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Shaktijit Babar*, Darshana Chaure, Jui Gundo, Sagar Gopal, Swapnalee More, Ashish Thatere and Prakash Kabra


Charchot-Marie-Tooth (CMT) disease is the most common type of hereditary neuropathy. The various subtypes of CMT are classified according to the nerve conduction velocities, predominant pathology (e.g., demyelination or axonal degeneration), inheritance pattern (autosomal dominant, recessive or X- linked) and specific mutated genes. There are no medical therapies for any of the CMT’S but physical and occupational therapy can be beneficial.[1] Such disease is not explained in Ayurveda. Therefore, CMT disease can be treated with the concept of Anukta Vyadhi explained by Charak. Management of such disease depend on factors involved in disease process such as Dosha, Dushya (Vikar Prakriti), Adhishtan (place of lesion) and Nidan (Samutthan Vishesh).[2] Being a hereditary neuropathy, disease in most of the cases, is expressed in childhood and early adult life. A case recorded and was treated in Government Ayurved College and Hospital Nagpur. Results obtained were encouraging which are presented in full paper.

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