Category Archives: Cerebral Medulla

The cerebral medulla controls the NEW MESODERM (orange group, connective tissue). This is a matter of self-devaluation. In the active phase, the tissue necrotizes. This conflict must be resolved, otherwise, the connective tissue will dissolve. In the healing phase, the bacteria help to replenish these necroses under the swelling. At the end of the healing phase, the swelling goes down, but the connective tissue remains stronger than before. The biological sense of these special programs is in this permanent strengthening of function. The left cerebral medulla controls the right side of the organ and vice versa (there are exceptions!)

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