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You know. The usual boring stuff.

#Interstitium #neworgan #meridian #tcm #accupuncture 
But remember this. 
If you have been doing all the "right" things for recovery but not recovering, it could be your liver. Liver is made up of sinusoids. 
Wiki:

A sinusoid is a small blood vessel that is a type of capillary similar to a fenestrated endothelium. 🤓 open pore vessels. A hole-y pipe. That opens to interstitium. Which no one cared about until now. 
A liver sinusoid is a type of sinusoidal blood vessel (with fenestrated, discontinuous endothelium) that serves as a location for mixing of the oxygen-rich blood from the hepatic artery and the nutrient-rich blood from the portal vein. Hepatocytes are separated from the sinusoids by the space of Disse.
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The splenic sinuses of the spleen, also known as sinusoids, are wide vessels that drain into pulp veins which themselves drain into trabecular veins. Gaps in the endothelium lining the sinusoids mechanically filter blood cells as they enter the spleen.
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Sinusoids are found in the liver, lymphoid tissue, endocrine organs, and hematopoietic organs such as the bone marrow and the spleen.

It could be all of the above. 
See how 📌 works? 💅

#adrenalfatigue 
#adrenalfatiguerecovery 
#quantumdisease 
#quantumbiology
You know. The usual boring stuff. #Interstitium  #neworgan  #meridian  #tcm  #accupuncture  But remember this. If you have been doing all the "right" things for recovery but not recovering, it could be your liver. Liver is made up of sinusoids. Wiki: A sinusoid is a small blood vessel that is a type of capillary similar to a fenestrated endothelium. 🤓 open pore vessels. A hole-y pipe. That opens to interstitium. Which no one cared about until now. A liver sinusoid is a type of sinusoidal blood vessel (with fenestrated, discontinuous endothelium) that serves as a location for mixing of the oxygen-rich blood from the hepatic artery and the nutrient-rich blood from the portal vein. Hepatocytes are separated from the sinusoids by the space of Disse. 🤔 The splenic sinuses of the spleen, also known as sinusoids, are wide vessels that drain into pulp veins which themselves drain into trabecular veins. Gaps in the endothelium lining the sinusoids mechanically filter blood cells as they enter the spleen. 🦆 Sinusoids are found in the liver, lymphoid tissue, endocrine organs, and hematopoietic organs such as the bone marrow and the spleen. It could be all of the above. See how 📌 works? 💅 #adrenalfatigue  #adrenalfatiguerecovery  #quantumdisease  #quantumbiology 
Same but different! 
Ab Mitte Juni wird die „alte“ #Orgel des Brucknerhauses demontiert und bis zum Beginn des Internationalen #Brucknerfest Linz am 4. September 2018 wieder neu aufgebaut. Der Ab- und Aufbau wird dabei durchgängig von einer Kamera begleitet. Mehr Infos dazu folgen...
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#brucknerhaus #linz #organ #new #music #classic #classical #neworgan #neu #orgelpfeifen #denkmal #denkmalschutz #visitlinz #linzer #visitaustria #linzag #classical #concerthall #classicslmusic #instamusic
Same but different! Ab Mitte Juni wird die „alte“ #Orgel  des Brucknerhauses demontiert und bis zum Beginn des Internationalen #Brucknerfest  Linz am 4. September 2018 wieder neu aufgebaut. Der Ab- und Aufbau wird dabei durchgängig von einer Kamera begleitet. Mehr Infos dazu folgen... __ #brucknerhaus  #linz  #organ  #new  #music  #classic  #classical  #neworgan  #neu  #orgelpfeifen  #denkmal  #denkmalschutz  #visitlinz  #linzer  #visitaustria  #linzag  #classical  #concerthall  #classicslmusic  #instamusic 
So this thing is a lot of fun. Thanks @andreabelltower 
#neworgan #vintage #keyboard #zeroyears #vintageorgan #yamahaorgan
I am grateful for the opportunity to learn from a distinguished teacher, Richard Harty PT. This past weekend I learned new Myofascial Release techniques and deepened my understanding of this powerful work. Thank you Richard for sharing your 25 years of experience with us! 
#myofascialrelease #training #connectivetissue #fascia #reclaimyourhealthredding #keeplearning #followthebody #artofbodywork #gratitide #grateful #neworgan #interstitium
Top 10 Most fascinating science facts you should know- The Top Ten Today
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Das könnte für uns auch no spannend werden:

https://www.br.de/themen/wissen/organ-struktur-netzwerk-krebs-100.html

#lipödemkämpferin #fightlipedema #lipedema #dickebeine #lipödem #neworgan #lymphe #lymphostase #lymphödem
The ‘New’ Organ, read about it here!  Structure and Distribution of an Unrecognized Interstitium in Human Tissue. #neworgan #interstitium #pilatesmanitoba  https://www.nature.com/articles/s41598-018-23062-6.pdf
The ‘New’ Organ, read about it here! Structure and Distribution of an Unrecognized Interstitium in Human Tissue. #neworgan  #interstitium  #pilatesmanitoba  https://www.nature.com/articles/s41598-018-23062-6.pdf
I don't normally repost but this one is important!! Western med finds San Jiao! Also can be understood by those that understand Dr Morse ND 
#moveyourlymph #cellularregeneration

