Modern Homeopathy’s health series for Kidney diseases

Modern Homeopathy's "Arogyacha Modern Yug" for Kidney patients

Modern Homeopathy’s “Arogyacha Modern Yug” for Kidney patients

Modern Homeopathy gets initiative for awareness and curative treatment over Kidney diseases along with Cancer, Liver Cirrhosis, Heart and other incurable diseases.

We are presenting a revolutionary health series “Arogyacha Modern Yug”on “SAAM TV”, every SUNDAY at 1.00pm. for all class of diseases.

On coming SUNDAY, 5th July 2015 in “Arogyacha Modern Yug” we are on SAAM TV at 1.00 pm with Dr. Nayana Bhosale(M.O. Modern Homeopathy) for guidance and curative solutions for Kidney patients.

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Diagnosis of IPF – Part 2

IPF diagnosis

IPF diagnosis

If IPF is suspected, diagnosis can be challenging but a multidisciplinary approach involving a pulmonologist, radiologist and pathologist expert in intestinal lung disease has been shown to improve the accuracy of IPF diagnosis.

 

>>>Recognizing IPF in clinical practice can be challenging as symptoms often appear similar to those of more common diseases, such as asthma, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) and congestive heart failure.

The key issue facing clinicians is whether the presenting history, symptoms (or signs), radiology, and pulmonary function testing are collectively in keeping with the diagnosis of IPF or whether the findings are due to another process.

It has long been recognized that patients with ILD related to asbestos exposure, drugs (like chemo-therapeutic agents or nitrofurantion), rheumatoid arthritis and scleroderma/systemic sclerosis is difficult to distinguish from IPF.

Other differential diagnostic considerations include interstitial lung diseases related to mixed connective tissue diseases, advanced sarcoidosis, chronic hypersensitivity pneumonitis, pulmonary Langerhan’s cell histiocytosis and radiation-induced lung injury.

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Diagnosis of IPF – Part 1

IPF diagnosis

IPF diagnosis

If IPF is suspected, diagnosis can be challenging but a multidisciplinary approach involving a pulmonologist, radiologist and pathologist expert in intestinal lung disease has been shown to improve the accuracy of IPF diagnosis.

 

In 2011, new simplified and updated criteria for the diagnosis and management of IPF were published by the ATS, ERS together with the Japanese Respiratory Society (JRS) and Latin American Thoracic Association (ALTA).

Currently, a diagnosis of IPF requires: Exclusive of known cases of ILD, e.g. domestic and occupational environmental exposure, connecting tissue disorders or drug exposure/toxicity.

The presence of a typical radiological UIP pattern on HRCT.

In the right clinical setting, it is possible to make the diagnosis of IPF by HRCT alone, obviating the need for surgical lung biopsy.

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CANCER : Carcinoma Cervix cured by Modern Homeopathy

Modern Homeopathy Curative Treatment over CANCER : Carcinoma Cervix

Name of the patient: Mrs. Reshma Thakur               Age:  47 years

Diagnosed case of: Cervical Carcinoma

A case diagnosed as Cervical Carcinoma and suggested surgery by renowned cancer hospital of Mumbai.

After 2 months treatment of Modern Homeopathy report showed the vast reduction in size of Carcinoma Cervix.  

Attached date wise report of patient for reference with details. For more visit Modern Homeopathy

Report of ENDOCRINOLOGY on 11.03.2015 : T3,T4, TSH was normal

Report of ENDOCRINOLOGY on 11.03.2015 : T3,T4, TSH was normal

Report of 11.03.2015 : Liver function test was normal

Report of 11.03.2015 : Liver function test was normal

Report of 14.03.2015 : Cervical Biopsy showed Squamous Cell Carcinoma-Cervix

Report of 14.03.2015 : Cervical Biopsy showed Squamous Cell Carcinoma-Cervix

Report of > III defined heterogeneously enhancing lesion involving the Cervix and Fornices measuring  3.9*4.5*3.9cm Report of > A heterogeneously enhancing solid cystic lesion is seen right adnexa inseparable from right ovary measuring 9.4*8.5*9.5cm

Report of > III defined heterogeneously enhancing lesion involving the Cervix and Fornices measuring 3.9*4.5*3.9cm
Report of > A heterogeneously enhancing solid cystic lesion is seen right adnexa inseparable from right ovary measuring 9.4*8.5*9.5cm

Report on 18.03.2015 : CT scan Abdomen and Pelvis Cervical Carcinoma was detected.

