Anatomy of cranial nerves in the first Turkish illustrated anatomy manuscript
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CitationBahşi, I., Orhan, M., Çetkin, M., Turhan, B., & Sayın, S. (November 01, 2017). Anatomy of cranial nerves in the first Turkish illustrated anatomy manuscript. Child's Nervous System, 33, 11, 1855-1862.
Teşrih-ül Ebdan ve Tercümânı Kıbale-i Feylesûfan was the first Turkish illustrated anatomy manuscript written by Şemseddîn-i İtâḳî in the seventeenth century. Teşrih is an Arabic word which has various meanings such as dissection of corpse, autopsy, anatomy, and skeleton.