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Abstract

AYURVEDA AND MODERN PERSPECTIVES ON YONI KANDA; A REVIEW

Salgamu Hewage Krishani Deepthika* and Adikaramlage Chumidu Dhanushka Ihalagama

ABSTRACT

Bartholin’s gland abscess is the commonest worldwide reported abscess in gynecological outpatient clinics, mostly in reproductive years. Yoni Kanda is a disease mentioned in Madava Nidana, an authentic book of Ayurveda. Due to very little description and limited authentic references it is very hard to identify and equate Yoni kanda with western gynecological disorders. The main aim of this literature review is to explore a similar disease mentioned in Western medicine for Yoni Kanda with special reference to Bartholin's abscess, which will be beneficial for proper understanding and developing treatment modalities for Yoni Kanda. Yoni kanda can be taken as a disease of vulva or lower vaginal canal. Because injury or ulceration by nails & teeth are also mentioned as causative factors. Also in this disease resemblance with pus or blood is basic clinical feature. Hence, it can be equated with Bartholin's cysts/ abscess, but there are so many closely related conditions such as inflamed cervical polyp, vaginal endometriosis and vulvar ulcers. Vataja Yoni kanda can be considered early stage of Bartholin's cyst, Pittaja Yoni kanda as acute suppuration stage, Kaphaja Yoni kanda as chronic stage & Sannipataja Yoni kanda can be consider as acute suppuration in chronic Bartholin abscess.

Keywords: Yoni kanda, Bartholin's abscess, Cervical polyp, Vaginal Endometriosis, Vulvar ulcers.


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