Proper identification of the real disease causes is often a difficult, time-consuming and laborious task. Many physicians do not have the time or the appropriate clarity of mind to identify well hidden culprits in a petient’s history. This is mostly true with metabolic, infectious or toxic insults. Even the patient itself might not be able to answer correctly since that tick bite, or the funny smell of the bathroom is not considered a clue worth mentioning. Sometimes, though, it is the only clue needed

Selected cases
Leukemia and titanium implants
Many years with elevated white blood count. Diagnosis has always been the same. Chronic Lymphocytic Leukemia. No treatment given. 3 hours and 16 pages of data later the mining paid off. A strange metal inside her made the blood count that high....
Hemidiaphragm elevation and Lyme disease
A marathon runner saw his hemidiaphragm 95% elevated and his phrenic nerve completely damaged. For over 6 years he had been given all sorts of different diagnoses and given all sorts of treatments. After a very thorough data mining the culprit was spotted. It all begun after a bite…
Depression and (eu)thyroid function
She has always been moody. 4 different psychiatrists gave antidepressants. The diagnosis was depression with normal thyroid function. All mainstream thyroid tests in normal range. But again, all mainstream thyroid tests are not all thyroid tests. She was never depressed ever since...
Celiac disease and SIBO
He was experiencing intermittent diarrhea for 8 months. All his lab tests and colonoscopy clear. Stress induced diarrhea and IBS were the diagnoses. The fact that diarrhea was present only according to a specific diet pattern was sufficient enough to give the right diagnosis...
Other Applications
Digestive Disorders
A thorough assessment of the complex interplay between the different components of the GI tract, from the mouth to the anus, is vital for accurate diagnosis and the selection of the most effective treatment
Innate, adaptive passive and humoral…. All kinds of molecules and cells interact to form the most complex system in nature. Even two identical immune responses may give different disease phenotypes
Infants, toddlers and teenagers have distinct metabolic features making their biochemistry unique in every way. Constant hormone fluctuations and evolving developmental stages should always be taken into account
From conception until puberty there are constant dynamic interactions happening between our central nervous system and the environment, building and remodeling our perception of the world