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Diagnostic Methods in Ayurveda
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From the Jacket

The book 'Diagnostic Methods in Ayurveda' written by the well known author Prof. Ajay Kumar Sharma is a complete and comprehensive treatise on the subject. This book is one of its own kinds which deals with the subject in all completeness and clarity covering all aspects of Ayurvedic Diagnostics as described in various Ayurvedic treatise and judiciously supplemented by the modern literature available on the subject. The entire text is nicely supported with original references from Ayurvedic Classics. Latest information regarding Diagnostics has been incorporated with the objective of bridging the gap between the information available in various Ayurvedic classics and the books of Clinical Medicine with the objective of providing basic and complete knowledge to the readers. The book is meant especially for Ayurvedic Students, Physicians and Teachers for creating awareness amongst masses about the dependable holistic approach of Ayurveda in the scientific and systematic manner about the clinical methods in Ayurveda.

Efforts have been made to produce the subject matter in absolutely a new form detailing the ancient concepts of Ayurvedic advances in the field of Diagnostic.

The author of the book being a senior Professor of Ayurvedic Medicine (Kayachikitsa) in National Institute of Ayurveds, Jaipur and being a reputed teacher, clinician and researcher, this book has been richly benefited by his scholarship and professional experience. It is expected that this book will be useful for prospective readers.

About the Author

Born on 31st May, 1954 Prof. Ajay Kumar Sharma graduated in Ayurveda with Medicine and Surgery from A. & U. Tibbia College, New Delhi in 1976 with throughout top rank career. He completed his M.D. (Ay.) [B.H.U.] and Ph. D. under the guidance of his illustrious mentor Prof. R.H. Singh, presently Professor-Emeritus, Faculty of Ayurveda, I.M.S., B.H.U., Varanasi and Ex-Vice Chancellor, Rajasthan Ayurveda University, Jodhpur.

Prof. Sharma is one of the senior most Professors and Head of P.G. Department of Kayacikitsa and Deputy Medical Superintendent of the Hospitals at National Institute of Ayurveda, Jaipur. He is one of the Chief Ayurvedic Physician and Panca Karma specialist in the Institute. Prof. Sharma has published 10 standard books on Ayurveda and over 190 research papers. He received many awards and prizes for his outstanding career. He has contributed chapters to the prestigious volumes on Ayurveda-Kayacikitsa-Panca Karma published by CRC Press London, New York Washington and Argentina. Prof. Sharma has produced 40 M.D. (Ay.) and 6 Ph. D. under his guidance. He is the expert member of several important national level committees.

Preface

Ayurveda is the most ancient system of medicine in the world. Ayurvedic Medicine was a highly developed medical science with its manifold specialized practices in pre-independent era. Following the classical age Ayurveda had flourished well till the medieval period, after which followed the phase of decline of Ayurveda. However last few decades have proved important towards revival of Ayurveda with noticeable upsurge of interest throughout the world.

With the growing interest in Ayurveda there has been increasing demand of authentic literature on Ayurveda suitable for practice of Ayurvedic medicine. During last few years the revival activities in Ayurveda and interaction with other systems of medicine has lead to lot of clarity in the priorities and perspectives of contemporary Ayurvedic medicine. Such advances prompt to the need of producing newer literature incorporating the recent advances in terms of conceptual and strategic clarity and scientific developments. It is with this background that the present book was launched.

Clinical methods is a book for student of all ages age all degrees of experience. We all have gaps in our knowledge and this book should help fill them. it is intended to provide insight into the acquisition of the traditional clinical skills of history taking and physical examination, and of the increasingly complex and accurate methods available to modern clinicians. If modern investigative methods are to be applied to patient care intelligently, they must be integrated with traditional methods. The latter remain invaluable and irreplaceable clinical skills. Extended investigations and more complex managements must be both useful and humane. It is expected that the book will be recognized by prosperous readers as an old friend, a friend offering some new information, together with much that is well tied, and that ought to be as well known to new generation of students as it was to their teachers when they were students. Good clinical method is still the root of the matter.

