In todays globalized era facial impressions has become very important to survive. Good Facial complexion with depigmented skin helps to Improve personality and self-confidence. Various cosmetic disorders are occurring due to hectic lifestyle, dietary habits, increased pollution etc.
Vyanga is one of those cosmetological issues which affect one’s facial beauty. Vyanga is classified as kshudraroga in classical texts which occurs due to vitiated vata and pitta dosha and characterized by the presence of Niruja and Shyavavarna mandalas on face. It is one of the most common problem as regards the face is concerned. On the basis of clinical features, it can be compared with facial melanosis, one of the hyperpigmented disorders.
Before treating any disorder it is very important to understand it by all means like by signs and symptoms, etiology, pathogenesis, classification to achieve a success in treatment.
Current article focuses to gather all of types, diagnosis, etiology, pathogenesis and treatment of vyanga according to both modern and classical view.
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