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Embryology in Ayurveda: Textual Concepts with Recent Advances / Thatte, D.G. & Gupta, Bhuvesh
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Embryology in Ayurveda: Textual Concepts with Recent Advances
Thatte, D.G. & Gupta, Bhuvesh
 
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  Book ID : 38326
  ISBN-10 : 81-7080-358-6 / 8170803586
  ISBN-13 : 978-81-7080-358-4 / 9788170803584
  Place of Publication : Varanasi
  Year of Publication : 2011
  Edition : (First Edition)
  Langauage : English & Sanskrit
  xvii, 296p., 53 Col. Plts., Index, 23 cm. (Banaras Ayurveda Series No. 70)
   
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CONTENTS:-

1. SRJSHTI UTPA TTI KRAMA: (a) Prakriti, Vikriti and Purusha; (b) Similarities and Dissimilarities of Prakriti And Purusha; (c) Srishti Utapatti (development of universe).

2. GARBH AND GARBHA VAKRANTI: (a) Garbha; (b) Garbhavakranti; (c) Role of Vayu and KQrma Swabhava; (d) Formation of Manushya Beeja (Human Genome).

3. ROLE OF SHAD BHAVA IN FOETAL GROWTH: (a) Role of MatrU Bhava; (b) Role of Pitrzj Bhava; (c) Role of Atmaj Bhava; (d) Role of Satmyaj Bhava; (e) Role of Rasaj Bhava; (f) Role of Satvaj Bhava.

4. GARBH VRIDDHIKAR BLIA VA (EMBRYONIC GROWTH FACTORS): (a) Ritu; (b) Kshetra; (c) Ambu; (d) Beej; (e) Criteria of Shuddha Shukra (Ideal semen and sperm); (f) Anatomy of Shukra (Sperm); (g) Anatomy of Vikrit Shukranu (Abnormal sperm); (h) Criteria for Ashuddha Shukra (Unhealthy or impure semen); (i) Criteria of Shuddha Artava (Healthy menstrual blood); (j) Anatomy of Shonit or Dimb (ovum) - Antah Pushpa; (j) Criteria of Ashuddha Artava (Unhealthy menstrual blood).

5. ROLE OF PANCHMAHABHUTA AND TRIDOSHA IN FOETAL DEVELOPMENT: (a) Akashiya components; (b) Vayaviya components; (c) Agneya components; (d) Jaliya components; (e) Parthiv components; (f) General aspects of development; (g) Growth processes in reference to Mahabhuta and Tridosh; (h) Garbh Poshana (Nutrition of the embryo); (i) Special Role of Tridosha and Panhrnahabhuta; (j) Antra (gut); (j) Ashaya (hollow viscera); (k) Jihva (tongue); (l) Srotas (tubular structures) and Peshi (muscle); (m) Twacha (skin); (n) Kala (membrane); (o) Netra & Netra Varma; (p) Twacha Varna (skin colour); (q) Vrikka (two kidneys); (r) Vrishan (testes); (s) Hridaya (heart); (t) Yakrit (liver) , Phuphus (lung) and Unduk (caecum).

6. DETERMINATION OF ANTENATAL SEX: (a) Preferred Sex of Child; (b) Foetal sex determination.

7. MASANUMASIK GARBHA VIKAS KRAMA (MONTH WISE FOETAL DEVELOPMENT): (a) Masanumasik garbha vriddhi; (b) First month- Kalalavastha; (c) Gastrulation; (d) Endodermal layer; (e) Mesodermal layer; (f) Ectodermal layer; (g) Week wise development of Kalal in first month; (h) Early embryonic stages of development; (i) Implantation; (j) Ectopic implantation; (k) Extraembryonic Supporting and nourishing structures; (l) Ulva (amnion); (m) Garbhodak (amniotic fluid); (n) Peetak kosha (yolk sac); (o) Nabhi nadi (umbilical cord); (p) Anomalies of Nabhi nadi (umbilical cord); (q) Apara (placenta) formation; (r) Shape of the Apara (placenta); (s) Matraj apara (maternal placenta); (t) Garbhaj apara (foetal placenta); (u) Functions of the apara (placenta); (v) Apara Vikriti; (w) Jarayu; (x) Jarayu Dosha (Chorionic Anomalies); (y) Apara poshika (Allantois); (z) Garbha Rasa Samvahan (Foetal Circulation); (aa) Garbh Matrtz Paratanrata (Embryonic dependence on mother); (ab) General factors for foetal growth, differentiation and specjaljsat ion; (ac) Second month - Ghanavastha; (ad) Third month - Panch Pindikavastha; (ae) Fourth month – Douhrjdavastha (vyaktangavastha); (af) Fifth month - Mana Prabuddhavastha; (ag) Sixth month- Prabuddhavastha and Snayu, Sira, Romadi Vyaktavastha; (ah) Seventh month - Sarvang Praryang Vyaktavastha; (ai) Eighth month- Oja Sancharanavastha; (aj) Ninth and tenth month – Prasavavastha.

