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(Gizmodo)   The freakiest normal eyeball you'll never unsee   ( gizmodo.com) divider line
    More: Creepy, Eye, iris collarettes, Iris, iris collarette, dilator muscle overlap, outer ciliary portion, New England Journal, inner pupillary portion  
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2017-03-16 11:22:05 PM  
Least click-bait-ey headline ever
 
2017-03-17 12:43:26 AM  
That's pretty unfreaky, like discovering what the tastebuds on the back of your tongue look like

/optometrist so I see lots of iris collarettes
 
2017-03-17 01:09:38 AM  
This really isn't all that strange.  I had at least two more interesting cases today (a pilot who can't close his right eye following surgery for a brain tumor five weeks ago, a damaged iris from childhood injury).

Heck, in the last two weeks I've seen a central retinal artery occlusion, a branch retinal vein occlusion, damage to a cornea from a hot spark (in a guy who had an artificial eye on the other side), glass "dust" in the eye, an optic pit, and a guy that apparently scrubbed his upper and lower lids with a hot washcloth for over a week to the point where his upper lid looked like one hot scab in an effort to get rid of a stye.

/small town optometrist
//This is not a normal two weeks.
 
2017-03-17 01:10:19 AM  
So this is like The Great Wall Of China only not that great, not that Chinese?
 
2017-03-17 01:11:58 AM  
"Scientists aren't entirely sure what causes this feature, but genetics could be involved."

I think I'm going to amuse myself by using this as a catchphrase for the next few days.

... Scientists don't know what caused the vehicle's brakes to fail, but genetics could be involved.
 
2017-03-17 03:08:23 AM  
Flight of the navigator - Eye Yai Yai Yai
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2017-03-17 04:16:26 AM  
The freakiest eye I've ever seen belonged to a gorgeous brunette with big brown eyes - and a bright green spot on one of her irises.
 
2017-03-17 04:53:41 AM  
It's a sign of the times that the remnants of a gadget blog that Gizmodo used to be, is currently a rather neglected little sub-tab of Lifehacker.
 
2017-03-17 06:23:53 AM  
I call that 'westworld' eye.
 
2017-03-17 06:46:41 AM  
jayisgames.com
 
2017-03-17 07:53:18 AM  
That is about as weird as a schoolmate of mine who had several rectangular chunks if his iris missing .
 
2017-03-17 07:56:13 AM  
One time I had a crazy allergic reaction and the sclera in one of my eyes got very swollen. It was so freaky to see it puffed out beyond the iris. Didn't hurt tho.
 
2017-03-17 08:47:31 AM  
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2017-03-17 09:11:47 AM  
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2017-03-17 10:55:42 AM  
vagEYEna
 
2017-03-17 01:03:44 PM  
how is this a "benign, nothing to worry about" condition, when the gal only went to the doctor in the first place because here eyes were itching and watering?  That doesn't sound exactly pleasant.
 
2017-03-17 01:17:28 PM  
DO NOT READ THE COMMENTS.

Here there be eyeworms.
 
2017-03-17 07:27:26 PM  
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2017-03-18 12:26:15 AM  
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Lay off the Sutter Cane books and everything will be fine.  Geez.
 
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