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STUDY OF AANI MARMA IN UPPER EXTREMITY

Dr. Swarup P. Kulkarni*, Dr. Anuja A. Kulkarni, Dr. Vedshri A. Kalavade and Dr. Chandanshive Anil Babasaheb

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Marma is important spot in the body. Total numbers of marmas are one hundred and seven. Acharya Sushrut have explained perception of marma in Sushrut Samhita Sharirsthan sixth adhyaya. Acharya Sushrut has mentioned a multiplicity of marma. The range is based on 4 types by Sushrutacharya. It is given as Marmaprakar (types of marma) as per Shadanga, Rachana, Parinam and Pariman. Rachanatmak (Structural) association of marma is based on five basics as Mansa, Sira, Snayu, Asthi and Sandhi. According to the basic meaning of marma as per Sushrutacharya, the marma is the site where mansa, sira, snayu, asthi and sandhi are communally present. Aani marma is present in the Urdhwashakha (Upper extremity) and in Adhoshakha (Lower extremity). In upper extremity, it is present in the medial aspect of the arm, 2 inches above the medial epicondyle of the humerus. So, it is necessary to see the basic structures as per the meaning of marma given by Sushrutacharya with the help of cadaveric dissection process. So this can in point of fact identifies the modern correlation of these five basic structures.

Keywords: Marma, Rachanatmak association, Aani marma in upper extremity.


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