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Avicenna’s Systematic Reviews

That great medieval polymath and philosopher Ibn Sina (d. 1037), or Avicenna as he is known in the West, might in fact be regarded as father (or inventor) of medical systematic reviews [1], nowadays considered as the highest level of … Continue reading

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Medical Information Transfer into Practice in the 21st Century: A Revolution

  Advance! Advance! We advance. We advance. Can we advance? Can we advance? Can we? Can we? Henry Cow 1980 [1]  When having recently been asked to write an op-ed, I was wondering whether the above could be a good … Continue reading

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The Main Slaughterhouse in Shuwaikh

When Kuwait University Dental School was established there was soon a demand for a special animal teaching model for oral surgical methods. Dental students throughout the world are frequently trained in different flap designs and suturing techniques by using mandibles … Continue reading

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