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Journal of Pharmacognosy and Phytochemistry

Journal of Pharmacognosy and Phytochemistry

Vol. 12, Issue 3 (2023)

Clinical interpretation of Kub with Ayurvedic diseases

Author(s):

Vd. Smita Dutta Paul, Rog Nidana and Vikriti Vigyan

Abstract:

Illness diagnosis primarily focuses on identifying and treating the illness's underlying cause and putting various diagnostic instruments to work in order to treat that specific condition. The basis of an ayurvedic diagnosis includes the patient's Prakriti, Hetu (etiological factors), Dosha-Dhatu-Mal, Srotodusti/Srotoviddha, and Agni state. Different sorts of diagnostic methods, such as Trividha, Shadaviddha, Astavidha, and Dashvidha, are detailed in Ayurveda. The foundational elements of all Ayurvedic Pariksha are Aptopdesh (authoritative assertions), Pratyaksha (examination through the five sense organs), Anuman (act of drawing conclusions from what is learned), and Yukti (planning, implementing, and putting knowledge into practise using one's intellect and reasoning) Pramana. Similar to this, current medical research uses a wide variety of diagnostic techniques to identify anomalies in various organs. For the disease in question, they gather information from the patient's medical history, clinical examination, laboratory investigation, and radiographic study. One of these, known as KUB, is used to assess the anatomical health of the kidney, ureter, and bladder. The clinical interpretation of a KUB radiograph with Mutravaha-Sukravaha srotas, Vrikka, and various Uadargat organ disorders is presented in this article.

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How to cite this article:
Vd. Smita Dutta Paul, Rog Nidana and Vikriti Vigyan. Clinical interpretation of Kub with Ayurvedic diseases. J Pharmacogn Phytochem 2023;12(3):116-119.

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