: Ibn Sīnā; medieval Arabic drug therapy; medieval Latin drug therapy; nosebleed

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