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ANKYLOSING SPONDYLITIS – A CASE REPORT

Gajbhiye V. K.*, Thatere A. A., Gundo J. V., More S., Gopal S. and Kabra P. R.

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Ankylosing spondylitis is an inflammatory disorder of unknown cause that primarily affects the axial skeleton; peripheral joints and extraarticular structures are also frequently involved. According to Ayurved ankylosing spondylitis can be correlated with Asthimajjagatavata. It is described under the category of Gatavata explained in Vatavyadhi of Charak Samhita. The symptoms depending upon the Gati of vitiated Vata and its Sthanasanshraya in a particular site. There is a Bheda of Asthi Parva, Sandhishula, Kshaya in Mamsa and Bala and patient is sleepless having continuous pain. HLA B-27 positive patient came in our institute having complaints of pain and swelling at bilateral knee joints, evening rise of fever, weight loss, Chakraman Kashtata, Asanuthapankashtata etc. By using Ayurvedic concepts we managed with Rasapachak and Asthimajjapachak Kvatha, Janudhara, Dashanglepa, Panchatiktakshir Basti, Vaitarana Basti, Jalokavacharana and some Shaman drugs. Observation and result were obtained encouraging and assessed on different parameters which are presented in full paper.

Keywords: Ankylosing spondylitis, Janudhara, Dashangalepa, Panchatiktakshir Basti, Vaitarana Basti.


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