This is an interesting news article in Nature that describes alterations in the iris in individuals over time. We’ve always been told that irises do not change as we age, but that simply did not make sense to a number of people I’ve spoken with in the past. Certainly there were questions of trauma and other changes, but aging itself certainly could have induced changes in the iris. Continue reading “Iris Changes Complicate Biometric Scans”
Iris tumors are fairly common and have been featured here on Webvision before. Most “tumors” are actually cysts or benign nevi, but malignant melanomas also can occur. Continue reading “Iris Tumor Goniometer”
This image demonstrates an iris tumor that is sitting in the angle. Photograph was made by James Gilman of the Moran Eye Center using a Goldmann 3-mirror lens scatter illumination with a Zeiss photo slitlamp and a Nikon D-1X camera.
We present to you for your Friday viewing, another entry in the Art of Vision category, an artistic image of a montage of the iris and pupil from James Gilman of the Moran Eye Center