dyschromatopsia


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dyschromatopsia

color blindness.
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difficulty in telling colors apart; color blindness.
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Simultaneously, during last followup, we measured the advanced glycation end products (AGE) in the skin autofluorescence (SAF), using AGE Reader by Diagnoptics in order to assess the risk of diabetes mellitus development as a possible cause of the dyschromatopsia in fellow eyes without fundoscopic changes and with good visual acuity.
Impaired colour perception may result from brain damage in the vicinity of the putative V4 complex; (24) this is known as cerebral dyschromatopsia. In some cases, the impairment may be limited to a single hemifield, in which case it is termed 'hemidyschromatopia.' This is a selective deficit to colour vision; form and light sensitivity are unaffected.
Eight patients (6.6%) had improvement in VA with infrared and/or ultraviolet filter glasses (6 with albinism, 1 dyschromatopsia, 1 rod-cone dystrophy).
Patients usually present with an acute reduction of visual acuity, orbital pain exacerbated by eye movements, dyschromatopsia, and an afferent papillary defect, with or without swelling of the optic nerve head.
Some other symptoms that have been reported within the spectrum of AIWS are kinetopsia, auditory hallucinations and verbal illusions, hyperacusia/hypoacusia, dyschromatopsia, zoopsia, and complex visual hallucinations.
Emerging evidence suggests that occupational exposure to organic solvents may be associated with impairment of visual function in many respects, and in particular color vision, including losses of blue yellow color, and secondary red green color dyschromatopsia [185-187].
Eligibility criteria were: (1) Without family hereditary myopia, hyperopia, or dyschromatopsia and visual acuity of 5.0 or higher (bare or corrected); (2) normal external eye and fundus examination; (3) non had use hormones or any drugs with a potential vision effect within the last 6 months; (4) good health and normal body mass [+ or -] 10% were maintained during the investigation; (5) regular menstrual cycle (average length of cycle = 28.52 days, standard deviation = 1.65) without severe premenstrual or menstrual syndrome; (6) intraocular pressure <21 mmHg; (7) normal anterior segment examination by slit lamp and no retinopathy or glaucoma.