#Repost @flow_acupuncture_slc (@get_repost)
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Meet the 👯‍♀️ best friend you never knew you had: your INTERSTITIUM!
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Researchers from New York University Langone School of Medicine  say they’ve found a ✨NEW ORGAN✨ in the body!
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A network of fluid-filled spaces in tissue that hadn’t been seen before- described by  co-senior study author Dr. Neil Theise as an “open, fluid-filled 💧🛣 highway.”
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These fluid-filled spaces were discovered in connective tissues all over the body, including below the skin’s surface; lining the digestive tract, lungs and urinary systems; and surrounding muscles, according to a new study detailing the findings, published today Tuesday in the journal Scientific Reports.
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Umm 🙄....👋🏻HI. 
MEET THE SAN JIAO.
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Chinese medicine practitioners discovered this organ over 2000 years ago!!!!
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Described in the ancient text "Classic of Categories" dating back to 1624 the "san jiao" organ is described as "Outside the internal organs and inside the body [i.e. between the skin and the internal organs], wrapping the internal organs like a net, there is a cavity that is a [organ.]"
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In Chinese Medicine we have understood the important and amazing function of the san jiao in the body, like regulating water, detoxification, lymph distribution, and metabolism.
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NICE OF YOU TO JOIN US, WESTERN MEDICINE! 🤦🏻‍♀️
Late to the party, but we're happy to have you! 😆🤷🏻‍♀️😎
I don't normally repost but this one is important!! Western med finds San Jiao! Also can be understood by those that understand Dr Morse ND #moveyourlymph  #cellularregeneration  #Repost  @flow_acupuncture_slc (@get_repost) ・・・ Meet the 👯‍♀️ best friend you never knew you had: your INTERSTITIUM! • Researchers from New York University Langone School of Medicine say they’ve found a ✨NEW ORGAN✨ in the body! • A network of fluid-filled spaces in tissue that hadn’t been seen before- described by co-senior study author Dr. Neil Theise as an “open, fluid-filled 💧🛣 highway.” • These fluid-filled spaces were discovered in connective tissues all over the body, including below the skin’s surface; lining the digestive tract, lungs and urinary systems; and surrounding muscles, according to a new study detailing the findings, published today Tuesday in the journal Scientific Reports. • Umm 🙄....👋🏻HI. MEET THE SAN JIAO. • Chinese medicine practitioners discovered this organ over 2000 years ago!!!! • Described in the ancient text "Classic of Categories" dating back to 1624 the "san jiao" organ is described as "Outside the internal organs and inside the body [i.e. between the skin and the internal organs], wrapping the internal organs like a net, there is a cavity that is a [organ.]" • In Chinese Medicine we have understood the important and amazing function of the san jiao in the body, like regulating water, detoxification, lymph distribution, and metabolism. • NICE OF YOU TO JOIN US, WESTERN MEDICINE! 🤦🏻‍♀️ Late to the party, but we're happy to have you! 😆🤷🏻‍♀️😎
Repost from @flow_acupuncture_slc 
Meet the 👯‍♀️ best friend you never knew you had: your INTERSTITIUM!
•

Researchers from New York University Langone School of Medicine  say they’ve found a ✨NEW ORGAN✨ in the body!
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A network of fluid-filled spaces in tissue that hadn’t been seen before- described by  co-senior study author Dr. Neil Theise as an “open, fluid-filled 💧🛣 highway.”
•

These fluid-filled spaces were discovered in connective tissues all over the body, including below the skin’s surface; lining the digestive tract, lungs and urinary systems; and surrounding muscles, according to a new study detailing the findings, published today Tuesday in the journal Scientific Reports.
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Umm 👋HI. 
MEET THE SAN JIAO.
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Chinese medicine practitioners discovered this organ over 2000 years ago!!
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Described in the ancient text "Classic of Categories" dating back to 1624 the "san jiao" organ is described as "Outside the internal organs and inside the body [i.e. between the skin and the internal organs], wrapping the internal organs like a net, there is a cavity that is a [organ.]"
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In Chinese Medicine we have understood the important and amazing function of the san jiao in the body, like regulating water, detoxification, lymph distribution, and metabolism.
•

NICE OF YOU TO JOIN US, WESTERN MEDICINE! 🤦🏻‍♀️
Late to the party, but we're happy to have you! 
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#interstitium #interstizio #neworgan #fluid #sanjiao #tripleheater #acupuncture #acupunctura #agopuntura #agopunturaroma #acupuncturediaries #acupuncturist #acupuncturelife #acupuncturist #acupuncturerocks #acupunctureworks #acupunctureheals #acupuncturestudent #holisticmedicine #tcm #traditionalchinesemedicine #chinesemedicine #medicinacinese
Repost from @flow_acupuncture_slc Meet the 👯‍♀️ best friend you never knew you had: your INTERSTITIUM! • Researchers from New York University Langone School of Medicine say they’ve found a ✨NEW ORGAN✨ in the body! • A network of fluid-filled spaces in tissue that hadn’t been seen before- described by co-senior study author Dr. Neil Theise as an “open, fluid-filled 💧🛣 highway.” • These fluid-filled spaces were discovered in connective tissues all over the body, including below the skin’s surface; lining the digestive tract, lungs and urinary systems; and surrounding muscles, according to a new study detailing the findings, published today Tuesday in the journal Scientific Reports. • Umm 👋HI. MEET THE SAN JIAO. • Chinese medicine practitioners discovered this organ over 2000 years ago!! • Described in the ancient text "Classic of Categories" dating back to 1624 the "san jiao" organ is described as "Outside the internal organs and inside the body [i.e. between the skin and the internal organs], wrapping the internal organs like a net, there is a cavity that is a [organ.]" • In Chinese Medicine we have understood the important and amazing function of the san jiao in the body, like regulating water, detoxification, lymph distribution, and metabolism. • NICE OF YOU TO JOIN US, WESTERN MEDICINE! 🤦🏻‍♀️ Late to the party, but we're happy to have you! _______________________________ #interstitium  #interstizio  #neworgan  #fluid  #sanjiao  #tripleheater  #acupuncture  #acupunctura  #agopuntura  #agopunturaroma  #acupuncturediaries  #acupuncturist  #acupuncturelife  #acupuncturist  #acupuncturerocks  #acupunctureworks  #acupunctureheals  #acupuncturestudent  #holisticmedicine  #tcm  #traditionalchinesemedicine  #chinesemedicine  #medicinacinese 
New organ just being discovered.... The Triple Burner is a special concept in TCM, and it is only very recently that the Western Medicine comunity  have "discovered” it. 
It's nearly everywhere—just below the skin's surface, surrounding arteries and veins, casing the fibrous tissue between muscles, and lining our digestive tracts, lungs, and urinary systems.

