(A TEXT BOOK ON AYURVEDIC BASTIVIJNYAN)
UROLOGY IN AYURVEDA
Basti i.e. Kidney is one of the three vital organs in the body, the other two being the Heart and the Brain. It is the most important organ maintaining the homoeostasis by regulating the excretion of the metabolites and waste products, i.e. Dosha, Dhatu and Mala. One can easily appreciate the wisdom of Ayurvedic physicians who have meticulously described the various urological conditions and their treatment.
This book acquaints the reader with the wealth of knowledge available in Ayurvedic literature on the important subject of Urology. The literal meaning of the texts has been adhered to as far as possible and the basic concepts are presented in the original form. The relevant recitations – Sanskrit verses together with references are also given in the appendix chapter.
I am sure that this book will be useful to practitioners, students and researchers in understanding various urological disorders and their management in better manner.
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About The Author
Professor Dr. Amarprakash Dwivedi
Professor Dr. Amarprakash Dwivedi, is a renowned Ayurveda academician, researcher and practitioner. He is presently with the Ayurveda department of D. Y. Patil University, as Professor and Head of ShalyaTantra (Surgery) department. He is also Vice Principal & Hospital Administrator of D. Y. PatilAyurvedic Hospital, Navi Mumbai.
Dr. Dwivedi has published more than fifty research papers in international peer reviewed journals and has authored two books – NasyaChikitsa and Para Surgical Procedures in Ayurveda. He has expertise in ano-rectal surgery and is the recipient of several national and international awards.