The hygienic system. by Herbert M. Shelton

By Herbert M. Shelton

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These may develop in any glandular structure, as pancreas, kidneys, salivary glands, mammary glands, sebaceous glands (wens). (b) Exudation Cysts; which arise in cavities having no excretory duct. These occur in bursae, tendon sheath, thyroid, ovary, tunica vaginalis (hydrocele), canal neck, certain ganglia, hygroma and the central canal of the spinal cord. The effusion in pleurisy sometimes becomes circumscribed by adhesions, or it may be encapsulated to the diaphragm. (c) Extravasation Cysts; which result from a collection of blood in a pre-existing cavity, e.

The complex animal body is adequately equipped with organs and structures, the function of which is to excrete and eliminate from it all waste matter, toxins etc. Chief among these are the lungs, kidneys, bowels, liver and the mucous surfaces of the hollow organs of the body. No special notice will be given these regions at this place. I desire, however, to direct attention to one phase of the work of keeping the body clean that is frequently overlooked. , that get into these. These passages are lined with fine hair-like projections called cilia.

Spirit invasion was called possession or obsession; germ invasion is called infection. The fact that the "attack" theory was framed in an age when primitive ideas and mythologies, now completely consigned to the limbo reserved for exploded myths, constituted the philosophy of mankind, naturally militates against the truth or probability of the hypothesis in question. Being a primitive imagining it would be most likely a wrong and untrue one. Yet, in this age of science, we still employ the language of the "attack" theory.

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