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Filatov's method

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Tissue therapy.

Description

Only French description available: Méthode destinée à exalter les réactions vitales de l'organisme par l'injection d'extraits de tissous ou par la greffe de tissus (placenta surtout) qui, conservés dans des conditions de vie défavorables (au froid), ont élaboré et contiennent des substances excitant l'activité cellulaire (biostimulines, stimulines ou stimulateurs biogéniques). Cette méthode a donné des bons résultats en ophtalmologie (myopie, décollement de la rétine, irido-cyclite, iridochoroidite, certaines affections de la cornée, etc.), en dermatologie (psoriasis, plaies stones, acné), ainsi que dans diverses maladies (artérites, névralgies, ulcères digestifs, polyarthrite, etc.).1933.

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