- Persian physician whose medical writings were a major influence during the Middle Ages.
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Examples from the Web for rhazes
His greatest work is the translation of the whole of the "Continens" of Rhazes.
Most of what he has to say about medical matters is taken from Rhazes.
Rhazes, Haly-Abbas, and Avicenna were universally invoked and explained.An Epitome of the History of Medicine
Rhasis, or Rhazes, was a distinguished physician of Bagdad (925-6).The Browning Cyclopdia
On account of his zeal for study Rhazes was known as the "Experimentator."The Evolution of Modern Medicine