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The current text book named "A Text book of Roga Nidana and VikruthiVijnana" will be available in Volume 1 and Volume 2. The Volume I comprises of the basic concepts of the disease and general as well as systematic methods of examination of patient. The Volume 2 comprises of the systemic pathology and the description of all of diseases. The book is written as per the new CCIM syllabus which will be beneficiary for third year undergraduate students and also others. This book is brought with the team efforts of teachers and post graduate students of Roga Nidana and therefore the book is a package of fresh and experienced thoughts.

 

The book encompasses all the topics told in the new syllabus with classical references and relevant information from allied science. It consists of Basic concepts, disease description, critical analysis and bed side case taking methods with physical examination, basic laboratory methods and radio imaging. The author wishes all the students of Ayurveda to utilize the book along with other classical texts of Ayurveda to understand and implement the Science both in Theory as well as Practice. The intension of this book is not only to ease the understanding of the subject but also it must be a good reason to read and refer Classical Texts of Ayurveda.

 

About the Author

 

The author named Dr. Nisha Kumari belongs to a small village in Karkala of Udupi district, Karnataka. She was though born and brought up until primary education and pre university in Kundapura. Her parents were Dr. Prabhakar Athikary and Mrs. Saraswathi P. Athikary. She did her under graduation B.A.M.S. in Alva's Ayurveda Medical College, Moodbidri in the year 2005 and completed her M.D. in Ayurveda from S.D.M. Ayurveda College, Udupi on the specialization Roga Nidana during the year 2007. She has rendered her service in Alva's Ayurveda Medical College, Moodbidri, Muniyal Institute of Ayurvedic Medical Science and currently she is working as Associate Professor in the Department of Roga Nidana in S.D.M. Ayurveda to liege and Hospital, Hassan.

 

Preface

 

Roga Nidana is the chief subject that connects physician with patient and then to medicine. Thus without pareeksha and analysis of roga and rog avinischaya chikitsa cannot be administered. Treatment is not that when you see few symptoms and then give drugs which are showing antagonistic features to that of symptoms. The chikitsa begins from understanding prakruthi, doshaavastha, vyadhiavastha, roga rogibala, agni, koshta, satmya and understanding disease process or samprapthi. For this one has to understand roganidana very well.

 

Do not suddenly jump or hurry for starting a treatment. A minimal mistake in assessment of roga and rogi is sufficient to bring bad prognosis or irreversible damage. Thorough theoretical knowledge, repeated study, continuous practice, regular visit to wards will make any student to be expert in this subject. Thus my humble request to student is that do not read this text just for the sake of passing examination in your curriculum. Use this book to understand samhitas, concepts and patients more. This will surely make your treatment successful. Thus read this text, read original samhitas, hand in hand regularly visit wards. Implement the theoretical knowledge in the practical curriculum too. The basic concepts are to be clearly understood before looking at the applied aspect. The intention of my work is to motivated students to read original and classical text rather than restricting them self or confining to the compiled texts.

 

Contents

 

Chapter-1 :

Dosha Dushyadi Vigyana

1-106

1.

Definition and importance of Roganidana

1

2.

Samanya Nidana and Samanya Lakshana of Dosha Vriddhi, Kshaya and Prakopa

3

3.

Dosha Dhatu Ashraya Ashrayi Bhava

9

4.

Dhatu Kshaya Vriddhi Lakshana

11

5.

Mala Kshaya Vriddhi Lakshana

18

6.

Hetu, Bheda and Lakshana of Agni Dushti

21

7

Definitions and Samanya Lakshana of Ama

24

8

Sama and nirama Dosha, Dushya Lakshana

30

9

Dosha Paka and Dhatu Paka Lakshana

32

10.

Concept, classification, diagnosis and general complications of Avarana

33

11.

Doshagati and Rogmarga

39

12.

Detailed study of Srotomoola and Srotodushti Samanya and Vishishta Hetu Lakshana of all Srotas Differences between Sroto Dushti and Kha Vaigunya

49

Chapter-2:

Vyadhi Vigyana

107-163

1.

Definition, synonyms and classification of Vyadhi & Vyadhi Ghatak

107

2.

Criteria for nomenclature of Diseases in Ayurveda (Vyadhinamakarana)

115

3.

Bija, Bija Bhaga and Bija Bhaga Avayava Dushti

118

4.

Basic knowledge of Hereditary, Congenital, Acquired, Multifactorial, Traumatic and Environmental disorders

119

5.

Introduction to ICD Classification of Diseases of WHO and DSM classification

124

6.

Samanyaja and NanatmajaVikara, Nidanarthakara Vyadhi, Hetu Sankara, Lingasankara, Vyadhisankara, Vyadhi Awastha

132

7.

Dhatu, Updhatu, Mala and Indriya Pradoshaj Vikara

148

8.

Concept of Ashta Mahagada

149

9.

Introduction to Ashta Nindita

151

10.

Definition and classification of Vyadhikshamatva

154

11.