The present book has been written with an objective of providing elaborate and comprehensive knowledge of the subject suitable to the present day students and teachers of Ayurveda. The subject matter has been elaborated with in the frame work of Ayurveda, supplemented at various places with modern knowledge of the subject, just to fill in the gaps. Efforts have been made to avoid the usage of complex technical terms. The language used is simple, easily understandable and self explanatory. Efforts have been made to provide Ayurvedic equivalents to modern terminology and vice-versa logically at appropriate places with the intentions of providing clarity to the subject matter. Throughout the book an attempt has been made to indicate particularly important matters and to suggest the diagnostic relevance of certain findings. The book may therefore be used not only as a text of clinical methods, but as a supplement to text book of medicine.

The author of this book being teacher, physician and researcher in this field has had the advantage of utilizing his professional experience with clinical medicine of Ayurveda in compiling the present book. It is hoped and believed that this small effort will prove to be of some benefit to the prospective readers.

The book is presented in the form of four units. Unit one deals with general considerations, Diseases and Disease process and Rogi Pariksa described in three chapters. Unit two is composed of nineteen chapters which cover various types of examination of Rogi, Trividha and Sadavidha Pariksa, Astavidha and Dasavidha Pariksa and Srotasa Pariksa describing in details Racana Sarira, Kriya Sarira, Srotodusti Karana, clinical manifestations, Sroto Pariksa Vidhi, investigations and important disorders of all Srotasas. Unit third describes the details of methods of Roga Pariksa in three chapters covering in details Panca Nidana Pariksa, Sadhyasadhyata of various diseases and Arista-vijnana. Unit four provides miscellaneous information regarding clinical methods including Ayurvedic case History Sheet, Modern Case History Sheet and laboratory investigations. The book is supplemented with an uptodate bibliography on the topics covered.

While compiling this book I received invaluable help from my post graduate students who kept me on developing the subject with due rationality and clarity by putting across a variety of questions in the classroom and departmental seminars. I take this opportunity to express my heartfelt gratitude to Dr. Vinod Gautam, my post graduate M.D. (Ay.) scholar who contributed richly in compilation and completion of this work.

