Irlen testing is the process of using an IELTS sample to diagnose ILLS (inmanifugal laryngeal syndrome) based on a positive IELTS score. Inmanifugal scores are based on a person’s ability to communicate in English. This may be difficult for patients who may speak several languages. It has been reported that as many as 80% of patients who have been diagnosed with ILLS, often have fluency in a language other than English. Therefore, it has become a common procedure for doctors to ask patients to complete an IELTS and to conduct further testing to confirm a diagnosis of ILLS using the patient’s native language.
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An additional factor that makes the IELTS even more important is the fact that it is one of the only tests in which both parents can give a positive result. Therefore, if one of the parents has had hair loss and the other has not, the test will be more likely to yield a positive result for one of the parents than it would a negative result. It is important to note however that a negative result does not necessarily mean that there has been no hair loss in the patient or that the hair follicles are healthy. The test only evaluates the ability of the hair follicles to receive nutrients and accept the protein from the blood stream.
As previously mentioned, the IELTS is a very effective tool for diagnosing ILLS. However, it should not be used as a primary diagnostic test. In most cases, a hair loss clinic will use an automated pulsed dye technique (APR) to determine the presence of hair loss in a patient. A hair loss clinic will also use the ABA procedure to diagnose children with ILLS.