Brothers are born with stunning DIFFERENT colored eyes: boys, 11 and four, each have a blue and a brown eye because of the rare condition
- Mehmet and Kerem Selman, from Bursa in Turkey, each have a light blue right eye and a dark brown left eye
- Brothers have a rare condition known as complete heterochromia, meaning that their irises have different shades
- When developed in childhood, condition is often a color defect caused by genes inherited from parents
Beautiful pictures attach two Turkish brothers born with two completely different colored eyes due to a rare condition.
Mehmet and Kerem Selman, 11 and four years old, each have a blue right eye and a brown left eye due to a condition known as heterochromia.
The brothers, from Bursa in Turkey, have & # 39; complete heterochromia & # 39; – meaning that their eyes are completely different in two colors – instead of central or partial heterochromia, which would make two colors together in one iris.
Suat Selman, the father of Mehmet and Kerem, told it Aksam he brought his eldest son to the doctor after noticing the difference in his eye color and was told that Mehmet might have difficulty with his vision & # 39; in the blue eye & # 39;
Very few people have the condition, which is much more common in animals, and more often than not it is the result of a genetic color defect inherited from parents.
If the condition develops later in life, it is probably due to eye trauma, glaucoma or certain cancers, including melanoma or neuroblastoma.
Mehmet (right) and Kerem (left) Selman, from Bursa in Turkey, stare into a camera with their blue and brown eyes, a unique feature caused by a condition known as heterochromia
Mehmet, 11, said that he finally began to love & # 39; of himself & # 39; after the birth of his brother Kerem, four, who has an identical form of the disorder
The brothers have & # 39; complete heterochromia & # 39; – where their eyes have two different colors – instead of central or partial heterochromia
Mehmet & # 39; s father Suat said he brought his eldest son to the doctor after he was born, but soon realized that the 11-year-old & # 39; a special child & # 39; used to be
Very few people around the world have the condition of Mehmet and Kerem, which is much more common in animals
Children like Kerem (photo), who develop heterochromia in childhood, more often than not develop the disorder due to hereditary genes
Kerem & # 39; s right eye is an extremely light, icy blue color, while his left is a very dark brown – identical to his brother's
If the condition develops later in life, it is much more likely that it is the result of eye trauma, glaucoma or certain cancers, including melanoma or neuroblastoma
Most cases of heterochromia occur sporadically, but it can be the result of a congenital syndrome such as Waardenburg syndrome and Sturge-Weber syndrome
The condition usually occurs in people without a family history of heterochromia, but can rarely result from a hereditary genetic syndrome
Mehmet & # 39; s father Suat was told that his son might have trouble with his vision & # 39; in the blue eye & # 39; when he visited a doctor after birth
Mehmet (right) and Kerem & # 39; s (left) parents, Suat and Esra, said they both felt they & # 39; happiness & # 39; had with such & # 39; special children & # 39;
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