Organ Urinary Tract

Urinary tract
urinary tract

The organ urinary tract is covered with squamous epithelium, starting with the renal pelvis and continuing through the ureters, the entire bladder, and the urethra. This is always a matter of territorial marking conflicts. The man has his outer territory, and the woman has her inner territory (nest).

Chart Cerebral Cortex-Ectoderm

Bladder Mucosa Cancer left

Bladder Mucosa Cancer left Conflict: Territorial marking conflict. Boundary conflict Handedness and hormonal position decisive Male: boundary disputes with the neighboring chief. Female: not being

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Bladder Mucosa Cancer right

Bladder Mucosa Cancer right Conflict: Territorial marking conflict. Border conflict Handedness and hormonal position decisive Male: boundary disputes with the neighboring chief. Female: not being

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Bladder polyp

Bladder polyp Conflict: Ugly conflict, “mess.” Example: a pregnant woman is beaten by her husband. Idiom: What a pig! What a mess! Vile! Hamer Focus: HH in

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Chart Cerebral Cortex-Ectoderm

Ureteritis left

Ureteritis left – Diagnostic Chart Ureter mucosa ulcers, (ureteral ulcer), left side Conflict: Territory marking conflict. Conflict of not being able to mark the territory

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Chart Cerebral Cortex-Ectoderm

Ureteritis right

Ureteritis right – Diagnostic Chart Ureter mucosa ulcers, (ureteral ulcer), right side Conflict: Territory marking conflict. Conflict of not being able to mark the territory

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