​​What is Polycoria and what causes it?

Polycoria is an eye condition that affects the pupils. Policoria can affect just one eye or both eyes. It’s often present in childhood but may not be diagnosed until later in life. There are two types of Polycoria.
The general cause of Polycoria is unknown, but there are some other eye conditions that are in association with Polycoria. These include (although not often) polar cataracts, glaucoma, abnormally long eyelashes, abnormal eye development, and poor vision. There have been cases diagnosed from age 3 to adulthood.

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