The Clinicoetiopathological study of Madhumeha (Type-2 Diabetes Mellitus) with special reference to Deha Prakriti
Dr.Yogendra Kumar, Dr. Anurag Pandey, Dr.Parameswarappa S.Byadgi
Prameha is a syndrome manifest by involving complex interaction between doshas and dushyas in srotas (multiple systems) especially mutravaha srotas leading to development of several distinct types and are caused by a complex interaction of genetics (sahaja, kulaja, jataja, adibala pravritta, anushangi), life style factors (Apathyanimittaja) and environmental factors1,2, & 3. Madhumeha is a type of Vatika Prameha, is elaborately described since ancient age and its incidence is increasing day by day because of erratic lifestyle and diet leading to obesity followed by Madhumeha along with their complications. Charaka defined Madhumeha as the disease in which the patient passes astringent, sweet, pallor and rough urine.1 Sushruta mentioned that all types of Prameha, if not treated converted into Madhumeha and become incurable.2 Vaghbata added that the sweetness is present in the whole body3.
Volume: Issue 2
Issues: Issue 2
Keywords: Madhumeha as the disease in which the patient passes astringent, sweet, pallor and rough urine