Chondrits are motile, thread-like growth forms that appear free in the plasma, or may be seen emerging from RBCs. They can occur as loose threads, intertwined threads and bunches of threads.
Ascits look like thin, tube-like worms in darkfield microscopy. They can also assume a rigid, stalk-like appearance. These are considered to be the same as fungal hyphae.
Also referred to as Leptotrichia buccalis and Siphinospora polymorpha by some darkfield researchers.
These should be differentiated from Chondrits, which are thinner and appear as strands of hair.
Chondrits & ascits are not seen in the blood of healthy subjects, especially not free chondrits or chondrits that emerge spontaneously from the red blood cells.
larger, thicker and longer chondrits represent a more serious situation.
- These forms are present due to an acidic, dysregulated terrain and may be associated with chronic disease and or degeneration.
- May also be related to periodontal disease & dental foci.
- Some researchers have connected the presence of high-valence chondrits and ascits to Lyme Disease.
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