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My husband has heterochromia iridis, will my son have it?

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Dr. Anatoly Belilovsky answered

Specializes in Pediatrics

Some heterochromia is due to a "birthmark" that happens to be over the eye; some is genetic, possibly dominant.

Answered Jul 10, 2012

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