Contents

Chapter
UNIT-I General Considerations
1-36
1 General Introduction
Introduction3
Health and Disease3
Concept of Pancamahabhutas4
Concept of Tridosas5
Concept of Dhatus9
Concept of Malas9
Concept of Agni and Ama9
Importance of Diagnosis11
Diagnostic Methods in Ayurveda12
2 Disease and the Disease Process
Definition of Vyadhi15
Synonyms of Vyadhi16
Classification of Vyadhi16
Fundamental causes of Diseases21
Rogamarga23
The Disease Process24
Concept of Sata Kriyakala26
3 Concept of Rogi-Roga Pariksa
Introduction31
Different Types of Examination32
Components of Diagnostic Methods in Ayurveda33
UNIT – II Rogi Pariksa
(Examination of the Patient)
37-484
4 Pramana Pariksa
Introduction 39
Dvividha Pramana Pariksa 39
Trividha Pramana Pariksa 45
Caturvidha Pramana Pariksa 47
5 Trividha and Sadavidha Pariksa (Scheme of Physical examination of Patient and Case History taking Scheme)
Trividha Pariksa 49
Darsana Pariksa 49
Sparsana Pariksa 55
Prasna Pariksa 58
Case History 59
Sadavidha Pariksa 61
Modern Concept of Examination of Patient : Inspection, Palpation, Percussion, Auscultation 65
6 Astavidha Pariksa (General Physical Examination of the Patient)
Introduction 69
Nadi Pariksa 70
Mutra Pariksa 82
Mala (Purisa) Pariksa 89
Jihva Pariksa 92
Sabda Pariksa 93
Sparsa Pariksa 94
Drka Pariksa 95
Akrti Pariksa 97
7 Dasavidha Pariksa (General Physical Examination of the Patient)
Introduction 99
Prakrti Pariksa 104
Vikrti Pariksa 125
Sara Pariksa 125
Samhanana Pariksa 129
Pramana Pariksa 132
Satmya Pariksa 133
Satva Pariksa 134
Ahara Sakti Pariksa 135
Vyayama Sakti Pariksa 135
Vaya Pariksa 135
8 Srotasa Pariksa (Systemic Examination)
Srotasa : General Considerations 139
Srotasa Samkhya 140
Type of Srotasa 141
Importance of Srotasa 142
Factors Responsible for Vitiation of Srotasas 144
General Features of Vitiation of Srotasas 144
9 Pranavaha Srotasa Pariksa (Examination of Respiratory System)
Introduction 146
Racana Sarira of Pranavaha Srotasa 146
Kriyasarira of Pranavaha Srotasa 148
Pranavaha Srotodusti Karanas 150
Clinical Manifestations 151
Pranavaha Srot Pariksana 160
Investigations 167
Important Disorders 169
10 Udakavaha Srotasa Pariksa (Examination of Water Balance System)
Introduction 171
Racana Sarira of Udakavaha Srotasa 171
Kriyasarira of Udakavaha Srotasa 173
Udakavaha Srotodusti Karanas 174
Udakavaha Srotodusti Laksanas 174
Clinical Manifestations 175
Udakavaha Srotasa Pariksana 179
Investigations 180
Important Disorders of the Udakavaha Srotasa 180
11 Annavaha Srotasa Pariksa (Examination of Alimentary/Digestive System)
Introduction 181
Racana Sarira of Annavaha Srotasa 181
Kriya Sarira of Annavaha Srotasa 186
Annavaha Srotodusti Karanas 188
Clinical Manifestations 190
Annavaha Sroto Pariksana 200
Investigations 210
Important Disorders 211
12 Rasavaha Srotasa Pariksa (Examination of Cardio Vascular System)
Introduction 214
Racana Sarira of Rasavaha Srotasa 214
Kriya Sarira of Rasavaha Srotasa 217
Rasavaha Srotodusti Karanas 220
Clinical Manifestations 221
Rasavaha Sroto Pariksana 235
Investigations in Cardio Vascular Diseases 239
Main Disorders 241
13 Raktavaha Srotasa Pariksa (Examination of Haemopoitic System)
Introduction 243
Racana Sarira of Raktavaha Srotasa 243
Kriya Sarira of Raktavaha Srotasa 244
Raktavaha Srotodusti Karanas 250
Vikrti Laksana 253
Raktavaha Sroto Pariksana 270
Investigations 274
Important Disorders 278
14 Mamsavaha Srotasa Pariksa (Examination of the Muscular System)
Introduction 280
Racana Sarira of Mamsavaha Srotasa 280
Kriya Sarira of Mamsavaha Srotasa 285
Mamsavaha Srotodusti Karanas 287
Investigations 301
Important Disorders 302
15 Medovaha Srotasa Pariksa (Examination of Adipose System)
Introduction 303
