The Walk-in Model Of Intestinal

\”\” The gut model country health fair Berlin-Brandenburg from November 14 to 16 Ottmann Hausen – the double exhibition active age \”and the country health fair Berlin-Brandenburg\” go with a new Hall and a total of five special shows in her fifth edition. From 14th to 16th November the latest trends in the health industry, as well as offers specially tailored to older people show over 300 exhibitors in four halls at the radio tower. Over 130 accompanying lectures from prevention to rehabilitation of common diseases will complement the show. To treat a wide range of topics from diabetes and plastic surgery on cancer screening and orthopedics, urology and pain management. But assistance is offered also to problems of everyday life such as coping with stress, bullying, or overweight. Nutra Ingredients gathered all the information. Karel Heijs, Director KompetenzCenter life sciences of Messe Berlin: the health economy recorded high growth rates, particularly in Berlin and Brandenburg. 350,000 people are according to the industry and Chamber of Commerce (ICC) in Berlin Busy.

Potential offers over 50 also the target group. It is considered particularly attractive because it has precise ideas of their needs because of their life experience and they also fulfilled thanks to high purchasing power. The double exhibition reflects impressive these trends with its growth and the greatly extended range of information.\” When walking through the intestine model, the visitor first happens the image of a healthy intestine with a proliferation of healthy intestinal cells to small mucous membranes polyps. In the second section, fabric of varying size and structure in the model project oversized but true to scale. The benign, fungus-like adenomas as a potential precursor of cancer. The third part of the intestine model shows how the polyps to malignant cancer mutate and destroy the intestinal wall, as well as the adjacent tissue. The fourth section shows the also with a precancerous potential inflammatory bowel disease of ulcerative colitis and Crohn’s disease.