Category Archives: Wilms’ Tumor

Wilms’ tumor (renal cyst) develops during the healing phase after a resolved fluid conflict concerning the renal parenchyma. Wilms’ tumor takes 9 months to change from a liquid to a solid-state (induration).

Kidney Cyst – Wilms – Nephroblastoma in Germanische Heilkunde®

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The Mechanism of Origin of Nephroblastoma The beginning of the genesis of nephroblastoma lies in water or fluid conflict. A so-called “biological conflict,” in which we find necrosis (cell loss) in the renal parenchyma (kidney tissue) at the organic level and hypertension (high blood pressure) to compensate for this parenchymal necrosis. This occurs in the […]

Kidney Cancer right – Diagnostic Chart of Germanische Heilkunde

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Kidney paraenchyma necrosis, left kidney. Kidney cyst, Wilms tumor. Conflict: Fluid Conflict. Conflict involving water or liquid (drowned, burst pipe, leaking roof). It is unclear whether handedness is the decisive factor Idiom: – Hamer Focus: HH in the transition from midbrain to occipital cerebral medulla, right. Aktive phase: Hypertension Formation of one or more limited […]

Kidney Cancer left – Diagnostic Chart of Germanische Heilkunde

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Kidney paraenchyma necrosis, left kidney. Kidney cyst, Wilms tumor. Conflict: Fluid Conflict. Conflict involving water or liquid (drowned, burst pipe, leaking roof). It is unclear whether handedness is the decisive factor Idiom: – Hamer Focus: HH in the transition from midbrain to occipital cerebral medulla, left. Aktive phase: Hypertension Formation of one or more limited […]

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