Blood Vessels – Smooth Musculature left – Diagnostic Chart

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Blood Vessels – Smooth Musculature on the left

Conflict:

Need for solidification of the vascular wall (arteries and veins).

Idiom:

Hamer Focus:

HH in equilateral midbrain, left.

Active phase:

During vessel wall necrosis, the smooth musculature layer simultaneously thickens, preventing vessel perforation.

Healing:

In the pcl-phase, vessel wall necrosis is repaired (athero- or arteriosclerosis). The reinforced vascular smooth musculature remains thickened.

Crisis:

locally increased peristalsis

Biological Sense:

Active phase
Simultaneous smooth muscle thickening during Intima vascular necrosis as a useful germ layer-spanning combination.

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