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Glossary - K

Keratoderma of feet

Walt's Keratoderma of Feet Q/A Archive

Kidney Diseases

Walt's Kidney Q/A Archive
Colorado HealthNet Kidney Diseases Main Page

Kidney Stones

Walt's Kidney Stones Q&A Archive
The presence of calculi in the kidney or collecting system.

The calculi are usually small (2-12 mm) solid, crystalline, concretions that develop in the kidney and eventually pass through the genitourinary tract. Stones may be composed of calcium, phosphate, or uric acid.

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Kinesiology

The study of muscles and the movement of the human body. In holistic medicine, it is the balance of movement and the interaction of a person's energy systems. Applied Kinesiology is the name given by its inventor, Dr. George Goodheart, to the system of applying muscle testing diagnostically and therapeutically to different aspects of health care.

Kisslebach's Triangle

An anatomical term for the triangular shaped area right inside the nose (on the septum where your finger tip can easily reach it). This is heavily vascularized and tends to have a very thin skin over it. If the skin gets too thin, it tends to weep blood at varying rates.

Knee problems

Walt's Knee Problems Summary & Q&A Archive

Knowing what to do -- Doing what you know

An informal motto at the Ask Dr. Stoll web site.

Krebs Cycle

Walt's Sugar Vs Refined Carbohydrates Article
Killer Sugar! Suicide With A Spoon!
Krebs Cycle Diagram
Tricarboxylic acid cycle or citric acid cycle. The metabolic pathway that ALL carbohydrates have to go through in order to be broken down into little energy packets called ATP (Adenosine Tri-Phosphate).

Kundalini, Evolution, & Enlightenment

Amazon.com Link
Edited by John White who said: The subject of kundalini is esoteric and mysterious. My book distills the work of dozens of writers and spiritual teachers into one useful volume on the subject. You can follow up in research with the references, bibliography and my introductory comments which note still other related works.