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  1. Reflexive fibers are light in color, raised, and represent areas with a tendency for inflammation.10
  2. Rooftop transversals usually occur in the top of the iris in the brain area and show a potential for vertigo.10
  3. Transversal forks look like a V and in the muscular zone could mean muscular pain or aching.10
  4. If a person has arthritis or their parents had arthritic symptoms, it is very possible they would have rooftop transversals.10
  5. Transversals are fibers that travel across radial fibers and may be black, light gray or yellow.10
  6. Osseous netting represents iris fibers that cross over each other showing a tendency for scar tissue.10
  7. All transversals show a tendency for agitation, irritation or inflammation in the organ areas you find them in.10
  8. A spleen/heart transversal is a cardiac sign that shows a person has had a heart attack.10
  9. Iris radial fibers are made of blood vessels and are called trabeculae.10
  10. Transversals run diagonally to the straight iris fibers and are topolabile to the organ areas they pass through.10
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