Organ Connective Tissue

The Organ Connective Tissue is controlled from the cerebral medulla and is found as supporting tissue in all organs. Glia in the brain is a special connective tissue that occurs only directly on the nerves.

Organ Bone

The organ bone always has a severe self-value collapse as its conflict content. Each bone and each joint has its own self-value content. With the

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Organ Cartilage

The Organ Cartilage has a slight self-value collapse as conflict content. Each joint has its own self-value content.

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Organ Lymph Node

The organ lymph node has a slight self-esteem conflict as its conflict content and is controlled from the cerebral medulla. Similar to the bone, each

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