Esophageal Cancer left – Diagnostic Chart

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Esophageal Cancer left – Diagnostic Chart

Conflict:

Not wanting to swallow a morsel, wanting to spit it out again.

  • for the right-handed person concerning mother or child
  • for the left-handed person concerning partner

Idiom:

Hamer Focus:

HH fronto parietal-basal right

Active phase:

Ulcers in the upper esophageal region (upper 2/3). Since the squamous epithelium is very thick here, it takes 6 to 10 months before deep, visible ulcers are detectable gastroscopically. The esophagus is divided with respect to innervation (nervous supply); right and left are innervated and crossed. Swallowing spasms.

Healing:

Swallowing stenoses. In this phase, the diagnosis is usually “papswallow stenosis” on X-ray. Now one would actually only have to wait for the end of the healing phase, since nothing more can actually happen. If the conflict lasts for a long time and/or is very intense, the swelling may cause swallowing difficulties. This can be remedied using a stomach tube through the nose for 2-3 months until the swelling has subsided.

Crisis:

Absence

Biological Sense:

Active phase

Ulcerative widening of the esophageal diameter.

Notice:

Outer-skin pattern

Esophageal squamous ulcer, upper 2/3

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