Neurofibroma right – Diagnostic Chart
The touch is perceived as unpleasant and is unwanted. The sensitive stimulus (deep cerebellar sensitivity) is still registered peripherally, but is not transmitted, i.e., “swallowed” by the neurofibromas.
The most intense “touch conflict” is the pain conflict. In case of a pain attack (e.g., bump against the head), the organism can “switch off” the peripheral sensitivity. The pain is instantly gone, but so is the sensitivity.
- for the right-handed person concerning partner
- with the left-handed person concerning mother or child
- there are also always local – i.e., person-independent – touch conflicts (local, at the place)
HH in the dorsal and lateral corium cerebellar relay on the left.
Exception: Neurofibromas grow in the ca-phase. This process is an exception in several respects. For once, this (mesodermal) connective tissue normally grows only in the healing phase. Neurofibromas and glia are related tissues, but they behave differently. Neurofibromas grow in the ca-phase, and glia proliferates in pcl-phase. So far, there are a large number of hypotheses from which tissue glia originate (leukocytes, monocytes, lymphocytes, connective tissue, etc.). But it takes place on nerves, and there is nothing else than glial proliferation, as we know. Sensitivity can be partially or completely lost (anesthesia), although the receptive supply for skin stimuli is not disturbed.
After conflict resolution, several options arise:
- The neurofibromas remain and do not further disturb the well-being.
- The neurofibromas can be abscessed by bacteria (sebaceous-liquid). We then call them atheroma. The gout pouches can then be surgically removed as a whole (with a capsule).
Sensitivity is restored immediately after conflict resolution, first in the form of hypersensitivity and later normo-sensitivity. The so-called atheromas on the head are acuminated neurofibromas.
To block sensory information