Kidney collecting tubule Ca left – Diagnostic Chart

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Kidney collecting tubule Ca left – Diagnostic Chart

Conflict:

  • Existential conflict for life and death (diagnosis) or financial.
  • Refugee conflict (lost everything, as if bombed out). All alone, fear of hospital, one does not feel cared for
(originally: ri. absorb urea, le. release water)

Idiom:

That got to my kidneys

Hamer Focus:

HH in brainstem left ventrally uncrossed

Active phase:

Compact cauliflower-like growing adeno-ca of secretory grade or flat growing adeno-ca of resorptive grade of tubules between renal calices and renal parenchyma of glomeruli. Water retention (refugee), urea retention (existence or ‘starvation’). Uremia, renal failure

Healing:

Biological healing with caseating necrotizing TBC or non-biological without TBC (despite solution, blockage = silent kidney remains ≠ non-functional. Water is excreted again (even with a non-biologic healing). Renal calyces appear plumped (= enlarged) due to caverns. Patients are endlessly tired, pee, and hungry! Protein in urine. Kidney pain.

Crisis:

Centralization

Biological Sense:

Active phase Saving water and urea to allow longer survival time (desert) without water and food.

Notice:

Reabsorption of isoosmotic urine, water retention, oliguria.

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