Ojas - types of Ojo Dushti- Visrimsa- Vyapad & Kshaya & It's Diseases

156

Chapter-3 :

Basic Pathology

164- 224

1.

Introduction to pathology and its sub-divisions

164

2.

Introduction to Cell Injury and Cellular adaptations

168

3.

Definition and brief description of inflammation-Healing/repair.

173

4.

Definition and brief description of edema- shock - hemorrhage, Thrombosis, embolism, Ischemia and Infarction

178

5.

Types of Immunity- different types of immune responses in the body- Basic knowledge of auto immune diseases, Acquired immune deficiency disease and hypersensitivity

191

6.

Nomenclature and classification of tumors- difference between benign and malignant tumors

206

7.

Introduction to Nutritional disorders- disorders of macro and micro nutrients

214

8.

Introduction to infections

221

9.

Introduction and classification of microorganisms such as virus- bacteria-fungus

222

 

PART B

 

Chapter-4 :

Nidana Panchaka Vigyana

225-277

1.

Difference between Roga and Rogi Pariksha

225

2.

Importance of Nidan Panchaka

226

3.

Hetu - Definition, Synonyms and Classification

227

4.

Purva Rupa - Definition, Synonyms, Samanya and Vishishta Purvarupa

235

5.

Rupa- Definition, Synonyms, Samanya and Pratyatma Lakshana. Difference between Vyadhi and Lakshana

236

6.

Upashaya/Anupashaya- Definition, Types and its importance in diagnosis

238

7.

Samprapti- Definition, Synonyms and Type and Samprapti Ghataka

244

8.

Shat Kriyakaala. Relationship between Nidana Panchaka and Shat Kriyakaala

254

9.

Upadrava and Udarka

260

10.

Arishta Vigyan- Definition, Types and its importance

264

11.

Sadhyasadhyatwa- Types, their parameters and importance

271

12.

General diagnostic principles of AnuktaVyadhi (Ch.Vi.4)

274

Chapter-5 :

Pariksha Vigyana

278- 487

1.

Importance and knowledge of Aptopadeshadi & Darshanadi Trividha, Chaturvidha, and Shadvidha Pariksha

278

2.

Importance and Knowledge of Ashtasthana Pariksha

290

3.

Importance and Knowledge of Karanadi Dashavidha Parikshya Bhava.

322

4.

Importance and Knowledge of Dashavidha Pariksha

328

5.

Basic knowledge of ECG, USG, X-Ray, CT Scan, MRI

464

 

A Text Book For Roga Nidana and Vikruthi Vijnana (Volume I)

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The current text book named "A Text book of Roga Nidana and VikruthiVijnana" will be available in Volume 1 and Volume 2. The Volume I comprises of the basic concepts of the disease and general as well as systematic methods of examination of patient. The Volume 2 comprises of the systemic pathology and the description of all of diseases. The book is written as per the new CCIM syllabus which will be beneficiary for third year undergraduate students and also others. This book is brought with the team efforts of teachers and post graduate students of Roga Nidana and therefore the book is a package of fresh and experienced thoughts.

 

The book encompasses all the topics told in the new syllabus with classical references and relevant information from allied science. It consists of Basic concepts, disease description, critical analysis and bed side case taking methods with physical examination, basic laboratory methods and radio imaging. The author wishes all the students of Ayurveda to utilize the book along with other classical texts of Ayurveda to understand and implement the Science both in Theory as well as Practice. The intension of this book is not only to ease the understanding of the subject but also it must be a good reason to read and refer Classical Texts of Ayurveda.

 

About the Author

 

The author named Dr. Nisha Kumari belongs to a small village in Karkala of Udupi district, Karnataka. She was though born and brought up until primary education and pre university in Kundapura. Her parents were Dr. Prabhakar Athikary and Mrs. Saraswathi P. Athikary. She did her under graduation B.A.M.S. in Alva's Ayurveda Medical College, Moodbidri in the year 2005 and completed her M.D. in Ayurveda from S.D.M. Ayurveda College, Udupi on the specialization Roga Nidana during the year 2007. She has rendered her service in Alva's Ayurveda Medical College, Moodbidri, Muniyal Institute of Ayurvedic Medical Science and currently she is working as Associate Professor in the Department of Roga Nidana in S.D.M. Ayurveda to liege and Hospital, Hassan.

 

Preface

 

Roga Nidana is the chief subject that connects physician with patient and then to medicine. Thus without pareeksha and analysis of roga and rog avinischaya chikitsa cannot be administered. Treatment is not that when you see few symptoms and then give drugs which are showing antagonistic features to that of symptoms. The chikitsa begins from understanding prakruthi, doshaavastha, vyadhiavastha, roga rogibala, agni, koshta, satmya and understanding disease process or samprapthi. For this one has to understand roganidana very well.

