Adrenal Cortex Cancer left
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Adrenal cortex necrosis, left (adrenal gland = lymph node)
Conflict, being thrown off track, taking the wrong path, or “backing the wrong horse.”
- for the right-handed person concerning mother or child
- for the left-handed person concerning partner
HH in transition from midbrain to occipital cerebral-medulla on the right side.
Necrosis of the adrenal cortex. Decreased cortisol excretion, resulting in “stressed fatigue.” The organism is forcibly slowed down “on the wrong track.” Waterhouse-Friderichsen syndrome, Morbus-Addison.
Filling of the necroses and adrenocortical cysts up to the size of a fist, which indurates after a short time and produces excessive cortisol (+ aldosterone). Despite vagotonia, increased cortisol levels are produced in interaction with the pituitary gland to bring the organism back “on track” (+ hirsutism)—Cushing’s syndrome.
At the end of the healing phase and permanent
Amplification of cortisol production
Adrenal gland = lymph node