SNĀYU(CONNECTIVE TISSUES) IN UP - TO - DATE ANATOMY – A CONCEPTUAL REVIEW
Keywords:Snāyu, Māṃsa, Asthi, Medas.
The Snāyu (Connective tissues) is an anatomical structure whose major function is to withhold the entities like Māṃsa (Muscles), Asthi (Bones & Cartilages) & Medas (Adipose tissue), in order to give stability to the Human body in all possible ways. There are various opinions stated by many authors about the Anatomical consideration of the Snāyu, which seems to be not exact or not conclusive so as to consider it for clinical application. The concept of Snāyu as explained in Suśruta Saṃhita is very clear and can be applied clinically if understood in a proper way. This particular review is not just a critical one but there is an additional interest to carry out a research.
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