A comparative clinical study on Pasanabheda and gorakshaganja in the management of Mutrashmari
Author(s): Dr. Dhanvantri Tyagi
Abstract: In the list of Urinary tract disorder urinary calculi is said to be the third most common disorder. Stones are most commonly present in the third-fifth decade and male are more frequently affected than female individual. Pasanabheda & gorakshaganja are described in ayurvedic texts for the management of Mutrashmari. Present study is for comparatively evaluating effect of Pasanabheda & gorakshaganja in the management of Mutrashmari. On a group of patients with Mutrashmari. The administration of drugs with proper diet and regimen as described in ayurveda showed equal response in controlling signs and symptoms.
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