by Abria Blount
1. Heterochromia is a difference in coloration, usually of the iris but also of hair or skin.
2. Complete Heterochromia: each eye is distinctly different color, such as one blue eye and one brown.
3. Central Heterochromia: eyes show multiple colors, such as blue iris with brown ring around the pupil.
4. Sectoral Heterochromia: one iris has a splash of color that's unique from the overall hue.
Causes: By genetic mosaicism, chimerism, diseases or injury. (Waardenburg Syndrome)
Detection: may be detected primarily by its time on set as either genetic (congential, present or shortly after birth)
Treatment: secondary to an underlying cause such as immflammation