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While you keep insisting that the Science is non-existent, I am locating PAGES of websites that contain images, photographs, articles and descriptions of these stones. If you run google searches for intrahepatic stones, intrahepatic lithiasis, pigment stones and cholesterol stones you will be able to locate all the information you are looking for.

Below I have included some of the links which I came across by running these searches. The Pathguy website has an amazing collection of general information about the liver including numerous photographs and images.

Interestingly, many of the articles that come from Asian sources (China, Japan, Korea, Taiwan, Thailand, Cambodia, etc.) discuss a connection between intrahepatic stones and various parasites, particularly liver flukes and ascaris. One theory is that parasitic infestation results in an enlarging of ducts and allowing for an increased number of stones to develop. I have included one such link below.

As for megacolon, it is not a common condition and most often found in psychotic and developmentally-disabled populations as a result of withholding feces and resisting the natural urge to defecate. However, it can also be a complication of severe constipation, and chronic colon pathology such as Crohn's disease and ulcerative colitits. It does not occur overnight, but can develop quite rapidly over the course of several weeks. I have personally encountered one case of megacolon which occured after 7 weeks of constipation and then again after 6 weeks of constipation. This is a life-threatening condition as a result of increased toxicity, severe dehydration and a high potential for sepsis. In the case with which I am familiar, the individual was already exhibiting evidence of kidney malfunction as his urine was brown. Unfortunately he has chosen to forego the necessary diagnostic tests to determine the underlying cause of his megacolon.

As for me, I don't need scientific journals or 'experts' to tell me when my body is out of balance, nor that the Liver Flushes are tremendously beneficial for my health. I've done many flushes, expelled many 'stones', and performed my own experiments that determined that these 'stones' are NOT congealed olive oil as they are commonly described by sceptics. I do not have all the answers to the what-where-why-and-hows, but I do know when my body is functioning well and when I'm healthy, and I know that the Liver Flushes have been a significant factor in restoring my wellbeing. I have no intention of waiting for Science or the medical community to catch up with what I already know from experience, and not mere academic study!

*BTW if you really want to know about what's inside a body during autopsy you'll probably need to speak with someone besides a doctor. I have a friend who is a pathologist working in several prominent hospitals in Chicago and he has informed me that each of them uses an outsourced service that comes to the hospital and performs the cutting, disections, organ weighing and 'dirty' work of the autopsies. By the time the doctor/pathologist views the body it is largely draped and prepped for a quick and clean look-see. The ones who do the grunt work could probably tell you much more than any medical professional! ©†ƒ……•™¼‡_Original_Message_¾€š½ž¢«»¬ï°©

While you keep insisting that the Science is non-existent, I am locating PAGES of websites that contain images, photographs, articles and descriptions of these stones. If you run google searches for intrahepatic stones, intrahepatic lithiasis, pigment stones and cholesterol stones you will be able to locate all the information you are looking for.

Below I have included some of the links which I came across by running these searches. The Pathguy website has an amazing collection of general information about the liver including numerous photographs and images.

Interestingly, many of the articles that come from Asian sources (China, Japan, Korea, Taiwan, Thailand, Cambodia, etc.) discuss a connection between intrahepatic stones and various parasites, particularly liver flukes and ascaris. One theory is that parasitic infestation results in an enlarging of ducts and allowing for an increased number of stones to develop. I have included one such link below.

As for megacolon, it is not a common condition and most often found in psychotic and developmentally-disabled populations as a result of withholding feces and resisting the natural urge to defecate. However, it can also be a complication of severe constipation, and chronic colon pathology such as Crohn's disease and ulcerative colitits. It does not occur overnight, but can develop quite rapidly over the course of several weeks. I have personally encountered one case of megacolon which occured after 7 weeks of constipation and then again after 6 weeks of constipation. This is a life-threatening condition as a result of increased toxicity, severed dehydration and a high potential for sepsis. In the case with which I am familiar, the individual was already exhibiting evidence of kidney malfunction as his urine was brown. Unfortunately he has chosen to forego the necessary diagnostic tests to determine the underlying cause of his megacolon.

As for me, I don't need scientific journals or 'experts' to tell me when my body is out of balance, nor that the Liver Flushes are tremendously beneficial for my health and well-being. I've done many flushes, expelled many 'stones', and performed my own experiments that determined that these 'stones' are NOT congealed olive oil as they are commonly described by sceptics. I do not have all the answers to the what-where-why-and-hows, but I do know when my body is functioning well and when I'm healthy, and I know that the liver flushes have been a significant factor in restoring my wellbeing. I have no intention of waiting for science or the medical community to catch up with what I already know from experience and not mere academic study!

*BTW if you really want to know about what's inside a body during autopsy you'll probably need to speak with someone besides a doctor. I have a friend who is a pathologist working in several prominent hospitals in Chicago and he has informed me that each of them uses an outsourced service that comes to the hospital and performs the cutting, disections, organ weighing and 'dirty' work of the autopsies. By the time the doctor/pathologist views the body it is largely draped and prepped for a quick and clean look-see. The ones who do the grunt work could probably tell you much more than any medical professional!


http://www-medlib.med.utah.edu/WebPath/CINJHTML/CINJ044.html
http://www-medlib.med.utah.edu/WebPath/LIVEHTML/LIVER022.html
http://www.pathguy.com/lectures/liver.htm
http://www.apdnews.net/news/okuda.htm
http://www.eurorad.org/case.cfm?uid=1169

 

 
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