Pulmonary Alveolar Carcinoma – Diagnostic Chart

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Pulmonary Alveolar Carcinoma – Diagnostic Chart

Conflict:

Fear of death-panic-conflict

  • Left alveoli: formerly only for CO2 elimination, now also O2 uptake.
  • Right alveoli: formerly only for O2 uptake, now also CO2 elimination.

Idiom:

  • Diagnosis shock: “You have cancer!”
  • “I lost my breath!”
  • “I thought I was going to die!”

Hamer Focus:

In the brainstem (pons), right dorsal (backward)

Active phase:

Round-looking or flat-growing alveolar adeno-ca of the resorptive grade. So-called. Pulmonary round nodules that grow only until the resolution of the fear of death conflict.

Healing:

In the presence of mycobacteria (TBC): caseating-necrotizing degradation of the pulmonary nodules with the formation of caverns (emphysema), pulmonary tuberculosis (pneumonic plague). Otherwise encapsulation of compact tumors.

Crisis:

Centralization (inconspicuous)

Biological Sense:

Active phase

Absorptive type: better resorption of the air morsel

Notice:

  • Fear of death for self = many pulmonary nodules
  • Deathly fear for someone else = a single pulmonary nodule

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