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Heterochromia Iridis Symptoms, Causes, Treatment - How ...

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How rare is heterochromia iridis? What causes heterochromia iridis?

Heterochromia iridum - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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Central heterochromia is an eye condition where there are two colors in the same iris; the central (pupillary) zone of the iris is a different color than the mid ...

Celebrities with Heterochromia | List of Famous People ...

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Celebrities with heterochromia have a fascinating condition: their eyes are actually two different colors. In some cases, this anomaly is extremely noticeable, in ...

Heterochromia: MedlinePlus Medical Encyclopedia

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Heterochromia is uncommon in humans, but quite common in dogs (such as Dalmatians and Australian sheep dogs), cats, and horses.

Heterochromia | definition of heterochromia by Medical ...

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heterochromia [het″er-o-kro´me-ah] diversity of color in a part normally of one color. heterochromia i´ridis difference in color of the iris in the two eyes, or ...

Heterochromia - Home

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Heterochromia can affect many different areas of the eye. Pigmentation is responsible for the coloration of your body as a whole. It (specifically melanin, which is ...

Heterochromia | University of Maryland Medical Center

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Considerations. Heterochromia is uncommon in humans, but quite common in dogs (such as Dalmatians and Australian sheep dogs), cats, and horses.

Heterochromia - Symptoms, Causes, Tests - NY Times Health ...

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Back to TopConsiderations. Heterochromia is uncommon in humans, but quite common in dogs (such as Dalmatians and Australian sheep dogs), cats, and horses.

Teaching cases: Heterochromia - PubMed Central (PMC)

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Although some patients have pigment changes involving only 1 segment of the iris (segmental heterochromia or heterochromia iridium), 1 our patient's entire iris was ...

Heterochromia - RightDiagnosis.com

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Heterochromia: Introduction. Heterochromia: Heterochromia is a condition in which a person has two different colored eyes. See detailed information below for a list ...