Living in Confidence

How the Mind Controles the Body 

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See also: alveoli, mucus cup cells, and bronchial mucosa.
Whether it is the left or right side of the pleura (pleura) depends on biological dexterity.
Attack against the lungs or chest, whether literal (for example, during a knife attack or surgery) or metaphorical (for example, a diagnosis: you have lung cancer).
CA phase
Increase of cells in the pleura. The cell increase can be flat growing: the entire breast is attacked or form a compact sphere: a localized attack. If the latter is found, it is interpreted as a metastasis. This occurs mainly in the healing phase.
Biological utility
Strengthening of the pleura to better withstand the attack.
PCL phase
Normalization of function. Degradation of cells by TB bacteria, if present.
Pleuritis. Fatigue, night sweats, in chest, possibly elevation/fever. Fluid at the lungs due to healing swelling, hardly noticed without a syndrome.
With syndrome: decreased lung function, pulmonary insufficiency, breathing difficulties. This diagnosis often causes a hanging cure: "my lungs are no good," attack against the lungs.
Because of the tightness also often sequelae, for example, fear of fright or fear of territory, fear of death. Knowledge of biological laws can reduce these sequelae, but in practice breathing difficulties are very traumatic.
Strong pains, chills and cold sweats.
There may be calcium residue visible at the end of the PCL-B, see old mesoderm.