Soranus was a Greek physician from Ephesus in 1st and 2nd century. He practiced in Alexandria and subsequently in Rome, and was one of the chief representatives of the Methodic school of medicine. Several of his writings still survive most notably his four-volume treatise on gynaecology and a Latin translation of his on acute and chronic diseases. He belonged to the Methodic School and was one of the most eminent physicians of that school. Little else is known about his life, except that he passed some time in Aquitania for the purpose of treating some skin diseases which were very prevalent there at the time. His treatise Gynaecology is extant also extant are parts of treatises on Signs of Fractures and on Bandages. Of his most important work (On Acute and Chronic Diseases) only a few fragments in Greek remain, but we possess a complete Latin translation by Caelius Aurelianus (5th century). Besides these works, Soranus was the author of sever al others, of which only the titles and some fragments have been preserved. Soranus himself refers to many additional works which have not survived. Gynecology contains many remarkable contributions that might have been written today. Our Corporate Group is associated with other business like leading Broking House of India, having vast exposure to Pharmaceutical Distribution since last 25 years along with chains of Retail Medical Stores and Infrastructure. Our basic philosophy is to create care with lot of values.
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