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July-September 2022| Vol 5| Issue 3

Editorial

Ayurveda for holistic well-being at global levels

Traditional Medicine (TM) is considered as one of the mainstays of the health-care delivery system worldwide. The World Health Organization (WHO) has reported that TM is used by at least 88% (17...


Case Report

Management of cholecystitis after endoscopic retrograde cholangiopancreatography through Ayurveda: An experience

Gallbladder (GB) stones (~Pittashaya ashmari) are formed within the lumen of the GB and cause obstruction in the smooth flow of bile during physiological contraction of the bladder. The ...


Case Report

Ayurvedic management of recurrent pesticide-induced bilateral palmar contact dermatitis: A case report

Allergic responses are found a major reason for occupational contact dermatitis and have a prevalence of 30% of reported cases. Those exposed to pesticide spraying have been more prevalent of be...


Case Report

A case report on the management of lingual papilitis through Ayurveda

Transient lingual papilitis is a common inflammatory hyperplasia of one or multiple fungiform lingual papillae that has acute onset. It is painful and transient. Based on the clinical features, the ...


Case Report

Role of Ayurveda in symptomatic management of pancreatic neuro endocrine tumor - An experience

The incidental diagnosis of neoplasms has greatly increased due to the widespread use of advanced imaging techniques. Pancreatic neuroendocrinal tumors (pNET) comprise 7% of the neuroendocrine t...


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Print: 2667-0593, Online: 2667-0607

Journal of Ayurveda Case Reports, a publication of All India Institute of Ayurveda, is a peer-reviewed print + online Quarterly journal.

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