POST GRADUATE FINAL YEAR 14. MS (AYU) SHALAKYA TANTRA (DISEASES OF EYE, EAR, NOSE, THROAT, HEAD, ORO- DENTISTRY)

CENTRAL COUNCIL OF INDIAN MEDICINE

POST GRADUATE FINAL YEAR
14. MS (AYU) SHALAKYA TANTRA
(DISEASES OF EYE, EAR, NOSE, THROAT, HEAD, ORO- DENTISTRY)

PREAMBLE

  The MS Shalakya is a speciality branch of Ayurveda, hence the degree should be specified as Master of Surgery in Shalakya Tantra (Diseases of Eye, Ear, Nose, Throat, Head, Oro- Dentistry)

  This syllabus should be applicable for minimum 5 academic years.

  If the Hon’ble Council thinks of separating the Shalakya Tantra PG in 3 parts again, first the division of teaching faculty as Professor, Associate Professor and Assistant Professor should be made available in each division of Shalakya Tantra
separately.

  The syllabus has been prepared by the hard work of the experts from Shalakya
Tantra from all over India, keeping in mind the future and existence of Shalakya
Tantra and the future of the Shalakis.

  The Shalakya subject expert panel suggest to honourable council that super
speciality in 1.Netra Roga 2.Karna, Nasa, Kantha Roga and 3.Mukha-Danta Roga should be introduced in future. The eligibility for this super speciality is MS- Shalakya and one more Professor should be appointed separately for this each super speciality.

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Part A

1. 2.

3.

4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

11. 12. 13.

Part B

14. 15. 16.

17.

18. 19.

20. 21.

22. 23.

– 50 marks

MS(AYU) SHALAKYA TANTRA
( DISEASES OF EYE, EAR, NOSE, THROAT, HEAD, ORO- DENTISTRY)

PRELIMINARY – PAPER II

THEORY – 100 MARKS (3 HOURS) PRACTICAL AND VIVA VOCE – 100 MARKS

History and chronological development of Shalakya Tantra.
Establishment and importance of ‘Shirasouttamangatwam’, ‘Nasa Hi shirsodwaram’, and ‘Sarvendriyanam Nayanam Pradhanam’.
Applied Anatomy and physiology of Netra, Karna, Nasa, Mukha with related marmas and disease classification as per Ayurvedic classics.
Knowledge of Agropaharaniya in Shalakya Tantra.
Fundamental knowledge of Sterilization and Anaesthesia in Shalakya Tantra. Swasthvritta related to Shalakya Tantra.
Description of Yantra, Shastra and anushastra related to Shalakya Tantra. Application of Panchakarma chikitsa in Urdhvajatrugata Vikaras.
Applied knowledge of various therapeutic procedures used in Netra rogas
Applied knowledge of various therapeutic procedures used in Karna-Nasa-Mukha- Danta and Shirorogas, like Karnaprakshalana, Karna dhoopana,Karnapichu , Karnapoorana , Nasaprakshalan, Nasapichu,Kavala, Gandusha, Pratisarana, Dhoomapana, Shiroabhyanga, Shiropichu, Shirodhara, Shirobasti etc.
Knowledge of Vranabandhana (bandaging of wounds) in Shalakya Tantra. Common classical yogas and single drug therapy in Shalakya Tantra. Pathyapathya in Shalakya Tantra.

– 50 marks

Critical analysis of nidana of Urdhwajatruvikaras.
Fundamentals of optics and refraction.
Clinical methods of eye examination and application of various aids and techniques with their respective interpretation viz. Retinoscopy, Refraction, Tonometry, Slit lamp examination, Pachymetry, Direct and Indirect Ophthalmoscopy, Gonioscopy, Perimetry, A scan, B scan, FFA (Fundus Fluorescein Angiography), OCT (Optical Coherence Tomography)etc.
Clinical methods of Ear examination with special reference to hearing and balance.

