Wednesday, July 30, 2014

Tracer & Immune Compromise Congestion Line - LLQ (Left Lateral Quadrant)

Observe this traveling line or tracer line crossing with 2 quadrants of LLQ to LMQ (Left Lower Quadrant to Left Medial Quadrant - Chest & Abdomen Quadrant). Normally, it dealing with glandular system fatigue. 
1) Could you explain the Quality of this tracer line ? 
2) What type of organs or tissues are involved under this configuration ?
3) Does the Cornea Arcus around the iris limbus enhance the meaning of this tracer line ?
4) What kind of suggestions can you make for this person ?
5) Observe the (b1) stress line discontinued with fading and then branching toward to edge of iris, what does it mean ?
6) The conjunctiva line as N1 or Fine Webbing forming nearest to the spleen & heart zones, could you explain of this situation ?

Friday, July 25, 2014

Blood Sugar Imbalance Signs - Classical & Cellular Approaches - Rx - (kala)

Female, 63
Family history of diabetes and heart disease problems
Identify the correlation of radial furrow at pupillary zone - 180'  and two pancreas lacunae at 115' & 240'...

Monday, July 21, 2014

Radial Furrows at Pupillary Zone & Pigmentation - Lx - (sph)

I would like you to try for analyse the above iris signs :
a) Yellow Pigmented Collarette - An annular of yellow pigment around the collarette border indicate tendency to renal dysfunction.
b) Yellow-Whitish Pigments scattered around at ciliary & limbus zones - Brushfield's Spot sign indicate tendency for lymphatic congestion with immune compromise and kidney concerns.
c) Linear Collarette at lateral temporal section - represent family history of blood sugar imbalance tendency. 
d) Inferior Nasal Flatness - indicate possible of renal disturbances and correlation with uterine problem.
e) Multiple Radial Furrows or major rays at 345', 40', 190', 230', 250', 265', 320' & 345' in Physical, Embryological and Kreb's Cycle approaches.
Could you identify the correlations of combination iris signs:
a) Inferior Nasal Flatness + Linear Collarette+ Brown Pigment + Kreb's Cycle sign at 40', 190' & 230'
b) Solitary Lacuna at 275'- Rx (right iris) + Kreb's Cycle signs at 40'  & 230'
c) Kreb's Cycle sign at 250' + Brown Pigment
d) Linear collarette + Kreb's Sign at 265'
( Please refer Embryological & Kreb's Cycle Charts by John Andrews)

Saturday, July 19, 2014

The Stress Axis, Solitary Lacuna, Yellow Pigmented & Squared Collarette - Rx - (sph)

Rx, Female
Please compare and identify the correlations of classical & multidimensional iridology approaches :
1) Lymphatic Constitution, Neurogenic Disposition, Hydrogenoid Diathesis.
2) Multiple Brushfield's spot in the iris limbus (hydrogenoid) indicate tendency for lymphatic congestion, immune compromise and sensitivities.
3) Contraction Furrows 
4) Moderate level of Radial Furrows 
5) The Stress Axis - Radial Furrow at 360'/0' & 180' indicate Hypothalamus, Pituitary & Adrenal glands imbalance indicate experience of adverse reactions,  poor adaptability to stress and autoimmune related disease.
6) Squared Collarette indicate a family history of autoimmune diabetes mellitus, compromised adrenal and anxiety syndromes.
7) Yellow Pigmented Collarette is a classic sign for renal insufficiency, but perhaps we should reassign our focus, as the overburden on  the kidneys are the end result of intestinal dysbiosis & a mesenchymal acid barrier.
8) An important of solitary closed lacuna attached on the external border of the collarette at 275' indicate predisposition to cardiovascular risk. Time Risk marking .
9) Scurf Ring is observed around the iris limbus.

a) Major Rays at 360' & 180'  can be classified as multidimensional iris signs, if we concentrate on pupillary zone or internal collarette border. In embryological approach, radial furrow at 360'& 180' represent hypothalamus, adrenal and kidneys stress. In cellular level, it associate with Pyruvic acid imbalance which concern with diabetes mellitus and hepatic compromise tendency.
b) Minor ray / radial furrow at pupillary zone - 20'  also indicate Pyruvic acid imbalance.
c) Observe a diffuse melanin/ brown pigment located at the border of the collarette, it also represent a multidimensional sign :
    - In psycho-emotional aspect it relate to anger, suppression of expression and issue of betrayal. 
    - Time Risk marking
d) Solitary lacuna attached on the border of the collarette at 275' indicate potential of emotional suppression and experiencing traumatic or emotional stress at the aged of 14 +/-
e) Medial Nasal Pupil Flatness indicates tendency to breathing difficulties ( observe some rarefaction of iris fibres at bronchials reflexive zone), thyroid gland imbalance and family cardiac history of Arrhythmia and Angina pectoris.

