The most famous of the professors were Averroes, Albucasis and Avenzoar.
Ebn Zoar, better known as Avenzoar, may be looked upon as the authority in Moorish pharmacy.
Avenzoar (Ibn Zohr) a little later made numerous important medical and surgical discoveries.
Avenzoar speaks of a golden probe for applying salve to the eye and for separating adhesion of the eye to the lid.
Avenzoar Av·en·zo·ar (āv'ən-zō'ər), 1090?-1162.
Spanish-Arab physician and writer whose Practical Manual of Treatments and Diet showed an advanced understanding of the human body based on science rather than speculation.