Results for: Heterochromia

What is 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 the rest o (MORE)
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Exactly how rare is central heterochromia?

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 (MORE)
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How rare is sectoral heterochromia?

extremely rare How "extremely rare" is it, I mean what percentage of the US population has sectoral heterochromia?
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How do you get 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 great uncle had hectochromia. (MORE)
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What causes sectoral heterochromia?

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 i (MORE)

Is heterochromia bad?

The condition is usually obtained by birth, all it is is a different eye color. Nothing dangerous or harmful.
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Is Heterochromia a disease?

No, it's not; some people have it genetically inherited. It can be a \nsign of too many toxins in the body, is sometimes caused by injuries in \nthe brain, tumors, certain eye (MORE)
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Is heterochromia rare?

Complete Heterochromia is rare in humans, but it is common in animals such as dogs and cats.
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Can Heterochromia be passed on to children?

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 (MORE)