Heterochromia Iridis Index
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Heterochromia iridis is a rare condition that causes the two eyes to be different in color. There are many potential underlying causes of heterochromia iridis including genetic and acquired conditions. Heterochromia iridis is often recognized by a parent (in the case of an affected infant) or by the patient or a family member (acquired heterochromia iridis). Treatment includes addressing the underlying condition or wearing tinted contact lenses to make the eyes look more uniform. The majority of people with heterochromia iridis have an excellent prognosis.
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