Please sign up for the course before taking this quiz.
  1. The patterns in the iris show genetic predispositions and provide the iridologist with the proper questions to ask each individual.10
  2. If a trauma fork appears in the superior sector of the sclera, there will often be a flattening at the top of the pupil indicating possible head injury.10
  3. A brown pigment anywhere in the iris suggests possible liver challenges.10
  4. The best magnifying lens to use to observe the iris is one that has 10x magnification.10
  5. The corneal arcus shows a potential for elevated levels of serum cholesterol as well as circulatory concerns.10
  6. It is most beneficial for the iridologist to observe the overall constitutions by color or structure first.10
  7. When the corneal arcus appears on the temporal sides of the iris, the best question to ask is if the person is having headaches.10
  8. When taking iris photographs, it is a good idea to change the lighting and aperture each time you take the pictures.10
  9. A shoe lacuna that appears in the kidney reaction field is considered topolabile to the kidney.10
  10. If the nutritive zone is yellow, it is most important to ask questions about the liver.10
Back to: Chapter 19-Performing an Iris Analysis Evaluation