Venous-Blood-Vessel-Necrosis on the left side
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Venous blood vessel necrosis left half of the body.
The intima of the coronary veins is a descendant of the pharyngeal arch. It is composed of squamous epithelium and is highly sensitive (see red column).
A specific self-devaluation conflict, e.g., for leg veins: “ball and chain conflict.”
- for the right-handed person concerning mother or child
- for the left-handed person concerning partner
Example: Woman becomes pregnant unintentionally, feels child as a “ball and chain conflict,” her freedom is suddenly restricted.
HH in the cerebral medulla is located in the same place where the associated bone skeleton has its relay, right.
Venous necrosis, e.g., leg veins: “cramping” veins, so called varicose veins in ca-phase. If it is the first conflict of this kind, nothing is seen yet. Only in the case of conflict recurrence, the varicose vein can also “spasm” again (probably involving the vein muscles).
The ulcerated veins become so-called varices, i.e., they become thick. The surrounding swelling is often misinterpreted as thrombophlebitis, in reality: healing of the damaged vein wall. The residual condition is the thick varicose vein—increased venous swelling in the presence of the syndrome.
At the end of the healing phase and permanent
Reinforcement of the wall of the venous blood vessels, especially also of the intima.
The intima of the coronary veins belongs to the gill arch derivatives. The intima consists of squamous epithelium and is highly sensitive (see red column).