8. GENETICS IN AYURVEDA (CONCEPTUAL APPROACH): (a) Concept of Beej, Babhaga and Babhagavayav (Chromosomes and Genes); (b) Components of Deha Parmanu; (c) What is gene..; (d) Mutatioh; (e) Theory of Atulya Gotra and Tulya Gotra (Sam gotra).

9. GARBHAJ VIKRITI (FOETAL ANOMALIES): (a) Etiological factors of Garbhaj Vilcriti (Congenital defects); (b) Foetal anomalies’; (c) Yamal Garbha; (d) Sushruta’s Observations regarding development of Perverted Sex; (e) Anasthi Garbh (Boneless Embryo); (f) Ashta Nindaniya Purush (Eight undesired & unnatural body constitutions); (g) Jati Smar.

10. GENERAL DEVELOPMENT OF SROTAS.

11. DEVELOPMENT OF MAHA SROTAS OR ANNA VAHA SROTAS (GUT SYSTEM): (a) Anomalies of Annavaha Srotas; – Jihva (Tongue); – Anna Nalika (Oesophagus); (b) Amashava (Stomach); -Right sided Amashaya (Stomach) ..; -Jathar Nirgam Alcunchan (Pyloric Stenosis); (c) NabhigatAflfr Vriddhj (Umbilical Hernia); (d) Meckel’s diverticulum; (e) Duodenum; (f) Antra Puchha or Krimyashaya (wormiform appendix); (g) Anomalous Positjon of Antra Puchha; (h) Abnormal Guda (Anus); -Adhidril guda (imperforate anus); -Bhagandar (Anal fistuIa); (i) Abnormal Kloma (Gall Bladder); (j) Abnormal Agnyashaya (Pancreas); (k) Abnormalities of Unduk (Caecum).

12. DEVELOPME OF PRANA VAIL4 SROTAS AND RASA VAHA SROTAS: (a) Development of Nasa and Para Nasa Vivar (Nose and Paranasal Sinuses); (b) Development of Swar Yantra (Laxynx) , Shwas Pranali (Trachea) and Phuphs (Lungs); (c) Development of Hridaya (Heart); (d) Development of SA Node and Chetna in heart; (e) Develpment of Hardiki Dhamanj (Coronary arteries); (f) Development of Dhamanj (Arteries); (g) Development of Lasika Tantra (Lymphatic system); (h) Anomalies of Pranvaha and Rasavaha Srotas; (i) Anomalies of Phuphg (Lung); (j) Shwas Pranali (Trachea); (k) Transposition of Koshthanga (Viscera); (l) Defects of Hridaya Kapat (Valvular defects); (m) Defects of Maha Dhamani Chap (Arch of AOrta).

13. DEVELOPMENT OF MANOVAHA SROTAS OR TANTRIKA TANTRA (NERVOUS SYSTEM): (a) Development of Mastishka (Brain) and Sushumna (Spinal Cord); (b) Development of Panch Gyanendriya (Peripheral Sensory organs); (c) Development of Chakshu Indriyadhishthan (Eyes); (d) Development of Karnendriyadhishthan (Ear); (e) Development of Ghranendriyadhishthan. (Nose); (f) Development of Rasnendriyadhishthan (Tongue); (g) Development of Sprashnendriyadhishthan or Twak (Skin); (h) Anomalies of Tantrika Tantra; -Jala Shirsha (Hydrocephalus); -Sushumna Anta Vibhajan (Spina Bifida); -Sheersh Heenta (Anencephaly); -Mastishkavaran Vriddhi (Meniñgocele) :; -Laghu Sheersha (Microcephalus); (i) Developmental Anomalies of Jihva (Tongue); -Guru Jihva (Macroglossia); -Laghu Jihva (Microglossia); -Sarpil Jihva (Bifid or Trifid Tongue); (j) Developmental Anomalies of Nasika (Nose); (k) Developmetal Anomalies of the Netra (Eye); (l) Developmental Anomalies of Twacha (Skin); (m) Developmental Anomalies of Karna (Ear); (n) Development of Karmendriya; (o) Development of Hasta (Upper Limb) and Pada (Lower limb); (p) Anomalies of Upper and Lower limbs; -Bhujaheen (amelus); -Ardhabhujak (Hemimelus); -Urdhwqbhujaheen (Phocomelus); -Sanyukta Sakthi (Sympodia); -Vidar or Nakhar Panja (Lobster’s claw); -Bahu Anguliya (Polydactyly); -Sanyukta Anguliya (Syndactyly); -Sukshmanguli (Brachydactyly); -Mudgar Pad (Talipes equinovorus).

14. DEVELOPMENT OF SH1JKRA VA HA AND ARTA VA VAHA SROTAS (REPRODUCTIVE SYSTEMS): Development of Vrishan (Testes); Development of Beef Granthi (Ovary); Development of Artavavaha Srotas (Organs female reproductive systems); -Poorva Madhya Vrikka Vahini (Paramesonephric duct / Mullerian duct); -Bartholin Granthi; Development of Shukravaha Srotas (Male Reproductive Organs); -Ashthila Granthi or Pourush grant hi (Prostate gland); -Kand Mutrapath granthi (Bulbo-.urethral glands or Glands of Cowper); -Shukra Prapika (Seminal vesicles); Development of Bahya Purush Janananga (Male genital organs); Development of Janan Gulika (Genital tubercie) and Medhra or Shephas (Phallus or Penis); Anomalies of Artavavaha Srotas (Female reproductive organs); Anomalies of Shukravaha Srotas (Male reproductive organs); -Anavtarita Vrishana (Undscended testes); -Ectopia Testes; -Inversion of testes.

