Doctor insights on:
How Does A Person Have Two Different Colored Eyes
Eye color: This may be congenital resulting from either horners syndrome or it could be a specific eye problem causing loss of pigment or atrophy of the iris of one eye. If it is aquired then it can be due to iris damage either from inflammation, trauma or surgery. The condition is called heterochromia. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Very low chance: While there are no statistics, the chance of a person's two eyes being different colors (heterochromia) is extremely low. More commonly, some people are born with a segment of one iris being a different color from the rest. Also, certain diseases can either increase the brown color (nevus, melanoma) while others can lighten the eye (certain inflammations and glaucomas). ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Very rare: In humans it is considered a rare occurrence. It is estimated at 0.006% odds. Or roughly 6 in 1000 people. That makes it roughly around 250, 000 people in usa. ...Read more
Heterochromia iridium (two different colored eyes) question - what are the most common combinations?
- Talk to a doctor live online for free
- Is it possible to have two different colored eyes?
- How many coronary arteries does a person have?
- Is it possible for someone to have two different colored eyes naturally?
- Ask a doctor a question free online
- How many lymph nodes does a person have?
- How long does a person with stage 4 melanoma have to live?
- What are the odds of two different colored eyes?
- How deep does a cut have to be to get tetanus?
- Talk to a ophthalmologist online for free