Racana Sarira of Medovaha Srotasa 303
Kriya Sarira of Medovaha Srotasa 305
Medovaha Srotodusti Karanas 308
Clinical Manifestations 309
Medovaha Sroto Pariksana 317
Investigations 318
Important Disorders 319
16 Asthivaha Srotasa Pariksa (Examination of Skeletal/Osseous System)
Introduction320
Racana Sarira of Asthivaha Srotasa 320
Kriya Sarira of Asthivaha Srotasa 324
Asthivaha Srotodusti Karanas 325
Clinical Manifestations 326
Asthivaha Sroto Pariksana 337
Investigations 339
Important Disorders 339
17 Majjavaha Srotasa Pariksa (Examination of Myeloid/Bone Marrow System)
Introduction 341
Racana Sarira of Majjavaha Srotasa 341
Kriya Sarira of Majjavaha Srotasa 343
Majjavaha Srotodusti Karanas 345
Clinical Manifestations 345
Majjavaha Sroto Pariksana 349
Investigations 351
Important Disorders 351
18Sukravaha Srotasa Pariksa (Examination of Male Reproductive System)
Introduction 353
Racana Sarira of Sukravaha Srotasa 354
Kriya Sarira of Sukravaha Srotasa 355
Sukravaha Srotodusti Karanas 356
Clinical Manifestations 357
Sukravaha Sroto Pariksana 365
Investigations 367
Important Disorders 368
19 Artavavaha Srotasa Pariksa (Examination of Female Reproductive System)
Introduction 369
Racana Sarira of Artavavaha Srotasa 369
Kriya Sarira of Artavavaha Srotasa 371
Artavavaha Srotodusti Karanas 374
Clinical Manifestations 376
Artavavaha Sroto Pariksana 388
Investigations 390
Important Disorders 391
20Mutravaha Srotasa Pariksa (Examination of Urinary System)
Introduction 393
Racana Sarira of Mutravaha Srotasa 393
Kriya Sarira of Mutravaha Srotasa 395
Mutravaha Srotodusti Karanas 396
Clinical Manifestations 397
Mutravaha Sroto Pariksana 405
Investigations 407
Important Disorders 409
21 Purisavaha Srotasa Pariksa (Examination of Feces System)
Introduction 411
Racana Sarira of Purisavaha Srotasa 411
Kriya Sarira of Purisavaha Srotasa 412
Purisavaha Srotodusti Karanas 413
Clinical Manifesations 414
Purisavaha Sroto Pariksana 420
Investigations 422
Important Disorders 423
22 Svedavaha Srotasa Pariksa (Examination of Sweat System)
Introduction 424
Racana Sarira of Svedavaha Srotasa 424
Kriya Sarira of Svedavaha Srotasa 425
Svedavaha Srotodusti Karanas 426
Clinical Manifestations 426
Svedavaha Sroto Pariksana 429
Important Disorders 430
23 Manovaha Srotasa Pariksa (Examination of
A. Manovaha Srotasa-Medical Psychiatry
B. Vata Nadi Tantra-Nervous System of Neurological Disorders)
Introduction 431
Racana Sarira of Manovaha Srotasa432
Kriya Sarira of Manovaha Srotasa 436
Part - A
Concepts of Manasa (Mind) 439
Manovaha Srotodusti Karanas 444
Clinical Manifestations 447
Manovaha Sroto Vikaras 449
Manovaha Sroto Pariksana 454
Investigations 458
Important Disorders 459
Part - B
Vata Nadi Tantra Pariksa (Nervous System) 461
Introduction 461
Importance of Vayu 462
Nervous System 464
Vata Nadi Tantra Dusti Karanas 469
Clinical Manifestations and Examination of Neurological Disorders 470
Investigations 476
Vata Nadi Tantra Vikaras 478
Important Disorders 483
Unit-III Roga Pariksa
(Examination of the Disease)
485-508
24 Pancha Nidana Pariksa (Five Methods of Diagnosis)
Introduction 487
Nidana 488
Purvarupa 492
Rupa 494
Upasaya-Anupasaya 496
Samprapti 498
25 Sadhya-Asadhya Pariksa (Prognosis)
Introduction 501
Sadhya Vyadhis 502
Asadhya Vyadhis 503
26 Arista Vijnana (Fatal Signs and Symptoms/Prognosis)
Definition of Arista 504
Arista Pariksa 505
Prakrti 506
Vikrti 506
Different Pariksya Bhavas 506
UNIT – IV Miscllaneous
509-520
27 Atura Pariksana Patra (Case History Sheet)
Ayurvedic Case History Sheet 511
Modern Case History Sheet 514
28 Laboratory Investigations
Reference Values517
Clinical Chemistry 518
Lipid Profile 519
Cerebro Spinal Fluid (C.S.F.) 520
Urine Analysis 520
Bibliography 521

