Oral Mucosa Carcinoma left – Diagnostic Chart

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Oral Mucosa Carcinoma left – Diagnostic Chart

Conflict:

Not being able to spit out a morsel.

Example: Alcohol test. The driver has to blow in the test and loses the driver’s license because of alcohol.

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

Idiom:

“It burns on the tip of my tongue! I had almost said it!”

Hamer Focus:

HH medio-fronto-basal right

Active phase:

A smaller or larger mucosal ulcer of the squamous oral or lingual mucosa. The longer the conflict, the larger and deeper the ulcer. Very painful.

Healing:

Severe local swelling (aphthea) of the oral mucosa occurs. May bleed. At the end of healing, it scars. No pain.

Crisis:

Absence, pain, bleeding

Biological Sense:

Active phase

Ulcerative widening of the oral cavity

Notice:

Gullet mucosa pattern

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