Venous blood vessel necrosis left – Diagnostic Chart

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Venous blood vessel necrosis left – Diagnostic Chart

Conflict:

A specific self-devaluation conflict, e.g., for leg veins: “ball and chain conflict.”

  • for the right-handed person concerning mother or child
  • for the left-handed person concerning partner

Example: Woman becomes pregnant unintentionally, feels child as a “ball and chain conflict,” her freedom is suddenly restricted.

Idiom:

Hamer Focus:

HH in the cerebral medulla is located in the same place where the associated bone skeleton has its relay, right.

Active phase:

Venous necrosis, e.g., leg veins: “cramping” veins, so-called varicose veins in ca-phase. If it is the first conflict of this kind, nothing is seen yet. Only in the case of conflict recurrence, the varicose vein can also “spasm” again (probably involving the vein muscles).

Healing:

The ulcerated veins become so-called varices, i.e., they become thick. In reality, the surrounding swelling is often misinterpreted as thrombophlebitis: healing of the damaged vein wall. The residual condition is the thick varicose vein—increased venous swelling in the presence of the syndrome.

Crisis:

Centralization

Biological Sense:

At the end of the healing phase and permanent

Reinforcement of the venous blood vessels’ wall, especially the Intima.

Notice:

The Intima of the coronary veins belongs to the gill arch derivatives. The Intima consists of squamous epithelium and is highly sensitive (see red column).

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