Diagnostic Methods in Ayurveda

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The book 'Diagnostic Methods in Ayurveda' written by the well known author Prof. Ajay Kumar Sharma is a complete and comprehensive treatise on the subject. This book is one of its own kinds which deals with the subject in all completeness and clarity covering all aspects of Ayurvedic Diagnostics as described in various Ayurvedic treatise and judiciously supplemented by the modern literature available on the subject. The entire text is nicely supported with original references from Ayurvedic Classics. Latest information regarding Diagnostics has been incorporated with the objective of bridging the gap between the information available in various Ayurvedic classics and the books of Clinical Medicine with the objective of providing basic and complete knowledge to the readers. The book is meant especially for Ayurvedic Students, Physicians and Teachers for creating awareness amongst masses about the dependable holistic approach of Ayurveda in the scientific and systematic manner about the clinical methods in Ayurveda.

Efforts have been made to produce the subject matter in absolutely a new form detailing the ancient concepts of Ayurvedic advances in the field of Diagnostic.

The author of the book being a senior Professor of Ayurvedic Medicine (Kayachikitsa) in National Institute of Ayurveds, Jaipur and being a reputed teacher, clinician and researcher, this book has been richly benefited by his scholarship and professional experience. It is expected that this book will be useful for prospective readers.

About the Author

Born on 31st May, 1954 Prof. Ajay Kumar Sharma graduated in Ayurveda with Medicine and Surgery from A. & U. Tibbia College, New Delhi in 1976 with throughout top rank career. He completed his M.D. (Ay.) [B.H.U.] and Ph. D. under the guidance of his illustrious mentor Prof. R.H. Singh, presently Professor-Emeritus, Faculty of Ayurveda, I.M.S., B.H.U., Varanasi and Ex-Vice Chancellor, Rajasthan Ayurveda University, Jodhpur.

Prof. Sharma is one of the senior most Professors and Head of P.G. Department of Kayacikitsa and Deputy Medical Superintendent of the Hospitals at National Institute of Ayurveda, Jaipur. He is one of the Chief Ayurvedic Physician and Panca Karma specialist in the Institute. Prof. Sharma has published 10 standard books on Ayurveda and over 190 research papers. He received many awards and prizes for his outstanding career. He has contributed chapters to the prestigious volumes on Ayurveda-Kayacikitsa-Panca Karma published by CRC Press London, New York Washington and Argentina. Prof. Sharma has produced 40 M.D. (Ay.) and 6 Ph. D. under his guidance. He is the expert member of several important national level committees.

Preface

Ayurveda is the most ancient system of medicine in the world. Ayurvedic Medicine was a highly developed medical science with its manifold specialized practices in pre-independent era. Following the classical age Ayurveda had flourished well till the medieval period, after which followed the phase of decline of Ayurveda. However last few decades have proved important towards revival of Ayurveda with noticeable upsurge of interest throughout the world.

With the growing interest in Ayurveda there has been increasing demand of authentic literature on Ayurveda suitable for practice of Ayurvedic medicine. During last few years the revival activities in Ayurveda and interaction with other systems of medicine has lead to lot of clarity in the priorities and perspectives of contemporary Ayurvedic medicine. Such advances prompt to the need of producing newer literature incorporating the recent advances in terms of conceptual and strategic clarity and scientific developments. It is with this background that the present book was launched.

Clinical methods is a book for student of all ages age all degrees of experience. We all have gaps in our knowledge and this book should help fill them. it is intended to provide insight into the acquisition of the traditional clinical skills of history taking and physical examination, and of the increasingly complex and accurate methods available to modern clinicians. If modern investigative methods are to be applied to patient care intelligently, they must be integrated with traditional methods. The latter remain invaluable and irreplaceable clinical skills. Extended investigations and more complex managements must be both useful and humane. It is expected that the book will be recognized by prosperous readers as an old friend, a friend offering some new information, together with much that is well tied, and that ought to be as well known to new generation of students as it was to their teachers when they were students. Good clinical method is still the root of the matter.

