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Is Heterochromia dominant?
yes is it
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Heterochromia and driver's license...Hello, as a person with sectoral heterochromia iridius, I just put the dominant color (brown). Most people don't notice anyway. Some licen…ses now have a "dichromatic" or other box as well, though. In my state they don't have anything for people with heterchromia or sectoral heterochromia. I have heterchromia myself but I just chose the most obvious color because one is a sky blue and the other is light green with a brown streak going downward. People never notice and it really isn't needed because of the low amount of people with noticeable heterochromia.
Answer Heterochromia is a condition where one eye's iris is a different color than the other eye's iris or one part of an eye's iris is a different color than th…e rest of the same eye's iris. Heterochromia is more common in dogs and cats than it is in humans. It can be acquired genetically or by an injury or inflammation.
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I would have to completely disagree as well. Central Heterochromia is so common it's not even funny. I have Sectoral (or partial) heterochromia and i have yet to see anyones e…yes (in person) that look like mine. I have one full blue eye, and the other eye is brown with a chunk of blue in it.) So to answer your question- Central Heterochromia= definitely common. Have you seen many people walking around with two completely different colored eyes? I have to see even one, but think this - central heterochromia is even rare among that! It signifies abnormally levels of toxin in the body in most cases, but sometimes it's genetic. (I have central heterochromia) I have central heterochromi(genetic)I have three colors actuall. brown in the cener and green outter. but there is also a even darker green ring on the very outside edge of my iris. my dad has full heterochromia one eye is green and one is brown. His green eye also has central heterochromia. newtest3 ---- Hello! I would have to disagree with them. Central Heterochromia doesn't seem to be as rare as Partial or Full Heterochromia. I myself have Central Heterochromia and know a few other people who do as well, whereas I don't know anyone with Partial or Full. And from what I understand of the research I've done, Partial is even rarer than Full. In the people I know with Central Heterochromia, most of them are usually classified as having "hazel" eyes because they have those different colored rings. Now, that's not the case for all people with hazel eyes, but it's very common for them to be misclassified. So in terms of rarity, you have to think how many people in the world have hazel eyes? ~~~ I guess I'm the odd one then... I have Sectoral and Central heterochromia... My eyes are normally green, but when you look at the, the top half of both of them is brown. They also have a dark grey ring around the outside of them, as I just recently discovered. The odd thing about that, is that my mom had blue/grey-ish eyes, and my dad has hazel ones. Neither my parents, nor their parents have brown eyes.
extremely rare How "extremely rare" is it, I mean what percentage of the US population has sectoral heterochromia?
you are born with heterochromia. my left eye is blue with gold around the pupil.the top of my right eye is blue and the bottom of it is brown.my great uncle had hectochromia. … That is wrong. Heterochromia has many causes, including being born with it: Eye injuryEye inflammationEye tumorBleeding in the eyeor other medical conditions To be born with it, you'd have to be born with different melanin levels. If you want Heterochromia that bad, have someone punch you in the eye as hard as they can. It will inflame for a few days, then most likely (and I mean VERY likely) will cause Heterochromia in the eye you were hit in. Otherwise, buy colored contacts.
It can be hereditary or it Can be caused from eye injury or disease you might want to consult a doctor he can tell you if it is diseased u might want to see one soon in …case it is diseased you could lose your eyesight
The condition is usually obtained by birth, all it is is a different eye color. Nothing dangerous or harmful.
No, it's not; some people have it genetically inherited. It can be a sign of too many toxins in the body, is sometimes caused by injuries in the brain, tumors, cer…tain eye drops, or caused by conjoint twins. It's not, in any way, a disease itself. Unless, of course, you're talking about Simple Heterochromia, which is a disease where there are other ocular or systematic problems.
Yes wolves can have heterochromia whether through genetics or health problems such as eye injury, inflammation, use of certain eyedrops, tumors, etc. The same also applies to …just about every animal.
Complete Heterochromia is rare in humans, but it is common in animals such as dogs and cats.
it depends on your point of view. Heterochromia is just a variation in eye color; not harmful.
Yes she actualy does which makes her very lucky indeed
Heterochromia is a genetic mutation that cannot be passed down to children. It occurs as a defect in meiosis, and it produces an extra gene for eye colour. Alas, there is a gr…eater chance that the child of a person with heterochromia will also get heterochromia, because there is a better chance of the gene mutating. But still, the chance of heterochromia is rare nonetheless.
Probably not. In many breeds it is considered a flaw so the dog may be less expensive.
People usually are born with it, but under certain circumstances you can get Heterochromia by a eye damage, tumor or inner bleeding .
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