REVEALING THE STRUCTURE OF SNAYU BASED ON CADAVERIC STUDY

Authors

  • MANISH RAI LECTURE, DEPT. OF SHARIR RACHNA, GAC, JABALPUR (MADHYA PRADESH)
  • SUNIL KUMAR YADAV ASSOCIATED PROFESSOR, DEPT. OF SHARIR RACHANA, NIA, JAIPUR (RAJASTHAN)
  • DURGESH KUMAR GUPTA ASSOCIATED PROF. AND HOD, DEPT.OF SHALAKYA TANTRA, GAC,JABALPUR(MP)

Keywords:

Snayu, Pratanvati, Ligament, Tendon, histology

Abstract

In the present competitive era, globalization and fast life the disease affecting the snayu  (subsidiary body elements) are increasing, and this is becoming a challenge to the health   professionals. Snayu is a term which is explained elaborately in classical texts but yet it is unable to point out exact structure related with it in human body. It is explained as a structure which helps in binding the joints and helps the body in weight bearing. One who has proper knowledge of Snayu can easily extract hidden Shalya from the body. According to location, form  and  structure, Snayu are of kind four types Pratanavati (branched), Vrutta (circular), Sushira (porous), Pruthul (flat), ligaments, tendons and fasciae are all made up of connective tissues. They are histologically similar in structure and they differ in the way they connect structures, aim of the article is to analyse the specific structure of Snayu and its type with modern science on the basis of cadaveric study.

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Published

15-07-2022

How to Cite

MANISH RAI, SUNIL KUMAR YADAV, & DURGESH KUMAR GUPTA. (2022). REVEALING THE STRUCTURE OF SNAYU BASED ON CADAVERIC STUDY. International Education and Research Journal (IERJ), 8(7). Retrieved from https://ierj.in/journal/index.php/ierj/article/view/2534

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