The present book has been written with an objective of providing elaborate and comprehensive knowledge of the subject suitable to the present day students and teachers of Ayurveda. The subject matter has been elaborated with in the frame work of Ayurveda, supplemented at various places with modern knowledge of the subject, just to fill in the gaps. Efforts have been made to avoid the usage of complex technical terms. The language used is simple, easily understandable and self explanatory. Efforts have been made to provide Ayurvedic equivalents to modern terminology and vice-versa logically at appropriate places with the intentions of providing clarity to the subject matter. Throughout the book an attempt has been made to indicate particularly important matters and to suggest the diagnostic relevance of certain findings. The book may therefore be used not only as a text of clinical methods, but as a supplement to text book of medicine.

The author of this book being teacher, physician and researcher in this field has had the advantage of utilizing his professional experience with clinical medicine of Ayurveda in compiling the present book. It is hoped and believed that this small effort will prove to be of some benefit to the prospective readers.

The book is presented in the form of four units. Unit one deals with general considerations, Diseases and Disease process and Rogi Pariksa described in three chapters. Unit two is composed of nineteen chapters which cover various types of examination of Rogi, Trividha and Sadavidha Pariksa, Astavidha and Dasavidha Pariksa and Srotasa Pariksa describing in details Racana Sarira, Kriya Sarira, Srotodusti Karana, clinical manifestations, Sroto Pariksa Vidhi, investigations and important disorders of all Srotasas. Unit third describes the details of methods of Roga Pariksa in three chapters covering in details Panca Nidana Pariksa, Sadhyasadhyata of various diseases and Arista-vijnana. Unit four provides miscellaneous information regarding clinical methods including Ayurvedic case History Sheet, Modern Case History Sheet and laboratory investigations. The book is supplemented with an uptodate bibliography on the topics covered.

While compiling this book I received invaluable help from my post graduate students who kept me on developing the subject with due rationality and clarity by putting across a variety of questions in the classroom and departmental seminars. I take this opportunity to express my heartfelt gratitude to Dr. Vinod Gautam, my post graduate M.D. (Ay.) scholar who contributed richly in compilation and completion of this work.

