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  1. Brown pigments near the iris in the sclera in a hematogenic eye are considered normal.10
  2. Central heterochromia is always brown in color and represents digestive problems.10
  3. A brown pigment in the liver reaction field is considered topostabile.10
  4. Pigments in the iris usually appear only in the elderly.10
  5. Eye color may be changed by certain types of diseases.10
  6. Fluorescent orange pigmentation shows a tendency for gallbladder disorders.10
  7. Yellow pigmentation in the iris is caused by medical sulfur.10
  8. Pigments represent drugs in the body and are often called drug spots.10
  9. Most of the pigment that we see with the naked eye that gives the eye its color is located in the anterior endothelium.10
  10. Orange pigments are caused by a genetic potential imbalance in the pancreas or liver.10
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