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As we previously outlined in another article, the Topographic Area (TA) of the alterations and weaknesses of bronchi manifests itself between 80º and 115º on crown no.4 and part of the structure of the collar. One of the most representative iridian signs and the one that we most commonly find in bronchial disorders is the “Alteration of the collar”. The collar is normally found to be thicker and with a relief, or with a different brightness, with a clear or whitish colour predominating. The collar or collarette can be deformed or cut up.
Below you can see several cases of bronchitis.
Case 1. 22-year-old man.
Many people that suffer from bronchi problems not only suffer from respiratory problems to that part, rather, they also have weak lungs. This case is an example of that. The area outlined in red corresponds to the TA of the bronchi and that which is dotted in green marks the TA of the lungs.
In the area of the right bronchus, in addition to the “Alteration of the collar”, there is a “Stain”.
It is very evident to see how on the TA of the lungs, there is a significant change on the surface of the iris. Observed at a distance, the change is evident. However, by looking in closer detail we can see the structure of the iris tissue through the loss of colour. On the right iris, in the upper part of the TA of the lung, there is a large Lacuna where its limitations are very well defined in the upper part (at 68º and the collar), however you do not see where it ends in the lower part because the tissue of the iris is altered until reaching 115º. Strangely, the surface of the altered iris defines the TA of the right lung.
Case 2. 56-year-old woman.
This is one of the clearest examples of bronchitis. “Alteration of the collar” through thickening. Sometimes the collar forms like a cord where sometimes it detaches from certain points and it can be seen hanging in the aqueous humour.
In the TA of the lungs, it is very normal to find iridian signs that have been active at some point, therefore it is very difficult to know what the phase of the sign is that we find in the respiratory tracts. “Concentric circles” in the TA of the lungs can be seen on the two irises however they are more cut on the left. This informs us that they have been affecting that zone at some point and that they can become active again if the right circumstances come into play.
Case 3. 72-year-old woman.
In this case, the “Alteration of the collar” is more evident due to a colour change on the left iris. However, the shape of the collar with this relief and those characteristics already indicates to us that the signs are old and that there have been bronchial problems. On the right lung we can observe a “Transversal” on crown no.6 which goes up to crown no.5. This type of signs indicates a greater risk of degeneration if the right circumstances come into play. When the “Transversal” iridian sign is active in the TA of the lungs, there is a reduced respiratory capacity.
Case 4. 79-year-old man.
In this case we also wanted to draw the TAs of the bronchus and lung because we can see very significant signs in both cases. The collar is swelled and has a relief in the TA of the bronchi. Within the area outlined in green (TA of the lung) we can clearly see how there are areas where a loss of “Pigmentation” has taken place which makes it possible to see the iris stroma that there is below. The loss of colour on the surface is similar to the “Lacuna” shape. On the right iris is the zone that would correspond to the inferior lobe, middle lobe, and on the left iris it is in the middle of the TA.
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