iris freckles

i·ris freck·les

small, pigmented clusters of uveal melanocytes on the surface of the iris.
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Researchers found that the presence of iris freckles was associated with increased age, a higher number of sunburns and a history of severe sunburns resulting in blisters.
While iris freckles are not malignant, they can indicate an individual's risk for sunlight-triggered eye diseases such as cataract and age-related macular degeneration.
Examples of minor malformations include the absence of a hair whorl, extra nipples, frontal bossing, iris freckles, tapered fingers, and a cleft uvula.