Management of Vipadika through Ayurveda
Vipadika,is one of the types of the Kshudrakushtha. There is involvement of Vata-Kaphadosha predominantly. It is characterized by PaniPadasphutna (fissure in palms and soles) and Tivravedana (severe local pain).Vipadika can be correlated with Palmo plantar psoriasis due to its similarity in clinical features. It is found in 3-4 % of all psoriasis cases. Here is a case of chronic vipadika. She came to kayachikitsa OPD on 02/03/2017 .She had history of consumption of continous medication since one year from modern medicine and homoeopathy. After clinical examination ,she was admitted in MGAMCH & RC for 7 days and was treated with Yoga basti, oral medications and external applications. After discharge, she had prescribed medicines for oral and external application for 30 days. There was complete relief in fissure and pain and she has no recurrence upto the month of January 2019.
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