Parathyroid Carcinoma left – Diagnostic Chart

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Parathyroid Carcinoma left – Diagnostic Chart

Conflict:

Conflict of not being able to spit out a bad morsel.
Conflict by not having secured the muscle contractivity (potential muscle activity) due to too low calcium levels. As a result, the unwanted lump could not be excreted due to a lack of secretion. (In the past, parathyroid glands were exocrine glands secreted into the intestine; today, they are endocrine glands secrete their hormone into the blood).

Idiom:

Hamer Focus:

HH in the brainstem (pons), left dorsal (backward).

Active phase:

Compact, cauliflower-like growing adeno-Ca of secretory and absorptive quality, so-called hard goiter with hyperparathyroidism (parathyroid hormone) regulating calcium levels. The acini are remnants of the old intestinal mucosa.

Healing:

In most cases, the rough, nodular parathyroid tumors persist and become encapsulated. However, the nodules become tuberculous if fungi or fungal bacteria have gained access during the conflict-active phase. The latter would be the normal biological process. In the process, the hormone level normalizes.

Crisis:

Centralization

Biological Sense:

Active phase
Absorptive type only: increase calcium level to improve muscle contractility. In particular, defecating smooth muscle activity left side of the pharynx (parathyroid gland used to be an excretory gland releasing secretion into the intestine).

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