In this study, the relationship between individuals' cholesterol levels and the width of the sodium ring was investigated. Firstly, iris images were taken of 100 individuals with total cholesterol levels of 200 mg/dL and above. The average grey scale value (AGSV) for each iris image with a sodium ring was calculated. Secondly, the relationship between the AGSV and cholesterol... Read More
An unhealthy lifestyle can impact body health, causing, for example, metabolic syndrome and hypercholesterolemia. Metabolic syndrome, including high blood sugar, causes diabetes mellitus (DM). Abnormal cholesterol levels cause hypercholesterolemia (HC), which contributes to various forms of cardiovascular disease (CVD). According to the WHO, DM and CVD are the main causes of death in the top ranking. Early detection of... Read More
Cholesterol is a fat that is mostly formed by the body itself, especially in the liver. Cholesterol is very useful for the body but will be very dangerous if it has excessive levels. The impact of excessive cholesterol is the emergence of deadly diseases such as heart disease, stroke and poor blood circulation. In this study, one of the... Read More
Diabetes has become a global problem due to changing lifestyles, daily eating habits, level of stress encountered by people, etc. According to statistics of the World Health Organization (WHO) in 2016, 8.5% of the adult population of the world is suffering from diabetes. Therefore, early detection of diabetes has become a global challenge. The iris of the human eye... Read More
BACKGROUND: Thyroid dysfunction is one among the most common endocrine disorder with potentially devastating health consequences that affect all populations worldwide. Test available to detect thyroid disorders are relatively very costly. Iris diagnosis is an alternative non-invasive, and inexpensive diagnostic tool and technique which claims that pattern, colors, and other characteristics of the iris can be examined to determine... Read More
The liver is a vital human body organ and its functionality can be degraded by several diseases such as hepatitis, fatty liver disease, and liver cancer and so forth. Hence, the early diagnosis of liver diseases is extremely crucial for saving human lives. With the rapid development of multimedia technology, it is now possible to design and implement a... Read More
Objective: The aim of this case study was to describe a case of iris diagnosis of primary hyperhidrosis and the use of Korean medicine.
Methods: A patient with symptoms of hyperhidrosis was diagnosed as having Taeeumin after assessment using the four basic Korean diagnostic methods. Iris diagnosis was used for further examination. The images obtained showed a remarkably defined collarette... Read More
Cholesterol is a fat that is in human blood for the formation of several hormones and new cell walls. However, the recommended level of cholesterol in the blood for each person varies. It depends on each person whether they have a higher or lower risk of being diagnosed as a disease. Normal human cholesterol levels are in the... Read More
High cholesterol level remains the primary source of critical illness like Coronary Heart Disease (CHD), stroke and Peripheral Arterial Disease (PAD). A level of cholesterol greater than 240 mg/dL in the blood is considered a high cholesterol condition. In testing the cholesterol level, an individual had to fast for 9 to 12 hours before giving their blood samples for... Read More
Purpose of the study:
The use of additional expert criteria in the diagnosis of sudden death by iridodiagnostic methods.
Materials and methods:
We used 126 sectional cases died of various diseases, and as a control group we used 33 sectional cases with severe craniocerebral injuries.
We used iridodiagnostic methods of investigation, as well as forensic chemical, medico-criminalistic and forensic histological methods.
The results of... Read More