#206—COLORS in the IRIS
This chart is part of a series describing the various phenotypic colors as they develop in the irises and scleras. These colors illustrate various qualities of tendency to, and developed, pathology. In the case of this chart, we’re looking at the irises.
The colors in this first chart are vibrant and as close as we can make them to what is actually seen in the irises as spots, patches, swaths, and whole areas of pigment color. Each color wedge and petal includes a description of its meaning in the iris.
Of course, many of these pigments may be difficult or even impossible to see in some darker Brown irises—altho slitlamp viewing and Photoshop enhancement may enable their visualization. What is being shown when you see pale yellow in the upper quadrants of Blue genotype irises? A red spot?
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