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Are there treatments for acquired heterochromia?

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Dr. Louise Andrew
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Emergency Medicine 48 years experience
Depends on the cause: But more often than not, not reversibleHere is an informative article Acquired form is rather rare unless there is a specific injury or disease process such as glaucoma possibly from using bimatoprost in only one eye for glaucoma. In the latter instance it is not reversible.
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