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Kidney parenchyma
The renal parenchyma filters blood and forms urine.
Exception: from brain to organ it is not crossed!
See also: kidney collecting tubes, renal pelvis.
Fluid Conflict:
• Seeing someone (almost) drown or almost drowning yourself
• Flooding, house or room flooded
• Having drunk too much, alcoholism
• Peeing in the pants, incontinence
• Seeing a lot of blood, spleen problems (sequelae)
• Fear in heavy rain of aquaplaning
• etc.
CA phase
Cellular breakdown in the renal parenchyma and blood pressure increase to compensate for the reduced tissue to filter the proper amount of blood.
PCL phase
Rebuilding of cells in the renal parenchyma, kidney cancer.
From the "hole(s)," one or more cysts form and are filled with renal parenchyma tissue. During this process, they attach to the surrounding tissues for support and nutrition. This is interpreted as an "invasive and aggressive renal tumor."
Swollen abdomen, fatigue, possible pain. The new tissue is fragile and can tear quickly. The pain and fatigue causes one to keep quiet. Worsening of symptoms with syndrome.
Expulsion of fluid, drying up of cysts, which detach from surrounding tissues. Normalization of blood pressure.
Biological utility
The biological utility at the end of the PCL-B: renal cyst.
Extra kidney parenchyma and permanently improved filtration capacity. The fluid that one could not handle before can now be processed.
After 9 months, one or more "extra" kidneys are formed with their own artery and vein, which will participate in urine production. The high blood pressure has thus become unnecessary.
Men syndrome: large, fluid-filled cysts in the PCL-A, which may not have completely dried up by the end of the program.
Learn more about this program in the comprehensive article on the renal parenchyma.