- Created by: Holly Wakefield
- Created on: 03-09-18 15:39
The iris is a map of the human body; changes in the organs of the body are reflected in the corresponding areas of the iris.
THE LEFT IRIS DEPICTS LEFT SIDE BODY; RIGHT IRIS DEPICTS RIGHT SIDE BODY
The iris is densely structured with straight and fine fibres radiating from the pupillary ruff to the outer rim which connects to the ciliary body.
- Close grain (silk texture/ hardwood) = good recuperative strength and inherited vitality;
- Loose grain (net texture/ softwood) = weak recuperative strength and inherited vitality.
- Closed lesions (lacunae) = weak organ or tissue with no circulation reaching it.
- Open lesions (lacunae) = good circulation to organ but general weakness.
- Brown discolouration around the pupil…