AN UNDERSTANDING OF UDAVARTA – A CASE STUDY
Keywords:Udavarta, Samprapti, Symptom complex, Basti karma
Udavarta (reverse movement of vata) is one among the most common and surprisingly most neglected and mis-interpreted clinical condition. The concept of Udavarta takes various stances – sometimes as a Nidana (etiology), sometimes as an event of samprapti (pathogenesis) and also as a vyadhi (disease). But all the three are somehow interrelated. An attempt has been made to show the illustration of Udavarta vyadhi through a case study wherein a symptom complex of udavarta was well managed with basti karma (medicated enema).
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