Fundamentals of Acoustics and Audiology.
Clinical methods of examination of Nose and Para nasal sinuses with various aids and techniques.
Clinical methods of Oro-Dental examination with various instruments and techniques.
Basic pharmacology of common drugs required in diagnostic and therapeutic procedures in Eye, ENT and Oro-Dentistry.
Eye donation and Eye banking.

Knowledge of handling of Bio-medical waste.

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PAPER I– SHALAKYA – NETRA ROGA

Part A – 50 marks

THEORY – 400 MARKS PRACTICAL & VIVA – 100 MARKS

THEORY – 100 MARKS (3 HOURS)

1. Nidanapanchaka and samanya chikitsa of netrarogas.

2. Descriptive knowledge of etiology, pathogenesis, prodromal symptoms, clinical
features, complications, differential diagnosis, prognosis and management of Sandhigata, Vartmagata and Pakshmagatarogas with their comparative knowledge of modern science.

3. Descriptive knowledge of etiology, pathogenesis, prodromal symptoms, clinical features, complications, differential diagnosis, prognosis and management of Shuklagata and Krishnagatarogas with their comparative knowledge of modern science.

4. Descriptive knowledge of etiology, pathogenesis, prodromal symptoms, clinical features, complications, differential diagnosis, prognosis and management of Drishtigata and Sarvagatarogas with their comparative knowledge of modern science.

5. Descriptive knowledge of Ashtavidhashastrakarma (eight types of surgical procedures) and Chaturvidhachikitsa (Bheshaja,Shastra, Kshara and Agni) and post operative care of the patient with respect to Netrarogas.

6. Diseases of eyelids and lacrimal apparatus and their Modern and Ayurvedic Management.

7. Disorders of conjunctiva, cornea and sclera and their Modern and Ayurvedic Management.

PART B – 50 marks

8. DisordersofuvealtractandlensandtheirModernandAyurvedicManagement.

9. Disorders of vitreous, retina,optic nerve, visual pathway and visual cortex and
their Modern and Ayurvedic Management.

10. Benign and malignant tumours of the eye and their Ayurvedic Management.
11. Study of Nayanabhighata with prevention and management.
12. Concept of congenital, developmental disorders of eye and prevention and

management through Ayurveda and modern science.
13.Ocular motility disorders and their management as per Ayurvedic and modern

science.
14.Neurological and systemic disorders affecting Eyes and their Modern and

Ayurvedic Management.

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PART A – 50 MARKS

1. Nidanapanchaka and samanya chikitsa of shiro-nasa-karna and kantharogas.

2. Descriptive knowledge of etiology, pathogenesis, prodromal symptoms, clinical features, complications, differential diagnosis, prognosis and management of Shiro and kapalgatha rogas with their comparative knowledge of modern science.

3. Descriptive knowledge of etiology, pathogenesis, prodromal symptoms, clinical features, complications, differential diagnosis, prognosis and management of
Nasarogas with their comparative knowledge of modern science.

4. Descriptive knowledge of etiology, pathogenesis, prodromal symptoms, clinical features, complications, differential diagnosis, prognosis and management of
Karna rogas with their comparative knowledge of modern science.

5. Descriptive knowledge of etiology, pathogenesis, prodromal symptoms, clinical features, complications, differential diagnosis, prognosis and management of
Kantharogas with their comparative knowledge of modern science.

PART B – 50 marks

6. Descriptive knowledge of Ashtavidhashastrakarma (eight types of surgical procedures) and Chaturvidha chikitsa (Bheshaja, Shasthra, kshara and Agni) and post-operative care of the patient with respect to ENT disorders.

7. Study of various types of Headache and their Modern and Ayurvedic Management.

8. Diseases of the Nose and paranasal sinuses and their Modern and Ayurvedic Management.

9. Diseases of the Ear and their Modern and Ayurvedic Management.

10. Diseases of the Throat and Larynx and their Modern and Ayurvedic Management.

THEORY – 100 MARKS (03 HOURS)

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Paper III – SHALAKYA –MUKHA DANTA ROGA

PART A

THEORY – 100 marks (Part A- 50 and Part B-50)

1. Nidanapanchaka and samanyachikitsa of Mukha-Dantarogas.

2. Descriptive knowledge of etiology, pathogenesis, prodromal symptoms, clinical features, complications, differential diagnosis, prognosis and management of
Oshthagata rogas with their comparative knowledge of modern science.

