Esophageal Carcinoma – Diagnostic Chart

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Esophageal Carcinoma – Diagnostic Chart

Conflict:

Conflict of not being able to swallow the morsel.
Often it’s about the house, car … something that you want to incorporate but suddenly can not. You want to swallow the morsel, but you can’t.
The esophageal Ca means that you want to swallow the morsel, but you can’t. (In contrast to esophageal Ca. (Contrast with esophageal squamous cell Ca, where you have to or should swallow something but don’t want to swallow it; you want to spit it out. This distinction applies in principle to the whole nasopharyngeal-mouth area).

Idiom:

Hamer Focus:

HH in brainstem lateral right

active phase:

The lower third makes compact cauliflower-like growing adeno-Ca of secretory grade or flat growing adeno-Ca of resorptive grade.
Also, in the upper 2/3, there are sometimes residual islands of the old intestinal mucosa, which can then form submucosal adeno-Ca.

Healing:

Tuberculous-cheesy necrotizing degradation of the tumor. The healed remnants are often misinterpreted as “esophageal varices”.
Caution: often bleed unnoticed.

Crisis:

Centralization

Biological Sense:

  • Active phase Secretory type: cell proliferation to digest a stuck morsel and transport it further.
  • Absorptive type: to check the consistency of the food (similar to the mouth).

Notice:

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