Study Of Pyoderma In Its Acute Dimensions With Respect To Causation, Pathogenesis And Miasmatic Co-Relation In The Paediatric Age Group
Pyoderma In Its Acute Dimensions With Respect To Causation, Pathogenesis And Miasmatic Co-Relation
Keywords:Homoeopathy, Skin, Pediatric, Constitutional Medicine
Background: Hahnemann was always at great pains to emphasis the importance of causative factors in the environment-both physical & emotional which could be held responsible for development of illness. According to homoeopathy, mind, body and soul are trinity of life. So along with exciting and maintaining causes, there is need of studying the psycho - somatic correlations. As in many clinical cases, the state of mother during pregnancy leading to skin condition in child is noted. Aim and Objective: To study the various clinical presentations of Pyoderma. To examine time of occurrence & observe whether it is in antecedence with the onset of pyoderma i.e. .to establishes the precipitating factors of pyoderma. To observe the socio-economical scenario of the patient’s life to establish the maintaining causes of pyoderma. To understand the susceptibility and to establish the role of miasms. Material And Methods: Detailed case study to understand patient as a person & the focus will be on the life space of the child, the parents’ mental state before conception, mother’s state during pregnancy, his interactions with people around him both inside & outside family; possible causative events and classifying them into precipitating, exciting & maintaining causes. Result: In all the 30 cases no psychological cause has been found. So we can postulate that pyoderma is predominantly a physical disease where the predisposing maintaining and precipitating causes play a vital role. Conclusion: As prescription was based mainly on the symptoms exhibited, recurrence and understanding of susceptibility, the most frequently used potency, were moderate, in frequent repetition (80%). [Joshi H Natl J Integr Res Med, 2022; 13(6): 18-21 , Published on Dated: 15/11/2022]
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