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Abstract

A CONCEPTUAL STUDY ON ARMA W.S.R TO PTERYGIUM AND ITS MANAGEMENT THROUGH AYURVEDA

Chhajer Poornima*, Moon Sukeshini D. and Chhajer Arun

ABSTRACT

Eyes are the most important and beautiful among five sensory organs. It is said that 80% of the knowledge we gain through our eyes. It is needless to mention here the worth and praise about the eyes. Even though our eyes are one of the most important organs in our body, people neglect to care about them and rarely pay attention until there is some serious vision threatening problem. Arma is the Shuklagata roga, described in classical texts of Ayurveda. Disease Pterygium mentioned in modern science has its similarities with Arma based on its site of manifestation, clinical presentation, and surgical method of management. Pterygium is a common ocular-surface disorder capable of causing significant visual impairment and cosmetic deformity. At present surgical treatment is the only satisfactory approach, recurrence after surgical excision is common and recurred lesions grow more aggressively than the primary lesions. In Ayurveda all the Acharyas have said about Lekhan anjana for the treatment of Arma which is in early stage and having thin membrane. When the growth encroaches to Krishna mandala then it is surgically removed.

Keywords: Netra, Arma, Pterygium, Ayurveda.


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