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CONTENTS:- 1. Health 2. Diagnosis of disease and the pulse 3. Examination of the urine, eyes, tongue and mouth 4. Arsta Laksana (Prognostications of death) 5. Diseases--how to ascertain 6. Fever 7. Spleen 8. Liver 9. Jvaratisara (Fever with Diarrhoea) 10. Atisara (Diarrhoea) 11. Pravahika (Dysentery) 12. Grahani (Diseases of the Intestine) 13. Haemorrhoids or piles 14. Agnimanda and Ajirna (Anorexia, loss of appetite and indigestion) 15. Visucika (Cholera) 16. Alasaka and Vilamvika (Tympanites) 17. Krmi (Worms) 18. Pandu and Kamala (Chlorosis, Anaemia and Jaundice) 19. Raktapitta (Hemorrhage) 20. Ksaya Kasa (Phthisis, Ulceration of the LUngs and consumption) 21. Kasa Roga (Cough and Bronchitis) 22. Hicca and Shasa-Roga (Hiccough and Asthma) 23. Svarabheda (Hoarseness of voice) 24. Arocaka (Disgust for food) 25. Chhadari or Vamana (Vomiting and nausea) 26. Trisna-Roga (Thirst) 27. Murchha, Bhrama and Sanyasa (Swoons, vertigo and apoplexy) 28. Madatyaya (Diseases of intoxication) 29. Daha Roga (Burning of the skin) 30. Unmada Roga (Insanity) 31. Apasmara (Epilepsy) 32. Vata Vyadhi (Diseases of the nervous system) 33. Vata Rakta (Leprosy) 34. Urustambha (Paraplegia) 35. Amavata (Acute rheumatism) 36. Sula (Colic) 37. Udavartta and Anaha (Intestinal and other kinds of obstruction) 38. Gulma Roga (Neurasthenic tumours) 39. Hrdaya-Roga (Heart disease) 40. Mutrakrichchra and Mutraghata (Strangury and retention of urine) 41. Asmari (Calculus or stone) 42. Prameha (Urinary troubles and diseases of the Urethra) 43. Soma Roga (Diabetes) 44. Sukra Taralya and Dhvayabhanga (Spermatorrhoea and impotence) 45. Medo-Roga (Obesity) 46. Karsya-Roga (Emaciation) 47. Udara-Roga (Abdominal dropsy) 48. Sotha-Roga (Oedema) 49. Kosavrddhi Roga (Enlargement of the scrotum) 50. Galaganda Roga (Bronchocele and enlargement of Thyroid glands 51. Slipada (Elephantiasis) 52. Vidradhi and Vrana (Abscess and Ulcer) 53. Bhagandara (Fistula-in-ano) 54. Phiranga Roga (Syphilis and Bubo) 55. Kustha (Leprosy) 56. Sitapitta (Urticaria) 57. Amlapitta (Dyspepsia) 58. Visarpa (Erysipelas and boils) 59. Romanti and Vasanta (Measles and small-pox) 60. Ksudra-Roga (Minor diseases) 61. Mukha-Roga (Diseases of mouth) 62. Karna-Roga (Diseases of the ear) 63. Nasa-Roga (Diseases of nose) 64. Netra-Roga (Diseases of the eye) 65. Siro-Roga (Head-aches) 66. Stri-Roga (Diseases of women) 67. Garbhini-Roga (Treatment of pregnant women) 68. Sutika-Roga (Diseases after delivery) 69. Diseases of the breasts and the faults of milk 70. Bala-Roga (Diseases of the children) 71. Visa-Cikitsa (Poisons and their treatment) 72. Jalamajjan Udvandhan-Cikitsa (Treatment of persons suffocated by drowning and hanging 73. Sardi-Garmi (Heat-apoplexy) 74. Atapa Vyapad (Sunstroke) 75. Tattvonmada (Religious excitement) 76. Tandava Tavyadhi (Chorea of St. Vitus's dance) 77. Pharmacopoeia 78. The methods of purifying minerals etc 79. Various kinds of puta or methods of boiling, roasting, etc 80. The different kinds of vessels or Yantras used in Hindu Pharmacy 81. Technical names 82. Preparation of sick-regimen 83. Fevers born of wind 84. Bile-born fevers 85. Phlegm-born fevers 86. Fevers born of wind and bile 87. Fevers born of wind and Phlegm 88. Fevers born of bile and Phlegm 89. Acute fevers 90. Fevers born of all the faults 91. Ardent fevers 92. The medicines of fevers born of all the faults 93. Mature and intermittent fevers 94. Enlargement of the spleen and the liver 95. Fever with Diarrhoea 96. Diarrhoea (Immature or acute Diarrhoea) 97. Lienteric dysentry 98. Piles 99. Loss of appetite and indigestion 100. Visucika 101. Intestinal worms 102. Chlorosis and Anaemia 103. Blood-bile 104. Phthisis 105. Bronchitis 106. Hiccup and Asthma 107. Hoarseness of voice 108. Disgust for food 109. Vomiting 110. Thirst 111. Swoons, vertigo and apoplexy 112. Alcoholism 113. Burning of the skin 114. Insanity 115. Epilepsy 116. Diseases of the nervous system 117. Tubercular leprosy 118. Paraplegia 119. Acute rheumatism 120. Sula (Pains) 121. Diseases due to constipated wind 122. Abdominal tumours 123. Chest diseases 124. Strangury and retention of urine 125. Calculus 126. Gonorrhoea 127. Diabetes 128. Liquidity of the semen and loss of virile power 129. Obesity 130. Abdominal dropsy 131. Edoema or inflammation 132. Hydrocele 133. Bronchocele and Goitre 134. Elephantiasis 135. Deep-seated and other abscesses 136. Fistula-in-ano 137. Syphilis 138. Leprosy and Leucoderma 139. Urticria 140. Sour-bile 141. Erysipelas and mallgnant boils 142. Small pox 143. Minor skin-diseases 144. Diseases of the mouth 145. Diseases of the ear 146. Diseases of the nose 147. Diseases of the eye 148. Headache 149. Diseases of women 150. Diseases of pregnancy 151. Puerperal diseases 152. Diseases of children 153. Rasayana or tonic 154. Vajikarana or the use of aphrodisiacs 155. Totka treatment or the use of domestic medicines.
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