Difference in color within the iris or between the two irises caused by melanin concentration and variations. In central heterochromia, the inner ring has a different color from the outer parts of the iris, while in partial heterochromia, one part of the iris is different from the rest of the iris. Complete heterochromia is the third category that presents with two different colors for both eyes.

Also Known As

  • Heterochromia Iridis