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Published on June 24th, 2016 | by What's What Team

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When the colour of one eye is different from the other

Heterochromia iridium is a condition in which a person has two differently coloured eyes. This usually occurs due to excess or lack of the pigment melanin in the iris. Heterochromia can be genetic or caused from injury. It is primarily of three kinds depending upon the area of the eye affected.

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