Report on 18.03.2015 : CT scan Abdomen and Pelvis Cervical Carcinoma was detected.

Doppler Study Report : Doppler study shows Diastolic Dysfunction

Doppler Study Report : Doppler study shows Diastolic Dysfunction

2D Report : shows LV ejection fraction =60%

2D Report : shows LV ejection fraction =60%

Report of 20.03.2015 : At the time of consultation at “Modern Homeopathy” , patient was having mild hepatomegaly

Report of 20.03.2015 : At the time of consultation at “Modern Homeopathy” , patient was having mild hepatomegaly

Special Test Report

Special Test Report

Ultrasonography of 27.03.2015 : On 27.03.2015 USG shows ill-defined hypoechoic  mass of size 4*4cm in the cervical region. Mass of size 10.2*8.8*7.4cm at right adnexa with moderate vascularity was seen. Right ovary was not separately visualized.

Ultrasonography of 27.03.2015 : On 27.03.2015 USG shows ill-defined hypoechoic mass of size 4*4cm in the cervical region. Mass of size 10.2*8.8*7.4cm at right adnexa with moderate vascularity was seen. Right ovary was not separately visualized.

Ultrasonography on 20.04.2015 : After one month on 20.04.2015, USG Abdomen and Pelvis showed ill-defined mass size was reduced to 4.5*3.4cm in the cervical region. Mass on right side shows reduction to 9.4*7.8*5.1 at right adnexa. Endometrial  thickness measures 13mm.

Ultrasonography on 20.04.2015 : After one month on 20.04.2015, USG Abdomen and Pelvis showed ill-defined mass size was reduced to 4.5*3.4cm in the cervical region. Mass on right side shows reduction to 9.4*7.8*5.1 at right adnexa. Endometrial thickness measures 13mm.

Ultrasonograthy on 19.05.2015 : After 2 months on 19.05.2015 USG abdomen and Pelvis showed ill-defined lesion of size 3.1*2.9cm in the cervical region. Right ovarian mass showed decrease in size 6.0*4.4*4.00cm.

Ultrasonograthy on 19.05.2015 : After 2 months on 19.05.2015 USG abdomen and Pelvis showed ill-defined lesion of size 3.1*2.9cm in the cervical region. Right ovarian mass showed decrease in size 6.0*4.4*4.00cm.

Classification of IPF – There are more than 200 lung diseases

Idiopathic Pulmonary Fibrosis

IPF stands Idiopathic Pulmonary Fibrosis.

 

 

It is chronic decline in lungs function. Pulmonary Fibrosis means scarring of lung’s tissues & it is a cause of worsening dyspnoea (shortness of breathing).

The type IIP it means that Idiopathic Interstitial Pneumonia. It is type of ILD. It is known as disease Parenchymal Lung Disease.

Different types of diseases : 

1. IPF           2. NSIP             3. RB             4. JLD            5. DIP           6. COP-ATP

Associated Symptoms :

– Hypersensitivity pneumonitis,

– Pulmonary Langerhan’s Cell History cytosis,

– Asbestosis,

– Collagen,

– Vascular Diseases

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Homeopathic Medicines for Adenoids

Homeopathic Medicines for Adenoids

Homeopathic Medicines for Adenoids

 

  1. Hydrastis,
  2. Calcarea Phosphorica,
  3. Baryta Carb,
  4. Cistus Canadensis,
  5. Tuberculinam,
  6. Agraphes Nutans.

 

 

Hydrastis:

Hydrastis is perfectly homoepathic to the totality of the symptoms produced by adenoid begotations it has the yellow mucous and general lymphoid hypertrophy.

Kali Bichromicum:

Highly recommended by Cooper, Clifton and others as a most efficacious remedy in adenoid begetations. It corresponds to the dyscrasia, which permits adenoid growths or tonsillar enlargement.

Calcarea Iodide may be used in cases which are febrile in nature.

Baryta Carbonica:

It is also a useful remedy, essentially in children who have recurring attacks of acute tonsillitis.