Friday, July 18, 2014

Thursday, July 17, 2014

Blood Sugar Imbalance Signs - Lx - (nab)

- High cholesterol
- Hepatitis B
- Diabetes
Please identify which iris signs indicate this person is predisposition to blood sugar imbalance ? at least 3 signs can be identified.

The linear collarette, collarette bridge and embryological sign at pupillary zone, they all are indicate genetic predisposition blood sugar imbalance.

Monday, July 14, 2014

Local Absent of the IPB at 305'-Rx & Lacuna at 90'-Lx - (taj)

Right Iris

Left Iris
Heart problem since 15 years ago.
Observe a thyroid lacuna located external border of the collarette - 90'-Rx correlate with a local absent of the IPB at 305'-Lx signify as Space Risk 7 that indicate genetic predisposition to thyroid imbalance tendency. Take note a heart lacuna at 70'-Lx.

Friday, July 11, 2014

Identify of Genetic Signs - Rx - (amir)

Female, 8
a) Explain the contraction furrows at lateral temporal section of  the iris, identify it potential genetic weakness or consider as normal condition ?
b) Does it labeled as  Anxiety Tetanic which formed by circular contraction furrows, which caused by enlarged pupil that pushing the iris fibres overlapping in wavy forms towards to limbus zones ?
c) Is that consider normal as the pupil is enlarged or dilation formed Mydriasis for this little girl ?
d) Observe the collarette structure, which local structure attract you attention ?
e) Could you suggest one of the major family inheritance weakness on this iris ?

One of the major genetic weakness tendency from this iris are the linear collarette located at the superior & inferior temporal section of the collarette, it indicate a family history of insulin resistance and hyperprolactinaemia tendencies.

The Periphery Signs - Rx - (amir)

Identify these 3 periphery signs and explain their general characteristics -
1) Melanin patches around the edge of the iris.
2) Blue haze circulated around the sclera at the edge of iris
3) Multiple contraction furrows with breaks at iris limbus

Thursday, July 10, 2014

Inferior Nasal Flatness, Crypt & Lacunae at Internal & External Border of the Collarette - Lx - (lls)

Male, Lx
Observe the correlations with identifying the common genetic weaknesses for Inferior Nasal Flatness, Crypt at internal collarette border - 245' & Lacunae at external border of the collarette - 180' & 190'. 
a) Consider apply Citric Acid Cycle analysis for crypt at internal collarette border - 245'.
b) Physical weakness tendency for inferior nasal flatness.
c) Lacunae at 180' & 190' in classical approach.

Inferior Nasal Flatness Correlate with Multiple Lacunae Attached on the External Border of the Collarette - Lx - (osc)

Male, Lx
Please analyse the Inferior Nasal Flatness and identify the correlation with lacunae which attached on the external border of the collarette at 155', 185', 200' & 220'.  

Tuesday, July 08, 2014

Medial Nasal Flatness Corresponded to Lacunae at 90' & 100' - Rx - (osc)

Identify the common inheritance weakness tendency for Medial Nasal Flatness (MNF) corresponded to lacunae attached on the external border of the collarette at 90' & 100'.

Multiple Pupil Flattenings Corresponded to Lacunae Attached at Border of the Collarette - (saa) - Lx

Observe the correlation of pupil flattenings - Medial Nasal & Inferior Nasal Pupil Flatness with closed lacunae attached on the external border of the collarette at 72', 95', 185' & 260'. Take note an indentation of the collarette by lacuna at 95' as Time Risk marking !
a) Lacunae at 72' & 95' indicate genetic tendency to cardiovascular problem which correlate Medial Nasal Flatness (MNF).
b) Lacuna at 260' (might be thymus) conjunction with Medial Nasal Flatness, both signified thyroid gland imbalance tendency.
c) Inferior Nasal Flatness (INF) indicate genetic tendency to kidneys, renal & prostate insufficiency. Take note a lacuna at ventral border of the collarette - 185' !
d) Please pay attention to the neuromuscular tension in regard to the spinal zones of pupil flatness.

Lateral Temporal Flatness Vs Closed Lacuna at 255' - Rx - (saa)

Closed lacuna at 255' conjunction to the lateral temporal pupil flatness, what is the common genetic tendency of these 2 signs ?

M Sign IPB & Closed Lacuna at 120' - Rx - (saa)

Observe the M sign IPB & closed lacuna at 120', what are the correlation of these 2 signs ?

Squared IPB, Embryological & Classical Signs - Rx & Lx - (gbh)

Observe the Squared shape at the frontal of the IPB, Embryological sign at 280-Rx and classical thyroid sign at 265-Lx, they all are indicate this person is predispose of thyroid imbalance.