Iris Chromafragmental Iight Refraction Disorder


Iris Chromafragmental Iight Refraction Disorder

Iris Chromafragmental Iight Refraction Disorder is an ultra-rare disorder in which the Melanin in the iris is highly unstable, causing light to bend in the melanin. This effect causes eyes to gradually shift in color, covering the entire spectrum of eye colors in some cases. Cases have been documented patients going from completely black in color to a complete loss of melanin causing a colorless or white iris, while covering every color in between.


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