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ROLE OF MEDA AND MAJJA DHATU (ADIPOSE AND BONE MARROW TISSUE) IN DEPLETION AND AUGMENTATION OF ASTHIVAHA SROTODUSHTI (OSSEOUS TISSUE CHANNELS MALFORMATION)

Megha Shukla* and Dr. Deepak Verma

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The idea of Srotas, which cannot be directly equated to any current word, is used to explain the body's internal transportation system. Srotas actively take part in the conversion, transportation, absorption and excretion of many substances which flow or transported through them. In Ayurveda internal transportation system of the body is explained by the concept of Srotas (channel) which means the structure through which Sravana (i.e. flow) takes place. Ancient Ayurveda text i.e. Charaka and Sushruta samhita explained various channels like Dhatu (Tissue), Mala (Excretion) and Pranodakaannavaha srotasa (Circulatory, Lymphatic, capillary channels). Among Dhatus; Acharya Charaka explained about Asthivaha srotasa and their disorders. The body's components, such as Kshaya or Vriddhi, cannot alter without the intervention of the Srotas. When vitiated Dosha is concentrated in the Srotas, it causes Srotodushti, or malformation or dysfunction. Srotodushti has four types: Atipravrutti (excessive flow), Sanga (obstruction), Siragranthi (extra growths), and Vimarga Gamana (reverse flow). Asthivaha Srotodushti may occurs by their precede or succeeded Dhatu or origin place of Dhatu deformity; Agni is also responsible for Dhatu poshan (Tissue nutrition).[1] Asthi kshaya and Vradhhi; is one of the degenerative illnesses mentioned by Ayurveda, and it occurs when the Asthi dhatu is affected. It can be co-relate with conditions like Osteoporosis, Rickets, Osteomalacia, Arthritis, Bone Spur, Fibrous dysplasia etc.

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