What Does Location of Abdominal Pain Say, Anatomically and Homoeopathically

Year : 2024 | Volume :11 | Issue : 01 | Page : 14-19
By

Sangeeta Jain

Devendra Kumar Nama

  1. Associate Professor Department of Anatomy, University College of Homoeopathy, Kekri Rajasthan India
  2. Assistant Professor Department of Anatomy, University College of Homoeopathy, Kekri Rajasthan India

Abstract

Background and justification for the study: Every symptom is an indication of bodily derangements which a patient feels when sick. The medical personal has to recognize these derangements only by symptomatic study of the disease without making any hypothetical theories. Therefore, examining symptoms is the sole correct method for determining the presentation of a disease.

In Homoeopathy, a complete symptom is that which covers location, sensation, modalities and concomitant symptoms. The Location means the anatomical site from where the disease is generating and manifesting its clinical presentation in form of the symptoms. It specifies the precise location, ranging from cellular to organ levels, where the lesion or symptom is manifested.. The meaning of location in the definition of complete symptom is, the seat of the disease; it means the part of the body which is involved in the generation of the disease.

In Homoeopathy, some medicines have affinities to particular location of the symptoms and their particular medicines are documented in Homoeopathic Materia Medicas by various Homoeopaths.
Every organ of the abdominal cavity has its specific location region wise; and disorders related to them are reflected in signs and symptoms expressed by the patient himself or observed by the physician.
Here we are trying to state about the location of the symptom in relation to nine anatomical abdominal regions, ie., epigastric region, right & left hypochondriac regions, umbilical region, right & left lumbar regions, hypogastric region and right & left iliac regions and Homoeopathic medicines related to pathological symptoms of that particular region described by various Homoeopaths

Keywords: Nine abdominal regions, Abdominal disorders, Homoeopathic medicines

[This article belongs to Research & Reviews : A Journal of Unani, Siddha and Homeopathy(rrjoush)]

How to cite this article: Sangeeta Jain, Devendra Kumar Nama. What Does Location of Abdominal Pain Say, Anatomically and Homoeopathically. Research & Reviews : A Journal of Unani, Siddha and Homeopathy. 2024; 11(01):14-19.
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Volume 11
Issue 01
Received February 19, 2024
Accepted March 15, 2024
Published March 30, 2024