Deformations of the pupil are primarily changes that are affecting the
inner margin of the iris by paralysis or irritation of the nerves controlling
the muscles of the iris. Total deformation, in that the natural form diverges
toward an oval shape, is believed to suggest a disturbance with the central
nerve association. Partial deformation, or sectoral flattening, is an indicator
for evaluating the condition of the central nervous system in relation
to organs whose areas are concentrated in the section of the iris corresponding
to the flattened segment. The ordinary functioning of the nerves to all
areas of the body can be dispersed by misalignments of the vertebrae. Examination
of pupil tonus can identify problem areas of the spine.
Examine for weakness and motor disturbances in lower extremities with
possible paralysis or pains due to muscle spasms extending from the buttocks
Observe for right sided paralysis, genito-Urinary disturbances.
Observe for left-sided paralysis, sexual disturbances, lack of strength
and energy in the legs.
Observe for nervous asthma, bronchus difficulties
Potential history of diphtheria or meningitis, possible background of
hereditary syphilitic damage
Impending cerebral hemorrhage or clotting with possible coma or paralysis
Tendencies to depression, fatigue, paranoia, melancholy and guilt feelings,
possible subluxation of C1 vertebra
Observe for weakness in arm and shoulder movement, irritation and possible subluxation T1-4, T6 & 7 vertebrae, hepatic insufficiency. Problems with the movement of both arms and neuralgic pains may be indicated. The cause often stems from the cervical plexus. Muscle twitching along the spinal column can be seen showing nerve impulses being falsely directed. Flatting of the right pupil indicates liver and portal vein problems. Left pupil flattening indicates paralysis of the heart.
Hearing difficulties - possibly due to dilation of the of the cerebral
vessels or tumors in the cerebellum, possible subluxation C1-5 vertebrae.
Restriction with breathing with possible heart conditions, possible
subluxation C1, T1-4 vertebrae. This pupil shape indicates
breathing difficulties, since the vital lung capacity is much lower than
normal. These difficulties may manifest as asthma or bronchitis. When the
flattened area appears in the right pupil only, it indicates hysteria.
When in the left pupil only, shows hypochondriac tendencies. Larger flattened
areas in the right pupil show spinal vertebrae weakness and disposition
to nervous breakdown. Larger flattened areas in the left pupil show there
is a disposition to heart problems through faulty nerve impulses.
Nervous breathing, possible impending circulatory collapse Typical breathing
problems directly related to the nervous system. Cardiac conditions are
also often present. Coordination of the lungs, chest and intercostal muscles
are faulty due to nerve regulation and possible lung paralysis.
Weakness in pelvis and lower extremities, poor eliminative abilities, possible persistent headaches.
This pupil shape indicates difficulty of movement, stiffness and weakness
of the legs and feet. It can also relate to spinal misalignments and may
cause severe headaches.
Anxiety states, neuroses, muscle spasms, , tendency to cerebral hemorrhage