Dilation of the pupil

Dilation of the pupil

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It is possible to encounter different difficulties when it comes to carrying out a suitable observation of the iris. One of them is that the person that we are going to observe has excessively dilated pupils. Whether due to physiological reasons, the use of an eye wash, drug or medication. Sometimes we find the iris completely contracted, which prevents us from viewing it.

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Alterations of the pupil and above all its own behaviour, inform us about alterations of the nervous system. Although many doctors do not believe in iridology, they do specially observe the behaviour and responses of the pupils in relation to changes in light. Especially emergency doctors.

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In this example, we can observe the same right iris with different dilations of the pupils, and see how the iris surface is changed, and therefore perceive the changes that form part of its tissue.

I wanted to draw different colour rectangles in order to have a reference of how a single same surface and the signs located there, are deformed and are perceived differently according to the degree of contraction.

In the first photograph from 2007, the pupil has a normal size. 9 years later (2016) I took the other photographs. This 26-year-old woman came with a highly altered nervous system, and by simply playing with the amount of light I managed to photograph the iris with different pupil sizes.

Although, in the second photograph it is still possible to see the iridian signs a little altered as a result of dilating. In the following photographs the relief of the zones and structures that stood out increases. If you were to come across the situation of a pupil like the last photograph or more marked, it would be impossible to assess the signs that were found there.

The Lacuna marked in blue, white and red have been deformed in such a way that they cover a larger surface, with changes to the initial degrees of their location.

When the surface of the crowns contracts, the Radiuses that we note on crowns no. 1 to 3 become Strips and Lacuna.

The Concentric circles and nerve rings do not disappear, rather, they are noted with a greater relief.

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