Abu Ruh Muhammad ibn Mansur ibn abi Abdallah ibn Mansur Jamani (also Gorgani), nicknamed Zarrin-Dast was an eleventh-century Persian oculist.
Zarrin Dast means the Golden Hand in Persian, a reputable name for an eye surgeon.
He flourished under the Seljuq sultan Abu-l-Fath Malikshah ibn Muhammad, ruling from 1072-73 to 1092-93.
He completed in 1087-88, a treatise on ophthalmology entitled "The Light of the Eyes" (Nur al-ayun), in Persian.
- Hirschberg: Geschichte der Augenheilkunde bei den Arabern (57 sq., Leipzig, 1905).
- Adolf Fonahn: Quellenkunde der persischen Medizin (38-41, 1910. Includes summary of the treatise, based upon Hirschberg).
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