 

Do not suddenly jump or hurry for starting a treatment. A minimal mistake in assessment of roga and rogi is sufficient to bring bad prognosis or irreversible damage. Thorough theoretical knowledge, repeated study, continuous practice, regular visit to wards will make any student to be expert in this subject. Thus my humble request to student is that do not read this text just for the sake of passing examination in your curriculum. Use this book to understand samhitas, concepts and patients more. This will surely make your treatment successful. Thus read this text, read original samhitas, hand in hand regularly visit wards. Implement the theoretical knowledge in the practical curriculum too. The basic concepts are to be clearly understood before looking at the applied aspect. The intention of my work is to motivated students to read original and classical text rather than restricting them self or confining to the compiled texts.

 

Contents

 

Chapter-1 :

Dosha Dushyadi Vigyana

1-106

1.

Definition and importance of Roganidana

1

2.

Samanya Nidana and Samanya Lakshana of Dosha Vriddhi, Kshaya and Prakopa

3

3.

Dosha Dhatu Ashraya Ashrayi Bhava

9

4.

Dhatu Kshaya Vriddhi Lakshana

11

5.

Mala Kshaya Vriddhi Lakshana

18

6.

Hetu, Bheda and Lakshana of Agni Dushti

21

7

Definitions and Samanya Lakshana of Ama

24

8

Sama and nirama Dosha, Dushya Lakshana

30

9

Dosha Paka and Dhatu Paka Lakshana

32

10.

Concept, classification, diagnosis and general complications of Avarana

33

11.

Doshagati and Rogmarga

39

12.

Detailed study of Srotomoola and Srotodushti Samanya and Vishishta Hetu Lakshana of all Srotas Differences between Sroto Dushti and Kha Vaigunya

49

Chapter-2:

Vyadhi Vigyana

107-163

1.

Definition, synonyms and classification of Vyadhi & Vyadhi Ghatak

107

2.

Criteria for nomenclature of Diseases in Ayurveda (Vyadhinamakarana)

115

3.

Bija, Bija Bhaga and Bija Bhaga Avayava Dushti

118

4.

Basic knowledge of Hereditary, Congenital, Acquired, Multifactorial, Traumatic and Environmental disorders

119

5.

Introduction to ICD Classification of Diseases of WHO and DSM classification

124

6.

Samanyaja and NanatmajaVikara, Nidanarthakara Vyadhi, Hetu Sankara, Lingasankara, Vyadhisankara, Vyadhi Awastha

132

7.

Dhatu, Updhatu, Mala and Indriya Pradoshaj Vikara

148

8.

Concept of Ashta Mahagada

149

9.

Introduction to Ashta Nindita

151

10.

Definition and classification of Vyadhikshamatva

154

11.

Ojas - types of Ojo Dushti- Visrimsa- Vyapad & Kshaya & It's Diseases

156

Chapter-3 :

Basic Pathology

164- 224

1.

Introduction to pathology and its sub-divisions

164

2.

Introduction to Cell Injury and Cellular adaptations

168

3.

Definition and brief description of inflammation-Healing/repair.

173

4.

Definition and brief description of edema- shock - hemorrhage, Thrombosis, embolism, Ischemia and Infarction

178

5.

Types of Immunity- different types of immune responses in the body- Basic knowledge of auto immune diseases, Acquired immune deficiency disease and hypersensitivity

191

6.

Nomenclature and classification of tumors- difference between benign and malignant tumors

206

7.

Introduction to Nutritional disorders- disorders of macro and micro nutrients

214

8.

Introduction to infections

221

9.

Introduction and classification of microorganisms such as virus- bacteria-fungus

222

 

PART B

 

Chapter-4 :

Nidana Panchaka Vigyana

225-277

1.

Difference between Roga and Rogi Pariksha

225

2.

Importance of Nidan Panchaka

226

3.

Hetu - Definition, Synonyms and Classification

227

4.

Purva Rupa - Definition, Synonyms, Samanya and Vishishta Purvarupa

235

5.

Rupa- Definition, Synonyms, Samanya and Pratyatma Lakshana. Difference between Vyadhi and Lakshana

236

6.

Upashaya/Anupashaya- Definition, Types and its importance in diagnosis

238

7.

Samprapti- Definition, Synonyms and Type and Samprapti Ghataka

244

8.

Shat Kriyakaala. Relationship between Nidana Panchaka and Shat Kriyakaala

254

9.

Upadrava and Udarka

260

10.

Arishta Vigyan- Definition, Types and its importance

264

11.

Sadhyasadhyatwa- Types, their parameters and importance

271

12.

General diagnostic principles of AnuktaVyadhi (Ch.Vi.4)

274

Chapter-5 :

Pariksha Vigyana

278- 487

1.

Importance and knowledge of Aptopadeshadi & Darshanadi Trividha, Chaturvidha, and Shadvidha Pariksha

278

2.

Importance and Knowledge of Ashtasthana Pariksha

290

3.

Importance and Knowledge of Karanadi Dashavidha Parikshya Bhava.

322

4.

Importance and Knowledge of Dashavidha Pariksha

328

5.

Basic knowledge of ECG, USG, X-Ray, CT Scan, MRI

464

 

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