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October Issue - 2015
Table of Contents- SiddhaPapers 2(3) 2015
Thempamala C.R, Sivaganeshan.S, Varnakulendran N, Shiyamala V.
Bavithra , V.Paheerathan
A.Vasanth milton raj, V. Anavarathan, P. Samundeswari, D. Periyasami, M.V. Mahadevan, V. Mahalakshmi, N.J. Muthukumar., G.T. Thiyagarajan
5. A comparative study on the common aspects of Baya Suram and Anxiety disorder
Kalai Priya, S. Merish, Thomas M.Walter
RN Hema, R Bharathi, TS Shobana
7. Compendium of Athhi Suram in Siddha system of Medicine
M. Narmada Devi, S. Merish, Thomas M. Walter
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