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a visual disorder defined by deficient or absent function in the retinal cones, resulting in colour blindness and in decreased vision in bright lights

achromatopsy, achromatopsia

color blindness. Also called acritochromacy.
See also: Color, Eyes


, achromatopsy[MIM*216900, 262300 & 603096]
n. acromatopsia, ceguera cromática.
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Not only have the instruments, techniques, and procedures used for scientific research become similar, even the theoretical framework that governs each scientific discipline--as well as the entire enterprise of science--suffers from a monochromasia that has abolished all other conceptual frameworks.