Al-Darúrah wa atharuhå fí al-'amaliyåt al-tibbiyah al-hadíthah, diråsah muqåranah
Ibråhím, 'Ådil Sha'bån
Fayyúm, Egypt: Dår al-Falåh lil-Bahth al-'Ilmí wa Tahqíq al-Turåth, 2009: 480 p.
This book discusses the concept of necessity in Islamic legal theory and investigates the application of this concept to a number of modern medical procedures. It consists of a preliminary chapter and five main chapters, each dealing with a particular medical issue. The preliminary chapter offers background information about the concept of necessity in Islamic jurisprudence and its application in the field of medicine. The subsequent chapters cover: the application of necessity on medical procedures; surrogate motherhood; hymen reconstruction; organ transplantation; and use of religiously prohibited materials in medication.
Bioethical Issues; Biomedical Technologies; Comparative Studies; Death; Determination of Death; Ethics; Fiqh; Hymen Reconstruction; Ijtihad; Islamic Ethics; Islamic Jurisprudence; Medical Exigency; Medicine; Mothers; Organ Transplantation; Rape; Religiously Prohibited Materials; Sex Offenses; Sharia; Transplantation; Religious Ethics; Bioethics; Social Control of Science and Technology; Health Care; Sexuality / Gender; Artificial Insemination and Surrogacy; Artificial and Transplanted Organs or Tissues; Philosophy of Medicine; Health Care Programs for Women;
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