Suggestions have been made that this new organ function may be related to the pancreas and metabolism in the body, but no clear conclusion has been reached as to the nature of this organ. 
To find out what it does according to Traditional Chinese Medicine read on my blog link in bio #neworgan #chinesemedicine
New organ just being discovered.... The Triple Burner is a special concept in TCM, and it is only very recently that the Western Medicine comunity have "discovered” it. It's nearly everywhere—just below the skin's surface, surrounding arteries and veins, casing the fibrous tissue between muscles, and lining our digestive tracts, lungs, and urinary systems. Suggestions have been made that this new organ function may be related to the pancreas and metabolism in the body, but no clear conclusion has been reached as to the nature of this organ. To find out what it does according to Traditional Chinese Medicine read on my blog link in bio #neworgan  #chinesemedicine 
🕸💦🕸 with the big news about the new organ no. 80 called interstitium, and the contantly new findings on fascia, you will not have to bang on people‘s doors anymore to convince them. As Robert Schleip says, people will come and bang on your door 🕸🚪🕸 fascia people, it‘s happenig! 🕸 #interstitium #fascia #neworgan #fascial #fasciallines #fasciapilates #pilates #rejection #ejection #getready  #people #quotes
Scientists just discovered a new human organ! IFLScience published a great article on how scientists discover a new human organ called the 'Interstitium.' CoValence will be researching more about it to see how this can benefit the skin care industry. 
Click the link in our bio to read more about it!

Photo Credit: Jill Gregory/Mount Sinai Health System
Scientists just discovered a new human organ! IFLScience published a great article on how scientists discover a new human organ called the 'Interstitium.' CoValence will be researching more about it to see how this can benefit the skin care industry. Click the link in our bio to read more about it! Photo Credit: Jill Gregory/Mount Sinai Health System
Heart 7 is the more medially of the two points shown above. It is a calming point for sleep and chest pains. The connective tissue runs inside the medial (inside) arm and connects at the center of the chest. Also how beautiful are @jawn_snow tats?! We are all about heart7 right now as season’s shift and the snow won’t let up in Philly! #almostspring #keepcalm
Heart 7 is the more medially of the two points shown above. It is a calming point for sleep and chest pains. The connective tissue runs inside the medial (inside) arm and connects at the center of the chest. Also how beautiful are @jawn_snow tats?! We are all about heart7 right now as season’s shift and the snow won’t let up in Philly! #almostspring  #keepcalm 
SciDiscover🌎
NEW ORGAN?!
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Follow @sci.today for more info!
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Earlier this week, the news was filled with stories that a new organ had been discovered. Yes, a new organ... of the human body. It’s called the mesentery, and it’s a fold of tissues that attach the intestines to the wall of your abdomen. Besides connecting things together inside your body, the mesentery is also responsible for transporting blood and lymphatic fluid between the intestine and the rest of the body.
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#neworgan #science #mesentery #organ #anatomy #physiology #biology #stem #technology #engineering #math #scitoday
SciDiscover🌎 NEW ORGAN?! _________________________________________________________ Follow @sci.today for more info! _______________________________________________________ Earlier this week, the news was filled with stories that a new organ had been discovered. Yes, a new organ... of the human body. It’s called the mesentery, and it’s a fold of tissues that attach the intestines to the wall of your abdomen. Besides connecting things together inside your body, the mesentery is also responsible for transporting blood and lymphatic fluid between the intestine and the rest of the body. ____________________________________ #neworgan  #science  #mesentery  #organ  #anatomy  #physiology  #biology  #stem  #technology  #engineering  #math  #scitoday 
An article from NY Times! The buzz on “interstitial network”, the fascial system! This is the basis of what we offer here, Myofascial Release, The John Barnes’s Approach! It’s great to see scientists be amazed with this “new organ”, even though it’s not new to us! 
#fascia, #myofascialrelease, #fascialsystem, #interstitium, #neworgan, #johnbarnes #authentichealing #mfrheals,#nytimes #jfbmfr, #bodymfr
The medical world is abuzz with a newly discovered organ- the interstitium. 
As with many other discoveries, this component has been in full view all along, but needed a new perspective to “discover” it. 
The #interstitium correlates very nicely with a well known concept in Traditional Chinese Medicine called the #sanjiao
See any similarities?
San Jiao •Promotes the transformation and transportation of water and fluids throughout the body
•No previous correlate in modern physiology
•Has functions related to digestion, immunity, and metabolism •Assists all other organ systems in their functions- highly interconnected

Interstitium
•Fluid-filled space between skin and organs
•Recently found via Probe-based Confocal Laser Endomicroscopy
•Has functions related to digestion, immunity, and metabolism •May play a role in cancer metastasis