Contents

Chapter
UNIT-I General Considerations
1-36
1 General Introduction
Introduction3
Health and Disease3
Concept of Pancamahabhutas4
Concept of Tridosas5
Concept of Dhatus9
Concept of Malas9
Concept of Agni and Ama9
Importance of Diagnosis11
Diagnostic Methods in Ayurveda12
2 Disease and the Disease Process
Definition of Vyadhi15
Synonyms of Vyadhi16
Classification of Vyadhi16
Fundamental causes of Diseases21
Rogamarga23
The Disease Process24
Concept of Sata Kriyakala26
3 Concept of Rogi-Roga Pariksa
Introduction31
Different Types of Examination32
Components of Diagnostic Methods in Ayurveda33
UNIT – II Rogi Pariksa
(Examination of the Patient)
37-484
4 Pramana Pariksa
Introduction 39
Dvividha Pramana Pariksa 39
Trividha Pramana Pariksa 45
Caturvidha Pramana Pariksa 47
5 Trividha and Sadavidha Pariksa (Scheme of Physical examination of Patient and Case History taking Scheme)
Trividha Pariksa 49
Darsana Pariksa 49
Sparsana Pariksa 55
Prasna Pariksa 58
Case History 59
Sadavidha Pariksa 61
Modern Concept of Examination of Patient : Inspection, Palpation, Percussion, Auscultation 65
6 Astavidha Pariksa (General Physical Examination of the Patient)
Introduction 69
Nadi Pariksa 70
Mutra Pariksa 82
Mala (Purisa) Pariksa 89
Jihva Pariksa 92
Sabda Pariksa 93
Sparsa Pariksa 94
Drka Pariksa 95
Akrti Pariksa 97
7 Dasavidha Pariksa (General Physical Examination of the Patient)
Introduction 99
Prakrti Pariksa 104
Vikrti Pariksa 125
Sara Pariksa 125
Samhanana Pariksa 129
Pramana Pariksa 132
Satmya Pariksa 133
Satva Pariksa 134
Ahara Sakti Pariksa 135
Vyayama Sakti Pariksa 135
Vaya Pariksa 135
8 Srotasa Pariksa (Systemic Examination)
Srotasa : General Considerations 139
Srotasa Samkhya 140
Type of Srotasa 141
Importance of Srotasa 142
Factors Responsible for Vitiation of Srotasas 144
General Features of Vitiation of Srotasas 144
9 Pranavaha Srotasa Pariksa (Examination of Respiratory System)
Introduction 146
Racana Sarira of Pranavaha Srotasa 146
Kriyasarira of Pranavaha Srotasa 148
Pranavaha Srotodusti Karanas 150
Clinical Manifestations 151
Pranavaha Srot Pariksana 160
Investigations 167
Important Disorders 169
10 Udakavaha Srotasa Pariksa (Examination of Water Balance System)
Introduction 171
Racana Sarira of Udakavaha Srotasa 171
Kriyasarira of Udakavaha Srotasa 173
Udakavaha Srotodusti Karanas 174
Udakavaha Srotodusti Laksanas 174
Clinical Manifestations 175
Udakavaha Srotasa Pariksana 179
Investigations 180
Important Disorders of the Udakavaha Srotasa 180
11 Annavaha Srotasa Pariksa (Examination of Alimentary/Digestive System)
Introduction 181
Racana Sarira of Annavaha Srotasa 181
Kriya Sarira of Annavaha Srotasa 186
Annavaha Srotodusti Karanas 188
Clinical Manifestations 190
Annavaha Sroto Pariksana 200
Investigations 210
Important Disorders 211
12 Rasavaha Srotasa Pariksa (Examination of Cardio Vascular System)
Introduction 214
Racana Sarira of Rasavaha Srotasa 214
Kriya Sarira of Rasavaha Srotasa 217
Rasavaha Srotodusti Karanas 220
Clinical Manifestations 221
Rasavaha Sroto Pariksana 235
Investigations in Cardio Vascular Diseases 239
Main Disorders 241
13 Raktavaha Srotasa Pariksa (Examination of Haemopoitic System)
Introduction 243
Racana Sarira of Raktavaha Srotasa 243
Kriya Sarira of Raktavaha Srotasa 244
Raktavaha Srotodusti Karanas 250
Vikrti Laksana 253
Raktavaha Sroto Pariksana 270
Investigations 274
Important Disorders 278
14 Mamsavaha Srotasa Pariksa (Examination of the Muscular System)
Introduction 280
Racana Sarira of Mamsavaha Srotasa 280
Kriya Sarira of Mamsavaha Srotasa 285
Mamsavaha Srotodusti Karanas 287
Investigations 301
Important Disorders 302
15 Medovaha Srotasa Pariksa (Examination of Adipose System)
Introduction 303
Racana Sarira of Medovaha Srotasa 303
