2 edition of Leprosy in India found in the catalog.
Leprosy in India
Robert Greenhill Cochrane
|Statement||by Robert G. Cochrane ...|
|LC Classifications||RC154.7.I6 C6|
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|Number of Pages||22|
|LC Control Number||27014616|
Book: "Leprosy and a life in South India: journeys with a Tamil Brahmin" / by James Staples - London: Rowan&Littlefield (Lexington book) , pp. ISBN: Drawing on solid ethnographic fieldwork as well as many hours of interviews, Leprosy and a Life in South India: Journeys with a Tamil Brahmin tells the life story of Das. Early written records giving clinical descriptions generally accepted as being true leprosy date from BC to possibly as early as BC in India, where a disease called Kushta was distinguished from vitiligo. 4 Chinese documents from about BC that mention skin lesions, numbness, and loss of eyebrows attest to the spread of the disease.
Various skin diseases translated as leprosy appear in the ancient Indian text, the Atharava Veda, by BC. Another Indian text, the Manusmriti ( BC), prohibited contact with those infected with the disease and made marriage to a person infected with leprosy ciation: /ˈlɛprəsi/. The patients come from all over India and have received treatment at a local hospital run by the Leprosy Mission. In theory, leprosy is easy to treat, requiring a course of drugs lasting between.
Many of the individuals that we serve in India, China, Nepal and Kenya received the Multi-Drug Therapy (MDT) too late to stop the disfiguring degeneration that marks a leprosy patient. Cultural stigmas and fear have forced them to leave their homes, rejected by . The hands of Bodhe Annasuya, 45, who acquired leprosy when she was 12 years old. She lives in Balaji Nagar, a leprosy colony, with her husband and adopted son, in Hyderabad, : Apoorva Mandavilli.
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Price New from Used from Hardcover "Please retry" $ $ — Hardcover $ 4 New from $ Author: Harshit Sinha. Leprosy In India: A Report () by Timothy Richards Lewis (Author), David Douglas Cunningham (Author) ISBN Format: Paperback. Leprosy in Colonial South India is not only a history of an intriguing and dramatic endemic disease, it is a history of colonial power in nineteenth-century British India as seen through the lens of British medical and legal encounters with leprosy and its sufferers in south India.
Leprosy in Colonial South India offers a detailed examination of the contribution of leprosy treatment and legislative measures to negotiated Author: Dr Jane Buckingham. Vols. for include Report of Indian Council of the British Leprosy Relief Association for From inside the book What people are saying - Write a review We haven't found any reviews.
Handbook on Leprosy; Its Diagnosis, Treatment and Prevention, This book by Ernest Muir contains many photographs illustrating diagnosis, treatment, and settlement and was written for health workers, general practitioners and administrators, particularly in India. The frontispiece shows The botany of the chaulmoogra plant.
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A woman holds an information pamphlet on leprosy during Bombay Leprosy Project's detection and awareness drive in Dharavi Slum in Mumbai, India.
Introduction Leprosy is one of the oldest diseases known to man (see Chapter ). Exclusion from society has been a feature of leprosy from its earliest descriptions onwards (e.g., Numbers –15, NIV Bible). In the times of the Old Testament, the exclusion was not just a social phenomenon but a divine institution, which served as a public health measure to contain an infectious disease.
The Leprosy Mission has been working in India for the past years. Approx. 50% of Leprosy Mission International's resources are channelled in to India to provide support to the vast numbers of people affected by leprosy and its consequences.
Hansen's Disease (Leprosy) The World Health Organization (WHO) estimates that as many asnew cases of leprosy, also known as Hansen's Disease, are diagnosed each year, an estimate that we believe understates the number by at least a factor of two.
Many of these new cases are found in Brazil and India, although patients continue to be diagnosed and treated in another forty-one. The richness of this book lies in the chosen genre of life history, which marks a shift from Staples’s previous work on low-caste people with leprosy in India.
Staples convincingly positions the book and its genre in relation to debates about authorship, the politics of representation and power, and styles of ethnographic : James Staples. Great medical memoir on Brand's work with Leprosy patients in India, the era of mid-century medicine, and a wonderful study on physical pain, mind/body, with hints of sociological implications (going more in depth in third section)/5.
Leprosy in Colonial South India has many important things to say, both about the colonial medical encounter and about attitudes towards leprosy in Indian society. This book should be read by anyone interested in the history of leprosy or in the medical aspects of colonial rule. The Oxford Illustrated Companion to Medicine says that leprosy, as well as cures for it, were described in the Hindu religious book Atharva-veda.
Writing in the Encyclopædia BritannicaKearns and Nash state that the first mention of leprosy is in the Indian medical treatise Sushruta Samhita (6th century BC). According to recent WHO report, India accounts for 60% of the new Leprosy cases detected in the world in About • As per WHO and National Leprosy Eradication Programme data, India accounts for 60% of new cases detected ini.e., lakh out of lakh.
Check OPD schedule and book appointment online with best Leprosy from top hospitals in India. Call to talk to in-house Credihealth experts for FREE medical assistance to choose the right Leprosy, get options for Second Opinion or other other medical assistance/5(10).
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Sinha, Harshit. Leprosy in India. Jaipur: Rawat Publications, (OCoLC) Online version: Sinha, Harshit. Eddie Askew, the former general director of the Leprosy Mission (TLM), who has died a devoted half a century to the disease and its consequences.
Leprosy in Ancient India. Early texts, including the Atharava Veda (circa BC) and the Laws of Manu ( BC), mention various skin diseases translated as leprosy. The Laws prohibited contact with those affected by leprosy and punished those who married into their families, effectively ostracizing those with the disease for their past Sushruta Samhita ( BC) recommended Cited by:.
Includes index Published also under title: Leprosy in foreign coutries "His Hawaiian Majesty's Government, anxious to provide every possible means for the treatment and understanding of the fearful malady addressed letters of enquiry to the Secretary of British India, to the Colonial Secretary of Ceylon, and to the Diplomatic and Consular representatives of the Hawaiian Kingdom in Pages: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Venkateswara Rao, K.
Leprosy in rural India. Delhi: Manak Publications, (OCoLC) Document Type.Read this book on Questia. Leprosy in Colonial South India is not only a history of a disease, it is also a history of colonial power in 19th-century British India as seen through the lens of British medical and legal encounters with leprosy and its sufferers.