Anatomical Abnormalities Related to Some Specific Conditions: An Ayurveda and Modern Review

  • Sapan Jain
  • Vandana Hirudkar
  • Kavita A Khond

Abstract

The ayurveda term “Sharir Rachana” deals with anatomical and physiological considerations of human body. The study of Sharir Rachana and Kriya is very essential for understanding pathological perspectives of various diseases. The Shalya and Shalakya Chikitsa also depend upon the anatomical awareness of human body. There are some pathological conditions which involve anatomical and physiological disturbance. The anatomical abnormalities not only considered responsible for pathogenesis of some diseases but these anatomical variations may also observed as symptoms of few diseases. Considering importance of anatomical abnormalities in pathological conditions present article describing some specific disease conditions and their anatomical abnormalities. Article emphasized anatomical abnormalities related to the diseases of Garbha (congenital), skin, liver and vein.


Keywords: Ayurveda, Sharir Rachana, Anatomy, Physiology and Abnormalities

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Author Biographies

Sapan Jain

Professor, HOD, Kayachikitsa, LN College, Bhopal, India.

Vandana Hirudkar

Asso. Professor, Dept. Ras Shastra, Shree KR Pandav Ayurved College, Nagpur, India.  

Kavita A Khond

Professor, HOD, Shree KR Pandav Ayurved College, Nagpur, India.

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Jain S, Hirudkar V, Khond KA. Anatomical Abnormalities Related to Some Specific Conditions: An Ayurveda and Modern Review. JDDT [Internet]. 15Sep.2019 [cited 8Dec.2022];9(5):207-9. Available from: http://jddtonline.info/index.php/jddt/article/view/3668