3. Descriptive knowledge of etiology, pathogenesis, prodromal symptoms, clinical features, complications, differential diagnosis, prognosis and management of
Dantamulagata rogas with their comparative knowledge of modern science.

4. Descriptive knowledge of etiology, pathogenesis, prodromal symptoms, clinical features, complications, differential diagnosis, prognosis and management of
Danta rogas with their comparative knowledge of modern science.

5. Descriptive knowledge of etiology, pathogenesis, prodromal symptoms, clinical features, complications, differential diagnosis, prognosis and management of
Jiwhagata rogas with their comparative knowledge of modern science.

6. Descriptive knowledge of etiology, pathogenesis, prodromal symptoms, clinical features, complications, differential diagnosis, prognosis and management of
Talugata rogas with their comparative knowledge of modern science.

PART B

7. Descriptive knowledge of etiology, pathogenesis, prodromal symptoms, clinical features, complications, differential diagnosis, prognosis and management of Sarvasara mukha rogas with their comparative knowledge of modern science.

8. Jalandhar bandha and its importance and application in painless tooth extraction.

9. Diagnostic Methedology in oral and dental diseases.

10. Oro- Dental diseases with their Modern and Ayurvedic management.

11. Knowledge of essential modern drugs and anaesthetic agents for diagnosis and
surgical procedures in oro-dentistry.

12. Updated knowledge of modern instruments of Oro-Dental Disorders.

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PAPER IV – SHALAKYA – SHALAKYA VISHISHTHA CHIKITSA VIGYAN

PART A

1. Detailed study of Netra kriyakalpas and vishishta aushadhikalpas with their standard operative procedures and their critical analysis.

2. Critical analysis of classical treatment procedures and vishishta aushadhikalpas with their standard operative procedures and their critical analysis in the context of Anya Urdhwajatrugata vikaras .

3. Role of Panchakarma chikitsa in Urdhwajatrugata vikaras.

4. Descriptive knowledge of common ocular surgical procedures like DCT, DCR,
Pterygium, Entropion, Ectropion, Chalazion surgery, Cataract surgery,
Evisceration, Enucleation, surgical procedures of glaucoma etc.

5. Descriptive knowledge of common ENT surgical procedures like Tympanoplasty, Mastoidectomy, Septoplasty, Septorhinoplasty, antral puncture, Turbinectomy,
Polypectomy, Tonsillectomy etc.

6. AppliedaspectsofImaginginENTandheaddisorders

7. Speech therapy and rehabilitation of the deaf and mute.

8. Recent advances in the medical and surgical management of Eye, ENT and Oro-
Dental diseases.

9. Karna sandhana, Nasasandhana, Oshthasandhana with their recent advances.

10. Scope of researches in Shalakya Tantra in present era.

PART B

11. Ocular emergencies and their management.

12. Knowledge of preventive and community ophthalmology -WHO and National
Programme for control of blindness and role of Ayurveda in these Programmes.

13. Knowledge of National Programme for deafness and tinnitus and role of
Ayurveda in these Programmes.

14. Knowledge of National Programme for prevention of oral cancer and role of
Ayurveda in these Programmes. .

15. Effects of environmental hazards, and life style disorders of Eye, ENT and Oro
dental disorders and their Modern and Ayurvedic preventive and therapeutic
measures.

16. Management of emergencies in ENT, Head and Oro-Dental disorders.

17. Effects of systemic diseases on Eye, ENT, Head and Oro-dental diseases and
their Modern and Ayurvedic management.

18. Removal of foreign bodies from Eye, ENT and Oro-Dental disorders.

19. Importance of Yogic kriyas, Yogasana and pranayama in Shalakya tantra.

20. Knowledge of rules, regulations and medico-legal aspects of Ophthalmic, ENT

and Oro-dental practice.

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THEORY – 100 MARKS (PART A- 50 AND PART B-50)

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