What role does the lymphatic system play in the treatment of chronically ill patients?

Bettina Decher, Naturopath, Frankfurt, Germany
Part I
Structure and function of the lymph system
Lymphology
The term 'lymphology' is understood as the study of the structure and function of the lymph system. We further differentiate between 'lymphangiology' and 'lymphadenology'.
1. Lymphangiology describes the anatomy, function and pathophysiology of the lymphatic vascular system.
Relationships between the lymph and blood vessel system:

lymph: a very special fluid (historical derivation, composition, quantity, transportation, speed of flow, drive)
the Lymph Obligatory Load (LOL) (water, cell load, fat load and protein load)
transmural fluid and substance exchange
filtration and reabsorption
tasks fulfilled by the lymph system:
drainage function
immune function
transportation function
the significance of the interstitium

2. Lymphadenology concerns the lymph nodes, tonsils, spleen, thymus, Peyer's patches and bone marrow and is closely related to the fields of Immunology...

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Chronic inflammation and the significance of milieu regulation

Iris Fischer-Rahrs, Veterinary Surgeon, Steyerberg, Germany
A small, but important point to make before we start: Because I am a veterinary surgeon, this presentation comes under the heading of veterinary medicine. However, it relates not only to animals but also to basic research and medicine in general, and applies to both animals and humans alike.
I would like to briefly explain a bit about myself: I established my own practice in 1990 in a small village in Lower Saxony, halfway between Hanover and Bremen.
I predominantly treat dogs, but also horses and cats. I have been working with the BICOMĀ® bioresonance method since 2007 and have acted as an overseas speaker for the company Regumed since 2009.
I now use the bioresonance method for more than 90% of cases in my practice.
I have been heavily involved in this particular field for some three years now as a result of a situation that affected me personally.
I quickly realised that chronic inflammations were not just of persona...

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Treating at-risk pregnancies using the Bicom

Dr. Esra Kirsever, Gynaecologist and Obstetrician, Istanbul, Turkey

Twin-to-twin transfusion syndrome Overview
Most pregnancies result in one baby. In about one in 80 pregnancies, twins are conceived. This can occur in one of two ways:
The more common way (which accounts for two-thirds of cases) is for the two different sperm to fertilize two different eggs, resulting in what is called a dizygotic (DZ) twin gestation.

These twins are often called fraternal twins. In this type of twinning each twin has its own sac of amniotic fluid and its own placenta (afterbirth). Dizygotic twins have two sets of membranes surrounding their amniotic fluid sacs (one inner amnion layer and one outer chorion layer), and therefore they are known as diamniotic, dichorionic.
These twins are often referred to as identical twins since they have the same genetic material. Approximately one-third of MZ twins look just like fraternal twins on prenatal ultrasound since there are two separate amniotic sacs and ...

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Holistic medicine as scientific world view

Prof. Dr. Dipl.-Ing. Steffen Schulz, Berlin, Germany
In line with tradition, this Congress begins with a keynote address. Such an address can help encourage us to contemplate the wider scientific issues that concern us all at this conference before we then move on to present and discuss specific results of bioresonance therapy in various important lectures over the next few days.
One such wider issue is the physical medium which enables therapy to take effect: electromagnetic interaction. It is one of the three fundamental physical forces of Nature. The so-called strong interaction binds atomic nuclei together while the gravitational interaction or gravitational attraction does the same for the whole universe. In between, the electromagnetic interaction underlies the molecular processes of chemistry and also enables all life on our planet. It does this primarily with the light of the sun, the source of all life on earth.
I should now like to demonstrate why this same medium assumes an...

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Bicom cupping therapy – available for diagnostic procedures too

Norbert Lindner, Naturopath, Zeuthen, Germany
Dear colleagues,
Dear Mr and Mrs Brugemann,I would like to speak to you today about a
cupping therapy option which I use in my
practice, either to help make an initial
diagnosis or to treat patients with blocked
reactions.In most cases I generally achieve very good
results using bioresonance therapy and
have no difficulties in finding the correct
therapeutic approach to employ. I use the
biotensor for testing in my practice, but
just as often I use the stored program
series based on indications and without
prior testing.As I'm sure you will also have experienced,
I occasionally have patients for whom no
therapeutic approach appears to bring
about the desired results. These are what
are known as patients with blocked
reactions. Sometimes these patients have
blocks which first need to be removed.
Sometimes there will in addition be an
organ stress present which has not yet been
identified or revealed. This stress shoul...

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Hashimoto’s thyroiditis: New aspects in diagnosis and therapy

Dr. med. Sabine Rauch, Specialist in General Medicine, Simlangsdalen, Sweden
1. General and Definition
Hashimoto's thyroiditis is an autoimmune disease that causes chronic inflammation of the thyroid gland. The disease was named after the Japanese doctor Hakaru Hashimoto (1881-1934), who first described the condition in 1912.

There are two different known types, the atrophic and hypertrophic forms, with the atrophic version being by far the most common. Both types today are generally summarised under the term 'Hashimoto's thyroiditis'. Both types eventually cause an underactive thyroid (hypothyroidism).

Thyroid gland tissue is destroyed by T lymphocytes as a result of a malfunction in the immune process, this resulting in turn in chronic inflammation of the thyroid gland. Due to the increasing loss of healthy and active thyroid tissue, the thyroid gland is no longer able to form a sufficient number of hormones or deliver them to the body. At the start of the disease however there ar...

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