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Barkha* and Kanchana Verma


The disease Shushkakshipaka considerably attracted the ancient physicians, which is evident from their detailed description, symptomatology and management written in Samhitas. It has been said that the disease Shushkakshipaka is a curable entity. On reviewing the clinical presentation from the classical Ayurvedic text Shushkakshipaka resembles Dry eye disease. The population suffering from Dry eye disease are increasing day by day. Dry eye disease (DED) is a growing public health concern causing ocular discomfort, fatigue and visual disturbance that interferes with quality of life, including aspects of physical, social, psychological functioning, and workplace productivity. Evaporative dry eye (EDE) is the most common form of dry eye disease. In the present treatment modalities of dry eye disease, artificial tears provide only symptomatic relief but does not resolve underlying inflammation of the disease. The treatment principle for Shushkakshipaka mentioned in Ayurveda classics are Tarpana, Seka, Aschyotana, Anjana etc. which are known to increase the stability of tear film and give relief from the symptoms of Shushkakshipaka. The goal of this article is to compile information on Shushkakshipaka and Dry eye disease types, aetiology, pathophysiology, diagnoses, and treatment of evaporative dry eye disease.

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