Pericardium Carcinoma left – Diagnostic Chart

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Pericardium Carcinoma left

Conflict:

Conflict, attack against the heart
Example: punch, knife stab. Also psychologically associable: “You have a heart condition!”, or the subjective sensation: “I have a heart condition”, in the case of angina pectoris, heart attack, tachycardia, etc.

Idiom:

Hamer Focus:

HH in middle cerebellum right

Active phase:

Mesothelioma of the pericardium, partly areal growing, partly larger compact tumors (rarely). Pericardial mesothelioma, if detected at all, was considered a so-called metastasis. Very frequent myocardial infarctions are simultaneously DHS for pericardial mesothelioma.

Healing:

As little known as pericardial mesothelioma was, the cause of pericardial effusion was previously unknown, almost always misinterpreted as “heart failure.” This is usually again a conflict-recurrence for new pericardial mesothelioma. The pericardium is sometimes separated in the middle. Consequently, one may have a right and a left pericardial effusion. If the pericardium is not separated, there is circular pericardial effusion or pericardial tamponade. Pericardial tamponade is one of the most common (iatrogenic) causes of death. After expired TBC, we often find the usual calcium deposits.

Crisis:

Centralization

Biological Sense:

Active phase
Thickening of the pericardium to prevent DHS or pericardial danger (stitch or punch); also mental: “You have heart disease.”

Notice:

We distinguish exudative pericardial effusion, which is under discussion here. Besides, there is also (see under bone osteolysis – healing of ribs or strenum) so-called transudative pericardial effusion, which can sweat through the periosteum as well as through the pleura as well as into the pericardium (transudative). The pericardial effusion is noticed all the more dramatically if there is a refugee conflict simultaneously (syndrome).

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