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J Res Educ Indian Med . 1986; 5(2): 13-16


A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF SAHACARADI TAILA AND NIRGUNDI TAILA IN THE MANAGEMENT OF KHANJA (MONOPLEGIA) AND PANGU (PARAPLEGIA)

P. RAMACHANDRAN NAIR, N.P. VIJAYAN, P. MADHAVIKUTTY, S. INDIRAKUMARI.

Abstract
A clinical trial on Khanja (Monoplegia) and Pangu (Paraplegia) was conducted at in-patient level in forty patients who were selected and divided into two groups at random. Sahacaradi Taila (ST) and Nirgundi Taila (NT) were administered in Group I and II respectively. Results were encouraging and statistically significant.

Key words: COMPARATIVE STUDY, SAHACARADI TAILA, NIRGUNDI TAILA, MANAGEMENT, KHANJA, MONOPLEGIA, PANGU, PARAPLEGIA.



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