Effect of Jalaukavacharana in the Management of Thrombosed External Haemorrhoid- A Single Case Report
Haemorrhoids are one of the most common ano rectal conditions affecting the human. These are vascular tissues within the submucosa of anal canal, comprising of loose connective tissue, smooth muscle and blood vessels with arteriovenous connections. Perianal hematoma or thrombosed external hemorrhoid is a peculiar condition characterized by a small clot in the perianal subcutaneous tissue, which occurs due to back pressure on the anal venules consequent upon straining at stools, coughing or lifting heavy weights. A 51-year-old female, with complaints of painful mass at anal verge in the past 2 weeks, presented at the OPD. Patient was clinically examined and diagnosed as case of thrombosed hemorrhoid. Patient was treated with Jalaukavacharana for one sitting along with internal medications for two weeks, that relieved off symptoms.
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