AYURVEDIC MANAGEMENT OF LEUKOPLAKIA - A CASE STUDY
Oral leukoplakia (OL) is a premalignant lesion described as “a predominant white lesion of the oral mucosa which cannot be defined as any other known lesion”. OL located on the floor of the mouth, soft palate, and tongue are considered as high-risk lesions, while, in other areas, they may be considered as of low malignancy risk. A Forty five years old male patient had complaints of white lesion on left lat. Surface of tongue, along with burning sensation since 4-5 months. He was Diagnosed with Leukoplakia and He had taken allopathic medicine for 4 to 5 times, but it was inversely relapsed ,so he was treated with pratisarana of Bibhitaka churna and Rasayana churna,Yastimadhu ghanavati as lozenges along with Rasayana tablets orally for a period of 6 months. After 6 month therapy, white lesion became disappear and no burning sensation. Thus this patient was successfully treated with above therapy with no recurrence or any complications till date.
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