Kriya Sarira of Medovaha Srotasa 305
Medovaha Srotodusti Karanas 308
Clinical Manifestations 309
Medovaha Sroto Pariksana 317
Investigations 318
Important Disorders 319
16 Asthivaha Srotasa Pariksa (Examination of Skeletal/Osseous System)
Introduction320
Racana Sarira of Asthivaha Srotasa 320
Kriya Sarira of Asthivaha Srotasa 324
Asthivaha Srotodusti Karanas 325
Clinical Manifestations 326
Asthivaha Sroto Pariksana 337
Investigations 339
Important Disorders 339
17 Majjavaha Srotasa Pariksa (Examination of Myeloid/Bone Marrow System)
Introduction 341
Racana Sarira of Majjavaha Srotasa 341
Kriya Sarira of Majjavaha Srotasa 343
Majjavaha Srotodusti Karanas 345
Clinical Manifestations 345
Majjavaha Sroto Pariksana 349
Investigations 351
Important Disorders 351
18Sukravaha Srotasa Pariksa (Examination of Male Reproductive System)
Introduction 353
Racana Sarira of Sukravaha Srotasa 354
Kriya Sarira of Sukravaha Srotasa 355
Sukravaha Srotodusti Karanas 356
Clinical Manifestations 357
Sukravaha Sroto Pariksana 365
Investigations 367
Important Disorders 368
19 Artavavaha Srotasa Pariksa (Examination of Female Reproductive System)
Introduction 369
Racana Sarira of Artavavaha Srotasa 369
Kriya Sarira of Artavavaha Srotasa 371
Artavavaha Srotodusti Karanas 374
Clinical Manifestations 376
Artavavaha Sroto Pariksana 388
Investigations 390
Important Disorders 391
20Mutravaha Srotasa Pariksa (Examination of Urinary System)
Introduction 393
Racana Sarira of Mutravaha Srotasa 393
Kriya Sarira of Mutravaha Srotasa 395
Mutravaha Srotodusti Karanas 396
Clinical Manifestations 397
Mutravaha Sroto Pariksana 405
Investigations 407
Important Disorders 409
21 Purisavaha Srotasa Pariksa (Examination of Feces System)
Introduction 411
Racana Sarira of Purisavaha Srotasa 411
Kriya Sarira of Purisavaha Srotasa 412
Purisavaha Srotodusti Karanas 413
Clinical Manifesations 414
Purisavaha Sroto Pariksana 420
Investigations 422
Important Disorders 423
22 Svedavaha Srotasa Pariksa (Examination of Sweat System)
Introduction 424
Racana Sarira of Svedavaha Srotasa 424
Kriya Sarira of Svedavaha Srotasa 425
Svedavaha Srotodusti Karanas 426
Clinical Manifestations 426
Svedavaha Sroto Pariksana 429
Important Disorders 430
23 Manovaha Srotasa Pariksa (Examination of
A. Manovaha Srotasa-Medical Psychiatry
B. Vata Nadi Tantra-Nervous System of Neurological Disorders)
Introduction 431
Racana Sarira of Manovaha Srotasa432
Kriya Sarira of Manovaha Srotasa 436
Part - A
Concepts of Manasa (Mind) 439
Manovaha Srotodusti Karanas 444
Clinical Manifestations 447
Manovaha Sroto Vikaras 449
Manovaha Sroto Pariksana 454
Investigations 458
Important Disorders 459
Part - B
Vata Nadi Tantra Pariksa (Nervous System) 461
Introduction 461
Importance of Vayu 462
Nervous System 464
Vata Nadi Tantra Dusti Karanas 469
Clinical Manifestations and Examination of Neurological Disorders 470
Investigations 476
Vata Nadi Tantra Vikaras 478
Important Disorders 483
Unit-III Roga Pariksa
(Examination of the Disease)
485-508
24 Pancha Nidana Pariksa (Five Methods of Diagnosis)
Introduction 487
Nidana 488
Purvarupa 492
Rupa 494
Upasaya-Anupasaya 496
Samprapti 498
25 Sadhya-Asadhya Pariksa (Prognosis)
Introduction 501
Sadhya Vyadhis 502
Asadhya Vyadhis 503
26 Arista Vijnana (Fatal Signs and Symptoms/Prognosis)
Definition of Arista 504
Arista Pariksa 505
Prakrti 506
Vikrti 506
Different Pariksya Bhavas 506
UNIT – IV Miscllaneous
509-520
27 Atura Pariksana Patra (Case History Sheet)
Ayurvedic Case History Sheet 511
Modern Case History Sheet 514
28 Laboratory Investigations
Reference Values517
Clinical Chemistry 518
Lipid Profile 519
Cerebro Spinal Fluid (C.S.F.) 520
Urine Analysis 520
Bibliography 521
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