Video of the evolution of an iris
Example in which we can observe the changes that occur in the right iris of a man from 55 years to 68 years.
This is one of the practical cases that I will present at the next conference. It is one of the typical examples in which it ends up producing a complete change in the appearance of the iris. This is due to the use of medications for the treatment of glaucoma. There are certain eye drops that produce these changes in the iris. In the sequence of photos we observe how initially it is a biliary iris, and at the end of this sequence it resembles more a hematogenous-looking iris.
The characteristics of this case will be explained in more detail in the next conference, where the special characteristics of the iridiated signs will be exposed in this case. This video that we present is a small introduction of this peculiar case.
Below we see three images that we have used to promote the event.