We live in a world today that has many irritating qualities about it. These irritations are reflected in the iris by white, acute, very active, inflamed fibers. They are areas of heavy whiteness usually radiating along thetrabecular length. From thin wispy lines to heavy masses, they show nerve energy being consumed at high rates.
The organs they pass over are sites of acid buildup, pains and discharges. Often times a fever is associated or a low-grade infection is involved. It is a sign of nutritional crisis. The chemical balance is upset and proper nutrients are needed.
A line running across the fibers in a transverse manner is called a "transversal." It indicates a situation in which an unusual amount of activity and stress is involved. Sometimes it will appear to be red in color and is a vascularization of the upper iris fibers.
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