Category Archives: Recklinghausen’S Disease

Recklinghausen’s disease is the active phase of an (unpleasant) touch conflict. In the active phase, there is a nerve sheath proliferation (glia) to block the information of this unpleasant touch. ATTENTION: EXCEPTION!

Neurofibroma right – Diagnostic Chart of Germanische Heilkunde

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Neurofibromas, better peripheral gliomas (exception). This proliferation of nerve sheaths represents a kind of sluice, with the help of which the periphery’s sensory stimuli are to be blocked not to reach the brain in the first place.  Sensory loss. The histology of glioma is intrinsically mesodermal, but it behaves like an old-brain tissue. However, the […]

Neurofibroma left – Diagnostic Chart of Germanische Heilkunde

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Neurofibromas, better peripheral gliomas (exception). This proliferation of nerve sheaths represents a kind of sluice, with the help of which the periphery’s sensory stimuli are to be blocked not to reach the brain in the first place.  Sensory loss. The histology of glioma is intrinsically mesodermal, but it behaves like an old-brain tissue. However, the […]

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