Small Intestine Carcinoma Upper Part – Diagnostic Chart

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Small Intestine Carcinoma Upper Part – Diagnostic Chart

Conflict:

Conflict, not being able to digest a morsel, indigestible anger.
Usually, the conflict has the added aspect of starvation.

Idiom:

Hamer Focus:

HH in the brainstem (pons), ventro-lateral (inferior-lateral) on the right side

Active phase:

The entire small intestine (jejunum and ileum) of 23 feet in length corresponds to a relay in the brain, otherwise provided for about 3.3 feet. The small intestine has grown developmentally very rapidly in a short time. Therefore, the flat growing small intestine adeno-Ca of the absorptive quality is widely spaced and consists of only a few intestinal cylinder epithelium-Ca layers. Therefore, mechanical ileus by the Ca rarely occurs here.

Healing:

The typical intestinal tumor in the process of degradation due to tuberculous-caking necrotization may or may not bleed. In contrast, the jejunum-Ca practically always bleeds. Bleeding mucosal fragments and mucus are shed and excreted in the feces. Until now, we had always considered such healing phases (Crohn’s disease, ileitis) as a separate disease. The shedding of bloody mucus and mucus-producing cylinder epithelium, which we have previously understood as a disease (Crohn’s disease), has in each case been only the healing phase (with or without TBC). The conflict-active phase, in which we were asymptomatic and believed ourselves healthy, was actually the tumor growth.

Crisis:

Centralization

Biological Sense:

Active phase
Food or morsel resorption, similar to the starvation conflict, to avoid starvation.

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