Heterochromia Iridis was discovered in 1947 by Petrus Johannes Waardenburg, as a symptom prevelant in Waardenburg Syndrome. He studied ophthalmology, which studies the eye and iris, especially diseases and injury. It is uncommon to have this, both in past and present times. Although it is common for these dog breeds to have this disease: Huskies, Australian shepherds, Great Danes, Catahoula Leopard dogs, and Dalmatians. It\'s also common for Turkish angora, Japanese bobtail and Turkish van cats...
Medicine, Eye color, Biology, Genodermatoses, Special education, Transcription factors, Heterochromia iridum, Waardenburg syndrome, Rare diseases, Iris, Turkish Van, PAX3