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  • Linking Prameha etiology with diabetes mellitus: Inferences from a matched case-control study. [Journal Article]
    Ayu 2018 Jul-Sep; 39(3):139-145Rastogi S, Pandey N, Sachdev K
  • CONCLUSIONS: On the basis of these results, this can be proposed that if such studies are done on larger basis and possibly in a prospective cohort manner, it can open a completely new area of identifying the risk factors to diabetes. Such revealing knowledge will not only help us knowing about diabetes better but also definitely help us to prevent diabetes to a large extent.
  • Systematic review of the concept of Yakrutotpatti (embryology of liver). [Review]
    Ayu 2014; 35(1):5-8Kasar NV, Deole YS, Tiwari S
  • Ayurveda has its own view to understand the development of human body and its various organs. As the quotations are in a concise manner, it is essential to amalgamate the basics stated by various Acharyas with comprehensive explanation of modern science. The liver is a vital organ for metabolism. Acharyas have opined about the genesis of Yakrut (liver) from Rakta Dhatu (blood tissue). Parallel op…
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