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Ibn al-Nadim recorded an account by Razi of a Chinese student who copied down all of Galen's works in Chinese as Razi read them to him out loud after the student learned fluent Arabic in 5 months and attended Razi's lectures.After his death, his fame spread beyond the Middle East to Medieval Europe, and lived on.
He was charitable to the poor, treated them without payment in any form, and wrote for them a treatise Man La Yaḥḍuruhu al-Ṭabīb, or Who Has No Physician to Attend Him, with medical advice.
He attacked charlatans and fake doctors who roamed the cities and countryside selling their nostrums and "cures".
At the same time, he warned that even highly educated doctors did not have the answers to all medical problems and could not cure all sicknesses or heal every disease, which was humanly speaking impossible.
One experiences a heaviness of the whole body and great restlessness, which expresses itself as a lot of stretching and yawning.
There is a pain in the throat and chest and one finds it difficult to breathe and cough.
According to the Encyclopædia Britannica (1911), he was among the first to use humoral theory to distinguish one contagious disease from another, and wrote a pioneering book about smallpox and measles providing clinical characterization of the diseases.
It is located on the southern slopes of the Alborz mountain range situated near Tehran, Iran.To become more useful in their services and truer to their calling, Razi advised practitioners to keep up with advanced knowledge by continually studying medical books and exposing themselves to new information.He made a distinction between curable and incurable diseases.Its lack of dogmatism and its Hippocratic reliance on clinical observation show Razi's medical methods.For example, he wrote: The eruption of smallpox is preceded by a continued fever, pain in the back, itching in the nose and nightmares during sleep.In his youth, Razi moved to Baghdad where he studied and practiced at the local bimaristan (hospital).