Connective Tissue Breakdown – Sclerology

Connective Tissue Breakdown – Sclerology

Connective tissue breakdown Sclerology markings are most often located in the lateral, medial and lower quadrants, and is identified as multiple very fine hair-like parallel lines. This marking is often associated with chronic degenerative diseases, and is an...
Venous Heart & Liver – Sclerology

Venous Heart & Liver – Sclerology

This right lateral sclera is indicating heavy congestion in the liver, and is creating a Sclerology marking known as liver-heart disharmony. The acidity of the liver is creating a negative influence into the venous heart, which may cause symptoms such as heart...
Endocrine Insufficiency – Sclerology

Endocrine Insufficiency – Sclerology

This sclera image is of a left lower quadrant, with the area of the uterus (located at 12:40 o’clock) being the focus. This area includes the uterus & cervix in females (prostate & scrotum in men), and bladder. This area is heavily congested, with many...
Drug Embedment – Sclerology

Drug Embedment – Sclerology

The sclera image above shows a distinct Sclerology marking of drug embedment primarily in the colon – a straight line running parallel to a wavy line. This is a D1, early stages of drug imbedment of simple tissue. This can be reversed and the lines will, in turn, fade...