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Year : 2012  |  Volume : 32  |  Issue : 5  |  Page : 32

OA01. 32. Study of mootrakrucchra vyadhi and its types with the help of pathological investigations

Rognidan Department, Dr. G. D. Pol Foundation's YMT Ayurvedic Medical College, Kharghar, Navi Mumbai, Maharashtra, India

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Jai Kiran KIni
Rognidan Department, Dr. G. D. Pol Foundation's YMT Ayurvedic Medical College, Kharghar, Navi Mumbai, Maharashtra
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Method: CRF was designed with the help of ayurvedic classical text and patients of mootrakrucchra vyadhi were selected for the study. Urine and blood samples were collected for routine tests of the urinary system. The relationship of those results with the related types of mootrakrucchra vyadhi were observed. Result: Out of 100 patients of mootrakruucchra, 72 were from different types of ashmari,i.e. vataj,pittaj and kaphaja ashmar,12 from shukraja mootrakrucchra,10 from pittaja and remaining from plain kaphaja mootrakrucchra. In urine examination, pittaj and pittashmarijanya mootracrucchra showed more RBCs, kaphaja mootrakrucchra showed pus cells, higher specific gravity and presence of proteins in urine. Level of serum urea and serum creatinine did not show specific correlation with any of type of mootrakrucchra vyadhi of ayurvedic concept. Conclusion: Mootracrucchra vyadhi shows the obstructive dysfunction in the passing of urine from urinary tract. The related abnormalities and related pathology reflected in the terms of signs and symptoms as per types of mootracrucchra. As serum urea and serum creatinine are related with the abnormality of process of formation of urine which is related with upper urinary tract i.e.kidney and its parts, levels of these blood investigations do not show any specific correlation with any of types of mootrakrucchra, it seems that samprapti of mootrakruccha is related lower urinary tract.

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