Category Archives: Micro Calcification

The microcalcification in the breast is a conflict-active symptom of a separation conflict associated with the breast concerning the milk ducts. The breast milk remaining in the milk ducts is resorbed and the calcium in the milk is visible in the X-ray. Micro calcification is NOT a symptom of tuberculous healing!

Breast Cancer, the Most Common Cancer in Women in Germanische Heilkunde®

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The woman localizes her attachment to the child and her partner very primarily in her breast in terms of sensation. For this reason, breast disease is also the most common disease in women. According to Germanische Heilkunde®, we distinguish two types of breast cancer in the breast: 1. the so-called mammary gland cancer, medically also […]

Intraductal Mamma-Ca right – Diagnostic Chart of Germanische Heilkunde

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Intraductal epithelial ulcers right breast (in healing phase so-called Mamma-Ca: breast cancer). This refers to the ectodermal epithelial ulcer of the skin epidermis, which is developmentally invaginated by the nipple or immigrated (migrated) along the milk ducts. Conflict: Right-handed woman: partner separation conflict. “The partner has been torn from my breast”. Left-handed: separation conflict from […]

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