Monday, January 30, 2012

Crypts / Defect Signs on the Border of the Collarette


a) According to John Andrews, Crypts indicate a tendency to anaerobic inner milieu, dysbiosis, compromised detoxification, elevation of oxidative stress and impoverished assimilation of vitamins and minerals.
b) Observe the tiny crypts or defect markings attached on the border of the collarette at 130', 210', 220' , 237' and 334' suggests :
- Heliobacter Pylori testing.
- Multiple crypts located in the ileum topographical areas - 210', 220' & 237' possible of ileitis problem.
- Crypt attached to the external border of the collarette in 237', embryological relate to pancreas dysfunction. Psycho-emotional relate to anger and resentment.
- Defect sign attached internal border of the collarette - 130' embryological relate to liver stress involvement.
3) Defect marking in black dot located in the border of the collarette - 334' suggest tendency to sinusitis problem. psycho-emotional concern issue of separation.
4) Radial furrows or major rays located in the cerebral areas - 10' suggests Pineal gland disturbances.
5) Major ray radiate from the edge of the IPB, penetrating to the border of the collarette and to the reflexive area of medulla Oblongata- 30' suggests :
- Asthma problem.
- Survival issues affecting the PNEI.
(John Andrews, Immunology & Iridology )

Partial Atrophy IPB, Superior Nasal & Inferior Temporal Flatness, Bridge & Radial Furrows


a) Observe the partial atrophy of the IPBstructure indicates poor adaptation to stress and resulting immune system compromise.
b) Superior Nasal and Inferior Temporal flattening suggests :
- Neuromuscular tension at C3 to C7 & T8 to T12.
- Possible problem in visual and cervical muscular tension.
- Potential of sinusitis, liver, gall bladder and pancreas dysfunction. Hypoglycaemia tendency.
c) Internal lacuna with bridge formation at 225' embryological concerns with duodenum stress, classical view relate to gall bladder disturbances. The inferior temporal flatness adjacent to the organs of pancreas and gall bladder is highlighted and amplified the potential weaknesses of the mentioned topographical areas. 
d) The collarette bridge formation at 225' may concerns with :
- Time Risk evaluation
- Potential progesterone deficiency and blood sugar imbalance
- Enhanced sensitivity to stress
e) Radial furrows with major ray at 24' and minor ray at 345' suggests :
- Time Risk and Emotional Dynamics of the Collarette consideration, especially for major radial formation at 24' which radiate from the IPB edge to the ciliary zone.
- Suggest paranasal sinisitis problem and potential of limbic system compromise, psycho-emotional imbalance.
- Pineal gland disturbances signify by the minor radial radiate from the border of the collarette to the ciliary zone at 345'.
- Closed lacuna attached on the ciliary zone in 318' concern with hearing disturbances.
( John Andrews, Iris & Pupillary Signs, 3rd Edition)

Frontal Flattening & Right Ellipse Pupil


A frontal flatness formation at 320'~30'  combination with Right Ellipse indicates :
-  Tendencies to headaches, migraines, upper cervical vertebral tension, insomnia, fatigue and Bipolar Depression.
- Tendencies to have Hypothalamus, Pineal and pituitary glands imbalance.
- Psycho-emotional aspects relates to suppressed anger, unresolved grief and guilty feelings
- Extreme anxiety syndromes involve with neuromuscular spasms and vertigo.
The client is depressed of her husband passed away. she encountered sleep disorder and unresolved grief  problem.
( John Andrews, Iris & Pupillary Signs, 3rd Edition)

Sunday, January 29, 2012

Target Sign of IPB

Psycho-emotional relates to
- Feeling of unjustly persecuted and like to be centre of attention.
- Anaemia and Hepatitis tendency.

Thyroid Lacuna


a) The thyroid lacuna must attached to the border of the collarette.
b) A genetic tendency to hypothyroidism / underactive of thyroid function.


