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Abu Ali Al-Hussain Bin Abdullah Bin Al-Hassan Bin Ali Bin Sina Al-Balkhi, then Al-Bukhari, known as Ibn Sina, was a Muslim scientist and physician, famous for medicine and philosophy and worked in them. He was born in the village of Afshna near Bukhara (in present-day Uzbekistan) to a father from the city of Balkh (in present-day Afghanistan) and a village mother. He was born in the year 370 AH (980 AD) and died in Hamadan (in present-day Iran) in the year 427 AH (1037 AD). He was known as the Chief Sheikh and Westerners called him the Prince of Physicians and the Father of Modern Medicine in the Middle Ages. He has authored 200 books on various topics, many of which focus on philosophy and medicine. Ibn Sina is considered one of the first to write about medicine in the world and he followed the approach or method of Hippocrates and Galen. His most famous work is Kitab al-Qanun fi al-Tibb (The Canon of Medicine), which for seven consecutive centuries remained the main reference in medicine. The causes of jaundice and a description of the symptoms of bladder stones, and pay attention to the effect of psychological treatment on recovery. The book of healing.