Tonsil Cancer left – Diagnostic Chart

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Tonsil Cancer left – Diagnostic Chart

Conflict of not being able to spit out a (fecal) morsel due to lack of secretion.
In the ancient pharyngeal period, saliva was also used to help the feces slide out of the pharynx’s orifice. The excrement was “salivated.” From it still our “spitting out” wants (with the secretion of the salivary glands) and “throwing up” wants, namely the excrement morsel. Mucus and saliva are the same.
Since there is no more gullet but only a “mouth,” the conflict is predominantly “transferred,” understood as spitting out and wanting to vomit out.

Idiom:

Wanting to vomit out, wanting to spit out.

Hamer Focus:

HH in the brainstem left dorsal

Active phase:

Tonsillar hyperplasia = tonsillar hypertrophy = cauliflower-like growing adeno-ca of secretory grade. Enlarged, often “fissured” tonsils when multiple adenocarcinomas with tuberculous caseation had already expired in the pcl-phase.

Healing:

Fetid tuberculous caseation of tonsillar hyperplasia: purulent tonsillitis, tonsillar abscess caused by fungi (tonsillar mycosis), or fungal bacteria (tonsillar TB).

Crisis:

Centralization

Biological Sense:

  • To want to salivate a morsel of feces, better expel it from the gullet.
  • A morsel you do not want to be able to break out better.

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