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Dr. Armeda Malang*, Vd. Ratnang, Dr. Divyrajsinh B. Gadhavi and Dr. K. B. Roy


Skin is the largest organ in human body. Skin is an important and most visible organ of the body. Any disease affecting the human skin is common, and is important; because the absence of normal skin functions as well as sometimes being life threatening can severely impair the quality of life. Skin disease affects all ages. Skin diseases are mostly caused by infections like bacteria and fungi etc. Tinea Corporis is one of the frequently occurring diseases; especially with poor hygiene conditions. On the bases of clinical symptoms i.e. Mandal, pitika, Kandu, Srava etc., Tinea Corporis can be correlated with Dadru Kushtha. Here is the case study of a patient who came to Parul Ayurved Hospital with the history of Tinial infections since 2 yrs. She took all other pathies treatment with very symptomatic relief with recurrence. In the present study patient was treated with planned Virechan procedure followed by Shaman Medicine. It gave marvelous relief with no recurrence almost for a year. This study shows very effective result in such cases where steroid is used along with anti-fungal drugs. It helped to increase belief of patient on both Ayurved and Vaidya.

Keywords: Virechan Karma, Dadru Kushtha, Tinea Corporis, Abhyantara Snehapana.

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