RACHANATMAKA STUDY OF SUSHIR SNAYU SPECIALLY PAKWASHAYASTHIT SUSHIR SNAYU WITH REFERENCE TO GUDAGATA VIKARAS
Viraj V. Jadhav* and Krishna Namdeo Kadam
The present study is taken in due interest to study-Rachanatmak structure of Sushir Snayu.Fix location of Rachanatmak position of Pakwashayasthit Sushir snayu and to evaluate the changes that occurs if any in the study of Gudagat Vikaras.Out of 8 branches of Ayurveda Shalyatantra occupies the highest position of Numero -uno because more than 60% of patients can be treated with surgery only.It is the most important thing to study such types of diseases practically on the patients; this will help to evaluate a Rachanatmak change that occurs if any in these Gudagat vikaras. Aims: To do Rachanatmak and Vivechanatmak study of Sushir snayu, specially Pakwashayasthit Sushir snayu with referece to Gudagat vikaras;To do rachanatmak study of Pakwashaysthit sushir snayu and to fix the location of Pakwashayasthit Sushir snayu and to fix the location with the help of cadaver dissection;To study the Gudagata vikaras ie Fistula-in-ano (Bhagandar), Fissure-in-ano (Parikartika) and Piles (Arsha). Objectives: To do the Rachanatmak study of Sushir snayu;To do the comparative study of Sushir snayu ;To study about the snayus specially sushir snayu from the different Granthas;To study the anatomical changes if any after the occurrence of the Gudagat vikaras related to the Pakwashaysthit sushir snayu. Materials: Well preserved, intact dead body is taken for dissection to study Sushir Snayu, specially Pakwashayaante sthita sushir snayu; For clinical examination, patients taken having Gudagat vikara ie Fissure in ano, fistula in ano and haemorrhoids. Methods: Dissection methods, according to Cunningham’s Manual of practical anatomy are used to study Sushir snayu specially Pakwashayante sthita sushir snayu. Results: Results were concluded on the basis of observations which were found during the cadaveric dissection as well on the basis of patients with anorectal diseases.
Keywords: Snayu, Sushir snayu, Fisula, Fissure in ano, Piles, Pakwashaya.
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