- Why Playboy's Cover Model Has Extraordinary Eyes
- It's sometimes claimed that David Bowie had heterochromia, but he actually had 'anisocoria' – one pupil was permanently dilated – which created an optical illusion of different colored eyes.
- An Airbag Deploys, Leaving Vision Blurry and Distorted
- There was anisocoria with a minimally reactive 7-mm pupil in the right eye and a normally reactive 3-mm pupil in the left eye, without a relative afferent pupillary defect.
- A 38-Year-Old Woman With Anisocoria
- The anisocoria was greater in the dark, and both pupils were briskly reactive to light. Slit lamp examination of the anterior segment was normal for both eyes. Funduscopic examination also was normal for both eyes.
- Infant presents with tearing, discharge from both eyes
- This photograph in photopic conditions shows ptosis of the right upper lid with anisocoria. Although difficult to see, the right pupil is approximately 1 mm in diameter and the left is approximately 2.5 mm.
- Mila Kunis Heterochromia: The Story Behind Her Different Colored Eyes
- Based on stories, Bowie got his anisocoria in 1962 after coming to blows with a friend over a girl they both wanted to date. Aside from Kunis and Bowie, other celebrities like Kate Bosworth, Jane Seymour, and Henry Cavill also have heterochromia iridus.
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