Indian Journal of Urology
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Year
: 2007  |  Volume : 23  |  Issue : 1  |  Page : 2--5

Urology in ancient India


Sakti Das 
 University of California Davis School of Medicine, USA

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The practice of medical and surgical measures in the management of urological ailments prevailed in ancient India from the Vedic era around 3000 BC. Subsequently in the Samhita period, the two stalwarts - Charaka in medicine and Susruta in surgery elevated the art of medicine in India to unprecedented heights. Their elaboration of the etiopathological hypothesis and the medical and surgical treatments of various urological disorders of unparalleled ingenuity still remain valid to some extent in our contemporary understanding. The new generation of accomplished Indian urologists should humbly venerate the legacy of the illustrious pioneers in urology of our motherland.


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Das S. Urology in ancient India.Indian J Urol 2007;23:2-5


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