Modern integrative medicine can make great strides in new #medicaldiscoveries by combining forces to combat illness and better serve our patients🤝
The medical world is abuzz with a newly discovered organ- the interstitium. As with many other discoveries, this component has been in full view all along, but needed a new perspective to “discover” it. The #interstitium  correlates very nicely with a well known concept in Traditional Chinese Medicine called the #sanjiao  See any similarities? San Jiao •Promotes the transformation and transportation of water and fluids throughout the body •No previous correlate in modern physiology •Has functions related to digestion, immunity, and metabolism •Assists all other organ systems in their functions- highly interconnected Interstitium •Fluid-filled space between skin and organs •Recently found via Probe-based Confocal Laser Endomicroscopy •Has functions related to digestion, immunity, and metabolism •May play a role in cancer metastasis Modern integrative medicine can make great strides in new #medicaldiscoveries  by combining forces to combat illness and better serve our patients🤝
Anatomy News!!! The medical community is excited about a #neworgan called the #interstitium... Its great News that science is catching up with what we call #fascia. We have been treating the fascial system for 15 years with our approach at CORE. CALL 512.215.4227 to learn more. #coretherapypilates #austin #physicaltherapy #myofascialrelease #pilates #gyrotonic
Well that didn't go as planned. Sorry it wasn't live, super technical difficulties! 
But you DO NOT want to miss this interview with @korifruitarian 
I asked you what questions you wanted answered by someone on a detox journey... Kori went above and beyond in this beautiful interview!! Link in bio
Well that didn't go as planned. Sorry it wasn't live, super technical difficulties! But you DO NOT want to miss this interview with @korifruitarian I asked you what questions you wanted answered by someone on a detox journey... Kori went above and beyond in this beautiful interview!! Link in bio
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Image 2 Credit: Illustration by Jill Gregory. Printed with permission from Mount Sinai Health System, licensed under CC-BY-ND.
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Interstitium, the New Organ
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Last year, scientist discovered the mesentery that hangs out behind the intestines. Now, we have the interstitium that might be the biggest organ in the human body. Researchers've found a network of fluid-filled spaces in tissue that hadn't been seen before. These fluid-filled spaces were discovered in connective tissues all over the body, including below the skin's surface; lining the digestive tract, lungs and urinary systems; and surrounding muscles.
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Previously, researchers had thought these tissue layers were a dense "wall" of collagen. Because earlier, scientist must cut the tissue, put 'chemicals' on them, dye them, before observing them under microscope. These process drains away the fluid filled space, leaving a dense "wall" of collagen. Researches discovered these fluid filled space by using new technique to examine living tissue.
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Is this really an organ? There are a lot of debate about the interstitium becoming an organ. This body part can be or can't be an organ depending on the definition of an organ. It is like saying how many trees do you need to create a forest. 100 trees? 1000 trees? 10000 trees? It is not clear. A forest with 100 trees won't be a forest if the definition of a forest is a place with 1000 trees. Same thing with the interstitium.
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This organ made helps researches in cancer research. For example, the findings appear to explain why cancer tumors that invade this layer of tissue can spread to the lymph nodes. According to the researchers, this occurs because these fluid-filled spaces are a source of a fluid called lymph and drain into the lymphatic system. (Lymph is a fluid that contains infection-fighting white blood cells.)
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Image 1 Credit: eric V. Grave/Getty . Image 2 Credit: Illustration by Jill Gregory. Printed with permission from Mount Sinai Health System, licensed under CC-BY-ND. . Interstitium, the New Organ . Last year, scientist discovered the mesentery that hangs out behind the intestines. Now, we have the interstitium that might be the biggest organ in the human body. Researchers've found a network of fluid-filled spaces in tissue that hadn't been seen before. These fluid-filled spaces were discovered in connective tissues all over the body, including below the skin's surface; lining the digestive tract, lungs and urinary systems; and surrounding muscles. . Previously, researchers had thought these tissue layers were a dense "wall" of collagen. Because earlier, scientist must cut the tissue, put 'chemicals' on them, dye them, before observing them under microscope. These process drains away the fluid filled space, leaving a dense "wall" of collagen. Researches discovered these fluid filled space by using new technique to examine living tissue. . Is this really an organ? There are a lot of debate about the interstitium becoming an organ. This body part can be or can't be an organ depending on the definition of an organ. It is like saying how many trees do you need to create a forest. 100 trees? 1000 trees? 10000 trees? It is not clear. A forest with 100 trees won't be a forest if the definition of a forest is a place with 1000 trees. Same thing with the interstitium. . This organ made helps researches in cancer research. For example, the findings appear to explain why cancer tumors that invade this layer of tissue can spread to the lymph nodes. According to the researchers, this occurs because these fluid-filled spaces are a source of a fluid called lymph and drain into the lymphatic system. (Lymph is a fluid that contains infection-fighting white blood cells.) . #biology  #interstitium  #amazing  #beautiful  #instagram  #crazy  #badsciencejoke  #anatomy  #physiology  #badsciencejokes  #science  #asapscience  #new  #organ  #neworgan  #nature  #cancer  #research  #lymph  #collagen  #astrophoto  #youresa  #protein  #woah  #fact  #facts  #lit  #cool  #news  #tissue 
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Scientists discovered a new network of fluid-filled tissue that lines the body, these compartments are found beneath the skin, as well as lining the gut, lungs, blood vessels, and muscles calling it the interstitium. 
The interstitium is going to be the latest “new” organ discovered recently, a discovery they hope could help them understand the spread of cancer within the body.
Do you think we’ve come close to finding the cure to cancer?
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#medicine #science #neworgan #cancer #body #health #curecancer
Scientists discovered a new network of fluid-filled tissue that lines the body, these compartments are found beneath the skin, as well as lining the gut, lungs, blood vessels, and muscles calling it the interstitium. The interstitium is going to be the latest “new” organ discovered recently, a discovery they hope could help them understand the spread of cancer within the body. Do you think we’ve come close to finding the cure to cancer? ————————— #medicine  #science  #neworgan  #cancer  #body  #health  #curecancer 
A NEW ORGAN HAS BEEN DISCOVERED IN OUR BODY!!😱 THIS VIDEO WILL BE UPLOADED ON SUNDAY 1 APRIL (IT’S NOT A JOKE). #smart #cool #wow #facts #facts💯 #follow #instafact #awesome #world #worldfacts #tag #friends #science #botany #dendrology #ecology #biology #nature #earth #education #bestoftheday #interesting #didyouknow #nowyouknow
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Episode 013: The Interstitium Organ is now available for download.  This newly discovered organ is correlated with Chinese Medicine aspects of the Cou Li space, the Wei Qi, the San Jiao region and  meridian, and the Source Points.  The lymphatic system is discussed.  Lively discussion regarding the dividing line between allopathic medicine and complimentary alternative medicine (CAM). Download now and join the discussion!! Link in the bio.  Available on iTunes and #googleplay.  #interstitium #interstitiumorgan #neworgan #lymphaticsystem #circulatorysystem #immunesystem #couli #weiqi #chinesemedicine #sinew #sinewmeridians #daoist #acupuncture #704 #cltfitlife #bodywork #healing #sanjiao
Episode 013: The Interstitium Organ is now available for download. This newly discovered organ is correlated with Chinese Medicine aspects of the Cou Li space, the Wei Qi, the San Jiao region and meridian, and the Source Points. The lymphatic system is discussed. Lively discussion regarding the dividing line between allopathic medicine and complimentary alternative medicine (CAM). Download now and join the discussion!! Link in the bio. Available on iTunes and #googleplay . #interstitium  #interstitiumorgan  #neworgan  #lymphaticsystem  #circulatorysystem  #immunesystem  #couli  #weiqi  #chinesemedicine  #sinew  #sinewmeridians  #daoist  #acupuncture  #704  #cltfitlife  #bodywork  #healing  #sanjiao 
ATTENTION if you have any interest in science or medicine this is an amazing article about a new organ in the human body (now the largest organ) called the Interstitium! I felt a deep need to share this groundbreaking news!!! Bcus I'm really nerdy and excited about this because it could be a major factor in finding out how cancer mestastisizes or spreads from organ to organ!
#neworgan #interstitium #groundbreakingscience

