Abu al-Qasim, popularly known as Al-Zahrawi, is considered the father of modern surgery. He is a proof that many of the things we have nowadays, have Islamic heritage. A lot of inventions come from the Islam world, and surgery is one of those.
Born in Andalusia in the 10th century, he is considered the greatest surgeon in the Islamic medical tradition. He was a physician, surgeon, and chemist.
His comprehensive medical texts combine Middle Eastern and Greco-Roman classical teachings. They helped shape the European surgical procedures up until the Renaissance.
The greatest contribution of the father of modern surgery is Kitab al-Tasrif, which is a thirty-volume collection of medical practice. Large portions of it were translated into Latin and other European languages.
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