This “Post” forms part of a series of articles that provide additional information on the material outlined in the Orlando Conference: “Evolution of Iris Signs in Multiple Reflex Iridology”. At the “OUR” 18th Annual International Iridology & Integrative Healthcare Congress.
Additional Information on Case no. 6. Abrasion of the iris tissue.
We sometimes see that there has been a loss of pigmentation or a loss of colour on the surface of the iris due to abrasion with instruments during a cataracts operation. The Case 6 that we observed had physiological origins and informs us of an alteration or weakness at a cerebral level in the right lobe.
In this article, I show another different case of the loss of colour or Pigmentation. Here, the abrasion of the iris tissue has occurred as a result of a procedure. Therefore, there has been no physiological cause that has caused it on the iris. This is something that we need to take into account each time that we come across this kind of alteration.