The claws of the sparrow hawk and autoimmune disease: what this bird grabs hold of, it will never let go of again
A female patient suffering from the early stages of lupus erythematosus is first treated with Lanthanides. The opposite of her sensation of pain leads to a differential therapy with bird remedies. The healing reaction confirms that the so-far unproved Accipiter nisus is the simile.
Key concepts: Accipiter nisus, autoimmune disease, Dysprosium, birds of prey, claw gesture, Lanthanide, Lupus erythematosus, sparrow hawk, birds