Psychopathology in the Early Aurvedic Texts (With Special Reference to Unmada)

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Psychopathology in the Early Aurvedic Texts (With Special Reference to Unmada)

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Title: Psychopathology in the Early Aurvedic Texts (With Special Reference to Unmada)
Author: Weiss, Mitchell G.
Citation: Weiss, Mitchell G. 1981. Psychopathology in the early aurvedic texts: (with special reference to Unmada). Ancient Science of Life 1(1): 25-31.
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Abstract: The medical texts by Caraka and Susruta describe the symptoms, etiology, theory, treatment and prognosis of four types of mental disorders-unmada, bhutonmada, apasmara, and murcha. The present discussion is restricted to unmada-its theory, treatment and prognosis with an indication of the scope of analysis with reference to the Western psychiatric nosology.
Other Sources: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3336656/pdf/
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