Organ Inner Skins

The organ inner skins include the peritoneum, pericardium, pleura, and pleura of the lungs. All of them are controlled from the cerebellum. This always involves attack conflicts.

Organ Brain

The organ brain is divided into the old brain and the new brain. The brainstem, midbrain, and cerebellum belong to the old brain. The cerebral

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Organ Heart

The organ heart has the atria (smooth muscle) and the ventricles (striated muscle). The coronary vessels are lined internally with squamous epithelium. The pericardium lines

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Syndrome in Germanische Heilkunde

The Syndrome is another significant discovery. The Germanische Heilkunde® has developed stormily in the past years, especially in the field of the so-called psychoses (constellations)

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