https://www.independent.co.uk/news/health/new-organ-human-body-interstitium-cancer-skin-scientists-discovery-new-york-a8275851.html
ATTENTION if you have any interest in science or medicine this is an amazing article about a new organ in the human body (now the largest organ) called the Interstitium! I felt a deep need to share this groundbreaking news!!! Bcus I'm really nerdy and excited about this because it could be a major factor in finding out how cancer mestastisizes or spreads from organ to organ! #neworgan  #interstitium  #groundbreakingscience  https://www.independent.co.uk/news/health/new-organ-human-body-interstitium-cancer-skin-scientists-discovery-new-york-a8275851.html
Just when you thought you knew it all... 🤔
Scientists say they've discovered a new organ called the "interstitium."
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According to a press release from New York University’s Langone Health, the study “reveals that layers of the body long thought to be dense, connective tissues—below the skin’s surface, lining the digestive tract, lungs, and urinary systems, and surrounding arteries, veins, and the fascia between muscles—are instead interconnected, fluid-filled compartments.”
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The spaces, supported by a meshwork of connective tissue proteins, may act like shock absorbers that keep tissues from tearing. They describe this as a highway of moving fluid which may explain the spread of cancer, the wrinkling of skin and formation of sclerotic tissue as we age. They're calling this the largest organ we never knew we had.
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So how long before the first interstitiumologist opens his/her practice?
Just when you thought you knew it all... 🤔 Scientists say they've discovered a new organ called the "interstitium." 😮😮 According to a press release from New York University’s Langone Health, the study “reveals that layers of the body long thought to be dense, connective tissues—below the skin’s surface, lining the digestive tract, lungs, and urinary systems, and surrounding arteries, veins, and the fascia between muscles—are instead interconnected, fluid-filled compartments.” 🔬🔬🔬 The spaces, supported by a meshwork of connective tissue proteins, may act like shock absorbers that keep tissues from tearing. They describe this as a highway of moving fluid which may explain the spread of cancer, the wrinkling of skin and formation of sclerotic tissue as we age. They're calling this the largest organ we never knew we had. 🤔 So how long before the first interstitiumologist opens his/her practice?
#finalmentemio😍 
#neworgan 🎶🎹✔❤
FASCIA FRIDAY

Did you hear about the new organ that was recently discovered in the human body by a group of medical researchers at New York State University! 
They are calling it the "Interstitium". Lets call it filmy fascia... "fuzz"....PeriFascia.... interstitial goo! 
There is always something new to be discovered in and about our bodies.

Check out the Blog by Tom Myers.

https://www.anatomytrains.com/blog/2018/03/29/interstitium-statement-tom-myers/
FASCIA FRIDAY Did you hear about the new organ that was recently discovered in the human body by a group of medical researchers at New York State University! They are calling it the "Interstitium". Lets call it filmy fascia... "fuzz"....PeriFascia.... interstitial goo! There is always something new to be discovered in and about our bodies. Check out the Blog by Tom Myers. https://www.anatomytrains.com/blog/2018/03/29/interstitium-statement-tom-myers/
I've got chills through my interstitium, need to sit down. Guess that it's no longer going to be 'feel it in my bones'. #neworgan #interstitium #humanbody  #science #discovery #goosebumps  Illustration: Jill Gregory courtesy of Mt Sinai Health System. Got to feel sorry for #skin #largestorgan
“It is refreshing to see science is finally catching up to what I’ve been teaching in my Myofascial Release seminars for the last 40 years. The fascial system is one of the most important structures of our body and is significantly tightened from physical or emotional trauma which produces crushing pressure on pain sensitive structures.” John F. Barnes, PT, to SmartHer News. 
#NewOrgan #Myofascial #health #GetSmartHER
“It is refreshing to see science is finally catching up to what I’ve been teaching in my Myofascial Release seminars for the last 40 years. The fascial system is one of the most important structures of our body and is significantly tightened from physical or emotional trauma which produces crushing pressure on pain sensitive structures.” John F. Barnes, PT, to SmartHer News. #NewOrgan  #Myofascial  #health  #GetSmartHER 
A 'hidden' series of fluid chambers that may represent a new organ has been found! Link in Bio!
📸: CNRI/Science Photo Library
A 'hidden' series of fluid chambers that may represent a new organ has been found! Link in Bio! 📸: CNRI/Science Photo Library
Interstitium: New organ discovered in human body after it was previously missed by scientists

