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The inner skins include the peritoneum, pericardium, pleura, and pleura of the lungs. All of them are controlled from the cerebellum. This always involves attack conflicts.

Mesothelioma

The mesothelioma NEW is the connective tissue, for example, bone, and is controlled from the cerebral medulla.

    PERITONEUM

    Ascites

    In the case of ascites (abdominal fluid), we speak of SYNDROME. In SYNDROME, the renal collecting tubes are always active (refugee conflict, feeling left alone) and any SBS in healing. In ascites, the peritoneum is in healing. Thus a solved “attack against the abdomen conflict” (typical after a performed operation).

      Peritoneal Cancer

      The cause of peritoneal cancer is an attack against the abdomen. Often it is the doctor’s announcement: “We have to operate on your belly!

        PLEURA

        Pleura

        The pleura comprises the pleura of the ribs and the lungs (attack against the thorax, against the lungs).

          Pleura Mesothelioma

          The pleural mesothelioma develops in the active phase after an attack conflict against the thorax.

            PERICARDIUM

            Pericardial Effusion

            Pericardial effusion occurs during the healing phase after a resolved “attack against the heart” conflict concerning the pericardium. The effusion becomes particularly large if there is also SYNDROM.

              Pericardial Cancer

              Pericardial cancer (mesothelioma of the pericardium) develops in the active phase of an “attack against the heart”.

                Cerebellar Shrinkage

                Cerebellar shrinkage is the result of recurring “attack on the heart” conflicts. The brain relay associated with the pericardium is located in the middle of the cerebellum.

                  Pericarditis

                  Due to a poly-cyclic course in an attack against the heart affecting the pericardium, the pericardium can harden over time. This hardening is known as Pericarditis.

                    Pericardial Mesothelioma

                    The pericardial mesothelioma develops in the active phase after an “attack against the heart” conflict.