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Common Conditions

Posted on October 15, 2011 at 12:53 0 Comments

PUPIL REFLEX: If a pupil does not contract when a bright light shines on to it, this indicates dulled nerve reflexes, weak adrenal glands or an overstimulated sympathetic nervous system, often from fear as a hidden, chronic condition. Adrenal stress is indicated if the pupils begin to expand and contract repeatedly when exposed to bright light for 30 seconds.

NERVE WREATH: A strong, white and almost circular outline of the intestinal area - the nerve wreath - indicates a…

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Structural signs

Posted on October 15, 2011 at 12:33 0 Comments

Structural signs

 

Pupil size

The pupil size is significant. The term ‘miosos’ refers to a small contracted pupil and generally indicates extreme guardedness and an inward directed nature. Pupil contraction can sometimes but not always suggest hyper active…

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Diathesis

Posted on October 15, 2011 at 12:21 0 Comments

Diathesis

Inherited or acquired tendency of the body.  It indicates the pathway of disease.  It can be active or remain latent

Hydrogenoid diathesis (lymphatic rosary)

 

Iris display: There are many tophi or small flocculations of a white or off…

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Dispositions

Posted on October 15, 2011 at 12:20 0 Comments

Disposition

Inherited conditions predisposing the body to disease evolution

Neurogenic

 

Predominantly found in the lymphatic constitutional type.  Burning candle at both ends; living on their nerves; over active people;  

Iris stroma; tight…

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