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Is There A Cure For Heterochromia Iridium
Generally no.: If you are born with heterochromia iridium you do not have a health problem. It is congenital and it is due to the iris of one eye having less melanin pigment than the other eye resulting in a lighter color to the iris of the eye with less pigment. If you acquire the heterochromia later in life, you could have an inflammatory glaucoma condition called heterochromic iridocyclitis. ...Read more
Curious: There is no medical danger or problem with it. It just means different coloring in the eyes. ...Read more
Generally little.: Generally heterochromia iridium should change very little with age. The only change that could occur is any change that occurs in any tissue as a result of aging. In the case of the iris, the tissue may lose some of its melanin pigment as it ages. This may result in a slight noticeable change in the intensity of the difference in color of the two eyes. ...Read more
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