This assessment is for the pupils and collarette and more accurate than iridology assessments due to the following factors.
1: The iris is genotypic and iris signs in the trabecular mesh, such as lacunae, only represent weak connective tissue and not active pathology. The body has the wonderful ability to compensate genetically weak connective tissue when we are younger. A lacunae found in lung sector of an individual who is 18 years old does not represent an active pathology unless there are also signs in the pupil.
2: The pupil will only start to show irregularities when there is a chronic pathology present. If the pupil sector that shows deformation, it is most probable that there will also be iridological sign in the same sector such as lucunae, pigments or transversals. The pupil deformation indicates an active pathology that can related to a genetic weakness or specific organ or system dysfunction.
3: It is nearly impossible for any human to accurately analyze all the possible irregularities of the human pupil and why highly scientific software is required to assist in the pupillary assessment process.
4: It is difficult to assess successful treatment using iridology since the iris trabeculae is genetic and does not change in exception to aging, pigment dispersion and transversal development. There is no hard data to support these findings. However, the pupil can show if treatment is successful by way of positive changes in the pupillary parameters located in assessment report.
Iridology can still be a very useful tool for the analysis of genetic weaknesses and there are currently over 150 clinical studies that have shown high accuracy in the detection of several active pathologies.