Advanced test protocol

It is recommended to follow this protocol after completeing a complete scan.

To carry out this protocol, the bioenergetic level domain is required and an advanced biomagnetism course has been attended.

  Disorder Description
A Abnormal toxins reservoirs:
A-1 Abscess Pus accumulation.
A-2 Exudate Organic liquid that oozes through a non-inflamed surface such as skin, mucosa or serous cavity.
A-3 Trasudate Organic liquid that oozes through a non-inflamed surface such as skin, mucosa or serous cavity.
A-4 Infiltrate Acululation of pus in an internal cavity due to infection. Serous or serous cavity.
A-5 Cyst Closed bag with its own membrane that develops abnormally in a cavity or body structure
A-6 Polyps Growth that protrudes from a mucous membrane and can become cancerous.
A-6 Diverticula Bag-shaped cavities that form in the large intestine.
A-7 Granuloma It is a more or less spherical mass of immune cells that forms when the immune system tries to isolate foreign substances that it has been unable to eliminate.
A-8 Displasia

Anomaly in the development of a tissue, an organ or an anatomical part of the organism.

A-9 Neoplasm

Anomaly in the development of a tissue, an organ or an anatomical part of the organism.

A-10 Malignant neoplasm Neoplasia whose presence affects organs, systems and / or the organism in general malignancy = cancer.
A-11 Hyperplasia Enlargement of an organ or tissue due to an increase in the number of cells.
A-12 Metaplasia It refers to the cytological transformation of mature epithelial tissue that may have a near or remote relationship.
A-13 Tumor Tissue mass of a part of the organism whose cells undergo abnormal growth and have no physiological function; These cells have a tendency to invade other parts of the body.
A-14 Metastasis Dissemination of cancer cells from one part of the body where they originally formed to another part of the body. 
B Tissue disorders:  
B-1,2 Inflammation - irritation Reaction that is triggered in a part of the organism or in the tissues of an organ, characterized by a redness of the area, increased volume, pain, heat sensation and functional disorders, and which may be caused by pathogens or irritants; It can also appear as a result of a blow.
B-3 Atrophy Less than normal growth of an organ or tissue.
B-4 Hypotrophy Superior development of an organ or tissue.
B-5 Calcification Abnormal accumulation of calcium in some tissue.
B-6 Fibrosis It is the abnormal development of connective or fibrous tissue in an organ or tissue
B-7 Hematoma Bruise, bruised blue skin, which is produced by the accumulation of blood or other body fluid.
B-8 Tear Breaking of the fiber bundles in a muscle.
B-9 Sprain Damage in an articulation, frequently presents inflammation.
B-10 Dislocation An abnormal position in a joint.
B-11 Fracture Injury or breakage of some bone.
B-12 Burn Skin burns by fire, substances, etc.
B-13 Prolapse It is the descent of an organ from it's natural position.
B-14 Necrosis Death of part of the cells that make up a tissue and organ.
C Circulatory System Disorders  
C-1 Hemorrhage (external) Blood loss or bleeding.
C-2 Internal bleeding

Blood loss that occurs from the vascular system in a cavity or body space. It is a medical emergency.

C-3 Thrombosis Formation of a clot inside a blood vessel.
C-4 Embolism Lack of blood supply to a tissue due to blockage of a vessel.
C-5 Edema Accumulation of liquid.
C-6 Aneurysm Abnormal dilation or bump in a blood vessel.
D Reaction to external substances or factors  
D-1 Anaphylactic shock Acute allergic reaction from bites, food, medications, etc.
D-2 Intoxication By various agents.
D-3 Poisoning By various agents.
D-4 Allergy Acute reaction of the immune system to various factors.
D-5 Energy sensitivity To electromagnetic fields and other energy factors.
D-6 Radiation Damage by ionizing radiation
D-7 Nutritional deficiency Lack of any nutrients such as vitamins, minerals, etc.
D-8 Foods intolerance It can be caused by various foods such as lactose, gluten, etc.
E Psycho-emotional disorders:  
E-1 Psycho-emotional pairs List of emotional pairs of Dr. Goiz and other biomagnetists.
E-2 Emotion code Release emotions using the method of Dr. Bradley Nelson
F Chakras balance:  
F-1 chakra 1 Root, attachment, fear, bone system
F-2 chakra 2 Lumbosacral, pleasure, sexuality, reproductive system
F-3 chakra 3 Hypogastric, domain, anger, assimilation, digestive system
F-4 chakra 4 Cardiac, empathy, love, circulatory system
F-5 chakra 5 Larynx, communication, hearing, respiratory system
F-6 chakra 6 Frontal, awareness, vision, nervous system
F-7 chakra 7 Coronary, enlightment
G Genetic disorders:  
  1 - 23 chromosomes They generate various disorders of genetic type


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