Applied Anatomical Consideration of Eye, Ear and Nose as per Ayurveda
The knowledge about anatomical perspective of human body and its correlation with physiological functioning was established anciently by various traditional medical practitioners. The oldest Vedic systems also encompass some information related to human body and its functioning. The traditional ayurveda Samhitas described significant anatomical information about human body around 6th century BCE. The knowledge about anatomical aspect of various organs is very essential to treat ailments related to them. The sense organs Netra (eye), Karna (ear) and Nasa (nose) are very delicate therefore their anatomical consideration is very important while performing surgical intervention related to them. Considering these all aspects present article describes applied anatomical view on Netra, Nasa and Karna.
Keywords: Ayurveda, Anatomy, Netra, Nasa, Karna.
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