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 (do͞o′tər-ə-nō′pē-ə, dyo͞o′-)
A form of colorblindness characterized by insensitivity to green.

[deuter(o)- + Greek anōpiā, blindness (an-, not; see a-1 + -ōpiā, -opia), so called because green is considered the second of the primary colors.]

deu′ter·a·nope′ (-nōp′) n.
deu′ter·a·nop′ic (-nŏp′ĭk, -nō′pĭk) adj.
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(Medicine) ophthalmol a form of colour blindness in which there is a tendency to confuse blues and greens, and greens and reds, and in which sensitivity to green is reduced
[C20: New Latin, from deutero- (referring to the theory in which green is the second primary colour) + an- + Greek -ops eye]
deuteranopic adj
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(ˌdu tər əˈnoʊ pi ə, ˌdyu-)

a defect of vision in which the retina fails to respond to the color green.
[1900–05; < German Deuteranope + -ia]
deu`ter•an•op′ic (-ˈnɒp ɪk) adj.
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a defect of the eyesight in which the retina does not respond to green. — deuteranope, n. — deuteranopic, adj.
See also: Color, Eyes
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Noun1.deuteranopia - dichromacy characterized by a lowered sensitivity to green light resulting in an inability to distinguish green and purplish-red
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, deuteranopsia
n. deuteranopía, ceguera al color verde.
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De acordo com o tipo de cone afetado ou ausente, existem tres tipos de discromopsia: (1) na protanopia, os individuos tem menor sensibilidade aos comprimentos de onda longos, que causam a sensacao de vermelho; (2) na deuteranopia, a sensibilidade e menor aos comprimentos de ondas medianas, responsaveis pelo verde; e (3) na tritanopia, a deficiencia nao permite a identificacao das cores relacionadas a comprimentos de ondas mais curtos (azul) (Fraser & Banks, 2007).
Regardless of the type of colour blindness that a patient presents with (protanopia, deuteranopia, tritanopia), it is important to remember that no tinted contact lens will restore colour vision to levels that are perceived by the normal population.
Incidence of Protanopia and Deuteranopia, Defects of Colour Vision in Quetta, Pakistan.
Among people with visual impairments, 40% had hyperopia and 30% had macular degeneration and 20% had color vision deficiencies, of which protanopia and deuteranopia each were 50% (Figures 10, 11, and 12).
(1997, 3[degrees] and 183[degrees] for pseudoachromatic red and green in protanopia; 349[degrees] and 169[degrees] for pseudoachromatic red and green in deuteranopia).
Protanopia and deuteranopia result when long wavelength (L) photopigments (red) and middle wavelength (M) photopigments (green) are missing, respectively.
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The test is used to detect protanopia and deuteranopia color deficiencies.
3.2% presento discromatopsia, 2 Deuteranopia, 1 Deuteranomalia y 1 Protanomalia.
Both monitors can simulate two types of red-green color vision deficiency -protanopia and deuteranopia. This allows designers to check how their colors schemes appear to people with color blindness and ensure they meet "Color Universal Design" principles.
The two forms are protanopia and deuteranopia, lacking the long-wavelength ("red") receptor or the middle-wavelength ("green") receptor; respectively.
This deficiency, known as deuteranopia, has a different genetic profile from protanopia, which scientists had blamed for Dalton's problem.