15. DEVELOPMENT OF MUTRA VAHA SROTAS AND PURISHVAHA SROTAS: (a) Development of Poorva Vrikka (Pronephros); (b) Development of Madhya Vrikka (Mesonephros); (c) Development of Sthayee Vrikka (Metanephros or permanent kidney); (d) Vrikkavarohan (Ascent of kidney); (e) Development of Mutrashaya (Urinary bladder); (f) Development of Mutra Praseka (Male urethra); (g) Development of Stree Mutra Marga or Prasek (Female urethra); (h) Anomalies of Mutravaha Srotas; - Vrikka Heenata (Renal agensis); -Shronigat Vrikka (Pelvic Kidney); -Fused Kidney; -Polycystic Kidney; -Hydronepheric kidney; (i) Anomalies of Gavini (Ureter); -Dwi Gonika (Double Ureteric Pelvis); -Dwibhajit Gavini (Bifid Ureter); -Bahir Gavini Chhidra (Ectopic ureteric orifice); -Pascha Mahasira Gavini (Retrocaval Ureter); (j) Development of Purishavaha Srotas.

16. DEVELOPMENT OF RAKTA VAHA SROTAS: (a) Development of Yakrit (Liver); (b) Development of Agnyashaya (Pancreas); (c) Development of Pleeha (Spleen); (d) Development ófRakta and Rakta Vahini (Blood and blood vessels).

17. DEVELOPMENT OF MANSA VA HA SROTAS.

18. DEVELOPMENT OF ASTHI VA HA MAJJAVAHA AND MEDOVAHA SROTAS: Definition Of Asthi Prasu (Osteoblast) , Asthi Koshika (Osteocyte) and Asthi Sushir (Osteoclast); Development of Dant (Teeth); -Dugdha Dant (Deciduous teeth); -Sthayee Darn’ (Permanent teeth); Anomalies of Asthivaha Srotas; -Non union of vertebral arches; -Greeva Parshuka (Cervical rib); -Urosthi Chhidra (Sternal foramen); Development of Majjavaha Sroto.s; Development of Medovaha Srotas.

19. DEVELOPMENT OF UDAKVAHA SROTAS: Development of Talu (Palate); -Kathin Talu (Hard Palate); -Mridu Talu (Soft Palate); Development of Klo.ma (pharynx); Anomalies of Udakvaha Srotas Viehhedit talu-oshth (cleft palate and lip).

20. DEVELOPMENT OF SWED14VAHA SROTAS: Development of Varna of Twacha (Skin Color); Twak Vasa Granthi (Sebaceous gland); Sweda Granthi (Sweat glands); Development of Stanyashaya (Mammary gland); Development of Nakh (Nails); Development of Kesh and Lorna (Hair); Anomalies of Swedavaha Srotas; Anomalies of Stanyashaya; Index (Shabdanukramanika).

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The present book is the most exploring book on the human anatomy from ayurvedic point of view while correlating the same with the modern knowledge acquired over the period of time. The book is one of the most delightful treats for an inquisitive mind wishing to understand the anatomy of the human body with the deep rooted knowledge as described of the human body with the deep rooted knowledge as described in Ayurvedic texts by great scholars of all times including sushurta Samhita Charak Samhita, Ashtang Hridya and others. This book is an earnest attempt to explore the knowledge to its deepest origin based on the principle of "believe in what you see" or in other words how Ayurvedic Scientists look into the body, what they conceived, Perceived and observed. The author has critically taken note of all the descriptions and after correlating the same with his own experienced acquired over five decades of his association with Ayurveda and has tried to present the most impartial and acceptable view regarding the mysteries of human body.

The whole book has been prepared on the basis of different disciplines of human anatomy such as Garbh Sharir, Sira, Sira Dhammi Sharir. Srotas Sharir, Asthi Shrir, Marma Sharir, Peshi Shrir, Indriya Sharir, Tantrika Sharir, etc. This chapterwise description is again important for graduate and postgraduate level scholars of Ayurveda. From the examination point of view the book covers the syllabus approved by the Central Council of Indian Medicine, Delhi and a number of other Universities and Colleges imparting the education in the faculty of Ayurveda.

Attempt has been made to provide a systematic stream of knowledge which may be able to develop scientific intent in the minds of the readers.

The author feels that with the changing global scenario and transformation of the world into 'global village', it becomes imperative to come up with an authorartive text on Ayurveda, which may be able to provide opportunity to those coming from non-Hindi speaking regions of India as well as from abroad.

Understanding of human anatomy is the very basis for initiating as study into any healthcare system. Ayurveda is no exception. However there has been an earnest requirement for providing a good Ayurvedic text book on human Anatomy with pictorial presentation. The present book fills the void.

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