Review on Etio-pathogenesis and diagnostic criteria of The Vatarakta Roga w.s.r. to Gouty arthritis.
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Keywords: Vatarakta, gout, etiopathogenesis, diagnostic criteria

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Dr. Sanjay G. Paikrao. (2020). Review on Etio-pathogenesis and diagnostic criteria of The Vatarakta Roga w.s.r. to Gouty arthritis. Ayurline: IJ-RIM, 4(01). Retrieved from http://ayurline.in/index.php/ayurline/article/view/317

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Metabolic disorders are increasingly seen in the present era due to unhealthy modification in the diet and life styles. Vatarakta is the one of the disease of life style and abnormal metabolism. The etiopathogenesis and diagnostic methods of vatarakata are explained in Ayurved before thousands of years. The lifestyle and dietary trend has been changed drastically with the course of time due to change in the environment. Change or disturbances of the environment is most often caused by human influence and natural ecological process. So it is needed to review the etiopathogensis and the diagnostic criteria of the vatarakta. In vatarakta most of the variables (signs and symptoms) are nominal and categorical; hence diagnosis is often made by some degree of subjective interpretation of the clinician. To make the reliable, valid and consistent diagnosis of Vatarakta, modern investigation like synovial fluid examination, Sr.uric acid etc (objective paramenters)  must be include in the diagnostic criteria of the Vatarakta. Gouty arthritis and Vatarakta has great similarities in regards of etiopathogenesis and clinical presentation.  This study gives insight into review of etiopathogenesis and diagnostic methods of Vatarakta.

 

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