Transplantation Ethics From the Islamic Point of View
Golmakani, Mohammad Mehdi
Niknam, Mohammad Hussein
Hedayat, Kamyar M.
Medical Science Monitor 2005 April; 11(4): RA105-RA109
Beneficence; Brain; Brain Death; Cadavers; Consent; Death; Determination of Death; Donors; Ethics; Informed Consent; Islamic Ethics; Justice; Life; Living Donors; Medical Ethics; Muslim World; Organ Donation; Organ Transplantation; Remuneration; Sharia; Third Party Consent; Transplantation; Western World; Religious Ethics; Artificial and Transplanted Organs or Tissues; Donation / Procurement of Organs and Tissues; International and Political Dimensions of Biology and Medicine;
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