GANGRENE is death of a body tissue which is caused due to loss of blood supply or inadequate blood supply to the tissue. . Causes of gangrene 1)Vascular– gangrene is seen is vascular diseases such as peripheral arteriosclerosis, thrombosis of the large arteries, thrombosis of terminal aorta etc. 2)Infection– gangrene is mainly produced by clostridium perfringens, and other clostridia, bacteria such as streptococcal,staphylococcal may also produce certain forms of gangrene. 3)Neoplasm– multiple myelomas are generally associated with Raynaud phenomenon which produces gangrene. 4)Neurological– peripheral neuropathy, syringomyelia, trasverse myelitis, may beassociated with gangrene. 5)Intoxication– should keep in mind that use of ergot alkaloids may also be associated with gangrene. 6)Trauma– laceration of major artery of extremities or pressure from splinters may cause gangrene. 7)Decreased temperature– extremes of cold may produce frostbite which can ultimately lead to gangrene. 8)Autoimmune diseasessuch as lupus erythematosus, sclerederma and rheumatoid arthritis may be associated with Raynaud phenomenon and gangrene. 9)Endocrine– gangrene can be associated with diabetes. Homeopathic treatment of gangrene# Homeopathy is one of the most popular holistic systems of medicine. *Arsenic album– medicine for senile gangrene; gangrene accompanied by foetid diarrhoea; ulcers extremely painful with elevated edges, better by warmth and aggravation from cold; great weakness and emaciation. *Bromium– hospital gangrene; cancerous ulcers on face; stony hard swelling of glands of lower jaw and throat *Carbo veg– senile and humid gangrene inthe persons who are cachectic in appearance; great exhaustion of vital powers; marked prostration; foul smell of secretions; indolent ulcers, burning pain; tendency to gangrene of the margins; varicose ulcers. *Bothorps– gangrene; swollen, livid, cold with hemorrhagic infiltration; malignant erysipelas. *Echinacea– enlarged lymphatics; old tibial ulcers; gangrene; recurrent boils; carbuncles. *Lachesis– gangrenous ulcers; gangrene after injury; bluish or black looking blisters; vesicles appearing here and there, violent itching and burning; swelling and inflammation of the parts; itching pain and painful spots appearing after rubbing. *Crotolus H–gangrene, skin separated from muscles by a foetid fluid; traumatic gangrene; old scars open again. *Secale cor– pustules on the arms and legs, with tendency to gangrene; in cachectic, scrawny females with rough skin; skin shriveled, numb; mottled dusky-blue tinge; blue color of skin; dry gangrene, developing slowly; varicose ulcers; boils, small, painful with green contents; skin feels too cold to touch yet covering is not tolerated. Great aversion to heat; formication under skin. *Antrhacinum– gangrene; cellular tissues swollen and oedematous; gangrenous Parotitis; septicemia; ulceration, and sloughing and intolerable burning. *Cantharis– tendency to gangrene; vesicular eruptions; burns, scalds, with burning and itching; erysipelas, vesiculartype, with marked restlessness. *Mercurius– gangrene of the lips, cheeks and gums; inflammation and swelling of the glands of neck; pains aggravated by hot or cold applications. *Sulphuric acid– traumatic gangrene; hemorrhages from wounds; dark pustules; blue spots like suggillations; bedsores. *Phosphoric acid– medicine for senile gangrene.. THANK YOU.

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