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  1. The famous German iridologist who researched and named both the straight and curved beak lacunae was named ____________.10
  2. A ____________ lacuna is topostabile in the kidney reaction field and indicates a genetic history of kidney disorders.10
  3. The leaf lacuna is most often found in the iris areas that represent the endocrine organs and glands of ____________.10
  4. A closed lacuna with tiny crypts stacked on top of each other is called the ____________ lacuna and represents an area with a tendency for blocked nerve flow.10
  5. If the torpedo lacuna touches the collarette, it could have an effect on the entire ____________ system.10
  6. A neuronal netting sign is usually found in the lung reaction field and may indicate a tendency for ____________.10
  7. All lacuna are ____________ structural iris signs and are there at birth.10
  8. A tulip lacuna is topostabile in the ____________ reaction field and shows a potential for nasal polyps.10
  9. ____________ crypts are indicators of a familial history of bowel disorders.10
  10. The Medusa or Jellyfish lacuna is often found in the lung, bronchus, and ____________ reaction fields.10
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