Case reports - peripheral vascular diseases presenting with gangrene and homoeopathic medicines
Author(s): Dr. Ayesha Naaz and Dr. Sapna Salodiya
Abstract: Two known cases of peripheral vascular diseases presenting with gangrenous ulceration on terminal portion extremity successfully treated with homeopathic medicine. First case was suffering of repeated ulcers on finger. There was history of removal of gangrene. The second case was of atherosclerotic disease of both lower limbs with ulceration on left great toe. Also has history of ulcer in right index finger followed by auto amputation of terminal portion of affected finger. In both cases homeopathic medicines were prescribed in centesimal potency on the basis of presenting totality of symptoms followed by complete healing of ulcer with overall improvement of patient.
Dr. Ayesha Naaz, Dr. Sapna Salodiya. Case reports - peripheral vascular diseases presenting with gangrene and homoeopathic medicines. Int J Hom Sci 2020;4(1):105-109. DOI: 10.33545/26164485.2020.v4.i1b.135