A Single Case Study on the Management of Vipadika
Kushtha is an encompassing phrase that refers to all skin conditions mentioned in Ayurvedic writings. One of the illnesses covered under the category of Kshudra Kushtha is Vipadika. It is distinguished by Teevra vedana (with excruciating agony) and Pani-pada Sphutan (fissure in the palms and soles). The individual is impacted as a result of erratic eating habits, stressed lifestyle. Its manifestation is mostly caused by vitiation of Vata, Kapha, and Pitta/Rakta. In this case, the patient has been complaining for six months about discomfort and bleeding along with the dryness, scaling, itching, and cracking of both hands. Vipadika patients experience higher negative effects on their personal and social lives because they have severe difficulties with daily tasks, mobility issues, and self-care challenges.
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