#neworgan #interstitum #organ #new #research #anatomy
#newresearch #science #body 
#humanorgan #bodypart
#biotech_live
@official_biotech_live
Unless you have been living in a hole (which is understandable considering most of us work in small dark rooms all day long) you've probably heard about the new organ that was recently discovered in the human body by a group of medical researchers at New York State University! 
They are calling it the "Interstitium", but you may know it as filmy fascia, "fuzz" PeriFascia, interstitial gel... The slidey stuff... Whatever you call it, isn't it great that we are discovering so much about our bodies? #NeverStopLearning 
Come learn #FasciAshi and use your feet to interact with what they're now calling "the body's largest organ." <<All the more reason to use a bigger tool like your feet rather than your thumbs!>>
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Unless you have been living in a hole (which is understandable considering most of us work in small dark rooms all day long) you've probably heard about the new organ that was recently discovered in the human body by a group of medical researchers at New York State University! They are calling it the "Interstitium", but you may know it as filmy fascia, "fuzz" PeriFascia, interstitial gel... The slidey stuff... Whatever you call it, isn't it great that we are discovering so much about our bodies? #NeverStopLearning  Come learn #FasciAshi  and use your feet to interact with what they're now calling "the body's largest organ." <> . . . #myofasciarelease  #anatomy  #fascia  #interstitium  #perifascia  #fasciafit  #gillhedley  #guimberteau  #bodyawareness  #anatomytrains  #fasciaresearchsociety  #filmyfascia  #whatthefuzz  #fuzz  #anatomynerd  #somanaut  #human  #organ  #theneworgan  #humanbody  #neworgan  #anatomy  #biology  #science  #interstitialfluid  #anatomynerd  #fascianating  #fasciaisthenewblack  #fascialresearch  #fasciastatement 
New York Üniversitesi'nde görevli bilim insanları tıp dünyasını şaşkına çeviren bir açıklama yaptı. Yapılan incelemeler sonucunda ABD'li bilim insanları bütün vücudu kapsayan bir organ bulunduğunu açıkladı. Interstitium adı verilen bu organ dokuların zarar görmesini engelliyor ve vücuttaki en büyük organ olarak tanımlanıyor.

Uluslararası kamuoyu New York Üniversitesi’nde görevli bilim insanlarının yaptığı araştırmayı konuşuyor. Bilim insanlarının yaptığı araştırmada insan vücuduna ait yeni bir gizem daha ortaya çıktı. New York Üniversitesi’nde görevli bilim insanlarının araştırmasında bütün vücudu kapsayan ve iç organlar arasında konumlanan yeni bir organ bulunduğu açıklandı.

Interstitium adı verilen bu organın vücut içerisindeki sıvıyla dolu bölümlerde bulunduğu ve dokuları darbelerden koruduğu belirtildi. Darbeleri emen bir özelliğe sahip olan organın insan vücudu hakkındaki bilgileri adeta baştan yazacağı belirtilirken, “Bu organ hareketli sıvılar için bir otoyol gibi. Derinin üst tabakasında bulunuyor ve damarlar, kaslar, ciğerler, boşaltım sistemi ve diğer bütün iç organlarının arasında bulunuyor” ifadesi kullanıldı.  Araltırma sonucunda keşfedilen yeni organ üzerinde incelemelerin devam edeceğini belirten bilim insanları, “Kanserin bazı organlarda nasıl yayıldığını ve kanserin gelişimini engellemek için bu konuda incelemeye devam edeceğiz” dedi. Bilim insanları organların arasındaki sıvıların taşınmasını bir organın sağladığını ilk kez keşfettiklerini söylerken, “Eskiden bu bağlantıların bağımsız olduğunu düşünürdük” açıklamasını yaptı.

Interstitium’un güçlü kolajen ve esnek elastin ile birlikte bağlayıcı doku proteinlerinden oluştuğunu açıklayan uzmanlar, “Vücudun içindeki sıvılar buradan dağılıyor” ifadesini kullandı. Araştırmayı yürüten New York Üniversitesi Patoloji Bölümü’nde görevli Profesör Neil Theise, “Bu gelişme birçok dokunun anatomisi hakkındaki algımızı geliştirecektir. Bu keşfin potansiyel olarak ilaç geliştirme ve tıp alanında büyük adımlar atılmasına sebep olmasını bekliyoruz” dedi.
New York Üniversitesi'nde görevli bilim insanları tıp dünyasını şaşkına çeviren bir açıklama yaptı. Yapılan incelemeler sonucunda ABD'li bilim insanları bütün vücudu kapsayan bir organ bulunduğunu açıkladı. Interstitium adı verilen bu organ dokuların zarar görmesini engelliyor ve vücuttaki en büyük organ olarak tanımlanıyor. Uluslararası kamuoyu New York Üniversitesi’nde görevli bilim insanlarının yaptığı araştırmayı konuşuyor. Bilim insanlarının yaptığı araştırmada insan vücuduna ait yeni bir gizem daha ortaya çıktı. New York Üniversitesi’nde görevli bilim insanlarının araştırmasında bütün vücudu kapsayan ve iç organlar arasında konumlanan yeni bir organ bulunduğu açıklandı. Interstitium adı verilen bu organın vücut içerisindeki sıvıyla dolu bölümlerde bulunduğu ve dokuları darbelerden koruduğu belirtildi. Darbeleri emen bir özelliğe sahip olan organın insan vücudu hakkındaki bilgileri adeta baştan yazacağı belirtilirken, “Bu organ hareketli sıvılar için bir otoyol gibi. Derinin üst tabakasında bulunuyor ve damarlar, kaslar, ciğerler, boşaltım sistemi ve diğer bütün iç organlarının arasında bulunuyor” ifadesi kullanıldı. Araltırma sonucunda keşfedilen yeni organ üzerinde incelemelerin devam edeceğini belirten bilim insanları, “Kanserin bazı organlarda nasıl yayıldığını ve kanserin gelişimini engellemek için bu konuda incelemeye devam edeceğiz” dedi. Bilim insanları organların arasındaki sıvıların taşınmasını bir organın sağladığını ilk kez keşfettiklerini söylerken, “Eskiden bu bağlantıların bağımsız olduğunu düşünürdük” açıklamasını yaptı. Interstitium’un güçlü kolajen ve esnek elastin ile birlikte bağlayıcı doku proteinlerinden oluştuğunu açıklayan uzmanlar, “Vücudun içindeki sıvılar buradan dağılıyor” ifadesini kullandı. Araştırmayı yürüten New York Üniversitesi Patoloji Bölümü’nde görevli Profesör Neil Theise, “Bu gelişme birçok dokunun anatomisi hakkındaki algımızı geliştirecektir. Bu keşfin potansiyel olarak ilaç geliştirme ve tıp alanında büyük adımlar atılmasına sebep olmasını bekliyoruz” dedi.
#Repost @curiositydotcom (@get_repost)
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BREAKING NEWS! Meet your interstitium, the huge organ in the human body that scientists just discovered.
Click the link in our bio to read the full article! @curiositydotcom
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#breakingnews #medicalscience #organ #neworgan #sciencenews #body #humanbody #biology #anatomy
This is exciting! Anyone who knows me understands! 
Scientists have identified a new human organ hiding in plain sight, in a discovery they hope could help them understand the spread of cancer within the body.

