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Roga Nidan evam Vikruti Vigyan Part 1
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CHAPTER 1 : Dosha-Dushyadi Vigyan
1.1    Terminology & Importance of Vikriti Vigyan     1
1.2    Doshavriddhi, Kshaya and Prakop—Samanya Nidan
    and Samanya Lakshan    8
1.3     Dosha Dhatu Ashrayashrayi bhava    18
1.4     Kshay Vriddhi lakshan of Dhatu    19
1.5     Mala Kshay and Vriddhi Lakshan    23
1.6     Hetu, Bhed and Lakshan of Agni Dushti    25
1.7     Ama: Definition and Samanyalakshan    29
1.8     Dosha –Dushya Lakshan of Sama and Nirama Dosha    35
1.9     Doshapaka and Dhatupaka Lakshana    44
1.10     Concept of Avarana, its Classification, Nidan and Samanya Upadrav    46
1.11     Doshagati and Rogamarga / Vyadhimarga    50
1.12     Srotas Vichara/Concept of Srotas - Sroto vivarnam    68

chapter 2 : Vyadhi Vigyan
2.1     Definition, Synonyms and Classification of Vyadhi    110
2.2     Parameters of naming of Vyadhi    134
2.3     Beeja, Beeja bhag and Beeja bhag avayav dushti    136
2.4     Inherited disorders -Genetic -Hereditary    137
2.5     Introduction to ICD Classification of Diseases of WHO
    DSM Classification    147
2.6    Roga as Nidan     150
2.8     Concept of Ashtou Mahagada     158
2.9     Weakness in Ashtou nindita/
    The despised group of eight - Lack of Immunity    160
2.10     Vyadhikshamatva – Definition and Classification    162
2.11     Types of Ojodushti and their disease    190

chapter 3 : Basic Pathology
3.1    Introduction to Pathology and its Sub-Divisions    194
3.2    Introduction to Cell Injury and Cellular Adaptations    196
3.3    Definition and Brief Description of Inflammation - Healing/Repair    208
3.4     Definition and Brief Description of Edema-Shock-
    Hemorrhage, Thrombosis, Embolism, Ischemia and Infarction    222
3.5    Types of Immunity - Different Types of Immune
    Responses in the Body - Basic Knowledge of Auto Immune
    Diseases. Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (AIDS)
    and Hyper Sensitivity    233
3.6    Nomenclature and Classification of Tumors -
    Difference between Benign and Malignant Tumors    264
3.7     Introduction to Nutritional Disorders :
    Disorders of Macro and Micro Nutrients    271
3.8     Introduction to Infections    278
3.9     Introduction and Classification of Microorganisms such as
    Virus - Bacteria - Fungus and Parasites     286

CHAPTER 4 : Nidan Panchak Vigyan
4.1     Examination of Disease and The Diseased    338
4.2     Importance of Nidan Panchak / Rog pariksha    339
4.3     Nidan – Hetu, Definition and Classification    350
4.4     Poorvaroopa – Definition, Synonyms, Samanya /
    General and Vishesha / Specific poorvaroopa    366
4.5    Roopa – Definition, Synonyms, Samanya and Pratyatma lakshan, Difference between Vyadhi and Lakshana    373
4.6     Upashay-Anupashay – Definition, Types and its importance in
    Vyadhi nidan    380
4.7     Samprapti - Definition, Synonyms and Samprapti ghatak    389
4.8     Shatkriyakal – Relation between Nidan Panchak and Shatkriyakal    405
4.9     Upadrava / Supervenient disease and Udarka / Aftermath Effect    421
4.10    Arishta Vigyan / Science of Fatal Signs-Definition,
    Types and Importance    428
4.11    Sadhyasadhyatva / Achievability / Treatability – Types,
    Pariman / Measure and its Importance    432
4.12    General Diagnostic principles of Anukta / Undescribed vyadhi    445

CHAPTER 5 : Pariksha Vigyan
5.1    Knowledge of Aptopadesha etc. and Darshan etc. Trividha, Chaturvidha and Shadvidha pariksha and their Importance    450
5.2    Knowledge of Ashtavidh Pariksha and its Importance    454
5.3    Kaaranadi / Hetu etc. Dashavidh Parikshya Bhava / Ten-fold tools for examination – Their Knowledge and Importance     462
5.4    Knowledge and importance of Dashavidh Pariksha /
    Ten-fold examinations    465
5.5    Basic Knowledge of ECG, USG, X-Ray, CT Scan, MRI    472

This Part I book is based on the syllabus of Paper I and encompasses varied topics viz. Dosha vriddhi, Dosha kshay, Dosha gati, Vyadhi marga, Vyadhikshamatva, Dooshya sroto vigyan, Nidan panchak and much more. Vyadhi and its nidan i.e., it’s hetu has been described in detail. Basic introduction to the knowledge on basic pathology, CT scan, MRI, ECG, USG is also included as per the syllabus. Hence the learners shall have the dual advantage of learning Ayurved as well as Modern pathology and investigations comprehensively and easily at one place in one book. The post graduate students too shall immensely benefit from this book.
It is commonly observed in our daily medical practice where patients approach the physicians with reports regarding various investigations; either laboratorial or radiological viz. X ray, USG and others viz. ECG, EEG etc. Most of these patients take recourse to Ayurvedic medicines after finding no relief with modern medicine. The Ayurvedic physician may not be able to give justice to such patients in respect of neither the diagnosis nor treatment if s/he lacks knowledge of such modern diagnostics. This may cause hindrance in achieving Dharma/treatment of patients and work satisfaction, Artha/monetary benefit, Yash/success in treatment and Kirti/fame and reputation.
This book is student friendly and the description is entirely based on the points as per the syllabus, thereby making it exam friendly too. The language used in this book is simple, easy to understand and written to cater to all students; both national as well as international learners. Thus, all students from any corner in India, may they be from the North, North-East, South, Central, Western or Eastern India shall find it easy to read and understand the content as well as the concepts of Ayurved in a lucid manner.

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