AYURVEDIC ASPECT OF INFANTILE ATOPIC DERMATITIS W.S.R. TO CHARMADALA.
*Dr. Sayali Sanjay Thorat, Dr. Bhagyashree Patilbuwa Rasal, Dr. Sadhana Babel, Dr. Sadhana Babel, Dr. Yogesh Surse and Dr. Kiran Shinde
Ayurveda has eight branches in which kaumarbhritya is one of the branch which deals with child disease and its treatment. All the skin disease in Ayurveda mentioned under the heading of kushtha. Brihatrayi mentioned charmadala under the type of kshudra kushta. Acharya kashyapa described charmdala is the one of peculiar disease of childhood, affecting mostly in kshirapa and kshirannad avastha of child. Charmavadaran, araktavarnata, kandu, daha rookshata is the most common symptoms of charamdala. The main objective of the article to view the etiopathogenesis clinical feature with specific etiology and treatment.
Keywords: charmadala, atopic dermatitis, charmavadaran, araktavarnata,
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