Layers long thought to be dense, connective tissue are actually a series of fluid-filled compartments researchers have termed the “interstitium”. These compartments are found beneath the skin, as well as lining the gut, lungs, blood vessels and muscles, and join together to form a network supported by a mesh of strong, flexible proteins.

The team behind the discovery suggest the compartments may act as “shock absorbers” that protect body tissues from damage.

Mount Sinai Beth Israel Medical Center medics Dr David Carr-Locke and Dr Petros Benias came across the interstitium while investigating a patient’s bile duct, searching for signs of cancer.

They noticed cavities that did not match any previously known human anatomy, and approached New York University pathologist Dr Neil Theise to ask for his expertise.

Besides their ability to cushion the body’s organs and protect them from harm, the researchers found evidence that cancer cells from tumours could make their way via the interstitium into the lymphatic system.

In providing a highway for fluid to move around the body, the interconnected cells of the interstitium may therefore have the unfortunate side effect of spreading cancer around the body.

Understanding this newly discovered frontier in human anatomy could allow scientists to develop new tests for cancer. 
This finding has potential to drive dramatic advances in medicine, including the possibility that the direct sampling of interstitial fluid may become a powerful diagnostic tool,” said Dr Theise.
#science #lymph #noaccidents #organic #time @nyuniversity #medical #neworgan 
#disease
This is exciting! Anyone who knows me understands! Scientists have identified a new human organ hiding in plain sight, in a discovery they hope could help them understand the spread of cancer within the body. Layers long thought to be dense, connective tissue are actually a series of fluid-filled compartments researchers have termed the “interstitium”. These compartments are found beneath the skin, as well as lining the gut, lungs, blood vessels and muscles, and join together to form a network supported by a mesh of strong, flexible proteins. The team behind the discovery suggest the compartments may act as “shock absorbers” that protect body tissues from damage. Mount Sinai Beth Israel Medical Center medics Dr David Carr-Locke and Dr Petros Benias came across the interstitium while investigating a patient’s bile duct, searching for signs of cancer. They noticed cavities that did not match any previously known human anatomy, and approached New York University pathologist Dr Neil Theise to ask for his expertise. Besides their ability to cushion the body’s organs and protect them from harm, the researchers found evidence that cancer cells from tumours could make their way via the interstitium into the lymphatic system. In providing a highway for fluid to move around the body, the interconnected cells of the interstitium may therefore have the unfortunate side effect of spreading cancer around the body. Understanding this newly discovered frontier in human anatomy could allow scientists to develop new tests for cancer. This finding has potential to drive dramatic advances in medicine, including the possibility that the direct sampling of interstitial fluid may become a powerful diagnostic tool,” said Dr Theise. #science  #lymph  #noaccidents  #organic  #time  @nyuniversity #medical  #neworgan  #disease 
Repost @curiositydotcom ・・・
BREAKING NEWS! Meet your interstitium, the huge organ in the human body that scientists just discovered.
Click the link in our bio to read the full article! @curiositydotcom
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#breakingnews #medicalscience #organ #neworgan #sciencenews #body #humanbody #biology #anatomy
I won’t be making it into work today. My interstitium is a  mess.  Another newly-discovered organ... #interstitium #neworgan #whoa
I won’t be making it into work today. My interstitium is a mess. Another newly-discovered organ... #interstitium  #neworgan  #whoa 
Just google search ‘interstitium’ and you’ll find the CNBC article on fascia and cancer🙌. Ready to take your fascial health seriously? Join me! I have workshops and trainings galore this season. Go to betsyshilling.com to learn more and feel your best.
Just google search ‘interstitium’ and you’ll find the CNBC article on fascia and cancer🙌. Ready to take your fascial health seriously? Join me! I have workshops and trainings galore this season. Go to betsyshilling.com to learn more and feel your best.
True To Our Roots Qi Gong!  I knew it!  We are on the right track!  It is very difficult to stick to my Soul's Purpose, when what I try to prove to everyone by simply experiencing  spontaneous and internally guided movements by these fluids, seems so abstract a concept to those who have not felt it, and which for others is too strange a sensation!  The scientists are now proving that the fluids actually EXIST like another ORGAN!  Let us stick together as pioneers, and show the world the importance of accessing this "new organ", for the sake of self-healing, fluidity of movement, flexibility and enhancement in all that we do daily.  #interstitium #neworgan #lymphaticsystem #cells #blood #majorfluids #spontaneousqigong #fluidmovements #selfhealing #selfhelp #cuttingedge #pioneerwoman #truetoourroots #chikung #newfitnessmodality #drmichaelmosley #drmorse #nadiasmith #author #howdidigetthese #realign #realignment #wellbeing #selfempowerment
True To Our Roots Qi Gong! I knew it! We are on the right track! It is very difficult to stick to my Soul's Purpose, when what I try to prove to everyone by simply experiencing spontaneous and internally guided movements by these fluids, seems so abstract a concept to those who have not felt it, and which for others is too strange a sensation! The scientists are now proving that the fluids actually EXIST like another ORGAN! Let us stick together as pioneers, and show the world the importance of accessing this "new organ", for the sake of self-healing, fluidity of movement, flexibility and enhancement in all that we do daily. #interstitium  #neworgan  #lymphaticsystem  #cells  #blood  #majorfluids  #spontaneousqigong  #fluidmovements  #selfhealing  #selfhelp  #cuttingedge  #pioneerwoman  #truetoourroots  #chikung  #newfitnessmodality  #drmichaelmosley  #drmorse  #nadiasmith  #author  #howdidigetthese  #realign  #realignment  #wellbeing  #selfempowerment 
Wow new organ alert!!! The interstitium . . . . #humananatomy #interstitium #biology #human #organ #neworgan #amazinghumanbody #alwayslearnsomethingnew
Meet the interstitium! The “newest” organ, and the largest one in your body. We think we know so much, but here is a great case for tremendous things being right under our noses. 👃
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#interstitium #neworgan #alwayslearning #yogateacherlife #geekingout
Researchers have identified a previously unknown feature of human anatomy with implications for the function of all organs, most tissues and the mechanisms of most major diseases.