Cistus Canadensis:

In scrofulous or arthritic individuals who have adenoid vegetation. There is extreme sensitiveness to cold air, this is characteristic sensation of heat and dryness in the throat so intense that the patient must drink to relieve. Cold air inhaled causes distress in the throat.

Cistus:

Has a special affinity for the naso-pharynx.

Tuberculinim:

Adenoids are greatly benefited and often times permanently cured by a weekly dose of Tuberculinum or preferably Bacillinum.

Apraphis Nutans:

Obstruction of the nostrils from adenoids. Throat deafness. Deafness and deaf mutism, brcathes with mouth open. It is essentially a catorrhal remedya and acts specally on the glands connected with the nasal cavity and its use generally avoids adenoid surgery.

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Clinical Significance & Adenoid Faces

Adenoids facesSignificance:

Enlarged adenoid/adenoid hypertrophy can nearly become the size of a ping-pong ball and completely block airflow through the nasal passages.

Enlarged adenoid can obstruct the nasal airway enough to attack the voice without actually stopping nasal airflow altogether.

 

Adenoid Faces:

Enlargement of adenoids in children causes atypical appearance of the face, referred to as adenoid faces-features of adenoid faces include mouth breathing, elongated face, prominent incisors hypoplastic maxilla, short upper lip, elevated nostrils, high arched palate.

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Structure & Development Of Adenoid

Structure & Development Of Adenoid

Structure & Development Of Adenoid

Structure:

The adenoid has pseudostratified epithelium. The adenoid is often removed along with the palatine tonsils.

Development:

Adenoids develop from a subepithelial infiltration of lymphocytes after the 16th week of embryonic life.

They are part of Waldeyer Ring of Lymphnoid tissue which includes the palatine tonsils and the lingual tonsils.

After birth, enlargement begins and continues until aged 5 to 7 years. Symptomatic enlargement between 18-24 months of age is not uncommon meaning that snoring, nasal airway obstruction and obstructed breathing may occur during sleep.

The establishment of the upper respiratory tract is initiated at birth.

Species of bacteria such as lactobacilli anaerobic streptococci, actinomycosis, Fusobacterium species and Nocardia are normally present by 6 months of age. Normal flora found in the adenoids consists of alpha-hemolytic streptococci and entercocci.

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Adenoids

Adenoids

Adenoids

  1. Adenoids also known as pharyngeal tonsil / nasopharyngeal tonsil is a mass of lymphatic tissue situated posterior to the nasal cavity, in the roof of the nasopharynx, where the nose blends into the throat.
  2. Normally, in children it forms a soft mouth in the roof and posterior wall of the nasopharynx, just above and behind uvula.
  3. The adenoids are a mass soft tissue behind the nasal cavity. Like lymphnodes, adenoids are the past of the immune system and are made of the same type of tissues (Lymphoid Tissue).
  4. White blood cells circulate through the adenoids and other lymphnoid tissues reacting to foreign invaders in the body.
  5. We all have adenoids at birth and in childhood but as we head into adolscence they start to shrink.
  6. By adulthood, most people’s adenoids have disappeared.

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If The cause is unknown

fibrosis in IPF

fibrosis in IPF

The fibrosis in IPF has been linked to cigarette smoking, environmental factors (e.g. occupational exposure to gases, smoke, chemicals or dust.), and other medical complications including gastro intestinal reflex disease (GERD) or to genetic predisposition (Familial IPF).

IPF is the result of an aberrant wound healing process including, involving abnormal & excessive deposition of ‘Collagen’ (Fibrosis) in the pulmonary interstitium with minimal associated ‘inflamation’.

It is seen that the initial or repetitive injury in IPF appears to lung cells, called alveolar epithelial cells (AECs Pneumocytes), which line the majority of alveolar surface.

When type I AECs are damaged or last, it is through basement membranes.

In normal repair, the hyperplastic type II AECs die & remaining cells spread & undergo a differentiation process to become type I AECs.

Under pathologic conditions & in the presence of transforming growth factor beta (TGFB), fibroblasts accumulate in these areas of damage & differentiate myofibroblasts that secret collagen & other proteins.

The development of fibroblastic foci precedes the accumulation of inflammatory cells & the consequent deposition of collagen.

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