Methodology - Phenomena - Diseases

Iridology 2

In their all-new 234-page Iridology textbook (which includes 118 beautifully-photographed and enlarged photos of the human iris), authors Willy Hauser, Josef Karl and Rudolf Stolz together offer their expert knowledge and analysis for the benefit of therapists in daily practice. Featuring never-before-published material, the book is a rich source of worthwhile information for the Iridologist.

In “Methodology”, Willy Hauser describes how to structure an analysis of the Iris and gives insights into the diagnostic areas covered by iridology.

Josef Karl then uses a range of impressive photos to illustrate the range of phenomena at the pupil border and the lens, and offers diagnostic evaluations of them.

Finally, in the chapter on diseases, Rudolf Stolz discusses some spectacular photos showing diseases of the eye and tissue alterations. Even though these may not be encountered on a daily basis, they are conditions which every good Iridologist should be able to recognise and evaluate.

This book is a comprehensive compiliation of variations in the eye and the iris which every therapist should understand. The book illustrates why it is important to differentiate between significant and non-significant phenomena in Iridology and pathological or congenital alternations which require clinical clarification.

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1. Methodology and possibilities (Willy Hauser)

1.1. Constitutional analysis

1.2. Mesenchymal analysis

1.3. Neurological analysis

       1.3.1. Mydriasis
       1.3.2. Miosis
       1.3.3. The partial flattening

1.4. Functional analysis (The wreath in iridology)
       1.4.1. The relative size as genetic disposition
       1.4.2. The structure of the wreath
       1.4.3. The pattern of the wreath
       1.4.4. The pigmentation and change of colour of the wreath


1.5. Organ analysis
1.6. Metabolic analysis
1.7. Genetic regulation analysis
1.8. Vascular analysis

2. The pupil margin (Josef Karl)

2.1. Background
2.2. Classification and sequence of images
2.3. The completely or partially thickened pupil border
2.4. The so-called neural lobe
2.5. The neurasthenic ring
2.6. The irregular, partially hypertrophic pupil border
2.7. The totally or partially degraded pupil border

3. The lens phenomena (Josef Karl)

3.1. Background
3.2. The cataract
3.3. Special forms of cataract

4. Diseases (Rudolf Stolz)

4.1. The pterygium
4.2. Dermoid
4.3. Neuroepithelium folded
4.4. Persistent pupillary membrane
4.5. Koch’ s sign
4.6. Synechia
4.7. Herpes zoster ophthalmicus
4.8. Cataract
4.9. Sectoral depigmentation
4.10. Conjunctival pigmented naevus
4.11. Malignant melanoma of the iris
4.12. Coloboma
4.13. Varicosis
4.14. Keratoglobus
4.15. Conjunctival cyst
4.16. Cystadenoma
4.17. Liver pickets
4.18. The pinguecula
4.19. Conjunctivitis
4.20. Episcleritis
4.21. Nodular scleritis
4.22. Discolouration of the sclera
4.23. Embryotoxon
4.24. Arcus lipoides corneae
4.25. Deposits
4.26. Kayser-Fleischer corneal ring
4.27. Wilson‘s disease
4.28. Neurofibromatosis
4.29. Iris bicolor

A. References