What is central heterochromia?
Central Heterochromia is when a person has a different colour near the centre of their eyes than the rest of the iris. Typically, a person with Central Heterochromia may have a shade of gold around the border of their pupil in the centre of their iris, with the rest of their iris another colour.
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