#108—SCLEROLOGY MAP (in English)
Now famous thru-out the world, our lovely Sclerology map is a joy to behold! Alive with bright pastel colors, it uses blended gradient tones to create a “work-of-art” appearance making both study and simply viewing it a genuine pleasure. In fact, it is proving to be far more popular than the original.
Of course, it shows all the important sclera areas, representing years of painstaking research and clinical lab analysis at Grand Medicine. The map layout is presented in the natural (and original with us) almond-shaped appearance of the human sclera for easier reading and transposition.
As with every Physical Iridology and Sclerology map, we must take into account the actual areas covered in each of the map locations.
As a 3-dimensional projection onto a 2-dimensional surface, significant reduction in actual map area parameters will necessarily occur. The only way to show the full areas of each body system, organ and tissue, as represented on a map, is to create a MapBook—which we did (see below).
That said, every effort has been made to account for these necessary reductions in this single map—and yet display all the more important and most often pathologically represented body areas. Result: a beautiful, altogether fun-to-use map that is unsurpassed in accuracy! The double-sided 8½” x 11” x 2 folding format is 11” x 17” as extended. It is printed back-to-back and is suitable for desk or wall mounting. So, be sure to leave it out where everyone can see it. They will be impressed!
#109—ESCLEROLOGIA MAPA (in Spanish)
The Spanish language version of our lovely pastel Sclerology map has been printed. Please note that the latest (2014) version of the GranMed Sclerology Map is available in Portuguese thru Prof. Andre W. Garcia ([email protected]).
NOTE: Please contact us if you would like to help us get this important document translated into your native language.