Friday, January 27, 2012

Collarette Bridge & Pancreas Sign


a) Bridge collarette formed at the ventral section - 205'~240' indicates
- Blood sugar imbalance tendency.
- Progesterone deficiency tendency.
- Autoimmunity.
b) Time Risk sign at the mid-point of the bridge - 222.5, potential traumatic happended at the age of  22.5 to 23.
c) Dirk Hamer Syndrome analysis relate to pancreas dysfunction.


a) Internal crypt located inside the collarette - 225' suggest stress in ileum.
b) Crypts attached to the border of the collarette - 242' embryological indicate blood sugar imbalance, pancreas dysfunction.

Wednesday, January 25, 2012

IPB Morphologies, Space Risk, Classical, Embryological & Emotional Dynamic of the Collarette Analysis - tsk


a) Pearls sign of the IPB at the frontal and medial nasal section of the IPB structure.
b) M sign IPB relate to blood sugar imbalance, pancreas deficiency tendency.
c) Localised absence of the IPB at 182' concern with sigmoid disturbances and possible stress in coccyx area.
d) Melanin/brown pigments located inside the collarette / inner pupillary zone in 58' & 290' suggest embryological analysis - blood sugar imbalance and possible thymus gland deficiency.
e) An important tiny melanin pigment patch located at the border of the collarette - 92' classically relate to potential thyroid dysfunction and unresolved emotional issue with father figure. 
f) Defect markings / smaller crypts located inside the border of the pupillary zone / collarette - 182', 252' and 265' embryologically relates to  kidneys insufficiency, frontal sinusitis and breast related problem. 
g) Radial furrows / minor ray penetrated the border of the collarette in 325' an embryological signs relates to cardiac condition, take note the cholesterol ring around the limbus. Also observe the minor ray at 155' concern with prostate condition.
h) Linear collarette at the ventral section of the collarette - 125' to 210'.


a) Buttonholes shaped of the frontal IPB tendency to have accumulation of uric acid, a tendency to osteoarthritis and cardiac stress condition due to hyperacidity.
b) Whitened IPB is presented around the edge of the IPB structure.
c) Pearl sign is highlighted.
d) Suggest local absence of the IPB at 62'.
e) Multiple internal lacunae/crypts / defect markings were attached in the inner pupillary zone, observe and set priority to analyse  the smallest, tiny with deep level of stroma formation (chronic to degenerative levels)) genetic structural signs as highlighted at 145', 175', 180', 195' and 230' in classical and embryological approach. Embryological signs at 145', 180', 195' & 230' concerns potential of kidneys insufficiency, breast related problem, prostate disturbances and blood sugar imbalance.
f) Single melanin pigment seated inside border of the collarette at 90' suggest kidneys insufficiency tendency.
g) Observe the important an indentation of the collarette at 90' suggest tendency to have heart disease or cardiac risk sign is been highlighted ! emotionally related to forceful masculine or father figure ! (refer (c) - Rx)
g) Radial furrow radiate at 130' concern with spleen deficiency.
h) Linear collarette formation - 110' to 127' .

I have not intend and perhapes overdiagnose in my case studies with lack of supported  other medical diagnostic and functional tests , the purpose is to apply the Multidimensional Iridology techniques and approach in an objective of learning and educational manner.

Irregularity of The Frontal Neuroendocrine Inner Pupillary Border - 340'~40' in Multidimensional Approach - IPB Morphologies, Space Risk & IPB Spinal Analysis



In this case we can see that the deviation of the frontal IPB - 340'~40'-Rx  formed in sectional hypertrophy, neurolappen or nerve rags formation, localised absence and introflession with indented IPB adjacent to the surface of the  pupil, according to John Andrews it indicates :
- Complex PNEI alterations & compromise.
- Poor resistance to emotional and physical stress or trauma.
- Psychosomatic illness tendency under this type of IPB structure.
- Impaired hormonal adaptability.
The frontal sectional hypertrophy of the IPB structure in a form of introflession and extroflession covered the range of 350' to 70' degree. Localised absence of the IPB at 48' of Space Risk & Spinal IPB analysis is highlighted. Space Risk 6 concern with potential muscular tension in neck and shoulder.