#science #neworgan #organ #humananatomy #anatomy #tissues #disease #function #massage #massagetherapy #massagetherapist #health #interstitium #interstitium #fluid
Scientists have identified a new human organ hiding in plain sight, in a discovery they hope could help them understand the spread of cancer within the body.
Layers long thought to be dense, connective tissue are actually a series of fluid-filled compartments researchers have termed the "interstitium". These compartments are found beneath the skin, as well as lining the gut, lungs, blood vessels and muscles, and join together to form a network supported by a mesh of strong, flexible proteins.
New analysis published in the journal Scientific Reports is the first to identify these spaces collectively as a new organ and try to understand their function. 
Remarkably, the interstitium had previously gone unnoticed despite being one of the largest organs in the human body.

The team behind the discovery suggest the compartments may act as "shock absorbers" that protect body tissues from damage.
Mount Sinai Beth Israel Medical Center medics Dr David Carr-Locke and Dr Petros Benias came across the interstitium while investigating a patient's bile duct, searching for signs of cancer.
They noticed cavities that did not match any previously known human anatomy, and approached New York University pathologist Dr Neil Theise to ask for his expertise.

The researchers realised traditional methods for examining body tissues had missed the interstitium because the "fixing" method for assembling medical microscope slides involves draining away fluid - therefore destroying the organ's structure. 
Instead of their true identity as bodywide, fluid-filled shock absorbers, the squashed cells had been overlooked and considered a simple layer of connective tissue.
Having arrived at this conclusion, the scientists realised this structure was found not only in the bile duct, but surrounding many crucial internal organs.
"This fixation artefact of collapse has made a fluid-filled tissue type throughout the body appear solid in biopsy slides for decades, and our results correct 
for this to expand the anatomy of most tissues," said Dr Theise. 
Freezing biopsy tissue taken from the bile ducts of 12 more patients enabled the team to preserve the anatomy of their newly discovered structure⬇️
Scientists have identified a new human organ hiding in plain sight, in a discovery they hope could help them understand the spread of cancer within the body. Layers long thought to be dense, connective tissue are actually a series of fluid-filled compartments researchers have termed the "interstitium". These compartments are found beneath the skin, as well as lining the gut, lungs, blood vessels and muscles, and join together to form a network supported by a mesh of strong, flexible proteins. New analysis published in the journal Scientific Reports is the first to identify these spaces collectively as a new organ and try to understand their function. Remarkably, the interstitium had previously gone unnoticed despite being one of the largest organs in the human body. The team behind the discovery suggest the compartments may act as "shock absorbers" that protect body tissues from damage. Mount Sinai Beth Israel Medical Center medics Dr David Carr-Locke and Dr Petros Benias came across the interstitium while investigating a patient's bile duct, searching for signs of cancer. They noticed cavities that did not match any previously known human anatomy, and approached New York University pathologist Dr Neil Theise to ask for his expertise. The researchers realised traditional methods for examining body tissues had missed the interstitium because the "fixing" method for assembling medical microscope slides involves draining away fluid - therefore destroying the organ's structure. Instead of their true identity as bodywide, fluid-filled shock absorbers, the squashed cells had been overlooked and considered a simple layer of connective tissue. Having arrived at this conclusion, the scientists realised this structure was found not only in the bile duct, but surrounding many crucial internal organs. "This fixation artefact of collapse has made a fluid-filled tissue type throughout the body appear solid in biopsy slides for decades, and our results correct for this to expand the anatomy of most tissues," said Dr Theise. Freezing biopsy tissue taken from the bile ducts of 12 more patients enabled the team to preserve the anatomy of their newly discovered structure⬇️
#neworgan #organ #medicine #health #medicaldiscovery #interstitium #yenibulunanorgan  ################yeni bulunan organ “interstitium” sadece yasayan insanda tesbit edilebiliyor çünkü kollegenden örülü duvarlarin arasi su paketleri ile dolu ve bütün organlarin arasinda birbirine bagli olarak dolasiyor. Bazi kanserlerin aniden baska yerlere atlamasinda rolünün büyük oldugu düsünülüyor. Lenf sisteminide siviyi sagliyor. Büyük bir su kanali sistemini andiriyor.
#neworgan  #organ  #medicine  #health  #medicaldiscovery  #interstitium  #yenibulunanorgan  ################yeni  bulunan organ “interstitium” sadece yasayan insanda tesbit edilebiliyor çünkü kollegenden örülü duvarlarin arasi su paketleri ile dolu ve bütün organlarin arasinda birbirine bagli olarak dolasiyor. Bazi kanserlerin aniden baska yerlere atlamasinda rolünün büyük oldugu düsünülüyor. Lenf sisteminide siviyi sagliyor. Büyük bir su kanali sistemini andiriyor.
Prepping for our next concert on this new festive instrument this coming Friday! #houston #txumc #chapelwoodumc #neworgan #deuxvoix #concert #goodfriday #organpipes #sharingmusic @chapelwoodumc www.deuxvoixmusic.com
Oooo central pipes ribbed for extra pleasure #buckfast #neworgan #ruffatti
Hem Kirke, new pipes
Hem Kirke, new pipes
My new baby! I’m going to use this from tonight gig at Django. 
新しいオルガンが来ました。今日のギグから使います!
 #viscount #legendlive #neworgan
My new baby! I’m going to use this from tonight gig at Django. 新しいオルガンが来ました。今日のギグから使います! #viscount  #legendlive  #neworgan 
Commission in progress for Medical building in Salina, KS.  This will be 55 feet of shiny, healthy new cells.  #cells #healing #healthy #glitter #cysticfibrosis #cfsucks #lungtransplant #transplant #neworgan #kumed #newcells #comissionedart #publicart #hospitalart #medicalart