Markings

The anatomical sources on which iridology relies are three: the iris surface, the pupil  and the sclera. Each of these structures provides information which integrates patient’s evaluation. Main iridology markings Lacunae. Oval or lozange shaped area without fibers or with very sparse one. Bright fibers. Lightening of texture. Transversal fibers. … Continue reading

Iris Charts and Maps

The connections between internal organs and body surface are utilized in Iridology as well as in Traditional Chinese Acupuncture, Reflexology and Kinesiology. The founder of modern Iridology (I.V. Peczely) published the first map of the iris in 1880. Since then, many different iris maps have been published. The maps elaborated … Continue reading

Iridology and autonomic nervous system

The pupil’s response to light and environment is a reliable indicator of nervous system activity. The pupil’s dilation, being  regulated by the involuntary innervation of organs (the autonomic nervous system), gives trustworthy data in this regard. The autonomic nervous system is composed of two major sections in constant balance with … Continue reading

Handbooks

THE BASICS OF IRIDOLOGY – A COLLECTION OF THREE HANDBOOKS ON IRIDOLOGY   THE AUTHOR Francesco Puerari MD has worked in an Italian General Hospital’s Anesthesia and Intensive Care Unit for 34 years. He has earned several postgraduate specializations (Anesthesia and Intensive Care, Dietetics and Nutrition, Medical Toxicology, Neurology) at … Continue reading

Dictionary

Iris dictionary TRANSLATIONS OF THE WORD “IRIDOLOGY” English: iridology German: Augendiagnose, Iridodiagnose French: Iridologie Spanish, Italian, Portuguase: Iridologia Dutch: Iriscopie,  Irisdiagnostiek Russian: иридология Japanese: 虹彩学     Acetylcholine. Neurotransmitter inducing pupil constriction. Cholesterol Ring – (Sodium Ring, Gerontoxon) whitish band partially or wholly encircling the periphery of the iris. Ciliary … Continue reading

Introduction to Iridology

IRIS RECOGNITION AND IRIDOLOGY Iris analysis is used in two main fields: Iris recognition and Iridology. Iris recognition is a biometric automated method used in the field of privacy and security. Like a snowflake, the iris is unique: a distinctive pattern that forms randomly in uterus in a process called chaotic … Continue reading

Tables & images

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Iris Patterns

The iris is easy to examine. No invasive procedures are required, but simple ophthalmic instruments.
Iridology studies the colored portion of the eye named iris.
The iris is a highly innervated organ which is stimulated both by the external environment as well as by the body. Continue reading

The Author

Francesco Puerari “I love Medicine: I am interested in all aspects of the medical profession including official medecine as well as complementary medecine. After graduation, I specialized in Anesthesia and Intensive Care and started working in an intensive care unit (three years) at the Hospital of Cremona, Italy. In the … Continue reading