of the eye can be complete or sectoral.
iridis in water buffaloes (Bubalus bubalis).
Median age Congenital Cocaine Number of at first onset test patients notice (months) (0-1 month result (follow-up) (range) of life) Total 35 (32) 3.0 (0-202) 11 Positive 12 (11) 1.25 (0-115) 6 Inconclusive 4 (4) 4.5 (3-181) 0 Negative 19 (17) 3.0 (0-202) 5 Median age Ptosis Possible Cocaine at presentation on ptosis Iris test (months) miotic on miotic heterochromia
result (range) side side Total 8.0 (1-214) 4 4 2 Positive 5.5 (1-133) 1 1 1 Inconclusive 8.0 (6-183) 2 1 0 Negative 10.0 (2-214) 1 2 1 Cocaine Harlequin test sign result Total 1 Positive 1 Inconclusive 0 Negative 0 Table 2: History and clinical findings of patients with positive and inconclusive cocaine test results.
Forty-seven eyes (27.4%) exhibited heterochromia
with varying degrees of iris depigmentation.
Benedict, pictured, recently announced he is due to become a father - the baby could well inherit his heterochromia
Eye examination: left eye ptosis degree I-II; exophtalmometria: normal; intraocular pressure: right = 15mmHg; left = 14 mmHg; iris heterochromia
; left eye: pinguecula.
During these troubled years Huestis researched the appearance of dozens of mutant characteristics from tremor to heterochromia
(mixed black and red eyes).
Artist Lindsay Seers is on the lookout for people in the UAE with heterochromia
iridum -- those with differently coloured irises, a condition often described as a beautiful mutation.
Horner's syndrome comprises ipsilateral partial ptosis, pupillary meiosis, apparent enophthalmos, facial anhidrosis, heterochromia
of the irides (if before age two or congenital), and transient decrease in intraocular pressure.
"Astrid has a rare and wonderful trait called sectoral heterochromia
, which means having more than one color per eye.
Latanaprost treatment of the heterochromia
in a patient with acquired horner syndrome.
These include focal hypopigmentation of the retina (12,) lens opacities, posterior subcapsular cataracts (13) decrease in visual acuity, Horner's syndrome, heterochromia
of the iris (14,) miosis and palpebral ptosis.