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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.
Self-devaluation collapse associated with “blood.”
- Handiness irrelevant
Example: incapacity to fight due to bleeding, a large wound, bleeding-injury conflict, also blood-transfusion conflict. Blood-cancer diagnosis conflict (in our brain, we cannot distinguish blood transfusion from bleeding).
HH in the cerebral medulla right parietobasal, at the site where the spleen has its normal place as a lymph node.
The spleen is actually a lymph node, but a special one. In ca-phase: Splenic-necrosis and thrombocytopenia. Instantaneously with the DHS, which in nature is usually synonymous with a severe, bleeding wound, the thrombocytes go into a tailspin, i.e., they disappear from the bloodstream. The biological sense is to prevent thrombus embolism (blood clot embolism) in the blood vessels. In the ca-phase, thrombocyte transfusions are pointless.
As soon as the wound is provisionally healed, the thrombocytes rise again spontaneously! In the pcl-phase, thrombocyte transfusions are superfluous. Moreover: in humans, blood transfusions or a diagnosis of blood cancer can also become DHS because a blood transfusion is associated with bleeding. The spleen refills the necroses and swells strongly (splenomegaly = good sign).
Only in severe and prolonged blood conflict should surgery be considered even before massive splenomegaly is expected.
at the end of the healing phase and permanent
The biological sense here is both at the end of the healing phase, the enlarged spleen and – as an exception – the biologically sensible thrombocytopenia mechanism of the periphery in the ca- phase. Similarly, in fluid conflict, the increased blood pressure in the ca-phase has its biological sense.
Holes in the spleen, in the 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.