The frontal sectional absence of the IPB, localised hypertrophy, introflession and multiple morphologies is observed in Lx IPB
a) Localised indentation or introflession of the IPB with single undulation formation suggest Space Risk and Spinal IPB  evaluation is recommended.
b) Hypertrophy of the Squared IPB.
c) Please note that the localised hypertrophy or expansion structure of the IPB tissues covered between 300' to 330' & 30' to 50' suggest a potential neuromuscular stress at the spinal cord of  Cervical Vertebrae areas. In fact, the client claimed with no issue with her neck and shoulder at this present.....

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Monday, January 23, 2012

IPB, Embryological & Classical - Thyroid Sign

a) Sqaured IPB relates to thyroid dysfunction, a genetic history of hypothyroidism, concerns with verbal expression and conflict with father figure, according to John Andrews.
b) U Shaped IPB.
c) Crypts attached on the border of the collarette at 87', classsical view relate to thyroid dysfunction.
d) Crypts located inside the border of the collarette at 282', embryological sign of thyroid imbalance.
e) Closed lacuna at 235' relate to blood sugar condition.
f) Internal lacuna at 30'-Lx embrylogical relate to heart condition.
g) Tiny defect marking located on the border of the collarette - 265' - Lx , concerns with thyroid imbalance tendency.

W Sign, Space Risk, IPB Spinal & Linear Collarette - Part 2

Lx, Male

a) W sign of the IPB
b) Localised absence of the IPB at 175' (covered with whitened IPB), 235' & 290' manifests Space Risk & IPB Spinal analysis - SR26, 18 & 9 indicates :
- Stress in rectum & anus, hemorrhoids and sigmoid diverticulosis tendency, potential neuromuscular tension in Sacrum.
- Kidney insufficnecy and possible stress in Lumbar Veetebrae.
- Cardiac stress and potential stress in Throcic Vertebrae.
c) Linear Collarette at the Medial Nasal section of the collarette.
Please refer to and compare with Part 1.

Sunday, January 22, 2012

The Physical & Emotional Dynamics of the IPB Formations - Linear, Detached, Whitened, Pearl, Localised Hypertrophy/ Solitary Nuerolappen Sign- Part 1


a) Linear with sectoral detachment leaving gap in between the edge of the IPB and the pupil itself at the lateral temporal section of the depigmented IPB, according to John Andrews it indicates :
- Rigidity of physical movement due to a hyperacid inner milieu.
- Inflexibility of the emotional expression.
- The client had an accident 20 years ago, since them had difficulty in walking and possible could had an injury of the spine.
- Poor circulation and hypotension tendency.
- Motivational problem and anxiety triggered by stress.
b) Localised hypertrophy / Solitary Neurolappen of the IPB at 300' suggest Space Risk 8 concerns with acute and chronic tracheitis, whooping cough. Psycho-emotional concerns with depression, unexpressed anger and insomnia problems.
c) Suggest Pearl sign of the IPB suggest a family tendency history of intestinal polyposis, dysbiosis and inflammatory of bowel condition. An uneasy relationship with one's mother or prominent female figure.
d) Whitened or hypopigmentation of the IPB tissues indicates premature ageing, oxidative stress, osteoarthritis and tendency to bone fractures.
e) Embryological sign at the inner pupillary zone suggest hypothalamus stress.
f) Linear collarette formation at the medial nasal section - 80'~110' indicates :
- Hyperinsulinaemia and blood sugar imbalance tendency
- The Immune Cell & PNEI Analysis  - suggest concern with Thymus T-Cells
g) An indentation of the collarette 190' & 258' manifests Classical, Time Risk &  Emotional Dynamics of the Collarette evaluation.
- Gastrointestinal disturbances, stress in adrenal and heart, adrenal fatigue and cardiovascular risk.
- Psycho-emotional concerns with partnership problem and  unresolved of sadness issues.
h) Embryological sign/ internal closed lacuna at the inner pupillary zone- 290' suggest stress in larynx and pharynx relates to ENT disorder problems.
i) Closed lacuna attached on the border of the collarette at 280' relate to cardiac problem, potential of heart disease. Observe the corneal arcus at limbus