Volume 7, Issue 3


ارسال های اخیر

  • A Study of Iranians’ Innovations in Pharmacology from Jondi Shapur to Shiraz School 

    Hemmati, Mohtaram؛ Fazlinejad, Ahmad (Shiraz University of Medical Sciences, 2018-08-01)
    Iranians were one of the first nations who made great efforts in medicine and the treatment of diseases and ailments and improved their knowledge and awareness in this field through the passage of time. The religious and ...

  • Investigation of the Role of the Baladieh Shiraz in Public Health(1907-1935 AD) 

    Heidari, Soleyman؛ Zarrabie, Banafshe (Shiraz University of Medical Sciences, 2018-08-01)
    Although the task of providing public health to the years before the constitutional movement in Shiraz was the responsibility of institutions or individuals such as the income or the “Rika", but after the constitutional ...

  • Avicenna’s Description of Corneal Edema: The Early Report in the History 

    Esmian, Melina؛ Zargaran, Arman (Shiraz University of Medical Sciences, 2018-08-01)
    Corneal edema is an ophthalmic disorder which has two causes; one of them is increasing intraocular pressure that is the result of glaucoma and another reason is decompensation of endothelium that includes inflammatory and ...

  • Introduction of Hand-Written Manuscript of Bāh Nāmeh Available in Liden Library of Netherlands 

    Farkhondehzadeh, Mahboobeh؛ Gohari Fakhr Abad, Mostafa (Shiraz University of Medical Sciences, 2018-08-01)
    The present article makes an attempt to introduce and review the hand-written of Bāh Nāmeh, known as Zard Gilīm. The manuscript is kept in Liden library in Holland, under the reference No: 604. This hand-written manuscript ...

  • An Etymological Study of Some Selected Names of Anatomy Science 

    Ghalekhani, Golnar (Shiraz University of Medical Sciences, 2018-08-01)
    Anatomy is one of the most fundamental sciences related to medical science. Specialized vocabularies related to this science is often made by using the vocabularies available in Greek and Latin languages. Interestingly, ...

  • Remembering Dr. Valiollah Assefi, the father of Leprology in Iran 

    Maslehat, Sholeh؛ Mostafavi, Ehsan (Shiraz University of Medical Sciences, 2018-08-01)
    Dr. Valiollah Assefi, an infectious disease specialist borne in 1927, has been one of the prominent researchers in Pasteur Institute in Iran. He played an important role in improving the health of the country during 40 ...