Category Archives: Splenomegaly

Bleeding, injury conflict affects the spleen. In the conflict-active phase, the spleen necrotizes. In the healing phase, the necroses are replenished with swelling. At the end of healing, the swelling goes down again. However, the spleen remains thicker than it was before and thus has a permanent increase in function (luxury group).

Spleen-Cancer – Diagnostic Chart of Germanische Heilkunde

Splenic necrosis, holes in the spleen, in pcl-phase so called splenomegaly. Spleen = large lymph node on the left side. After splenectomy (removal of the spleen), an adjacent paraortic lymph node becomes the spleen with all the functions (platelet depot) of the former spleen. Conflict: Self-devaluation collapse associated with “blood.” Handiness irrelevant Example: incapacity to […]